Jeeze, and here you're trying to enjoy the nice, calm weekend that their lord provided you, and his followers have to go and screw it up by jamming up your neighborhood. Some people just don't know how to celebrate the sabbath correctly.
I've recently taken up with the hobby of observing some of the smaller, more lunatic churches around here. I don't think the mega-church would particularly help with that. It doesn't seem like the sort of gathering that would be fun to troll. Wish I could help more easily. Thankfully, the mega-church phenomenon seems to have missed North Carolina. There could be one in Charlotte that I'm unaware of, but the Triangle just has a bunch of small churches.
Heh, and 24 hours delay in responding to my comment isn't a slow response. :-D Heck, mine was longer than that. Good to hear back from you.
Greetings. Are you in the more urban, liberal part of Atlanta, or more in the outskirts, which are borderline-rural Georgia? I've heard that Atlanta is a real mixed bag, from the perspective of culture, liberalism, and intellectualism. It could either be good for an atheist or suck like hell, depending upon which part you're in.
Hello Lana. Me too, proud to be an atheist. Welcome to this haven of sanity, truth, peace, and freedom for freethinking----far from the superstitions and fictional god of the masses.
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