Have I Ever Wanted to Read A Book More?

Here is review of this intreaguing book, In Defence Of Atheism :

“In the twenty-first century, religion is making a comeback, bringing in its wake extremism of all kinds. From Christian anti-abortion campaigns to suicide bombers claiming the righteousness of Islam, we are witnessing a resurgence of religious fundamentalism. Michel Onfray’s response to the threat of a post-modern theocracy is to lay down the principles of an authentic atheism: exposing the fiction that is God, he proposes a new philosophy of reason that celebrates life and humanity. “In Defence of Atheism” demonstrates that organised religion is motivated by worldly, historical and political power; that the three dominant monotheisms – Christianity, Islam and Judaism – exhibit the same hatred of women, reason, the body, the passions; that religion denies life and glorifies death. Onfray exposes some uncomfortable truths: Judaism invented the extermination of a people; Jesus never existed historically; Christianity was enforced with extreme violence by Constantine; Islam is anti-Semitic, misogynist, warlike and incompatible with the values of a modern democracy.”

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RIP Sherri Martel aka Sensational Sherri

I was saddened to hear about the death of Sherri Martel. Most longtime wrestling fans would know her as Scary Sherri or Sensational Sherri. Her husband of 10 years confirmed her death and at this time the cause is not known yet. She was 49 and at her mother’s residence in Birmingham, Alabama at the time. This was on the 15th of June.

Sherri was a former WWF/WWE Women’s Champion and is inducted into the WWE Wrestling Hall Of Fame. She was also a valet & manager for several superstars like Ted Dibiase, Shawn Michaels & Randy ‘Macho Man’ Savage. She will be sorely missed.

Who is your fav Bond?

I woke up today to the sound of what sounded like a Bond movie. I put my glasses on, opened my door and yes indeed there was a Bond movie playing on the tv. Two actually, shown back to back on Star Movies. My father, having woken up much earlier, was watching them. They were both movies in which Roger Moore was Bond – Live And Let Live & A View To A Kill, both of which are Bond movies that I consider to be classics. I also liked him as The Saint & in The Persuaders but to my dad, Moore was The Bond, equaled by none and towering over the others. My dad does like both Sean Connery & Pierce Brosnan but Moore is his favourite. I admit that I preferred Roger Moore as Bond, as much as I think that Connery is the man, that is until Brosnan got the part. I think Brosnan was the best Bond. I don’t care what you or my father thinks.