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Anyone here belong to a parody/mock religion?
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Here in the Philippines I belong to The League of Transverse Souls, The Church of The Free Spiirit (where you buy1 and take 1 bottle free), The Congregation of Disoriented Souls, and The Inner Galactic Soul Maniacs ( sort of exclusive dating and mix and match community in the flesh)
Have you ever performed in front of a crowd? If so, what did you do?
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Mostly impromptu, forced to perform while waiting for the guest speaker. The most memorable was when in senior high school in 1972 I sang 2 songs with a borrowed guitar: "Your Song" by Elton John https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTa8U0Wa0q8 and Father and Son" by Cat Stevens https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-7c4VNGOgU
Does anyone feel they are becoming addicted to this site? I pay attention to other people’s addictions and try to avoid them myself. However, This site is mostly to blame in awaking my thinking and writing process and I feel I am spending so much time sitting (winter is slack time even here) that I may have to get new pants because my butt is getting bigger. I mentioned this to a gym buddy and she said “didn’t you know, big butts are in”. She is a major jogger and her derriere is tiny. If this happens I will pass the buck and blame agnostic.com?! ...
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You talking to me, man ??? LOL Seems Lopez Island has no bargain clothing stores. You just have to give yourself enough time to take a walk. Based on Google maps, seems the entire island is like a park. It seems the air there is fresh and sweet all year round.
Does anyone feel they are becoming addicted to this site? I pay attention to other people’s addictions and try to avoid them myself. However, This site is mostly to blame in awaking my thinking and writing process and I feel I am spending so much time sitting (winter is slack time even here) that I may have to get new pants because my butt is getting bigger. I mentioned this to a gym buddy and she said “didn’t you know, big butts are in”. She is a major jogger and her derriere is tiny. If this happens I will pass the buck and blame agnostic.com?! ...
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I get a good amount of instant knowledge here from people who are experts and authorities in their field of endeavor. No school in the world can provide me with that . . . plus, I can even drink and smoke in the "classroom."
Why do people ask if something happened to make me not believe in god?
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I've gone through a lot of unpleasant situations specially if I don't have the absolut-ly true spirit in my hand. I've learned to keep my temper and give them a cordial and decent reply that will appeal to their senses . . . and try my best not to forget to never again get near their premises.
A Tim Minchin quote: "Science adjusts its views based on what's observed. Faith is the denial of observation so that belief can be preserved." It's insightful, but doesn't account for the stuck-in-the-mud classical scientists who refuse to acknowledge overwhelming anecdotal evidence. Good science - referred to above - has to fight against the inertia of the establishment, and it ain't easy. Doctors and scientists take 7 or more years of their life to get their education, but it takes another 5 to teach them how to ACT like one. This, quoted by a university prof. ...
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"Almost but not quite." Anything and everything before being established and accepted as fact, scientifically proven as absolute truth, infallible indisputable law has gone through rigorous and tedious observations, discussions and consultations, exchange of notes and opinions, and, yes, anecdotes. Raw anecdotes, of course, are not scientific.
I'm just curious since it is November already. Does anyone out there actually dread the Christmas holiday season? I've gone through several phases of liking it then hating it and this year I think I might have evolved to just be totally neutral to it. How do my fellow non-believers feel about it? Got any coping mechanisms? ...
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I'm amazed and I even find it funny that you guys need to have a "coping mechanism." You've made a decision to be what you are, what you believe in. You've made a commitment to yourself - a conviction. Now you have to be firm in your resolve. Don't torture yourselves with hatred, bitterness and dread. I know all of you are intelligent. So, simply keep it that way . . . kisses and hugs to all you.
Here are the first chapters of my ebook on vocal, "None Dare call it Insanity" about my experiences growing up on the business end of the fundamentalist Christian insanity in the deep south Bible belt.https://vocal.media/stories/59ffe4bdefa1c52be5269150...
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There are so many Communities, so many Topics, there's no search bar. I don't know how to explore the site and I didn't have the time. Could you give me some assistance, pls? I searched for "None Dare call it Insanity" in the internet but I got lost in cyberspace, though I had some pleasant entanglements in the web. Found some quotes but they didn't put the authors' names. Allow me pls: "Being nice to people is, in fact, one of the incidental tenets of Christianity, as opposed to other religions whose tenets are more along the lines of ‘kill everyone who doesn’t smell bad and doesn’t answer to the name Mohammed’" "We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity. We weren’t punctilious about locating and punishing only Hitler and his top officers. We carpet-bombed German cities; we killed civilians. That’s war. And this is war." - this one must surely be from a powder keg-brained Christian fanatic who "love the smell of napalm in the morning." ... to quote Robert Duvall as Lt.Col.Bill Kilgore in Apocalypse Now (1980) "Not all Muslims may be terrorists, but all terrorists are Muslims." - this quote has been attributed to a certain Ana Clouter. I was a freshman in college when Pakistani terrorists murdered the Israel Olympic contingent in Munich in 1972. The Philippines was then under Martial Law. We often joke around with our Muslim classmates telling them EXACTLY those lines. And they were quick to retort in jest, "No,no,no,no,no my friend - America IS the biggest terrorist in the world ! ! !" So many other quotes from several websites, different beliefs bashing each other. But I find this one quite funny: "Satan is better, he made the world believe he doesn't exist!"
