I've always been in the danger zone: growing up feeling unwanted and isolated made me shy and unfit for big groups of people, and to this day being with people takes a lot of my energy, even if I enjoy the company. I still have very few friends and absolutely no daily contacts. So, yes, I think A/N and other groups help a lot. I don't really worry about living longer, but I do appreciate the better quality of life thanks to the interaction with like-minded people!
...being with people takes a lot of my energy, even if I enjoy the company.
I resemble that remark! And I too appreciate the interaction with wonderful people here.
Daniel, you know, as a little old lady, I love you and you won't take offense when I tell you I laughed when I read your post to Chris, ".... your entire pist does".
OH! By the way, I have to tell you, Daniel, I was wrong in my assessment of Gillette and I agree with you.
One of the things I like best about Atheist Nexus is the fact that I can be wrong and no one calls me bad names. I do receive differences of opinion, which always causes me to rethink my position. Thanks, dear friends.
Yes, it was funny, but in a painful way ... I can't compose a decent comment on my cell phones. My fat fingers do not allow such a courtesy.
We are kind of a tight-knit support group for each other!
Yes, we will be the longest living group in the history of humankind :)
Hopefully to be superseded by our offspring, then theirs.
Daniel, what do 7th day adventists have that shorter-lived people don't have?