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Comment by Roxy on December 30, 2010 at 11:07pm



Stay classy man!

Comment by Patrick on December 30, 2010 at 3:50pm
ive converted two girl friends to atheism. i did so through constant unwavering persistant assaults of reason and ridicule of religion. similar to the determination i show in trying to get them in the sack... lolz :)
Comment by Joseph P on December 30, 2010 at 3:41pm

Yeah, I've run into the same sort of thing, dating Christians, before I realized what a horribly bad idea it was.  You get about 2 or 3 months into the relationship, and then they start wondering why you don't want to go to church with them.  At least that's always the way it's worked with me.


I think that lots of Christians truly do believe that everyone believes in God, and atheists just don't want to follow him, because ... I dunno, whatever reason they feed themselves.  They must figure that after we've got a sufficient emotional commitment to the relationship that they can start exerting influence, and they can 'bring us back to Jesus'.


I've read the Bible ... cover to cover, with the exception of a little skimming over I did through parts of Numbers, the Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Wisdom.  Song of Songs was also pretty painful, but it was short.  The Wisdom books after Job are pretty mindless.

Reading the Bible has done nothing but reinforce my stance about what a horrifying, immoral, made-up piece of crap Christianity is.  The New Testament is only slightly less horrible than the Old.

Comment by Samantha Madison on December 30, 2010 at 2:09pm
Im so sick of dating people that say they dont care about religion but they really do (liars) and then later into the relationship it falls apart because I am very set in my ways. It was funny when I recently got into an argument and the guy said to read the NT cuz it will "change my life" (laughable) I said "so I already read old bullshit now you want me to read new bullshit too-F*** Off!
Comment by Michael Pianko on December 24, 2010 at 9:01pm

I was in boy scouts from about 5-10th grade, although I lost interest and didn't do half the activities after 8th grade.  Once at a camping trip they said some christian prayer and bowed their heads before eating and I just stared ahead.  For one session I went to a week long scout camp and they all went somewhere to do some non-denominational christian service or prayer, but I said I was Jewish and they let me skip it and hang around my troops tents...


I never did do all the Jewish stuff I thought I was supposed to do that I was taught in Hebrew school, because my parents were less observant than the hebrew school teachers and I didn't want anybody to think I was crazy.  

Comment by Joseph P on December 24, 2010 at 4:54pm
Well, then go to church with them ... and laugh when they say something silly ... loudly.
Comment by Joseph P on December 23, 2010 at 10:59pm

Actually, I am, Fred.  We have an openly atheist ... mayor is it?  I dunno, it's somewhere out in the boondocks, in the western corner of the state.  He was in the news a bit.


Anyway, it's not enforceable, so it doesn't matter that it's in the state Constitution.  It needs to be removed anyway, but it has no actual effect.

Comment by Clint Hoyle on December 23, 2010 at 10:42pm
no, but I'd love for them to "lay me off".
I'm itching to leave this town.
Comment by Joseph P on December 23, 2010 at 10:29pm
Meh.  And I don't suppose you'd get enough from a lawsuit to make up for losing your job.
Comment by Fred W. Hill on December 23, 2010 at 10:29pm
I work in the Probate Department of the County Courthouse, and a few years ago a co-worker put up a big banner over the front part of his cubicle, very visible to the public, that read, "Christ:  The Reason for the Season".  Fortunately, our upper-level supervisor made him take it down fairly promptly.  Later on I became his immediate supervisor and we generally got along, despite our deep disagreements about religion and politics.  He'd often make broad statements on both, parroting Faux News diatribes, assuming everyone agreed with him.  I wasn't hesitant about informing him otherwise, although I tried to refrain from getting entangled in arguments with him.  At least I'm fortunate enough to not live and work in one of those states that defies the federal Constitution by requiring government employees to profess belief in a deity.

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