September 16th, 2007

American Atheists Winter Solstice Gala

Get together with fellow Freethinkers at this seasonal bash sponsored by American Atheists!

Saturday, December 22, 2007
The Crowne Plaza Hotel
Valley Road
Clark, New Jersey

Grand Ballroom (
12:30 pm- 5:00 pm

The Venue:
The Winter Solstice Gala venue is the luxurious Crowne Plaza Hotel (Grand Ballroom, 2nd floor), Clark NJ just off exit 135 of the Garden State Parkway, and two miles from the Rahway Train Station for convenient access to New York City. There is also the Metro Park Station for New Jersey Transit and AMTRAK. You may make shuttle arrangements with the
Crowne Plaza. The hotel is located at 36 Valley Road, Clark, NJ 07066, phone 732-574-0100.

Evening Events


At 6 pm all are invited to tour the American Atheist Center in nearby Cranford and then participate in the taping of The Atheist Viewpoint Cable TV program in the American Atheist Center TV studio.

Kemo D. (a.k.a. no.7) 

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Joke of the Day

A Catholic, a Baptist, and a Mormon are bragging about the size of their families.
"I have four boys and my wife is expecting another. One more son and I'll have a basketball team!" said the Catholic.

"That's nothing!'' said the Baptist. ''I have ten boys now, and my wife is pregnant with another child. One more son and I'll have a football team!"

"You both should be ashamed of yourselves!'' said the Mormon. ''I have seventeen wives. One more and I'll have a golf course!"

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Lasting Images

Anti-War Protests

Hundreds of protesters spell out the word "TREASON" in reference to the war in Iraq in San Francisco, California, September 15, 2007.

Kemo D. (a.k.a. no.7)

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Kemo's Church

Origins of Mormonism

Welcome back! Today we're going to talk about the Origins of Mormonism.

If you happen to have been born with white skin and if you have not lived all your life as a Latter-day Druid nuncio trapped in China since the 1922 reorganization of the Kuomintang, without a doubt you have been visited by pairs of bright-faced, clean-scrubbed, conservatively attired Mormon missionaries, or "elders", as the eighteen-to twenty-year old boys prefer to be called.

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