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02-06-2013, 06:44 PM
RE: agnostic paradox
My son said she was the reason he became atheist. He came across one of her vids years ago, before she appeared in her videos and said she made sense. Smile

I never subscribed to her channel and never really watched her...but I've heard lots of people saying what a twat she is....lol.

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Wind's in the east, a mist coming in
Like something is brewing and about to begin
Can't put my finger on what lies in store
but I feel what's to happen has happened before...


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02-06-2013, 07:10 PM
RE: agnostic paradox
Then she can't be all bad. But, she's pretty bad. Thinking about young men deconverting through the wiles of atheist girls brought up this memory...




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02-06-2013, 07:23 PM
RE: agnostic paradox
Yep - I love Christina Rad, too. Heart I still watch her ... when I even watch videos. I'm not the avid Tuber I used to be.

Of course, I still get a phone notice when Philhellenes uploads or talks to me. Not long ago, he alluded to a new vid coming up and advised we wouldn't have to wait 'til Xmas to see it. Something to wait for. Shy

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02-06-2013, 08:51 PM
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Here I am nine pages of the prophet's ramblings later. Still have my coffee mug keeping my mind lubricated, lord knows I needed it for that. I think I know what I want to say, but I have no idea how.

HoC, you have mastered the absurd. I salute you. By the end of the thread I was no longer confused. I understood nothing, but I think I got it.

Quote: The mind that reads the word simulates the mind of the writer. There's the science; the only problem here is being "crazy prophet" who has a very good idea why religion makes people crazy.

If nothing else, you have reawakened the abstract and that feels pretty good right at the moment. It's been a long day and I needed it.

I don't get you. But I think I'm a step closer to getting it. Whatever it is. I guess we all figure that out for ourselves, or we die trying. Good stuff.

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