Tag Archive: comment

agreeing to disagree

The best thing about blogging is discussing ideas with people who have totally different life experiences. Especially in the area of religion, where I’m more likely to frequent, there are lots of points… Continue reading

lurking 15: the argument against marriage

I’m reliably informed that from the age of 4, I wanted to get married to a succession of cute boys and have around 99 children. I considered each one in turn to be… Continue reading

comments of the month

Given that I have nothing of any interest to say these days, I thought it would be nice to share three of my favourite comments from this month. (They’re all actually from today, but it didn’t… Continue reading

there must be more to life than this

When I’m a little bored of lurking round random spots, one of my favourite places to revisit is any old post by John Zande. If you don’t have the Superstitious Naked Ape on… Continue reading

do you like to troll?

In Internet slang, a troll (/ˈtroʊl/, /ˈtrɒl/) is a person who sows discord on the Internet by starting arguments or upsetting people, by posting inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community… Continue reading

comment of the month

This month sees a triple treat of truly enticing commentary on one of Christianity’s distinctly dotty doctrines: the Trinity. We’re going to start with an old favourite, move on to the young pretender, and finish with… Continue reading

comment of the month

In response to some kind words uttered by the man who is now the new Catholic Pope, I did a short post on abortion yesterday.  I got the usual dig in about the… Continue reading

tips for budding deities

One of those little ironies of life is that although I’m pretty much opposed to the notion of organised religion, I’ve always fancied setting my own up.  For such an exercise, I think… Continue reading

a change afoot

“A shoddy, misogynistic excuse for good television.” I recently read a post about the TV programme Game of Thrones. It totally interested me because I had had similar feelings attempting to watch that programme.… Continue reading