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Life long seeker of knowledge. Have widely read about all religious belief systems. Since age 14 have not believed in a supernatural being. I still work, have a home and a car. Some of my main interests are music (jazz, blues, classical, 50's & 60's rock, R&B old school, folk; I also blues and jazz), photography (re-building a B&W darkroom) and progressive politics. I love the beauty of the Lake Michigan lake shore and take many photos there. While it says I am open to meeting women, it seems the reality of this site is that of a discussion site. That is ok with me. If I do meet a woman in person from this site that would be fine, but that is no longer my primary motivation in being on this site. I find the discussions invigorating (at least most of them), and that is reason enough to be here.

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I had a long discussion this evening about whether my photography was art or technical skill. I feel...
creative51 comments on Sep 13, 2018:
Do not worry if it is art or technical skill. Take the photos you want to take, use your best available skills and enjoy them. If others want to debate "art or technical skill", let them waste their time.
Are You a Voter? Or are you in the same mind set as being connected to a certain Religion likewise...
creative51 comments on Sep 12, 2018:
You should vote no matter what. If you do not like the "major party" candidates then vote for a minor party candidate you like or write in someone who you think should be in that office. Participate, its important. You do NOT have to vote for the "major party" candidate, just vote for someone. Write in your own name if you want.
Fun little product shot
creative51 comments on Sep 12, 2018:
And just what product is this? Can we get it on line some where ? LOL
Landscapes — 1: Inverloch, Victoria, Australia. 2: Canyon of the Little Colorado, Arizona. 3: ...
creative51 comments on Sep 12, 2018:
Nice shots. Thank you for sharing them.
Tomorrow is my son's birthday. It's been a great pleasure to be his mom and to watch him grow up, ...
creative51 comments on Sep 12, 2018:
Love it. Great photo set!
Music or no music during sex?
creative51 comments on Sep 12, 2018:
Yes. Needs to be some good Chicago Blues, coupled with a sweet joint, there is nothing better in life.Fucking high while listening to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_l6A7krjrQ
This meme is the best 📷❤💞❤📷
creative51 comments on Sep 12, 2018:
I take lots of pictures. Some day got to organize them. I also have tons of B&W and color slides I took back in the 1970's, 80's and 90's. Need to digitize them, sooner than later, I am getting older! I need my personal curator, lol. Anyone interested in the job? Low pay (peanuts...literally), but get to look at great pictures!
My son getting his Masters and Kinky Friedman's birthday party and album release
creative51 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
What a combo!
So I'm on the roof of the Mall, and I come across this. Never seen it before. Doesn't really look ...
creative51 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
For sure, exactly. I think you need to move to a safe house and change your name, before this gets around. Mums the word.
Was asked to post another Lake Michigan Sunset. From Oct 2007
creative51 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Yes that is a little boat out in the lake.
In Spain somewhere!
creative51 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Please share the back story on this photo. It is quite interesting.
Unicorns exist... they’re called rhinoceroses.
creative51 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Sort of a horny beast, isn't it? Did you pet this one after shooting the photo?
Describe the perfect Lasagna
creative51 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
I can not describe it. It just went down my esophagus. Disappeared like magic.
A treat. this is a video. It has Winton, Marsalis, Jon Faddis, James Morrison and Arturo Sandoval ...
creative51 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
I guess if I had read the background more closely, I would have realized this took place in 1990, not the mid 1980's!
It's been a few years since I did my trip to South America. Just a few shots I really loved.
creative51 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Nice mix of images!
Some more photos that I took in Rochester yesterday
creative51 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
I enjoyed this set of photos. Good Job.
How not to carry a tall ladder.
creative51 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Gee, looks safe to me.......
Stone carvings in the desert near Broken hill Australia
creative51 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
This is a glimpse at very old artistic expression. A sight few of us actually get to see. Thank you for sharing.
The performers
creative51 comments on Sep 10, 2018:
Very cool group of shots.
I took these pics about a year ago in Nordmont, PA. This is the biggest live black bear I've ever ...
creative51 comments on Sep 10, 2018:
Had I been there, I might have crapped my pants!
