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At 11:30pm on May 18, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…
Greetings, Aleksandra! I notice you haven't been active at Atheist Nexus lately. <sigh> Sometimes it can seem a bit fragmented, with different groups for every interest. Please consider a group for socializing, where we talk about whatever's on our minds, Hang With Friends. :D You might feel more at home.
At 7:32pm on January 28, 2011, Cane Kostovski said…
Zdravo. Srbska ili Makedonka?
At 6:24am on July 8, 2010, John Jubinsky said…
Hi Aleksandra! Have a very happy birthday.
At 8:41am on May 1, 2010, Paul Lin said…
The songs you have here invoke rising energy and increase neural activities in me. I have studied NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) and I believe #1 and #2 can be used as a trigger/anchor for deep thoughts. :-) Since you are a psychology student, have you done any research or come across any research paper or project on the topic of psychological states and music?
At 7:46pm on April 8, 2010, Roy The Infidel said…
Hello, Aleksandra. :)

There’s a new group on A|N that may interest you: Classical Masters.
Click here.
At 5:46am on March 11, 2010, Roy The Infidel said…
Kilroy was here. :)
At 1:36pm on December 28, 2009, Benjamin Maglic said…
hehe, nema na cemu, lijepo naci "svoje" po ovim...stranjskim* stranicama :D. Hvala puno, trebace mi sreca u sljedecoj, zelim i ja tebi isto puno srece i zdravlja u 2010!!! Pozzz
At 5:05am on November 16, 2009, Paul Lin said…
People often don't want to accept the fact that death is a permanent irreversible cessation of life. Often they go through several stages before accepting it. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross explains those stages in her book. Religion, in my view, was invented by people who are in denial.
At 8:38am on October 1, 2009, Chrys Stevenson said…
Hi Aleks! I'm Kris - I host the Aussie/Kiwi group here on Nexus. I'm also the media and communications consultant for the forthcoming "Rise of Atheism" Global Atheist Convention to be held in Melbourne in March 2010. The Convention is being organized jointly by Atheist Alliance International and the Atheist Foundation of Australia.

I wonder if you could let your members know that tickets for the convention are now available online at the Convention website. We are expecting nearly 3,000 delegates, so this convention is going to be huge.

Confirmed speakers include: Richard Dawkins, AC Grayling, PZ Myers, Dan Barker, Peter Singer, Taslima Nasrin and many more.

Anything you can do to help us get the word out would be greatly appreciated.
At 11:22am on August 28, 2009, Sonny Mobley said…
Thanks for the welcome!
At 11:43am on May 22, 2009, atheistfightingback said…
Nice music, I liked that movie “Da Vinci Code”!
At 11:39am on May 22, 2009, atheistfightingback said…
Nice pictures
At 6:11am on February 22, 2009, ali sigirci said…
dobre utro alks
At 6:37am on January 3, 2009, Fitimi said…
Hi Aleksandra,

Thanks for replying back.

Sretna Nova Godina. Sve najbolje za tebe.

Be in touch and take care.

At 7:55am on January 2, 2009, Terry said…
Get well soon! Nice intro.
At 6:27am on January 2, 2009, Fitimi said…
Hi Aleksandra,

Your introduction is very good. I agree with you. I adore stand up comedy guys and my favourite is George Carlin; Richard Pryor; and Adam Sandler.

At 12:59pm on October 24, 2008, Ian said…
oh god no - I'm experimenting with mental meltdown though so it's a subject near to my heart (about 300mm up and to the left a bit to be precise).

There was an absolutely fascinating infidel guy show about the evolution of the mind that piqued my interest in this - I'll dig it out the next time my complonker's turned on.
At 7:13am on October 24, 2008, Ian said…
I've often wondered is it possible to have studied psychology and NOT be an atheist?
At 4:28pm on August 25, 2008, Mac Rex said…
Back in the '80s, I would sometimes refer to myself as an 'anarco-feminist', and had feminists get very angry at me. As for me calling me a wimp, I just laugh at them as no one who knows me would say any thing like that other than as a joke. When I was a child, I would hear other boys saying things like "girls are dumb and weak", to which I would reply, "Oh, so you've not met my sisters?" By the time I was a teen, bully's would try to bug me with "you gonna get your sister to beat me up?", as by that time several of my older sisters had gotten reputations for beating up boys, but I never needed their help as my one brother (#3 in line and 9 years older than me) thought me to fight, usually by beating me up! To put it simply, I have never be afraid to demand equality between the sexes, and have a tattoo on my right arm that is a joined male/female symbol with an anarchist 'A' in the circle it's in my photos).
As for growing up in such a large family, like I said, I was mostly raised by my sisters. In age they go oldest boy born 1950, oldest sister, 1951, #3 - brother 1952, #4 - sister 1954, #5 - sister 1955, #6 - sister 1957, #7 - sister 1959, then me , in 1961. # 6 and #7 were the closest to me (Muggsy and Jewels), and when I got out of the Canadian army in 1980, the three of us went to England to meet out Aunts , Uncle, etc., and did a hitch hiking tour of France, Switzerland and Italy. Muggsy (#6) and I are the only ones with no kids, and only one of our other sisters isn't a grandparent. (#5). But it gets better, our father (DOB 1921), who immigrated from England in 1948, left a wife and child back there because he couldn't stand her parents (baptists) and she insisted on living with them. So that makes my mother his wife #2, and he stayed with her until she died suddenly (32 years). Last year my father buried wife #5, and the only one of his wives still alive is the one he left in England!
Any way, I babel. I hope that was a little entertaining.
At 11:30am on August 24, 2008, Mac Rex said…
Thanks for these friendship requests. I checked out the Atheist Feminist group just now, and I see that there are men in it. I wounder if that's appropriate. During my youth as a political activist in Vancouver, no men were allowed within feminist groups, which always bugged me as I was mostly raised by my older sisters (I'm the last of 8 - 5 sisters and 2 brothers), and never understood sexism. Ah well, I'm having problems keeping up with it all any way, as my job and hobby keep me so busy.



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