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Posted on July 6 at 10:26 p.m.

Contrary to the headline, the reading of Steve Allen's Script IS a five-way discussion, as described in the text.

After the event you're invited to dinner, whether you can go to the 2:30pm performance or not - 5pm at the Mesa Cafe, 1972 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara. Please e-mail your need for seating to Activities@SantaBarbaraHumanists.org or phone 805-687-2371.

On <em>Meeting of Minds</em>

Posted on May 15 at 3:50 p.m.

Join us for dinner after the meeting: 5pm at the Ming Dynasty Chinese Restuarant, 290-G Storke Road (in the Kmart Center, near the Storke/Hollister intersection) in Goleta. Please send an e-mail to Activities@SantaBarbaraHumanists.org to reserve your seating.

On <em>Street Gangs: A Solutions-Oriented Community Forum</em>

Posted on May 15 at 3:48 p.m.

For non-believers certain they won't be raptured, don't be hungry at the end of the world! Join the Humanist Society for dinner: 5pm Saturday, May 21st at the Ming Dynasty Chinese Restuarant, 290-G Storke Road (in the Kmart Center, near the Storke/Hollister intersection) in Goleta. Please send an e-mail to Activities@SantaBarbaraHumanists.org to reserve your seating.

On Mayor Files Lawsuit to Block End of World

Posted on May 15 at 8:47 a.m.

Nick -- Thanks for this hilarious story! For more on how the true followers of Harold Camping are driving a fleet of RVs around America (burning fossil fuels for Jesus) http://articles.cnn.com/2011-03-06/li...

On Mayor Files Lawsuit to Block End of World

Posted on April 10 at 7:43 a.m.

Next Saturday afternoon, April 16th, come and hear Dr. Toni Frohoff, POD (Protect Our Dolphins) marine biologist researcher at a public talk with Q+A in Santa Barbara http://www.independent.com/events/201...

On <em>POD Party</em>: Protect Our Dolphins Benefit Cruise

Posted on April 7 at 6:59 p.m.

Join the Humanists and our speaker for dinner after the talk - 5pm at the Outback Steakhouse, 5690 Calle Real, Goleta. Please e-mail Activities@SantaBarbaraHumanists.org to ensure your seating. You don't need to be a Humanist Society member and you will need to pay only for your food, drinks, and tips.

On <em>Protect our Dolphins</em>

Posted on February 28 at 6:15 p.m.

An astonishing 70% of Internet traffic is spam; viruses; robot downloading from websites seeking e-mail addresses to send more spam and more viruses; etc. Internet Service Providers need to be way more vigilant in monitoring for zombie computer activity.

Computer users must have virus, trojan and bot protection; a router or firewall between their computer and the Internet; encrypted wireless connections; perform regular updates and scans for infections. Otherwise the Internet will drown in its own waste http://news.cnet.com/8301-1009_3-1024...

On Are We Reaching Peak Bandwidth?

Posted on February 28 at 9:58 a.m.

She was National Security Adviser in the Bush-Cheney administration on 9/11/2001. Despite overseeing the worst security failure in American history, she was promoted to US Secretary of State, in which role she was a strong advocate for attacking Afghanistan and Iraq. Those wars are still raging, at massive costs in taxpayer dollars and human lives. From 1991-2001, she was a Director of Chevron Corporation, even having one of their oil tankers named the "Condoleezza Rice".

A peaceful, musical, creative protest will begin 6:15am outside the Doubletree Resort on the Santa Barbara Waterfront, where Condi Rice will be speaking at the Westmont President's Breakfast, 7-9am Friday, March 4th. Santa Barbara Activists cannot let pass without opposition the presence in our town of any of the Bush-Cheney-Rove-Rice-Rumsfeld warmongers.

On <em>SOLD-OUT</em>: Condoleeza Rice

Posted on February 12 at 4:28 p.m.

Mexican dinner at 5pm after the discussion described above -- please e-mail Activities@SantaBarbaraHumanists.org for seating and the restaurant location. You don't need to be a member of the Humanist Society (or any other group) or attend the afternoon discussion to go to the dinner.

On <em>"Congress Shall Make No Law...": A Public Discussion of the 1st Amendment</em>

Posted on January 10 at 6:13 p.m.

Join us for dinner beginning 5pm following our Saturday afternoon discussion. There's no cover charge and Humanist Society membership isn't necessary -- pay only for your own food, drinks and tips. Please e-mail Activities@SantaBarbaraHumanists.org for seating reservations and restaurant location.

On <em>Disproving Christianity: Refuting the World's Most Followed Religion</em>

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