About in shade
A cocktail of personality traits hard to digest for some but ultimately soothing for those who can. I observe, enjoy, travel, interact, photograph, dance, contemplate, write and love my way through this life's countless occurrences. This blog is a way to share with the world and its people some of the treasures they give me every day.
- ONLY good without god/s: why if you are a believer you are terribly immoral.
- God deserves to burn in hell
- Gods’ PR agents – why do they suck?
- What it is like to be a Muslim woman, and why we know what freedom is (and you may not)
- New Year’s Eve Message to the World 2013: Fear of Success
- Dirty laundry
- The immoral, unhappy, angry, traumatized, lost, purposeless, dimwit atheist
- 15 Things You Should Give Up To Be Happy – or maybe not…
- Murderer can walk free… And it’s somehow perfectly ‘reasonable’, too.
- ██ ████ ████████
- Turns out pedophilia is okay…
- You make me sick and tired, so I challenge you to answer the following:
- Transgender child who is lucky to have amazing parents
Category Archives: How to…
Aaaaaand as it sometimes happens, I have created a monster – wheee! So today, kids, the things that we are going to look at are censorship, politeness and airing dirty laundry. On the one hand, there is a certain ‘rule’ … Continue reading
We run into a lot of circular arguments with people when basic terminology remains grossly misunderstood, so here is a quick easy break-down for anyone who ever runs into “evolution is/isn’t true” wall with other people. It’s nothing more than … Continue reading
(From The Skeptic’s Guide to the Universe) What is a logical fallacy? All arguments have the same basic structure: A therefore B. They begin with one or more premises (A), which is a fact or assumption upon which the argument is … Continue reading
University hallway, break after the first Microeconomics test. I’m being questioned on the subject of the best places to go to around the city by a few students who have just arrived. In the end of the break, somehow, one … Continue reading