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Comes from a family with a history of working in horticulture, grew up running wild in the country and hated school. I have a life interest in the natural world a passion for gardening and also enjoy walking, travel, music, natural history and helping with the running of several gardening and natural history groups. I have been lucky enough to be asked to write a number of articles for books and magazines and also find employment as a public speaker. I continue to run the family business, though due to bereavements I am now left running it alone.

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Does anyone else use their own compost for their soil? If so what kind of compost barrel do you ...
Fernapple comments on Mar 12, 2020:
Yes I agree with Wangobango3 the rotating barrels may work well, but if not then you would be better with any sort of bin, the bigger the better. The more vollume you can pile up the better it works, especially if you can keep it loose and moist but not wet, turning is almost magically good and pleasant exersize for the body too.
Surprises, yay or nay? Personally, I am NOT a fan. I don't like surprises of any kind. Life is ...
Fernapple comments on Mar 11, 2020:
I keep leaving my front door unlocked at night, in the hopes that one day a beautiful lover will surprise me, by climbing into my bed in the middle of the night. Nothing so far. But the hedgehog, the fox, and next door's cat all enjoyed a warm.
Amazon is secretly working on a cure for the common cold [cnbc.com] [med.stanford.edu]
Fernapple comments on Mar 9, 2020:
Well it would. Its spreading most of it. LOL
“Just living is not enough...one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 26, 2020:
Especially sunshine. I hate the damp dark and drear climate of my home country, you can write off two thirds of the year. How do you cope in Ireland, I hear that it is even wetter and greyer than here ?
Coronavirus craziness. Not a doctor, but sort of old & wise, lol. Yes it is not fun to get sick, ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 26, 2020:
Yes that is often the case, and your health advice is really good. Though it was a feature of the 1918 flu that many people had an immunity to it, because it was related to other, milder, flu viruses, and if you had contracted one of those in the previous decades, then you had a degree of immunity. Which is why it mainly killed people in the the under thirties age group, because they had less often been exposed to related viruses. Coronavirus however is said to be unrelated to any other, we may have encountered before, so that it will probably strike at random, with the old and weak being most at risk.
Today's hike: Tibbets Mountain. No rednecks shooting guns this time.
Fernapple comments on Feb 26, 2020:
Beautiful. Do you have a Latin name for yellow bells, so that I can look them up please ?
If you're interstate highways are like ours you will enjoy this comparison.
Fernapple comments on Feb 26, 2020:
Thank you. I live in the UK and know nothing of Interstate Highways, but I still got the joke. LOL
It sometimes feels that we seldom stray far from the topic of religion on this site, so I have a ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 26, 2020:
It is all interesting if you wish to study the development of human delusion. But I like the talking donkey best , it always makes me laugh.
It sometimes feels that we seldom stray far from the topic of religion on this site, so I have a ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 26, 2020:
"We seldom stray far from the topic of religion on this site." I am sorry to say is not really true, it is a consequence of having specialist groups that they remove most of the members other interests from the front page, leaving only the single common interest behind. To find out how wide the site is you really have to delve into the groups, though sadly since the site is small it means that many of them are under active.
It is both amusing and jarring to see adults in online discussions threatening each other with ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 25, 2020:
Those who know they can't win the argument, reach for their weapons. Always was thus.
Rare sighting in Yosemite: Trail camera captures adorable and elusive Fisher
Fernapple comments on Feb 24, 2020:
Interesting it looks very like what we call a Pine Martin in the UK.
Hello coming from a catholic background,how do you fill or erase the psycological void of God ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 24, 2020:
Hello and welcome. Do check out the groups if you have time, there is something for everyone. (I would not be surprised if there was an ex-catholic one.)
Some flowers and a green orange. I softpetaled a few.
Fernapple comments on Feb 24, 2020:
Great photos, I especially like the glow on the leaf in number two.
I want to do so many things before the lights go out. Travel being the main thing. I love history...
Fernapple comments on Feb 24, 2020:
Great ambition, and I wish you the best of luck with it. Postings about your successes will always be welcomed here.
What dissappoints me most when reading posts by many atheists/agnostics is the tendency to blame the...
