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I was never brought up with any religion as a kid, so I was never a believer. But I've been living in a mostly Christian area for the last decade or so. I do have some friends that are believers, but we get along great, we just never bring up our beliefs to each other.Problem is that most others judge me4 as a horrible person, and that I'm going to hell, how can i have morals with out god. etc. I saw this site, and thought it would be great to be at a place where I can chat with others that have the same thoughts about god and religion.
I've been told that I have a big heart. I don't know if it's true or not but i try to do what I can to help others.
I also have a great sense of humor, and I like being around others that do as well.

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If you could write a new law that everyone had to follow, what would it be?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 6, 2018:
All bow before lord Zod.
What quote or saying do people spout but is complete BS?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 5, 2018:
The best I've ever read was from Christians misquoting Einstien. They use this one a lot “In the view of such harmony in the cosmos which I, with my limited human mind, am able to recognize, there are yet people who say there is no God. But what makes me really angry is that they quote me for support of such views.” But Albert had a great retort to this: “It was, of course, a lie what you read about my religious convictions, a lie which is being systematically repeated. I do not believe in a personal God and I have never denied this but have expressed it clearly. If something is in me which can be called religious then it is the unbounded admiration for the structure of the world so far as our science can reveal it.”
IMHO 'Dirt' is one of the best albums ever recorded. This show was in 93 Lollapalooza tour. I got ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 5, 2018:
Oh, and I forgot, It's beer:30,so drink up! hope every one has a great weekend.
Today has been a shit day. I need a feel good story. What’s something nice someone did for ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 5, 2018:
At the homeless shelter where I volunteer at, we had a cook out for lunch, and it was great to see every one enjoying it. I think it lifted a lot of spirits.
Waiting in line for a shuttle, my female friend and I strike up a conversation with an OMG handsome ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 5, 2018:
I always ask about the other person,..And listen.
Anybody have funny stories about a first date? Here's a true one. Met someone for the first time on ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 5, 2018:
I know this might sound crazy, But I've never had a bad first date, Although after getting to know them better after some time i found out what they were really like, and it was not good. That's actually one of the reasons I like meeting some one new over a couple of drinks. People seem to open up more and show their true colors.
Does not get much better then this... [youtube.com]
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 5, 2018:
It wouldn't play for me.
You are having dinner by yourself in a very nice but very crowded restaurant. The manager comes over...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 5, 2018:
As much as I do like to eat out alone, sometimes it's nice to have some company. I wouldn't care what she looks like, i would just hope that we would have a good conversation. So, yes. I would do it.
Atheist political party
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 5, 2018:
To be honest, I believe that we've had a few Atheists in office including Presidents. They just couldn't admit it knowing that they would never get elected.
Loves me some Tyson. This is a great one of his about science, and religion. [youtu.be]
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 5, 2018:
oops, I posted this in the wrong group.
You know, to the untrained eye, I'm actually quite attractive.
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 5, 2018:
I'm like that especially when they have beer goggles.
What’s something your brain tries to make you do and you have to will yourself not to do it?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 5, 2018:
I have Schizoaffective disorder, so I constantly deal with my brain telling my all kind of things. Meds work fairly well, but not 100%. But over the years, and some good therapy I've learned tools to combat that.
What would your pet name you?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 5, 2018:
Food bearer.
Bach. - Brandenburg Concerto No,3 in G major. Frieburg Baroque Orchestra. [youtu.be]
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 5, 2018:
Bach's Brandenburg Concertos have been a main staple in my song list for ages.
Friends I find myself confuzzled.... I was talking to a gal on OKC and she turned me down based ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 4, 2018:
Nothing like some good woo woo. Here is a great clip on this subject, by Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson. https://youtu.be/JNQIGtFJmrQ
What are some of y'alls favorite podcasts?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 4, 2018:
Star talk with Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson. The Joe Rogan Experience. The thinking Atheist with Seth Andrews. The Atheist Experience.
For any fans of the Evil Dead movies, orTV series Ash vs Evil Dead, a photo of cast L to R: Ray ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 4, 2018:
To me the whole movie trilogy is a classic, and should be seen by every one at least once.
That spiritual feeling. I am not quite sure why so many people have ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 4, 2018:
Ah, some good old woo woo.
Of course I can, can you?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 4, 2018:
That is a lovely pic of my ex.
