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HEADLINES: God Forgives Republicans

Started May 8, 2013 0 Replies

Mark Sanford’s Very Republican God Redeems His Career: He Is Forgiven So You Must ForgetScott DesJarlais: 'God Has Forgiven Me' For Scandalous PastIf God forgave King David, why not Newt Gingrich?God…Continue

The Unifying Effect of Bigotry

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tammy S Aug 3, 2012. 23 Replies

 I am surprised by the pride folks demonstrate in their bigotry. Nothing seems to galvanize good people of majority status like the opportunity to pick on a minority group that has the audacity to…Continue

 

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Seaburrito replied to Edward Teach's discussion Lyrics in the group Atheist Musicians
"Wrote this while thinking about Burkas... song is called Hate covered Woman from the album "In the West" A warm desert wind blew the candles all out thin wiry bones in the flesh of the trout grazing pink royal palette's of chosen…"
Jul 17
Edward Teach commented on Edward Teach's blog post Human Humans and Human Animals
"@Michael  Hahahahahaha... Duck Dynasty trumps Water! Here's hoping that all of their fans make the same choice!"
Jun 18
Michael Penn commented on Edward Teach's blog post Human Humans and Human Animals
"As humans we are all human animals, but I got new insight into "human animals" just the other day. I was paying my water and sewer bill and the clerk brought up the fact that several families in town are so pressed for money that they let…"
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Human Humans and Human Animals

Human Humans and Human Animals“In no case is an animal activity to be interpreted in terms of higher psychological processes if it can be fairly interpreted in terms of processes which stand lower in the scale of psychological evolution and development.” Morgan’s CanonPhoto by Andrew TurnerThe truth is, we are animals with the potential to develop humanness. The behavioral trait that defines humanness is our ability to advance higher order critical thinking and empathy skills.[1] [2] While…See More
Jun 16
Edward Teach replied to Sentient Biped's discussion Left Behind - the movie.
"Sounds like utopia to me! All religious yo-yos disappear at once!? I'm praying to my milk carton night and day."
May 31
Edward Teach commented on Edward Teach's blog post Human Overhaul 365
"Thanks, Michael!"
May 31
Edward Teach commented on Edward Teach's blog post Playing the "Race Card"
"Many thanks to Luara, jay H, and Ruth Anthony-Gardner for good feedback"
May 31
Edward Teach commented on Edward Teach's blog post What's YOUR Theme?
"Luara, Michael Penn, and Billie Culver. thank you so much for sharing your stories. This really opening my eyes to the impact of childhood experiences"
May 31
Michael Penn commented on Edward Teach's blog post Human Overhaul 365
"You look great, Edward. You almost make me want to get back in good shape myself."
May 15
Edward Teach commented on Edward Teach's blog post Human Overhaul 365
"Many thanks, Loren!"
May 15
Loren Miller commented on Edward Teach's blog post Human Overhaul 365
"Kudos, Edward!  That's one hell of an accomplishment!"
May 15
Edward Teach commented on Edward Teach's blog post Human Overhaul 365
"Thank you Luara. I'm workin hard on it ;-)"
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Luara commented on Edward Teach's blog post Human Overhaul 365
"yer a hunk."
May 15
Edward Teach posted a blog post

Human Overhaul 365

This is a little cheesy, but I put together a self'-help blog to cover strategies I implemented towards physical, emotional, and cognitive improvements:Human Overhaul 365 …See More
May 15
Ruth Anthony-Gardner commented on Edward Teach's blog post Playing the "Race Card"
"A good post. Thanks. I'll remember. "
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Human Humans and Human Animals

Posted on June 16, 2014 at 1:24pm 2 Comments

Human Humans and Human Animals

In no case is an animal activity to be interpreted in terms of higher psychological processes if it can be fairly interpreted in terms of processes which stand lower in the scale of psychological evolution and development.” Morgan’s Canon…

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Human Overhaul 365

Posted on May 15, 2014 at 8:35am 6 Comments

This is a little cheesy, but I put together a self'-help blog to cover strategies I implemented towards physical, emotional, and cognitive improvements:

Human Overhaul 365…

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What's YOUR Theme?

Posted on April 27, 2014 at 3:35pm 14 Comments

http://humanoverhaul365.blogspot.com/2014/04/playing-race-card.html

Freud was keen on the influence of early experiences on personality development. Recently, I explored memories of my own solitary, fantasy, play themes from…

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Playing the "Race Card"

Posted on April 26, 2014 at 10:55am 13 Comments

http://humanoverhaul365.blogspot.com/2014/04/playing-race-card.html

The first college course I taught was a section on General Psychology in Charleston, SC. The demographics of my class was about half white kids and…

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At 2:29pm on June 14, 2013, Loren Miller said…

Yo, Edward!  Good to see you.  Hope all's well with you and yours!

At 1:59am on June 12, 2012, yusuf said…

np... just wanted to interact. have a nice day

At 8:16am on June 11, 2012, yusuf said…

Hi Edward Teach, I wonder what you Preach. I like your pic and that hat, why don't you come for chat :p

At 3:36pm on June 10, 2012, Jason Spicer said…

Ouch. I hope you heal well and quickly.

At 1:01pm on February 28, 2011, Alona Naga said…
the artist on my page is named greydon square it is not my music
At 10:37pm on November 5, 2010, monon shuvo said…
Thanks Teach for the friendship. I'm honored. I'm a newcomer in the atheist world.I understood it is the world of reality,beauty,truth and love.I wish everyone in the world would realize truth.
At 11:50am on April 21, 2010, Jason Spicer said…
Hey, congrats on the publication. At least you made a mark in the world. Bike transit gloria, if I remember my Latin.
At 8:36pm on April 20, 2010, Jason Spicer said…
I was just shifting into second gear when I hit the ice, so I wasn't going too fast. Freaked me right out, I can tell you. I was about a half block from home, so I just walked it back. Minimal damage to me and the bike.
At 5:48pm on April 20, 2010, Jason Spicer said…
Oh, and I think newbies are more likely to wear helmets.
At 5:47pm on April 20, 2010, Jason Spicer said…
Edward, I had another thought on the helmet vs no-helmet stats you posted. I'm intrigued by the apparently lower fatality rate in no-helmet states. I think to really get at an understanding of it, we'd need a study that compared injuries/fatalities per mile ridden with a helmet vs without, broken down by various categories like age of the rider, riding experience of the rider (I think it's a safe bet that newbies have more crashes), weather conditions, etc. But I think it's a legitimate question whether helmets help or hinder safe riding.

BTW, I can't believe you ride a two-wheel vehicle in icy conditions. I had a little 200cc Honda in college and I took it out one morning and didn't see the black ice. If you hit ice with four wheels, you go sideways. If you hit ice on two wheels, you go down. How do you avoid that? Seems like physics to me, but maybe you have the balance of an acrobat.
 
 
 

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