Someone on Facebook asked this question: is there one God, many gods, a higher power, or only ...
creative51 comments on Sep 10, 2018:
There are no supernatural beings. Period. Science is NOT a religion. It is an organized method of inquiry. Based on new evidence it can change its mind. It will not try to kill you if you want to disagree with it.
This particular Alien Spaceship appears to be one that has been abducting humans for decades.They ...
creative51 comments on Sep 10, 2018:
But are they clean?
My best stuff comes in the form of the twisted and obscene.
creative51 comments on Sep 10, 2018:
An unusual point of reference for certain!
The best laid plans are often lost to the passage of time. When my father died, my grandfather ...
creative51 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
Nature has its own plans and agenda, regardless of what plans and agenda we may have. Your story adds to this picture.
I have an idea, which I postulated a long time ago, and aside from some thought and a little ...
creative51 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
Religions grow because of the unrelenting quest for power of their leaders NOT because their theology makes more sense or is easier to understand. All religion is full of unbelievable supernatural crap and lists and lists of fucking rules to follow. They reason they grow is their leaders see the personal power available to them if they relentlessly lie and push their "brand" as hard as they can. If it were not for these power hungry leaders pushing their propaganda,NO ONE would follow this crap.
Can science and religion be reconciled?
creative51 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
Why should we give a damn if they can be reconciled?????????? Fuck religion!!!!!!!!!!
A 500+ year old live oak in Lake Arthur, La, a cardinal on my gate, and Mammoth Hot Springs YNP
creative51 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
I believe I have read about that oak tree in articles over the years. Old trees are cool.
One of my favorites of our little one. Neighborhood bike parade. July 4, 2009.
creative51 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
Nice capture of that moment.
A few from a couple years back
creative51 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
i enjoyed this set of photos. I hope you post more.
Tonight’s sunset, in Point Edward, Ontario looking west at the Blue Water bridge to Port Huron, ...
creative51 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
Sunsets are always a special treat!
How a caption for this photo? All I can say is "boat, dog and hay bale"
creative51 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
I understand the boat and the dog, but explain what the hay bale is doing in this shot? Was it on a truck which is otherwise outside of the picture?
Are you an early bird or night owl?
creative51 comments on Sep 7, 2018:
I am a Night HAWK!
My daughter took these pictures today of the new kitty meeting the old kitty
creative51 comments on Sep 7, 2018:
Pretty cool!
Is religion or spirituality okay as a coping mechanism?
creative51 comments on Sep 7, 2018:
I recommend some really good weed for coping. Beats the hell out of religion & spirituality. Well, ok, I guess that some indigenous people DID use good weed in their religion & spirituality. Maybe they had something before they were forced to become Christians?
SEA WORLD SAN DIEGO --- Every summer Sea World had a fireworks show every night around 10 from ...
creative51 comments on Sep 6, 2018:
Having Wine and Harvest Fest (big grape growing region of Michigan where I live) this weekend. Friday night will be a big fireworks show over Maple Lake. It is the lake which is in the middle of the town of Paw Paw, which is where I live.
30 YEARS AGO TODAY -- I was living in West Hollywood working with the City Channel of West ...
creative51 comments on Sep 6, 2018:
This is a great story. My hat is off to you.
GISELLE TURNS 15 My cat, GISELLE, turns 15 this week. At least I think it’s this week. I do ...
creative51 comments on Sep 6, 2018:
That is quite the story!
Pearson airport, Toronto Canada. I believe this was taken in about 2008. It was spring. You might ...
creative51 comments on Sep 6, 2018:
I relate to this. I just found out after 67 years. I have a half sister. We have exchanged e-mails and talked on the phone. I have not met her in person yet.
Just a few of my creepy shots
creative51 comments on Sep 6, 2018:
Well, they are interesting and apparently project a mood you were feeling at that time. That is creativity.
A Boy and his Dogs.
creative51 comments on Sep 6, 2018:
These are often referred to as snap shots. However, I think they are much more than that. They are a preserved moment in time showing a slice of life. These, unless I am mistaken, are film photos which have been saved and then scanned for display on a computer. When we took film photos, we took fewer ones and we saved them for the future. It seems to me, feel free to disagree, that with digital we take lots and lots of pictures, look at them once or twice and then either forget them or erase them from the computer. We prized the pictures we took with film more then we do with our digital pictures. This is my opinion.
