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Ready to head out!
brentan comments on Mar 24, 2020:
Not a lot of people wear that stuff outside the house.
Portland strip club forced to close, so dancers now do delivery -
brentan comments on Mar 24, 2020:
A girl's got to make ends meet Especially down on Jubilation Street - Nick Cave.
Love this 🤗😍
brentan comments on Mar 24, 2020:
Wouldn't that be great, and even better if we kept the unity after the virus!
Here is what I think about life and my 80th birthday! Michael Bolton Steel arms wrapped around ...
brentan comments on Mar 24, 2020:
Best wishes. That's a great age!
Science vs.
brentan comments on Mar 24, 2020:
All I know is that while I love knowledge, the world needs plumbers as well as philosophers, and plumbing is a body of knowledge anyway.
Most of us are familiar with the story of Adam and Eve in te garden.
brentan comments on Mar 24, 2020:
It was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Are these the only references of "germs" Judges 13:4 Therefore be careful and drink no wine or...
brentan comments on Mar 24, 2020:
My guess is that they didn't understand any more than that cause and effect idea of David Hume, i.e., we know because it always works out that way. A lot of the purification rules were designed to keep the temple holy, in the sense of separated from impurity. For this reason, even cripples and the mentally ill were barred from the temple.
I just joined. thank you for the jokes
brentan comments on Mar 23, 2020:
Welcome aboard! I hope you enjoy yourself here.
If you are tired of reading about the virus, skip to the end sections where Nafeez Ahmed is talking ...
brentan comments on Mar 23, 2020:
That was very hopeful. I hope a return to 'normal' doesn't send people back to sleep. For me, this was the heart of the article: Getting through coronavirus will be an exercise not just in building societal resilience, but relearning the values of cooperation, compassion, generosity and kindness, and building systems which institutionalize these values. It is high time to recognize that such ethical values are not simply human constructs, products of socialization. They are cognitive categories which reflect patterns of behaviour in individuals and organizations that have an evolutionary, adaptive function. In the global phase shift, systems which fail to incorporate these values into their structures will eventually die.
Just received. WTF?
brentan comments on Mar 23, 2020:
Or move over to redtube.
Today is march 23rd - Atheist International Day. Happy Atheist day to everyone
brentan comments on Mar 23, 2020:
Happy Atheist Day! Half-Happy Agnostic Day.
Does the term "agnostic atheist" imply that those who self identify as such should accept that it is...
brentan comments on Mar 23, 2020:
I think both agnostics and atheists should feel it is acceptable for people to believe in gods. I'm not sure whether we should think it's reasonable. That's subjective. But live and let live is most important.
Tuba Skinny plays "Some Day I'll Be Gone Away" []
brentan comments on Mar 23, 2020:
No drum for her bum!
Some of them still can't figure it out....
brentan comments on Mar 23, 2020:
Nonsense! Science is a religion and Richard Dawkins is the high priest.
Stunning 700-year-old giant cave used by Knights Templar found behind a rabbit hole in the British ...
brentan comments on Mar 23, 2020:
That's a behemoth of a place for worship.
A song I think particularly appropriate for the moment, "Oh No" by Gogol Bordello: []
brentan comments on Mar 23, 2020:
That's a very clever song!
Classic music Feeling alright Joe Cocker []
brentan comments on Mar 23, 2020:
I'm feeling better for that.
As a CAUCASIAN, I am a member of a worldwide racial minority, I deserve the same rights and ...
brentan comments on Mar 23, 2020:
It took a long time but it came around. Life is for learning.
I'm so damn tired of all the illogical inconsistent bullshit.
brentan comments on Mar 23, 2020:
One good thing about my country is that the clergy have lost all credibility. It must be awful to have to listen to them talk so confidently about nonsense.
brentan comments on Mar 22, 2020:
"How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed in a naughty world.
brentan comments on Mar 22, 2020:
I think that's why no good deed goes unpunished.
Everyone is getting paranoid around here
brentan comments on Mar 22, 2020:
Hay there, buddy! You'll be OK.
Today's Bible lesson
brentan comments on Mar 22, 2020:
I gotta look that one up!
Walter White:
brentan comments on Mar 22, 2020:
Thank goodness for Jessie Pinkman. He has a heart.