Fernapple comments on Feb 24, 2020:
You have to remember that if you read posts and comments here on this site, then it is atheists and agnostics talking to one another, most of the posts and comments here are not intended for the religious. Having said that what you say is perfectly true, and well understood by the churches. That is why many of them send out members to do missionary work and try to find converts, especially to do missionary work in the most annoying ways possible, because that way they are bound to meet with hostility and abuse from the public. Which reinforces the view, that the church is the only source of friendship and comfort, and thereby helps to deepen indoctrination.
Spent time in a cult, I don’t feel bad about it, it was a learning experience. The one thing I ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 24, 2020:
There are virtually no techniques of destructive mind control and brain washing, known to totalitarian states and their secret police, that the churches do not use every day without ever being questioned. From the destruction of peoples self esteem, to alienation from mainstream culture, personal isolation and repetition of indoctrination.
[youtu.be] One of my favourite opera choruses to sing is Giuseppe Verdi’s Va Pensiero from ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 24, 2020:
Wonderful rendering. Not wishing to steal Marionville's thunder but I especially like this staged version, in part for the way the singing and staging evokes, such a great feeling of exhaustion and desolation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6982BsQS_6Q
Albinino, Thomaso Adage [youtube.com] A good piece with beautiful scenes for calming our inner ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 24, 2020:
Beautiful and calming music, but I am left wondering about the pictures. Why do we also find images of nature calming and beautiful, when they are mostly images of nature at its most violent and threatening, storms, huge waves, dark sunsets and frozen snow fields ?
"If an opinion contrary to your own makes you angry, that is a sign that you are subconsciously ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 24, 2020:
No, some people's opinions make me angry, because I am very consciously aware that they have no good reason for thinking as they do. Eg. Bigots.
I went away for a few hours and returned to having made level 8! I'm confused though because all of ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 24, 2020:
Well done. Its nice to know that a few people stick around.
Caveman sex practices explain why monogamy is so difficult. 😂 🤣
Fernapple comments on Feb 23, 2020:
What a load of rubbish. Sexual jealousy only started with agriculture, get real.
Create a Grooup
Fernapple comments on Feb 23, 2020:
I wrote to JonnyBQ below. Yes, if the site grows then it may be worth starting one now to be on the ground and running as the site becomes more active, but the truth is that the site seems to be shrinking in terms of actual active members now.
100% not a Democrat [theguardian.com]
Fernapple comments on Feb 23, 2020:
Since Bernie is too far left for most of the voters in the middle ground, ( the majority, ) it looks like Trump will get a second term then.
We eagerly gather for propaganda and shell out credits for memorabilia, yet we don't band together ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 23, 2020:
"To see the farm is to leave it. " Would that it were that easy. Good talk, though I do think that the Egypt/ Rome history section in the middle was a little questionable.
Who has been the most influential Atheist/Agnostic famous person for you? How and why? I would ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 23, 2020:
You got a good list there, should keep you in reading for a while. But since all the best ones have been mentioned a couple of times at least, I will add just a couple of outfielders. Andre Comte-Sponville, THE BOOK OF ATHEIST SPIRITUALITY, and H. G. Wells, THE OUTLINE OF HISTORY, for a secular overview of history and especially its religions.
Deerfield Beach, Florida in 2015 and 2019 ...where did the beach go in only three years!
Fernapple comments on Feb 23, 2020:
Near me is a place called Spurn Head, which is a strip of low land stretching out into the North Sea, which has a small village and a lighthouse on it. Yet it is famous for the fact that every few hundred years it disappears, sometimes in just one night, and then it tarts to grow again.
What would you say to a friend that was a flat earthist? update: She has blocked me so i can't ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 22, 2020:
"Take me to the edge." "Why, you don't have to see the edge with your own eyes to know the earth is flat ?" "No but you do to push someone off it."
Why are all these believers in god allowed to harass us on this site? There are a lot of ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 22, 2020:
I rarely see any. You could try changing your settings, I believe that they tend to target those who list dating, if you switch to, 'for the community' it may help.
@admin.... Thanks for putting ALL pics under the "MORE" tab. I'm sure plenty of people will ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 22, 2020:
Thanks for the, eyes up, I wondered where the pictures went.
