I've stumbled across this place many-a-time, and I've decided this is a community I want to make an effort to join. I'm a senior Chemistry major at the predominantly Christian/conservative Texas A&M University so I meet few people tolerant let alone accepting of my immutable predisposition to empirical evidence, so.. just thought I'd say hi :]

Much love,

Rae

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There are no other gods. :D Just the one true one..YAHWEH

As long as you realize that that's HewHay spelled backward --

My night.. every night.

Yeah, well, that's all good, but did you vote? If not, get off your pretty pink, go out and do that, THEN come back and post!

I did, for Gary Johnson. Some would argue that I wasted my vote--to which I like to respond, "a wasted vote is one cast for someone you don't believe in."

I give it no more than 12 years if Republicans keep doing what they are doing these days and the Libertarian party will finally gain traction... or the Republicans smarten up and turn their party more Libertarian.

Nice response, and welcome

Hey there, I'm the local narcoleptic hahaha. Also, that's really cool that you're majoring in chem! I'm thinking about it (I'm a senior in high school), but I change my mind quite frequently about my future plans, so who knows haha.

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