Those were the daze!
brentan comments on Mar 22, 2020:
So much for weed calming the nerves - run, Jerry, run!
Beach Boys - Barbara Ann []
brentan comments on Mar 22, 2020:
A lovely day and surfer music - just the tonic!
Currently the Iranians and the Pakistanis are proving their worth.
brentan comments on Mar 22, 2020:
The thing about these gods and the people who follow them is their delight in the suffering of others. Thankfully, we're better than that!
Is it just me or does anyone else feel the last several days figures claimed by China are a little ...
brentan comments on Mar 22, 2020:
New cases probably go into camps with the Uyghurs.
Rising to the occasion.
brentan comments on Mar 22, 2020:
You cannot take what I haven't got.
To those who have a Christian background: How are New Testament theology and evolution compatible?
brentan comments on Mar 22, 2020:
I see the fall of Adam in Genesis in exactly the same way and I think its dishonest and disingenuous for believers to see Jesus nowadays as an archetype of perfect man instead of redeemer of Adam's sin. The ancient Hebrews looked on the human being as a composite of mind and body - nephesh. This meaning held for many centuries, as in 'the ship went went down and 200 souls were lost'.This composite of mind and body was activated in life through God's spirit. When we die, that nephesh dies and the 'spirit goes back to God who gave it' - Ecclesiastes 12:7. That indivisibility of mind and body fits well with Dawkins' idea of the mind dying because the brain has died. The door opening up the possibility that the mind lives on is gaining some purchase nowadays as the mind is perceived as outside the brain and the brain takes in these thoughts, processes them in real time, and returns them to the mind in updated form. After death, our mind would remain as part of universal consciousness.
UTTER FILTH!!! Pastor Steven Andrew of the USA Christian Church "God Sent Coronavirus because of...
brentan comments on Mar 21, 2020:
I can't bear to listen. Even my old compatriots, the JWs, have hopped back on the prophecy wagon. I thought they had wised up but it seems this was too good an opportunity to miss.
"God don't like ugly!" So my coworker told me a story about how she was laid off from her previous ...
brentan comments on Mar 21, 2020:
I think what 'comes around, goes around' in America goes around quite fast. I don't really understand why. Maybe it's to do with the intensity of the dog eat dog mentality. If that's what she meant, but wrongly attributed it to God, I see her point.
My first post in this group.
brentan comments on Mar 21, 2020:
Baile, mi hermano!
Kids tell spontaneous truth...
brentan comments on Mar 21, 2020:
When I was a boy, there was a notion that you should wear clean underpants every day in case you had to go to hospital. Nobody really thought about what it meant. Nobody is really thinking what the toilet paper obsession means either. Me, I think it's about respectability and how we are perceived by other people is more important than anything else.
Coronavirus: Forget toilet paper - shoppers in the Netherlands are panic-buying weed
brentan comments on Mar 21, 2020:
I think they must be a very sensible people.
another tp joke
brentan comments on Mar 21, 2020:
Shit happens.
What a long strange trip it's been...
brentan comments on Mar 21, 2020:
No, that's not what happened at all. He became a Muslim but thank goodness decided to come out of isolation and meet the public again.
CHINA-19 - - Paul describes how the insanity of migration and political correctness spread the ...
brentan comments on Mar 21, 2020:
I think he means the virus has proved open borders wrong. The virus really seems to prove all movement wrong. So that's extreme measures for an extreme situation. How does that relate to immigration policy? It doesn't. Nonetheless, I think the days when immigrants were accepted into a country based on what they could contribute to that society were spot on.
Things like this are why I hate Christianity and consider a lot of Christians to be scum.
brentan comments on Mar 21, 2020:
Well, isn't he smug?
I wondered how long before they jumped on the bandwagon. []
brentan comments on Mar 20, 2020:
I couldn't believe it. I thought they had learned their lesson after so many miscalls. I think Letts must be as daft as he looks.
The law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under bridges, to ...
brentan comments on Mar 20, 2020:
I shouldn't laugh but it's black humour too.
