A very awesome, new feature that the Atheist Experience has just added, is a live video stream so fans outside of Austin can tune in!
Here is a link to it
In case you don't know what the Atheist Experience is, it is a live call-in show about atheism and atheist topics. They provide listeners with a secular and atheistic veiwpoint on different subjects every week and also tend to get in… Continue
Added by James Y. on November 6, 2008 at 5:59am —
Added by Daley on November 6, 2008 at 1:26am —
I was doing brainstorming exercises today for a piece that I'm working on and I couldn't turn off my brain. Hehe.
I was writing a mail to a friend and I lapsed into free-hand while trying to describe Brent. I decided to let it all leak out and blog that portion of it. You can notice how it turned from email to free-hand.
I doubt that there is a kinder person on the planet. He gives and gives and gives and would never ask for anything.… Continue
Added by Daley on November 6, 2008 at 1:15am —
Wednesday, November 05, 2008
Instead of reposting my daily journal entry, I'm just going to let you read it on the original site from now on, OK? And those who've subscribed, I do have my own notify list, let me know if you need help with that.
Thanx for being here!
The URL to the journal page:
Added by Douglas Franklin on November 5, 2008 at 11:51pm —
Good for you, America! I was so happy that americans (at least the majority of voters) voted in Obama as the newest president of the US. Way to go, congrats on making the right choice!
Added by Natalie on November 5, 2008 at 9:00pm —
Last night I was pretty excited and happy about Obama being elected ... this morning I realized gay marriage was being banned again. I can only imagine how the gay spouses in Cali feel right now because I'm single and I feel devastated. I don't even live in Cali. Maybe it's because I'm hormonal but I've been trying not to cry over it all day long. Fact is, it's personal. My feelings feel personally hurt. I'm tired of my deeply personal romantic life being speculated upon and denied validation… Continue
Added by Krista on November 5, 2008 at 6:14pm —
I've emerged from my secret hiding cave of secrecy to celebrate a new presidency and a new era of (hopefully) fantastic things.
I do not have that much to say, but I guess maybe something should fill in all this space.
I'm still in love with Kelly, and she with me, so I've always got that going for me, if nothing else.
LOVE YOU KELLY!
I also happen to have a screaming chicken staring at… Continue
Added by Sage Hitek on November 5, 2008 at 4:28pm —
I know, I know... i skipped the 'indivisible' bit, but I think it's pretty clear this country can be divided. Especially on grounds of race and religion here in good old Ala-damn-bama. Anyway, I sent out an e-mail to a few members of my family today I was so giddy about Obama's nomination. I guess you could say I am tickled pink! (<-- I can get away with this phrase, I'm from the South ;P )
Yes WE did! I am proud of my country for the first time in my adult life, and glad that… Continue
Added by Emily on November 5, 2008 at 3:44pm —
Wow. As an old Lefty who came of age supporting Eugene McCarthy and casting my first presidential vote for George McGovern, I am used to being disappointed by American elections. This time was different. I have never been as proud of my country as I was last night when Barack Obama was elected. When the result was finally announced, it brought tears to my eyes.
Look, I know we still face enormous problems and one election doesn't mean that greed, superstition, hatred, bigotry, and… Continue
Added by Father Nature on November 5, 2008 at 10:59am —
There are countless congratulatory messages for President-elect Obama this morning, all well-deserved. The most remarkably gifted presidential candidate of our time managed somehow to negotiate an unimaginably grueling campaign, and we, despite ourselves, managed to elect him. Shout-outs all around.
But I wanted to take a moment to recognize one of the people who by his own account helped make
him what he is -- his nonreligious mother, Ann Dunham.
Added by Dale McGowan on November 5, 2008 at 10:10am —
I firmly believe that the Black panther ,although these men were dressed up in the Black Panther's attire, did not sent this two over zealous individual to stand outside the poling station. On the other hand, one of the individual was a legal pol watcher. The fact remains, a night stick is a weapon, and standing in front of a poling station armed with a night stick is a extremely intimidating site for anyone. However, I firmly believe that the Black Panther's party had nothing to do with this… Continue
Added by THE GRENADIAN FREETHINKER on November 5, 2008 at 10:00am —
I copied my rant bulletin that I made for MySpace last night.
