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One of life’s little joys as an atheist is free admission day at the science museum, so of course I was there with a few other friends.
I couldn’t help but notice your T-shirt:
I believe in the Big Bang. God spoke, and BANG, it happened!
I know you’re hoping to witness to people like me.
You would think professors would go out of their way to help out students in their classes. Every now and then, though, you hear about some who pull a Kim Davis. They’ll find a religious excuse to avoid doing something ridiculously simple even when it would make another person’s life so much better.
William Sears, a student with a hearing disability at Memorial University (Newfoundland), has a simple request. He needs his teachers to wear a sound-transmitting device so he can hear them more clearly.
But one professor, Dr. Ranee Panjabi, refuses to do it because it violates her religious beliefs:
A few years ago, Sam Harris posted an essay in which he said Muslims — or anyone who looks like a Muslim, whatever that means — ought to be specially screened at the airport. We shouldn’t waste our time, he said, on old ladies or kids or people who are obviously not seeking martyrdom. Random searches made no sense to him when that meant wasting valuable time on people who were never going to be a problem.