From: "Michael M. Butler" <email@example.com>
> Olga Bourlin wrote:
> > > From: "Michael M. Butler" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > >
> > > > Maybe so. Me, I do the nontheism thing most of the time
> > > > in my own head but I don't proselytize.
> > I can relate. I do lots of things in my own head, too. Right now, I am
> > thinking of a chicken, flapping its wings and going kluuuuuuck kluck ...
> > kluuuuuuuuuuck ... ;<>
> Whatever makes you happy. Me, I am counting slowly backwards from
> one hundred and reminding myself of the subject line I wrote:
> "choosing one's fights." :) If nontheists were being stoned to death
> in the streets of the US, I might deserve your label. I haven't seen
> that happening. Must be that goshdarned theistic press controlled by
> that theistic power elite suppressing the truth, huh?
> I repeat that I think a sheaf of strategies is useful; if you don't,
> that's human, and I can deal. Doctrinaire *anything* makes my skin itch.
I was trying to be humorous, not doctrinaire. I don't exactly know what you
mean by a sheaf of strategies - does that mean nontheists get a place at the
table or not?
> "You know what heck is, right? It's where people go who don't believe in
> Job One: MAKE YOURSELF USEFUL. If you're not part of the solution,
> what are you doing scumming up the bottom of our beaker? --MMB 02001.09.21
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