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You’re locked in the mall overnight. What do you do first?
Amisja comments on Apr 25, 2018:
Break into the jewellers and rob it blind! I have no morals and I could hide a few £100,000s worth of jewels down my bra!
WE ARE FAMILY!!! We have become somewhat like a family here wouldn't you agree? We have our ...
Amisja comments on Apr 25, 2018:
Very few photos but here they are. My sisters don't speak sadly and my brother has an ABI after years of alcohol misuse. My middle sister has a different Dad. My sister one down from me is a biological scientist. Not a god botherer in sight. Very very proud of them all.
Hello all, I'm quite new here, but am going through some really awful experiences with my family ...
Amisja comments on Apr 25, 2018:
I am so sorry you are having this experience. Families should offer unconditional love and support. You don't need to be anything or anyone for anybody else. I would remind them that you still love them and respect their views and ask that they respect yours.
Catholic Class
Amisja comments on Apr 24, 2018:
Catherine, finish up yer education, get to uni and start a new life. You'll make new friends and a new life. Be brave x
Possibly the lamest question ever. Do people in your town back into parking spaces, or is that a ...
Amisja comments on Apr 24, 2018:
I always back in but I got a cheater camera on the back of my Qashqai ;)
If time travel were possible, when would you go?
Amisja comments on Apr 24, 2018:
According to clever types is time travel is possible then you can only travel within your own experience....so your own sentinent life. I would go and tell my friend to stop working so hard, stop smoking and eat food. I would tell my Mum to check herself for CA. I think there is a chance we could if we make super clever PC models oh the past and recreate him.
Do you have a secret life?
Amisja comments on Apr 24, 2018:
Yes its a secret ;)
What would you say to God if when you died you were faced with him?
Amisja comments on Apr 24, 2018:
What is this thing? It isn't a thing. Its not even about evidence or making sense. It doesn't even get that much of a response. To me its like saying what would you do if you met a fairy godmother, it ain't happening, there isn't one so there is absolutely no point. As for all the shite its all just random chance. A baby dies a horrible death or a complete gobshite wins the lottery. There is no rhyme or reason, just enjoy that we have each other and we have today.
Has anyone spent time in a relationship with someone incapable of emotional expression, only to find...
Amisja comments on Apr 24, 2018:
I completely utterly totally feel your pain. I have no advice, just cry, let yourself feel and be kind to yourself.
To all the English contributors out there, how will you be celebrating St. George's day? Especially ...
Amisja comments on Apr 23, 2018:
My spelling...Emperor
Why do we fall in love?
Amisja comments on Apr 23, 2018:
We fall in love because we need each other. People are so frail alone and will (and do) literally die of loneliness. Finding someone who completely enhances your life, who thinks like you, you shares your life goals and who you fancy is wonderful. Staying in love...well I am clearly the wrong person to ask about that.
Afterlive
Amisja comments on Apr 23, 2018:
There is no afterlife, there is no soul. Everything you have, everything you will ever be is wrapped up in the flesh parcel of you. Life is for here and now. Enjoy it.
different gender = different sexual preference? or not? in this life I seem to be happiest in my ...
Amisja comments on Apr 23, 2018:
I am so boringly traditional. Men and manliness do it for me. Hardworking decency, kindness and strength. Money is a turn off but someone willing to work with me to build something is an ideal. Physically I like men but of course appreciate how lovely some women look. As someone who looks rather alien to the female ideal I always slightly awkward with very beautiful women. Just a Lancashire lass, built for hardwork the ability to feed a family of 5 on a quid and a loving man by my side.
Hmmmm... I had the impression I was joining a discussion forum, but this looks like a dating site. ...
Amisja comments on Apr 23, 2018:
Only here for discussion
I was born fourth generation Mormon. I served a mission for the church and spent years defending the...
Amisja comments on Apr 23, 2018:
Be brave Bligh, be inquisitive and adventurous. You have an entire universe to explore, but always question what you see and hear.
