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North Carolina Atheists

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Comment by Joseph P on August 7, 2010 at 8:44pm
I just plain don't like fuzzies in my home. Heh. Dogs and cats as pets are fine, on principle, just not within the subset of my home.
Comment by Joseph P on August 7, 2010 at 8:33pm
Sorry, but I've got a pet-free home.
Comment by Brad on August 7, 2010 at 1:20pm
Does anyone want a cat? We found a starving cat on our porch. She is VERY friendly. We gave her some food and water and she attacked it. We have two dogs so can't keep her, but I hate giving her to a shelter if I can give directly to an owner. I posted lost n founds on craigslist with no luck.
Comment by Chris Highland on August 1, 2010 at 3:46pm
Good work! My wife and I were just visiting family in Asheville and attended a summer class at UNCA Reuters Center taught by Carl Ricciardelli on The History of Disbelief. Quite interesting and great to see so many older folks engaged with the subject. I spoke to Carl after class and he was interested in reading my new book, Life After Faith. More freethinking in NC!
Comment by Hemlock4 on July 30, 2010 at 11:19am
aerie - the SO and I are in Wilkes County every weekend (Moravian Falls). Maybe we can meet up for coffee or something sometime.
Comment by Joseph P on July 30, 2010 at 1:19am
No worries. It's not like we're distracting the flow of other conversations, around here.

Personally, I just use free weights and go for long walks. I really need an elliptical trainer around the house, and then I'm all set.
Comment by Brad on July 29, 2010 at 11:41pm
yeah. In the back of my mind when I posted i think I was looking for a gym/carpool buddy though and just put down Garner/Clayton because of the gym's location. Not many of my friends go there. I usually go solo, but I'm suddenly without wheels for possibly a month or two and didn't wanna miss too many days and then have to work my way back up. Eh, I guess I should try harder to talk to people while I'm there and I wouldn't have this problem. lol. Being too introverted is a hard habit to break at my age though. Anyways, off topic rambling done now. (I do that a lot.)
Comment by Joseph P on July 29, 2010 at 4:14pm
Raleigh, if that's what you mean. The Garner/Clayton area isn't usually an area that people focus on. There are a whole bunch of us in Raleigh, Chapel Hill/Carrboro, and Durham.
Comment by Brad on July 29, 2010 at 4:01pm
how many here in the Garner/Clayton area? Anyone?
Comment by Joseph P on July 12, 2010 at 12:40pm
Ouch. Yeah. At least you're within driving distance of Winston-Salem (had to look it up to see where Yadkin was), but the fact that it's now a considerable drive to even get to a city the size of Winston-Salem is a bit of a step down, I imagine.

Is Winston-Salem itself at least a tolerably liberal city, like Greensboro is supposed to be? I've never really been to the Triad, except to drive out the other side, on my way out of state.

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