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- Meth-induced voices in your head start with pareidolia
- A sad search: Why doesn’t he love me when we use meth?
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- If you’re a meth addict and hear voices, you shouldn’t be trying to cope with them. You should do everything you can to stop using meth.
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- Some nasty lesser-known side-effects of meth
- What you sound like on meth
- Meth voices: How little I know after all
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I wasn’t going to write anything today, but recently a family member shared this old chestnut of an anti-atheist meme, and even though I have written about this subject before, it might be worth tackling it again from a different … Continue reading
A while ago I wrote about circular reasoning. Today I read another example of it, which better illustrates the other name for this fallacy: begging the question: (Oops. Forgot to blur the twat’s name. Hopefully she won’t be in that … Continue reading
Recently I was confounded by this share… (Note that there were a lot of replies. I’ve included only some of them; my own require less name and picture blurring.) Context… once again this is an “atheist versus theist” debate group. … Continue reading