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San Diego Atheist Group Looks To Spread Non-Belief

The irony, of course, is that Aethism has become a religion with missionaries on the street, organized Sunday services and even a scism between these new evangelic aethists and the traditional aethists who don't feel the need to recruit new non-believers or enagage in formal activities with fellow non-belivers.

Out of this will probably come many shades of aethism and new non-believers will struggle to comprehend which brand of non-belief best fulfills their needs, or lack thereof. "Are you," they will be asked, "a science-based aethist, a reformed aethist, a congregational aethist, an O'Hair traditionalist, or what?"

And, the race will be on to see who can build the first mega Sunday Assembly, led by a charismatic husband and wife team whose non-belief will be positively contagious.

November 22, 2013 at 11:36 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Ex-Navy SEAL Jesse Ventura Wants To Sue Chris Kyle's Widow

"I'm not defending Ventura here, but those of you saying he wasn't a "SEAL" that he was "UDT" are misinformed. When Ventura was in UDT, there wasn't Navy SEALS."

Jesse was 11 years old when the first Navy SEAL teams were created. He did some tough training or sure, but he was not a SEAL team member.

June 18, 2013 at 7:19 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Transgender Woman Who Deserted Marines 31 Years Ago Gets Honorable Discharge (Video)

It reminds me of that San Diego area woman had escaped from jail in Michigan many years ago and was found living under a fake name. She basically got a free ride on that apparently because she had been a member of the upright citizen's brigade. The message is: commit a crime, avoid getting caught for decades and be (or become) a sympathetic woman, and you get a Get Out Jail pass. Now if you did caught and did not escape, you did your time and pretty much have no chance for a retroactive pardon now. This why I say that "fair" is something only found in Del Mar each summer, not in the so-called justice system. Double-standards abound.

January 14, 2013 at 2:59 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

San Diego's Airport Woes Have Long History

Interesting, but T. Claude Ryan did not build the Spirit of St Louis and did not even own the company which did build it, even though that company had "Ryan" in it's name. B.F. Mahoney owned the company and made the Spirit a reality while T. Claude Ryan merely benefited from the confusion. Had Mahoney changed the company name after buying it, Ryan likely would have become an obscure figure in aviation history.

May 6, 2012 at 3:13 p.m. ( | suggest removal )