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Prog Rock Girl replied to D'Holbach's discussion Talking about childlessness in public in the group The Childless and Godless
"Parents are mostly way too defensive about this. One friend claimed that she was supportive of me not having kids, but eventually accused me of hating her children b/c I was asking her about the health effects of pregnancy, etc. Come to think of it,…"
Dec 16, 2009
Prog Rock Girl replied to D'Holbach's discussion Talking about childlessness in public in the group The Childless and Godless
"Getting to the age where a good portion of my friends have kids, I realized that both adults and kids get in the way of each other's fun. Adults tell kids to stop doing this and that, but meanwhile kids keep them from having the wild parties…"
Dec 16, 2009
D'Holbach replied to D'Holbach's discussion Talking about childlessness in public in the group The Childless and Godless
"I agree! Their cognitive dissonance must feel awful, however."
Nov 19, 2009
Andrew replied to D'Holbach's discussion Talking about childlessness in public in the group The Childless and Godless
""what can they do about it now, after all?" Heh, maybe part of them agrees with you, and the last thing they want is to have it brought to their attention that not having children was an option!"
Nov 19, 2009
D'Holbach replied to Dawn K's discussion Where to start - Philosophy education
"Hi Dawn, I'm glad that my suggestions proved useful (though Nate is right, of course, that nobody's advice is gospel!). I thoroughly enjoy being a part of this community. I learn a great deal every time I sign on."
Aug 22, 2009
D'Holbach replied to Dawn K's discussion Where to start - Philosophy education
"Thomas, I find philosophical discussions fascinating; I find urination contests tedious. You seem to me more interested in the latter than in the former. No one on this thread was recommending that Dawn go back and dive straight into Kant—God…"
Aug 22, 2009
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Aug 13, 2009
A Former Member replied to D'Holbach's discussion What did Shakespeare think of religion? in the group LOVERS OF SHAKESPEARE
"I have about 15 of them memorized, just for my own enjoyment."
Aug 12, 2009
Jaume replied to D'Holbach's discussion What did Shakespeare think of religion? in the group LOVERS OF SHAKESPEARE
"Huxley is obviously an expert on Shakespeare. It's Huxley who introduced me to Shakespeare's sonnets. Point Counter Point partially quotes sonnet CXXX ("My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun..."), which is still the…"
Aug 12, 2009
D'Holbach replied to D'Holbach's discussion What did Shakespeare think of religion? in the group LOVERS OF SHAKESPEARE
"Another compelling reading--thank you for the post."
Aug 12, 2009
Ralph Dumain replied to D'Holbach's discussion What did Shakespeare think of religion? in the group LOVERS OF SHAKESPEARE
"I can't respond to this question, but here's what Shaw had to say about the matter: I read Dickens and Shakespear without shame or stint; but their pregnant observations and demonstrations of life are not co-ordinated into any philosophy…"
Aug 12, 2009
D'Holbach replied to D'Holbach's discussion What did Shakespeare think of religion? in the group LOVERS OF SHAKESPEARE
"There's some speculation that Shakespeare was Catholic because his father had been Catholic. In addition, ghosts suggest the existence of Purgatory or "Limbo," which only Catholics believed in."
Aug 12, 2009
A Former Member replied to D'Holbach's discussion What did Shakespeare think of religion? in the group LOVERS OF SHAKESPEARE
"It seems to me that in the book about him, Will in the World, of which I listened to about a third of on CD, the author says he was more than likely a Catholic, though I don't remember now the reasons given."
Aug 12, 2009
D'Holbach replied to D'Holbach's discussion What did Shakespeare think of religion? in the group LOVERS OF SHAKESPEARE
"Thanks for the link--Huxley's "take" on Shakespeare's religion is measured and convincing."
Aug 11, 2009
A Former Member replied to D'Holbach's discussion What did Shakespeare think of religion? in the group Lovers of Shakespeare
"Thanks for those links Ashton. I can't check them out at the moment, but I'll flag this comment and get back to it when I can."
Aug 8, 2009

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At 6:10pm on January 3, 2010, A Former Member said…
Well, I'm just glad that you are doing okay, and that you're still here with us on A|N. I understand the busy part, so no pressure. Just wanted to make sure you were still with us.
At 6:47pm on January 2, 2010, A Former Member said…
Long time, no see. Hope all is well. Happy New Year!
At 6:47am on September 2, 2009, Lisa French said…
Hi, thanks. I either want to do a biology phd, or some sort of science communication job. However with the job market at the moment, I will probably have to take whatever I can get! I see you like Radiohead, I saw them on Sunday at Reading Festival. They were by far the best band there!
At 4:40pm on September 1, 2009, Samia said…
C'est vrai. Et heureusement je vois que vos journalistes le disent! En revenant de mes vacances, j'ai un tout petit peu l'impression que le debat se calme. C'est peut-être une illusion, c'est peut-être insuffisant, mais vu de ce côté de l'Atlantique c'est un tout petit peu rassurant...
At 7:08am on August 25, 2009, Empathy said…
Indian food rocks! Unfortunately I haven't found an Indian restaurant I really like here in Lincoln, and I've tried a few. Also, there must be even less stop signs in Kearney, because quite a few are missing here in Lincoln too! My husband and I could not believe it actually, when we moved here, that entire streets on residential neighborhoods had no stop signs in either direction. We drove without stopping for about a month before we caught on! Thanks for your nice welcome... where do you live now?
At 9:30am on August 24, 2009, Sumira said…
Thank you! Unfortunately I'm not much of a city person... prefer peace and quiet. But I have found and few fun spots and there certainly are great museums here of which I'm a huge fan. The weather kills me though!
At 2:48am on August 15, 2009, Ammer said…
Thanks, proud to be a part of this community!
At 4:35pm on August 14, 2009, Samia said…
Oui, ça a effectivement l'air d'être très difficile, les projets de réforme du système de santé d'Obama. Il y a tellement de niveaux différents! Et avec toute la désinformation, il semble que ce soit difficile d'avoir une discussion sensée sur les vrais enjeux.
En Europe, dans chaque pays les gens râlent sur leur système de santé, parce qu'aucun n'est parfait. Mais au fond on est très contents de l'avoir, et personne ne voudrait avoir le vôtre à la place. J'espère beaucoup pour vous que ce sera possible de le réformer...

Ici aussi, les professeurs dans les sciences humaines travaillent beaucoup seuls. Mais c'est vrai, j'ai de la chance. Je travaille dans une faculté de médecine, où on a plus l'habitude de travailler en équipe et du coup les bioéthiciens aussi travaillent en équipe. C'est très stimulant. Et quand en plus les gens sont sympa...
At 1:03pm on August 14, 2009, A Former Member said…
Thanks for joining CONSUMER ETHICS.
At 2:12pm on August 11, 2009, Lila Mezzomo Rodrigues said…
Thank you!
 
 
 

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