Tuesday, January 24, 2006

I HAVE A BLOG NOW

I've been posting my comments to the internet, off and on, for years. You can check out my original commentary page here: http://www.io.com/unigames/commentary.html.

Today, I figured it was finally time to take advantage of the technology that's evolved to help folks do what I've been doing all along. The first thing I did was migrate all of my old postings over here. That's why every post preceding this one has its own separate date - because that's when I originally wrote it.

I don't know when I'll post something new. As you can see from my previous writings, sometimes I shut up for long periods of time. But hey, maybe this whole blog thing will inspire me. Or else, maybe some new hideous religious or right-wing political nonsense will get me started. One never knows, does one?

6 Comments:

At 10:49 PM, Blogger JDM said...

Jeff!
It's damn good to see that you have a blog and are writing again. However, since it is 1:45 am just after a St. Paddy's day brough-haha I have nothing intelligent to add to the grand conversation.
Still. Welcome back. It's good to see you writing again.
-J

 
At 9:22 PM, Blogger KENTHEMAN said...

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At 5:53 AM, Blogger Jeff Dee said...

To Ken from Indiana:

I've deleted your post, partly because it's rude to type in all capital letters but mostly because it had nothing to do with the topic, "I Have A Blog Now".

I'd be more than happy to respond to your difficulties with science if you'd care to post it (not in all caps, please) in response to an appropriate topic, such as (for example) a topic that has to do with evolution, cosmology, or even my own objections to religion.

Thank you,
-Jeff Dee

 
At 11:11 PM, Blogger OzAtheist said...

nice to see you have a blog now.

Just wondering if you still play 'hide the gideons bible'

came across your old site a while back and thought the idea was a bit of fun.

Wife and I actually hid a bible recently in a hotel in Darwin Australia. Tried to hide one in Sydney too but everything was bolted down or nailed to a wall - no hiding places at all, very disappointing.

Off to stay in another hotel this weekend, so hopefully we can find a hiding place.

Like to know if I can steal your idea and run it on my blog?
http://ozatheist.wordpress.com/
which I've just started up.

 
At 1:46 AM, Blogger Jeff Dee said...

Hello Ozatheist!

Yes, you're welcome to talk about "Hide the Bible" on your blog.

If enough people start playing it, perhaps we can start a league ;-)

 
At 10:59 AM, Blogger SkeleTony said...

When I was young and smoked cigarettes I and my friends played a game called "Use the Bible's pages as rolling papers" which was similar to the "Hide the Bible" game but more permanent.

Now days I do not even bother hiding Bibles(those nuts always find 'em!). Instead I pick up Bibles, open them to random pages, break out my notepad and scribble down problematic questions and such, leaving those notes like a bookmark within the Bible.
Typical questions are along the lines of "Why does an omni-max God need a Rube Goldberg-type plan involving the impregnation of a human woman, followed by the torture and sacrifice of her/their son in order to allow himself to forgive US for something that someone else allegedly did 4,000 years prior?".

 

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