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At 3:05pm on July 27, 2010, LoRi.B. said…
hang for a while? That period of time sounds too short to me.
NO! Stay forever! lol lol
At 10:28pm on July 20, 2010, Derrick Theo said…
Welcome Dr.! Great to have you on our little group on the nexus. Feel free to contribute to the group.
At 5:04am on July 20, 2010, THE GRENADIAN FREETHINKER said…
Thanks for the comments Dr. Mush. You are so right. The caribbean people continues down the a path blinded by faith and fear. I was hated for my possation on religious issue in my community. I did not started questioning in my teenage years, but I am lucky to escape this religious trap as an adult. Grenada is 99.999% religious, 90% are Christians. Just imagine the pain a freethinking person must go through in such enviroment.
Glad to know another Caribbean man see through the lies.
At 2:34pm on July 19, 2010, LoRi.B. said…
Welcome to Caribbean Atheists!
At 1:53pm on July 19, 2010, Mr. Apostate said…
Welcome to Caribbean Athiests Dr., our first Kittian I believe, and our 20th member!
At 3:47pm on July 15, 2010, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Hello Dr Mush Peets. Welcome to this friendly meeting place with freethinking atheists who recognise like you that gods are fictions and religion is a huge deception aimed at controlling vulnerable superstitious people, including defenceless children; and
how tragic and inexcusable it is that women and minorities have been oppressed these last two thousand years and even longer.

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