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Randall Smith replied to Loren Miller's discussion Betty Explains Religious Freedom (Betty Bowers) in the group Hang With Friends
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Randall Smith commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"Daniel, again, I'm reduced to jealousy and envy. Why do you torture us so? Magnificent photos of a beautiful setting. Woe is me."
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Randall Smith commented on Daniel W's group Food!
"Lookin' good, Daniel! A nice, new kitchen should inspire cooking up a storm. Let us know when "open house" occurs!"
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Randall Smith commented on Ruth Anthony-Gardner's group Hang With Friends
"Cool pics, Ian! And great ideas for church use, G.C."
Randall Smith commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"Sorry about adding the "e" to your name, Don. Inadvertant. I can commisserate with you about your blueberry bushes. Over the years, I've planted maybe 20. 3 survive, one barely. Acidy soil is extremely important, and mine is…"
Randall Smith replied to Joan Denoo's discussion Living in the forest in the group Godless in the garden
"Joan, projects such as yours is what keeps "old people" kicking. It keeps us active--something to live for. Hope to see some pics."
Randall Smith commented on Daniel W's group Food!
"Whew--bad news all around. And I thought I had problems. We're listening and hoping for the best."
Carrie left a comment for Randall Smith
"Thank you, I am excited to be here!"
Randall Smith commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"And what's growing on the left side, Done?  Enjoying the progression photos. I may do the same."
Randall Smith replied to Daniel W's discussion Good plants that volunteer. in the group Godless in the garden
"I'll add phlox and dill to the list."
Randall Smith commented on Daniel W's group Food!
"Patricia, have you tried the "no grains" plan as written about in Wheat Belly Total Health?  I've fought intestinal woes all my life. That is, up to taking ginger, flaxseed, yogurt, and cutting back on wheat products. But,…"
Randall Smith commented on Ruth Anthony-Gardner's group Hang With Friends
"Carl, reading your comment has made my day! I'm relieved and happy to hear you're doing so well. Sounds like you're on the road to recovery. What do you do while on dialysis? Read? You might enjoy Alexander McCall Smith's books.…"
Randall Smith commented on Daniel W's group Godless in the garden
"Wow, Spud, impressive!  I hate working in the mud. But, you won't be sorry when you're finally able to reap the benefits of all your hard work. I love my asparagus, strawberries, red and black raspberries, etc. It's worth the…"
Randall Smith commented on Daniel W's group Food!
"Spud, canned soup, you know, is loaded with salt. Be careful. Hope you're back on track soon. And Patricia, you're right. I didn't realize I omitted salt--the ham made it flavorful enough. Ate my first strawberries yesterday!"

Happily retired science teacher. Enjoy being outdoors, gardening, golfing, exploring. Do service work with Wilderness Volunteers and Sierra Club. Enjoy being indoors to read, play piano, cook and eat! Life is good being an atheist.

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Posted on January 27, 2015 at 9:00am 8 Comments

For nearly all my adult years (>50),  I've been told to eat what was recommended to be the most healthy foods and avoid the "bad guys". No to whole milk. No butter. No red meats. No eggs. White poultry meat only. Eat lots of grains and carbohydrates.

We've been duped into believing that eating fat makes you fat, and that a high fat diet increases cholesterol numbers which in turn leads to heart diseases. No proof, just common sense. For 50 years the American Academy of Pediatrics…


Baseball: Yawn

Posted on October 30, 2014 at 7:28am 1 Comment

I tried, really tried, to watch most of the World Series. After all, it's supposedly the national pasttime, whatever that means. Hot dogs, apple pie, and all that jazz. But, my goodness, it's paint-drying boring. 

For evidence as to how much I cared, in a one run game, last night, I went to bed after 8 innings. Like the last 2 minutes of a football game, I figured it would take at least 45 minutes to finish the game. Besides, my team (K.C., in this case) usually loses (witness Chi…


The Life of a Non-conformist

Posted on October 7, 2014 at 8:15am 11 Comments

While short of being referred to as a curmudgeon, it's been called to my attention that I'm a non-conformist. Naturally, most atheists are categorized as evil non-c's. In a sense, we're rebels.

I've never thought of myself as any one of those. It's not on purpose that I'm "different". Perhaps, it's just a part of my personality. I can blame it on genetic predisposition or something, but I won't. That's not fair to my parents (both believers in god, by the way).



Life is Good

Posted on September 23, 2014 at 7:34am 9 Comments

This post has nothing to do with religion (or lack thereof), politics, or anything controversial. I'm not hawking a book, pushing a cause, or bragging about my golf score.

What this blog IS about is simply a statement of happiness, satisfaction, and contentment with my life.

I'm one of the lucky ones. No, I'm not "blessed". I don't "thank god". I'm just fortunate, that's all.

My life at the moment is good. Actually, it's always been good (Okay, 95% good). I'm… Continue

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At 1:30pm on May 25, 2015, Carrie said…
Thank you, I am excited to be here!
At 1:49pm on May 16, 2015, Alex said…
Thank you, being a non believer doesn't make me awesome, I was born this way ;)
At 9:10pm on May 14, 2015, Chris W said…
Thank you fine Hoosier. Also thank you for standing up for logic.
At 3:00pm on May 9, 2015, chris carroll said…

Many thanks, I already feel a bit more at peace.

At 12:56pm on May 9, 2015, Charlie K said…
Thanks for the welcome, Randall. Good to be here.
At 8:44pm on May 8, 2015, chris carroll said…

Thank you so much.  I look forward to coming here to get my shot of sanity for the day.  Maybe I am just getting old and grumpy, but it seems as if as the years tick by I am becoming less and less tolerant of ignorance.  Maybe ignorance is too harsh.  I am trying to figure out why ANYONE would voluntarily put themselves in a position of "mental slavery" to something that is not real.  Or anything, real or not real for that matter.  I have spent decades researching world religions (and Christianity more in depth) so I feel I have paid the topic it's due respect.  I have looked at it from every angle I can possibly imagine (including the metaphysical) and I am STILL coming up empty with answers at the age of 43.  Thanks again, I look forward to learning from people of like mind.

At 6:04am on May 4, 2015, Saul Dobney said…

Thanks for the welcome. I'm hoping to find some people who might be interested in reading the book (happy to send out a copy).


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