Things have gotten off the ground a little more with my let’s play. I’m having fun with it, and it’s certainly forcing me to be more creative. Follow the bump (is it called that commonly? I can’t seem to remember what the link to the full article is usually called) for some video embedding and future plans.
So the Persona 4 anime aired in Japan today, and the Simulcast just finished airing. I thought I’d take the chance to say a few quick things about it.
I’ve started a new project in my spare time here, and it’s teaching me a lot as I go. I don’t know if I have all the lessons learned yet though.
More media attention to this issue can never be a bad thing.
Anyone who has had their ears anywhere close the the Atheist blogging community has certainly heard of this story by now: a young man by the name of Damon Fowler noticed that his high school (Bastrop High in Bastrop, Louisiana) intended to include a prayer in their graduation ceremony, in clear violation of both state and federal law. He explained to the school board the situation they were in, and that he would be forced to contact the ACLU to bring forward legal action if they didn’t yield. The school district did. Everyone else, however, went apeshit.
I have to throw my weight behind the collective beating of what should be a dead horse by now. It feels almost silly to have to talk about it, but there’s a slight chance it might help.
Look at the title of this post. Fill in the blank there. Okay, now it’s time for a little quiz:
Continue reading ‘Atheists Think That _____’
I am so excited.
Continue reading ‘Persona 4 Anime: Oh my god oh my god’
As I was walking home today, I remembered that I had gotten a birthday card from my grandparents a few weeks ago, but I wasn’t sure if I had responded to thank them. That gave me a bit of pause, because as I was musing over it, I realized that I really don’t like written communication. And yet I have a blog.
Continue reading ‘Words are Cheap’