"I'm sorry that you feel so defensive and defiant about your diet. Why would these Vietnamese co-workers feel ashamed of their enjoyment of eating dog meat as a delicacy. "Different strokes for different folks." Wouldn't you…"
"This is so interesting. Definitely want to spend the time going through the many NPR stories relating to this topic. But that's the problem - TIME. I'll get back to this, now that I know where to find it. Thanks for posting. Great stuff."
"I'm going to copy down all the films you listed and look them up. I've watched very few foreign films since I took a film class in college, and have to admit I know nothing much about foreign directors. Hopefully, I'll be able to…"
"Sydni, I'm so glad you posted the video of, The Man Who Planted Trees. I haven't seen this favorite true story in twenty years. Wow. Have to get my kids to watch it with me.
And I also enjoyed the Wedding Dance video. What a delight.…"
"I loved these videos and can't believe that these kids are so talented and involved in promoting this important global issue. Wow. My sons are great on the computer, so maybe next year I'll convince them to take on this challenge. What a…"
""Flirtatious people have always seemed to me to be insincere people who might have something to hide, or perhaps were just on the prowl (not that I am opposed to casual sex), or somehow as being disingenuous."
I think there are people who…"
"Although I'm not single, I still like to flirt, I like the attention sometimes, but that's as far as it goes. It's just fun to flirt. But I wanted to make a comment about dirty old men... Personally, I think it's great that older…"
Report Shows Greater Peril for World's Threatened Animals, PlantsBy NATHANIAL GRONEWOLD of GreenwirePublished: July 2, 2009UNITED NATIONS -- The global crisis for endangered species is more serious than the financial meltdown, with numbers of imperiled animals and plants rising at record rates, scientists are warning in a report released today.In its latest four-year assessment of endangered species, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has added several new entries to the…See More
"We've always had pets...dogs, cats, birds, hamsters, fancy rats, fish snakes, lizards, spiders...
The one animal always in the house is a cat...the rest have been with us at various times.
I firmly believe that a cat is a great way for a child…"
My family consists of a supportive husband, my two boys, two dogs, a cat, and an aquarium of assorted tropical fish, that too-often need replacing... All of us are animal lovers, feed the birds, the ducks, geese, squirrels and we never kill bugs in our home, just catch them and remove them to the outdoors. (we do swat mosquitoes though) I can't imagine our family without having our pets included, they absolutely enrich our lives. It breaks my heart to know that there are so many dogs and cats…See More
Written by Vanessa BrownPublished on July 1st, 2009For almost two years we’ve been eating vegetarian or vegan twice a week and seafood twice a week. I guess you could consider us part-time vegetarians. Eating this way keeps us from overloading our diets with too much meat or dairy and cuts down on our grocery bill. It forces us to eat more fresh produce and to shop locally so the produce actually has flavor.It is extremely eco-friendly to eat vegetarian twice a week; eating meat takes a toll on…See More
This once-active group is now unmoderated, and discussions / interest have declined to almost nothing. The original group founder is long gone.Active moderation is needed, therefore comments and membership are now closed.For re-birth of a vegetarian atheist group, if you are willing to moderate the group, I invite you to submit a new group. There have been some great discussions and I am grateful to have been involved. I am vegetarian and atheist, among other things, and would love to be in…See More
Greetings, Rose! I notice you haven't been active at Atheist Nexus lately. <sigh> Sometimes it can seem a bit fragmented, with different groups for every interest. Please consider a group for socializing, where we talk about whatever's on our minds, Hang With Friends. :D You might feel more at home.
One of my friends got it in her head that she wanted to vacation in NC during the month of August. She concocted a plan and now I am committed to a vacation to NC from Aug 20-30. Please tell me the weather has cooled down. We will be spending most of the time on the coast.
BTW Most of the southern gals I knew were not atheists. Good for you.
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