Thank god I'm an atheist.
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Amen! Amen! Amen! god be with you . . . he is no longer with me.
Does anyone else believe in reincarnation?
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I've talked to people who claim to have met their "reincarnated" selves. I'd tell them, "No, that is not your reincarnated self. That is your other self from a parallel world or another timeline. Your other self must have a very good guidance system and navigational skills to find you." They continue anyway, saying that their reincarnated selves are slightly ahead in time than their actual selves by a few days. Whoah! so, while picking out my last stick of cigarette from a crumpled pack, I asked in jest, in between puffs, while lighting my cigarette, "Did they tell you tomorrow's lotto results?" And when I looked up, everybody's gone!
If you don't have anything good to say about religion...
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"If you don't have anything good to say about religion..." what then? I'm still hoping that we could bash religion violently without profanity. We're all decent guys in here in this community . . . and we also happen to be very intelligent.
What do you think of the term "Born Again Skeptic"? My friend coined it and I think he was also trying to get a jab toward the far righteous born again christians.
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Pardon me sir, but to say that your friend coined "Born Again Skeptic" is kinda doubtful to me. My apologies. Both you and daddy4pugs say it's a jab toward the "born again" Christians, wherever they may stand in their religious fence. I would like to say that it's more of a solid punch . . . if not a knockout punch. And if those guys won't budge and keep ignoring the fact that are spin-offs and deviants within their midst, and would still fanatically and blindly cling to their beliefs, they may not get to their rebirth and awakening that they're trudging down the wrong path . . . But would they care enough about those silly things if they're doing good business? "Let them eat cake!"
How can I debate anyone regarding god when they always fall back to you must have faith?
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Seems like a no-win situation for you so better prepare to leave. Ask them one last question: where did all those people in the village of Nod came from? If they can't make up a satisfactory answer, excuse yourself and politely walk away. If they ask you why you're leaving early, tell them you still have to do the dishes and laundry. Should you get heckles and catcalls just raise your hands and laugh with them walking away.
With the USA's soaring debt, is it possible for the country to go bankrupt?
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There's a very high probability. Some blue chip companies are majority owned by foreign nationals. America's foreign debt and military spending are ridiculously high. And amazingly, high on the list of creditor nations is China!
Where is the most beautiful place you have ever visited?
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I found the most beautiful place deep within me.
The Clitoris is the Devil's Doorbell
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The clitoris serves no other purpose but to give pleasure and pleasure alone.
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Congratulations! Feels more like home here now.
What is truth?
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"Then, what is truth? Is truth Unchanging Law? We both have truth. Are mine the same as yours?" - Sir Timothy Miles Bindon Rice
What are you for Halloween? I'm a Pikachu!
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Alfred Neumann
How many can relate to this cat? LOL.. had to post this one.. funny but so dam true.. It's like.. don't come near me, I don't want any part of it!
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Meet Nathan the adorable beach cat who just loves to go swimming: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkywEtpl0BE&feature=share
"If I saw a little girl or boy being raped, I would make sure to stop it, that is the difference between me and your god". This quote literally changed my life.
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I don't think the villain will do it where the act can be seen. If the victim is a little girl or boy, the villain will surely drag the victim unconscious somewhere secluded, in a classroom or maybe inside a vehicle. But just to go along with the flow: If the rapist is not a lot bigger than me (I'm not even 5'5") I will stop the crime by whatever means, regardless if he's holding a knife or even a machete. If he's holding a gun, I'll call for backup. If there's two or three of them just about my size, I'll take them on even if they have lead pipes or katanas. If they're a lot bigger than me and they saw me, I'll run for my life and seek help before I get raped myself and get dumped in a trash can with a broken neck and pelvis.
What's the most surprising fact you learned about the religion you were born into, that wasn't discussed in church?
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I was in grade school when I first heard my father say, "I will not bet my life on the Bible" , "Religion is the biggest stumbling block to human progress" and "Man created God" and I asked, "What god, God Almighty?" and his quick answer was a big "YES!"
I didn't know whether to put this under this category or politics. It's a fantasy that most of us want to see come true. I laughed and teared up at the same time. Free-we are free at last! https://youtu.be/d7Uy0Uznw4E I actually got emotional watching this. One of the best things I have seen lately. A must watch....
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Aw! can we have more of that?
Should Jesusween replace Halloween? Because Christians haven't stolen enough holidays from pagans yet!!!! This is a real thing, see the picture or Google it!
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I don't agree that the Christians stole holidays from Pagans. It was a sweetheart deal, Christians agreed to adopt Pagan traditions. And they've added to or enhanced the Pagan traditions. I can't see any stealing in that. To say that they stole the credit from Pagans would, I think, be proper enough.
The Atheist Pig
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Ha-ha! thank you, that was nice and refreshing.
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