Monthly Archives: April 2010

Californy is the place you oughta be

This October, Jerry and I (along with several of our good friends) will be attending the “Setting the Agenda: Secular Humanism’s Next 30 Years” CFI conference in Los Angeles! I am just *beyond excited* about all the speakers I’ll get to hear and the people I’ll finally be able to meet. Here’s part of the […]

What he said:

Earlier this week in the Star Phoenix there was a letter to the Editor where the author attempted to condone (or at least badly explain) the pedophilic priest epidemic by blaming the “sexual pollution” of our day and age. Today, the paper published this letter of response, which I just love.  Here’s the letter’s forceful […]

Hope Race for Recovery

This afternoon we braved the Saskatchewan elements to participate in the Hope Race for Recovery event — and by elements, I mean SNOW. We walked with a group of people from the Saskatoon Freethinkers, and it was our second year we participated in the event.  One element I really like about this walk/race is the […]

“in Christian love…”

In case you didn’t grow up in the church, that’s code for: I’m going to offend you, but I get a free pass to say whatever I want to with this disclaimer. Tonight Jerry turned on Larry King Live, and we watched an interview with Christian singer Jennifer Knapp, who this week officially “outed” herself […]

What she said:

The ostensibly principled position these folks are taking is that they want smaller government.  They want government to do less.  And just because so many of them are retired Medicare and Social Security recipients who get to their protests in national parks via public mass transit, don‘t let that get in the way of their […]

Phew

It’s been a wild and wacky day for grrrlmeetsworld.com. Long story short, my career as a dedicated Blogger user is officially over, and I’m now a WordPress convert. There’s much more to say about the saga of the last 2 days, including saying HUGE THANKS to Colin, Jeff, Garrett, Todd, another Jeff from Rawk Media, […]

A certificate in religion’s BS

World’s best Facebook ad: …and I just love that Falwell’s “university” is behind the ad. FYI, Facebook: I may not be your target audience for this advertisement.