I want to blog it here since I might be leaving MySpace completely just to make my life less complicated. I titled this "Happiness". It's a bit raw. :
338 to 163 and still a few more to go.
I'm very happy that our needs were heard.
I knew that we would win, but I did not expect that such a high percentage of the nation would understand the change that we need.
The great… Continue
Added by Daley on November 5, 2008 at 8:39am —
Having been reading, watching, thinking, living evolution quite a bit over the last bit. I'm awestruck at how so many people who don't even understand the concept of evolution dismiss it as nonsense. To do so would hold a strong likeness to me claiming that some surgical procedures promise for success is utterly zero. While I may have some anatomical knowledge, it is… Continue
Added by AYFABTU on November 5, 2008 at 4:00am —
These are two pieces based on related thoughts written at different times quite some time ago... probably between 1.5 and 3 years ago. So it seems that the time is near... it feels good to finally be a proud
We need social reconstruction. I won’t even talk of reform, for it seems to imply that the current state of being is salvageable. While not all is bad in the current state, it will be easier to destroy what we have and build… Continue
Added by AYFABTU on November 5, 2008 at 2:37am —
As we all go stand in lines before work, grumbling but happy, sipping our coffee as we anticipate watching the returns tonight, I cannot help but think just how revolutionary this notion of government for the people, of the people and by the people is. Specifically, I cannot think of a better way to thwart religion's...specifically christianity's...desire for control.
Our founders get credited with a lot that they were not. They were not all god fearing men. They did not found our… Continue
Added by Larry Huffman on November 4, 2008 at 12:30pm —
I built my own tower. PC Upgrade magazine got me the guts to try it.
It is a Antec tower with an AMD 2800 Athalon XP processor and a Creative Audigy sound card with an ASUS A7V8X-X MOBO. I used to have a fancy Gyration wireless key board and mouse combination till a visiting friend spilled coffee into it. Now I use an old Digital KB 5923 keyboard and a Logitec Marble Mouse usb Trac Ball. I use FIX-IT Utilities to keep Windows XP Pro from loosing it's pop!
I also have an imac for… Continue
Added by Clarence Dember on November 4, 2008 at 12:49am —
Objectivism sees things commencing at the point of existence and it proceeds from here through the perceptual level of the senses through the conceptual levels of the rational mind with the mind as a reality integrating instrument. Contrast this with primacy of consciousness theorists- (what they whim is all.) When one starts with whim, all that can follow is further whim.
Added by Clarence Dember on November 3, 2008 at 10:23pm —
In Objectivism the only invalid concepts are the ones that falsely claim to supersede what the sensory data tells the rational mind about what exists. In Objectivism existence exists. It does not need any one's "proofs" or some non-rational revelations about it's nature or an inaccurate characterization of what it is. In Objectivism existence has it's own nature independent of you or me and whether we think it's a camel or a straw man camel. Also, what exists among the living does not need your… Continue
Added by Clarence Dember on November 3, 2008 at 10:04pm —
In his book "THE AGE OF TURBULENCE" Dr. Alan Greenspan admits his view of politics requires force to implement while trying to work calumny on Ayn Rand's Laissez Faire Politics by calling it Libertarian. This is based on his altruistic notion that tax resistors should be forced to pay. The fact of a non-apportioned income tax corporately superimposed over a Constitutional process of apportionment right down to apportioned income tax never reaches mention or even cognition with Dr. Alan… Continue
Added by Clarence Dember on November 3, 2008 at 10:00pm —
Although the ability to articulate a choice leaves us free to believe what we choose here owing much to a mastery of analogue models and metaphors as well as to our 1st amendment rights - to believe the devil and or God exist- you'd have to believe Not A is A,-that is (not alive is living), reason then would not be man's only route to knowledge, rational self interest would then be replaced by altruism and the politics of force to extract values would be your choice, not Laissez- Faire. There… Continue
Added by Clarence Dember on November 3, 2008 at 10:00pm —