Women and combative atheism – “Atheism by its nature is “combative” – at least, active or outspoken or explicit or “movement” atheism is. Movement atheism is naturally combative.” Do you agree?
Experts suspicious of company’s gas-saving claims – “The product, it says, improves mileage by up to 15 per cent while reducing toxic emissions as much as 80 per cent, and boosting performance — at a cost of $150 to $350, depending on whether the fuel is gasoline or diesel, and the size of the tank.” From Andy.
Amanda is a science grad student in Boston whose favorite pastimes are having friendly debates and running amok.
punchdrunk @delphi_ote People have sympathy for the parents even when the parents have abused, abandoned, neglected, and even murdered their children. 'Awful, but understandable' is a... – Mar 07, 8:34 PM
chemgeek Non-disabled parents already totally dominate popular discourse about autism in particular and developmental and cognitive disability in general. Exactly how much more of a voice... – Mar 07, 8:26 PM
Paul with only reasoned and rational responses I don't think we should be moving to irrational responses. We condemn those roundly, and for good reason. It... – Mar 07, 8:23 PM
delphi_ote Having sympathy for a parent in a difficult situation? Considering giving them a voice? Literally worse than Hitler. – Mar 07, 7:15 PM
marilove "That being said – I don’t generally curse in internet discussions." What the fuck. Why do you think that was important to share? I don't... – Mar 07, 5:52 PM
marilove You used the world cussing in the way that they were implying OTHERS use that word (and other words used to silence). Do you not... – Mar 07, 5:48 PM
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