@Kris0logy - That's not true. I also talk about how awful and judgmental right-wing politics are.
In all seriousness, I don't think that pointing out that without organized religion human rights would be better off, whether it be Islamic terrorism or Christian anti-gay policies worming into out politics, makes me awful and judgmental. Well, I guess I am judgmental, as I'm passing judgment based on my own personal beliefs that gays are people, artists shouldn't be killed by discussing Islam, the Catholic Church shouldn't tell people in AIDS-ridden Africa not to use condoms, that female circumcision should not be practiced, and that we shouldn't legislate religion in a country designed specifically not to endorse any particular religion.
But please, what would you prefer I write about? Ponies? Justin Bieber? Whittling? If you think I'm boring, nobody is forcing you to come to my site. If you want to provide constructive criticism, like what you think I should do about this problem you seem to have with me, please be my guest. I'm all ears (err... eyes, since I'll be reading this... you get what I'm saying).
@mtngirlsouth - The above applies to you as well. From what I read of your blog, it tends to be exactly like mine, just the polar opposite views.
Generalizations, twisting of truth... Like on stem cells: the Catholic Church is not against stem cell research -- the media lies about this every chance they get. Catholics are against fetal stem cell research, a branch which has not produced any cures but which results in the destruction of a baby. Regular stem cell research has come up with cures, and doesn't kill babies. Catholics stick up for babies, how does that make us the bad guys?
@ZombieMom_Speaks - I really want to say "challenge accepted" but somehow I think my better sense might be prevailing. besides, I eat peanut butter a lot, so I think that if I conducted said experiment, I wouldn't be able to eat it comfortably anymore....thus eliminating half of my diet....I guess I could just switch to Nutella.
Okay, this was one was funny, and actually mocked almost everybody equally. Except, of course, for atheists. @Kris0logy - Personally, I thought this one was okay, but I too have fruitlessly tried to encourage encouraged him to expand his topics, and quit the mocking of others' beliefs. I've seen him do a COUPLE very thoughtful posts.
@Garistotle - No doubt. That's why I stopped calling myself an atheist. It is too arrogant for me, a mere man, to claim I KNOW. I have come to call myself a spiritual agnostic, and I seem to be getting more spiritual with time and thought.