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At 1:43pm on May 11, 2009, Frank Wall said…
A very belated "Thank you" for your welcome message!
At 4:18am on May 11, 2009, Justin Pearson Smith said…
Thanks for the welcome. It's good to be here.
At 5:09pm on May 10, 2009, Jose Celestino said…
Thank you. Should really have joined earlier :)
At 10:38am on May 10, 2009, TheCarol Taylor said…
Greetings Dr. TM! Thanks for your welcome commentary; we are working feverishly at www.racismtest.org [posted on Discussrace.com] to end the gross DENIAL of huemanity's 'oneness!' The eurocentric schools have been and are indulging in grave omission when they stop claims of people's ancestry at Europe and not teach their Students who their most distant ancestors really were - Black and in Black African- the origin/cradle of civilization. Judos to you, Your Sister-in-THE-Struggle, Carol Taylor, R.N. First Black U.S.A. Flight Attendant
At 11:44pm on May 9, 2009, S A R A H said…
Hey there.

You left me a comment clear in the beginning of March and I never responded. For that I apologize. I'm usually not that late in replying. Thank you, however, for your kind welcome :)

- Sarah
At 9:17pm on May 9, 2009, Chris Murray said…
Thank you! Always good to connect with like minded people......
At 8:39pm on May 9, 2009, Alpha Bitch said…
Thank you for the welcome and invitation. I look forward to exploring all sorts of ideas.
At 6:50am on May 9, 2009, Chester Wayne Leslie said…
Dr. Meaden
Thank you for the welcome. I like you understood that Santa was not real, when at age 7 I discovered my father playing with my Santa gifts before they were set under the tree. My father was not a religious person, but did many things to help others during his lifetime. My family did not attend any church until I was age 5. I am thankful for this now, as I did not have to endure the indoctrination that others do at an early age. Again thanks for the welcome.
Wayne
At 8:58pm on May 8, 2009, Al Henry said…
Thank you for your welcome. There is much here to read of interest.
At 1:50pm on May 8, 2009, Tara Shriver said…
Thanks for the welcome. I would love to check out the origins groups. I've been a christian all my life so I never learned about evolution so I've just begun studying it.
At 8:50pm on May 6, 2009, Michael L. Parker said…
I was raised lutheran initially, and later turned pentecostal as a teen. I fell away after joining the service and getting married, but retained the church teachings as "gospel." I didn't "wake up" till I was almost 50 and have gone through several phases of withdrawal. Gladly, I'm liberated and reformed now.
At 3:43am on May 6, 2009, thirteen31 said…
Thank you for the welcoming comment. I look forward to meeting new people with like-minded values. I was born and raised atheist, and I didn't even 'know' religion until just recently. I ran across many other forums that always had some discussion on it...never felt included, so I am looking for a 'safe haven' from such nonsense!
At 8:49pm on May 5, 2009, IAmTheBlog said…
Thank you for the welcome! I plan on exploring the different groups and joining in discussions. I think it will be interesting to be part of a site where non-theists talk amongst themselves. I've been at sites where non-believers and believers discuss, but never just one for atheists.
At 7:21pm on May 5, 2009, Ruth Walker said…
Thanks for the welcome.

The problem is that religionists don't keep it to themselves. The United States military is full of it.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/05/04/soldiers-in-afghanistan-g_n_195674.html

http://www.armytimes.com/community/opinion/airforce_backtalk_religion_122208/

http://www.maaf.info/
At 5:55pm on May 5, 2009, J.M. said…
Thank you kindly!
At 2:52pm on May 5, 2009, John Kiel said…
Thanks for the welcome, Terry! I'm not "proud" to be atheist, just happy!
At 2:18pm on May 5, 2009, Cyranothe2nd said…
Thank you for the welcome. However, I must take issue with your assertion that all believers are silly or superstitious. I don't think that that is true. I think that there are honest people who have examined all the evidence for and against God's existence and have just come to a different conclusion then me. I am deeply uncomfortable with the idea of "atheist superiority" as if I have some corner on the truth that others lack.
As an ex-fundy that's way to close to fundythink for me to be comfortable.
At 7:18am on May 5, 2009, Graham ASH-PORTER said…
Thanks for your Welcome Terence. I'm 62 next week! I don't mind if people need to have imaginary friends. What worries me in the Abrahamic Tradition (Jewish, Christian & Islamic) is all the stuff that is allowed to lurk in the pages of their HolEy Books. 'Of course we don't stone disobedient children bla bla bla. BUT if enough nuts get control, because it is in the Bible etc. it can be reinstated at any time by the religious Bigots who are taking over the churches.
At 6:52am on May 5, 2009, Jeremy said…
Thank you for welcoming me here. I look forward to joining many discussions.

It is very nice to find a place such as this one to discuss our non-beliefs. Where I live I am surrounded by people of faith and often feel like an outcast. Hopefully that will eventually change.

Thank you,
Jeremy
At 4:46pm on May 4, 2009, jeffreybo said…
Thanks for the welcome. Your group looks interesting and I'll be sure to check it out often.

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