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Atheist & agnostic- I do not believe that there is any evidence for god or gods. On the contrary, suffering shows that either there is no god, r that she/he/it doesn't give a damn. Or else is powerless. Either way...
Ex-christian- have a Master of Diivnity degree. And I even was paid to write sunday school lessons. But that was a long time ago, in a galaxy far far away...
I collect books (no, I haven't thoroughly readf them all- not enough time), kaleidoscopes. I have a small collection of rocks, minerals, glassware.
I enjoy photography.
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even rocks are beautiful
HumanistJohn comments on May 31, 2020:
Great colors. Love the patterns in #3!
This is a native Peacock butterfly (you can see why) photographed in the garden last summer, on my ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 31, 2020:
Wonderful! Most butterflies are plant-specific ( at least that's for species in eeastern Virginia).
I posted this in the garden group, but thought it would go here as well.
HumanistJohn comments on May 31, 2020:
Great photos! And th perspective/viewpoint of #2 is quite original. Good artistry.
Landscapes — 1: Lake Wendouree, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, 2018.
HumanistJohn comments on May 31, 2020:
I really like #2. #3 us very interesting- wsd it film or digital?
Get the joke
HumanistJohn comments on May 30, 2020:
In Auggust 2017, when the Charlottesville Intimidation by NeoNazis and racists happened (you know, the poeple whom djt called "very nice people"), we were in an AMTRAK dining car. The couple we were seated with were from Netherlands. He was accessing his home town newspaper on his tablet. There, in full inglorious color, was a photo and an article. Those bastards with the torches made headlines all over the world.
I want this on a shirt
HumanistJohn comments on May 30, 2020:
Wanna be dictators (and repubs in general) always hate facts.
One year ago today, I took a hike in Stresa, Italy, and up the mountain to Someraro and elsewhere.
HumanistJohn comments on May 30, 2020:
The water photos are especially great. How long does the person posing as a statue have to remain still? Do you have any pictures of the white peacocks?
Greetings to everyone! This is my first post in this group, and I'm excited about it.
HumanistJohn comments on May 30, 2020:
Thank you for sharing your beadwork although I can't decide whether the white background or the textured background shows your artwork beter. Love the nature photos.
Angry Young Preacher: The Bible Says Gay People Should Be Executed (Humanely) | Hemant Mehta | ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 30, 2020:
Another example of pick-and-choose The bible also says that, if your son is unruly, take him before the elders and then stone him to death. Does he preach that also? Does he wear clothes made of two different materials? The bible foorbids that also. He probably wants to post the ten commandments everywhere too. By which he means those found in exodus 20. The funny thing is that the 'list' in exodus 20 is never called 'ten commandments'. But the ones found in exodus 34 are called specifically that. Compare the lists- they are different. The name of the game is ALWAYS pick-and-choose.
Putting the Twit in Twitter
HumanistJohn comments on May 30, 2020:
He wants to destroy everything that doesn't kiss his ass.
One year ago today, in and near Baveno, Italy.
HumanistJohn comments on May 30, 2020:
Love the grend in #1! Mama & her chicks should have gone viral. Great composition in #2. Great sly colors in #20.
Trump Shares “The Only Good Democrat is a Dead Democrat” Video President Trump has tweeted a...
HumanistJohn comments on May 30, 2020:
Are concentration camps next? Gas chambers? tRump supporters are willfully ignorant.
Today’s walk on the golf course. I found peonies.
HumanistJohn comments on May 29, 2020:
Love the water shots with the reflections.
It's the Stupid, Stupid.
HumanistJohn comments on May 28, 2020:
Evangelicals Unmasked Mrs Betty Bowers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4oNAHA6Hfw
What a clown. I wish Twitter would shut down his account
HumanistJohn comments on May 28, 2020:
Conservatives hate truth. pos can't shut it down. However, his lackeys (such as pos junior , Barr) can cause all kinds of legal problems. that fat orange blob keeps talking about the "deep state." That's what he wants- a government which always backs up whatever he says... a doj to harass and prosecute his po;otical enemies... god & country everywhere (of course, the evangelical god. no others need apply) conservatives have always attacked freedom & democracy.
