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General question: Left Wing Nuts, Right Wing Nuts,

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rusty Gunn. Mar 7, 2010. 10 Replies

Out of both which do you find most harmful or annoying and why? IE Tea Baggers on one side, and "Ecoterrorists" on the other.Honestly myself I find both disconcerting, as both seem lately to be hell…Continue

A hello and a question

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nicholas Whitfield Dec 8, 2009. 11 Replies

Hello all, My names I hail from the heart of fundieland in South Carolina, and have been a committed atheist for at least 6 years now, and probably was an agnostic many years before that on into my…Continue

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Rusty Gunn. replied to Nicholas Whitfield's discussion General question: Left Wing Nuts, Right Wing Nuts,
"I remember vividly the sixties and seventies when it seemed the left wing radicals were going to tear this country apart. The pendulum swings back and forth, and in time you'll get to see both sides at their worst."
Mar 7, 2010
Michelle replied to Nicholas Whitfield's discussion General question: Left Wing Nuts, Right Wing Nuts,
"The only good nuts are the edible kind. This is in no way speaking about legitimately mentally ill people, but those who seem to choose the 'nut' behavior. It all depends on where you are and what is effecting you. Of course right now in…"
Mar 7, 2010
Phil replied to Nicholas Whitfield's discussion General question: Left Wing Nuts, Right Wing Nuts,
"Just when scientific and communication breakthroughs reach the point where secularism could save the day, ignorance wins as overpopulation and environmental destruction drag billions into hopelessness again and give religion and authoritarianism a…"
Mar 7, 2010
Jason Spicer replied to Nicholas Whitfield's discussion General question: Left Wing Nuts, Right Wing Nuts,
"I more or less agree with this, though I would add that the right-wingers generally bray their nonsense a lot louder and more prominently than the left-wingers. Also, the left-wingers tend to have an actual point about things like social and…"
Mar 7, 2010
Caperton Miller replied to Nicholas Whitfield's discussion General question: Left Wing Nuts, Right Wing Nuts,
"Right wing is much scarier. At least these days. Beck and Co. have them flying planes into buildings (Austin) and trying to shoot their way into the Pentagon. Here's my overall take on the left right argument. (I'm a dye in the wool…"
Mar 7, 2010
Jason Spicer replied to Nicholas Whitfield's discussion General question: Left Wing Nuts, Right Wing Nuts,
"Very good points, and there is a strong connection between supporting religion and not supporting the social safety net. Gregory S. Paul has done some interesting research into this. Essentially, when people have a real social safety net, they no…"
Mar 6, 2010
Charles replied to Nicholas Whitfield's discussion General question: Left Wing Nuts, Right Wing Nuts,
"I'm not fond of either but I'll usally vote Democrat because the Republicans are very pro-religion and they would love to change Social Security."
Mar 6, 2010
AgeOfAtheists14 replied to Nicholas Whitfield's discussion General question: Left Wing Nuts, Right Wing Nuts,
"ah yes, the basic rights... one could say atheists are about as Constitutional a party as it gets..."
Mar 6, 2010
Garrick McElroy replied to Nicholas Whitfield's discussion General question: Left Wing Nuts, Right Wing Nuts,
"I don't think you can really pick one or the other. And, I do agree with Jason on one point, Righties do show up with guns, which scares me shitless."
Mar 5, 2010
Jason Spicer replied to Nicholas Whitfield's discussion General question: Left Wing Nuts, Right Wing Nuts,
"The right likes to talk about the vandals that break shop windows and call themselves activists. They're just vandals. But they're no more than a nuisance, because anarchists, by definition, are unorganized. The right-wing spooks me a lot…"
Mar 5, 2010
Nicholas Whitfield posted a discussion

General question: Left Wing Nuts, Right Wing Nuts,

Out of both which do you find most harmful or annoying and why? IE Tea Baggers on one side, and "Ecoterrorists" on the other.Honestly myself I find both disconcerting, as both seem lately to be hell bent on controlling our lives, or worse denying basic rights, in order to further their agendas.though lately it seems the right wing has the cake for trying to screw with peoples lives.See More
Mar 2, 2010
Nicholas Whitfield replied to Eric R.'s discussion Circumcision and genital mutilation: let's discuss.
"For you to compare female circumcision to male circumcision as equal travesties, just makes you seem just as out of touch as the those who practice it in my eyes. Both might be done for whacky religious reasons, but only one serves to punish that…"
Mar 2, 2010
Nicholas Whitfield replied to Eric R.'s discussion Circumcision and genital mutilation: let's discuss.
"Regardless of which side you on, I find it more disheartening the level of some in this discussion are portraying the other side of the opinion. Mutilation? Seriously? I dare say its just as bad as the dogmatic defense of Christian teachings in…"
Mar 2, 2010
Nicholas Whitfield replied to Christopher Peter Robinson's discussion Why are so many atheists pro-abortion-rights?
"Human life is practically worthless after its born, what does it matter if it's killed before birth?"
Feb 27, 2010
Nicholas Whitfield replied to Nicholas Whitfield's discussion A hello and a question
"Yes I would imagine being across from Maurices would be expected. However, I live up in the Greenville area, about 30 mins west to be exact in Easley, and it has been awhile since I've visted Columbia. Under better circumstances I would…"
Dec 8, 2009
LeeLah replied to Nicholas Whitfield's discussion A hello and a question
"Hello Nicholas, I was just browsing and decided to introduce myself. I have only just joined this site as well and welcome my fellow South Carolinian. I am not an original however. I would not waste any time on these people. They are out there…"
Dec 7, 2009

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At 3:12pm on May 24, 2010, John Jubinsky said…
Hi Nicholas! Have a very happy birthday.
At 8:28pm on December 2, 2009, Merelen said…
Yup. I was fortunate enough to log in on day 89. :) I've never actually played with anyone else online. Technical difficulties have always prevented it.
At 11:36pm on December 1, 2009, Merelen said…
I found you because you'd commented on something and your picture was on the right side of the screen. :) I caught it out of the corner of my eye and had to go back to investigate. My diablo assassin is getting fairly neglected. I remembered to sign in and play a bit so she doesn't get deleted, though.

Also, good to know I seem sane! Hehehe!
At 9:45am on November 30, 2009, Merelen said…
Is it less creepy that I found you by accident? :)
At 6:15pm on November 16, 2009, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Welcome to this splendid atheist site and its thousands of bright people like you who recognise that religion is fraud and gods are nothing but fictions affecting the brains of the credulous.

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"ORIGINS: Universe, Life, Earth, Humankind, Fossils, Religion, Evolution, Darwin..." with its over 220 discussion topics.

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