grrrl meets world

living the liminal


February 2009

Lee Adama meets Law and Order

Confession time: I happen to love the series Law and Order. Always have. In fact, if you were to ask me, I could recite for you its opening lines (“in the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two… Continue Reading →

What he said:

let all go-thebig small middlingtall bigger reallythe biggest and allthings-let all godear so comes love ee cummings via discount!

Via a twitter friend, here’s a link to coupon codes for $10 off a $40 purchase — with free shipping! Because, who doesn’t need MORE books in their library?

meant to be broken

Do you think of yourself as an atheist? Agnostic? Freethinker? Humanist? Spiritual Nontheist? … If you don’t fit the stereotypes, you’re in luck. Probably all you have to do to start messing with people’s categories is: 1. Find a kind,… Continue Reading →


Sounds about right

Your morality is 0% in line with that of the bible. Damn you heathen! Your book learnin’ has done warped your mind. You shall not be invited next time I sacrifice a goat. Do You Have Biblical Morals?Take More Quizzes… Continue Reading →

The virtues of godlessness

Amidst all this vibrant global piety — atop the vast swelling sea of sacredness — Denmark and Sweden float along like small, content, durable dinghies of secular life, where most people are nonreligious and don’t worship Jesus or Vishnu, don’t… Continue Reading →

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