Ok Texas, your turn.
HumanistJohn comments on May 28, 2020:
Not surprising. repubs have even admitted that a larger turnout reduces their chances of winning anything.
Quid pro quo?
HumanistJohn comments on May 28, 2020:
More like "quo vadis?"
Yes, it’s peonie time! My single plant disappointed me by giving me again, only one flower.
HumanistJohn comments on May 28, 2020:
"What a flower!" What ... flower photographs! Great close-ups!
They're starting pretty early with the conspiracies for when trump loses! Saw this on FB and loads ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 27, 2020:
According to Time.com (https://time.com/5843088/west-virginia-mail-carrier-fraud-absentee-ballots/), eight ballots were altered. Five were changed from Democrat to Republican. The other three were Republican already but 'Republican' was circled with black ink. Voter fraud? Most of the cases are tRump supporters.
These things write themselves
HumanistJohn comments on May 27, 2020:
I wish. Of course, then we get pence... Unless they die within minutes of each other.
Found a delightfully detailed future front page for the NY Times...
HumanistJohn comments on May 27, 2020:
It's too early to start celebrating. The election is more than five months away. And we know that republicans always play dirty, from Watergate on down. When they finish disenfranchising people (ask Stacer Abrams), they will throw out as many votes as they can (ask Al Gore).
Trump Accuses Twitter of Interfering in the 2020 Presidential Election President Donald Trump ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 27, 2020:
This administration lies continually. republicans are allergic to truth.
WHAT IT IS REALLY LIKE TO BE INTUBATED AND PLACED ON A VENTILATOR Written by a nurse who works ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 27, 2020:
@SeaGreenEyez @HippieChick58 Thank you both for your comments on this post.
Lets hope so friends
HumanistJohn comments on May 26, 2020:
Unfortunately his supporters believe every lie out of his mouth.
Potty POTUS
HumanistJohn comments on May 26, 2020:
He's such a cry baby!
One year ago today, we walked through Baveno, Italy, on the west coast of Lago Maggiore.
HumanistJohn comments on May 26, 2020:
Great! Love #1- focus & bokeh fantastic. Same for #2. Great perspective on #5 & #6.
A few blasts from the not-so-distant past...
HumanistJohn comments on May 26, 2020:
Great photos! I like the effect (posterized?) on #1 & #2.
Please, I beg you all.
HumanistJohn comments on May 26, 2020:
If orange blob is not booted out we'll have a theocratic dictatorship masquerading s democracy.
WHAT IT IS REALLY LIKE TO BE INTUBATED AND PLACED ON A VENTILATOR Written by a nurse who works ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 25, 2020:
@bbrd009 Your 'logic' is totally wrong. If doctors and nurses don't live as long, on average, as others it does NOT mean that they give bad advice. IF this is as you say (and I haven't checked- YET), it's because (1) they are exposed to more infectious agents and (2) they have very stressful occupations. AS far as taking up smoking because a TV 'doctor' recommended it... many of then were juat actors. Yes, there was a time when some doctors recommended smoking because smoking supposedly reduced stress. However, since studies were done, health professionals warn against smoking. And, by the way, fasting will not 'reset' your immune system.
Perfect name
HumanistJohn comments on May 25, 2020:
I'm still laughing! Can't stop!
Gosh, isn't it wonderful when the flowers 💐 look good enough to eat.
HumanistJohn comments on May 25, 2020:
I especially love the colors in #4 and #5. The subtle color gradients in #4 are very pleasing. Amd I really like the shades of red and green in #6. The reds in the buds adds to the effect.
I love going back to the peacock spot in my walks.
HumanistJohn comments on May 25, 2020:
Love those pictures! Maybe you'll get lucky and get another picture of a peacock struttin' his stuff. It would also be nice if you could get a closeup of his colorfull display.
