How people found this site

November 30, 2022 • 1:00 pm

Just for grins, here’s the list of the top internet searches that brought people to this site in the last couple of days:

The Russian one translates as “atheist Mark Tegmark”. I have no comment on #4 save that if I were a Catholic priest, I’d respond, “It depends where you touch.”

13 thoughts on “How people found this site

    1. That’s the only one I can think of that fits. Though why a physicist also being an atheist might be in the slightest bit remark-worthy defeats me.

  1. I have no comment on #4 save that if I were a Catholic priest, I’d respond, “It depends where you touch.”

    That was pretty much what the boys in my 7th grade parochial school health class were told — just touching your privates was a venial sin; touching to completion was a mortal sin.

    I heard from the 7th-grade girls that they were told by a nun in another classroom at the same time not to wear patent leather shoes.

    1. I’ve heard that masturbation is an issue for Catholics men because they are not supposed to spill their seed. But it should be okay for women, right? I understand that the clergy are all-round spoilsports, but is there something in the Bible that they can bend to forbid women from doing it?

        1. OTOH, Catholic chicks may want to consult with their parish priests rather than rely on my advice before rubbing one out. 🙂

        2. I’m not aware of a female equivalent to Onan either (as an aside: many languages have the word ‘onanism’), BUT many people, particularly people of certain religious and political identities, think that we are on Earth to help others. How much of our caloric expenditure helps the wider community (secular donations to charity, religious donations, government donations tax); the mentality holds that ‘wasting’ those calories (or any monies derived therefrom) on ourselves is selfish.

  2. What’s up with the UUC? The only thing I could find was some silly comments reported in a post back on Sept 7th.

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