I'm going to start off with the assumption that you arrived here through one of four channels:
2 - You're familiar with my deceased
3 - You've actually been directed here through some form of contact with me, my work, or someone that knows me.
4 - You're lost.
Regardless of how you got here, I'm glad you are. The Daisies and Shit blog is where I bleed out my opinions, desires, frustrations, nerdgasms, and activist urges. Though most of the blog topics are snagged as they wander through my mind, I began two series topics in December of 2011:
The Poly Pocket
As an outspoken individual who has been in a polyamorous marriage* for several years now, I stumble upon some rather interesting misconceptions about the "lifestyle". As so many of these misconceptions are repeated more than they're understood, I feel it's nonsensical for me to address them over and over and over again... but I also feel it's irresponsible for me to simply ignore them. Dedicating a series of blog posts to those misconceptions seems like a nice compromise.
Atheist Arguments I'd Like to Kill
As an individual well versed in Christian apologetics (I was "saved" at the age of seven and self-identified as a fundamentalist evangelical for more than a decade as an adult), my eyes roll involuntarily at the mere mention of some very common Atheist arguments. A handful of these arguments simply make no sense from the perspective of a believer, others are so easily swatted away by rudimentary apologetics they're embarrassing, and some are just plain wrong. In this series, I explore those arguments I'd scornfully banish if given the power, along with a couple of arguments I'd like to see utilized more often.
Thanks for stopping by the crime scene, watch your step.