Strange story. I did a Google search on my name to see if the general public see's my connection to Atheist Nexus and what level of detail is shown to a non member.
A link came up on the second page to a letter I had written on animalsincanada... I recognized it as a letter sent to the Toronto Star a couple of years ago that wasn't published. A further Google search showed it actually was.
On re reading the letter I got all enraged again. Since I've been posting stuff lately on atheist nexus I remembered your dog and cat discussion. I love both my dog and cat - but have a little problem with all of our hypocrisy with treatment of other animals. So I was going to post something to stir up a bunch of dog and cat lovers. I've calmed down now.
These were the two links. The Star one takes longer to load.
Hey Stephen. I am unemployed and I have lots of time on my hands. I think I could do a slightly better job on your website http://prasina.com. Check me out at http://www.pc-tamer.com/ Anyway, I would like to do it for free. I just would like your permission to use the current pictures and text on your website right now.
Some details: I could publish it to my website and let you see it so that you could decide if you are even interested in using it, and if you are, we could work together to get it just the way you want it.
I get the benefit of keeping my skills fresh. You might get a website with more impact.
Thanks for the welcome. As cool as it would be to be able to swallow the moon and cause tsunamis, earthquakes, and volcanoes, I'm afraid the name Wanderer actually comes from the title of another book, Taran Wanderer, the 4th out of 5 books by Lloyd Alexander in the Prydain Chronicles, a fantasy series I enjoyed reading as a boy and which I greatly identified with. It would be cool to be a living, breathing planet though, like Gaia (except a dude?).
Thanks for the descriptions. I think I've already added all of them to my to-read, and now it's just a matter of acquiring them once I get the money. Of course, if you have more suggestions, I'm interested.
Of course, I always love book suggestions! I wouldn't know enough of the nuances of literature to give a good description of my type of book, so any suggestions would be welcome and I can at least take a look at them.
Indeed I will. I also have a Bart Ehrman book I intend to read as soon as I'm finished with the Bible. I'm thinking I'll also keep track of my favorite (read: the worst) bits for future reference. I found you on GoodReads (and I see you accepted my friend invite, thank you) and looked through your books. Quite a few of them sound especially good, so I'll try to get my hands on them when I have the money.