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Heather replied to Heather's discussion Hello from San Angelo in the group West Texas Heathens
"I've since moved to Lubbock. I know about the Lubbock Atheists meetup group. Anyone have any further advice for survival out here?"
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At 10:34pm on June 5, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…

Greetings, Heather! I'd like to invite you to a group where we talk about anything on our minds, Hang With Friends. :D

At 8:51pm on June 3, 2011, Joseph P said…

Hmm, yeah, I guess that isn't the place for a Darwin fish on your bumper, huh?


I think the family issue is pretty much universal, in the US ... well, I mean there's the potential to have irrational, religious parents no matter where you are in the country.  Fortunately, my mother is a pushover, emotionally, and none of my siblings are particularly religious that I'm aware of.


I'm a bit more secure on the job front, too.  I don't initiate any conversations on the subject, but the times that I've worked in an office, I've brazenly read provocative books on my downtime, stuff like Dawkins, Hitchens, and Barker.  I'm in a pretty liberal pocket of the south, though, where they actually understand what freedom of religion means and don't want to start the sort of mess that firing someone over religion would cause.  Well, and most of the companies I've worked for are large enough corporations that truly don't give a damn.


And ... wow, I've heard random bits about north Texas on The Atheist Experience and Non Prophets Radio, but damn ... 'breast cancer events that do not highlight abortion'?  Seriously?  Bound 4 Life sounds pretty @#$%^&* scary, too.

At 7:33pm on June 3, 2011, Joseph P said…

Careful?  What do you have going on over there?  Do you have psychos who will try to abduct someone and exorcize the demons from them or something?  Or do you mean slightly more tame things, like threats to your job stability or something?


Can you use Meetup.com to get a group together, or will you get fundamentalists invading the group?

At 6:03pm on June 3, 2011, Joseph P said…
Whoah, tough place to be an atheist ... never mind a single one.
At 8:01pm on June 15, 2010, Donna Darko said…
Hi, Heather, welcome to the Atheist Nexus.
At 4:52pm on June 15, 2010, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Welcome to the busy discussion group "Origins".
At 7:21am on June 15, 2010, Ken LaBelle said…
Hey, nice to see another atheist in San Angelo! To be honest, I'd forgotten that I'd even set up a profile here, so your message was something of a surprise. :)

Life is pretty good, counting down the two years I have left in Bible-land before I move on to greener pastures. How about you?
At 1:01am on June 15, 2010, Atheist Princess said…
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