The Death of Expertise
HumanistJohn comments on May 25, 2020:
There are a number of reasons for this demise. Just to quote a few: 1 Evangelicalism, which wants to support their little holy book, no matter how ridiculous its claims are 2 Critical thinking skills are not even hinted at in most schools. Our schools can't teach such things- kids might actually use them and reject their parent's beliefs and values 3 right-wing politics, which wants their beliefs validated without any facts and even with facts to the contrary/ They've been downgrading expertise and education for years (one of the dirst things the greedy-old-party almost always cuts is educationsl funding. After all, we must cut taxes to ensure that the rich stay rich.
FEED MY BIAS ! My history is bad.
HumanistJohn comments on May 25, 2020:
I'm reading this now: The Darkening Age: The Christian Destruction of the Classical World Paperback – April 16, 2019 by Catherine Nixey (Author)
Guess the Chinese are slow on everything. Slow to report virus slow to update records.
HumanistJohn comments on May 25, 2020:
@Cutiebeauty Consider the source... National Review is another right-wing rag. All their articles I have ever read either miss the point entirely or twist things around. Why aren''t they pointing out all the corruption of this administration? By the way, conservatives have no damn right to birch about nepotism when they support the king of nepotism that asshole in the white house. Such typical right wing hypocrisy
Now, watch this drive.
HumanistJohn comments on May 25, 2020:
... and he didn't even yell "fore"...
My daughter’s eye...
HumanistJohn comments on May 25, 2020:
Great shot. Amazing focus!
Some roses at home. I’ve cropped the yellow rose
HumanistJohn comments on May 25, 2020:
Great flower photos! Love #1 especially but I think (and it's only my opinion) it would be even better if you cropped it, omitting the bottom third. That would make the large flower stand out even more.
How much you wanna bet that Trump will unveil his own portrait before leaving office?
HumanistJohn comments on May 24, 2020:
Biden ought to hammer this point home.
Four years ago today, we were in Stresa, on the West Coast of Lago Maggiore, Italy. :)
HumanistJohn comments on May 24, 2020:
Thank you for posrting again; you do sch great work. I enjoy looking at your photos. The patterns in #6 are intriguiing- the shadow against the bricked pavement... The perapective on #7 is also unique. Very good!
Trump Hits the Golf Course to Kick Off the Summer Season With the coronavirus death toll ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 24, 2020:
Hear Trump criticize Obama for playing golf during a crisis: https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2020/05/23/donald-trump-golf-coronavirus-obama-ebola-sot-vpx-nr.cnn
Four years ago today, we went to Milano (Milan), Italy.
HumanistJohn comments on May 24, 2020:
All great photos but #9's my favoritel love the way the picture flows. Are #7 and #9 the same building?
Landscapes — 1: Lough Macnean Lower, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, 1969.
HumanistJohn comments on May 24, 2020:
Great compositions, especially #2- the sun coming through the tree branches, the sweep of the picture (the sky and the water give an almost triangular shape), and the reflections in the water... all add uo to make a wonderful composition. I like #1 but I wish the sky were a little more pronounced, but it's very difficult to get sky and ground perfectly balanced. Still, it's a great picture. #3's slope adds to the picture greatly. Smooth. Relaxing
Lincoln Project is going after McConnell - and I think they will get the turtle!
HumanistJohn comments on May 23, 2020:
moscow mitch always complains about partisanship but no one is more partisan than him. We now have scores of right-wing federal judges and 2 more bastard supreme court justices because of him. And hen there was that circus of an impeachment "trial."
I bet he thinks he's a great husband and father too.
HumanistJohn comments on May 23, 2020:
His base understands that "cleaning up the mess I inherited" are code words for "undoing everything that Obama did."
YES! GOD BLESS ALL AMERICANS, ONLY BELIEVERS THAT IS!
HumanistJohn comments on May 23, 2020:
And the last sentence of that spiel: "And I don't give a damn, either."
I bet he thinks he's a great husband and father too.
HumanistJohn comments on May 23, 2020:
Another racist, self-serving, delusional remark from the king of lies.
‘We also have the right’: Indonesian women break taboos in pursuit of sexual pleasure - National...
