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    Death by Caps Lock

    Proux admits in his introduction that he is not a writer. He is not setting out an academic defence of his worldview. But he has read a lot of free-thinking literature, and encountered many deceitful people, and he's as mad as hell about - well, just about everybody, but especially theists. I think it was worth reading this book, firstly for some amusing personal anecdotes, and secondly to be reminded what I would sound like if I abandoned norms of politeness, respect and restraint to let all those people who disagree with me know just what I think of them and their stupid beliefs.
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    Lies have ruined the world

    This must be manditory reading for all university applicants. Teaching religion in a universiy setting is comical if not tragic. d -
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    Lies have ruined the world

    Overall it's a very insightful book. Can't say it's very well written, but it doesn't have to be. The book is trying to make a very clear point, which is, do not trust people or institutions.
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