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Mar 12, 2013
Crispy Sea replied to John Jubinsky's discussion For Your Consideration, Use or Comment: A Logical Disproof of the Biblical God Concept in the group Unreasonable Faith
"Hell, I'm convinced! nice one dude"
Feb 28, 2010
Crispy Sea commented on Crispy Sea's blog post Atheist Day of Silence
"Loren - I am atheist because I (and everybody else) was born that way and as such I have no interest in 'making' everybody believe the same thing, my only interest is that everyone knows the truth. For me, the faithful are only faithful…"
Feb 5, 2010
Loren Miller commented on Crispy Sea's blog post Atheist Day of Silence
"Just what I said, oh thou crisp one ... for all I've seen, the theists aren't much for diversity, not in their general populations, not even in their belief sets. They don't like the GLBT community very much; they clearly don't…"
Feb 4, 2010
Sentient Biped commented on Crispy Sea's blog post Atheist Day of Silence
"I think theists would love it if all of the atheists shut up for a day. They might even encourage us to shut up permanently. I can see celebrating Drawin Day by wearing something emblematic of evolution - a fossil picture on a T-shirt, a baseball…"
Feb 4, 2010
Crispy Sea commented on Crispy Sea's blog post Atheist Day of Silence
"salve their fear of diversity Loren?"
Feb 4, 2010
Loren Miller commented on Crispy Sea's blog post Atheist Day of Silence
"I have thought about it, Crispy. There have been times when I took a day of silence because I could. I was in a circumstance where speaking wasn't absolutely necessary and it was a refreshing experience. HOWEVER, I will not keep silence when…"
Feb 4, 2010
Crispy Sea commented on Crispy Sea's blog post Atheist Day of Silence
"Think about it peeps, a whole day when every atheist refuses to speak, scientists, teachers, policemen, doctors etc. all just silent. darwin was just a suggestion, others have so far been descartes, voltaire, summer solstice"
Feb 4, 2010
Little Name Atheist commented on Crispy Sea's blog post Atheist Day of Silence
"Have we as Atheists got the collective balls to stand alone in our communities and be silent? I personally don't have balls, being born female (just like Hypatia), so it looks like I'll have to sit this one out."
Feb 4, 2010
Craig commented on Crispy Sea's blog post Atheist Day of Silence
"Ya the gays have the same thing. I refuse to shut up for what I don't believe in. That's what they want."
Feb 4, 2010
Staks Rosch commented on Crispy Sea's blog post Atheist Day of Silence
"No, I don't want to encourage the view that Darwin was the atheist Jesus especially when I consider Hypatia of Alexandria to be the atheist Jesus. Besides, we have Blasphemy Day (Sept. 30th)."
Feb 4, 2010
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Atheist Day of Silence

This is not just a thought, it's a rally call. Religions have holy days, days where the members must do, or not do, a thing, or things, to show their allegiance to their cause, which they call faith. Often these are called Faith Days. As atheists we do not have these opportunities to show our equally strong and valid No god viewpoint, or to likewise take time off work for that purpose. I propose that we, the atheist community, should collectively select a day in the year when we can show our…See More
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Atheist Day of Silence

Posted on February 4, 2010 at 7:00am 9 Comments

This is not just a thought, it's a rally call. Religions have holy days, days where the members must do, or not do, a thing, or things, to show their allegiance to their cause, which they call faith. Often these are called Faith Days. As atheists we do not have these opportunities to show our equally strong and valid No god viewpoint, or to likewise take time off work for that purpose.

I propose that we, the atheist…
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In God We Trust Lawsuit Dismissed

Posted on November 9, 2009 at 6:21pm 4 Comments

Just read a passionate post by Hemant Mehta on Friendly atheist about the dismissed “In God We Trust” Lawsuit in which he makes three significant points.
  • "I’m no lawyer… but how is that phrase not an endorsement of religion over non-religion? (Not only that, you know the phrase refers to the Christian…
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Welcome to the Douglas Adams fangroup. Looking at your page, looks like I may have some reading to do!
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