An Atheist in northern Oklahoma. It's not much of a surprise that I'm a little anti-social. I'm tired of people threatening me with hell when they find out that I don't think like they do. Totally dedicated to my two boys. We goof off and have nerf wars when the weather permits it.
Detested by the God Squad. Merciless challenger of logical fallacies.
Make friends maybe more like the outdoors and gaming ps4
2 military branches, 2 kids, 3 marriages (last one widowed me, take that, Fate) never bought into the mass-hysteria that religion speaks to me as...
Guess this parallels sticking your tongue to a flagpole when it's freezing out.. Closest I've come was rock-climbing as a kid, I put my hands on 2 boulders, intending to lift my feet high enough to leap through and over them, obviously one of my feet didn't quite clear, all I remember was waking up, sitting up at the bottom of the boulders with a mild case of shock (everything was surreally mellow, that kind of shock)
Something. I was asked to write "something" here. Well, there ya go! (If you have questions, simply ask. I am just a girl. A random girl.) I am only here for the community as I am already happily taken. ;)
Looking for other non- believers to connect with since there are so few where I live. I do not make close friends easily which is compounded by how conservative and religious the south is. I am open to more should the opportunity present but my immediate goal is to make friends with others like myself
Hi y'all. Thanks for stopping by my profile. I'm an IT professional working at a tire plant in the Murfreesboro area. I love to eat out ... Mexican is my favorite. In the spring and summer, I love to go to craft fairs or farmers markets and make something delicious of what I bought. There so much more to me that I won't get into here. Tell me about you!! Thanks for stopping by!
I am a recovering agoraphobic who likes Knitting, Crocheting, Weaving, Reading, Writing, Cooking, Gardening, Baking, learning new things, and Volunteering. When I'm not doing any of the above, I'm very likely teaching myself German, learning something on Khan Academy, or watching my plants grow in my Aerogarden. When I'm not doing this, I'm likely at the Library.
I been through alot in life, its been full of adventure, I like politeness and being respectful to others in hopes to recieve the same in return, mean people often have mean lives so i put all my energy into being always positive. Ive created a decent life around me so far, ive been self employed since 2000 and attended UNM in 2013 to get my degree in sustainable building,I graduated in 2015 and formed a renewable energy company I call GEO/SOL, which stands for geothermal/solar for short, during my time at UNM I summited a project to UNM to create a geothermal powerplant thats powered by the massive amounts of heat under our feet, theres other ways to boil water than burning coal or create toxic nuclear isotopes, I also took blue planet sciences in that course along with geology, .. ill add more to this later but feel free to ask anything to me, im here.
Sus·tain·a·bil·I·ty s??st?n??bil?d?/Submit noun the ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level. "the sustainability of economic growth" avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance. "the pursuit of global environmental sustainability" thats googles way of describing it, basically big oil has gotten such a grip on this society and how its run that it will take a clean slate to start all over again, thats only in my honest opinion.
Like my name implies I am a farmer who makes his living solely from farming an nothing else. I live in a community that is mostly Christian, rural and conservative. I am a socialist,an activist and I have ran for political office in our provincial legislature. I call myself a freethinker although I am a 100% atheist I believe in evidence based reasoning so, provide me evidence of the existence of gods and I would convert, so far no one has met that challenge. I have lived and still live a very outdoor life both at work and for leisure. I raise cattle, honey and forage that I direct market. I enjoy my life to the fullest and love how I make my living.
I was born in Somerset England and lived in Brighton Sussex all my life. Currently in West Yorkshire where some of my family reside. I have a daughter lives on the east coast UK with her husband and my two Grandchildren and my son lives in Thailand and has chosen his life there the past 8 years. I visited him and my new Grandaughter in October and look to return when my new Grandson arrives in March. I am a caring spiritual woman who welcomes new friends and has an interest in people in general. I enjoy exploring new surroundings and the history of places I visit.