“Human beings, who are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experience of others,...
Fernapple comments on Feb 22, 2020:
Yet all too willing to learn the B.S. of others.
Suggestion for today: Post a favorite family/dad quote here! My dad had many! Of an ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 22, 2020:
My grandmother. "Shocking Mrs Bocking." Aways said in response to unlikely gossip.
I Went to a Nude Beach, and It Wasn't Weird | POPSUGAR Love & Sex
Fernapple comments on Feb 21, 2020:
I love it when people look down on me, especially for my complete lack of taste in fashion.
Heard a new word today, well, new to me anyway, it is ECLECTIC, does any one know anything about it?...
Fernapple comments on Feb 21, 2020:
Its an eclectic age all right, you are not stuck with facebook, you can come on here.
I am sorry to say that the 'Like' menu seems to have stopped working. Anyone else having this ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 21, 2020:
Seems to be fixed now.
This morning every time I click on "reply" even if the comment is aimed at me, I can't leave a ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 21, 2020:
Don't worry it is happening to everybody, Admin is aware.
[zerohedge.com] FUNNY...
Fernapple comments on Feb 21, 2020:
But how do they know that it was organized subversion, and not just an honest result to the poll. LOL
I am sorry to say that the 'Like' menu seems to have stopped working. Anyone else having this ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 21, 2020:
Can't reply now, but have messaged Admin.
Dirty doings by British in Malaga, Spain. [bbc.com]
Fernapple comments on Feb 21, 2020:
Would give you a like, (sad face), but the like menu appears not to be working.
Why Is It Difficult to Get Christians to Care About the Earth? | Sojourners
Fernapple comments on Feb 21, 2020:
It is no accident that the Abrahamic religions all began in a region of the Middle East, where nature was at its most bleak and hostile, and therefore only human culture was seen as benign. Making human culture, which in those days and places meant, paternal authoritarian culture, all powerful. The other reason why religious people do not care about the environment, is simply because, they don't care, full stop. Religion is essentially a selfish pursuit, 'my' relationship with god, 'my' church, 'my' salvation, 'my' immortality and 'my' spiritual life, it therefore only attracts selfish and shallow people, there may be exceptions but not generally.
Welcome to the snowpocalypse 2020. Ok so maybe it was a light dusting.
Fernapple comments on Feb 21, 2020:
Don't count your chickens, there's plenty of time for a big blizzard yet.
This weekend, my pretties! Should make a nice little grouping, don't you think?
Fernapple comments on Feb 21, 2020:
Time for seeds certainly.
Rainy, muddy day in AL.
Fernapple comments on Feb 20, 2020:
AL ?
This is from a front yard down the road from me. They always have a lovely array of plants and ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 20, 2020:
Some one with an eye for design certainly , have doubts about the taste though.
Should we be wary? @Allamanda please start the ball rolling. 🤔 [answers.com]
Fernapple comments on Feb 20, 2020:
Pretty but dangerous and supple. That's about right. LOL She is not the only one who chose a botanical as a pen name.
Is Time Travel Impossible? [youtube.com]
Fernapple comments on Feb 20, 2020:
We are all traveling through time , if time exists, it is just that we are only traveling in one direction. Traveling faster and slower is easy, you just change the speed at which you travel through space. Traveling backwards however may be very hard.
hi everyone, I’ve stepped down as Originator and handed the group over to @JackPedigo ... I’ve ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 20, 2020:
Sad to see you backing down, but good luck.
This is what I'm talkin' about! Mid February, and the plants were all budding out like April, yet ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 20, 2020:
Sounds just like the UK.
Has a fellow member on this site been an encouragement to you lately? I've had a few and I ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 19, 2020:
Always liked your posts and comments, any support that can be given would be a small price to pay.
historically I have been a rather active member on the site. lately I've been facing some rather ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 19, 2020:
Best of luck.
Have you ever thought of religion and communism as not being that different? (edited)Wow, how many ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 19, 2020:
Political ideologies and religions may share many things in common, but that does not make them the same things. A car has an engine and wheels, so does a plane, but that does not make a car a plane, because to be a plane it also needs wings. A political ideology is not a religion, because to be a religion you also need to have a belief in supernatural authority behind the ideas.
