Greetings, Maggie! 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.
Thanks for the welcome, Maggie; I'm happy to be here. I work at Davis Library, UNC's primary library; though an English major, I drifted into library work as a student and have been working various jobs in UNC's libraries for a while now.
What do you do? What brought you to our fair land of NC? Love the Humanist Code of Ethics; needless to say, it would be a big step forward if atheists and non-atheists alike could agree to those principles. Anyway, nice to meet you!
it depends to the people you are talking maggie.. I can say freely that im atheist but as you may know AKP now is the leading power in Turkey which makes people hesitate when they are asked for their beliefs.. Religion is mixed intensively with politics here.. I guess many people dont think or question so much their beliefs or most of them are confused.... Turkish people dont like to speak out freely (i guess you know that!!!!)
Good day, Maggie, fellow Tarheel atheist. Where are you located? If you are near the Axis of Evil (Raleigh-Durham-Franklinton), I'd like to invite you to join our Atheist Meetup Group and get involved. Go to this site:
and read all about it.
Give me a shout back. I could use the atheist human contact.
Yes that makes perfect theological sense.
Also shorter people would be more prone to being atheistic due to the increased distance.
So if you ever are commissioned with the task of designing a ecclesiastical bishop/pontiff ensure you include a very silly tall hat into your design. That will increase the head height and assume a greater propensity to catch theological waves.
Ok, you are right. I will never learn to read for comprehension. I saw it now thanks. As to the question of royalties, I don't believe any such deal was discussed at the time ;) But I do appreciate a great job, and it certainly augments my profile here and there. Thanks! It's such an excellent job I may even consider commissioning you for another! ;)
I've had a good week to - far to much time spent on this website and not nearly enough fresh air lol. Planning a trip soon, a friends parents own a cattle property out west & she thought spending a couple of weeks there might be good for me *grin* I just have this image of me in my skirts, all in black with a parasol sort of going shoo, shoo to the cows lol.
But in all seriousness I think I'll do it - a couple of weeks labouring on a property will be good exercise - and help clear the mind :)
btw - when did Raleigh, North Carolina get moved to Turkey? lol.
Hi Maggie, hope your day has improved over the last one I was reading about - Jez what a nightmare - sounded like the sort of luck I get lol. Thanks for the nice comments *blush* Here's another picture for you :) Love, Michaela xox