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    Nashville, Tennessee
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    History, Anthropology, Fortean phenomena, Lovecraftian fiction
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    I am a library assistant at Vanderbilt University. Have been agnostic for several years now.

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  1. Wow! That is some major gobbledegook! Impressive! Well, maybe not so much.....
  2. Hey, welcome aboard! I hope that you can disengage from your former faith as smoothly as possible. Life does improve after you have made your transition.
  3. Let's see -- I swear more, I drink, I have weird deviant sexual fantasies, I go on long bouts of rapin' an' pillagin'.... So, No! Nuthin's changed. Seriously, though -- I did the odd sexual stuff since I hit puberty. I swore a lot during high school, then stopped fer decades. Started back with cussin' when I left the church. No lightning bolts so far! I started drinking -- not too much, never been "drunk" -- after I stopped church. The weird paraphiliac desires have always been with me. I have always realized that I can't just go out and do whate
  4. You really need to stop worrying about "saving" anybody. Just do your best to live your own life, free of hindrances, especially religious ones. You can still pall around with family if you want, but you probably shouldn't do it too often.
  5. Hell, we are all in need of more "chuckle-worthy" moments, fer sure!
  6. I got a good chuckle out of it! Very stoopid.....
  7. Yeah, that's my take on the holiday, as well. Christmas is a big, expansive holiday -- people can make is as religious or as nonreligious as they like!
  8. Yeah, I had been reading that type of material since the early 1970s, but it wasn't until much later that I started palling around with people with New Age type tendencies. An interesting crowd, and likeable, but generally not very critical. Too eager to accept bullshit!
  9. Interesting! I was once a member of IONS, about twenty years ago, and would attend local meetings. I was going through a "New Age" phase at the time.
  10. I think that it is just hard for some people, especially religious conservatives, to fully comprehend that some people, even people they know pretty well, just don't have the same beliefs as they do. Even after you have told them repeatedly! Thick skulls, an' all that....
  11. Well, thanks to the doctors, my aunt is now better. If my religious relatives want to think that god helped out, then I'm fine with that. I just know that if she were not getting better, there is no way in hell that they would blame their deity for it. "Hey, he works in mysterious ways, he needs her in heaven, or sumthin like that." But, hey! I'm glad that the operation went well. Hooray!
  12. Well, I have been asked to pray for a family member. The person asking knows that I'm not a believer. I just said, "Sure, I will send some good vibes her way!" Does any one else on the board ever have this experience? Just wondering.....
  13. I can't remember if he has been mentioned in this thread, but the late author Zecharia Sitchin also wrote on this topic. He has a truly fascinating take on "ancient astronauts", and was a prolific writer. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zecharia_Sitchin Be sure to check him out! I don't necessarily believe all that he wrote, but the topic is very interesting.
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