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Tsathoggua9

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About Tsathoggua9

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

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  • Still have any Gods? If so, who or what?
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  1. My advice is to drop him. It may be painful at first, but it will be easier to do this under your current situation than if you two were actually married.
  2. These people are batshit insane with their irrational hatred! Dangerous critters......
  3. You can think of creation as a ill-conceived science experiment by a brain-damaged celestial toddler. That might help.
  4. Hey, welcome aboard!
  5. I left the Church of Christ, as well. I am in my late 50s, still pal around with relatives a bit -- some of them are pretty "churched up", but we can generally have a good time if we avoid religious topics. I have a good friend at work that I go to lunch with on weekdays. I get together with another friend from childhood every few months. Plus, i communicate with several "internet friends" from time to time. That pretty much satisfies my need for socializing! If you feel a need to reach out, try to find like-minded people on the interwebs! Ya never know -- some of them may be within driving distance....
  6. Hey, weird, wild stuff, man! Glad ya got the hell outta Dodge.
  7. Oh yeah, I thought that the "Tower of Babel" story was pretty fishy, even when I was a wee lad. Oddly entertaining as a "just-so" story about the origins of language, but it exposes the so-called "lord of creation" as a paranoid, petty little twit, doesn't it?
  8. Your "preacher and the witches" story is amazing! What utter craziness! It takes a special type of person to come up with that type of brazen lie. I wonder what he was thinking?
  9. I agree! Firing seems a bit extreme. Just holding his views up to ridicule is fine.
  10. I remember chapel talks at David Lipscomb high school and college where the speaker basically eviscerated an entire religion within fifteen minutes. Not much respect for differing views, for sure!
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