Are you out?
Amisja comments on Apr 22, 2018:
Of course. I would be hard pushed to find a religious person in university. I think its almost the opposite, religious people are closeted
Apart from being here what are you doing or thinking of doing right now and, what time is it for you...
Amisja comments on Apr 22, 2018:
Its 22:54, just jumped in bed after bringing my lad home from hospital with DKA. Very scary stuff. 6 hours in A&E but I bloody love the NHS
Any bilingual agnostic here? I do speak Spanish... And some English too, by the way. So, I am ...
Amisja comments on Apr 22, 2018:
A little French and a tiny bit of Cantonese
When I was much younger, I took a girl on a date to the movies. At the end of the date there was ...
Amisja comments on Apr 22, 2018:
Yes it was an appropriate response. I am 51 years old and had someone said that to me after meeting them only once, I'd run for the hills.
Some people don't think about sex much. Its more routine than spontaneous. Its a gift that we ...
Amisja comments on Apr 22, 2018:
Eeeee I'd rather have a cup of tea
11 December 2015 Dear Mr. Dawkins, I trust you are well. May I forward the few words you ...
Amisja comments on Apr 21, 2018:
Not to be rude but it's Professor Dawkins
Some people don't think about sex much. Its more routine than spontaneous. Its a gift that we ...
Amisja comments on Apr 21, 2018:
Who gave you the gift?
Anyone know what this is, they were everywhere on the beach today. Do they make good eating? I've ...
Amisja comments on Apr 21, 2018:
Look like a type of razor clams
Have u ever convinced a religious person that what they believe is all myth and does not make sense?...
Amisja comments on Apr 21, 2018:
Yes and I felt a bit guilty afterwards. It was an African guy from Nigeria I think. He told me his father had type 2 diabetes so I piped up oh in that case you must have had white ancestory. Well this got us on to talking about Neanderthals and how it was they who carried the T2D gene and as there were none in Africa, its likely he had a European ancestor, so we talked about genes, hereditory and evolution. I remember him looking at me and saying, 'this means there isn't a god'. He looked so crestfallen I felt dreadful...hope he moved on.
There are atheist in foxholes. Also, Combat Information Centers in Warships, in the seat of a ...
Amisja comments on Apr 21, 2018:
You know here in UK people really don't care and if they do, they'd consider it a bit rude to say anything. The one and only time someone said something was my old clinical lead, I love her to bits by the way, but Irish and very Catholic. She said, "Oh Jayne yer an Atheist...but yer so lovelee" ( I tried to type that in a Southern Irish accent). I kinda feel sorry for you guys, it seems that Americans can be very judgey sometimes
Hi friends. My mom passed away yesterday. I was by her side when she went, with my brother and 2 of ...
Amisja comments on Apr 21, 2018:
My sincere condolences. People lose a lot when they have dementia but they never lose emotions. Love remains
Just found out my second grandchild will be arriving this weekend!!
Amisja comments on Apr 21, 2018:
Congratulations
Am I the only atheist that doesn’t smoke pot?
Amisja comments on Apr 21, 2018:
I don't have any vices. I see a lot of young lads (it almost always seems to be males) who developed psychosis as a result of smoking skunk (The GM version of cannabis). I know the arguements in regards to pre-morbidity and self medication but the risks are too high. Although I totally support decriminalisation, I think use should be regulated like alcohol or tobacco.
Wow. Just downloaded thia app. Seems like some awesome humor... some great intellectual ...
Amisja comments on Apr 21, 2018:
Hi
In China and India, men outnumber women on a massive scale. The consequences are far-reaching. - ...
Amisja comments on Apr 21, 2018:
I never ever worry about any population crises like these. They have popped up throughout my life. Populations will naturally even out, especially when women have education, decent healthcare and access to birth control. Skews in population have happened from time to time but ultimately if a woman choses to have only a couple of children then things will settle down. When I lived in China, there were tons of places where the one child one family was more or less ignored and there were plenty of girl babies. I'd say education and healthcare are the key. In fact in future, I predict we might see massive drops in global population when health care is more widespread and fertility decreases. Look at places like NZ and Italy for example.
