Spud, how are things going for you? Are you into the hard physical labor yet in the garden or are you still able to sit and watch the soil thaw?
I forgot, do you have pets of your own? I remember you had visiting pets, as do I.
Hope you are feeling well, with no unexpected aches and pains.
6 hours ago
I'm not much of a party animal, Joan. My wife and I make our own fun for the large part.I got with FFRF and the Northern Ohio Freethought Society (NOFS) because I wanted to do more with my atheism than I could just here on Atheist Nexus. So far, the experience has been pretty good, and I'll be curious to see what comes down in the future.Worthy of note, too: David Silverman is talking about 2016 being the year of Reason Rally 2!!!
I'm not into parties, either. I like the idea of you becoming more active with your atheism. We need every effort that can happen. Do you have any ideas of how you will do that? You write powerfully, and I suspect you are a powerful speaker. I have a hunch you would be good with a college age group. You talk collegeze.
Also, you have enough memory to be able to take on any challengers and do them one better. I love that about you.
Reason Rally 2!!!!!!!!
I wonder where they consider holding it.
When Silverman held American Atheists conference in Salt Lake City, I didn't like the idea at first. However, articles and videos revealed it to be a most interesting place to have serious discussions with believers, as well as debates and presentations. Getting into the middle of a hornet's nest offers some risks, as well as some surprising benefits. Remember the discussion panel with Mormons and atheists discussing differences and similarities and challenges?
I wonder how the numbers were for membership in American Atheists. I'll find out.
That being the case, the deepest bible belt would be the identified hornet's nest.