Sweden, you say? Then why the f*** haven't you yet joined the group European Atheists ;-)
Just kidding... at what age did you leave Europe?
Oh and about religion not really being a problem over here... well, kinda sorta true. So to say. But thanks to the Muslims we'll get there! It's getting worse and worse... pretty awful.
Anyway, as I gotta run now (still working... me students gotta take some exams tomorrow morning, and I gotta go and find a place to print them... took me hours to make it up, even more hours to type the bloody things and now my printer broke and it's 11 pm... *grr* gotta go and find a place to print everything...)
So, let's finish off with another GC-Quote: It's all bullshit, and it's bad for ya!
Glad you're here, Larian! I'm not much for social networking; it doesn't replace hanging out with friends in real life for me. It's always good to know more atheists in the military though; I'm in San Antonio, home to Lackland AFB, Kelly CB, and of course Air Intelligence.
The past eight years sure have been interesting as far as recruits and officers that I meet. It seems that religion is playing a greater role than before, while at the same time the number of secularists have been increasing.
I take it you aren't having a hard time, seeing as you got over the captain hump?
cool! S.C.A., Warhammer - swords - I love it - and you wouldn't know it but I'm an Air Force brat lol. grew up on Australian airforce bases - my father was a career officer - general duties - that means pilot in their lingo - He served in Korea & Vietnam - small world Larian LeQuella *grin*
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