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In My Own Back Yard

Living in Bedford Heights has been markedly enjoyable for the nine years since my wife and I moved here. It’s quiet, the neighbors are terrific, the town is well kept with excellent city services, and I really can’t think of a single negative to register. I doubt it would rate as a utopia, but it’ll do until utopia comes along.

One of the items we get from the city on a yearly basis is a calendar, which mostly outlines city events, council meetings and the like. Up until this…


Added by Loren Miller on March 1, 2019 at 8:50am — 30 Comments


Added by jerbialdo on February 22, 2019 at 12:25am — No Comments

Historical Timeline of Concrete

Arizona State Devil No. 1

9000 BC

Gobekli Tepe terrazzo floors (enclosure B layer III) and rectangular buildings of layer II. Mesolithic to Neolithic type of concrete in Anatolia (western Asia), constructed of burnt lime and clay, with aggregate.

6500 BC

Nabataean geopolymer type of Stone age…


Added by Garry Denke on February 8, 2019 at 7:30am — No Comments

Best Super Bowl AD 24

LORD God Almighty's Super Bowl ad Pulled by NFL

HM Queen Elizabeth II had NFL pull Our AD 24 (refund $5.5 million)!forum/soc.history.ancient

SHE'S A FUCKING CUNT HOLE ! ! ! ! ! ! !!forum/sci.archaeology


The Longest Pit Stop Ever



Added by Garry Denke on February 2, 2019 at 5:30pm — No Comments

I'm STILL Mad As Hell

You remember the movie Network, don’t you? Peter Finch as veteran UBS anchorman Howard Beale, growling into a TV camera, “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore!” That was a potent declaration of independence and non-conformance that Beale made. The only problem is that he shrunk away from it not that much later, in the face of billionaire mogul Arthur Jensen. Jensen’s sole purpose was to use Beale as a Pied Piper to mollify the peasantry, the better to pursue his own…


Added by Loren Miller on February 1, 2019 at 9:10am — No Comments

I felt like an eagle floating above the earth

I remember the moment of my epiphany, the moment I became an atheist. I was 20 years old. I had read the oscillating universe by George Gamow & the origin of species by Charles Darwin.

Then, suddenly, I realized we homo-sapiens are just a kind of animal like other animals on this spinning rock we call Earth. Whatever purpose we feel we have is one we devise for ourselves; it’s not handed to us from on high. We are on our own; there is no deity holding a net under our feet as…


Added by V.N.K.Kumar on January 20, 2019 at 9:30pm — 1 Comment

Ark of the Covenant's favourite Song (no joke!)

Revelation 15


Ark of the Covenant's favourite Song (no joke!)


Gary P Nunn w/ Jerry Jeff Walker "London Homesick Blues"

O Lord God Almightie



HM Queen Elizabeth II's favourite Song (no joke!)


Ray Wylie…


Added by Garry Denke on January 19, 2019 at 8:57pm — No Comments

Hello Dolly

Hello Dolly

All you Sons of Bitches'll be Anti-theists on Dig my Arks day

All you Sons of Bitches'll be Antitheists on Dig my Arks day

All you Sons of Bitches'll be Atheists on Dig my Arks day

from: Denoco Inc. <>

Attachments - 2:30 PM (30 minutes ago)


cc: Melchizedek King of Salem <>,

HM Queen Elizabeth II…


Added by Garry Denke on January 17, 2019 at 2:29am — No Comments

"Tell those FUCKS they Got two (2) Days!" the Devil Satan

Sun, Jan 13, 2019 1:55 pm

Denoco Inc.


Cc Melchizedek King of Salem, HM Queen Elizabeth II

David Bowie

Denoco Inc.

Tell those FUCKS they Got two (2) Days!

Cunt suck Ass fucks, Two!

the Devil…


Added by Garry Denke on January 14, 2019 at 2:00am — No Comments

Do I matter?

Do I matter? 

No! I don’t matter! The point isn’t to depress you or me. I am not that important.  The central issue is, I don’t matter. It is a delusion to think that I matter, that I am powerful or weak. Denial holds me in delusions.

What does matter? The planet, soils, water, air, & life matters.