Whole app lliberals?
Amisja comments on Apr 21, 2018:
Not a thing...a life long socialist!
Do you ever get embarassed by your paycheck when you hand it to the bank teller? :(
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
This is like so not a thing here....so incredibly alien to me. My two salaries go into my account, no one nor cares
A picture I took on a walk this evening, the colours of the sunset are so beautiful! I love having ...
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
Wow beautiful...Ireland?
My profile foto
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
Very handsome
Typical Friday night - what are you doing?
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
Drinking gin
Happy Holidays
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
You too
Is someone truly openminded if they block those with differing perspectives, without even having a ...
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
Some people, I just cannot abide to listen to. Racists, sexists, hate mongers
The next time someone asks you why you are wearing your sunglasses at night just tell them, " ...
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
Lurve it!
What if we could award others points from our own?
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
Have one of mine
Shouting to everyone for no reason at all.... How cool is that ???? Have a pleasant weekend ...
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
I'm working in my other job sat night
Not really a 4/20 post, but, close! What Do Blind People 'See' When They Take LSD? ...
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
We have blind service users who hallucinate.
Royals: They are born; they urinate; they defecate; they copulate; they flatulate. They're people....
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
Me neither...its a daft idea when you think about it. Their ancestors just had bigger sticks than thee n me. The only thing is in countries I have lived in or visited that don't have Royals, they do seem to recreate these highers eschalons anyway. Just look at Hong Kong Tatler...its horrid. But yeah for me...viva la revolution
Hi everyone. Been bopping around on the site for a couple weeks. Although I'm not very active - not ...
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
Hi there
Just joined! Thought I'd say hello : )
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
Hi there, welcome hugs
Was Buddha a dead beat dad?
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
Yeah he was a bit of a dick to his missus and kids
Night shifts done, gym or bed?
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
Tell you sunday morning after mine, there is always shopping ;)
Why did USA become so incredibly entrenced in religion and EU escaped? We used to say we shipped all...
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
I read an academic paper meant to inform policy about deradicalising fundamentalist beliefs. Of course it was focussed on Islam but included concerns regarding people from West Africa entrenched in beliefs about witch craft etc, in addition to focussing on potential risks from so called, pro-life groups etc. Basically the UK and Western EU are focussed on 'defundamentalising' (is that even a word) all religious groups. It struck me that this wouldn't even be constitutional (if I understand correctly). We have happily made laws restricting religious freedom throughout history (especially if they were going to ban mince pies!)Just recently a town in UK has banned pro-life protests...well done I say. Maybe people need to be given the excuse to not think religiously?
Three more points to level 7
Amisja comments on Apr 20, 2018:
How do you even get points?
What has happened to hitchhiking? When I was younger I hitchhiked all over the place. I vowed at the...
Amisja comments on Apr 19, 2018:
Its quite common in France and considered a bit of a social fais pau not to pick up a hitcher. When I was younger I'd regularly hitch to Hull (from East Lancs) and get a walk on Ferry to Amsters..party all weekend and hitch back to nurse training school for monday. (I hope mi old Dad never reads that.. or my kids for that matter ;) ) I pick up hitchers if I have room.
Arrgghhh!!! Does anyone else get really annoyed when people who have statuses like "it's wine ...
Amisja comments on Apr 19, 2018:
As a mental health nurse, my colleagues would often let off steam (tough job) by drinking. When I went into academia, I expected it to be different. Its not. Brits drink. Every celebration is greeted with tons of booze, we 'wet babies'heads' with a drink and drink to send our dearly departed on their way. I really don't know anyone who would be unkind about someone with substance issues, but there again a lot of people with MH problems have comorbid substance issues. I always challenge hypocrisy when I see it...either that n block em ;)
Are introductions a thing? I mean, I've been here for a couple of days, and I'm at level 5, So, ...