A few members of this site need to take note of this [newsthump.com]
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 4, 2018:
I post and comment on my phone and my fingers are too big for the little letters on the thing, so I make all kinds of spelling mistakes.
Have you stopped watching a TV show, or listening to a musician due to their political beliefs? ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 4, 2018:
I liked the band Creed when they first came out. To be honest, i rarely listen to lyrics, It's all about the music. but after a while I did end up listening to them. it just wasn't religious, it was down right preachy. I don't listen to them anymore.
Has anyone been to Welcome to Rockville in Jacksonville? My buddy and I have gone for 3 years now. ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I've always been a fan of pantera.
So that's how it happens!
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I've been lucky, I've never has a weight probnlrm But i HAVE MANY OTHER FLAWES
So that's how it happens!
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I've been fairly lucky, I haven't gained any weight over the years. I don't know if it's genetics, or a disposition to have a great diet. but either way, I've been lucky.
Slow ride ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
The best way to go IMHO.
They sure miss a lot! I am a big cloud watcher.
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
It's funny, I have a nice smart phone, but i only ever use it to have internet on my PC. I don't even know the Phone #.
If you have a birthday today...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
Mines coming up in November. I pretty much celebrate the whole month,. because I can and i'm not getting any younger, so I try to enjoy things as much as I can.
Your New Boyfriend/Girlfriend.......
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
Even if I did, I would still give my new number to every one I know anyway.
Doubt vs gullibilty
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I've mentioned this in another post a bit ago. I find that planting seeds works wonders. i've had conversations with many believers, some are great friends. I learned that it's never a good thing to try and force any one to think differently than they do. However, what I do is listen to what they have to say. Then I'll say how I view things politely. Some times it gets into a great conversation. But I think that a lot of believers, especially the very religious have been mislead at what an Atheist, or non-believer is like. for instance i've heard from many that said things like, you seem very nice, and not judgemental, you seem to enjoy life, and you seem like a nice person, I would not have thought that. That seed of showing that their misconceptions about Atheists were not what they were told. That kind of seed has the potential to have a believer take pause and think. I've known many because of that, ended up questioning their own beliefs.
A Real Woman
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I would have to venture to say that applies to every one. I've lived that myself. It is sometimes hard, but I agree, when putting yourself back together, one usually comes out better for it. Nothing beats experience.
At roughly what age did you notice the first profound shift in your life's priorities?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I was 16. After been thrown into a wall by my father, who was very abusive to me my whole life. I walked up to my room, packed a few things and left. As I passed him, I said. You no longer have a son.And I meant it. Those were the last words i ever said to him. I ended up being taken in by my aunt and uncle. one of the first things I remember reflecting one the whole thing was that I made a solem promise that I would never be like him, I would never treat another human being like that ever. And I've stuck to that my whole life since.
Age differences. I have always like women who are significantly older than I am. (I'm sure it's that...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
Honestly I've never had a thing about age. Either we get along great, or we don't, to me age never comes into it. But I can say that I know what you mean about how old you look. I have the same thing. I look like i'm in my 30's ish. but I'm really 53. which is weird sometimes, because when I hang out with people my own age, they usually don't take me serioussly because they think I'm too young to understand.
This showed up on my FB feed a few minutes ago. And just as I was thinking how desperately I need ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I find it rather strange, and sad at just what believers will say, or post because it sounds good, when they know damn well it didn't really happen.
Is being likeable a skill?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I had a very abusive father. I vowed to never be like him, so I spent most of my life, and still do trying to be as nice to people as i can. I also have a great time volunteering at the homeless shelter because I like to help when I can. I'm not sure if that makes me likeable or not. But I do like the person I am. and to be honest. that's really all that counts IMHO.
When your first name is different, people naturally do not interact with you. Mainly because they ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
Mine is fairly easy not to be mispronounced.
You'll have to admit, the man casts a hell of a shadow.
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
Awesome!
What's the last thing that you do before you go to bed each night?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
Finish my glass of wine.
Zoo for drunk people....?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I live in Florida, and I agree with this. Although, there are some really good people here as well.
Today I am posting one of my most favourite choral pieces which I love to sing......Locus Iste. ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I have not heard this before. But it's very beautiful. Thanks for sharing this. :)
Okay! Why am I getting this everywhere? Has the site gone completely mad with reporting deleting and...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I get that often, not sure why.