"Poetry is an echo asking a shadow to dance." ---- Carl Sandburg
brentan comments on Mar 20, 2020:
I've been reading lately that poetry has always been an attempt to return to the fully integrated world of ancient life. It is said to come from the right hemisphere of the brain that has been submerged by left-brain dominance. Curiously, The poet Shelley wrote in his A Defense of Poetry that poetry was the first expression of philosophy.
Trudeau: "We have decided to shut down the border." Trump: "And this was my idea first!"
brentan comments on Mar 19, 2020:
Time to build a good health-preserving wall to keep out those diseased furriners. C'est la guerre!
"We boast our emancipation from many superstitions; but if we have broken any idols, it is through...
brentan comments on Mar 19, 2020:
'Nor can we say that modern science itself is exempt from a similar patterning. For the modern intellectual landscape is informed with the same needs, and often in its larger contours goes through the same quasi-religious gestures, though in a slightly disguised form. These scientisms, as I shall call them, are clusters of scientific ideas which come together and almost sur-prise themselves into creeds of belief, scientific mythologies which fill the very felt void left by the divorce of science and religion in our time. They differ from classical science and its common debates in the way they evoke the same response as did the religions which they seek to supplant. And they share with religions many of their most obvious characteristics: a rational splendor that explains everything, a charismatic leader or succession of leaders who are highly visible and beyond criticism, a series of canonical texts which are somehow outside the usual arena of scientific criticism, certain gestures of idea and rituals of interpretation, and a requirement of total commitment. In return the adherent receives what the religions had once given him more universally: a world view, a hierarchy of importances, and an auguring place where he may find out what to do and think, in short, a total explanation of man. And this totality is obtained not by actually explaining everything, but by an encasement of its activity, a severe and absolute restriction of attention, such that everything that is not explained is not in view'. - Julian Jaynes The Origin Of Consciousness.
The philosophy of Atheism represents a concept of life without any metaphysical Beyond or Divine ...
brentan comments on Mar 19, 2020:
As time goes by, it seems that atheism has left a void that is filled (or unfilled) with a sense of meaninglessness and nihilism. This problem has resulted in many trying to fill the void with meaningfulness and other practices. Sam Harris is a good example. Rupert Sheldrake's Science and Sacred Practices details the many ways sacred practices, such as pilgrimage, are being used today by all kinds of people to feel a part of something bigger than themselves.
I figured it out.
brentan comments on Mar 18, 2020:
I'm sure they won't see the truth. I was raised a Catholic. We believed it even without any understanding of the philosophical notions of substance and accident that was used as an intellectual underpinning of the transformation of the bread and wine into the body and blood of Christ.
Yesterday, I donated blood for the first time in my life.
brentan comments on Mar 18, 2020:
I've often thought about but never done it. Kudos!
Take a chill pill Greta...
brentan comments on Mar 18, 2020:
Greta shows a serious lack of decorum. I guess that's why I like her.
“The trouble with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and ...
brentan comments on Mar 18, 2020:
I've heard a new term on the market these days called 'relevance realisation'. It comes to try to solve a problem that has existed even before open minds, a problem called 'combinatorial explosion'. This is the problem our poor brains are faced with because of endless possibilities. If I understand relevance realisation correctly, it comes from intuition rather than calculation, a kind of 'mother-wit'. I'm hoping it will save me from myself.
brentan comments on Mar 18, 2020:
Beauty like this makes me feel the human race should survive.
I said to your administrator that I would post some music from my beloved HOMELAND and it has taken ...
brentan comments on Mar 17, 2020:
I learn something new every day! That was great. Robin's high register is awesome.
[] Tom Paxton - The Last Thing On My Mind (1966) I sing this many times every year.
brentan comments on Mar 17, 2020:
That's a very lovely song. He reminds me a bit of Jimmy Carr.
Flor d'Luna (Moonflower), Santana []
brentan comments on Mar 17, 2020:
I had the double LP for many years. It was a great thing to see how well the Hispanic music traveled. I think the language is Portuguese but you know what I mean. I was enjoying Samba Pa Ti and Baile Mi Hermana long before I found out what the lyrics meant. These days I really like Robi Draco Rosa and Ruben Blades.
Borg cancel invasion because of virus
brentan comments on Mar 17, 2020:
I hope it's not the Anunnaki coming back.
