Religion




When people start implying that because they take no offence, nobody else should be, either. That’s when their arguments lose all relevance. You see, some people haven’t really learned that everyone is entitled to their feelings, whether those feelings are “rational” and “logical” or not, and that one person’s feelings don’t […]

Simple Offence


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I have heard it said that what makes a conservative superior to liberals is their religious faith—as if morality is impossible without religion and everything is indeed permitted, as the cliché has it. I wonder whether religious conservatives can spot the atheists among them by their deeds or, for that […]

Conservative Libertarian Atheist



I love movies.  Its no surprise that I just spent a large portion of my last week of vacation watching them.  i watched a movie a day for 9 days and on one day I watched 2.  i simply love the feeling of getting lost in a fantasy world.  I, like most other […]

Movie Sequels that WILL Get Made…Maybe


The summer of June, 1993 was a wonderful time for me. Having finished high school the year before this was the first real summer spent knowing I did not have to go back to school if I didn’t want to. I worked almost my entire high school career so working […]

June 9th 1993


Hasenpfeffer
Hasenpfeffer is German for “hare-pepper,” or peppered hare, and is a famous game dish in Germany. Serve it with spätzle dumplings or with boiled or mashed potatoes and blaukraut (braised red cabbage). It always makes me think of easter. It’s been a while since I posted anything regarding my beliefs.  […]

Hasenpfeffer or Bust




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    It’s that time of year again. It’s the Most Ignorant Time of the year. That time of year when the Christians complain about the secular war on “their” holiday.  My kids and I have to endure the dirty looks, snide comments and general inconsiderate natures of most Christians who make […]

It’s the Most Ignorant Time of the year



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The Druids were the “wise men” of the pagan Celtic society.  Little is known of them with certainty; however it is thought that they played the roles of priests in the Celtic religion. Most folks know that the holiday we call Halloween is derived from the Celtic festival of Samhain.  […]

Something Druid This Way Comes…


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It really pains me to admit this.  I seem to have fallen into that social group that has to check their social networking websites daily.  A very interesting phenomenon has caught my attention.  People whom you know or knew in the past,  initially accept your “friend” requests and then once they […]

Facebook as a Real Social Metaphore