Xtians began using “Xmas” 500 years ago, since in Greek, X is the “Ch” in Christ
Around the holidays, some people (not to name names or anything) urge modern society to put the “Christ” back in Christmas. There’s much to criticize about the hollow vacuousness of consumer culture, after all. Most of us can . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: Putting the “X” back in Xmas
Conservatives. Ah. Some of them never cease to amaze me. Take this guy for example. I guess, as one of those infidel atheists (or I.A’s, as we like to be called) I should thank him? But this is just so damned awkward. He clearly doesn’t quite know what to make of us. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vfs_Rg3YeXY Let see… . . . → Read More: Trashy’s World: Wow. This guy is a piece of work!
Most atheists are as irrational as those who believe in religion. And perhaps even more hypocritical.
There’s no greater example of this than those vocal opponents of religion who criticize Christmas but in just a few months time celebrate St.Patrick’s Day and other religious holidays with unrivaled enthusiasm.
St.Patrick’s Day is of course . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Atheist For Christmas, Christian For St.Paddy’s
Thank gawd, finally a new cult leader was appointed in Italy by an elite cabal during a secret backroom ritual. This one is from Argentina. I guess that country deserves it, considering they just lost the recent vote on the status of the Falkland Islands.
Yay, does this mean the end of the Olympic-style . . . → Read More: The Ranting Canadian: Thank gawd, finally a new cult leader was appointed in Italy by…
This is a cover version by Jock Mackay (with a few updated lyrics) of the underrated and relatively unknown John Lennon song “Serve Yourself”, which is a scathing attack on organized religion.
Lennon wrote and recorded the song in 1980, several months before he was assassinated by a stalker with a handgun. The recording . . . → Read More: The Ranting Canadian: This is a cover version by Jock Mackay (with a few updated…
Bollocks to Christmas!
I have a love-hate relationship with Christmas.
What I love:
*Getting a few days off work.
*Having a somewhat lighter workload on the days surrounding the holidays.
*Spending time with family and friends who I don’t get a chance . . . → Read More: The Ranting Canadian: Bollocks to Christmas!
I have a love-hate relationship with…