In times this when the weather is spectacular and I unfortunately have nothing to do, and no one to be with, I get the most depressed. I'd still rather be doing nothing than working. I feel a bit reminiscent of the summer of 2010, when I was unemployed and had all summer long to do essentially nothing. Those were the days, but I do not like being unproductive and idle. There is a compulsion in me that wants to be busy all the time and not waste a day for anything, especially a nice day. Perhaps today is best for a little serious self-reflection. I am finishing up the touches of another refutation of William Lane Craig of his Cosmological Argument. His argument for theism is spearheaded on this and I want to address it, hopefully in a single blog.
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