Daily Archives: December 29, 2004

Heh heh heh.

Apparently, in the conversation at Chad’s place, someone got his feelings hurt. I particularly like this comment about me: “Obviously Scalzi is a genius in line for a MacArthur grant; obviously he is someone whose very cyber-presence confers beneficence. Though, actually, when you read what he writes he comes off as a sort of self-important […]

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Maxims for Non-Believers

The other day Chad Orzel excerpted my post on teaching Athena about Christmas and did a compare and contrast with a comment about religion from another blogger who is a non-believer. This prompted a comment from a reader (who is, presumably, also a non-believer): “I really can’t approve of John Scalzi’s Laodicean attitude. Believe, if […]

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