So, if Christians came from Jews, why are there still Jews?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
If I drank a bunch of beer, why is there still beer?
What for you personally is the most important meal of the day?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
Drinking. :)
Why I'm likely to die single...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I rather enjoy being single. Not to say that Haven't enjoyed most of my relationships, but I seem to favor hanging with my friends, or just alone these days. I've never had a problem with doing things by myself, like going out to diner, or a movie and such. But one never knows, some one special might just come along.
Wow. I just got blocked from my first person. Should I feel honored or offended? I am not ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I got blocked from some one the first week I was here. Fine by me though, the guy is an ass.
SHARE SQUIRREL MEMES NOW!!!!!! I love squirrels, they are my anti-depressant.... that is all!
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I know a lot of dogs like to chase cars but, My old dog was the bane of squirrels. She chased every one that ever stepped onto my yard, even caught a few.
Do you love where you live? Why? I'm giving some serious thought to leaving my home Chicago in ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I live in Clearwater Florida. It's beautiful here.
Netflix time now watching Black Panther. If you seen it how did you like it? ??
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I've been a marvel fan since I was a kid with comic books. I've seen some great movie translations, and I've seen some bad. I thought they did a great job with this one. They even brought him into that last Avengers movie as well, just like the old comics were.
cats v dogs
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I've always preferred dogs. Not to say that I don't like cats as well, but I'm much more of a dog person. I really miss having one though, we can't have pets where I live.
We Should Treat Strangers With Kindness Always
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 2, 2018:
here is a great quote from Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson on this.. And I try to live by this.
What HAS science ever really done for us?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 2, 2018:
Richard Dawkins has a bit on the same thing.and funny. https://youtu.be/0OtFSDKrq88
Best compliment you have received?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 2, 2018:
A smile and a hug from some one I helped from a person I helped at the homeless shelter I volunteer at.
Plagiarism, anyone?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 2, 2018:
Don't believe every thing you read on the internet. ~ Abraham Lincoln.
How annoyed do you get when a religious person give all credit to god, despite it was you that may ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 2, 2018:
I've seen that kind of thing at the homeless shelter I volunteer at. A church group will come and bring diner for every one, when asked the'll say, "we are doing gods work". And all I can think to say (but I hold my tongue) is that, no, you do this because you are a good person, and like to help people. God's got nothing to do with it.
What's worse?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 1, 2018:
They are all equally horrific.
Ok, let's say you meet someone and you two hit it off. Times goes on and you decide they are the one...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 1, 2018:
Marriage is over rated. Staying together, is staying together. I don't need a paper saying so. Plus, I could think of many other things to spend money on rather than a ring.
I’M OFFENDED! Why does milky white flesh bother some people so much? There was a woman in my ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 1, 2018:
I don't tan even if i wanted to. my skin is either pale white, or if I get sun, lobster red.
Unpopular Opinions I know you got 'em, what are they?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 1, 2018:
I believe that a bit of euthanasia might not be such a bad idea. Some people really be taken out of the gene pool.
If you are lonely, dim all lights and put on a horror movie. After a while it won’t feel like you ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 1, 2018:
I like being alone, sometimes that is my favorite time.
Ah, October. It's finally here. So much great stuff to do this month,.. There are apple ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 1, 2018:
I wanted to add some links to show what some of these events are like.
I am feeling encouraged. After three weeks of chatting as friends because I was talking to someone ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 1, 2018:
Good for you. I hope it works out. :)
Would you rather spend five days exploring Disney or New York City?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 1, 2018:
I've done both. NYC, for the win!
What do you like to do on a rainy day?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 1, 2018:
Nap.
Interstellar 2013 by Christopher Nolan for it's venturing into deep questions about universe and ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 1, 2018:
I liked that movie,I thought it was pretty original. The only problem I had was, Why a different galaxy? There are over 100 Billion stars with countless other planets in our own galaxy. surely they could have found one habitable here. Just my 2 cents.
Hello October. Enjoy you coffee Coffee reveals itself as an unlikely elixir. ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 1, 2018:
Morning. and happy October to you as well. :)
I would like to add John Waters’s film Pecker. It’s fantastic! [m.imdb.com]
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 1, 2018:
Oh yes, this is a classic. Haven't seen it in quite a while, I'll have to look it up and see it again. Thanks for reminding me.:)
Pachelbel. - Canon in D major......wonderfully soothing! [youtu.be]
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 1, 2018:
This, and Bach, Air on a G string, are two of my favorites to listen to when I need to relax and get into a better mood. Works every time. Great Post.