It may well be... []
brentan comments on Mar 17, 2020:
Great song, great band! If this virus is the end of the world as we know it, I sure hope we make some good changes when this is over.
Sur La Pointe Du Coeur by Claude Leveillee French, anyone? []
brentan comments on Mar 17, 2020:
I was listening to it and enjoying it when suddenly I wondered is that where Snozzles Durante got his style. I looked him up on Wiki but his family was Italian, not French.
For St.
brentan comments on Mar 17, 2020:
It makes me feel so proud!
Yo Yo Ma dedicates this to healthcare workers, wishing them songsofcomfort []
brentan comments on Mar 17, 2020:
That's beautiful! I had a listen to a YT video that has the lyrics. It's very moving and I wondered how come I had never come across it before.
Not too long ago I heard a guy say, “I’m an Atheist now but I but I still fear going to Hell.
brentan comments on Mar 15, 2020:
I think it's the head conflicting with the heart. Perhaps it's a transitional stage that will end when the head takes over. Then again, the head shouldn't really be allowed to take over completely. It wouldn't allow us to be completely human. Spinoza might offer a solution when he says knowledge can't affect emotion. He believed one emotion can only be changed by a stronger emotion. For example, smokers are often unaffected by knowledge of the consequences. They might be swayed by the emotional sense of freedom from nicotine. If knowledge can't do away with feelings of eternal punishment, I wonder what other stronger feeling might.
EVERY WAKING WAVE - U2 The Irish rock band from Dublin that needs no presentation.
brentan comments on Mar 15, 2020:
Powerful stuff! A good way to go with the flow.
"Aging is an extraordinary process where you become the person you always should have been".
brentan comments on Mar 15, 2020:
I find being elderly is very liberating. I've never had such freedom to be myself.
Sound the Trumpet composed by Henry Purcell (England, c. 1659 - 1695) []
brentan comments on Mar 15, 2020:
I would never have known anything about Purcell if it wasn't for The Globe Theatre's production of Gabriel. It not only introduced me to his music but also the England of his time.
Mystery religions were prevalent in Egypt and all the middle east at the time of adoption of the ...
brentan comments on Mar 15, 2020:
It's not that people had any choice in how they thought about religion. It existed in the very fabric of their minds. The evolution of consciousness went the only way it could and brought us to where we are now.
Worried about the shortage of booty paper in the upcoming coronapocolypse?
brentan comments on Mar 14, 2020:
I listened to a Muslim guy on social media taking a lot of flak over their bum-washing custom. I thought he had a point but I think some use of paper first is best. Here's the thing, though, and I got this from the Muslim guy too - complicated poops are often the result of a bad diet, i.e., lack of fruit and fibre. The better the diet, I think, the less paper needs to be involved. The stool comes out in one piece, no leftovers. Better for our finances, better for hygiene, better for the environment.
Some praise for ritualistic practice
brentan comments on Mar 14, 2020:
One of the problems dealing with ancient people is that we look at them through our modern eyes, thinking they thought like us but with less science. Writers like Owen Barfield and Julian Jaynes are helpful to get us to see these people through *their* eyes. One very important conclusion, if it is true, is that ancient people had no consciousness as we understand it, but rather only the consciousness of the nervous and limbic systems. Barfield describes their sense of their world as being in it rather than outside looking in and terms it 'original participation'. Jaynes describes their minds as bicameral, the one side unconsciously engaging in life's common events and the other side unconsciously determined by what they saw as gods.
Greek Orthodox church says 'holy cup cannot carry disease', allows congregations to share spoon: ...
brentan comments on Mar 14, 2020:
Silly fools! That only applies to the Eucharist in the Roman Church.
Just announced
brentan comments on Mar 12, 2020:
I remember when we used to say fact is stranger than fiction but in our hearts we meant it's sometimes stranger than fiction. Maybe like Ripley's Believe It Or Not. The mad shit is pretty regular now though. I often think if we want normality now, we probably should turn to autistic people because the neurotypicals have become a disaster.
Christians, or as I call some of them, christian scum, like to call evolution and science "Lies from...
brentan comments on Mar 12, 2020:
I think our civilisation owes a lot to our Judeo-Christian heritage and the modern philosophies that grew out of it thanks to the contributions of the many Christian scholars advancing human thought through the centuries. We live in a peculiar situation these days where we can criticise the many faults of Christianity from the vantage point that Christianity has taken us to. The soul-destroying emptiness that engulfs many people today is the lack of that religion that despite its many faults, was a philosophy that gave meaning to so many people's lives.
