I sign on to HP. There it is, first up... "Why God Created Atheists?"
I, as stated before, give up.
I think this stuff detriments HP in G's eyes...
@HP You need to find out.
No, not even a rant, just saying.
Paradigmsearch continues along...
Every now and again, I feel that way too. Not always, because I occasionally participate in a religious thread. Some of them can be very interesting. Others, not so much. Try not to let it get to you too much. It makes me not to see you .
Yeah...I see that everyday too.
And my first thought is "Oh look...they're rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic again!"
Signing On!!! So to speak. Only 5 of the 30 threads are religion at the moment. As opposed to the usual over-half. This site is actually in danger of becoming a normal site!
Normal, meaning Popular? There will be commentators like on Yahoo!, CNN or Fox News. Oh no!
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