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Random Thoughts and a Great Video

Yesterday, I spoke to the Northern Ohio Chapter of CFI–the Center for Inquiry. It was refreshing to be in a group where science and empirical evidence are respected–especially on a day when yet another embarrassing Congressman (on the Science subcommittee, no less!) makes a fool of himself.

One of the highlights of the program was this video created by one of the members, Mark Tiborsky. It’s a bit long, but really funny.

For me, another highlight was meeting lots of bright, nice people–all of whom seemed to have more than a nodding acquaintence with the Constitution!–and finally getting to meet Ed Brayton, whose blog–Dispatches from the Culture Wars–has been a favorite of mine. (If that isn’t on your personal blogroll, it should be.)

Me with the rest of the panel--Ed Tabash, Ed Brayton and Michael De Dora

Watch the video!