A Radar Magazine advertising confirmed with me today that if we can get 15 people to upload videos to youtube as we've asked, they'll supply the extra copies of the mag. The whole process could take a little while. We'll wait until we've awarded all 15 to send them out all at once.
The first two people to submit videos are Gizmo and Formerfollier, two of the hardest working activists out there, thanks guys!
I'm in a rush, but I just wanted to tell you that the November issue of Radar Magazine has a three page story about us. The November issue should be available today at Borders Book Stores all over the US. You may want to call in advance to be sure that they have it. Barnes and Noble stocks it, but both stores we visited did not have the latest issue, and according to the store's computer, B&N didn't think they'd get it for another month. We think that was an error because Radar was previously published bi-monthly. Another user reports that a local Barnes and Noble stocks it. So... go to Borders today if you want the November issue in which our 3 page spread is shown. I hope that Kelly and I will be able to scan the article and show it to you (after it's no longer a current issue). Here's what they say on their site: Fame The No-God Squad How a scrappy band of heathens became a media sensation—and gave godlessness a fresh new face. Radars online story simply links to the Blasphemy Challenge video... GREAT EXPOSURE FOR THE VIDEO!
I stumbled upon a funny video tonight while cow tipping Way of the Master on the interwebs.
I think the creator supports us with the portrayal of the very rational question posed and the subtext "Rational Response Squad." I believe the editor of the video is someone who abandoned deism for atheism on a myspace group I was in regularly about a year ago. Nevertheless the South Park segment itself is hilarious. Funny rename of Way of the Retard... "Banana Design Squad."
Former Follier has been busting his ass this morning behind the scenes, helping to pull together a major scandal at Way of the Retard. Check out our sister site that he heads up: http://www.wotmwatchdog.org
Anyway, we've been corresponding for a few hours in IM, just working as usual, until Kelly reminded me that he's getting married today. Here is how that went...
[4:24:57 PM] Brian Sapient says: aren't you getting married today?
[4:39:33 PM] Former Follier says: Yeah. Just waiting for Amanda to get her hair done.
Anyway... Former Follier, like me, you don't stop. I applaud you, and Amanda for putting up with you. May both of you have a very happy life together, and may she allow you the space you need to help fix the world.
This song was originally uncovered by Susan very early on at the RRS message board. I just recently found a good video to go with it...
God doesn't like to be ignored. You better believe, or else! The songwriter's homepage: http://www.johnrbutler.com
Disclaimer: The title of this blog is a parody of "a few good men." It is in no way meant to lessen the effectiveness of female activists.
In the last year I have received hundreds of emails and comments from people asking how they can help. My suggestion was always to use our forums and participate in the projects that you see come up from time to time on our forums. For those who are curious, most issues of importance come up in our alerts section. Here is a feed to our alerts section for your RSS reader
Bulldog, of our forums is using an avatar of a sonic boom. It reminded me that the sonic boom videos are some of my favorite. The first video I pulled up today had a nice scientific explanation.
"Join us as we look into the fascinating topic of supersonic travel and we examine the amazing phenomenon of sonic booms! Don't forget to visit": http://www.sciencemadefun.org.uk
O.J Simpson I Heart Famous People Spoof MSNBC Countdown Keith Olbermann
Normally I'd make a big stink over how much I like guys like this. People that at least try to "get us." Lost in the mix of our fight against evil in Operation Spread Eagle, I am neglecting to remind people that there are Christians and Muslims out there that could live in a world with others... however it's a rare few. I personally would have no problems becoming silent about my atheism, the moment there was no need to speak up. What the religious people see in me today, they've built on their own deck of dishonesty, ignorance, and hate. So as I say a "big fuck you, and snap out of it" to roughly 50% of the world, allow me to point out what I think a "good Christian" looks like.
It's hard to count more than a few Christian names I can respect. Father Matthew Moretz is one of them, and add John Shore to the list.
Thanks John for being the best Christian in the world this week. Feel free to drop him a line and say thanks for trying.
What the Atheists Taught Me
In my last post I asked atheists to talk about their relationship to their guilt.
I've reported quite often over the last week about my sleep schedule. I have slept an average of 2 hours per night over the last week with the exception of my most recent sleep. Yesterday I managed to sleep 12 hours. On Monday I went to bed at 7am after being up for about 19 hours. I woke up at 8:30 am, and felt ready to start my day. It was an odd feeling as if my body has somehow adjusted to needing only 1.5 hrs of sleep a night. I ended up staying awake for 20 hours and going to bed at 4:30 am on Tuesday. Kelly had warned me that if I woke up again after less than 4 hours of sleep, I had to promise to go right back to sleep. I was actually shooting for 5 hours of sleep.