Watergate was a coverup. Yes conspiring does exist but the conspiracy theory rhetoric is a complete waste of time and never ends because they don't accept provided evidence proving there claims are wrong.
I wonder if my double facepalm will be deleted again on that 9/11 blog. Some atheists just can't make the leap to being a skeptic. You can't be a real skeptic if you are not an atheist (non-believer) but you can be an atheist and believe in conspiracy and paranormal crap.
Matt, I further defined "Mad Dog" and "Wild Boar" for you on Sigmund's blog post ''Did Jesus exist?' vs. 'Did God exist?''
I would appreciate a response. The reason I get a bit irritated with you is because you ask me question after question and once I have answered all your questions, you drop it. It would be nice if you could say: "I see your point" or "That makes sense" or something to that effect. Also, the story about the swine should be the easiest for someone not familiar with Babylonian mythology to recognize as an astrological tale. Can you see it?
Not a problem here -I do understand that these are emotional issues and have had a lifetime of practice discussing them. I like to think that those of us independent thinkers are a cut above -if that's not being too pompous...
Yes, I remember my time in Brussels very fondly. It was a beautiful and interesting city, but most of all I stuffed myself full of beer, waffles, fries, and chocolate. It might have been the most delicious (and gluttonous) weekend of my life. I love traveling and so far I've been lucky enough to make it work and still feed myself most of the time. There are great things on this side of the pond of course, but if I were you I'd treasure my time in Europe more. Maybe it's a "grass is greener" kind of thing, but with the exception of New York I'd say all my favorite places in the world are much closer to you than to me. Enjoy it while you're there!
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