–Governor Jerry Brown signs into law a bill that will take away the “personal belief exemptions” parents claim to avoid having their child vaccinated.
–Anti-vax wingnut, Jim Carrey, goes on a Twitter rant about thimerosal, exposing his own ignorance of basic chemistry, and calling Gov. Brown a “corporate fascist.”
–But how can anyone preach that brand of nonsense? A totally preventable measles death in the United States just happened.
–We review the James Randi documentary, “An Honest Liar,” which recently made its debut on Netflix.
–The Oklahoma Supreme Court rules 7-2 that the Ten Commandments monument at the Oklahoma State Capitol building must be removed.
–While we’re on the subject of religion, we do another segment of Bobby’s Bible Study. In this installment, Bobby asks a Christian co-worker to explain sections of the Bible, and it doesn’t go well.
–“I’m not religious, but I’m sending you good vibes,” is a common thing Jason sees on Facebook threads where someone has suffered a loss. He thinks it is kind of “wooey,” but at the same time, wonders how a skeptic or an atheist can offer a positive remark without coming across similarly?
–Have you heard about this weird incident where an unknown person calling themselves “The Watcher” sent creepy and vaguely threatening letters to the new owners of a house? New DNA tests on the letter suggest it may be a woman.
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