Amisja comments on Apr 19, 2018:
Hiya lad. How are ya? I am contemplating getting up for work. What are you up to?
What about your culture do you like the least?
Amisja comments on Apr 19, 2018:
You know if you are a thing you are that thing. You are American/Canadian. You guys made it and you own it now. You are not Irish/Italian/Polish or whatever. North America is such a weird place on the one hand (especially in USA) you fly flags everywhere, but then on the next deny that culture as being your own. Its like me saying I'm a viking. Yeah probably a 1000 years ago my ancestors where. Now I am English. I talk like an English woman, I do English stuff. Be proud of your culture and if you aren't...change it
Name THREE things about yourself and one not true. Let me guess which one's not true.
Amisja comments on Apr 18, 2018:
I am 172cm tall, I like romance novels and I love coffee
Anyone else in an unhappy relationship and don't see a way forward? Any advice?
Amisja comments on Apr 18, 2018:
Sorry to hear this
T-shirts........................
Amisja comments on Apr 18, 2018:
Eeeuuuww come on now
I like to confront my own bias, I know I have blind spots and I know I'm ignorant of many cultures ...
Amisja comments on Apr 18, 2018:
Where I live I am sandwiched between traveller camps and to be honest, they are ok. Their tradition tells them that if a thing is not being used, it should be free to use by them. Kinda makes sense except we generally consider it theft! I once took a young lass home from the launderette, my washer had broken and she'd helped me with those huge machines. She had her families' washing and 4 little uns running about. She couldn't have been older than 25yrs old. She couldn't read or write and told me she'd been married at 14 but she was bright as a button. Trust goes both ways of course and her fella gave her a right ear bashing for getting in my car. Mental illnesses is endemic in the gypsy community and poorly understood, its rare they read or write, leave school about 12 and marry very young. It is something I have considered further research for my doctorate. Closed communities often have lots of problems and it appears that restricting access to education is the way they maintain the structure. They aren't the only ones of course, the Brethern and the Frumm Jewish communities have similar issues but Travellers do live more closely to use 'settled' types...interesting
What about your culture do you like the least?
Amisja comments on Apr 18, 2018:
Of UK? The pomp and nonsense of the royals
Green energy
Amisja comments on Apr 18, 2018:
Windmills and solar are every where here but we still overuse fossil fuel. My university has a biomass boiler...rather amazing but does smell of poo
What is your favorite paradox?
Amisja comments on Apr 18, 2018:
Who knocks the knocker up up
What is your M.O. with receiving "butt dials" from those you're potentially interested in?
Amisja comments on Apr 18, 2018:
I understand absolutely none of thus!
How Y’all, Youse and You Guys Talk. Survey that can predict where you are from based on the words ...
Amisja comments on Apr 18, 2018:
Rt reet there then la? Gis it go..I doubt it mind.
I am watching " Civilization" on PBS, about the The Second Moment of creation, which is about the ...
Amisja comments on Apr 18, 2018:
Is the the BBC one? We watched it several weeks ago..love Simon Schma and Mary Beard
Are you all ready for April 23rd??? And you thought TAX DAY was stressful. :P [patheos.com]
Amisja comments on Apr 18, 2018:
April 23rd is St. George's Day in England. Mostly overlooked. He is the patron saint of this country and widely ignored. Consequently for me its likely to be a normal work day. Is there something else going on?
What do you think are the 5 most beautiful things in the world and why?
Amisja comments on Apr 18, 2018:
Amelia Isaac Jacob Nathaniel Theo Alice Lucy and Taylor. Because they exist (I know thats 8 but I can't miss any out)
Name something women should stop doing.
Amisja comments on Apr 17, 2018:
Attacking other sisters and listening to men
We end tonight with the sad tale of an agnostic suffering from dyslexia and insomnia, who finally ...
