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At 9:45am on August 9, 2014, Andrew Bradford Hoke said…

Hi KH,

Thanks for welcoming me to the site. I am enjoying myself with all of the thought provoking discussions and individuals :)

At 7:06am on August 5, 2014, Chris G said…

Har Har,

I'll try to post more often.

There is a lot of of stuff going on in my world.

In the mean time here's some music for you,

At 11:53pm on August 2, 2014, Chris G said…

I thought you lived in Pennsylvania.  Maybe I'm thinking of someone else.

At 9:38pm on August 2, 2014, Chris G said…

Hi Jacqueline,

My computer died so I had to buy a new one. It took me a while to determine that my previous computer wasn't worth fixing, to order a replacement then to transfer the data off the hard drive from the old computer to this replacement.

What about yourself? I haven't heard from you for what seems like a couple of years.

At 3:27pm on August 2, 2014, Rick Springfield said…
Thank you
This is my favorite site
At 9:58pm on June 8, 2014, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…

That's why I spend my time here. When MySpace functioned as a social network, in the Atheists group people were usually nasty to me. AN is civilized and "safe". That's why I donate $20 monthly, it's worth much more than that to me.

At 11:02pm on May 29, 2014, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…

You "liked" Richard's Rules and Guidelines. Good for you. Some don't even read them.

At 7:53am on May 27, 2014, BarbaraSATX said…

Hi k.h. ky, thank you for the welcome. I'm still fairly new and still reading, reading and more reading on this site.  It amazes me how there is so much information, so many opinions and just flat out ideas that really hadn't occurred to me.  

At 12:01am on April 18, 2014, The Flying Atheist said…

Thanks for your friend request and for the nice note.  I'm glad we have this little internet sanctuary in which to interact.  --Carl

At 11:44pm on April 10, 2014, Brandon said…
Hi K.H. Thanks for the welcome. Glad to know there are other Kentuckians here!
At 11:05pm on March 20, 2014, Gene Gordon said…

Thanks a lot, k.h. ky - I already feel very welcome here.

At 10:42am on February 12, 2014, Roy said…

The weather is getting better but I still have 3" of ice on my driveway.
Yes, I have been busy.  I have organized 3 Freethinkers meetings a month in this small town of Madison, IN.  That gives me something to look forward to every month.  I'm also busy bowling, dancing and chasing women.  It's fun to be retired.

At 8:31pm on December 30, 2013, Warren Jappe said…

Perhaps we can make a difference one day but most likely not in my lifetime, although helping to get it rolling in the right direction is something that needs to be done.

At 7:35am on December 28, 2013, Randall Smith said…

I reckon you're pretty sensitive to all that religious "goin's on" at weddings/funerals. I'm more "go with the flow" kind of person. I just laugh at the hocus pocus stuff, ridiculing the sincereity of the ceremony. 

At 9:38pm on December 27, 2013, sk8eycat said…

Thank you for being a friend! Laissez les bons temps roulez!

You can find inexpensive trade paperbacks of selections of Robert Green Ingersoll's speeches, essays, and poems at Half.com.  I'm slowly amassing a collection. One of my favorites is Some Mistakes  of Moses, in which he takes apart the astronomical and geological (flat earth) nonsense in Genesis, and continues on through the five books that are attributed to Moses by True Believers.

Ingersoll was not only highly intelligent and fearless in going public with  his lack of belief in gods...which ruined any chances he might have had for a political career...he was witty.  And his speaking engagements were almost always sold out - standing room only; very unusual for an acknowledged agnostic/heretic in the 19th Century Victorian Era.

We need someone like him today.  Desperately.  There are several famous atheist writers and speakers now, but they are too "academic" to appeal to "just plain" people the way he did. 

Dan Barker comes closest, but he does a lot of debates with Christian scholars that go over my head sometimes. He has written some funny songs about non-belief, plus serious ballads, and even set some of Ingersoll's poems to music. I have my CD wake-up player set to play his "Nothing Fails Like Prayer" right  now.  It's a cha-cha rhythm.  Tee-hee!

(Another Barker song that I listen to a lot starts out: "Some people try to tell me that I need to find a god to love, but after looking them all over, I'll take none of the above."  I'll try to upload it to  Hang With Friends  this weekend.

See you around!

At 10:49pm on December 26, 2013, Tony Jiang said…

its right outside the city of vancouver in BC

At 9:38am on December 25, 2013, booklover said…

Thanks K, same to you! lol. :)  Glad we are friends here on AN!!!!

At 8:19pm on December 11, 2013, Sentient Biped said…

khughes, thank you for the good wishes.  It's been an interesting life.

At 3:54am on December 3, 2013, Karl Ford said…

Hi K, thanks for the compliments.  Yes, that's a boat, or was.  It was an abandoned lobster boat in Gloucester, MA.  Thanks again, Karl

At 12:04am on November 29, 2013, Patricia said…

We're not so bad here in Canada for the bybull-thumping, & even though I live in a small city with plenty of churches, we don't really see a lot of attendance. Most seem to keep to themselves, although we do get the morons & jws door-knocking, but only in fair weather. They get a bum's rush at my door!!! 

This is my son after a cold spell & a 12' snow fall in the winter of '78.....we lived 3 hrs further north then, but we've never had it like this again.


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