CFI has it right.
brentan comments on Mar 12, 2020:
The trouble is there seems to be a correlation between rationality and lack of meaning in our lives. To put it a different way, religion has traditionally given people meaning in their lives and rationality gave them a meaningless mechanical universe that was/is very empty and depressing. OK, OK, there are people who can find meaning in life without religion. I'm one of them. For many, many people, our modern secular world isn't working out well for them and we see the symptoms of this dis-ease everywhere.
UK: "Canceled for telling the truth" : .
brentan comments on Mar 12, 2020:
Even though I live next door, I don’t know exactly what’s going on in the UK these days. I get the feeling it’s a combination of a minority who live in ghettos. I feel that way because Muslims I meet in Spain seem such nice, friendly people. Could we conclude that these Muslim criminals in the UK are scum? Even if we thought maybe their social status there has turned them into scum? I think government could reverse the mentality of these criminals if it didn’t view immigrants as another source to preserve an underclass that will keep labour costs down.
This song may be offensive to some. ..... []
brentan comments on Mar 12, 2020:
'As flawed as they may be, the souls of the songs must be protected at all costs'. - Nick Cave.
Free Thinking Peeps, Coronavirus and Remote Working We have started working remotely at work.
brentan comments on Mar 12, 2020:
I thought the Industrial Revolution had a toxic effect on the daily lives of human beings so a return to work from home might look like a return to the good ol' days. The problem is our homes aren't part of the old feudal/agricultural landscape which, along with its bad elements, gave both men and women a home-based place in the business of life. This return to the home, I fear, might be just another stage in a world lacking a sense of community, by removing the need to engage even for the sake of a paycheck.
New Jersey Catholic church lambasted for denying autistic boy, 8, First Communion 'because his ...
brentan comments on Mar 12, 2020:
'Three things will last forever—faith, hope, and love—and the greatest of these is love. 1 Corinthians 13:13.
“The further a society drifts from the truth, the more it will hate those that speak it.
brentan comments on Mar 12, 2020:
I guess it's a situation where cowardice is immoral. That said, there's a high cost to going against the flow.
"A Councilor should not sleep the whole night through, for he is a man to whom the populace is ...
brentan comments on Mar 12, 2020:
I heard that people in olden times always had two sleeping periods every night and that sleeping the whole night through is relatively modern. I must admit I don't know what Homer meant by that.
James Taylor, born on this date, March 12, in 1948, Fire and Rain performed live in 1970.
brentan comments on Mar 12, 2020:
He was a lifesaver when I was a troubled teen. His life-long contribution to quality music and sheer professionalism on stage have kept me a huge fan throughout the years. I've heard a few tracks from the new American Standards album and as usual, when he covers other people's songs, he leaves his own indelible mark on them.
Just curious .
brentan comments on Mar 11, 2020:
They must have forgot to buy food.
Science is based on experiment, on a willingness to challenge old dogma, on an openness to see the ...
brentan comments on Mar 11, 2020:
I don't believe that at all and a look at Rupert Sheldrake's video on The Science Delusion is a witty but serious criticism of the attitude in the science community:
If god really does exist, why do we have to be taught of his existence by humans?
brentan comments on Mar 11, 2020:
That's because we're separated from God by our sinfulness so we need to have it thumped into us.
If any non-falsifiable evidence of a god's existing came to light, I would be persuaded to change my...
brentan comments on Mar 11, 2020:
I guess we simply don't accept the miracles really happened, and for good reason. I've come across this philosophical notion recently that for finite things to exist, there must be something infinite to make that possible. Not maybe, definitely. I must admit I don't see the indisputable logic in that but if anyone understands it, I'd love to know.
"I must study politics and war that my sons may have liberty to study mathematics and philosophy.
brentan comments on Mar 11, 2020:
John probably wasn't thinking in terms of cycles when he wrote that. He's too focussed on a linear progression
Another four years of pretty much the same.
brentan comments on Mar 11, 2020:
People get the government they deserve, I guess. And I don't just mean Americans.
