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The JWs came back...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Misty: Baytheist Living! Jun 28, 2013. 57 Replies

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I'm Misty. I was one of the first few hundred members here, and the very first wave of admins.
I've recently returned after a lengthy hiatus. My own websites and business ventures no longer need constant supervision, so here I am!
I'm a mixed gas technical diver, a MOD II Megaladon Rebreather Diver and a Hyperbaric Medic. I'm also a sofa-surfing web junkie that loves a good debate.

Beware the sarcasm.
I swear I can't control it.....

Also, if I'm on chat, I'm drunk. It's just a fact of life.
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Why are you here?
To bitch, moan, network, love, laugh and share experiences with other non-believers world-wide.
The religion you left
Why you left your religion.
I studied Theology with an open mind and found the entire concept of Allah/God/Whatever to be lacking in any rational argument.
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American Humanist Association Lawsuit: Why We Are The Most Hated Minority In America?

Posted on May 31, 2013 at 5:49pm 7 Comments


AHA is suing to keep a Christian monument from being purchased by city council funds and placed on public property. 

And we wonder why they hate us?

Fuck all that. I don't want my city paying $50k for a monument of a…


The Official Think Atheist Drinking Game

Posted on May 30, 2013 at 2:30pm 5 Comments

Chat is now mobile! Play on the go!* (Thank you, Dan!)  *Responsibly (you're welcome Misty.) 

Do a shot, have a sip or take a toke (Or all three!) each time you're in chat and see the following: 

1) Morgan, a mod or an admin enter the chat!

2) Someone posts a random song or video link.

3) Ad Hominem 

4) Pascal's Wager

5) No True Scotsman Fallacy

6) Hasty Generalization

7) Begging the Question

8) False…


...and now I wait to die.

Posted on May 23, 2013 at 4:03pm 3 Comments

6 liters of 100% pure cranberry juice and an entire pack of  Cystex later, I'm still pissing blood. 

It's been four days. 

I'm not going to be seeing a doctor anytime soon because .... 'Ermerica! 

But that's beside the point. 

Generally when I'm on my own for healthcare, I order aquarium antibiotics online. They go through more purity testing than the livestock stuff I have for my homestead. I can't wait another three days for them to…


So the Pope said I can go to heaven...

Posted on May 22, 2013 at 6:56pm 26 Comments

...and that's pretty cool of him. 

I knew there was a reason I wasn't trolling this guy's Twitter account. 

Now, I'm no fan of the job, in general. But this guy seems alright! 


My good works are animal adoption charities, veterans programs and of course, my Plant a Row Program,…


Why you so angry, atheists? Whyyyyyy?

Posted on May 14, 2013 at 1:28pm 18 Comments

Let's get something straight.

Not everyone that's perceived as a bitch is actually unhappy. 

Let's get another thing straight. 

I'm a bitch. 

Knowing just what to say and when to say it is a talent of mine.

If the words I type piss you off, usually that was my exact intention. Thanks for playing.

Please don't mistake my mockery for misery. I'm not unhappy, in fact, I'm  laughing at you right…


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At 8:00pm on June 19, 2011, Merlin Mercer said…
Hey, not sure if you saw in Nelson's Sunday School Blog, but HERE is a great article on the brain and crime.  Very interesting and lengthy.  I'm sure you'll enjoy it.
At 4:16pm on June 7, 2011, Merlin Mercer said…
My pleasure, Misty!  I thought you might like it!  How far have you got in your research on religious experience and the brain?  I think there is a distinct connection between 'answered prayers' and peoples' psychological ability to connect things that aren't at all connected, even in the slightest possible ways.  I hope that's clear, haha!
At 12:34am on June 7, 2011, Merlin Mercer said…

I saw a comment you posted on Ethan Lofing's blog, and you mentioned religion and the brain.  A little off topic, but this is a great article about how religious experiences actually atrophy the hippocampal region of the brain.  Great article.

Scientific American - Religious Experiences Shrink Part of the Brain

Interesting read.


At 8:24pm on May 28, 2011, Great Dane said…
Tell me, what's so special about your pink teapot? ;)
At 1:09pm on March 5, 2011, Don said…

I'm a member of the Atheist Writers group here--have contributed quite a lot to discussions there, in fact; you might have a look, if you're interested.

I earned an MFA in Fiction from the University of California at Irvine and an AB in English Composition from Syracuse University, and I was a Wallace Stegner Fellow in fiction at Stanford a while ago.

My first novel, HARD FEELINGS (Atheneum, 1977), was an American Library Association Best Book in 1977 and a 20th Century-Fox film release in 1982. My published work includes four other novels, MULDOON (Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1982), COLD COMFORT (Harmony Books, 2001), THE FIFTH SEASON (Three Rivers Press, 2005), and the third novel in my Hector Bellevance literary suspense series, THE ERRAND BOY (Three Rivers Press).  My home page here included the images of the jacket art for those books.  I've also published essays and book reviews in a variety of publications, including "The New York Times Sunday Magazine," "The Los Angeles Times Book Review," and "Paris Review." 

Two of my screenplay adaptations have been independently produced and released internationally as feature-length films, "Where the Rivers Flow North," starring Rip Torn and Michael J. Fox, and "A Stranger in the Kingdom," with an ensemble cast including Ernie Hudson and Martin Sheen.

My current project is a YA post-cataclysmic epic set in a much-diminished, post-oil, post-climate-change America now governed by evangelical Nazis--the gels--who are the book's villains.  If this book gets any attention at all, it could be pretty controversial.  It's sort of an American GOLDEN COMPASS, but edgier, with overtones of THE ROAD.  My agent likes it.  When it's ready to show, we'll just have to find a publisher who's willing to invest enough in the book to get it out there.

At 3:06pm on February 20, 2011, Skycomet the Fallen Angel said…
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At 3:05pm on February 20, 2011, Skycomet the Fallen Angel said…
Misty... saw your question about Google Chrome in Technophiles. DEFINITELY TRY IT!! I downloaded it out of curiousity and it showed incredible speed and easy usability... as well as a FAR lower risk of malware and cookie invasions than IE. It's Great! ^_^
At 12:24am on December 15, 2010, Micky Bradford said…

Why thank you Misty but you know that's not me I hope!

At 8:47am on November 14, 2010, Sydni Moser said…

Greetings Misty - So sorry for the delay in getting back to you. I have yet to post my Halloween party pictures... (So much to do and so little time.) The party was a success, but there is a story to be told about what happened that I will post along with my pictures, soon. I see you are planning your Thanksgiving dinner. That curry sauce sounds delish, have you posted the recipe yet? I have begun to post recipes for a Vegan/Vegetarian un-turkey day. You should check it out for some ideas. Personally, I always enjoyed the 'side' dishes far more than the turkey. So what costume did you finally decide on for Halloween? Curious minds want to know.... Any snapshots? Looks like I'm going to start a Winter Solstice group very soon. Hopefully, Jean Marie will be my partner in this venture (?) It's a big job to keep it up and going if no one bothers to add discussions or even comment.... Yet, we do NEED this group on T/A, don't you agree? Be well, and come visit once in a while : )
At 12:44am on October 15, 2010, Atheist Exile said…
That's embarrassing . . . I thought we were already friends! :-)

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