Thursday, November 27, 2014

Stephen Colbert Sums Up GOP on Climate Change

Stephen Colbert Sums Up GOP on Climate Change: ‘We Don’t Know What the F*ck We’re Talking About’

Beef Baby Jesus

Under pressure from the network, Daniel reveals how viewers can create their own beef babies.

Tosh.0 - Beef Baby Jesus
November 2014

Scientology Holidays and Happy Thanksgiving 2014

First: Happy Thanksgiving and I love you ALL from the top and bottom of my heart! :) Secondly, people ask me all the time: "Do Scientologist celebrate the Holidays? (Meaning people "in" the phony "church" of $cientology). This answers that, to some degree. May you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving and remember to celebrate all that you do have!

Atheist Bible Study: GHOST JEW!

Jake and Hugo read about Saul's meeting with the ghost of Samuel!

Atheist Bible Study #61: GHOST JEW!

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Atheist Bible Study: Winter is Coming, also Joe Dirt

Hugo and Jake do their best to decipher the political drama that is Second Samuel.

Atheist Bible Study #63: Winter is Coming, also Joe Dirt
The Bible Reloaded, November 2014

An Evening with Matt Dillahunty - Interviewed at the Atheist Community of San Jose

Matt Dillahunty was interviewed at the Atheist Community of San Jose by Brian Broome on October 1, 2014. Q&A follows the interview.

We apologize for the camera issues, as we had one person running three cameras. There are no slides or charts, just a simple interview.

Dan Harris: Think You're a Good Multitasker? Stop Lying

ABC News Correspondent Dan Harris explains why anyone who boasts about their ability to multitask is lying to themselves. "We literally neurologically cannot do more than one thing at a time," says Harris, who instead defines what we consider multitasking as "doing many things poorly." Harris is the author of 10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works--A True Story (

Dan Harris: What I love about this notion of multitasking is people brag about how good they are at it. In fact, it’s a lie. It’s a lie we’re telling ourselves over and over again. I have a friend named Janice Marturano who’s a former executive at General Mills and she now teaches meditation to corporate executives all over America and all over the world. As she pointed out to me, multitasking is a computer derived term. Computers have many processors. We have only one processor. We literally neurologically cannot do more than one thing at a time.

So every time you think you’re multitasking, essentially that’s a short way of saying you’re doing many things poorly. What I’ve learned to do – and it’s hard – is to try to do one thing at a time. So if I’m on the phone I turn off my computer monitor and actually listen, radical as it may sound, to the person to whom I’m speaking. If I’m working on a story at work, writing a story, I shut down my email and try to actually focus on what I’m doing. And what I’ve found is that I move through my tasks in a much more rapid way, in a much more effective way and I’m doing a better job. Now I’m not gonna lie to you, there are times when we have to multitask. There’s no question about it. Things get so hectic in my office and I’m sure in the lives of anybody who’s watching this where multitasking becomes impossible to avoid. I found myself walking down the hallway the other day with a glass of water hanging out of my mouth and I’m typing away on my Blackberry and walking at the same time. So I’m a huge hypocrite on this score, there’s no question about it. But I do my best to avoid it because I know I do my best work when I’m only doing one thing at a time.

Directed / Produced by Jonathan Fowler, Elizabeth Rodd, and Dillon Fitton

Skeptic's Review - The Bible: Ruth & Esther: Part 2

Gabby and Lili tell us some stories through art.

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