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Links 1 through 10 of 36 by Marilyn Cole tagged religion

I LOVE this guy lately.

"It doesn't take much blasphemy to note how all religions are, across the board, brazen, synthetic freakshows, far stranger and more surreal in their oddball accumulation of fetishes and rituals than anything your average agnostic, atheist or Burning Man devotee could come up with in her happiest LSD-soaked dreamgasm. You ever been to a Catholic mass? A Mormon temple? A mosque? Disneyland on acid, people. And not in the good way."

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I LOVE this guy lately.

"It doesn't take much blasphemy to note how all religions are, across the board, brazen, synthetic freakshows, far stranger and more surreal in their oddball accumulation of fetishes and rituals than anything your average agnostic, atheist or Burning Man devotee could come up with in her happiest LSD-soaked dreamgasm. You ever been to a Catholic mass? A Mormon temple? A mosque? Disneyland on acid, people. And not in the good way."

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HA! She's a funny girl. (One of my favorite things in the world.)

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HA! She's a funny girl. (One of my favorite things in the world.)

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Beautiful visualizations of the data on relationships between people and places within the Bible.

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Beautiful visualizations of the data on relationships between people and places within the Bible.

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A thought-provoking article. Did we have a distinct sense of self 400 years ago? Did depression arrive with it? What does that mean for our currently shifting ideas of privacy? They didn't exist then either.

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A thought-provoking article. Did we have a distinct sense of self 400 years ago? Did depression arrive with it? What does that mean for our currently shifting ideas of privacy? They didn't exist then either.

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