Thursday, 9 May 2013

T-Immobilized Further

So last night I posted this blog update about T-Mobile unfairly prohibiting the use of entirely legitimate services such as Skype and BT SmartTalk on my £10 a month supposedly “unlimited data” internet Pay As You Go package. Today another nail was hammered into the coffin of this company in the opinion of this particular primate.

Wednesday, 8 May 2013

T-Immobilized Data Plans

Relax, this one isn't about religion, I promise. It is about the free and easy way in which some companies, in this instance T-Mobile UK, bandy around the word 'unlimited' to mislead customers.

I joined T-Mobile way back in 2009 after seeing the following advert on Facebook.

Thursday, 18 April 2013

Solipsism’s Gambit

Every so often I will see a Christian post something along the lines of  “Could you be wrong about everything you think you know?” as though a yes answer would somehow equate to god's inevitable existence. Quite frankly, when I see it I just wonder if the person who posts it has actually thought through the implications or just think they're being, ya know, really clever n' stuff. They're not.

Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Belieb It Or Not

A little analogy which chanced to pass across my synapses earlier today, be thankful there isn't a soundtrack album to accompany this post!

Saturday, 23 March 2013

It Art In The Bible!

Imagine you are standing in an art gallery exhibiting the work of a long dead painter. The painting, whilst not entirely abstract, is not a simple landscape or still life. You stand for some time studying this painting and you take from it a meaning that you feel the artist was trying to convey.

Monday, 18 March 2013

Omniscience VS Free Will, Again!

Although I've already covered this topic elsewhere on my blog, after having attempted to explain this to a particularly stupid pair of theists for over two hours this afternoon, I feel compelled to explain it again, hopefully more clearly.

Friday, 1 February 2013