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Living in the bible belt is especially hard on us. Church on every corner. I am looked upon as weird because I am not religious. Christianity has been shoved down my throat. I get so frustrated hearing religious politicians talking about their god. Trump this and Trump that on the news continously.

Lady-DebianLinux 6 June 30

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We live in a different world now, for sure. In Chattanooga, where I live we used to joke about the number of bars being about the same as the number of churches. The number of churches has been shrinking! I want to buy one.

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I can sympathize. The most recent eye-roller being the political advertisement by Diane Black for saying something like "Because of my experience as a nurse and my Christian upbringing - I will do what I KNOW is right" - like being right is dependent on those two qualifications. smh Best reason I can get to "not" vote for her.

She’s an opportunistic politician, a chameleon, a wolf in sheep’s clothing, etc. Why would you vote for her?

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in OKC it seems like there is a church every 1000 feet. On SW 55th and Blackwelder there is a HUGE Baptist church with a dozen buses and a huge congregation (SW Baptist church). Across the street from it? Another Baptist church (Trinity Free Will Baptist). 2 blocks away? Hillcrest Baptist Church. 2 blocks south of there? The Korean Baptist church. 2 blocks north of there? S. Penn Jesus Christo Baptist church. 3 blocks NW of there? SW 44th Baptist church. This is just right around my house.

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Look around, I'll bet there are some Freethinkers around. I also live in TN, originally from NY. We are fortunate to of found a bunch of humanists, pagans, atheists and agnostics is various places around our rural area. Maybe try checking out progressive groups, environmental groups, book clubs, places where thinkers are. Good Luck!

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Hmm..I'd comment but you haven't yet written your profile so I don't know enough about you.

But it sounds dreadful.

What is it that you are wanting to know about me? I may be able to answer. Apologies for lack of a better profile.

@Lady-DebianLinux I always check profiles before I answer a question, to see where the person is coming from. In your case how do I know what you like to do, or whether you'd prefer to live somewhere else. You could be a college student or a grandmother, or even someone living at home in a wheelchair, so I don't know whether or not you'd consider moving.

Nobody likes to ask lists of questions of everyone; it's much easier to just glance at a profile. That's why the website gives points for profiles and for people posting their photos, to encourage people to do so.

@birdingnut I am not here to acquire points. I am here to mingle with fellow infidels. I am a private individual and I don’t throw out a lot of info for people to read. If I posted info on my profile it doesn’t mean it would be truthful anyway. You could be a married man in a wheelchair who went to college with no plans to move out of the area.

@Lady-DebianLinux LOL! I put enough info that I actually could be googled.

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That's some rough shit. Sorry to hear that. It's moving elsewhere an option at all?

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