A couple pictures of Mount Shasta April 2018.
creative51 comments on Sep 6, 2018:
Very awe inspiring! Isn't Shasta a dormant volcano?
Clematis in the shadows...
creative51 comments on Sep 5, 2018:
Oh, my!
Midtown detroit Walkabout July, 2018
creative51 comments on Sep 5, 2018:
Loved the flower show. There is beauty in Detroit.
One of many abandoned mining towns in Western Australia
creative51 comments on Sep 5, 2018:
Wow, old towns and buildings make excellent subject's for photos. Please post more of these!
Niagara river rocks.
creative51 comments on Sep 5, 2018:
There has got to be a story behind how - when - why you took this picture. Come on, tell us, its got to be a good one!
Any tips regarding self-employment?
creative51 comments on Sep 5, 2018:
Just make sure your employee is not goofing off making posts and comments on Agnostic.com!
MONETIZING MY POSTS AND COMMENTS - I'm enjoying posting to these boards but it occurs to me ...
creative51 comments on Sep 5, 2018:
I would like you to pay me for reading your posts! It is a lot of very hard work to do so, ya know!
How do you deal with nosy people?
creative51 comments on Sep 5, 2018:
Of course depends on my mood. I can appreciate that if your not feeling your best due to other matters it might be hard to deal with them. If I am in a reasonable mood, I tell the entire story, the long story with 600 chapters, with so much detail it makes their head spin. About half way through this they are looking for some way to escape me, LOL.
It has been some time since I have visited the site, and a lot has transpired since I last peeked ...
creative51 comments on Sep 5, 2018:
Some are just better actors then others.
The American Association of Retired Hip People is the nifty group that I want you to join. I started...
creative51 comments on Sep 4, 2018:
I am 67 and am not retiring. I work sort of full time. I am self employed doing real estate appraisal. I do not intend to retire until my mind or body gives out. Being self employed, I do a lot of time shifting, so if I want to see or do something in the daytime, I just work later that night writing up reports. Do not know if I qualify for your membership or not?
Would you date a woman that had sex on the first date?
creative51 comments on Sep 3, 2018:
I have had several long term relationships with woman I slept with on the first date. My definition of a long term relationship is one longer than three years. My longest term relationship was 19 years and that was a sleep on the first date one. Yes, I have slept with women on the first date and it did not turn in to a long term relationship. But the early sex was not the factor in those not working out. For me, sex on the first date has not been a factor in a relationship working out or not. I have not believed in a supernatural being since I was 14, so perhaps I am a lot less caught up in the so-called moralist guilt thing. I do not considered it a bad thing if the woman I am dating is quite experienced. Often, that is quite a good thing as it likely means she is not all messed up by the so-called moralist guilt thing.
Religions: More harm then good? The depth of intellectual damage religions impose on their ...
creative51 comments on Sep 3, 2018:
One of the worst effects of religion is its stance against family planning, birth control, health services, abortion services. The planet has over 7 billion and counting. This puts extraordinary stress on the planet. We need to reduce population (and not by having wars). The vast majority of all religions oppose family planning, birth control and abortion services. This is species suicide if we do not put a cap on population growth and most church strongly oppose this.
Trump Says He Heroically Avoided Capture in Vietnam by Staying in U.S. | The New Yorker
creative51 comments on Sep 2, 2018:
I am so fucking proud of fucking Donnie boy! What a total motherfucking HERO! Shows up all those so-called heros who got killed or got captured! (Folks this is what is called sarcasm said Bugs as he munched his carrot)
Tomorrow is Labor Day. A day to celebrate working people and organized labor. Since Reagan, this ...
creative51 comments on Sep 2, 2018:
Labor day in most nations is on May 1st. May Day. In the USA, we changed it in the 1880's to early September so our labor unions would not be able to be in solidarity with labor unions/movements else where in the world. It was moved to try make labor weaker.