It's interesting watching all the religious and new agey people quietly going about canceling their ...
brentan comments on Mar 11, 2020:
To be fair, I don't think belief in god and being careful are at odds with each other. One way it used to be expressed was 'God helps those who help themselves'. God was never meant to be a protection against every bad thing.
An Opinion Piece Soul is self.
brentan comments on Mar 11, 2020:
When you're offering an opinion, you should place 'I think' at the start of the sentence.
A priest, a minister, and a rabbit walk into a blood bank.
brentan comments on Mar 11, 2020:
That rabbit's got it down to a 't'.
Why Vinyl ?
brentan comments on Mar 11, 2020:
It's like Mac users. They got something much more expensive with far less applications using it. But what it does, it does well.
Woman begins by resisting a man's advances and ends by blocking his retreat. - Oscar Wilde
brentan comments on Mar 11, 2020:
That's a good one! The one I heard was 'man chases woman until she catches him'.
How many know that the Hindu festivals season will kick off in India, Nepal etc.
brentan comments on Mar 10, 2020:
Here's something not directly related. I heard it from Tom Holland in a YT video. He says there has been for some time now a move to get away from the 'Christianisation' of other religions. This idea is about treating beliefs as universal rather than local, and principled rather than organic. This Christianisation, he says, was a feature of colonialism. He says the recent developments in India, where Modi is pushing for a nation of Hindus only, is an expression of this move back to local gods, local identity, local religion..
A childhood memory, from when I was 8:- [m.
brentan comments on Mar 10, 2020:
You have to love the sound of crispy bacon frying in the background!
Book: "The Unraveling of the Muslim World" [] American parrallel taking place?
brentan comments on Mar 10, 2020:
I wonder. I guess she means the end of some sense of cohesion, or at least the detente between the factions. I don't see the Islamic world imploding. And what on earth to make of religion in America?! It's fractured in the sense of so many denominations but still functioning while some of them now have the ear of the government, even so far as to think about religion in political terms, and vice-versa!
Feel so different by Sinéad O’Connor Sometimes.. things just ain’t right. []
brentan comments on Mar 10, 2020:
Powerful stuff!
"When we are planning for posterity, we ought to remember that virtue is not hereditary.
brentan comments on Mar 10, 2020:
The little bastards!
Okay, so there is always the Atheist vs.
brentan comments on Mar 10, 2020:
Sometimes the atheists think this is their site. So we collide sometimes but nobody gets seriously wounded as best I know. I seem to stay agnostic because the more I read, the more questions there are than answers.
Christian pastor: I’d support Trump ‘even if he ran a dogfighting ring on Mother Teresa’s ...
brentan comments on Mar 10, 2020:
Enough said, for me!
China is desperate
brentan comments on Mar 10, 2020:
Needs must.
This year (2020) marks 55 years since my first trip to Ireland, the experience was really strange, ...
brentan comments on Mar 10, 2020:
My country seems to have had a 'comfortable' relationship with laws for centuries. It might be from being under English rule, where laws were viewed as oppressive so it was only right to flout them. It might also stem from the Celtic spirit, where individualism was prized more than community. Your story, I think, shows the good side of discretion, something that has been rigorously routed out by the law as it enforces uniformity and fights abuse through favouritism.
Orthodox Israeli Rabbi Claims Coronavirus is God’s Revenge for Gay Pride Parades | Beth ...
brentan comments on Mar 9, 2020:
So much for 'the man who is sinning, he himself will die' - Ezekiel 18:20. These assholes would be out of business if they read the damn book.
Right-Wing Pastor: God Sent Us Coronavirus Because of Homosexuality | Beth Stoneburner | Friendly ...
brentan comments on Mar 9, 2020:
It reminds me of 'Blame it on the Kellys'.
Is there a difference between justification and rationalization?
brentan comments on Mar 9, 2020:
I think of rationalisation as the most effective course of action and justification as the morally right course of action. I think the former has always been a subjective matter. The latter, in the Christian world, has traditionally been viewed as objective but not anymore in our postmodern view of morality.
Wet Wet Wet - Love Is All Around []
brentan comments on Mar 8, 2020:
That's a wonderful song!


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