“No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin, or his background, or his...
Fernapple comments on Feb 19, 2020:
I do hope he was right.
How good is your government's environmental protection laws and the agencies that enforce the ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 19, 2020:
But surely if you want to be saved, then why would you think that it is a good way to gain Gods favour, to treat Gods creation with contempt ? That seems like a basically illogical idea to me. Ah, but then, they don't have anything to do with logic do they.
Anyone know how to get spell check to work on this site. I am such a terrable speller.
Fernapple comments on Feb 18, 2020:
It only works on computers running Windows, will not work on mobile devices. And even then it only works on main posts and replies. The best thing is to do as 1of5 says below.
For all you ladies that meet that guy that can't control his eyes too well...and yes....the bird's ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 18, 2020:
Hey, there is nothing wrong with him. I could fancy him, and I'm a heterosexual male. (Boy just those feet!)
The only thing worse then men who use money to flirt are the women who go for men who use money to ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 18, 2020:
Hay I tried the flirting with money thing, but it never worked for me! Can anyone tell me please, do you have to invest more than £5 ( 6 dollars ) ?
I have been a member on this site now for nearly two years and I have come to an interesting ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 18, 2020:
Move on, some people are not worth wasting good emotion on. They are usually the same people who want to argue forever about the definition of words, as though word were fixed things with meanings that contain truths in themselves, instead of flexible things with usages which morph all the time, and are only misleading lables used in vague and poor attempts to express aproximations to truth. Some of the self identified agnostics are in any case, borderline religious appologists, attempting to hide their true colours.
[youtube.com] IF YOU ONLY HAD A DOG - Parody
Fernapple comments on Feb 18, 2020:
Cat.
I've been thinking about the higher age group of this site and I think I got it figured out a bit. ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 18, 2020:
That is I am sure quite true, but it could also be that it is only us old ####s who have time to waste, while young people are looking for faster shallower things.
Just want to let you know that we're tweaking the design of several pages but may be returning ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 18, 2020:
Agree with everything everyone says about the negative emolis. But also the colour difference between the read and unread items on the alerts list is just too slight now, I always like to go to the bottom of the unread alerts and work upwards, but it is now really hard to see where they start.
ADMIN! I am liking a lot of the changes made, but we need and angry emoji & an eye-rolling one too!...
Fernapple comments on Feb 17, 2020:
The emoji icons for entering in the text, from the FAQ page seem to have gone too, the codes are still there but not the pictures.
ADMIN! I am liking a lot of the changes made, but we need and angry emoji & an eye-rolling one too!...
Fernapple comments on Feb 17, 2020:
Yep must have the angry back, if someone posts a news story about someone else doing something really evil and nasty, how are you supposed to 'Like' it. I have always said we need a 'thank you' as well, but am not too bothered about that compared with loosing angry.
I think you guys have the wrong idea about what you call "Hinduism"
Fernapple comments on Feb 17, 2020:
That is certainly true, but the fact that a thing is much more beside, does not prevent it also being a religion. Else when I asked my friend if he had a religion, why did he reply Hindu ?
Loving the new look. 😃💕🇨🇦
Fernapple comments on Feb 17, 2020:
The colour is better, but we have lost some icons off the like menu, and the notification bell does not give numbers anymore.
@admin How come the new home page does not tell me how many notifications I have? I'd prefer to ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 17, 2020:
Yes that is a real loss.
I think you guys have the wrong idea about what you call "Hinduism"
Fernapple comments on Feb 17, 2020:
Useful and informative.
Homepage just changed; must learn it again. The new page is not as busy I like it. These ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 17, 2020:
There seem to be less icons on the like menu, again.
Mark Zuckerberg again calls for Big Tech to be regulated, even if it’s bad for business ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 17, 2020:
Yes but what government or governments working together, are powerful enough or quick enough of response to regulate big tech. Does he not know this and therefore think that he can say anything he likes, because it will never happen anyway, but it makes him look good.
In making this post, I am not being highly critical, but merely making an observation. Those people...
