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If God Got Notes On The Ten Commandments From A Friend

Posted in Humorous by Skepdude on October 22, 2008

When you write something, it’s good to get an outside perspective on what you’ve written. And since God knows everything, he also probably knows that. Thus, we’re pretty sure before he sent the Ten Commandments down to earth, he probably got a few notes on them from a friend first.



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Va. pharmacy follows faith, no birth control sales

Posted in News by Skepdude on October 22, 2008

CHANTILLY, Va. – A new drug store at a Virginia strip mall is putting its faith in an unconventional business plan: No candy. No sodas. And no birth control. Divine Mercy Care Pharmacy is among at least seven pharmacies across the nation that are refusing as a matter of faith to sell contraceptives of any kind, even if a person has a prescription.

States across the country have been wrestling with the issue of pharmacists who refuse on religious grounds to dispense birth control or morning-after pills, and some have enacted laws requiring drug stores to fill the prescriptions.

In Virginia, though, pharmacists can turn away any prescription for any reason.

“I am grateful to be able to practice,” pharmacy manager Robert Semler said, “where my conscience will never be violated and my faith does not have to be checked at the door each morning.”


My Interview With Mark And Mark on 9/11 Myths

Posted in Podblack Cat by Skepdude on October 22, 2008

Religious Bigotry

Posted in Skepdude by Skepdude on October 22, 2008