by Matthew Cobb This from Oonagh Keating on Tw*tter:
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by Grania In the wake of recent ponderings about whether AI is on the verge of becoming dangerous; here is a heartening story about a kangaroo punching a drone right out of the sky. And I for one, welcome our new marsupial overlords.
While the Cat’s away, so to speak; this just in from Tw*tter: Via @protoatheist, I have found religion on @alexhern's behalf pic.twitter.com/mRkt5EeaCI much hail, very rejoice, many Gode. Wow — Tom Chivers (@TomChivers) December 18, 2014 Those of you having a WTH moment, enlightenment can be found here.
Oy, indeed. . .
I don’t read the Intelligent Design (ID) websites, but alert—and masochistic—reader Richard called my attention to a comment (or rather a moderated comment) on a post at the ID site Uncommon Descent. Here’s what appeared in the comments: Blasphemy!!!! As Richard noted in his email: “All Science all the time, not at all religious, no […]
Well, this just goes to show that literally anything, including wife-swapping, can be justified by the Bible. We learn via reader Barry from an article in yesterday’s HuffPo that a new Christian swingers’ group, one aimed at bodybuilders (!) has arisen. And of course because they’re Christians, and having sex with a bunch of other people […]
More important, where is Diana MacPherson now? This situation would drive her insane: there’s no directionality! h/t:Su
Reader Diane L., inspired by yesterday’s post about Penn State’s hotels removing Gideon Bibles from the rooms, sent a photo she snapped in a hotel that takes religious diversity very seriously: Your post about Penn State removing bibles made me remember a “spiritual menu” at a Portland, Oregon hotel – the Hotel deLuxe—and had to share. […]
At least three readers sent me this, and I guess it’s gone viral. I also can’t vouch that it’s real, but maybe it is. It looks real, and there’s a reddit thread on it that started yesterday. But I can’t give it the Professor Ceiling Cat Seal of Authenticity™. Well, a bit of Googling lends support […]
Several readers sent me this, and although it’s a few years old it seems to be going viral right now. At any rate, it appears to be a sign showing four activities prohibited in a park, but unfortunately combined into a single image. What they’ve done, apparently, is to ban only skateboarding d*gs who are having a […]