if only you were this christmas in PR! i work in plaza las americas and it was madness!!!!!! people shopping as if it was the last moment of their lives! insane!!!!
btw. its kinda ironic that you would like to live here, because i just want to get out of here! when i graduate from college i just want to travel the world, and canada is at the top of my list ;)
I noticed that you sent me a comment last night. Sorry I didn't reply, but I seem to have been using my computer last night sometime after I had gone to sleep. I might have been logged into the site, but not logged into my head.
From the looks of it, you seem to have resolved the issue?
No, I'm not having any trouble with posting on the site. I've been pretty active in the last hour, so I suspect your problem is not caused by the site's server. But that's just my semi-educated guess. :-)
I just found out I had a wall! So a late reply? Thanks I guess haha - sure is not the most popular thing but I do like to be blunt and express my true thoughts - I am not one to be politically correct if that is even the term.
who said i was only accepting positive comments? assuming your comment was a negative comment and i wasn't accepting them i would have deleted it. but i don't view the comment you left as a negative one in the sense of critiquing my having included the video among the links i provided. you were critiquing the video itself, not its inclusion. surely, even given your criticism of the video i linked to, you still would agree that it is interesting. you wouldn't say that i shouldn't have included it in the list of links i provided, would you? all i was saying is that rather than get into the discussion of the relative strengths and weaknesses of the video right there it would be best to discuss that elsewhere.
can you perhaps point me to a scientist in a relevant field- other than one who rejects an evolutionary basis for morality given their religious presuppositions of course- who argues against an evolutionary basis for morality?
thanks for the comment. i leave the comments section open and thank people for their comments because people's comments help me to gauge what people find interesting reading among the links. using past comments i've found that people find interesting any controversial discussions within the ranks of skeptics such as the accomodationist/confrontationist debate, as well as stuff about evolution and astronomy.
closing the comments would prevent me from getting this feedback.
the reason why i ask that discussion on a specific link/topic/subject be undertaken in the comments is twofold. one, discussions in the comments of a blog post are hard to follow on the Ning format on which TA is hosted making the starting of a new thread or adding to an already existing thread preferable and, two, because it's exceedingly difficult given the Ning search feature on TA to find things efficiently without the proper tags. since the subjects covered by the Sunday School series are so numerous and varied it would take dozens of different tags for each edition of the series. accordingly, it's best to have someone wishing to discuss a subject covered by one of the links to start their own thread that has the appropriate tags that would allow for efficient searching of content down the road.
regarding the evolutionary basis for morality, i'm trying to figure out if you're being a bit pedantic and are suggesting that i should have said "the evidence for the evolutionary basis for morality" or if you're suggesting that there isn't an evolutionary basis for morality. if the first, i'm sorry for not being as clear as you might have liked. if the second, maybe we could suggest some titles for reading to each other.
Hi there TAA. Our small organisation has no such rules in fact religion plays no part in our activities. Co-incidentally none of our group attend church or appear to have any religious belief! When in Africa and I am asked "Where do you worship?" I reply, "I will tell you the truth but you're not going to like what I tell you." They look at me as if I beamed in from another planet!