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"Howdy Robert. By odd chance I had decided, about a day ago, to renew my activity here after a long absence. Just saw your name browsing through "members." I also live in Beaumont. Be happy to buy you a beer and…"
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Richard Dawkins and Matt Dillahunty are my greatest heroes for their view on our world. I am a maintenance tech in my career and deal everyday with the facts of nature and how empirical evidence leads me to prevent wear on machines. Life, love and discovery leads me everyday.
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Howdy Robert. By odd chance I had decided, about a day ago, to renew my activity here after a long absence. Just saw your name browsing through "members." I also live in Beaumont. Be happy to buy you a beer and shoot the breeze sometime. Beaumont is small, anywhere is fine. I see your "About Me" writing- I am also a Dawkins fan (recently picked up "Greatest Show on Earth"), have heard of but am not real familiar with Dillahunty though I believe he is local (Austin?) to us. I think I have seen a few of his youtube debates.
There is a Southeast Texas Atheists group here but it seems not active. So anyway would be good to meet a rare local non-believer. I promise not to try to sell you anything or be a psychotic killer if you promise the same...Jerry Mcmasters (jerrymcmasters.com)