Do you support the OUT Campaign
? Have you ever purchased one of those spiffy scarlet 'A' t-shirts
I'm currently putting together a brochure for the OUT Campaign and I'm looking for pictures of atheists sporting their 'A' t-shirts to include. If you've got any of yourself or your friends, please send them my way, and you… Continue
Added by Sage on July 17, 2008 at 3:30pm —
Well, apparently when PZ Myers came to Atheist Nexus so did several hundred of us minions. I'm not quite sure how I feel about being a minion, I mean, what should I expect AS a minion? Are there benefits? Free sex? Virtual settings like these are always fun the first day or so, but what about next week, or the week after?
Last thing of this sort I joined was Verve Earth, which was cool, you get to see where other bloggers are around the world much llike a google earth format, but you have… Continue
Added by DaVinci on July 17, 2008 at 3:15pm —
I suppose I'll put a little more about myself here in case anyone is interested. I've pretty much summed up why I'm here in my "About Me" section, but that doesn't really capture me and what I'm about. I'm not so much a fan of defining my self by what I'm not; I'd rather define myself by what I am.
I was born and raised in a small town in south Alabama called Opp, a city best known for it's annual rattlesnake rodeo. That is exactly what it sounds like. A bunch of rednecks playing… Continue
Added by Jeremy on July 17, 2008 at 2:00pm —
They're here and they're flooding the Nexus! :P
Jeebus! 300 members in like what? 4 hours?
I mean, look at this, they've got the newest group
and it's already heavily populated.
Added by Db0 on July 17, 2008 at 12:30pm —
This morning, as I was walking home, at the far end of the street the most amazing cloud of smog I've ever seen caught my attention. It didn't rise and dissolve itself in the atmosphere but instead seemed to be revolving madly upon itself, as if it were inside an invisible giant blender. Curiosity piqued, I kept walking towards it, thoughts absorbed in examining the details of this bizarre atmospheric phenomenon.
The cloud was just a few feet above the ground but it was far too small… Continue
Added by Rosa on July 17, 2008 at 12:00pm —
A few days ago I received an eVite for a "Passion Party," the latest in a seemingly endless number of home-based businesses encouraging suburban women to push crap on their friends, relatives and co-workers. Despite the genteel name, this one sells sex toys and similarly louche items in the context of "gals getting together for a night of sex talk and shopping." I can't remember the last time one of my friends dropped me a line to say, "Want to get together for drinks sometime?" I can, however,… Continue
Added by Alana Smithee on July 17, 2008 at 11:49am —
Tomorrow I head out to get a new tattoo. I'm nervous as I haven't gotten a new one in over 7 years and the last one I did get was on my lip. This time, it goes on the back of my hand. I plan to get my gang affiliation tatted on my hands. I know, doesn't sound smart but I'm getting older so I'm not worried about being jumped or anything like that. For me, tats have to tell a story and to get my old affiliations on my hands means that I've done evil with my hands. Obviously the story isn't… Continue
Added by CultCinemaCritic on July 17, 2008 at 11:48am —
Last night I wrote a satirical blog entry that got a couple comments on it... seemingly positive, but then one commenter asked me if my post was supposed to be funny. I wrote that no one is supposed to take the post seriously. But now, it seems that my blog entry has been deleted for me. And I haven't been notified about it or warned. If I wrote something inappropriate, I'd really like to know. Has anyone been experiencing deleted blog entries? If this has been done on purpose, then I will be… Continue
Added by bbk on July 17, 2008 at 11:32am —
Bocce's an Italian yard game with a history going all the way back to the Roman Empire. Bocce has survived the ages because it's fun, simple, and doesn't contain copious amounts of lead like sapa*.
I put together semi-regular bocce games. If any of y'all want to join us this Sunday evening, then here's what ya need...
