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Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)

The Freedom From Religion Foundation, based in Madison, Wis., is a national association of freethinkers (atheists, agnostics) that has been working since 1978 to keep church and state separate.See More
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Joan Denoo commented on FFRF's group Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)
"Felaine, like your to Quack! We do need quack buttons.  Galen, Yes! "More skeptics; one less god, many less quacks!""
Feb 25
Joan Denoo commented on FFRF's group Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)
"Patricia, I think the book I read was "Eat Right 4 Your Type" by the same author.  I never did us it as a guide. Dr. Cox sent to a different dietician, and she worked with me and came up with a satisfactory solution.  Tim, we…"
Feb 25
Galen Thurber commented on FFRF's group Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)
"thank you Tim for the great points. Atheists need to be challenged into becoming skeptics; one less god, many less quacks"
Feb 24
sk8eycat commented on FFRF's group Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)
Feb 23
Tim Otheus commented on FFRF's group Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)
"Any diet that consists of fewer calories going in than you are burning off will cause weight loss.  Some people find one or another such diet to be easier to adhere to, probably having to do with their food preferences.  BUT Atkins, Zone,…"
Feb 23
Visvakarman Svetasvatara-Upanish commented on FFRF's group Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)
"As strange as this is going to sound, a lady I met in a park bathroom told me about FFRF, and I had to check it out. "
Feb 23
Visvakarman Svetasvatara-Upanish joined FFRF's group
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Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)

The Freedom From Religion Foundation, based in Madison, Wis., is a national association of freethinkers (atheists, agnostics) that has been working since 1978 to keep church and state separate.See More
Feb 23
Patricia commented on FFRF's group Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)
"Is this it? The Blood Type Diet, created by naturopath Peter J. D'Adamo. "
Feb 23
Joan Denoo commented on FFRF's group Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)
"Randy, I went on the Atkins diet on the advice of a dietician. I was very faithful to it. Learned how to be disciplines as I weighed out food and became familiar with the amounts. Stuff like that. I got very sick, blood tests revealed a whole lot of…"
Feb 23
Chris Brockman commented on FFRF's group Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)
"Writing a book suggesting things for young people to think about is a precarious assignment.  Using philosophy as a framework might seem to make it even more problematic.  I think, however, and it took me a long time to figure it out, that…"
Feb 23
Randall Smith commented on FFRF's group Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)
"Tim, I wouldn't call the Atkins diet a "quack". I used to think that, but no more, once I investigated and used it. But, that's not the point of my original comment. Chris, I'll check out your book. Thanks."
Feb 23
Joan Denoo commented on FFRF's group Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)
"Chris Brockman , I just downloaded your book and look forward to reading it. A quick glance through it seems to contain the kinds of questions some young people ponder. Thanks for writing this. "
Feb 22
David Ockert liked FFRF's group Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)
Feb 22
Tim Otheus commented on FFRF's group Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)
"Some atheists have other beliefs that need to be challenged, esp health-related delusions.  I have met atheists who are anti-vaxxers, believe that AIDS was created by the CIA, and the stories of promoters of quack diets like Sears, Atkins…"
Feb 22

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At 9:18pm on April 20, 2011, Ken said…
Hello and welcome to the Nexus.  We are happy to have you join us.  I am a proud supporter of FRFF.
At 8:38pm on April 20, 2011, Brent Feeney said…
Great to see the FFRF here!! =D  Hope everyone up in Madison's doing well!
 
 
 

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