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Comment by Louis Davout on October 26, 2009 at 6:29pm
I can now be a member of this. [sarcasm]Oh giddy up![/sarcasm]
Comment by Rick on October 13, 2009 at 6:35am
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Comment by Mike Hein on October 9, 2009 at 11:34pm
I feel welcomed. ;)
Comment by HotMess on October 9, 2009 at 10:06pm
Hi All!
I just wanted to make sure that all new members are welcomed and those of you who are livening this place up are heartily thanked!
It's good to see that we are finding each other!
Comment by Ronin on October 9, 2009 at 12:10am
Hi Bill. Sorry about your Dad. The best you can do is remember the good times. My grandmother succumbed to alzheimers and it was pretty painful to see the look in my mother's eyes whenever we visited "Gushie". These days it's my Dad. A couple of years ago he called and demanded to talk to Pat. I thought he meant my wife so I handed the phone to her. She said hello to which he responded "Why the hell are you in this phone, Put Pat on". My wife handed the phone back to me and I asked him what was the problem. He asked me why I called him and where was Pat. He then cursed and hung up. He's in a nice facility now, by my sister's house and though she sees him fairly regularly he barely remembers me or my wife and son. So when I think about him I try to remember the 'good old days', kind of like he's died. BTW, my Mom's been gone almost 8 years now so she doesn't have to see him like this.
Comment by Glenn Sogge on October 6, 2009 at 11:04am
I've now added source information to the blog post that makes it easier to understand, I think. Thanks, Jean Marie.
Comment by Glenn Sogge on October 6, 2009 at 12:34am
It's to the sequence (chronologically accurate, I believe) of some of the most important (IMHO) documents or fragments in the shaping of our civilization. I think words are important and seeing the words in a new way can sometimes teach us new things. The size of the word in each image is directly related to the number of times it is used in the document. I find the inverse relation between religion words and socio-political words over time encouraging. You should be able to identify the documents from the image names/links.
Comment by Glenn Sogge on October 5, 2009 at 8:29pm
Since we're the folks who remember a little history ... I've posted something on my blog that I would be interested in reactions to: http://glennsogge.blogspot.com/2009/10/gist-of-matter.html is the specific post. Comments there, here or on my page are appreciated.
Comment by Glenn Sogge on October 5, 2009 at 2:33am
Atheist since about 13-14 so that makes it about 45 years. I've never really been 'not out' -- never had a reason to make it a big deal. But it's never been hidden, just usually irrelevant.
Comment by Glenn Sogge on October 5, 2009 at 1:55am
I've been lucky, I guess. My experience hasn't exactly tracked those of others here. I haven't been around my family other than yearly visits for many years so maybe that helped. But, being atheist has never been a big deal. If friends weren't told they probably guessed. Lately, though, I've been revisiting my life -- I guess I have as hard time dealing with the same issues now as I did in high school (40+ years ago.) The socio-political issues, not the personal ones. Kids are getting up and out, more time. My blog -- Old & (Not Always) In The Way -- is meant for them and anyone else who is interested. There are some atheistic specific posts mixed in with the other things -- my not-collecting-stamps hobbies and interests. I occasionally show up at Greta's place and Hemant's abode under the moniker 'FormerComposer'. I'm on Facebook, too. Give me jingle.
 

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