Melody A. Rogers
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  • Waxhaw, NC
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Stormi C. replied to Melody A. Rogers's discussion Hello, my name is... in the group Young Atheists
"Hi my name is Stormi. That's my real name and I get asked that a lot. I'm from Springfield, TN but originally from Pensacola, FL. I am a drummer and hopefully soon getting guitar lessons. Music is my life. I'm an atheist because,…"
Oct 29, 2012
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Apr 27, 2011
Melody A. Rogers commented on Sage Hitek's group North Carolina Atheists
"Oh that sounds like a good plan, thank you Neil. @Carol: I know atheism is not a religion but symbolic jewelry isn't always, or even mostly, religious."
Jan 16, 2011
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Dec 12, 2010
Melody A. Rogers replied to Skycomet the Fallen Angel's discussion "Why No Woman Should Ever Be Christian"
"Oh my... very good point. Ugh, there is so much to fuel the hatred of theists, and whoever wrote that damn book"
Nov 18, 2010
Joseph P replied to Melody A. Rogers's discussion Republicans: a southern thing or a religious/Christian thing? in the group North Carolina Atheists
"Yeah, I think I've got decent posture, at least. I'm always conscious about pulling my shoulders back and such, until it's pretty much automatic, now. I was in marching band, too, so I've got a decent stride."
Nov 17, 2010
Joseph P replied to Melody A. Rogers's discussion Republicans: a southern thing or a religious/Christian thing? in the group North Carolina Atheists
"Yeah, I can see the stage makeup thing. You have to severely overdo everything to make the effects visible from a long distance away. And yeah, styles change massively, over the course of 100 years. The part of it that you like could be the less…"
Nov 15, 2010
Joseph P replied to Melody A. Rogers's discussion Republicans: a southern thing or a religious/Christian thing? in the group North Carolina Atheists
"Well, I have the feeling that it was my father who drove the decision to let me ditch it. My mother is a bit more of a religious nut. She's not particularly fundamentalist, but she's pretty religious. She completely refuses to even think…"
Nov 15, 2010

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At 6:19pm on May 15, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…
Greetings, Marie! I had a cat that started going for my jugular, which might count as "evil cat." I took him to a distant shelter because it had a reputation for placing difficult animals. They put him right down. Not suggesting you do the same, but life is too short for evil family members. I'd like to invite you to a group where we talk about anything on our minds, Hang With Friends. :D
At 2:07pm on November 14, 2010, Myke Sorrel said…
Wow your page is amazing, love the art you shared, saved it.
At 12:06pm on November 11, 2010, Joseph P said…
I'm working on it, yeah. I've got one book about half written and another ... maybe a quarter of the way written, but it's hard to tell, since it's in chunks, rather than a continuous manuscript. I've written a scene here and a scene there, but I haven't linked them at all.

I haven't been working on the novels as much lately, either. I've been focusing more on the standup comedy ... which is actually somewhat like writing short stories, the way I do it. I don't write individual jokes, but cohesive, 5 to 10 minute segments, many of which are story-based. I'm just working on memorizing the damned material, now.

Right there with you, on the time constraints. For me, it's work and random distractions. For you, there's school, and I imagine worrying about college coming up, huh? If you're a junior or senior, that's got to be looming a bit.

With the sitting thing, I find it helps to drag my laptop out somewhere in public. For me, it's more about minimizing distractions, but you may find that the additional stimulus of the people around you, say at a B&N cafe or coffee shop or something, fills your fidget requirement.

Also, you'd be surprised how much even personal poetry can resonate with other people. There are a lot of strong themes within personal experience, which other people will have been through. The details differ, but there are similar underliers.
At 9:11pm on November 7, 2010, Jim Deal said…
I know one agnostic couple in Waxhaw.
At 4:04pm on November 7, 2010, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Welcome to this friendly community of freethinkers who see that god is fiction and religion is nothing but a fraud used to control vulnerable people, often starting with defenceless children.

Terry Meaden
We invite you to join the busy group "ORIGINS: Universe, Life, Earth, Humans, Religion, Atheism, Evolution, Darwin..." with over 2000 members and almost 350 discussion topics.
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At 9:55am on November 7, 2010, Joseph P said…
Oooooooh, sparkly. :-D

What sort of writing do you do?
At 1:11am on November 7, 2010, Atheist Princess said…
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