In preparation for the SGU-24 show (just a few short days away) I’ve been reading through some old articles that Perry DeAngelis wrote for the New England Journal of Skepticism. As I read his articles, I can hear his voice clearly in my head reading these to me, and I am taken back to the [...]
With our SGU-24 show rapidly approaching, I’ve been busy at work doing show-prep. It has cut in to some of my blogging time, so my next few blog posts will be a shorter than normal. Fortunately, there are little news item out there that deserve recognition without a need to delve too deeply.
For instance, [...]
My childhood summers were spent camping with my family. My grandparents, parents, aunts. uncles and cousins on my mom’s side of the family all had trailers at a campground by the South Nation River. The best days of my life were spent growing up there. Something that was never apparent to me when I was growing up [...]
This past Friday, The Mayor of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, finished participating in a three-day prayer and fasting ceremony which was organized by local religious leaders. Mayor Linda Thompson was quite candid in her remarks:
In a statement this week, she said: “I am honored and pleased with the diverse participation of our religious leaders [...]
We’ve been getting some tremendous emails lately from listeners who have ‘Escaped to Reality’ from what was once a skeptic-less existence. Because the vast majority of present-day skeptics have been there before (I know of very few people who grew up as skeptical kids) we can relate to anecdotes such as this. That The Skeptics’ [...]