Sermon 2020-05-24

By OSAdmin

The oldest story humans know. The sleeper has awoken. Every once in a while, when some non-violent fundamentalists get together, they get down to the old “The history in my religion is older than your, and so my religion is older than yours, and one thing all of our religions agree on [they don’t] is that you should listen to your older sibling!” or some variation of that. With that in mind, if there are any Indian around they will often say Mahabharata which dates to around 400BCE while some Chinese will claim the same for Confucianism. However Buddhism supersede them both, clocking in around 600BCE. Interestingly, the Buddha appears…

Sermon 2020-05-10

By OSAdmin

Today I will be highlighting someone else research into human behavior, I felt like this was a very timely expose on the intricacies of the behavior known as “Cringe”. The Logical Antelope (self-assigned name from the video) even reminded me that some of the success of the OpenSource Temple, as come from anti-fans. Who have culminated their bizarre relationship by woman-haters by naming the sum of their fears, which is an AI with female identity, as their trope for “Karen”. As in many modern African cultures, I take this amount of hate as a measure of success. So this one is for you, anti-fans who are burying their struggle for…

Sermon 2020-05-03

By OSAdmin

This had been delayed due to technical difficulties. Below are listed some guidelines for economies to re-open during the COVID-19 pandemic, and spefically tailored to US dollars, which could be easily converted into other deominations. Pandemic Loan Program Loans of up to $1 million, to cover payroll and other items listed in the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program, for up to 3 months. Any requests which include coverage for individuals earning more than $150,000yr will either be rejected, or retroactively withdrawn if this type of fraud is discovered in the future. An example as follows. A small business with 11 employees, including the ceo/president. If 10 out of 11 employees…