Jesus (the not-quite) Superstar Musical (sort of).

And you thought disco was dead!

Spring is here! Yes, its mating season!

And here is someone with, well, “standards” (is this Roland Boer?). This shirt is actually all the rage for student members of the SBL who will be holding a special symposium on “The significant Other. How to get one” in Atlanta this year.

Shamelessly stolen from Poorly Dressed.

NEW POLL! Why the bear suit?

And vote for my Lol! click the pick.

Add your own option!

I am offended by this video. It can just priest off.

Sent to me by some God Mocker.

I refuse to be entertained by such “comedy” or to distribute it any further. Just watch it and you will see what I mean. Totally repellant. It really bugs me.

Jesus is a Jam-Tart!

John V. sent me this, saying I had to post it. I agree!

Its from the Far Left Side, the best web comic ever!

But should that not be a penitent butter and Jesus jelly sandwich?

Now, what else can I put here so I’m not just ripping off a FLS cartoon? Hmmm. I know, some music!

Here is Jelly Roll Morton and the Jelly Roll Blues!


Couldn’t resist.  I can’t stand the goof-ball and his right wing, bad acting and those stupid Chuck is God jokes and shit.

EVERYBODY is tagged.

Why Religious Studies is Important, ESPECIALLY for Business Students

In the big debate between humanities and “practical” university subjects like business or management and whole “Getting a Real Job” spiel, the humanities often looses out. But here is why even management and business students NEED Religious Studies, the pinnacle (pit?) of the humanities.

Will Resurrect to Suit Tenant

In these troubled times, leasing a god may be a better strategy than buying one outright.

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Biathalon for REAL Athletes.

Sent by my brother…

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Putting the Heat on Global Warming Denial


The Crusade to Deny Global Warming



Thursday, February 4

P.E. 250, First Choice Saving Center,  7:00-9:00 p.m.

University of Lethbridge Campus

Everyone welcome, refreshments provided.

Blurb shamelessly lifted in its entirety from SACPA Southern Alberta Council for Public Affairs.

Scientists are often so focussed on measuring the evidence required to determine how things work that they either forget or do not have time for the needs of public education, and the directions the nation will take in applying the knowledge gained by science. James Hoggan and Richard Littlemore have recently produced a book entitled “Climate Cover-Up”, in which they examine the powerful public relations forces brought to bear against mainstream climate science, physics and chemistry, in order to blunt the message that we need to take steps to avoid future harm.

As a PR professional himself, Hoggan felt a strong need to keep the work of PR honest, and he recognized the methods that were used in the attacks on the science findings. He says “it is infuriating, as a public relations professional, to watch my colleagues use their skills, their training and their considerable intellect to poison the international debate on climate change.” Some of the arguments of the self-appointed skeptics are lacking in both common sense and modern science, but other tactics and campaigns are skillfully designed to appear to show debate among informed physical scientists regarding whether there is an effect caused by atmospheric change at all.

Hoggan and Littlemore track the funds and describe the motives behind the campaigns, noting that “few PR offences have been so obvious, so successful and so despicable as the attack on the scientific certainty of climate change.” They call the unprecedented PR attack “a triumph of disinformation – one of the boldest and most extensive PR campaigns in history”.

Speaker: Richard Littlemore

Richard has spent 20 years in daily newspapers (the Ottawa Citizen, the Winnipeg Tribune and the Vancouver Sun), before turning his hand in 1995 to freelance journalism and public affairs. He wrote the David Suzuki Foundation’s first public information package on climate change in 1996 was vice-chair of the Greater Vancouver Regional District’s Air Quality Committee in 1996 and 1997 and sat as a delegate to the Canadian government’s (failed) Kyoto Implementation Process from 1997 to 1999.

In addition to his DeSmog endeavors, Richard is a regular speech writer for many business and academic leaders and is a senior counselor and the lead writer at James Hoggan and Associates.
Most importantly, he is a parent to three teenage boys who, like all children of their generation, deserve to inherit a world uncompromised by climate change.

Moderator: Dan Johnson

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