Charades gone wrong.
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 1, 2018:
Ha. That's a fucking great one. I actually got a real lol out of that, thanks :)
Home remedies. What's your favorite?
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 30, 2018:
Hot peppers. cures everything. or it will at least take your mind off of what ever is bothering you.
Do you think it is necessary to try to change people’s perspective about their beliefs or just get...
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 30, 2018:
Planting seeds works wonders. So does emperical evidence. Rather that trying to tell some one that they are wrong and stupid for thinking so, it is IMHO and experience that I will tell them What I understand to be true, and back it up with some published notations, or papers, or many other ways. Then let them decide for themselves. sometimes just the right seed can grow a giant tree. Attacking them only makes you the same as they are, and where then is the progress in that?
An Antidote to White Male Capitalist Culture: Adrienne Rich on the Liberating Power of Storytelling ...
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 30, 2018:
I just finished a big book, but I got a cramp in my hand from all the crayon coloring.
The Chevrolet Corvette C5 is a sports car which started in 1997 and ended with the 2004 model year. ...
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 30, 2018:
Mid life crisis?
Monkey see, monkey do. Perhaps a message to a certain judge?
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 30, 2018:
There isn't anything there.
Question about finding the right person. Do you believe that to some extent we do not have control ...
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 30, 2018:
I honestly think that a 100% compatability from the start is probably not possible. However a fairly good % can turn into a significant bond as each other gets to know each other better,.....mostly, it could go the other way as well. I like to choose option A, not sure why, maybe i'm just a hopeful person.
Primus - My Name is Mud [youtu.be]
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 30, 2018:
Les is one of a kind.
Does anyone truly "believe"?
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 29, 2018:
From the late great Carl Sagan, "I don't want to believe, I want to know". I live by that.
How do you deal with bullies?
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 29, 2018:
Flame throwers are fairly effective.
Atheism Isn’t Really A Big Deal | Martin Hughes
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 29, 2018:
I was a little bit different, yet have the same feeling. I was never a believer, I was not raised in a religious household, so I never really thought about it much. In fact I don't think I even heard the word 'Atheist' until was in my teens. I never really thought that one needed a name for just not believing in a god. But after growing up, and help from the internet I became aware of not just how many believers there are, but just how wacky some of them are. In that last two decades or so I started to meet more and more believers, that said the same kinds of things that you mentioned, like it is unhealthy to not believe in got, i must be depressed with out god in my life, you hate god because you just want to sin, and many other crazy shit like that. of the friends that I have, some are believers, and some are not. We all get along just fine because we judge each other on the kind of person we are rather than what our beliefs are. It's a shame that more people can't be like that.
I can tell I’m getting tired of being single. When I see cute mooshy-smooshy Facebook posts, ...
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 29, 2018:
I saw this vid the other day, thought it was brilliant.
Do atheists, who find no magic in the world, live drab, boring lives, by comparison?
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 29, 2018:
Atheists by definition don't believe in magic. But one can be inspired, even be in awe of learning what nature and the universe is. From the late great Carl Sagan. "I don't want to believe, I want to know". and learning something new to me is rather exciting. The last thing I would ever think of life as being boring.
I've decided that from now on I'm only posting and commenting in groups. There are entirely too ...
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 29, 2018:
Well, we belong to most of the same groups, so I'll still get to read your posts. Which is good because I like your posts. :)
What's something that you've had more than one of in your life?
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 28, 2018:
Guitars. I've owned over 50 ish through the years. Sold or traded them, then got a new one or two. I finally have two that are just perfect for me. I think I'll hold on to these for quite a while.
I do believe the Senate could use a little help from Samuel L. Jackson on this Brett Kavanaugh ...
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 28, 2018:
LOL, this was great. :)
What was the worst style choice you ever made
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 28, 2018:
I've never really had a bad one. But one thing I can say, for all the hard rock/metal bands I was in in the 80's I never once wore spandex. It was always jeans, and a t-shirt with a favorite band on it.
Guys ask why women are so pissed off. Even guys with wives and daughters. Jackson Katz, a prominent ...