Are we all basically selfish apes?
creative51 comments on Sep 2, 2018:
Dating past members of the homo genus is inexact, but here are some time lines accepted by some research anthropologists. Homo Habilis existed for some 600,000 years before evolving in to Homo Erectus which existed for some 1.1 million years evolving in to Homo heidelbergensis lasting some 600,000 years. Homo sapiens emerge some 250,000 to 300,000 years ago as hunter gather's. Homo sapiens have been living in permanent settlements only since approximately 10,000 BC +/- a few thousand years. My point is that humans living as we do is a very recent development. The jury is out as if that was truly a good development. Other more "primitive" members of the homo family existed for much longer periods of time, so arguably they were, up to this point, more successful in living on the planet. I think humans have over evolved and are unwittingly committing species suicide, by extreme over population and drastically degrading the environment to the point which will ultimately result in a mass die off due to disease and pollution. We may hold this at bay for a short period of time, but not in the long term. It may turn out that we are an evolutionary dead end, in that we had/have great intelligence but very little wisdom on how to apply that intelligence. Just a note the dinosaur's were the predominate life form for about 174 million years. A pretty long run compared to our 2.7 million since the emergence of Homo Habilis. I am not saying we are doomed, but if we do want to last longer, we have some very major rethinking of how we live and interact with our planet. We think we are special. We are not. We are just another animal. It is talked about, that to save the human race, we need to get in space ships and populate some other planet. If we are too unwise to live successfully on this planet, why do some people think we would act in a more wise manner if we lived on a different planet?
My mother is going downhill - asking for kind thoughts or feedback
creative51 comments on Sep 2, 2018:
Dealing with a parents declining health and death is challenging and very stressful. I have been though this with both of my parents in past years. Try to be strong as possible, as you are a very good person to be involved in their care. Make the best choices you can based on the best information you have and ignore those who would judge or make critical comments. Offer your mother love and comfort. Remember you are giving her care that no one but a child could do. Take care of yourself also, as a burned out caregiver can not offer their best. Ask for outside help as hospice is very helpful at such challenging moments.
Do you make the distinction between being skeptical vs. cynical?
creative51 comments on Sep 2, 2018:
Skeptics use more diplomatic words, then do cynics.
Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Actually I just need 263 points to make level 5 and I’m ...
creative51 comments on Aug 29, 2018:
Well, come on out of the pantry!
I recently joined a couple of other free dating sites, and I am quite open about being atheist. When...
creative51 comments on Aug 29, 2018:
Unitarians will date atheists and agnostics with out giving any religious BS. But you have to really look hard to find Unitarians.
How to be human: the man who was raised by wolves | News | The Guardian
creative51 comments on Aug 29, 2018:
An interesting story. Gives one a lot to ponder over. I make no judgements, there is too much to this to think about, to make quick judgements about it.
FIRST IMPRESSIONS (from my first week, on this site.) i'm really not trying to be mean, maybe just a...
creative51 comments on Aug 29, 2018:
MY advice, delete your profile, set up a new one with a new name and new photo, then enter in to this site with a little bit of realistic expectations, accept the site for what it is, enjoy it for what it is and quit complaining. As far as engaging people as people and conversing, it is a great site. For dating, it works for some, some of the time and not for others the rest of the time, just like every other social site on the inter net. YMMV (your mileage may vary).
I see lots of people talk about not liking being alone. Never bothered me. Right now I'm soaking up...
creative51 comments on Aug 28, 2018:
If you can not enjoy being alone with yourself, then what makes you think anyone else would want to be with you? If you enjoy being alone with yourself, believe it or not others will notice and want to be with you. Do things you enjoy and like. This is the only life you will get.
What music could you...?
creative51 comments on Aug 27, 2018:
I would start a violent revolution to overthrow what ever demented power limited me to listening to only 5 artists.
Al Cohn & Zoot Sims [m.youtube.com]
creative51 comments on Aug 27, 2018:
Very cool tune. Zoot and Al made a lot of good jazz together in the 1950's and 1960's. They are not as well known as some of the jazz sax players from that period , but were very good players. One of the sax players in the Muppets Band was given the name Zoot.