HumanistJohn comments on May 23, 2020:
Is there ANY religion that doesn't repress and despise women? And don't point to "progressive" Christian sects. They only "support" the freedom of women insofar as they ignore the Bible's teaching (written by patriarchial men in patriarchal socities).
With their backs against the wall, in discussions about gods, religious people often tend to use the...
HumanistJohn comments on May 23, 2020:
Is there anything you can't justify by faith? There's an invisible green Martian sitting on your shoulder. Oh, by the way, she's weightless. I have faith she's there...
Do you guys ever stop to think.
HumanistJohn comments on May 23, 2020:
The other side of that coin: Think of all the things that WERE created. WE can delight in that. There's also the manuscripts that were saved from destruction because the heirs didn't destroy them.
Love is in the air!
HumanistJohn comments on May 23, 2020:
Great shot!
Spread this one far and wide,
HumanistJohn comments on May 22, 2020:
Clinton, Bush, and Obama acted as Presidents. The clown who holds the title now only cares about himself and his image. The most important thing to him during this crisis is his TV ratings.
I have a friend who's parents are atheists (I met them at a Unitarian church) but he converted to ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 22, 2020:
I haven't had time to read your entire post yet but one thing struck me... He doesn't think viruses are real because they can't be seen in a microscope. Before the invention of the microscope he'd probably say the same things about germs. And wwhat about atoms?
Haven't seen it explained this well before...
HumanistJohn comments on May 22, 2020:
"his tiny balls" Laugh! Laugh!
Wildflowers Taken different days.
HumanistJohn comments on May 21, 2020:
@Lincoln55 @fishline79 @Heidi68 Here are the original photos, converted from raw yo jpg with no editing (other tha reduction of quality to get a reduced file size) Comments, Anyone?
Four years ago today, my spouse and I took a niece and her husband on a boat trip to see Isola Bella...
HumanistJohn comments on May 21, 2020:
Wow! Great perspective/point of view on the landscapes and the building/street photos. The pers[ective really heightens the interest.
Caught what I think is a dove gathering nesting materials from the back yard.
HumanistJohn comments on May 21, 2020:
Great Bird picture!
In the neighborhood. Detroit, MI
HumanistJohn comments on May 21, 2020:
Great street photography! I particularly liked the last 3.
Sunset in Kona
HumanistJohn comments on May 21, 2020:
Like the subtle shades of yellow/orange. The different trees are also interesting.
Good advice
HumanistJohn comments on May 21, 2020:
A long, long hot bath and shower with lots and lots of soap. And something to get that bad taste out of my mouth because I puked.
After three gray rainy days in Miami: Brickell Avenue skyline...
HumanistJohn comments on May 20, 2020:
Interesting shapes/styles of those buildings. Nice photo with a great perspective. Grat sky. But the building styles sure clash.
Lincoln Art Park mural, Detroit "We are one and of the same A force of nature.
HumanistJohn comments on May 20, 2020:
Beautiful colors in that mural.
Snoopy knows.
HumanistJohn comments on May 20, 2020:
And all the damn tRump cultist followers have no comment. Except to applaud. I once saw a product that had, on its label, "genuine artificial leather." I wonder how many people were taken in?
Quite an interesting contrast! History and history in the making!
HumanistJohn comments on May 20, 2020:
Perhaps tRump lacks a pineal gland.
datingpool [agnostic.com]
HumanistJohn comments on May 19, 2020:
Not true at all.
A vaccum is what vaccum does
HumanistJohn comments on May 19, 2020:
This is a common cultural joke. I don't understand. Most women love giving BJs!
Unsuccessful president, unsuccessful businessman Trump thinks to stop trading with China will save ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 19, 2020:
Lard doesn't take the heat very well. It melts under criticism.
Ok, not entirely sure where to post this.
HumanistJohn comments on May 18, 2020:
Even though many organized religions are losing members, evangelicals are gaining power in the United States. This is scary, their talk of satan and demons. I just started reading Catherine Nixey's book** The Darkening Age (The Christian Destruction of the Classical World)**. It's scary how much he attitudes of evangelicals are so much like those of the early middle ages.