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 28, 2018:
I re-read this, and most of the comments quite a few times, and had changed what my comment was going to be about 100 times. So I've prepared myself for all the hate responses that I'll probably get. First off, I by no means at all am trying to belittle any of the horrible ways a lot of women get treated by men. It's down right inexcusable. But one thing I have to say here is for one, it's not ALL men that treat others like this, there are many who would never treat a woman like that. Second, I've known some men (including myself) that have been victomised by women. Yes, it does happen. If you think that women are the only ones that get abused, raped, assaulted etc. Watch any prison doc. that will put an end to that kind of thinking right away. Again, I really do understand (as much as I can) the horrible shit that some men do to not just women, but to anyone. But I've also seen and lived some horrible shit some women have done to men as well. I guess what I am trying to say here is that I don't like it when anyone categorises people in one group. There are many different kind of people, and just as many different kinds of behaviour. I think it's a good idea to talk about how EVERYONE, should or should not be treated. JMHO.
You are Wyle E coyote and you finally nailed that damn bird. What.are you going to do now?
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 28, 2018:
Family Guy had a great answer to that. https://youtu.be/Avau9OFPFJ0
If we don't stand up for all people s rights, we stand for none.
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 28, 2018:
I do, and I honestly believe that every one should. But I have to add something that is not on either sign, and that is men.
A great piece of music if you can try to forget that it was played in Apocalypse Now! Wagner. -...
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 28, 2018:
I've always loved the pumped up effect this piece has on me every time I hear it.
Happy Friday!! Stay caffeinated my friends...☕️
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 28, 2018:
I can barely function, let alone think until I've had some coffee. I truly understand what the walking dead feel like.
If you could get one more season of any TV show what would it be? Me ( And some do not like it. But...
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 28, 2018:
Dexter. Mythbusters with original members. There are a few others, but they actually do have another season coming, like Game of Thrones, and Cosmos.
What’s your opinion? ?
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 27, 2018:
I think all would be good if the big cloud ran over the prayers.
Okay, okay. I can’t wait until 7. The wine’s uncorked and I’m drinking. After all the crap ...
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 27, 2018:
I couldn't wait either, I started a little while ago. My drinking buddy should be over soon, She'll bring some wine as well, so we aught to get pretty hammered. Cheers!
Life sentence for rape? Opinion? No jokes please.
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 27, 2018:
On another note, the punishment for someone falsly accusing rape should be strongly punished as well.
Life sentence for rape? Opinion? No jokes please.
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 27, 2018:
Violent rape should get the worst punishment one can get. However there is an exception. When I was 18, my girlfriend was 17, technically that is considered Statutory rape.There was never anything that was not consentuall, but just the same I could have got into a lot of trouble.
No smiling in profile pictures makes me swipe left/ lose interest immediately. What message it ...
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 27, 2018:
I only have 3 pics of me that I took from my web cam. I don't have a camera to take more unless I find a friend who has one. I'm honestly in no hurry, I came here for the community anyway. So if it's that important to you, by all means, swipe away.
Does anyone find themselves staying quiet about being athiest/skeptic around friends? I've found a ...
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 27, 2018:
Of all my friends, some are believers, some are not. We all get along just fine. We accept the kind of people we are, not by what we believe in. I normally don't really bring it up much because I just don't care. I've never been a believer, I did not grow up in a religious household. But if pressed by some one religious who wants to push their beliefs on me, I will gladly speak up about being an Atheist.
How do you move from cheerfully flirting to being vulnerable?
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 27, 2018:
I'm horrible at it myself. I am always friendly, but I'm fairly stupid at reading people. Some one could be flirting with me, and I'm the last one to realize it.
Today I’ve dealt with (1) spending nearly an hour swearing while trying to light my gas fireplace ...
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 27, 2018:
I feel your frustration. My AC went out a while back and it took about 5 days to fix it.I live in Florida, and it was in summer time. really not cool (pun intended). So I will gladly join you in getting shit faced.
Hello, have a rant, well maybe not a rant exactly. Tuesday night some creep walked into my carport ...
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 27, 2018:
I've had a few stolen as well. Two of them were fairly expensive. It happens a lot here in Florida.
What was the first book you ever read cover-to-cover?
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 27, 2018:
The Hobbit.
OMG! I just Saw The Trailer For The Dark Phoenix!!
TristanNuvo comments on Sep 27, 2018:
Awesome! I can't wait.

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