Thursday, January 15, 2009

Moving On

OK, I know when to stop something that is not working. I admit, my Dawkins posts were far-fetched. Even so, I was having fun with them. I was even planning on comparing him to Ayn Rand because of his long-winded, winding, circular reasoning, sarcastic, and completely pointless (he presents not one shred of evidence to support his ideas--just circular reasoning that can't be proven) chapter four in The Blind Watchmaker.

But, as I moderate the comments, I see that my Dawkins posts ain't even bein' commented on. That tells me that no one reads them, or no one gets it but everyone is nice enough to not call me a weirdo :). So, on I move. No big.

(BTW--most comments are from you greedy-grubbers wanting to win the Tosca Lee book. I don't blame you one bit. "Free book"--those words are music to my ears, too! And BELIEVE ME, whoever wins is gonna be a happy camper, cos Demon is goooood! I'll be posting a full review soon. I still have a couple of chapters left.)

Yes, I know, this post was pretty meaningless. But I was playing around to figure out how to add pictures, and had to write something as an excuse to put that adorable picture of my son in here!


Shawna K. Williams said...

Well, I like meaningless posts Kat. I'm going to have to go back and read your Dawkins stuff though because now I'm curious.

Kat Heckenbach said...

It was the inspiration of a late night--lack of sleep and mind wandering...mentally exploring places probably best left hidden.