IceMetalPunk
IceMetalPunk
7/6/15
3:32 PM
2

Yes, but when they have a private meeting area, or website devoted to their cause, and atheists come running in trying to offend them and make the most outrageous posts possible...I just don’t see how that helps. Read more

5/1/15
3:31 PM
14

I’m sure that some of the members see it as an online parody religion more akin to the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster than an actual system of beliefs. Read more

4/30/15
7:02 PM
28

Uh, I’m being paid to watch it. I don’t blog for free...

4/30/15
6:00 PM
51

I should probably follow your example and start commenting on recaps of bad shows to point out to the writer how it’s not a good use of her time, huh

4/23/15
9:21 AM
2

Yup. “The government” and “scientists” and “big phrama” and “corporations” all as boogie-men.

1/21/15
1:36 PM
2

Any sufficiently advanced incompetence is indistinguishable from malice.

1/21/15
8:43 AM
2

Good summary. I also wouldn't say that Healthcare.gov SENT it so much as exposed it. The referrer is technically sent by the browser.

1/20/15
3:51 PM
7

Your experience is very different from mine.

1/11/15
1:58 PM
1

That was about the dumbest marketing idea ever. I mean sure if you worked for a company that was never goign to release a replacement, but Apple?

1/7/15
7:35 PM
2

Yeah I was kind of hoping for it to be post-human sci-fi when they mentioned the neural activity in the pup, but... It's another generic girl is possessed and does demony things flick.

1/7/15
4:52 PM
4

Oops, I was writing quickly and completely flubbed my description of Gram-positive versus Gram-negative. It's fixed now!

1/7/15
4:15 PM
1

Yup! There's a also already a class of antibotics that inhibit cell wall synthesis, β-Lactam antibiotics (like Ampicillin and Penicillin) and to my knowledge it's one of the most common antibiotic resistance a bacteria can have because its so widely used.

1/7/15
3:57 PM
1

I know! They may not have the type that are vulnerable to this antibiotic, but these species do have cell walls.

6/22/14
12:47 PM
4

Being hungover — from beer, not vodka —, I can't quite follow your math, but I certainly disagree with it! As I do with nearly any math, anyway. Read more

5/30/14
8:34 PM
99

Why is "greater than four times a week" the top option? Based on my own frequency, I imagined there were several individual levels above that, each with their own percent-responses. Read more