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Started this discussion. Last reply by Smokey Dave-Bean Jul 23, 2011. 12 Replies

My friend/coworker is a friendly, outgoing person, but doesn't use proper english (i.e., she do, he do) when she speaks or emails in the office.  We work in a corporate environment, so I have tried…Continue

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Update to Losing a Friend to Religion

Posted on July 21, 2011 at 5:15pm 1 Comment

Well, it may be worse than just losing a friend to religion.  We may have lost her to drugs.  It all adds up now.  Why she would sell everything in her house that wasn't nailed down, why she has isolated herself from her friends and family, why she won't allow her family into her house after they flew from California to check on her, why she hasn't been at work and why she has blisters on her face.  I guess the annointed one blessed her with a drug habit.  It's not proven yet, but all the… Continue

My husband wants my child to say grace.

Posted on July 14, 2011 at 9:05am 9 Comments

My husband, son and I went out to eat dinner on Friday night and when the food arrived, my husband wanted my son to say grace and he wanted me to bow my head and along with it.  I want to teach my son to be grateful for things, but somehow I don't feel right teaching him to thank a nonexistent supernatural being for food that his daddy and I worked hard for.  My husband knows that I am an atheist and he's okay with it, but he holds on to his faith and wants to raise my son that way.  We don't… Continue

I Lost a Close Friend to Religion

Posted on July 7, 2011 at 9:46am 0 Comments

I have a girlfriend at work who no longer eats lunch with or take breaks with us (her friends for the last 4 years), she won't accept anything from anybody who is not a Jehovah's Witness, and she barely parts her lips when she sees us in the hallway.  It's a complete turnaround considering how close we've been for the last 4 years.  A lady she met at their annual JW Convention who claims to be one of the…

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At 6:06pm on July 8, 2011, Dr. Terence Meaden said…

Hi Kim, and welcome to the rational world of Internet atheism---a haven of truth and peace from the superstitions and fictional gods of the masses. 

"Well-founded common sense helped by science leads to atheist wisdom."

We invite you to make good friends by joining the busy group "ORIGINS: Universe, Astronomy, Life, Earth, Humans, Religion, Gods, Atheism, Evolution, Darwin..." with 500 discussion topics and 2800 members.

http://www.atheistnexus.org/group/originsuniverselifehumankindanddarwin

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At 11:00pm on July 7, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…
I'm no expert, but I think forums are like discussions which involve the whole population at AN. Isn't a blog written by an individual blogger? Blogs are like personal opinions, I guess. One person has the talk baton. In forums the talk baton passes around to anyone who posts. *shrug*
At 9:20am on July 7, 2011, Keith G. said…

Hi,----

 

Glad to see another DFW local. I just signed up a couple of weeks ago and live in Arlington.  Nice to see another 'neighbor' on the site.

 

Keith G.

At 12:41am on July 7, 2011, Brent Feeney said…
Welcome aboard! =)  Hope all is good for you right now...
At 12:26pm on July 6, 2011, Ken said…
Hello and welcome to the Nexus.  We are certainly glad to have you join us.
At 10:48am on July 6, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…

Welcome, Kim! Glad you could join us. :D

Please consider joining a group to meet people and talk about anything that's on your mind, Hang With Friends.

 
 
 

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