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Karma is a heartless bitch.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stormi C. Nov 7, 2012. 10 Replies

Just had one of those days where I didn't feel like even getting out of bed. So I thought about faking sick to go home from school. Got to school, and ended up sick for real. They wouldn't even allow…Continue

Just an extremely good song I'm hoping hasn't been forgotten

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael R Nov 5, 2012. 16 Replies

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKbPUzhWeeIThe Doors-Riders on the StormFreaking in love with this song and The Doors in general!!Continue

Any songs stuck in your head?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nayr Namel Nov 10, 2012. 13 Replies

It's late at night, I'm wide awake, and all week I've either had Little Black Submarines by The Black Keys stuck in my head, or I've had One Step Closer by Linkin Park stuck in my head. So I though…Continue

Churches don't accept fake blood

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kalliope Wörter Nov 1, 2012. 2 Replies

Not really a discussion, more of just a summary of a ridiculous happening tonight.So before we go trick or treating (I have three younger brothers that I go with to help my mom), my mother takes us…Continue

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Ivanthecur replied to Stormi C.'s discussion If you have/had Christian parents, help.
"The decision to wait or tell her right away would be entirely base on how well you know your mother.  If she's going to flip out, it is safer to wait.  I was able to talk to my mother while I still lived with her and our relationship…"
May 15, 2013
Michael Black replied to Stormi C.'s discussion Religious parents make getting in trouble sound hilarious.
"Words carry ideas. By making certain words taboo, a group of people can implicitly get a consensus that there exist ideas that are bad to even consider. Usually, the profanity is tied to a specific action or way of identifying people. The religious…"
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AgeOfAtheists14 replied to Stormi C.'s discussion Religious parents make getting in trouble sound hilarious.
"@ least -i think- yer parents are not this fubar: “The husband told investigators that Solomon believed her family was going to face hardship from President Barack Obama’s re-election,” CBS News reported. He is in critical…"
Nov 13, 2012
JP Carey replied to Stormi C.'s discussion Religious parents make getting in trouble sound hilarious.
"Ugh, so sorry for the ugly religious "fear of god" speak.  That would be the literal child abuse by religion. I'm sure it's a different dynamic in every household.  The way I would handle it is to tell the youngster the…"
Nov 12, 2012
Nayr Namel replied to Stormi C.'s discussion Any songs stuck in your head?
"Karma's I feel like dying song. the one lil wayne fucked up on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l26ml7CPFXQ"
Nov 10, 2012
booklover replied to Stormi C.'s discussion Any songs stuck in your head?
"Don't even say that!  Now I'll think of one and it'll get stuck in my head! lol.  I just can't stand sad songs though.  I don't mind the cheerful ones.  ha ha"
Nov 9, 2012
JP Carey replied to Stormi C.'s discussion Any songs stuck in your head?
"I'm a NIN fan since me and 300 friends saw them in a little club back in '90, sooooNine Inch Nails - God Given"
Nov 9, 2012
Michael R replied to Stormi C.'s discussion Any songs stuck in your head?
"No, but this song is quite sticky. Talking Heads - "Once In A Lifetime"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1wg1DNHbNU"
Nov 9, 2012
Glen Rosenberg replied to Stormi C.'s discussion Any songs stuck in your head?
"I loop so poetry and songs play agin n agin. Most recently "I dont want to set the world on fire I just want to start a flame in your heart. . . From the 40s, really cool song. "
Nov 8, 2012
Stormi C. replied to Stormi C.'s discussion Any songs stuck in your head?
"Lol, this is cute"
Nov 8, 2012
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"I'll check that one out Tony!"
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At 11:50pm on October 24, 2012, Michael J. McCleary said…
Just having a few people who know puts you in a very good place, many others labor away with no one, so you'll be fine. Don't be surprised if you can't last 3 years though! ;)
At 2:41pm on October 24, 2012, Michael J. McCleary said…
Be brave, and keep fighting the good fight (even if it's quietly). Coming out can be very challenging, but if I could suggest anything just keep learning about why you think the way you do; people seem a bit more accepting when it's clear you are well informed. Hang in there!
At 9:12am on October 8, 2012, AgeOfAtheists14 said…

ok a little.. younger version? ; )
peace hav a good one...

At 9:16am on October 6, 2012, AgeOfAtheists14 said…

looks like the gal from Cranston School .. Alquist's cousin!

At 6:47pm on September 11, 2012, Joseph P said…

Well, they never get as far as teaching actual Creationism.  That would be so flagrantly in violation of the First Amendment that even the conservative nut-jobs on the Supreme Court would rule against it.

The most they pass is laws requiring that teachers read a statement about how the Theory of Evolution (they always leave out the Natural Selection part, which is the part that's theory; Evolution is really just an observed fact) is just one of many equal explanations for the origin of the human species ... or some steaming pile of crap, to that effect.

There was the big attempt to slip Intelligent Design into the classroom, in the famous court case in Dover, Pennsylvania, but it was ruled to be Creationism and was laughed out of court.  If anyone tried to teach actual Biblical Creationism in the classroom, today, the school board in question would go into damage control so quickly that there wouldn't be anything left to sue into smithereens.

At 6:17pm on September 11, 2012, Joseph P said…

Yeah, good strategy, while you can't do anything about it.

I'm a politics junky, so I pay attention to all of the stuff that the fundie, political right is trying to inflict on the country.  I would be freaking out about it, if my state was doing more stuff that blatantly violated the first amendment of the US Constitution.

I've heard that Tennessee is next on the list for the repeatedly failed attempts to slip Creationism in the back door, into the science program of public schools.  I'm surprised they didn't try for Tennessee sooner, given its history in the Scopes Monkey Trial.

I'd be going a bit berserk, in your place.

At 5:45pm on September 11, 2012, Joseph P said…

North Carolina is pretty sane, as long as you stay within 5 miles of a major city.  You wouldn't even know you were in the southeast, if you stayed in the Triangle (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Cary), the Triad (Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Highpoint), or the Charlotte area.

Well, the humidity might give away which region of the country you're in.  It freaking sucks.  I'm seriously contemplating moving back to the Chicago area, for the weather.

I'm kind of pissed about the passage of the anti-gay marriage amendment this spring.  North Carolina had been immune to a lot of the insanity that you get in other conservative states.  Hell, we even went for Obama.  I guess all of the liberals stayed home in 2010, though, so we ended up with the current batch of assholes in the state congress.

Isn't that sort of thing business as usual in Tennessee?

At 5:24pm on September 11, 2012, Joseph P said…

@Joseph P: No, Stone Sour is not a Christian group.

Sorry, didn't see your response, initially.  I was expecting a comment back on my wall, if you were going to say anything, and I didn't get an e-mail notification, because it didn't hit my wall.

Hmm, I always got the impression that they were Christian.  Weird.  Bother seemed to have a lot of Christian symbology woven into the lyrics.  I mean, I love the song, but it always seemed a bit loaded.

That's not necessarily a bad thing, since I love Christian mythology.  I love the movie, Constantine.  It probably has something to do with my having grown up Catholic.  Catholics are more into really delving into the consequences of their worldview.  Maybe it's the exorcism (which is held as an important holy rite), the literal transubstantiation of the Eucharist ... the crazy pageantry.  I dunno.

 

So, how's Tennessee treating you?

At 9:07am on September 11, 2012, Brent Feeney said…

Welcome aboard! =)  Hope all is well with you today....

At 8:27am on September 10, 2012, Lillie said…

Welcome, Stormi.  You are very wise to be aware of dangers on the Internet.  Stay safe.

 
 
 

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