Archive for August, 2008

Atheism: The Religion of Fools

Saturday, August 9th, 2008

(Cartoon from Swenson Funnies) The episode of The Coral Ridge Hour that I watched today is called “Atheism: The Religion of Fools”. Cool! D. James Kennedy is going to tell me that not only am I a fool, but I have a religion too! Oh, DJK, you are so wise! This sermon is a rerun […]

Underwear and Fundies

Friday, August 8th, 2008

(Image from Oliebollen) I was reading old articles at The Lay Scientist and came across this article: “How an Underwear Malfunction Helped me Understand Christian Fundamentalists”. It’s an insightful article. I think he’s figured them out. Here’s an excerpt: I wouldn’t be pissed off because he was breaking the rules, I would be pissed off […]

Jeffrey Medkeff

Thursday, August 7th, 2008

Jeffrey Medkeff, the Blue Collar Scientist, died a few days ago. I never met him, but I feel that I’ve lost a friend. Jeff was a regular reader of BoF. You may have seen some of the comments he left here on various articles earlier this year. I apparently gave him a lot of article […]

Comment of the Day, #5

Wednesday, August 6th, 2008

(Image from Happy Jihad) Today’s comment doesn’t even come from here. I don’t know why you people waste your time reading my crappy blog, when you could be reading Happy Jihad’s House of Pancakes. Nobody handles fundies better than Bing McGhandi. Look how he swiftly dispatches yet another stupefyingly moronic article by Ray Comfort: And […]

I Think; Therefore, I am Not a Republican

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008

Those 59 million people are going to vote again this year! By studying the North American fundie, we can gain insight into John McCain’s Paris Hilton ad and why Obama will lose the election. ParrotLover and Sue Blue bring up a good point in the comments to “Barack Obama is the Anti-Christ!”. To parrot Parrot: […]

The 92nd Skeptics’ Circle

Saturday, August 2nd, 2008

(Image found at Evolved and Rational) The latest Skeptics’ Circle is now up at The Lay Scientist. Among the articles there, you’ll see one by The Skeptic Dad. Dad rips apart a flawed study that purports to show that we are all born believing in God.