Trump Claims He's Taking Hydroxychloroquine to Guard Against Virus President Donald Trump said ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 18, 2020:
Do you think he'll try drinking some bleach next? He's heard that disinfectant kills viruses...
Feels a bit ridiculous posting these in a photography group, as they were taken out the window of my...
HumanistJohn comments on May 18, 2020:
Great Sky Color!
Taken locally to where I live, Bluewater nature trail Greenhithe Kent UK
HumanistJohn comments on May 18, 2020:
Great bird photos!
In regards to the middle picture-----Following the first picture a progressive president was chosen ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 18, 2020:
If we don't get tRump and his cronies and e=nablers out of office in November, we will have it even worse than we have now. We will be living in a Dikensian world. Gone will be all programs to help anyone. Privization will be even more rampant (bye bye Post Office, for example). The department of justice (so-called) will begin prosecuting political opponents and journalists. And the horrors go on and on. I have voted for 3rd party presidental candidates before. BNut this time around, a vote for a 3rd party helps tRump/
I hate Theists
HumanistJohn comments on May 18, 2020:
You CAN say "I hate theists." I don't believe that you hate the people themselves but hate what tey do and stand for. In this forum I do believe such sentiments are acceptable. However, I wouldn't express those feelings "in public."
Beautiful day with beautiful flowers
HumanistJohn comments on May 17, 2020:
Great color and bokeh! he shades of blue and green in #3 go nicely together. Love the detail in #1.
No comparison, but I'm going to try anyhow.
HumanistJohn comments on May 17, 2020:
A cold glass of milk and a warm homemade chocolate chip cookie...
I can't make this shit up.
HumanistJohn comments on May 17, 2020:
He needs to be in jail. Corruption thy name is republican. @dede18 Wasn't Martha Stewart a democrat? Different rules- the gop hounded Hillary for years, but no one's supposed to touch orange-blob shithead. Just ask his partner in crime, Barr
Absolutely Priceless.
HumanistJohn comments on May 17, 2020:
Orange-blob ignores anything longer than a 1-pager. And he'll usually ignore that if his name isn't on it. Also he's such a damn racist that he wants to undo all of Obama's achievements. Hell, he still ranted about the Central Park 5 even after it was proven that they were innocent based on a confession and DNA evidennce.
Eric Trump: Coronavirus will disappear after election day - Business Insider
HumanistJohn comments on May 17, 2020:
It seems that eric (pos in training) is suggesting that the virus is another way that the media and democrats are tring to get tRump.
FOX NEWS ACTUALLY AIRED THIS GRAPHIC:
HumanistJohn comments on May 17, 2020:
Another question (or two): What was fox's spin on this? That 'Ministry of Truth' spins everything of course. Whicjh show aired it? I am surprised that Germans didn't rank Putin more of a threat, given Putin's ambitions in eastern Eusope.
Sunday hike at Tai Tam reservoir and dam,Sai Wan Ho,New Territory,Hong Kong.
HumanistJohn comments on May 17, 2020:
Love the water photos with the blue water and blue sky.
I love flowers, love taking pictures of flowers.
HumanistJohn comments on May 17, 2020:
Great photos. I particularly like #6. The greenery gives a great background to the flower's color and shape of the petals.
Well, that makes a lot of sense! :-D
HumanistJohn comments on May 17, 2020:
As I've said before, his vocabulary has never been the best, no matter what moscow mitch or grotesque graham say
Captain Trump of the RMS Titanic “There isn’t any iceberg” There is an iceberg but it is in ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 17, 2020:
Witty!
LA Convention Center earlier this year.
HumanistJohn comments on May 17, 2020:
Great point-of-view!
Owner Claims Her Salon is Also Ministry and Should Be Allowed to Reopen The owner of a ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 17, 2020:
Love your puns! Have you ever considered writing a book? Or have you written one already?
