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Planet of the Women

Started this discussion. Last reply by The Flying Atheist Jul 29. 5 Replies

http://www.dnaindia.com/lifestyle/report-planet-of-the-women-1700432"A new book by a leading geneticist foresees a sexless new world where two women can have a child…Continue

A Most Disturbing Book

Started this discussion. Last reply by Freethinker31 Jul 24. 4 Replies

I spend a great deal of time in the car, and I pass the time with audio books. I’ve finished hundreds of them over the last few years, and I vary the material to cover a wide variety of biographies, non-fiction, educational, historical and fiction.…Continue

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U.S. sues N.Y. company that workers say made them pray, say 'I love you'

Started this discussion. Last reply by Luara Jun 12. 6 Replies

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal agency sued a New York customer service provider on Wednesday after allegations the company forced employees to pray, thank God for their jobs and say "I love you" to managers and colleagues at work, and fired those…Continue

The Death of Expertise

Started this discussion. Last reply by k.h. ky Jan 25. 8 Replies

An article was posted on another site I frequent, where I'm the only vocal atheist on that site. In reading it, I couldn't help but think about organized religion, and how many people claim to be religious, even though their occupation involves many…Continue

About DPL ... don't worry if that sounds foreign, it's an acronym I made up

Started this discussion. Last reply by booklover Mar 28, 2013. 4 Replies

I think it is important to consider that religiosity, similar to human sexuality, is a function of two variables – genetics and religious environment. I have a theory regarding a human genetic “potential” for accepting the god concept, which in turn…Continue

Hmmm - Has anyone here noticed ...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joan Denoo Mar 4, 2013. 11 Replies

I used to participate in another very popular forum, which I no longer care to join in anymore for various reasons, mainly because they changed their format to something hideous and tiresome to deal with.  Apparently I'm not the only one, because I…Continue

The ultimate cherry picker

Started this discussion. Last reply by Future Feb 1, 2013. 7 Replies

  A while back, I was engaged in heated on-line conversation with a theist who…Continue

The house that Evangelicals built

Started this discussion. Last reply by Future Jan 19, 2013. 4 Replies


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The bias where religions begin from

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jonathan Chang Mar 6, 2013. 20 Replies

One of the ways in which we can tell that a religion is not sincere about a true…Continue


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Future replied to Luara's discussion Nonbeliever's equivalent of wearing a cross
"Ironic, considering that it sounds like you are allergic to anything with a tail."
21 hours ago
Future replied to Luara's discussion Nonbeliever's equivalent of wearing a cross
"I would laugh at that too. I love the fish with feet symbol too. Once, I was on a walk with my lady, and we passed a house that had the Jesus fish symbol inlaid into a hill in their front yard next to the sidewalk. It was about 20 feet long, made…"
Future replied to Bertold Brautigan's discussion FEAR NOT, THE IRS ISN’T COLLUDING WITH ANGRY ATHEISTS
"I guess when you object to an arm of government not policing their own reasonable policies to the benefit of one group, you are "angry" and "radical"."
Future replied to Luara's discussion Nonbeliever's equivalent of wearing a cross
"Oh, I thought maybe you were an I beam living between two eggs. I like your explanation much better. :)"
Future replied to Luara's discussion Nonbeliever's equivalent of wearing a cross
"Reminds me of a moment of genius I had once at a Memorial Day party. A friend brought their new baby, and there were appetizers including Bugles and that cheese that squirts out of a can ... which also doubles as a harmless adhesive. You can figure…"
Future replied to Luara's discussion Nonbeliever's equivalent of wearing a cross
"I think religionists would prefer it if we just wore a pair of pointy horns, as to be easily identified."
Future replied to James M. Martin's discussion Fox News Announces Choice of Mascot for Advertising Purposes, Proving Fair & Balanced After All
"I wish all their contributors were as vocal as Teller."
Future replied to roland707's discussion Are known atheists more likely to be convicted of violent crimes?
"Being an atheist is so unrelated to one's potential for violence and criminal behavior. People force that connection based on the records of infamous atheists like Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot. Of course they is an enormous historical record of…"
Future replied to Luara's discussion Price increase without notice
"This is the real root of the healthcare problem in the US. The profit motive is carte blanche for providers to jack patients without having to answer to anyone."
Future liked Sentient Biped's discussion More than 30,000 Nexus members. Where are they?
Future commented on Deidre32's blog post The Problem of Miracles
"Was it a miracle that young Hitler was spared by a British soldier, because the Brit couldn't bring himself to shoot a wounded man? Or does that fall under "god works in mysterious…"
Future replied to The Flying Atheist's discussion New Video on the A|N Homepage
"What - no atomic wedgie?"
Future replied to Morgan West's discussion Most ignorant comments about religion
"The point is that if the bible were a text book, it would read something like "Holy Bible - Rev. 5,674,932". Does it still need to be revised? No, it needs to be shit canned altogether."
Aug 24
Future replied to Sentient Biped's discussion Will Westoboro Baptist Church Picket in Iraq?
"Win win!"
Aug 23
Future replied to Christine's discussion Reformed catholic church
"Reformed? Does that mean that they used to rape alter boys, but now they are in recovery?"
Aug 22
Future replied to Sentient Biped's discussion Flying Spaghetti Monster invades heaven.
"Awesome. That belongs on Saturday morning cartoons."
Aug 22

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At 7:33am on February 16, 2014, Randall Smith said…
I doubt if I ever reread Anna, but I might try War and Peace again, although after reading the bio of Tolstoy, I'm thinking not. Both are rather tedious and could using considerable editing!
At 7:26am on March 9, 2013, Randall Smith said…

I've used Craigslist, but don't feel comfortable with it for some reason. Guess I like to actually see and touch something before buying it. I even tried to sell my truck on CL. (No takers--I live out in the boondocks.)

At 7:28am on March 1, 2013, Randall Smith said…

Regarding your comment left on my "newspaper demise" post: despite early failed attempts to get the local news off the internet, for some reason, I now  have full access. Perusing the headlines, my original suspicions are confirmed--the printed version is a waste of paper and money (mine). Free is good!

At 11:03am on February 19, 2013, Steph S. said…

Hey Future! How are you today? I wanted to thank you for replying to my discussion. I appreciate your thoughts.

Well, wish you the best.


At 7:55am on January 11, 2013, Randall Smith said…

I liked it (your poem)! 

At 8:48am on December 19, 2012, Loren Miller said…

As to "Alonzo Archimedes Future," I refer you to Gregory Peck's opus, Capt. Newman, MD, which featured Eddie Albert as the above-mentioned Mr. Future, though Albert's character was more conventionally known as Army Col. Norval Algate Bliss.

An odd flick here and there, but worth your time.

At 8:09am on December 13, 2012, Randall Smith said…

Your comments on my post are much appreciated. I've decided I'm not going to jump into the deep end of philosophical analysis of  the subject(s). "Shallow Hal" is my mantra!

At 8:57am on December 8, 2012, Sentient Biped said…

Vogon Poem Generator.  Make sure your hands are tied when using, so you don't bite off your fingers.

At 2:27pm on December 5, 2012, Sentient Biped said…

Thanks for your offer of friendship!  Welcome to Nexus!

At 4:59pm on November 28, 2012, Dr. Terence Meaden said…

Hi Future
Welcome to this world of rationality and peace, where the application of pure common sense has proved to be enough to lead to the open freethinking wisdom common to non-believers.
We invite you to join the busy group "ORIGINS: Universe, Astronomy, Life, Earth, Humans, Religion, Gods, Atheism, Evolution, Darwin..." with 700 discussion topics and 3600+ members.


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