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Sheri M Larsen replied to Michael Walker's discussion Wow. No activity at all. in the group Conservative Atheists & Agnostics
"Hello Michael,               By finding this website, I immediately know two deep and personal things about the people who are here, things I had been hunting.  From there I was unsure…"
Apr 5
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Sheri M Larsen replied to Michael Walker's discussion Meeting Others in the group Conservative Atheists & Agnostics
"The reason I ask the question is to first, find other atheists (and other uncommon belief systems).  Once I have found an atheist, I would try to discover the conservative part. My area is filled with Catholic, Lutheran, Baptist, Methodist, and…"
Feb 21, 2014
Sheri M Larsen replied to Michael Walker's discussion Meeting Others in the group Conservative Atheists & Agnostics
"Here is an idea I have just started trying.             I ask acquaintances, old and new, if they know of any people who are Jewish, atheist, Buddhist,  and other non-typical religions…"
Feb 17, 2014
Sheri M Larsen liked Michael Walker's discussion Does anyone else feel alone?
Feb 17, 2014
Joan Denoo replied to Sheri M Larsen's discussion Is it fair to treat everyone equally? in the group Conservative Atheists & Agnostics
"Well, it depends. There are some constants: be honest, clear, concrete, specific in my language. If a person imposes on me, confront them. If a person makes a factual error, correct them. If I make a mistake, acknowledge it and express appreciation…"
Jan 24, 2014
tom sarbeck replied to Sheri M Larsen's discussion Is it fair to treat everyone equally? in the group Conservative Atheists & Agnostics
"Treat people equally? No! People signal how they want to be treated. Their signals include eye contact, posture, assertiveness, and more. When a person's signals are weak I infer low esteem. I probably treat them better than they expect. This…"
Jan 24, 2014
Sheri M Larsen commented on Chris Z's group Conservative Atheists & Agnostics
"Hello,      The label that I apply to myself about the way I look at the issue of a god is agnostic atheist.  The meaning to me is: I am without knowledge (a-gnostic) about whether or not there is a god, and I lean towards…"
Jan 23, 2014
Sheri M Larsen liked kirk dimakakos's discussion Religion is not a bad thing
Jan 23, 2014
Sheri M Larsen replied to Sheri M Larsen's discussion Is it fair to treat everyone equally? in the group Conservative Atheists & Agnostics
"Hello, What are your definitions?            and What has been an experience of yours of fair and equal?   Here is one of my experiences from when my daughter was…"
Jan 12, 2014
Michael Walker replied to Sheri M Larsen's discussion Is it fair to treat everyone equally? in the group Conservative Atheists
"That depends on what you mean by "treat" and how you define "equal". Probably your definition of "fairness" needs to be considered, too. Sorry, but the question is too vague to be able to answer. I can think of examples…"
Dec 29, 2013
tom sarbeck replied to Sheri M Larsen's discussion Is it fair to treat everyone equally? in the group Conservative Atheists
"Combine these ideas: Opening: Aging parents want to be with their offspring, Body: Health care costs rise with age, When costs exceed what the aged can pay, Their offspring can bake, broil, fry, stew, etc and enjoy them. Close: The interests of all…"
May 27, 2013
tom sarbeck replied to Sheri M Larsen's discussion Is it fair to treat everyone equally? in the group Conservative Atheists
"Clever, Sheri; you want us to walk out onto the plank. You will then decide whether to tip the plank. Before I charge out onto the plank I will point out three items that will work to my disadvantage: 1) In your "I feel that there are a…"
May 24, 2013
Luara replied to Sheri M Larsen's discussion Is it fair to treat everyone equally? in the group Conservative Atheists
""I recently satirized Obamacare with a story modeled after a combination of Swift's A Modest Proposal and the more recent Soylent Green." I wanna see that story!  can you share it?"
May 24, 2013
Sheri M Larsen replied to Sheri M Larsen's discussion Is it fair to treat everyone equally? in the group Conservative Atheists
"Hi, I am glad to have your response.I tend to hold the value of survival of the fittest myself. I have not solidly defined its perimeters though.  It gets fuzzy at the point of, for example; I would be smart enough to seek medical attention…"
May 24, 2013

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At 11:23pm on April 13, 2013, Robert Brown said…

Hello Sheri,

I like your idea of commenting like being at a social gathering.  I'm not originally from the midwest though, rather an all over the U.S. guy. I've been in South Dakota for 5 1/2 years I think, since 2007 and we have about had enough of the frigid winters here. 

As for where I learned home remodeling, I'm still learning and it is all from books and the internet.  Those books they sell on doing your own plumbing, electric, walls, floors and decks have come a long way from the old sunset do it yourself books. Doing it myself saves me a bunch in labor costs, and should put a great deal more money in our pockets when we sell, but it is really slow getting it done alone.

You mentioned changing professions soon.  What direction with work are you heading?

 

At 10:27pm on April 2, 2013, Steph S. said…

Oh hello! If you are afraid that a future employer might google your name you might consider using another name on the site - change your name to something else. Just got to your profile and edit it there.

At 1:34pm on March 25, 2013, Brent Feeney said…

Hey Sheri! =)  Hope you're doing well today.

I've a native of the area - was born and raised over on the Illinois side, in Granite City, IL, a working-class steel town about 15 minutes from downtown St. Louis. I have a degree in journalism, though, and have also lived southeastern Missouri, both Carolinas and in east-central Illinois (in fact, in the town where I went to school at). I've lived in St. Louis city itself since 2000 (except for the time from 2003-05 when I was in central Illinois); I've been in my current place since 2005, in the south part of the city.

I'm currently active in a humanist religious community called the Ethical Society and do volunteer work for a non-commercial, listener-supported community radio station here in the area. I've been down to Springfield, MO, a couple of times, to cover the Missouri state high school basketball tournament in the late 1980s (when I was living in southeastern Missouri). I'm also a fan of all the St. Louis teams (Cardinals, Rams and Blues) and am a big-time trivia whiz (I've tried out for Jeopardy! a couple of times and want to get on the show someday).

Anything else you'd like to know, just ask!

At 6:57pm on March 23, 2013, Dr. Terence Meaden said…

Hi Sheri

To answer your main question, well, the Olympic torch came through our town and we went and saw the runner who was carrying the torch; otherwise I saw no Olympic events live. Just followed what I could on TV.
I was away quite a lot on summer research at the time, i.e. on archaeological site exploration, lecturing, studies and excavations. My expertise in archaeology is in the megalithic period---the Neolithic and Bronze Age of Europe. That's the Stonehenge period for example. To get an idea, you could look up Stonehenge Answers on Facebook.
Tell us about your chief interests.   Terence.
At 4:31pm on March 23, 2013, Steph S. said…

Oh hello there Sheri! thanks so much for your wonderful comment. I can send you a message to answer your wonderful questions. I sent you a friend request. Once you accept I can send you a response. : )

At 3:11pm on February 18, 2013, Brent Feeney said…

Welcome aboard! =)  Hope you're doing great today...

At 12:24pm on February 18, 2013, Dr. Terence Meaden said…

Hi Sheri
So nice to have you here. Welcome to this internet world of rationality and peace--common sense and freethinking wisdom--that unites non-believers and critical thinkers like you and us. 
You are invited to join the busy group "ORIGINS: Universe, Astronomy, Life, Earth, Humans, Religion, Gods, Atheism, Evolution, Darwin..." with 750 discussion topics and 3780 members.
http://www.atheistnexus.org/group/originsuniverselifehumankindanddarwin 
Terry

At 11:17am on February 18, 2013, Steph S. said…

Greetings! Welcome to the site!

 
 
 

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