Saturday, April 07, 2007

Religion and blaming human nature

Religion and Blaming Human Nature

This is why I married her.


  1. Damn right. If you said she was your girlfriend or best friend, I'd be yelling at my computer screen, "You marry her! Marry her right now!" -- at least I would if I believed in totally monogamist relationships of that magnitude of devotion (polyamorist here), or at least if there were laws supporting polyamorist marriage of some kind (no, polygamy is not the same).

  2. BB--I've started coming through on my promise to talk about Dawkins over at SubversiveChristianity. Cheers! (Notice that I didn't say 'Christos anesti!)


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