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At 10:37pm on October 30, 2014, Daniel W said…

Thanks Tom. 

I have lost whole, complicated, entries due to the damn system selecting something and deleting it.  Didn't know about the control-z, thanks.  Since initially posting that, I submitted to the  Borg, and was assimilated into Win 8.1.  So far I don't see a difference from 8.0 except now it screws up some links.  How much fun is that?

At 12:19pm on October 9, 2014, Randall Smith said…

Thanks, Tom, for your comment on my blog post. I like the "sheriff" bit!

At 4:32pm on August 20, 2014, Freethinker31 said…

What a surprise  Tom....You have been so critical of me in the past, but I must admit  I enjoyed  our  back and forth....I look forward  to our  future  debates...Glad  we are friends now..... 

At 7:58am on August 11, 2014, Bertold Brautigan said…

I know what you mean about how the responses can make you sad. It's disconcerting to see how many people are so wrapped up around utter bullshit. I also wonder why they're so afraid of anyone questioning what they believe that they have to deny that we even exist. Their "argument" that it "takes more faith" to believe in the big bang or evolution than it does to believe in Jesus, THEREFORE there are no true atheists is just pathetic. It's not all, "Oh these poor victims of bad programming" though. I'm reading a pretty disturbing book titled Religious Right - the Greatest Threat to Democracy by A.F. Alexander. There are tons of unscrupulous people out there raising billions of dollars and stealthily plotting to install old testament law that wouldn't be all that different from sharia law. If we don't collectively watch it, the dark ages could be back with a vengeance.

At 12:37am on August 11, 2014, Chris G said…

Hi Tom,

I didn't know "Hi. You perhaps know of the Vallejo Navy League's raising money to make the Iowa a museum. They didn't succeed and the ship went to SoCal.

I'm all for making ship monuments where their history can be told about the vessile and war.

It's a shame that Vallejo didn't aggressively persuade the museum. I don't know what's wrong with Vallejo and it's terrible handling of Mare Island.

Chris

At 8:41am on May 18, 2014, Richard Goscicki said…

Thanks, Tom.  About Nappy, I know I'm a controversial writer with views not everyone agrees with.  I take it all with a grain a salt.  We need a thick skin since we're the minority.  

At 10:56am on July 28, 2013, William Grant said…

Hi Tom,.. I am having a blast with Joseph Who?,.... Need some readers !!!!  Nice to know you !

At 7:18am on May 23, 2013, Randall Smith said…

Yeah Tom, I admit to laughing at Foxworthy's spot on humor. I could learn from that way of "attacking" the other side. 

At 8:20pm on May 3, 2013, franky said…
hi tom!
At 8:34am on April 23, 2013, Madhukar Kulkarni said…

Hello Tom,

What a pleasant surprise! Glad to be your friend.

At 7:40am on March 8, 2013, Randall Smith said…
You actually lived through the depression years! I've learned many things on how NOT to act from my father, but lessons on money isn't one of them. (if that makes sense)
At 9:26pm on March 3, 2013, Joan Denoo said…

Tom, I am very glad to see you in this group. 

At 7:33am on March 1, 2013, Randall Smith said…

Fishwrap! Good one. I felt obligated to take the newspaper and "be informed". No more. And oh what a relief it is!

At 12:32pm on February 5, 2013, Asa Watcher said…

Thanks for the friending.  I will make every attempt to keep my posts friendly yet uncompromising.  You've provided good mental exercise.

From one geezer to another, and to all:

Happy Chinese New Year

At 9:40am on March 20, 2012, Steven Gibson said…

Really! My first visit and comment to Atheistnexus in two years. Well, you win. I will leave you to it. Enjoy yourself. I will be back in two years.

At 8:27am on January 2, 2012, Maruli Marulaki said…

As you mentioned that you understand German, hier is a poem by Erich Kästner, that you may like: 

http://www.gedichte.vu/?die_entwicklung_der_menschheit.html

At 7:32pm on December 31, 2011, Alice said…

Hi Tom - if you are friends you can send private messages - but comments remain public :)

At 11:46pm on September 21, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…
It's about which pays off for people, making (such as planting or throwing a pot) or taking (such as taking another person's cropsor pots) by force. Once weapons technology became so efficient, with metal blades, those who were physically stronger (men) and willing to dominate by force were reinforced. The flip side of the technology/human culture coevolution is that Dominator culture is now destroying the planet permanently. We're taking and taking from nature, without regard to natural limits. So Partnership Culture is likely to be the only kind of culture which supports long term sustainability on Earth. Taking was a short range optimum but it's not a long range optimum for a species utilizing all of a planet's resources. My impression is that you're focused on blame rather than stepping back to see how humanity has been molded by technology.
At 12:42am on September 19, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…
No anthropologist can study all of human history. You seem to be denigrating her conclusions because her research had limits.
At 7:50pm on September 18, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…
Eisler studies culture. I don't think blue-green algae have much culture.

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