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Alain de Botton: Atheism 2.0

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I will be looking into whether there is more information on this friggin’ awesome idea. “Culture should replace scripture! Amen! Amen! Amen!”  

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Tangled

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I just saw Tangled for the first time and while I absolutely found it to be sweet and enjoyable, I also found myself thinking that now would be a good time to tell people about the original story since Disney traditionally deviates substantially from the original tales and, sticklers for tradition that they are, Tangled was no exception. So, I’m working out a rough script to make tomorrow’s Teaching Tuesday video and I don’t want to give everything away in print here, but, I will tell you, as a teaser, that Rapunzel was named for a breed of radish.

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Some Atheist Calligraphy

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Some Atheist Calligraphy

Hey, Chris, I’m trying to increase my productivity and this is one of the calligraphy pieces I made recently. As you know, I believe that the bulk of available calligraphy is either an Irish proverb or a quote from the Bible and I have a problem with that. I’m trying to do my part in the name of variety, so I put this up in my etsy store.

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Milk Crates

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Milk Crates

Milk Crates, Chris, take their name from the Ionian philosopher, Milcrates, who lived in the fourth century BCE. Milcrates’ radical ideas on modular government and behavioral modification became the foundation for Sparta as well as being integral to the forming of the Rump Parliament Funkadelic.

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