Tag Archives: atheism

Bound to Burn at the Stake

Written April 22, 2009 My Argentinean friend, Dampira, send a Facebook survey of what Biblical character she would be. The website search engine decided Deborah, a prophetess of the Old Testament. My apostasy forced a rude reaction. “Better you were Mary Magdalene. A fucking whore.” Dampira was taken aback at my vehemence and I explained […]

Easter Finery

My mother instilled in her children the desire to look good. “It’s one thing to be broke and quite another to look broke.” I got dressed up in her honor for Easter. A suit and tie. I’m sure that would make her happy in the Here-Before. Now all I have to do is shave off […]

Atheist Genesis – In the beginning there was nothing

Click My Heels

After her wondrous adventures over the rainbow in the Kingdom of Oz, Dorothy Gale clicked both heels of the ruby slippers to return to Kansas and she was quick to tell her family and friends, “There’s no place like home.” Kansas despite the tornados has always been considered the heartland of America and the prairie […]

Beermas Vs. Easter

I’m no longer religious, but I am spiritual, so I celebrate Beermas. Often. And I don’t drink to make women more beautiful. I drink to improve my looks. Oh, you dog.