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Moving Day!

As many of you know by now, life has been a bit chaotic as of late. After the break-up with my fiancee, I still had a book in the works despite having spent my last penny moving back to Montreal. This forced me to live on the generosity and kindness of my friends and family, and despite getting a huge portion of it done, the loss of the art-book set things further back, forcing me to delay the launch. To ma ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 317

This week, I explain the tragedy that has delayed the book, but I also talk about my plans for the near future, a new podcast in the works, and the upcoming free first chapter of the book that will soon be out for your enjoyment! Don't miss it if you want to know what happens next. ...

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Hard-Cores to be moved to JacobFortin.com

Hi Gang, Well, since announcing my eventual semi-retirement from atheism, a number of hard-cores have expressed their desire to continue to support my ventures outside of the scene. Not only are they excited by Bible Stories, they are also looking forward to the myriad of other projects I'll be working on, which includes a comic book, a TV pilot, and a bunch of other projects that are top secret (for now). ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 314

This week, my guest is activist AJ Johnson, who has started a new business called "Be Secular". She joins me as we talk of transitioning from activism to business, and why the new generation of unbelievers need to pick up where we left off. Don't miss this one! For those of you wanting to visit her site, here are the links: Main site: http://www.besecular.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/besecular Facebook ...

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The New Good Atheists?

By now, most of you have probably heard I'll be hanging up the podcasting gloves to focus on other things: mainly to get my financial life in order. Since the news broke out, responses have been mixed. Some are mad I've chosen to abandon my post, and complaining the donation amounts were too little to survive was tantamount to whining. Others agreed with the decision, pointing out they want me to be able to ...

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Who wants to make 10K from this moron?

Are you a bored scientist looking to spank a few confused creationists for money? Then why not take up this challenge: Dr Joseph Mastropaolo, who says he has set up the contest, the Literal Genesis Trial, in the hope of improving the quality of arguments between creationists and evolutionists, has pledged to put $10,000 of his own money into an escrow account before the debate. His competitor would be expec ...

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Kansas City atheists barred from participating in St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Normally when you think of St. Patrick's Day, images of green beer, girls in t-shirts that say "kiss me, I'm Irish", and drunken revelers usually pop into your head. Over the decades since we've been 'observing' these liver destroying traditions, the religious elements of the holiday have generally fallen to the wayside, replaced instead with a party to celebrate the fact that Irish people exist. Hey, I'm p ...

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Another stupid Ark being built, this time in Texas

They say everything is bigger in Texas: this probably also applies to the insanity of the populace there. How else can you explain this church deciding to build their own version of Noah's Ark at the cost of a cool 5 million bucks? You might recall that there's a similar project out of Florida that's been trying to get funding from Kickstarter. After almost a month, they've managed to snag an impressive $52 ...

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How to annoy your coworkers, Jesus style

You know what I love? I love it when I'm at the office, and someone vaguely familiar with their religion decides that it's their duty to try and convert me to whatever bullshit they believe in at the time. Yes, there's nothing in this world I love more than watching these people squirm when you start asking them questions their priest never really prepared them for. What's the deal with Jesus and his intens ...

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‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’ should return…this time for religion

I've always found America's obsession with the military disturbing. First and foremost, it is heavily populated by the poorest, least educated members of society who often have little choice in joining if they hope to have an education, or even a future outside of Walmart. You always hear on TV how much respect they should be given, due to their sacrifice in 'protecting freedom'. In reality, the military is ...

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