I don't want this to be a chance for you to tell me what is wrong with the theocratic abscess burrowed; the thorn in your side or the vacant imperfection imposed upon the resident scapegoat. I care not to afford you the opportunity to lick your wounds in my sight or to appease the cultural norms subscribed.

Without the fear on the other side of the fence nor the ruckus in the alley way I want you to tell me what the benefit of an atheist lifestyle is had the social and political majority not absolved you and the necessary protestation of that artificial insemination had manifested itself in hindsight.

In other words, had there been no myth where would you see yourself rather than where would you see yourself in light of it.

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Yes, we are - you and I have been through this before --

That's debatable and depends on your definition of certain words


Well we are all born atheists similar to being born gay or hetero.

Is not correct.

Totally different, one is culture and the other is biology.

And thus the point of my sarcasm...

I'm not sure which premise you're saying, "not correct" to, Greg, that we are born atheists, or the assertion that the two conditions are similar - I suspect the latter, as it should be obvious that we are born without a belief in ANYthing. You might even call us, a-omniests --

Can we just agree that you guys spend more effort dissecting my jokes than I use in writing them?

Yes, can you make more effort in writing them please?

I was really pleased with that analogy and they went and ruined it for me. It had water spewing out of my daughters nose when I told her. I guess I should settle for that.

Spewing water through the nose is almost always a good thing.

Hot coffee does a better job of clearing out the sinuses, but avoiding one's keyboard in the process is certainly preferable.



Mixed metaphor.


Further, babies are born without the capacity of belief, they are born with undeveloped brains.

Which aligns exactly with my intent if you have ever had a discussion with a theist who doesn't believe that homosexuality is biological, and it is indeed cultural, and that almost all homosexuals are so because they have been molested, had bad parental role models, or are somehow acting out for attention.

To your second point, yes, yes point conceded. Which also make religious education at an early age so popular. I taught my kids to be atheists as easily as I could have taught them to be theists, at least to the point that they develop critical thinking skills and the strength to stand by their own convictions.


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