Isn’t it amazing what ‘righteous’ Christians believe, and are capable of, when they’re convinced they have the infallible Word of God on their side?
The idea is nothing new to me, or to many others, but Sam Harris‘ The End of Faith, has rammed it home lately.
In it, Harris details some of the more “transcendent level[s] of cruelty” achieved by the Righteous in medieval Spain. Continue reading “Hellfire and Broomsticks”
What is it with old people today – isn’t it time they started acting their age?
For example, this morning at the Growers’ market, I meet 94-year-old Tom, off on a morning ramble. No walking stick, no cane, happy to stop and chat.
Continue reading “Old people today – tsk”
Why receptionists are a pain in the lower abdomen, part # 1 of ‘fun with receptionists’, a continuing story ….
I ring the dentist today, for I am Longer in the Tooth, and Shorter in the amount. There are still some left for masticating.
This is how the conversation goes: Continue reading “Fun with receptionists # 1”