"David, I am in Summerville. There is a large and very active group in here in the Charleston area - Secular Humanists of the Lowcountry. website: www.lowcountryhumanists.org, FB: Secular Humanists of the Lowcountry, also on…"
"For those of you in Aiken, there is a Facebook group called CSRA Non-Theist Group. This link may work: http://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/CSRANT, but if it doesn't reply back or try to search for it. I don't know if they…"
"Myrtle Beach Humanists and Freethinkers started with just three people meeting for friendship & support, and now has over 60 people on their Facebook page. I say you guys get together and see what comes of it!"
"I've been attending (irregularly) the weekly Greenville Non-theists meeting in downtown Greenville. The event is Tuesday nights 7pm - 9pm at Brew and Ewe. Friendly folks, engaging conversation, excellent coffee and other fine enticements await.…"
"Well the problem with the left here in the US is they are too respectful. Conservatives aren't afraid to scream their heads off and make a spectacle of themselves, not that we should scream at everyone, but it would be nice to see a LITTLE…"
We discuss the problem of solidarity and atheism. For example we needadvices for people who lost their beliefs and want something new.We must strengthened the idea ofsocial solidarity and discuss the ancient faults of the LeftSee More
"Not sure. Because this is also a sports facility, there will be parking lots surrounding and indeed I can see very large lots on the Google Earth view. I don't know whether they are free or not.
The biggest lots are to the immediate west of…"
Isom, I’m not the official welcome wagon, but I do spend a lot of time on A|N, so I’ll take the liberty to welcome you and tell you a little about the site.
There are three ways to join in the conversations here. You can use the CHAT ROOM, or you can post a discussion in either the FORUM or in one of the GROUPS. The FORUM has different categories for posting discussions, and it is open to everyone here. To post a discussion or comment in a GROUP, you must first join that group.
There are over 500 groups so far, so just about any area of interest you can have will be represented. There are regional groups, groups for ex-Christians or ex-Muslims, and groups for pot smokers, bikers, singles, gamers, the LGBT community, and pet lovers. Groups of common interest include: music, science, writing, politics, Chomsky, Dawkins, philosophy, morality, ethics, atheist activism, cinema, human rights, memetics, sexuality, history, race & culture, gardening, vegetarianism, books, beer, propaganda, Cynicism, Objectivism, news, anime, Doctor Who, free speech, the NFL, Carl Sagan, psychology, Humanism, science fiction, horror films, gun owners, Star Trek, and much more.
You are welcome to start your own group, but I might suggest that you first check to make sure that no such group for that particular interest already exists (for example, we already have four LGBT groups).
When commenting in a group, be sure to select FOLLOW at the bottom of the screen so that you’ll be informed of follow up comments to either the discussion, or to your comments. Also, the unspoken preference on A|N for responding to the comments of another member tend to be that you copy the text to which you are referring, paste it in your comment, italicize it, and then write your response below that. That way everyone knows to whom or what you are referring. You should also activate all links or URLs you post.
Again, welcome aboard. I hope you enjoy it here, as I do.
Excuse the phrase but Holy S***, somebody else in TR. THAT is pretty funny. I'll take the tip on Poetry night. I'm laughing just thinking about it. "Hey, Poetry Night. Might be interesting.....uh....not so much." Cheers,