For me, this mid 90’s tune still holds up. “Virtual Insanity” by Jamiroquai. I just started ...
creative51 comments on Aug 25, 2018:
It is a nice tune, but I would not consider it jazz at all. There is no instrumental solos, no vocal solos. It has no musical edge to it. It is a pop tune. Nothing wrong with liking it, but it is not jazz. I know on Wikipedia, they are referred to as a jazz group, but I do not see it in this song. To be jazz you need either instrumental solos or vocal solos (scat singing) and an undecided edge to the music. This is why all of the so called smooth jazz flunks the jazz test - there is no edge to smooth jazz. It can be good music, just do not call it jazz.
What are some of your favorite methods? I just recently got Van Epps Harmonic Structures for ...
creative51 comments on Aug 24, 2018:
I have several of Jamey Aebersold Jazz play along books. They come in many different jazz styles and if you use them they will help you build your chops as well as add to your theory knowledge
Just a few things that have been on my mind 1. I think it is just fine for a parent to take their...
creative51 comments on Aug 24, 2018:
I think your ideas are fine and basically agree with them. I just would call them family outings not dates. Sounds less creepy.
Louis Armstrong [youtube.com]
creative51 comments on Aug 24, 2018:
This is the jazz recording which changed jazz from the traditional New Orleans Jazz on to the road of modern jazz. Louis is also doing the vocal scat singing on this.
Who would make the best US president
creative51 comments on Aug 23, 2018:
I would make the best President, but... sorry I just am not interested. Having too much fun not being President.
Letting the Agnostic community know I will be hosting a live event in Michigan for Michiganders as ...
creative51 comments on Aug 22, 2018:
I live on the west side of the state. It sounds interesting. I would like more details closer to the event. Travel in Michigan in November is a wild card on I-94. Won't promise I will attend, but am interested.
Do you think that information can be destroyed, or do you think that it is a permanent component of ...
creative51 comments on Aug 21, 2018:
You want serious discussion. Ok, your asking about information existing, not existing, BUT, what if it does not matter...what if we are just another animal, breathing air, drinking water, eating food, fucking and reproducing, for say 350,000 years(one suggested time frame of modern homo sapiens), there were animals before us, and then an asteroid hits, homo sapiens are wiped out, and some other animal perhaps non-primate, then becomes dominate on the earth. At that point will any of this which your talking about even matter? What if in the very grand scheme of things, humans don't mean shit!? We are just a 350,000 year placeholder and that is it.
Do you think that information can be destroyed, or do you think that it is a permanent component of ...
creative51 comments on Aug 21, 2018:
I think you have been smoking some really good weed man. You ought to share some of that bad stuff.
OK, you have lived your whole life as an atheist, and now, you are on your deathbed, moments away...
creative51 comments on Aug 21, 2018:
No.
I've always argued against the biggest islamic claim that the Quran is somehow unaltered since it ...
creative51 comments on Aug 21, 2018:
I am not convinced that Mohammed ever existed, just as I am not convinced Jesus did either. That aside, lets say it is his exact words (again very unlikely), it is still a set of religious writings which has as its main intent to proclaim the existence of a god and the "rules" this god wants us to follow. Given that I do not believe in supernatural beings at all, and because it is a set of religious writings, I do not care if it is his exact words or not, cause I do not believe in its intent, which is to tell us what "god" thinks. His words or some else's words, I reject the message no matter who says it.
Movie time What are your all time favorite movies from any source? My picks: Ten commandments...
creative51 comments on Aug 21, 2018:
Blues Brothers (1980) The Maltese Falcon The Big Sleep (1946) Casablanca A Night At The Opera (1935 Marx Brothers) Anatomy of a Murder (1959) The Natural Field of Dreams "Z" (1969 french political thriller) Week-end (1967 film by Jean-Luc Godard) Gran Torino (2008) Many others I like, but these are my favorites
Lee Morgan - You Go My Head [m.youtube.com]
creative51 comments on Aug 21, 2018:
Lee was a very good player. He always played with a lot of emotion. He would swing hard even on the down tempo tunes. He recorded a lot for Blue Note and was a leader or a side man on many of their recordings in the 1960's. His death was tragic. He died from bleeding to death after his common law wife shot him. It was a jazz club called Slug's Saloon in NYC in 1972. They got in to an argument between sets and she shot him. Due to a local snow storm the ambulance was delayed and he bleed out on the way to the hospital. A wonderful talent who left a large body of music behind. Pick any recording of him and you will enjoy it.
