Three Thing Friday

1. Rough Day – This is probably going to be a really short blog (applause). For some reason, I could not sleep last night. I think that I got between two and three hours of sleep in total.

All day at work I was struggling to stay away, more so than usual. Coffee didn’t help. Getting up and walking around did help. I have no idea what was on my mind, but sleep did not come.

2. Under attack – I am not going to say that I was actually attack, but there were some interesting things said this week to and about atheists. First, some senator in Arizona wants to make church attendance mandatory. That is an interesting theory. I guess if one forgets about the separation of church and state, and the freedom of religion, this may be possible. But I would love to see them try and enforce this law. Hell, I wouldn’t even pay the fines. Or maybe I would go; I imagine I could fall asleep in church just as much as I could anywhere else.

The other thing that happened was that one of the idiots from Duck Dynasty used a very graphic story about a rape to talk about atheists. The story was pretty impressive. A family gets raped in front of a father. His wife and his daughter who then have their throats cut. This story is supposed to show that we atheists want the rapist to suffer. And he may be right, but it doesn’t mean that I will believe that they will suffer damnation. Personally if this were ever to happen to me (not likely, I mean a wife and kids? Odds are against it), I know that they would suffer in this world. And if this would occur, it would just be even more proof that there is evil in man, but no greater being. I guess we see what we want to see.

3. Cruuuuuuuuuuuuz – This guy scares me. He is like a fictional character, only not as smart. He compared himself to Galileo because he doesn’t believe in climate change. However, there is a difference. Galileo science behind him, unlike Cruz. Cruz could have compared himself to Pope Urban VIII. Now that would have been accurate.

*As tired as I am, I am not taking the time to do my usual second review, or even my first one. Deal.