I am a pretty laid back, easy going person who makes every attempt to live stress-free. I am not driven by money, and I do not need materialistic things in my life. I want to live a rather simple life. Happiness isn't about the number of possessions. I'm hoping to find true love someday. Someone who will accept me for who I am, and love me as deeply as I do them. I want to build a life with someone who is willing to: 1) invest the time to really get to know me, and 2) knows what it means to be committed. I am not interested in casual relationships, hookups, or one-night stands. A female friend of mine recently said to me, "You are a rare treasure, not ordinary." So, yeah... I guess I'm a pretty big deal. ;P
A girl on the rebound...? Hmmm. Do you really need an answer to that question? If you don't mind probably (most likely) ruining a friendship... Go for it.
I'm a realist who tries to be more optimistic. Hard head with a soft heart. Loves shopping for school supplies. Great at giving advice, but bad at following my own. Currently working on my second Masters degree (finishing in September!). 5'7" with an ever-growing collection of tattoos. Looking for honesty, humor, kindness, intelligence, and romance in a tall, geeky package. Ask me anything you want to know!
I've had trouble sleeping ever since puberty, so I can relate. My personal bedtime routine isn't always that routine since I'm in grad school and working full-time right now, but one thing that DOES help me is the sleep podcast I listen to. Sleep With Me (hosted by Drew Ackerman) has really helped me quiet down my racing thoughts and postpone my worrying. Plus, it's just super cute and entertaining. I definitely recommend it to anyone who has sleep issues.
Cyclist and cat lover. Very left. Books. Art. Architecture. Archaeology. Animals. Forests. Mountains. Quality cinema. Proud beta male. Vegetarian. Reads *The Grauniad*. Human rights. Equality. Feminism. LGBTQ+ rights. Anti-racism, anti-fascism, anti-misogyny. Long walks. Nature. Travel. Winter. History. Science. Adventure. Folklore. No gods, no masters. Always question authority. Hummus with everything. Definitely a sceptic, not a skeptic. Photographer, specialising in women's sport. *"Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced"* *"An open mind is like an open skip - you've got to keep an eye on it or people'll come along and fill it with all sorts of rubbish" (skip=dumpster, US friends)* *"You are worth more than the sum of what you consume"* **Happy to talk to anyone about anything - feel free to message me!**
I am the luckiest person I know. My parents are deeply religious with unwavering faith in Hinduism. Growing up I was taught “this is what we believe” and not “this is how it is”. I respect the morality of my parents and whatever portion of that is informed by religion is fine with me, because it was taught in parables with animal characters and in life lessons. The reason I mention it is I think that’s important. I now look at people with the perspective “this is what they believe.” It makes it hard to be a “militant atheist” but it’s an attitude I wish more people had.
My relationship of 34 yrs broke up because my partner suddenly became religious! I'm anti-theist, love animals, gardening, the beach, and music. I'm lucky in where I live because we are a town with so many brilliant musicians - always great live music happening. I'm fairly slim, 5` 5", blue eyes, brownish blonde hair. Love where I live, but haven't met many other atheists here! Would be nice to chat with like-minded people.
Hello. I am an atheist; I thought I would join here to find interesting people to talk to. I am an intellectual person and I think it would be neat to be able to find someone to write/email about epic things. I find people don't seem to like form correspondence these days; I must be old-fashioned, but if anyone likes to have , intelligent discussions using words, please let me know :) I am introverted, and shy. Though I am working on the shy part. I am a continual self-improver; I am motivated by a desire to keep building on my life, to keep gaining new skills and knowledge. I like to read; I enjoy artistic endeavors; I can draw and write.
Desert SW single lady. Question(s) of the day/month/year: Theres way too much emphasis on this site, about passive voice questions regarding idealogical issues. Like "there ought to be a law", or "should people who do xyz thing be punished", or "only certain people should allowed or have the right, to say/think/believe certain types of things". Who is going to sit in judgement and make these decisions and then enforce their rules? Are you actually comfortable with that happening, in real life? Do you think it will work out well?
Software Engineer (geek) Labrador Retriever enthusiast
I'm one of the dozens of people on the planet who have a Windows phone. :-) I was already working in MS's C# and VB.Net, Visual Studio (VS) was free. Ultimately, MS picked up Xamarin and put that right into VS. I have a small app in mind, will be able to use Xamarin to create one that'll run on Android and Apple phones. Will use QR codes to locate files on the web to download and display.