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Go to: Update 9-March - Kony details via Boing Boing -Stuff to hear and watch

alabasterocean's Avatar Jump to comment 14 by alabasterocean

The KONY 2012 message is a great example of your, and others, ability to think critically -fast- and research a tiny bit before you re-post and recommend. An foremost, your ability to throw of and rationalize what goes straight thru your emotional center.

Good luck.

Fri, 09 Mar 2012 09:22:32 UTC | #925575

Go to: Explaining the RDFRS UK/Ipsos MORI poll

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I see why you were so busy Paula - great job!

Fri, 17 Feb 2012 10:47:33 UTC | #918699

Go to: RDFRS UK/Ipsos MORI Poll #1: How religious are UK Christians?

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Let me help. If you like, and you havent already, you should let me do a nice visual set of the data. That is a large part of my work and I be glad to help!

Tue, 14 Feb 2012 13:45:43 UTC | #917689

Go to: New Rule: Atheism is not a religion! Unbaptizes Mitt Romney's Dead Father-In-Law!

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Fun - it's fantastic!

Sat, 04 Feb 2012 21:35:00 UTC | #914658

Go to: Interview with Jessica Ahlquist & Sean Faircloth

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Comment 4 by Ignorant Amos

  1. Of course it is my opinion.

  2. Opposition to religion, and sometimes being to funny about it, don't persuade anybody (even if we think that this is fun and create a boost for our convictions). This is isolating us from everyday non-believers and religious moderates - and the culturally religious.

  3. Yes, this is why I hold this conviction on branding and PR. (You saying that this is my opinion is your opinion - When a person say something you can from now on take it for granted that this is that particular persons opinion)

  4. Those goals are to promote science, education, humanism and perhaps having fun.

  5. I was talking from a global perspective: it's fits equally on the national level.

Comment 5 by Quine

Yes I did, and I agree fully. It has just become more and more self-destructive to keep banging on about reason, no God and fairy's etc. The group of NA followers must adapt to harder tasks than arguing and ridiculing God (Followers of God's that is) - that is particular political and social topics. The Swedish Humanists for example try and get out fo the No God section, leaning more towards new, more particular, subjects for debate. And the portion of followers who adores Pat Condell should think harder about the subjects of humanism and human rights we ourself often use to point our errors amongst the religious. i mention this because I think that we need to set some standards for ourself accept that of being a non-believer in religion: Or some people in our midst will get us media-snakebites in the future.

--Sorry if I answered more than you asked for, best!

Sat, 21 Jan 2012 09:40:01 UTC | #910459

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