“Where are these marvels? ONE.” “GIVE me ONE astonishing marvel produced by Africans, Somalians, Ethiopians, Kenyans..whatever (IQ is about the same on AVERAGE). Is that difficult to answer? I guess so. Because if it was not….you would had already providing a list of marvels!!” —
As I saw this statue of an elephant sitting in the meditating posture of the Buddha, for sale in a Pier One store, I thought: When are we going to see Pier One sell a giraffe nailed to a crucifix? Why don’t we see that
Two weeks ago, I “upgraded” from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10, drawn by the promise of… a) talking to a computer like Jean-Luc Picard, and b) relief from the slow, pointless Start screen. For two weeks, I tried to make Windows 10 work. I enjoyed
A photo of a sign taken in Boston. What is it? Do you know?
This morning, J. Clare Peteet posts the following in a comment to Irregular Times: J Clifford, science admits it cannot tell us what caused the Big Bang…. The famous astrophysical scientist, Stephen Hawking, says, “Anyone who chooses to believe in a Universal Creator is standing
Over at the website Evogenesis.com, old earth creationist John Thomas poses some questions for “evolutionists.” Although I’m not an “evolutionist” in the sense of an unquestioning slavishly faithful adherent, I do think that evolutionary biology has managed to explain a whole lot more than any
In What Way Does A Killer Cyborg From Outer Space Fit With A Game That Introduces Children To Gambling?
Can you explain how killer cyborgs from outer space fit with a gambling gateway game for children?
You breed dogs to sell in Ontario; you drive like a freak in Cato. Your chattel incessantly hump legs; I watched you incessantly hump bumpers. You make those who purchase your dogs promise not to spay or neuter right away; your need for speed right now endangers lives on
Jeb Bush said it July 8 in an interview with the New Hampshire Union Leader: New Hampshire Union Leader: Anything specific? Jeb Bush: “We’re working on a strategy to, that’s kind of under, let’s say, my aspiration for the country, and I believe we can
From what I’ve seen of this special journal issue on the anthropology of atheists, I’m not seeing the ground for building any single agenda for ethnographically studying atheist cultures.
Yesterday, Jill Stein announced that, in fact, she is not merely exploring the possibility of running for the Green Party presidential nomination in 2016, but is an officially active candidate. One of her first acts as a fully-armed and operational Green Party candidate was to