I will vanish, unremembered, like the…


Added by Joan Denoo on January 9, 2019 at 5:26pm — 5 Comments

The Real World Always Wins

Some time back, I was watching a conference on YouTube, featuring some notable high-end audio equipment designers. What does that have to do with atheism, you might well ask. Well, one of the designers present, in talking about design theory and best practices, made mention of being “skeptical” of these standards, and then he dropped the following bombshell:

In a battle between theory and the real world, the real world always wins.

-- Kevin Hayes, VAC



Added by Loren Miller on January 2, 2019 at 8:40am — 4 Comments

My God

My God - The majority of religions talk in terms of My God. My God is ownership of God. My God invariably becomes a collective Our God, truth, and dogma. Our God dogma makes us right and you wrong. Or, us being saved and you being damned. Harris proposed, "the central tenant of every religious tradition is that all others are mere repositories of error or, at least, dangerously incomplete. Intolerance is thus intrinsic to every creed." (2004) Dogma makes our religion having an exclusive…


Added by Al Wm Johnson on December 22, 2018 at 8:15am — 2 Comments

Nothing Fails Like Prayer, yet it continues


-- to ask God to do things – fulfill requests, grant favours, and generally use his supernatural powers to act on behalf of the petitioner. Internet prayer request pages overflow with theists asking others to pray for them so that they may be healed of sickness and injuries or delivered from financial troubles

However, as an application of simple logic shows, any prayer that asks God for anything is pointless. Is…


Added by V.N.K.Kumar on December 16, 2018 at 7:51pm — 4 Comments

Doctrine of Infallibility

What do you think of the Doctrine of Infallibility? For me, this doctrine correlates with inerrancy. For religions, infallibility includes saying my/our religion can't err because I/we have the Truth. Infallibility is about being right absolutely and without exception. Infallibility proclaims the inerrancy of the Bible. In 1870, the Roman Catholic Church formally announced the doctrine of papal infallibility on matters of faith and doctrine. However, all religions have some doctrinal forms…


Added by Al Wm Johnson on December 15, 2018 at 7:46am — 7 Comments

Everyone Is a Skeptic

Are you a religious believer or a doubter? Let’s find out. I will cite some sacred, holy, divine, religious tenets, and you tell me if you believe them.
1. Aztec priests sacrificed about 20,000 people a year to many gods including an invisible feathered serpent. Do you think an invisible feathered…

Added by V.N.K.Kumar on December 11, 2018 at 10:21pm — 2 Comments

King of Salem strips HM Queen of Grace

Stonehenge Free Festivals Were Completely Wonderful...!topic/alt.atheism/vbkiKChavyU

Stone Temple Pilots - Lady Picture Show (Official Video)…


Added by Garry Denke on December 11, 2018 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Religion in Government – The "Back Door" Problem

My copy of FFRF’s Freethought Today recently went upside my head with a statement quoted on Page 3 of their November 2018 issue:

The bottom line is that while church and state are formally separated, religious legislators are still driven by their religious beliefs when voting in the Senate on all issue areas. This mechanism circumvents the formal separation of church and state and brings religion into politics through the back door.

-- Daniel Arnon, Emory…


Added by Loren Miller on December 3, 2018 at 7:40am — 28 Comments


What do you think of the concept of Fideism? For me, fideists are those religious addicts who have beliefs not based on reason or logic. For me, fideism puts reasoning to sleep. It really amounts to an abdication of the working brain’s critical thinking skills of analysis and synthesis. Fideism is concrete reactive thinking and a mechanical interaction with life. Schopenhauer said, “faith and knowledge are related as the scales of a balance; when one goes up, the other goes down.” (19th…


Added by Al Wm Johnson on December 1, 2018 at 8:10am — 1 Comment


Here are some views on dogma. What do you think? Dogma is a major factor that leads to a theology of separation. We all have access to a Natural Moral Code predating any man-made religious beliefs. However, we interpret universal moral codes the way we experience life. Universal moral codes are interpreted by a human nature that includes solipsism. Religions are man-made interpretation of nature-made universal moral codes based on their experience of Nature and human…


Added by Al Wm Johnson on November 24, 2018 at 7:39am — 4 Comments

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