The Sea delusion

I don't actually believe in seas. I think they are an artificial division of Ocean Waters, and a product of ancient thinking. The Mediterranean sea? Fuck that shit. It's the Atlantic Ocean as far as I'm concerned! ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 144 1/2

This week, Carisa joins me as we talk about 'Adult Failures', why I keep dreaming about losing my teeth, and the grossness of space travel. NOTE: You may need to download this again. There was a slight upload problem I've since fixed. ...

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Spam Attack Part Deux

If you've been leaving comments and wondering why they haven't gone up yet, it's because the Internet is full of scammers constantly bombarding us with fake ads designed to rob us of our information. My anti-spam program is having a conniption, so in the meantime you'll have to be patient while it gets fixed. The spammers are attacking so fast I can't actually keep up, so for now comments have to all be pen ...

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Bloomberg is my hero

September 11th is just around the corner, and this year, Mayor Bloomberg is making sure that no clergymen from any religion are invited to the ceremony. Of course, you have a bunch of cry-baby Christians who are flipping out over this exclusion: "This is America, and to have a memorial service where there's no prayer, this appears to be insanity to me," Rudy Washington tells the Wall Street Journal. "I feel ...

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So close, yet so far away

I do like the effort by this priest to ridicule creationism in the light of modern science. But while he ridicules these beliefs, he seems completely oblivious to the stupidity of his own dogma. Hey pal, there are some people who believe that a 2000 year old failed Jewish carpenter is actually a God too, and the rest of us think that's just stupid. We're glad that you exposed the utter inanity of creationis ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 144

After 2 weeks off, TGA is back, baby! We cover a huge range of topics, from Evangelicals trying desperately to reconcile science and faith, to Muslims in Indonesia doing a little 'house cleaning'. Be sure not to miss out on the links below for my movie and book recommendations for this week. Recommendations: The Upside of Irrationality: The Unexpected Benefits of Defying Logic at Work and at Home Your Inner ...

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Rick Perry on Abstinence

So, according to this uneducated redneck madman, it doesn't seem to matter whether or not abstinence works. It's far more important that due to his old fashioned beliefs, kids should not be taught the safest ways to have sex. Watch him struggle to answer even the most basic facts concerning the total ineffectiveness of abstinence. Who needs evidence when you have blind belief? Here's a man so fantastically ...

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Back to regular programming

My vacation is over, and I'm back in Montreal for the next few months to really knock TGA out of the park. There's going to be lots of changes, but all of them are going to be awesome. We're going to be upping the quality of everything to entice every one to become a member. So, if you were starting to suffer from serious withdrawal, the good news is that a new batch of "crack" is being brewed as we speak. ...

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Anti-Gay State Rep used Craigslist to find male prostitute

I'm beginning to think there are more closeted gay Republicans than there are open Democrat ones, since it seems as though every other day some anti-gay rights crusader gets caught trying to have sex with someone of the same gender. Today's totally disgraced hypocrite is Indiana State Rep. Phillip Hinkle, who was caught trying to hire a male prostitute on Craigslist. I say try, since the entire ordeal was j ...

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