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Started this discussion. Last reply by Reggie Nov 10, 2009. 8 Replies

No doubt there are more to be had than just me.I'm in Saskatchewan. I recently joined the Saskatoon Freethinker's group which already looks like the best idea I've had in years. I've had an atheist…Continue

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Monique Reimer commented on Prazzie's blog post 'Would you sign a pact with the devil?'
"I read a book a while back all about how Satan is an invention, that there never was this great opposite adversary, that the whole idea evolved over time. Things in the bible have been attributed to the devil but there isn't one. The book is…"
Feb 3, 2010
Monique Reimer replied to Brian Spears's discussion 'Holy Water makes people sick'
"The things they're willing to believe in order to be blessed astound me. Next time maybe they'll boil it first."
Jan 25, 2010
Monique Reimer commented on Wesley's blog post 'A poem for christmas..(adapted by my grandfather many many moons ago)'
"That's excellent. Thank you very much for sharing it."
Dec 17, 2009
Monique Reimer replied to Shayne Pooran's discussion 'Atheist clothing'
"I've gone into cafepress.com a few times looking for stuff. You can search by theme. Or type atheist clothes into google and see what turns up. I got a fun one through questionablecontent.net and Jeph Jacques' collection of merchandise.…"
Dec 15, 2009
Monique Reimer replied to Morgan Matthew's discussion 'Evolution is a very flawed theory'
"Yeah, I run up against a funny fundie at a site I post on (http:tothewire.wordpress.com) and some of the ideas she comes up with for explanations about creation are so "out there" I'm surprised sci-fi writers aren't banging at…"
Dec 15, 2009
Shine commented on Monique Reimer's blog post 'Advertising is not the reason for the season'
"That comment is too much. Right, because the immense wealth of the Vatican is totally used "to help anyone in real material need.""
Dec 7, 2009
Monique Reimer commented on Monique Reimer's blog post 'Advertising is not the reason for the season'
"Hemant Mehta makes a good point about this on his blog today: "The first (and most important) question that is asked is: Why is the AHA doing this at this time of year? It’s not because they’re attacking Christians or whatever…"
Dec 7, 2009
Reggie commented on Monique Reimer's blog post 'Advertising is not the reason for the season'
"Well, wasn't it Jesus himself who told his followers to give away all their possessions to follow him?"
Dec 6, 2009
Monique Reimer commented on Monique Reimer's blog post 'Advertising is not the reason for the season'
Dec 6, 2009
Reggie commented on Monique Reimer's blog post 'Advertising is not the reason for the season'
"Advertising on billboards and buses are a waste of money....but all these lavish churches are not? And I don't really understand what the recession has to do with anything. Does this meant hat churches across the land are only spending money…"
Dec 6, 2009
Monique Reimer posted a blog post

Advertising is not the reason for the season

First post here, and I'm not being completely original. This is (adapted) from my own atheist blog, but I think it's worth sharing over here.-----The American Humanist Association has a simple message to send out to people this year with their No God No Problem campaign. It advertises the need to be good for the sake of goodness and includes Humanist contact numbers for interested…See More
Dec 6, 2009
Monique Reimer commented on Jay Catt's blog post 'Once again an atheist is a rotting corpse.'
"My freethinkers group recently had a meeting about dealing with this. It's morbid, but it still needs to be thought about. Not enough time really goes into what goes on after, or what people would like to do. A woman in our group works for a…"
Dec 6, 2009
Monique Reimer commented on JD5DAD's group 'Star Trek'
"I think Gene was a genius. I'm glad that his show gained support beyond the original three years it aired. In university I once spent a whole night in a Trek role playing game. I took the Ferengi role since it meant I could watch what everyone…"
Nov 25, 2009
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Just a place for for fans to post comments I mean star trek is the best show for Atheist star trek warns us about one mind thinking (BORG)See More
Nov 25, 2009
Monique Reimer and Jay Catt are now friends
Nov 17, 2009

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Atheist
About Me:
I'm Canadian. I like books, movies and music. I have a B.A. in sociology and I minored in philosophy. I like cats, dumb jokes, and enjoy free time. I work at a library which I'd say was a godsend if I believed in god, because that job was my sanity sanctuary when my second job was one I couldn't stand. Libraries rule!
Age
31-35
Why are you here?
I've been writing an atheist blog for over a year and read other blogs on similar topics of interest. I've already signed up for the Out Campaign and I'm on the Atheist Blogroll. I recently joined a Freethinkers group in my city and discovered this forum via Twitter. I think it would be worthwhile to be part of this group, too.
The religion you left
Was never a part of one
Why you left your religion.
The closest religion I'd have to say I "left:" was Christianity but since my parents never raised me in a faith beyond selecting a Catholic school to put me in (other relatives were already going there). I can't claim a gradual or sudden loss of god-belief led me away. I never had any belief in the first place.
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Advertising is not the reason for the season

Posted on December 6, 2009 at 2:16pm 5 Comments

First post here, and I'm not being completely original. This is (adapted) from my own atheist blog, but I think it's worth sharing over here.



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The American Humanist Association has a simple message to send out to people this year with their No God No Problem campaign. It advertises the need to be good for the sake of goodness and includes Humanist contact… Continue

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