Amisja comments on Apr 17, 2018:
Oh thats awful!
Dating while separated
Amisja comments on Apr 17, 2018:
Nah...stay safe, have fun
Now dear readers, I may need advice. I cleaned and scrubbed the bathroom and kitchen. My place is...
Amisja comments on Apr 17, 2018:
Get a bigger sheet
Do you like being intelligent? If you are agnostic, you are statistically higher IQ than the ...
Amisja comments on Apr 17, 2018:
I would never consider any other person beneath me. Neither would I post an arbituary figure based on whether or not you are good at working out sequences. Intelligence for me is far more complex. Some people on the ASD score highly on formal IQ tests but are unable to match their socks. Intelligence is about subtle awareness of the environment, of other people, of other creatures. It considers the past and the future and see each living thing as vital to our existence. Intelligence understands the complexities of human endeavour and conflict and respects all. There are vastly intelligent people who have never picked up a book. Respect all and always look for the best in everyone...you'll find it
I'm very confused and somewhat bewildered, but this is something that's been on my mind this ...
Amisja comments on Apr 16, 2018:
No...I totally get you. I completely agree ;)
69 Visitors and no one says 'hello'
Amisja comments on Apr 15, 2018:
I did mean this tongue in cheek really...maybe British humour doesn't translate :(
Guess who made it to level eight. Now I laugh in the face of the haters who said I'd never amount ...
Amisja comments on Apr 15, 2018:
Well done on your acheivement
Confronting Our Plastic Culture - TheHumanist.com
Amisja comments on Apr 15, 2018:
There are plans for UK to go plastic free...at least the unrecyclable type (single use etc). We need to. It isn't necessary and we can now make really good cellulose alternatives.
If you won an all expenses paid vacation, where would you like to go?
Amisja comments on Apr 15, 2018:
Seriously...I'd give it my kids. I have been round the world twice in actuality and three times in distance. I always just want to go home.
As of right now, I'm not going to use FB for a week or two.
Amisja comments on Apr 15, 2018:
I deactivated and haven't missed a day of it.
Starbucks, has the recent controversy changed your mind about the company?
Amisja comments on Apr 15, 2018:
What happened? (British person..woukd NEVER frequent such a place)
Atheist In Training
Amisja comments on Apr 15, 2018:
My daughter had two invisible friends growing up...Anna and Slayer.. (said with an exocist voice!) Scared me to bits
Anyone have anything to say about our amazing prime minister Thresa May, who decided to bomb Syria ...
Amisja comments on Apr 15, 2018:
I can't...I just cannot even bear this illegal action (not debated in Parliament). I cannot look at any more images of broken or dead children. I cannot be part of a country who condones this anymore. My heart aches...
Well all, I done went and done it. I made it to see 48 today (4/15), 5 years ago the people closest ...
Amisja comments on Apr 15, 2018:
Bloody well done lad! Onwards to a long n happy life
Do you ever look at the random pics of strangers and wonder if they are sociopaths?
Amisja comments on Apr 15, 2018:
The medical term in anti-social personality disorder. It happens in 1in 100 people according to the ICD 10. You are unlikely to recognise them just by their appearance (would that it were so easy). The glib, superficial pleasantries they affect mean that there are more likely to appear attractive, exactly the opposite. When I have encountered people with ASPD in the past (as a MH professional working in forensic psychiatry) I have been surprised by how plausible they appear. Tricky characters, even the more harmless ones. The thing to remember is to them, you are of no more value as an entity as a paper cup.
Probably TMI - but I need to talk, and I know you guys won't give me the religion 'feedback' I've ...
Amisja comments on Apr 15, 2018:
I lived in USA, I genuinely mean this, you deserve so much more in respect to social and health care. Is there no respite organisations that can help support you? As regards a partner, having a disabled son would not have put me off so I am sure that there are women who would love to be part of your family. Much love
I recently fell on hard times and needed to move back home. My mom is a jahovas witness and said I ...
