Last week, as occasionally happens, a package mysteriously appeared in my mailbox at work. These packages contain books that my coworkers have requested or that publishers send to our company for review prior to their release. (They always seem to come to me by mistake.) I tore this one open and found myself holding The Magic of Reality: How We Know What's Really True by Richard Dawkins. This, his most recent book (released yesterday, as a matter of fact), is a book about evolution written for children aged ten to twelve and up. I had heard about this book for months and I couldn’t help but be excited.
When discussing the absurdity of organized religion, it's important to recognize that while the tenets themselves may be silly, the mechanisms utilized to instill brand loyalty are so skillfully designed that Madison Avenue can only look on in jealousy.
International Blasphemy Rights Day was September 30th, but there is still time to celebrate and promote the right to dissent! Check out what others have been doing and saying about IBRD.
Well, I just got home from a long day of school and can't think of a better thing to do than listen to some good music. I can't think of a better artist right now than one that I was recently introduced to by none other than the one and only Debbie Goddard! Did you know that Debbie knows how to play guitar? Well she does and I heard today's Music Monday song, "Jerusalem" by Dan Bern, played by Debbie a few weeks back. She later sent me a list of Dan's songs that will certainly be featured again.
I was given a link to this wonderful website by a coworker who hates the idea that some people don't think it's okay to wear jeans to work. I initially thought this was some study relating productivity to jeans vs. khakis or something. It is actually far godlier…