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Evidence For The Resurrection Of Jesus

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Kaimana commented on Andreas Nicklasson's group Godless Gamers
"Anyone play DotA 2? Seems like this group is pretty much entirely MMOs."
Oct 4, 2012
Kaimana commented on Andreas Nicklasson's group Godless Gamers
"I pre-ordered the DIII collector's edition, but did so after Amazon was offering release day shipping. So it's going to be a rough 3-5 days after release while I wait for my copy to get here. I thought I'd have at least something to…"
May 12, 2012
Kaimana commented on Andreas Nicklasson's group Godless Gamers
"I don't have high hopes for the direction they've been going after ME1, and I'm definitely done with anything EA or Bioware."
Jan 30, 2012
Kaimana commented on Andreas Nicklasson's group Godless Gamers
"Demon/Dark Souls is hard in a "if you make any mistake in combat you die" kind of way. Also, the other level of pure frustration comes from the fact that if you die, you start the entire level over. So it's really an artificial…"
Jan 9, 2012
Kaimana commented on Andreas Nicklasson's group Godless Gamers
"I would disagree with literally everything. SW:TOR is an incredibly disappointing game. Another terrible, generic MMORPG clone with a Star Wars skin. Story is terrible, combat is abysmal, EA doesn't deserve money, and the game isn't worth…"
Jan 8, 2012
Kaimana replied to Shane Starr's discussion Tribes: Ascend in the group Godless Gamers
"It's much, much better now that hitscan was removed for the guns where it was a problem and replaced with projectile. The classes are still fairly stupid, but it has a chance to be decent now that devs listened about how bad hitscan was for the…"
Jan 4, 2012
Kaimana commented on Armen Martirosyan's group Godless of Hawaii
"I actually have Collision downloaded, but I'm on the wrong island and all. It's really not that great. I've heard these two argue before enough. Doug Wilson doesn't really have much interesting to say, even as far as Christian…"
Mar 19, 2010
Kaimana commented on Ted E Bear's group British Columbia Atheists
"I'm very likely transferring to UBC in September, so I'll be joining the ranks of Vancouver atheists. Would be nice to at least know a couple people before going there."
Feb 27, 2010
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Kaimana commented on Andreas Nicklasson's group Godless Gamers
"Well, I suppose I could actually post in this group once in a while. I've been playing S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat all weekend and so far this week. It's a nice break from the shitty FPSes that seem to be proliferating lately like MW2.…"
Feb 24, 2010
Kaimana replied to Louis's discussion Has Christmas been secularized?
"I hope so, because I fucking love Christmas for absolutely no reasonable reason."
Nov 13, 2009
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Oct 20, 2009
Kaimana replied to Greg Adams's discussion Jesus references in "Whip It"?
"Well, it is based on a novel, and the screenplay was written by the same author, so it's very possible that the references came from her, and not Barrymore."
Oct 19, 2009
Kaimana replied to function's discussion Most awaited games of 2009 in the group Godless Gamers
"Anyone have Risen yet? From what I can see and have heard, the 360 version is such an ugly, terrible port it's not even worth it. But the PC version sounds great. If you liked the Gothic games, this is apparently a lot like the first."
Oct 2, 2009
Kaimana replied to Louis Davout's discussion Movies and TV shows ruined by belief.
"Knowing was a fairly good movie for the first 45 minutes or so. I'm not sure if it was just a shitty movie after that, or if god screwed it up, but I'm going to blame god."
Sep 30, 2009

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The Stanky Legg

Posted on August 18, 2009 at 5:54pm 1 Comment

For a while I got really into reviewing the worst music I could possibly find. I felt like putting some of them up somewhere, so some parts of this review refer to other reviews or songs, but just understand, it IS part of a (short) series.



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The Stanky Legg ~ G-Spot Boyz



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNW7QdM2Kw8 - Official Video

http://www.metrolyrics.com/stanky-legg-lyrics-gspot-boyz.html -… Continue

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At 6:51am on April 22, 2010, John Jubinsky said…
Hi Kaimana! Have a very happy birthday. (Cute kid!)
At 2:51pm on August 18, 2009, Meg said…
There's certainly some interesting secular history, but it's fairly intertwined. It's also not that long of a history, and pretty repetitive until white people show up and take over. And from there it's mostly like every other story of American imperialism.

It's interesting that the secular history is intertwined with the not-so-secular superstitious side of the history. How is the atheist population of Hawaii fairly large if those two are intertwined? I'm curious : ) Ugh...American imperialism....you should watch District 9. That is an excellent representation of America's exploitation of other cultures/lands.
At 6:31pm on August 17, 2009, Meg said…
Man...I can't imagine living in such a culture. People actually consider the superstitions to be true? I think that is actually pretty frightening.

Hopefully you learn the secular portions of Hawaiian history as well, yes?
At 4:59pm on August 17, 2009, Meg said…
WOW. Oh my gosh! I don't think I have ever heard such an extensive collection of detailed myths/superstitions like that! So you have to learn these for tests? You seem to have quite a bit of knowledge on the topic!
At 4:52pm on August 15, 2009, Meg said…
I'm glad you enjoy my asides. And Hawaii is very non-atheist. Hawaii got very much converted by white people to Christianity when it was taken over, so it's pretty damn prevalent. Also, it's generally pretty poor, with pretty public education, which tends to produce a lot of theism. Also, you get a lot of superstition based on Hawaiian legends.

Haha, I do indeed. Oh good grief...leave it to the white people to convert large amounts of people to Christianity. I think you brought up a good point when you noted that public education "tends to produce a lot of theism." Unfortunately, the contiguous states suffer the same difficulties. What kinds of Hawaiian legends spark superstition?
At 3:45pm on August 15, 2009, Meg said…
I am a fan of your "parenthetical asides" :-P Haha. Is atheism in Hawaii a rarity, or is the population of atheists in Hawaii higher than that of the contiguous states? Not sure if you know for certain, but what is your best guess?
At 1:01am on August 15, 2009, Susan Thomason said…
My son is working on going from a LPN to a RN in Nashville, and I'm a Medical Technologist in the lab. -- saw your comment on the med group. Lot of Studing going on these day I take it. You can make it through it but it takes alot of self determinanation. Good luck
At 9:38am on August 10, 2009, Calvin said…
Howzit Kaimana, welcome to AN and to our little group of island heathens. I know what you mean, sometimes you feel like you’re the only non-believer out there. I felt like that for years, but then when I was checking out some music videos on YouTube and found the atheist community there. Wow! There seems to be a lot more atheists on YouTube then there are fundees, too cool… The atheist community on YouTube told me about this place, so now I have a lot more people to talk story with, so hang in there guy... You're defiantly not alone. A Hui Hou
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At 3:39pm on August 9, 2009, Little Name Atheist said…
Aloha! You might be interested in Godless of Hawaii.
 
 
 

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