12 December 2007

Link roundup for 12 December 2007

If you're not sure which candidate for President to support, check out Tengrain's guide to the Republicans and Democrats.

Want to write a letter to God? Now you can!

If this is what Texas suburbia is really like, I'm less worried than ever about Huckabee becoming President.

Help this blogger name his teddy bear.

Here's yet another Republican freak.

Can animals get into Heaven? Apparently some Christians are surprisingly confused.

A study of Shakespeare shows how language affects thought.

Christopher Hitchens declares that we should abolish the CIA.

A Muslim talks about his life in Israel.

Exit Zero offers a trip to the Dark Ages.

An Apostate's Chapel has an arresting posting on the ugly concept of "secret sin" -- the fundamentalist's all-purpose excuse.

Here's a short life sketch of the world's most courageous atheist.

Islamic culture asserts itself in Canada and Britain.

Prepare to be shocked at this Halliburton/KBR story from Iraq.

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8 Comments:

Blogger the chaplain said...

Thanks for the roundup. There's some good reading material here.

12 December, 2007 07:33  
Blogger handmaiden said...

I second. I esp. love the Tengrain's guide link :)!

Comment moderation, Oboy! That means if I drink & blog & make am ass out of myself or send you dirty pictures, you won't print them, right?

12 December, 2007 12:00  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

That means if I drink & blog & make am ass out of myself or send you dirty pictures, you won't print them, right?

I'll send you my bribery rates.

12 December, 2007 14:27  
Blogger Vamp said...

Dear God, Hello! Hello? HELLO!!! Hell-O?

There's no one there...

12 December, 2007 15:31  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

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NO FORWARDING ADDRESS

12 December, 2007 15:58  
Blogger John Evo said...

Call me dense, but I'm having trouble making the connection between the Texas sex clubs and Huckabee.

15 December, 2007 20:11  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

My point was that if even suburbanites in a conservative state like Texas behave like that, the market for a moralistic scold like Huckabee is probably even smaller than it appears to be.

15 December, 2007 20:45  
Blogger John Evo said...

I wish you were right about that. Unfortunately, we make generalizations about what to expect from individuals in given sectors of the country, but individuals tend not to obey our pre-conceived notions. Groups do though. And as a group, you can figure that a place like Texas is much more likely to go along with a scold like Huckabee, over a scold like Hillary.

16 December, 2007 15:50  

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