Rich Goss's Blog – June 2009 Archive (2)

Republicans Are Calling For U.S. Intervention in Iran

Isn't two Orwellian perpetual wars enough for this country? The war mongers, like Senator McCain and G.W. Bush think-alikes, are Christians who believe in the Bible and the afterlife.



The killing of Neda and others in Iran is an insult to reason and an insane act. Religious violence is a bad method of population control. Religion, with its emphasis on “be fruitful and multiply,” is screwing up the human experience.



Does it not say in the Quran, “do not kill innocent… Continue

Added by Rich Goss on June 22, 2009 at 2:30pm — 38 Comments

What Fictional Character Appears in the Most Movies? The Answer Is Important.

Professor Whipple gives the answer in one of her Psych classes in Mirror Reversal:



“Because I can eliminate all your experimental suggestions one by one, does this mean the leprechaun really does exist? I could use the same elusive argumentation to prove the existence of UFOs, extraterrestrials, guardian angels, ghosts, holy water, devils, the Loch Ness Monster, and genii. Remember a scientist needs evidence and the more…
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Added by Rich Goss on June 2, 2009 at 3:30pm — 6 Comments

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