Monthly Archives: July 2012

Not helping

There is not alot to say about this. It is flat out wrong, and stupid to boot. I mention it only for two reasons. First, because it deserves unequivocal condemnation and because friendly fire is the most important (and effective) … Continue reading

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The Divergent Effects of Heaven and Hell

One of the earliest lessons that I learned about religion that didn’t come from religion was that you can’t trust a priest. This is not to say that there are no priests who deserve trust; I mean it rather in … Continue reading

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