Archive for September, 2009

A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand

Monday, September 14th, 2009

I grabbed this slideshow from Atheist Revolution. It’s the Teabaggers 9/12 rally Hall of Shame. You’ll want to watch it in full screen mode, so you can read all the signs. This is what right-wing hate media is fomenting in America.

Fundies Gone Wild

Friday, September 11th, 2009

You should take a moment today and remember why September 11 happened. Religious fundamentalism can be very dangerous. Most religious violence today is committed by Islamic fundamentalists. Their death toll these days is much greater than the Christian fundamentalists’, so it’s easy to think that the Muslim extremists are more dangerous. They are not. They’re […]

9 Out of 10 Fundies are Dumber than Average

Friday, September 11th, 2009

Sarah left an amusing comment on my last post, so I went in search of the original quote. It comes from the Abstinence Clearing House, a fundie pressure group and miseducation organization that tries to convince schools and lawmakers that abstinence-only sex education doesn’t cause more pregnancies and STDs than traditional sex education. They have […]

Pathetic Encore

Thursday, September 10th, 2009

[Note: This site is still having problems, but I’m tired of dealing with it. I’ll try to fix it over the next several days. I need a break. An entertainment break. What could be more fun and reinvigorating than fisking a fundie? Nothing! Let’s go!] You might remember back in May when some numbnuts calling […]

Fixing Things

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

My hallway You might be wondering what happened to this website last week. It, along with the rest of my life, was broken. The web site, at least, now seems to be fixed. As I mentioned previously, I’m now living in a hotel while reconstruction is happening at home. Tuesday morning of last week, I […]

Poe’s Law

Saturday, September 5th, 2009

Serious fundie watchers are familiar with Poe’s Law. But like any concept that is mostly internet based, you may encounter it many times before finally finding out what it is. Leareth alluded to this in a recent comment. Urban Dictionary probably gives the best definition: Similar to Murphy’s Law, Poe’s Law concerns internet debates, particularly […]