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#23 Aug 12, 2013
LCNlin wrote:
ah for the pre 1988 days in East Germany (DDR)
when the atheist government could arrest and silence those who did not agree?
Is there a totalitarian aspect to militant atheism?
Some atheists seem to want to silence those who do not agree? Odd :-)
Now try proving your god in the third person and see if you sound any smarter.

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#24 Aug 12, 2013
LCNlin wrote:
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Defending East Germany is not a surprise.
Communism on the junk heap of history and philosophy.
Trust a creationist to bring up nazism & communism when asked to prove the god he lies about everyday. Perhaps taking inspiration?
Thinking

Royston, UK

#25 Aug 12, 2013
I'd never defend communism.

To follow communism requires the blind faith you also find in religious types.

I prefer to think for myself than to follow any cult.
LCNlin wrote:
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Defending East Germany is not a surprise.
Communism on the junk heap of history and philosophy.

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Since: May 09

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#26 Aug 12, 2013
LCNlin wrote:
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Imagine you are fun to be with at breakfast ;-)
From previous and various accounts, I'd have to say that is a correct assumption.
LCNlin

United States

#27 Aug 12, 2013
After undergoing abdominal surgery in June, Prince Philip stepped out of the spotlight for two months while recovering at his royal residence. But the 92-year-old prince is tending to his public duties once again, as he made his first official engagement at the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Scotland’s national academy of science and letters, to pass out medals on Monday.

Onlookers greeted the prince with cheers as he made his way to the event for a short visit.

"It's a great pleasure to be back in circulation again," Prince Philip quipped from the podium.

The event's attendees told ITV reporter Debi Edward that the prince seemed in good spirits, perhaps even more so than in year's past.

"I thought he was in great form," said Sir John Arbuthnott of the Royal Society. "We see him every year, and he was perhaps a bit more relaxed this year than he was last year."

Phillip even made a jest about his own mortality when asked by the Royal Society's president if young Prince George might come along to pass out medals at the event in future years.

"Yes, but I won't be here," a medal recipient said the prince responded.

The Duke of Edinburgh is expected to meet his new grandson in Balmoral, Scotland, where he will join Queen Elizabeth II for the rest of their traditional summer break, according to Edward.

The prince spent 11 days in the hospital and was expected to make his first public engagement in early autumn. His decision to step forward sooner has suggested to some that Philip is healthy and making a strong recovery.

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#28 Aug 12, 2013
The title of this thread makes me laugh-it's quite a clever pun.

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#29 Aug 13, 2013
LCNlin wrote:
After undergoing abdominal surgery in June, Prince Philip stepped out of the spotlight for two months while recovering at his royal residence. But the 92-year-old prince is tending to his public duties once again, as he made his first official engagement at the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Scotland’s national academy of science and letters, to pass out medals on Monday.
Onlookers greeted the prince with cheers as he made his way to the event for a short visit.
"It's a great pleasure to be back in circulation again," Prince Philip quipped from the podium.
The event's attendees told ITV reporter Debi Edward that the prince seemed in good spirits, perhaps even more so than in year's past.
"I thought he was in great form," said Sir John Arbuthnott of the Royal Society. "We see him every year, and he was perhaps a bit more relaxed this year than he was last year."
Phillip even made a jest about his own mortality when asked by the Royal Society's president if young Prince George might come along to pass out medals at the event in future years.
"Yes, but I won't be here," a medal recipient said the prince responded.
The Duke of Edinburgh is expected to meet his new grandson in Balmoral, Scotland, where he will join Queen Elizabeth II for the rest of their traditional summer break, according to Edward.
The prince spent 11 days in the hospital and was expected to make his first public engagement in early autumn. His decision to step forward sooner has suggested to some that Philip is healthy and making a strong recovery.
Maybe you should address the daily grooming habits of Ashton Cooper and maybe those of Joel Weinberger too.

There is some possibility that at some time, someone in the atheist forum, may actaully give a damn, and of course that would mean, that you should go ahead and address the topic, here and now.

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