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  • Atheism.

    Yesterday I went to the farmers market, and bought a 1 kilo tub of local honey, and a kilo of locally grown potatoes.
    I went to a cafe, and met with other people who share my concerns for the well being of the common people, and we drank coffee, and talked about recent events.
    I went to a Nepalese restaurant and ordered chicken curry, spicy momo, rice, and samosa. I then took this tiny feast to the home of a lady who had asked me over the previous week.
    We watched Star Trek, and ate Nepalese food together.
    I later walked home in a nasty snowstorm.

    This is life as an atheist

  • #2
    Originally posted by Mr Laurier View Post
    Yesterday I went to the farmers market, and bought a 1 kilo tub of local honey, and a kilo of locally grown potatoes.
    I went to a cafe, and met with other people who share my concerns for the well being of the common people, and we drank coffee, and talked about recent events.
    I went to a Nepalese restaurant and ordered chicken curry, spicy momo, rice, and samosa. I then took this tiny feast to the home of a lady who had asked me over the previous week.
    We watched Star Trek, and ate Nepalese food together.
    I later walked home in a nasty snowstorm.

    This is life as an atheist
    And Mr. Laurier saw everything that he had done, and behold, it was very good.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Mr Laurier View Post
      Yesterday I went to the farmers market, and bought a 1 kilo tub of local honey, and a kilo of locally grown potatoes.
      I went to a cafe, and met with other people who share my concerns for the well being of the common people, and we drank coffee, and talked about recent events.
      I went to a Nepalese restaurant and ordered chicken curry, spicy momo, rice, and samosa. I then took this tiny feast to the home of a lady who had asked me over the previous week.
      We watched Star Trek, and ate Nepalese food together.
      I later walked home in a nasty snowstorm.

      This is life as an atheist
      So you didn't thank GOD for your food?

      Selfish?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by nouveau View Post

        So you didn't thank GOD for your food?
        Did GOD give me any food?
        Nope.


        Selfish?
        Huh?
        Random words again?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by OT VIII View Post

          And Mr. Laurier saw everything that he had done, and behold, it was very good.
          It was ok.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Mr Laurier View Post

            It was ok.
            Well, from one one regular shmo to another, it sounded good.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Mr Laurier View Post
              Yesterday I went to the farmers market, and bought a 1 kilo tub of local honey, and a kilo of locally grown potatoes.
              Didn't they have any sweet potatoes?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Tiburon View Post
                Didn't they have any sweet potatoes?
                They may have.

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                • #9
                  Today I'm going to work a shift at the restaurant, and maybe stop for coffee on the way home.
                  I hope we get more snow

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Mr Laurier View Post
                    Yesterday I went to the farmers market, and bought a 1 kilo tub of local honey, and a kilo of locally grown potatoes.
                    I went to a cafe, and met with other people who share my concerns for the well being of the common people, and we drank coffee, and talked about recent events.
                    I went to a Nepalese restaurant and ordered chicken curry, spicy momo, rice, and samosa. I then took this tiny feast to the home of a lady who had asked me over the previous week.
                    We watched Star Trek, and ate Nepalese food together.
                    I later walked home in a nasty snowstorm.

                    This is life as an atheist
                    How diabolical! No wonder theists are so afraid.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Mr Laurier View Post
                      Yesterday I went to the farmers market, and bought a 1 kilo tub of local honey, and a kilo of locally grown potatoes.
                      I went to a cafe, and met with other people who share my concerns for the well being of the common people, and we drank coffee, and talked about recent events.
                      I went to a Nepalese restaurant and ordered chicken curry, spicy momo, rice, and samosa. I then took this tiny feast to the home of a lady who had asked me over the previous week.
                      We watched Star Trek, and ate Nepalese food together.
                      I later walked home in a nasty snowstorm.

                      This is life as an atheist
                      All done in the name of atheism, I take it?
                      Science can take a hike.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Mr Laurier View Post
                        Yesterday I went to the farmers market, and bought a 1 kilo tub of local honey, and a kilo of locally grown potatoes.
                        I went to a cafe, and met with other people who share my concerns for the well being of the common people, and we drank coffee, and talked about recent events.
                        I went to a Nepalese restaurant and ordered chicken curry, spicy momo, rice, and samosa. I then took this tiny feast to the home of a lady who had asked me over the previous week.
                        We watched Star Trek, and ate Nepalese food together.
                        I later walked home in a nasty snowstorm.

                        This is life as an atheist
                        So, these commoners you hang with, do they have an answer how to solve world hunger that doesn't involve spending money and having dates with your preferred gender?

                        Perhaps you can invent a trekky replicator that creates chicken without the whole slavery and slaughter thingy, but still has great taste!

                        You make heart sad when you promote animal cruelty. Atheism bad.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Mr Laurier View Post
                          Yesterday I went to the farmers market, and bought a 1 kilo tub of local honey, and a kilo of locally grown potatoes.
                          I went to a cafe, and met with other people who share my concerns for the well being of the common people, and we drank coffee, and talked about recent events.
                          I went to a Nepalese restaurant and ordered chicken curry, spicy momo, rice, and samosa. I then took this tiny feast to the home of a lady who had asked me over the previous week.
                          Was her name Thelma Lou, and did y'all share a bottle of pop? Did you dust off the old salt and pepper for the big date?

                          We watched Star Trek, and ate Nepalese food together.
                          I later walked home in a nasty snowstorm.

                          This is life as an atheist
                          This narrative is in drastic need of a car chase scene.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Mr Laurier View Post
                            atheism
                            The most vacuous irrational worldview I ever encountered

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ferengi View Post

                              The most vacuous irrational worldview I ever encountered
                              Yes. Much better to build your life around a mythical being.

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