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Go to: Atheists Get Their "Brokeback Mountain" Moment in the New Sundance Film, "The Ledge"

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A couple people were talking about some atheist character on House, I've never seen it. But my favorite atheist character is Dexter. Dexter is truly an atheist character that is likable whom people can identify with, even though he's supposed to be a psychopath, his humanity evolves over time, and it's amazing to see.

On another tangent, I can't wait until the next season of Breaking Bad.

Thu, 09 Jun 2011 07:09:06 UTC | #636269

Go to: Atheists Get Their "Brokeback Mountain" Moment in the New Sundance Film, "The Ledge"

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Damnit, yuck, ugh, bleh. Looks horrible, both of the youtube videos. Don't release this garbage! It'll just be embarrassing. Ugh, I don't feel like being related to the movie in someone's mind when they find out I'm and atheist.

Wed, 08 Jun 2011 23:22:22 UTC | #636188

Go to: Oregon Senate Votes to End Faith-Healing Defense for Parents

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I wonder what the reason and cause is for them believing in that sort of crap in America anyways. Are they just secluded from rational people?

I guess it's just people in perceptively authoritative positions being able to spew out anything that comes to mind and have their masses just take their word for it on faith.

Thu, 26 May 2011 02:01:31 UTC | #630970

Go to: Eric MacDonald defends The God Delusion

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The criticism that Dawkin's doesn't deal with "sophisticated" theology is actually somewhat a valid one. It doesn't diminish the arguments or points Dawkins makes in his book at all, rather, it's just somewhat of a disappointment seeing that the most influential atheist book doesn't deal as totally of a thrashing smackdown on theology as can be dealt.

I've had serious philosophical discussions several times with regionally (souther California) prominent theists, as well as people on the internet, and from my experience I can say that dealing with these people on their own terms is a complicated and messy business. The most basic, yet most useful, lesson I have learned from it all is that people think radically different. You really do have to learn to speak to them in their language if your objective is to convince them of anything.

Sun, 22 May 2011 03:46:00 UTC | #629359

Go to: Bloodthirsty Syrian President Supported By The Church

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I agree with unholywarlord... but this is going to backfire. There are going to be immense repercussions from this. It's just evidence that church and state should be separate in every way.

Wed, 27 Apr 2011 07:04:04 UTC | #619833

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