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Skepchick Sundaylies! Mary, Queen of the Jurassic, Pinteresting New Years, and Finding a Job in Academia

Teen Skepchick

The Physics Philes, lesson 125: Timmy Fell Down the Potential Well
Mindy tip-toes into the world of molecular energy.

Godly Marriage and Other Christian Cruelties
Elizabeth explains how her upbringing gave her a messsed up view marriage relationships.

Mad Art Lab

Unearthing the World Jurassic: Mary Anning and the Founding of Paleontology
Meet the under-appreciated behind modern paleontology.

Bible Blacked Out: My Country Tortures
Share your own blacked out poetry.

School of Doubt

On the Market I: Bespoke Courses
Dan begins chronicling his experiences on the academic job market, starting with custom courses he’s had to design for various searches.

On the Market I: Brown M&M’s
Peter Nonacs responds to Dan’s post with the faculty/hiring committee perspective.

Grounded Parents

Good Cheer
Lance talks about the Ethical Society of St. Louis and explains what the Good Cheer festival is.

A Very Pinterest-ing New Year’s Eve With Kids
Nobody is perfect–except on Pinterest. At least, that’s how it feels! Jenny goes over how to have a New Year’s Eve party with Pinterest. (How did we even throw parties before all these neat tricks and decoration thingies?)

Internet Meme Demolition Derby: My Promise as a Parent
Lou takes down the “I’m not your friend–I’m your parent” meme. It is possible to be a good parent without using fear to rule your children. And if you tell your kids that you are stalking them because you love them, well, that is just downright abusive.

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Mindy is an attorney and Managing Editor of Teen Skepchick. She hates the law and loves stars. You can follow her on Twitter and on Google+.

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