Who is the most overrated band in your opinion?
creative51 comments on Aug 20, 2018:
The Wedding Band. Its on the left hand because it should be left behind. Just my opinion.
What's your favorite way to celebrate your birthday? :) My birthday is in exactly two weeks... ...
creative51 comments on Aug 20, 2018:
I try to ignore my birthday. It seems to be an artificial milestone. Reminds me of all I have not done. When I was 25, I looked at my life and felt I had not accomplished much. It made me depressed. Since then I try to ignore my birthday and just get on with my life. Not saying this is the way for everyone, but it does seem to be best for me.
Did i go too far . . . Or not far enough?
creative51 comments on Aug 19, 2018:
They probably did not even get it, the irony of it all. Likely they missed it all together.
Booker Little - Man of Words [m.youtube.]
creative51 comments on Aug 19, 2018:
Booker Little is a well regarded trumpet player, who alas passed away young. He stands over looked by many due to his short life. I have been listening to jazz since I was in the third grade, so I have an extensive number of musicians I have heard either live or on albums. However, despite knowing about Booker Little, I had not spent any time listening to him. I am pleased to have had the chance to catch this recording on line here. In this he displays a high level of trumpet mastery both technical and emotional. He plays the trumpet very well and shows his soul through his excellent playing. Great posting.
Clifford Brown - Cherokee [m.youtube.com]
creative51 comments on Aug 19, 2018:
Clifford Brown was an astounding talent. He died (again way too young) in an auto accident traveling late at night going from one gig to another. It is quite possible that had he lived, he would been a member of the jazz pantheon of trumpeters along with Louis, Dizzy and Miles. As it was, his body of work is amazing to listen to, some 60 years after his death. Having at least one of this records/CD's is a must for jazz trumpet aficionado's.
Fats Navarro - Infatuation [m.youtube.com]
creative51 comments on Aug 19, 2018:
Fats Navarro was an excellent talent. He is over looked by some in the present day jazz world, but he made many contributions to the art of jazz. He died young, too young, due to health issues.
What decade is your favorite music from? What age were you in your favorite music decade? For me ...
creative51 comments on Aug 18, 2018:
When you talk about the rock and roll of the 1960's, you have to recognize its origin. One influence was the blues of T- Bone Walker, jump band music of Louis Jordan, New Orleans influence of Fats Domino (who Elvis said was the real King of rock and roll), then came Chuck Berry, Bo Diddly, Little Richard and the blues influence of Muddy Waters, Howlin Wolf, BB King, and the inventor of soul music Ray Charles. All this was the primordial soup which led to the great rock and roll of the 1960's. In those days African Americans founded the music, whites copied it and got rich. Ray Charles was the first African American musician to demand that he retain his own copy write to his music and thus control getting its royalties.
What decade is your favorite music from? What age were you in your favorite music decade? For me ...
creative51 comments on Aug 18, 2018:
I grew up in Ypsilanti, outside of Detroit. Loved Motown a lot, but I did prefer the Memphis Soul sound better from Atlantic and Stax Records. They recorded Aretha, Sam & Dave, early Ray Charles, Booker T and the MG's, Otis Redding, just to name a few. Motown was good and I loved it, but the sounds from Atlantic and Stax in those days were a bit more funky then the smoother sounds of Motown. I bought records from all those labels. Then in 1968 I discovered the BB King and the Blues, and than blues was my favorite music. You know they had a saying the blues had a baby and they called it rock and roll. My earliest favorite artist was Ray Charles singing "What I Say, parts 1 & 2" ( parts 1 & 2 because it was censored to play on the white peoples radio stations, CKLW of Windsor played the entire song!) Later the opening music to What I Say was used as music for a promo for the Detroit Drag Way ( a drag racing venue with funny cars!).
