Two students started …

Two students started a school club called the Satanist Thought Society and declared thats purpose was “to separate church and state completely.” Parents and classmates became outraged, and there are quotes from students who belong to the school’s Christian Club saying “I’m offended” and “It’s just a negative that doesn’t belong in the school.” What’s completely wrong with this point of view is that many people can say the same thing about the Christian Club. If the Satanist’s Club is to not be allowed in school then the Christian Club should also be banned. It’s called religious tolerance. Yay for the First Ammendment.

Leonard has a list of how some web sites are rendering in the web browser for the T-Mobile Sidekick. HTTP_USER_AGENT: Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; AvantGo 3.2; ProxiNet; Danger hiptop 1.0).

Why Is It So Hard to Get a Cab in This Town? (San Francisco)

Someone said recently (I’m paraphrasing), “A weblog feels naked without a photo.” I agree. Expect more photos on CamWorld in the future.

National Review: Misunderstanding the U.S.

I am really, really tempted to buy a T-Mobile Sidekick, but I may wait for the Nokia 3650 which comes out next spring. A color screen and Bluetooth capabilities are two very big selling points. However, I still think the QWERTY keyboard of the Hiptop is it’s best feature. [Thanks randomfoo]

IHT: Disaster in Botswana. “An astonishing 39 percent of the adult population is infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.” Yikes.

Posted by Cameron Barrett at October 2, 2002 09:10 PM

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