No, you’re stupid – Godless Teen

May 29, 2013 in General, Other Blogs

My… “Friends” over at Atheism Resource posted this picture recently: Read More

Arrogance in the atheist community – by Godless Teen

May 16, 2013 in Uncategorized

So, I hear that we’re having a reunion. :D glad to see that She-Devil’s back. Personally, I’ve been on my own (less depressing) hiatus that has consisted mostly of studying, more studying, AP exams, going back to studying, and the like. Anyhow, this is something that has been bothering me for a very long time about our community. Read More

Nationalism in Scotland, and why you should care

May 16, 2013 in International, Law

For those of you who follow the news, you might have heard that Scotland is having an independence referendum in September 2014. Campaigning is starting to gear up, with various groups arguing for and against independence. Now, I’m a unionist, so I believe in the Union as the best recourse for Scotland’s economy, people, international standing and the UK as a whole. The UK has been diminished as a power in recent years, such is the way of things in politics, it would serve neither party to have an independent Scotland. Read More

I’m Back From the Dead!

May 15, 2013 in General

Well, surviving through hell, really. Read More

More Religions in Space

May 4, 2013 in Fun

Courtesy of Mel Brooks. Read More

Take us to the Patriarch…

May 2, 2013 in Fun

A slightly surreal news story from Russia, after it has emerged that, on the recent Soyuz mission (TMA 20) and one before (TMA 16,) carried sacred Icons (blessed by the Moscow Patriarch no less) into space, of Our Lady of Kazan, and Our Lady of the Sign. Now, this does pose the (tongue in cheek) question that, if these Icons are being sent into space, then shouldn’t religions other than Russian Orthodox proselytise up there as well? I mean, Mormons on Mars, Jains on Jupiter, Muslims on Mercury, there’s a market up there! Also, Hollywood could take advantage of this, and have the next set of alien invaders sing an Ave Maria before turning us into sludge. Read More

Legislative Day, and some Unexpected Information about our Government – by Katniss Skepticteen

April 9, 2013 in Law, Politics

It was not too long ago when I received the slip of paper in the middle of class. Curiously, I opened it, and was immediately captivated by the first sentence. It read something along the lines of, “On Wednesday, April 3rd, you will have the opportunity to shadow a legislator at the state capitol building for the district’s Legislative Day.” This was a chance to finally escape the world of textbooks and observe it all for myself, to learn all the information I had been hungry for over the years! I quickly submitted my application form, and the required essay about a legal matter of my choice (in which I discussed discrimination in the workplace). Several days later, I was informed that I had been accepted, and I could not wait for the calendar to declare that it was finally April 3rd. I was ecstatic! I had always been intrigued by the presented issues, the debates, the environment, and the overall legislative procedures. I had no idea that I would learn of something far more relevant to me in this stage of my life. Read More

So, apparently, the law doesn’t matter – by Godless Teen

April 7, 2013 in General, Rebuttal

As many of you know by now, I’ve been dealing with some legal issues relating to the group “Overeaters Anonymous” recently. One of the replies I got to it came from Chris, a theist who I’ve been dealing with on this blog for quite some time now. He sent an email to me titled “Pick your battles”, and I replied to him. Here’s his response, and my breakdown of it: Read More

Update 3/24 – by Godless Teen

March 24, 2013 in General, School

In a sense, a lot has changed since last Tuesday, and yet, nothing’s changed at all. So here’s the newest update on the situation with Overeaters Anonymous. Read More

If at first you don’t succeed… – by Godless Teen

March 19, 2013 in General, Law, School

Many of you may remember some of the problems I had with teachers earlier in the school year. Well, I’m back with another set of stories to share with you, and this time, it’s not about teachers denying scientific fact: it’s about schools proselytizing directly towards students. Read More

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