Category Archives: Imaginary friends

Worth reading 26: Doubly unlucky

That’s 26 out of the way, and so the next post will come from America in seven years time, and all links will be hammed up by Eric Roberts first. How We Train Our Cops To Fear Islam – From the US, but a frightening article about how freelance ‘anti-terrorism’ consultants are training cops with […]

Worth Reading 15: Ides, ides, ides

The Daily Mail And Stephen Green: A Torrid Romance – The Mail, as ever, is never afraid to eat its own in the interests of a good story The Wilkinsons and ‘Christian’ opposition to anti-discrimination laws – “If the Wilkinsons are truly naive and thought their B&B was just a private home, I wonder were […]

A marriage made in a very restrictive view of heaven

According to her website, Jan Moir has a partner referred to only as ‘S’. Our old friends at Christian Voice have a press release echoing her comments that Stephen Gateley’s death was linked to his being gay. Christian Voice is run by (and possibly composed entirely of) Stephen Green. Just a coincidence, I’m sure.

Come laugh at the fish in my barrel

Right, serious debate time. Which is funnier: Conservapedia attempt to correct the notorious liberal bias present in the Bible, or; This piece of art, which has to be seen to be believed (and check the detailed descriptions in the box to the right) There’s only one to way find out….PRAYERFIGHT! Related PostsWorth Reading 116: The […]

In the event of Rapture…not much will change, really.

I was wondering if I should do a farewell post, just in case the stopped clock principle has finally come good and the predictions that the end of the world would begin today are right. (via Jamie) Then I realised that even if they are right, there’s very little chance that I, or any of […]

Dear Lord, please don’t eat us. Amen.

Galactus is Coming!

Sorry, I cannot answer your question. Now burn in hell.

As part of my ongoing mission to make this site consist solely of links to Graham Linehan’s – it’s like stalking, but without the secrecy or the scariness – here he is talking about strange quotes found on fundamentalist sites (warning: language some may find offensive, and opinions others may find offensive. A small number […]

Whyever would we think that, Tony?

Sometimes it’s just too easy: Tony Blair avoided talking about his religious views while in office for fear of being labelled “a nutter”, the former prime minister has revealed. Yes, because there’s absolutely nothing nutterish at all about this, is there?: Holidaying on the Mexican Riviera in August 2001, they underwent a “rebirthing ritual” in […]

One down, 534 to go

Via Graham Linehan, the USA gets its first atheist member of Congress, Pete Stark of California: Stark, who is a Unitarian, is the highest-ranking American politician to openly declare that he is nontheist. Although Stark denies a belief in a god, he was quick to note that the Stark family does recognize a supreme being: […]

Rationalist superhero TV team-up

Watching Richard Dawkins meet Derren Brown on The Enemies Of Reason documentary, I was struck by the idea that if it were fiction, they’d likely then use that as a basis to team up and fight irrationality-based crime.