Bob decided it was time to put his degree in philosophy to work...
Nicely done. You seem to be quite well-spoken. If you weren't anonymous, I might recommend a few public speakings to take advantage of that.Unfortunately, I lack a webcam myself, so I won't be able to participate. Well, unless I record my voice and dum it over a picture of an empty room, and then end my denouncement with a caveat that we may have evidence for the existence of vampires...
I like the sideburns. Sadly enough, I have no speakers at the moment, and so can only comment on the visuals. You opened and closed your mouth a lot. I wonder what you said. I'm sure it was blasphemous.
Very good jo.,Fellow atheist and Texan living in Round Rock.
I'm an athiest. I love saying it.It's so bizarre to be someone's enemy. I felt this hostility from my lifelong friends when I decided to simply change churches. I've recently come out of the closet and stated myself as an atheist. I had a friend who discovered my blog and simply won't talk to me anymore (granted, my blog makes no apologies for laughing at religion). They hate us for not being like them, and there's no wonder they love the idea of a hell where we'll be tortured forever for rejecting their 'love'.
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