Amisja comments on Apr 14, 2018:
Wow, I am so sorry for your experience. I cannot understand anyone who would turn their back on their child.
Was There a Civilization On Earth Before Humans? - The Atlantic.
Amisja comments on Apr 14, 2018:
I think its probably not that simple. I think there have probably been lots of ages of sophisticated beings who have developed civilisations which have probably been wiped out. Its likely they failed to record their history because they believed they would last forever, we all do. Bottle necks in evolution would suggest that there has been a return to less developed technologies which reused and rebuilt over time. It would make sense to me
Post your weekend plans.... Mine starts with pizza, followed by karaoke and drinking. Saturday will...
Amisja comments on Apr 13, 2018:
12 1/2 hr shift in my second job, then catching up on housework, laundry and prep for my first job...no rest for the wicked
What's everyone doing for Tommy Jefferson's birthday today? (FYI - it's also "Make Lunch Count ...
Amisja comments on Apr 13, 2018:
Erm not a thing in UK
According to reports a few weeks ago, there was an accusation the rebels were bringing in chemical ...
Amisja comments on Apr 13, 2018:
What do you think? I can't even let my head get past adult humans deliberately killing children...for what?
Do you have a motto or mantra that helps guide your day to day life and interactions with others? ...
Amisja comments on Apr 13, 2018:
Yep...One, two, three...beep it! Works every time.
It's never too late for ________ (fill in the blank).
Amisja comments on Apr 13, 2018:
Growing up
My mother died last evening of cancer. Though we were estranged to some degree I am terribly sad ?....
Amisja comments on Apr 13, 2018:
I am so very very sorry. Look after yourself give yourself lots of time, estranged or not sadness will take its toll. Nothing takes the pain away. Just let yourself cry...and slowly you will heal enough to manage a new chapter.
Has anybody changed careers mid-life?
Amisja comments on Apr 13, 2018:
I am a mental nurse, at the age of 42 I decided I needed to enhance my career. I trained as a clinical practitioner and then laterly came into education. I now teach student nurses in university. I love it but part of me still loves the hustle and bustle of the busy clinical acute wards...so now like a complete twit, I do both. It is very tiring but I am not yet ready to give up on my clinical role.
Believers are always asking me, "If there's no god, what's the meaning of life?" Well, to be honest,...
Amisja comments on Apr 12, 2018:
Exactly!
Since this is a mainly US-oriented site, I wondered if there were any other fans out there of The ...
Amisja comments on Apr 12, 2018:
I'm UK, my son and I love Young Turks
What happens after death?
Amisja comments on Apr 12, 2018:
I also meant to add...really sorry for your loss.
Do you have nightmares?
Amisja comments on Apr 12, 2018:
I found my ex-husband in full VF. Managed to resus him. (Yeah I know...missed a chance!) Since then I still wake up shaking my current partner to make sure he is alive! Its a bit embarrassing to be honest.
Conspiracy Theories... I have a acquaintance that I met thorough work - nice guy, a little ADHD, ...
Amisja comments on Apr 12, 2018:
You see thats how I feel when someone tells me they are Christian.
Would you raise your children religious just to fit in?
Amisja comments on Apr 12, 2018:
Nope 3 out of 3 atheists...deep thinkers... One just graduating in Global politics, one starting in Sept doing a BA in phil and my girl runs a gastro pub/hotel! One very proud mummy
Family's out of town for a week starting today. I find myself at complete loose ends for the ...
Amisja comments on Apr 12, 2018:
Never ever happened! I would probably go to work
What's something good happening in your life right now/soon? Something you're excited about?
Amisja comments on Apr 12, 2018:
Congratulations! Massively well done. We need more women scientists.
I have a question for both believers and unbelievers. If God Himself appeared to you and told you ...
Amisja comments on Apr 12, 2018:
I don't exist either
What happens after death?
Amisja comments on Apr 12, 2018:
What happened before life? There that's your answer

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