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Amanda

Amanda is a science grad student in Boston whose favorite pastimes are having friendly debates and running amok.

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  1. It’s really hard for me to get across to friends and coworkers that chiropractic manipulation is pseudoscience, given the number of health insurance plans that cover it. What’s worse is that most states require health insurance plans to cover it.

  2. Leaving aside how horrendously insensitive it is for a “man of the cloth” to tell people *they* are to blame for fires that killed 200-plus … doesn’t southern Australia have bush fires every year? And if that’s the case, it’s no great trick for that CTF minister to predict destructive bush fires. I’ll be impressed if he can produce proof of a “vision” foretelling 200-plus deaths, and a record of accurate forecasts in preceding years.

  3. How is it that these ‘pastors’ think that their countries particular form of godlessness leads to disaster? If true godlessness were the cause of disasters wouldn’t Sweden be off the map by now? (Recent polls suggesting upwards of 80% of Swedes are atheists)

  4. Ain’t it amazing how such “visions” tend to be voiced after the fact? Hallelujah! And so coincidental, concerning the name of the Church!

    If I were to meet that man, I would punch him in the face. Jesus (pardon the word), but these fake prophets piss me off!

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