Denise M. Purtell
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  • Ashland, VA
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I am a mother, a wife, a student, a runner, a health and fitness enthusiast as well as an aspiring fitness model.
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I am here because I am tired of all the other places I go, every time I turn around, I am seeing some bullshit of why I should believe in god. Don't take the lord's name in vain or whatever. I mean really, people depend way too much on something they truly know NOTHING about.
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I left years ago, because something traumatic happened to me, something that should never happen at all, let alone a child and what kind of fucking god allows that type of shit to happen?
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I stumbled upon this site looking for a non religious-based site.

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Posted on December 15, 2012 at 11:01am 6 Comments

Why must the fact that religion is not allowed in our school system the cause of some fucking asshole going into a school and killing fucking almost 30 people (20 children)? I am so FUCKING tired of hearing stupid shit like this. Religion does not make a person good. When is everyone going to fucking wake up, stop being a fucking sheep and think for themselves and start realizing that we make…


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At 4:51am on December 17, 2012, Tom Sarbeck said…

Denise, I stole the following words from your comment on my page: "...religion, or the lack there of, has nothing to do with some nutcase and killing children."

You added the kind of emphasis I used to add when I was in the Navy, but more of it. So much more emphasis that, for me, it masked your intent.

As I write these words, I am again enjoying my memory of resolving, when I left the Navy, to learn to again talk like a civilian. I took a while to do it.

Some trauma resulted in my tossing my parents and their religion out of my life. When I send this, I'll go back to my page and see if I want to edit it.

Be kind to y'self.


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