Monday, December 31, 2007

Optihumanist Principles 2007

As is my annual tradition, I have updated my Optihumanist Principles for the year 2007. I think the wording gets a bit smoother each year.

Happy New Year to all. If you have not already done so already, I encourage you to make a New Year's Resolution. I think this is a fine tradition.


3 comments:

Joe23235 said...

You really need a hobby besides wasting our tax dollars money to defend these silly lawsuits.

Only in American can one voice (due to a lawsuit or threatening of one) can take away thousands of other people rights. You don't like a minute of silence in schools, so you expect that everyone else shouldn't get that minute.
Is that fair? Just because YOU
don't agree with something, nobody else should do it?

Basically what you are trying to do is have our rights taken away. That's not a good thing ever.

Rogue said...

Sorry, I don't follow useless traditions like New Year's Resolutions.

What kind of voodoo, witch doctor garbage is it where you wait until the beginning of the year to resolve to change bad habits.
(Bad habits like frivolous lawsuits.)

TXatheist said...

joe, You don't think it's only David wanting this do you? I also do. md457@hotmail.com if you wish to discuss.