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Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It commented on Bio Bill's group Linux Users Group
"I'm a Unix/Linux Admin, and have been in the game for about 20 years. I run Ubuntu Linux at home on my laptop and my mini tower media server. My last two jobs have provided me with laptops, one a Mac, the other Windows 7. I hate Macs and…"
Apr 24
Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It replied to Humble Pie's discussion Some people will believe anything. We call these people 'Adventists'. in the group Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists
"I remember having to sell magazines and some cheap plastic crap called "Tom Watt" that came in a large cardboard box made to look like a briefcase. They gave them to us in school to sell (an SDA jr. academy K-10 school). We had to lug that…"
Dec 19, 2013
Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It replied to Aaron Wood's discussion Saturday morning cartoons in the group Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists
"Columbia Union, Allegheny East Conference, born and raised.  However, I'm currently moving all of my heathen artifacts west."
Oct 3, 2013
Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It replied to Aaron Wood's discussion Saturday morning cartoons in the group Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists
"Wow.  The church bulletins... I almost completely forgot about those!  We'd use them to figure out when we could run off to the local corner store after the AYS (formerly JMV) evening service for bubble gum and whatnot."
Oct 3, 2013
Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It replied to Debra Stevenson's discussion Do you think EGW was mentally-ill? in the group Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists
"I would say that she probably suffered from a form of epilepsy (which would explain her "trances" and the professed superhuman ability to hold up heavy objects for apparently inordinately long periods of time).  So that rock is likely…"
Jun 12, 2013
Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It replied to Debra Stevenson's discussion What SDA literature did you read as children? in the group Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists
"These types of institutions could not exist without instilling fear into their adherents. Otherwise there's no reason to believe that one needs salvation. A perfect god that you can't detect in any empirical fashion created you in a flawed…"
Jun 5, 2013
Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It replied to Debra Stevenson's discussion What SDA literature did you read as children? in the group Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists
"To be exact, it was about the persecution of the faithful during the last days. A "government cooperation card" was needed to be able to buy anything. Xtians were being rounded up and sent to concentration camps, etc. A really dramatic…"
Jun 5, 2013
Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It replied to Debra Stevenson's discussion Camp Meeting in the group Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists
"I was a heathen before I knew I was a heathen. :)"
Jun 5, 2013
Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It replied to Debra Stevenson's discussion What SDA literature did you read as children? in the group Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists
"I remember that we had to read a book called "Cosmic Conflict: Good and Evil Wage War for Planet Earth" or some such nonsense. Here it is on Amazon: http://goo.gl/37fyV We also read "Steps to Christ" and a bunch of other…"
Jun 5, 2013
Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It replied to Debra Stevenson's discussion Portrayal's of the SDA's in pop culture in the group Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists
"A couple of resources with which you can begin your inquiry: A Cry in the Dark Famous Seventh-day Adventists"
May 18, 2013
Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It replied to Debra Stevenson's discussion Camp Meeting in the group Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists
"It was a lot of fun."
May 18, 2013
Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It replied to Aaron Wood's discussion Saturday morning cartoons in the group Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists
"It wasn't just literature that I was given to read. Philosophy, science (oh god the science), math. Everything. I enjoyed it! Immensely!  I was a nerd! Still am.  I'm a bit more well rounded than your average nerd, but my parents…"
May 15, 2013
Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It replied to Aaron Wood's discussion Saturday morning cartoons in the group Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists
"When I want my kids to learn classical literature I give them the book to read, not a movie, and especially not Disney's versions of anything.  I do not support Disney, their products, or their founder/creator. As both of my parents were…"
May 14, 2013
Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It replied to Aaron Wood's discussion Saturday morning cartoons in the group Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists
"I disagree that every child should see them, but I believe that the choice whether the kids should see them should be left up to the parents and not the pastor."
May 14, 2013
Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It replied to Debra Stevenson's discussion Camp Meeting in the group Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists
"I was a Pathfinder. Campmeeting (and the Pathfinder related events of the first weekend) was a time for us young people to get together with friends that we haven't seen from other churches located further away than we could get under our own…"
May 13, 2013
Ed - Heathen & Proud Of It replied to Aaron Wood's discussion Saturday morning cartoons in the group Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists
"Yeah, I know that now. :)  Pretty much everyone who knows me knew that I didn't eat pork.  They were shocked as all hell when I told my friends.  And yeah, I felt like a rebel with every delicious bite.  Apparently food…"
May 9, 2013

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At 9:29am on April 8, 2013, Carolyn said…

Cool. I spend some time almost everyday in the chat room. It has become my new circle of friends (since I got tired of trying to find intelligent life within my geographical area in the real world). They are a great bunch. Stop by and say 'Hi' some time. Regards.

At 8:49am on April 8, 2013, Carolyn said…

Hey, E.R.! Nice to see another Philly local on here! Thought I was the only one!

At 6:42pm on August 16, 2012, Dr. Terence Meaden said…

Hi to the Erudite Rodent

A big welcome to this world of rationality, truth and peace, where common sense and science lead to freethinking wisdom --- as you found out in becoming a non believer and freethinker like us.

We invite you to make good friends by joining the busy group "ORIGINS: Universe, Astronomy, Life, Earth, Humans, Religion, Gods, Atheism, Evolution, Darwin..." with 700 discussion topics and 3500 members.

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At 7:19pm on August 14, 2012, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…

Welcome, ! Glad you could join us. :D

Please consider joining a group to meet people and talk about anything that's on your mind, Hang With Friends. You might also like Ex-Adventists and Seventh-day Atheists and Geek & Nerd Haven.

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At 6:33pm on August 14, 2012, Steph S. said…

Greetings! Welcome to the site!

 
 
 

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