The atheists are meeting!

The USU SHAFT opening social is happening Friday, January 16 at 6 p.m. in Old Main 006 (six at six, see, you won’t forget!). Pizza and snacks will be provided, and we’ll probably have a movie showing as well. Bring your friends, games, and whatever else you want; it will be a good time!

Author: Huenemann

Curious about the ways humans use their minds and hearts to distract themselves from the meaninglessness of life.

2 thoughts on “The atheists are meeting!”

  1. Thanks to shaft and Jon (?) for putting this together. It was a nice gathering and pretty fun, in spite of some possessed soda bottles that left the table mess. We all got some pizza, had chats and watched some insane youtube videos, as well as some really funny shows from an old British parody of educational television, which showed the importance of studying Intelligent Calcium and the cDonald’s Theorem.
    Here’s a link to the episode about Calcium, and most importantly, the dangers of the Helvitica scenario!

    By the way, I’ll be announcing this also at some of the meetings, but I’ll have a radio show starting in the next few weeks on late Friday nights, featuring my own music and sometimes rambling observational commentary. Its a cultural show, so I’ll also be devoting some shows to a mix of music and reading Plato, Milton, Nietzsche (maybe in native German) and other great works.
    I’m announcing it because I’d like to open it up as an opportunity for any students, faculty or philosophers to get their own work out in another forum, through an interview or playing segments of a presentation. I’ll have plenty of artistic control, so it can be done a variety of ways. I realize the audience may or may not have the same quantity as a conference, but I’d still like to open it up as a chance to get your voice across and discussion going. I can also ratchet down the intensity of the music for the sake of the potential audience to make it more accessible.
    My only rule would be to keep the language clean (so probably no Kleiner/Huenemann debates haha), a single violation is a monstrous fine and the loss of a lot of jobs.

    Also, another plug for the Elitist Book Club. We’ll be reading a bit of Paradise Lost for this semester and perhaps Shakespeare afterward. Let me know if you want to come along!

    Sorry for all the self promotion, Thanks again for putting this party together, I had a great time.


  2. I hate to disrupt the enjoyable and fascinating debate between Huenemann and Kleiner preceding this post, but I just wanted to remind any interested in attending the Elitist Book Club meetings this semester, they will be Mondays at 6 pm at the Quadside Cafe attached to Kleiner’s favorite library ever (haha).
    Sadly, dear friend Dan will not be able to attend, but he has expressed to me his hope that we can continue on, which we will! The optional reading (due to availability and time) this week is the first book of Paradise Lost, and we will discuss it and any other ideas for books, as well as anything people would like to bring up or vent out.
    All are welcome! I’ll be glad to fight for space and yank out extra chairs from under other people to provide for guests. First meeting is tomorrow night!


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