Fernapple comments on Feb 17, 2020:
Yes, I usually advise people who are new to the site to check out the groups, for that reason. But sadly, even I, often end up browsing the main forum, simply because, the site is not quite big enough ( hopefully yet ) to support a lot of the specialist groups at a good and highly active level. So, off I go again trawling the main forum, through the same old religious and political posts in, often vain, search of something different this time. BUT having said that.. A lot of the people who come newly to this site are looking for help, or to vent, and have just started on their journey into the secular world. It is wrong not to offer a helping hand, to those behind you when asked. And secondly, religion does a lot of harm in the world, it is therefore a moral duty, like it or not, for those who have escaped it and believe in a humanist morality, it to at least lend some support and effort to opposing it.
Malls: Never mind the Internet. Here's what's killing malls - The Economic Times
Fernapple comments on Feb 17, 2020:
Yes, and its not just the Malls or in the US, here in the UK the same factors are eating away at the high streets too.
I still love people’s reactions when they find out I’m an atheist. Every single one of them has ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 17, 2020:
I went bald many years ago, so the two little horns are quite visible, which means that I don't have that problem.
“I’ve never met an animal I didn’t like, but I can’t say the same thing about ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 17, 2020:
I don't think she met a lot of animals, or was she making the common confusion of animal with mammal.
When I was younger I thought Madalyn Murray O Hair was the meanest and most evil person in America ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 17, 2020:
A link would be nice.
I found this man who claimed to have a 20 year old McDonald's hamburger still in good condition. ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 16, 2020:
There is nothing good about the condition of a McDonald's hamburger, even after twenty seconds.
I watched click recently and sat watching the UK head of You tube defending the poor reproducibility...
Fernapple comments on Feb 16, 2020:
Yes I saw that too. You Tube is like everything else you have to use your judgment.
I am curious: How many actually know the difference between: SOCIALISM versus COMMUNISM versus...
Fernapple comments on Feb 16, 2020:
At the most basic level, yes, I think that I do know the difference. However at a deeper level, I am not sure that anyone does, since there are no hard boundaries between them, there are large overlaps, and different people define them differently, often using very subjective judgments and values to reach their definitions. Even in the most extreme cases, there are no hard edges. For example; many would say that, Stalinist Russia was as Communist as you can get, yet they pursued some very racist policies, usually regarded as a feature of Fascism. While many Fascist governments, even Nazi Germany for example, believed in creating full employment by government spending, fairly socialist. While the leader A. H. was a former speaker for the Communist party. Viewed from a distance the extreme political wings often look very different, but when you start looking close they often start to look very alike. Someone once said that the political spectrum is not a line, but a circle. The one defining feature however that all the 'isms' have in common, except perhaps for democratic-socialism, is that they are all, in one way or another anti democratic.
Is there a place where nobody believes in any gods
Fernapple comments on Feb 16, 2020:
Yes lots, a least if you don't bother with tiny marginalized minorities. Most Buddhist and former Buddhist countries, many pre-industrial Animist cultures, China, Japan, the Czech Republic, and large parts of northern Europe where nones are fast becoming majorities.
Too funny.
Fernapple comments on Feb 16, 2020:
If they get it out of those little tins, they should be.
American Exceptionalism A Double Edged Sword By Seymour Martin Lipset
Fernapple comments on Feb 16, 2020:
Like your post, but the link does not work.
I find the Antikythera Mechanism fascinating, and here is a new talk on the subject. [youtu.be] ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 16, 2020:
Wonderful talk, thank you for posting it. Its a cold wet day here and that was a good hour to start the day.
I've just made a comment in a post to say that jelly-fish stings are alkaline. This means that they ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 15, 2020:
But don't try it on bee stings, they are acid, so you need an alkaline for them. Bicarb is recommended. But the truth is, not much really works for bee stings, in part because they are one of the most complex chemical weapons know, including over fifty different active components. Some of which attack the heart, some the nervous system, some cause local cell death, some are pycho-active agents, while some help spread the others and some have unknown actions.
Evolution is just a Theory? CORRECT.
Fernapple comments on Feb 15, 2020:
I think that you may be preaching to the converted a bit here.
Clean Up On Aisle 6!
Fernapple comments on Feb 14, 2020:
My first job was working as a weed digger in the Manor House garden, plus helping the shepherd when he was busy. It was about as humble a job as you can get, but in a tiny village there is not much choice. But I loved being out in the gardens, and having my own money in my pocket at the weekend.
