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- Meth-induced voices in your head start with pareidolia
- Never make the mistake of buying a JVC smart TV, model number JVC LT-55n935
- A sad search: Why doesn’t he love me when we use meth?
- The definition of insanity is NOT doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.
- What you sound like on meth
- Do you still hear meth voices after you stop using meth?
- It’s too easy to judge addicts, but we shouldn’t.
- Some nasty lesser-known side-effects of meth
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- An amusing anecdote about a girl whose strange belief sparked my interest in the psychology of belief in the unbelievable
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I still don’t have time for much writing, but thought I’d share this excellent meme I found yesterday… Of course it’s a variation of what I’ve written before – god is nothing more than an explanation for the unknown, invented … Continue reading
No, atheists don’t have special knowledge, and none is required for us to reject your magical claims.
A couple of days ago, I bought myself a copy of Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion… finally. I haven’t had the time to start reading it yet, but feel that I need to read books like his and others by … Continue reading
I really ought to stop debating these people. The other day I mentioned the one person in particular who posts nothing but memes that “debunk” evolution, or at least a straw man thereof. Even though I explained the issues with … Continue reading
The frustration with being openly antitheist: having to be debated by people who have no business debating anyone.
Lately I’m starting to wonder if being open about my atheism all the time is really worthwhile. Four acquaintances recently decided to “debate” me… And the reason the word debate is quoted is, well, they have no idea how to … Continue reading
See part 1. So there I was, at this Christian retreat, a getaway where I got away from my crazy life. My memories of most of it are less clear than of my mad life, possibly because I was there … Continue reading
This will be too long for one post. The introduction alone is as long as my usual posts, so I’ll break this into two parts. 2006 was a weird year for me. I’d been using meth for about a year. … Continue reading