Jessica Ahlquist has been nominated for a shorty award. It takes popular support on twitter to win these things. I hear she’s pretty popular. Fly my bees. Via Randomfactor and Taylor Grenga.
Cuttlefish poet I’m at the edge of the sea Come up and face me Hark! I challenge you To epic haiku battle For internet pride I’m a haiku beast A leviathon to your Rhyming briney shrimp Opposable thumbs Good for grasping victory From cuddly molluscs You’re tiny and cute Believers flee when I’m near I’m [...]
How did I not hear about this? Kansas House Speaker Mike O’Neal is under fire after asking Republican House members to pray for President Barack Obama’s death. O’Neal made the request via an email he forwarded to GOP colleagues in the House. In an email sent in December, O’Neal asked his fellow Republicans to pray [...]
Ok, I need you to brace yourself. Take a seat, maybe take a few very deep breaths. A new study has been released that makes a very shocking assertion.
I travel a lot. There are some behaviors I encounter regularly in my travels that make me want to accidentally on purpose spill my drink on people. It seems to me that a hint of self awareness is all it would take to identify these behaviors as no-no’s. Perhaps people just don’t care to be [...]
There’s a lot of reasons to be a little wary of MMOs. They’re huge time sinks, addictive (as are most things that are tons of fun). None of those seem to bother Tony Perkins, head of the Family Research Council, but he’s got another reason for why you should eschew Bioware’s recent foray into the [...]
So I recently got a copy of this book:
The Q&A with Jessica Ahlquist, Duncan Henderson, and myself from Alabama was turned into a podcast for King Heathen. You can listen to it here. Video below the fold.
There’s a creationism bill in Indiana that managed to crawl its way out of the ooze. There’s a poll running asking whether or not Indiana should be ok with creationism being taught. Let’s help them out. Should Indiana public schools include creationism as part of their curriculum? Yes 38% No 54% Don’t know 9%