Bad Christian Dates For some reason I was reminded recently of a girl who asked me out a few ...
creative51 comments on Aug 15, 2018:
This is labeled " Bad Christian Dates". Does that mean there are Good Christian Dates?
Goddamnit I’m ready to get off work and chill on my couch!
creative51 comments on Aug 14, 2018:
And just what does the damn god have to do with that?
I just had an incredible thought. It was profoundly sobering. Which pisses me off because it means I...
creative51 comments on Aug 14, 2018:
Quit drinking then. Smoke reefer. You will get lots of profound thoughts!
Aliens and have they been here?
creative51 comments on Aug 14, 2018:
Yes. They have been here. Took one look around, then left. In the space ship on the way out, one said, "Not too bad a planet, except for those pests running around on two legs killing everything and polluting the place up. Make a note not to come back here again. Those things make the place unlivable. Lets continue looking for a civilized planet."
When being sarcastic we almost always use the masculine derogatory statement (No shit Sherlock) Is ...
creative51 comments on Aug 14, 2018:
It is because at this point in time we are a patriarchal society. Now it would be nice if we could move on away from that. By that is what the main society today is.
The fear of death is the cardinal precept of all religions.
creative51 comments on Aug 14, 2018:
The underlying precept of all religion is power and control of masses of people by the head leadership of that religion. All the stories which make up the theology of the religion are mere eyewash for its real purpose of having power and controlling people. I suppose they use death as a fear factor to help them, but religion really is all power for those in charge.
The most solid sign of becoming an adult is moving your bed to the center of the wall from the ...
creative51 comments on Aug 13, 2018:
Was this post approved by the Ministry of Silly Posts? (channeling Monty Python Ministry of Silly Walks)
As a non theist, what are your top 3 political issues you would like to see addressed in the ...
creative51 comments on Aug 13, 2018:
Medicare for all Sane trade agreements Environmental protection
Agnostics/atheists do you require evidence for other things in life, too?
creative51 comments on Aug 12, 2018:
Yes. And Please note that Myers-Briggs is totally unscientific, easily manipulated and totally unreliable. I have taken its test 5 different times and had 5 different results. After I noticed the different results happening after taking it 3 times, the last 2 times, I purposely answered questions in a manner to push a certain result and it came out that way. A good personality test is not that easily manipulated.
A little bit about what I go through with schizoaffective disorder. It's one of the hardest things...
creative51 comments on Aug 10, 2018:
Be strong and keep on keeping on. You will make it. You have me in your corner pulling for you always.
Are you horrible at karaoke? Do you just not care and sing anyway? Do you have too wild of a night ...
creative51 comments on Aug 10, 2018:
I have had way too many wild nights, too bad I don't remember them.
What's a movie that you liked but we're ultimately disappointed in because of very high expectations...
creative51 comments on Aug 9, 2018:
When I first saw it, it really bothered me when Bambi's mother was shot and killed. But I have worked my way through it and now feel a lot better.
Are you a card player? If so, please name your favorite one.
creative51 comments on Aug 9, 2018:
I like my Topps 1958 Ted Williams card.
The Baptists have lost their minds: Elevation Church Debuts Water Slide Baptismal. I love it, in the...
creative51 comments on Aug 9, 2018:
, maybe I would go just to go down the slide and when I was asked if I received the Holy Spirit I would say, "Fuck no, but let me go down the slide again, maybe if I do it again I might!" LOL
What is the best line you’ve heard from someone you started to date or met through an online ...
creative51 comments on Aug 8, 2018:
Hey, he stole my line ! (just kidding).
Where do your facts come from? How do you discuss politics if you can't trust sources?
creative51 comments on Aug 8, 2018:
At 67 I have been in political discussions since I was 10. At that time and ever since, I have read many many sources of ideas, thoughts and facts. Going all the way back to historical documents (before I was born, long long ago), there has always been an issue with the accuracy of published documents. Some of it is deliberate attempts to pass along incorrect information to add strength to ones position and other times it was misinterpretation of facts, observations or even that a different understanding of an event changes with time. My point is this is not a new discussion. It has been going on since humans chiseled on stone tablets. Todays difference is the internet speeds up the discussion and enlarges the audience. But the problem has been around for a very long time.

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