Trump Claims Absolute Immunity from All Investigations "The Supreme Court this week will hear ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 16, 2020:
Dictators and would-be dictators have no logic. WE have an attorney general who thinks that the DOJ is to be a political ally of the president. We have senators who want to investigate law enforcement for doing their jobs (investigating contacts with russians). The republican war on the American people, our constitution, the rights of ordinary citizens continues.
Flowers - Google Photos
HumanistJohn comments on May 16, 2020:
Great color! Love the raindrops on the flowers.
Today in Iowa.
HumanistJohn comments on May 16, 2020:
I really like the reflections on the water. It was particularly nice to have such good exposure in @2- sky, background, and reflections.
What’s blooming in my patio garden .
HumanistJohn comments on May 16, 2020:
Love the detail, especially #2!
Landscapes — 1: Portmeirion, North Wales, 2009.
HumanistJohn comments on May 16, 2020:
All great photos! I always liked sunlight on the water.
Evangelicals Claim the Mark of the Beast Will Be In Coronavirus Vaccine Polls show Evangelical ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 16, 2020:
Speaking of '666', evangelicals might also consider 2 Thessalonians 2:4: Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God. (KJV) Can't you see tRump doing this?
Working hard to protect Americans?
HumanistJohn comments on May 16, 2020:
republicans have for years ignored, dismissed, and ridiculed scientists and anyone with expertise. They don't want facts and truth getting in the way of their agenda(s). They also criticized government; again, they didn't want anything getting in the way of corporations' "right" to dumo toxic shit in our air and waters. and they didn't want anyone to protect the safety of workers (just ask the koch family who started the tea party). Remember when rr said that "government is the problem"?
Intellect and Pseudo
HumanistJohn comments on May 15, 2020:
Now that pos Lindsey Graham will investigate those persons who investigated tRump and company's russian connections. Trying to put forth the 'message' that they were out to get tRump. What an ass-kisser Graham is... On another point, political pundits keep talking about tRump's numbers slipping. What they need to be talking about is WHY that ugly orange blob has any supporters at all. Just saying that his supporters are stupid isn't enough of an answer. I hate to say this, but I'm worried. I remember that the pundits said that Hillary would win (some even said 48 states). Don't count your chickens before they're hatched.
If Trump ever gets arrested for his crimes (not holding my breath), we should hold anyone still ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 13, 2020:
I am so damn tired of the racist bastards that range-blob has enabled.
At the lake.
HumanistJohn comments on May 12, 2020:
I like #2 the best. But I keep thinking...what if you colored in the driftwood? I think that would be even more striking.
Mitch McConnell: Obama 'should have kept his mouth shut' instead of criticizing US coronavirus ...
HumanistJohn comments on May 12, 2020:
Moscow Mitch- proud member of the triumverate of evil.
I'm sure we could think of a few more...
HumanistJohn comments on May 12, 2020:
This "man" is the most dishonest, most corrupt, stupidest, misogynistic, misanthropic president we have ever had. And that, as they say, is going some.
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HumanistJohn comments on May 12, 2020:
"Loser" One of djt's favorite words (even if it is 2 syllables).
The real reason trump wants to reopen....as if we didn't already know 🤬
HumanistJohn comments on May 12, 2020:
The most important thing for those people is making money. How many times have I been told something like "after all, this is a business." What they mean by that is that business (i.e., making money) is more important than fairness, justice, democracy, the environment, and so on. People who utter phrases like that are seldom aware of the implications of that attitude. Also, according to them, the bigger the business, the better..Small businesses don't count. There are a lot of corollaries here (such as, if you're poor, it's your fault. Or if your business doesn't grow and become large, it's your fault). By the way, they also read Adam Smith all wrong. But that's a story for another day.
While we deal with the crisis the birds feel the love in the air.
HumanistJohn comments on May 11, 2020:
I especially like #2.

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I obviously didn't take this picture. It's my great aunt's husband, taken in 1908. He was working for Brooks Brothers driving an electric vehicle.
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I took this on Easter Sunday in the 70s. Because of the ice storm all the churches were closed.
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