Date: Sunday, 20 July 2008
Time: 1900 -2100
Location: The bocce court next to Vickery's in the Glenwood Park development (933 Garrett Str. SE, Atlanta,… Continue
Added by Jasen on July 17, 2008 at 10:59am —
I think I'm gonna use this as my religious rant blog. I've been using http://apostasist.livejournal.com, but I think I'll find greater readership here, so I'm closing that one down. I'll try to import my old entries somehow (even if one at a time).
Added by Jim Craft on July 17, 2008 at 10:33am —
I'm really, really bad at keeping blogs. I've moved from blogspot, myspace, back to blogspot and finally now to Wordpress.
I won't be actively blogging here*** but I will make a post whenever I update my Wordpress page.
*** it appears I will be actively blogging here. Told ya' I'm terrible at keeping these things straight. I'll be using my wordpress page for the podcast I'm developing so I'll post updates on that here… Continue
Added by Hessenroots on July 17, 2008 at 10:00am —
The Wizard of ID
In an article by Scientific American, found here, titled, Bisexual Species: Unorthodox Sex in the Animal Kingdom Homosexual behavior is common in nature, and it plays an important role in survival, we find the story of two penguins named Roy and Silo.
The Discovery Institute, (DI) wrote this article in answer to the above.
They boil it down to the essential propositions;
Proposition #1: Birds do it
Proposition #2: Bees do it
Proposition #3:… Continue
Added by DaVinci on July 17, 2008 at 9:57am —
Please help digg up the story
and if you have a few moments to spare, vote up the atheist blogs in the "Best Religion Blog" Category.
Added by Db0 on July 17, 2008 at 3:15am —
So after discussions with Brother Richard and general mucking around, we've finally setup the official support channel for the Atheist Nexus
. This is going to be dealt over at Get Satisfaction(GSFN) and we're already working on making it more integrated into the site.
You might have noticed the new "Member-Powered Support" widget on the left. I won't… Continue
Added by Db0 on July 16, 2008 at 6:35pm —
I'm preparing to kick back and watch the upcoming horror comedy, BRUTAL MASSACRE. I'm keeping my fingers crossed on this one though the first few minutes were pretty damn clever so I may be in luck.
Added by CultCinemaCritic on July 16, 2008 at 1:04pm —
Hooray, a place for me to say... anything I damn well please! I guess the first order of business is to share a bit more about myself than I did in the 'About Me' box :)
I was born in Louisiana, raised in Georgia, and now live in Alabama. I was brought up in a pervasively Christian atmosphere. My uncle was a pastor here in Huntsville, and I think my parents wanted to show the rest of the family what 'good Christians' they were, since they'd been the black sheep for eloping. Anyway, I was… Continue
Added by Emily on July 16, 2008 at 12:36pm —
Are there categories for blogs? If so where are they? If not then how can people search for specific blogs? After they accumulate which mine are inclined to do, except for the first the rest will get lost into obscurity.
There is a lot I don't know about this format. I'm not even sure of the search functions, or where they all are.
And what exactly is a tag? What is it's purpose, and how do you make one?
Added by Tim Rambo on July 16, 2008 at 9:00am —
Much has been blogged since last week's Cracker-Gate, involving PZ Myers and, and then Bill Donohue of the Catholic League (I believe he has a specially evolved organ that detects even the slightest insult to Catholicism; this organ will also explode and kill him if he doesn't spend every last bit of strength he has making the insulter pay through the most extreme means possible). There has been support, and there has been anger. Some of the anger isn't even coming from the Catholics; it's… Continue
Added by IsThatLatin on July 16, 2008 at 8:19am —
Added by Laurie Hatton on July 15, 2008 at 11:00pm —
Show off your faith and listen to MP3 files with this 2 GB USB “Cross Style” MP3 player.
You don’t have to be religious to appreciate this stylish Cross Style MP3 player. It features 2 GB of memory and a USB interface for quick and easy data transfers, plus it looks cool too!
Added by Jack Carlson on July 15, 2008 at 11:48am —