Humans are still evolving: 3 examples of recent adaptations
Fernapple comments on Feb 14, 2020:
This seem to be a very doubtful report. The first example is certainly not an example of evolution, and last is probably not.
French President Macron Defends Young Critic Of Islam: Blasphemy ‘Is No Crime’ | Michael Stone
Fernapple comments on Feb 14, 2020:
Good, well done him.
Agree or disagree, this makes for a fun read! [bigthink.com]
Fernapple comments on Feb 14, 2020:
Yes but do smart happy people become none believers, or do none believers become smart happy people ? That is the question.
[msn.com] Huge rise in UK unemployment figures
Fernapple comments on Feb 14, 2020:
Its moved on. Is now a link to a royal gossip post.
I wonder why there are so many multiple posts? hasn't happened to me in the 100s i've posted.
Fernapple comments on Feb 14, 2020:
I don't know, it seems to happen to some people a lot, but it hardly ever happen to me except once or twice, and unfortunately I was not quick enough to work out what I had done differently. Perhaps you just hold down the submit button longer than you should. If people do come up with any ideas that seem possible, about why it happens, why not go to the community forum and try them out with test posts.
"America is a land of unmatched vitality and vulgarity, a people who care not at all about values ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 13, 2020:
Some would say that nothing much has changed then. But of course I know now, ( having been on this site if nothing else for a while, ) that you are all well educated and tolerant of every form of diversity now.
The worst scam profile I've seen in a while. Check it out, and have some giggles! @Gina666
Fernapple comments on Feb 13, 2020:
Says not available. Yep 'it ' messaged me, but that has gone now too.
The 1st step on the stairway to heaven every morning.
Fernapple comments on Feb 13, 2020:
If this is dried preacher dung, I don't want anything to do with it.
Im looking for a character I can inhabit
Fernapple comments on Feb 13, 2020:
If you are looking for a really evil villain, you can borrow mine for a while.
Speech to text technology will change the way people talk. Words such as many and mini may be ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 13, 2020:
It may only be a short term glitch, Al will get better.
🎉🎆🎉🎆Happy Darwin Day!!!🎆🎉🎆🎉 If you would like to, please share your ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 13, 2020:
It may be obvious but of course. “ Thus, from the war of nature, from famine and death, the most exalted object which we are capable of conceiving, namely, the production of the higher animals, directly follows. There is grandeur in this view of life, with its several powers, having been originally breathed into a few forms or into one; and that, whilst this planet has gone cycling on according to the fixed law of gravity, from so simple a beginning endless forms most beautiful and most wonderful have been, and are being, evolved.”
We die. Why do all religions give an out?
Fernapple comments on Feb 13, 2020:
No they do not all pretend to give an out, most religions never really bothered, and a few like some Buddhist sects actually promote accepting true death. In fact, the giving of personal immortality, is mainly just a recent development of the Abrahamic religions, who are of course the ones who do their best to talk up a fear of death in the first place.
Watched an interview with anchor Carlson(fox news) and BILL NYE ; and my stomach lurched at the ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 13, 2020:
Sorry I can not understand the post. I think that it needs more work.
I have no idea what happens when i die.
Fernapple comments on Feb 13, 2020:
If the planet is unlucky, your relatives get their hands on you and waste a lot of fossil fuel burning you. If things work out really well, you die alone in the woods, and lots of good creatures get a feast.
Hi,, is this site, working for anybody?
Fernapple comments on Feb 13, 2020:
Trying to get it to work, is where the fun is found.
FSM New here. Hello fellow non-believers
Fernapple comments on Feb 13, 2020:
Hello and welcome to the site, do check out the groups if you have time, there is something for everybody. Enjoy.
Religion has always been used as a tool to control the population. Atheism or agnosticism are seen ...
Fernapple comments on Feb 13, 2020:
Because it saves the effort of having to think things though for yourself. Laziness is the second greatest force in human life and history after boredom.
BRAVO! This Black History Month display is going viral for all the right reasons.
Fernapple comments on Feb 13, 2020:
Because it is interesting.