Atheists who say Atheism is a Religion

Atheists who say Atheism is a Religion

There are 354 comments on the About.com story from Jan 15, 2011, titled Atheists who say Atheism is a Religion. In it, About.com reports that:

The claim that atheism is a religion is more often heard from religious theists -- and Christians in particular -- than from atheists.

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QUEEN OF EVERYTHING

Monroeville, AL

#372 Feb 19, 2011
East Haven 5 wrote:
FINALLY a breakthrough......... muscles were cut but not ab's! Thank you, it only took 8 posts to make you figure it out.
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Still waiting for you to tell us WHICH MUSCLES THOSE ARE, Angie!
;D

(hint: it's in the op report -- off a perfectly legitimate site)

“Stand Up for What You Believe!”

Since: Sep 08

La mia bell'Italia

#373 Feb 19, 2011
You are a liar, you posted from a cancer article, and you are also lying about all these women you have spoken to. Using a cancer article to misrepresent a c-section is disgusting and disrespectful to those poor women who had to go through that. It is a MUCH more difficult surgery to go through than a c-section.
The only reason women would have bladder leakage is due SOMETIMES TO VB, never to c-sections.
And even that on WEB MD (a medical site) they have found is rarely true.

Out of all the girls I know who had them, none had to go back for more surgery. Maybe if one is overweight they have more complications, I don't know.
QUEEN OF EVERYTHING wrote:
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Of course you DID WHAT YOU WERE TOLD Angie. You always HAVE -- except in your nasty little catlick mind.
There, your fantasies run WILD, don't they.
But you're stuck now Angie.
You're Lucy Jordan!
I've had to talk to lots of women who've had at least 2 of those "bikini" cuts. Most are all full of MUSCLE ADHESIONS -- which require more surgery. They also complained NON-STOP about bladder leakage -- which gets worse as they approach and pass their forties. Some of them have to wear a pessary, or their uterus will fall out on the sidewalk.
This is all in your future Angie. And if you are stupid enough to dump a third one, your chances of dying are waaaaaay up there.
LOL!

“Stand Up for What You Believe!”

Since: Sep 08

La mia bell'Italia

#374 Feb 19, 2011
Again, you are a liar, you used a CANCER article. I posted 5 times that the outer layer OVER the muscles are cut.
When you have a child then discuss it, I'm done. What you did was sick.
QUEEN OF EVERYTHING wrote:
<quoted text>
Still waiting for you to tell us WHICH MUSCLES THOSE ARE, Angie!
;D
(hint: it's in the op report -- off a perfectly legitimate site)
QUEEN OF EVERYTHING

Monroeville, AL

#375 Feb 19, 2011
East Haven 5 wrote:
You copied someone else's report. Are you really that crazy?
Calling my children retarded when you go to yahoo answers for your source citations. You are a real winner. They know better than that!
You are calling my CHILDREN retarded? You are a sick, jealous person who needs lots and lots of therapy, which is why it doesn't do anything but show your seething jealosy. This has nothing to do with atheism and religion to you. It is you just being an unhappy, miserable person.
That's on you, only you can change it.
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Their retardation is GUARANTEED Angie -- BY NATURE AND NURTURE.

(It has EVERYTHING to do with religion, Angie. If you were just a regular IGNORAMUS, I wouldn't have NEAR the contempt I do for you.

LOL!
QUEEN OF EVERYTHING

Monroeville, AL

#376 Feb 19, 2011
East Haven 5 wrote:
You are a liar, you posted from a cancer article, and you are also lying about all these women you have spoken to. Using a cancer article to misrepresent a c-section is disgusting and disrespectful to those poor women who had to go through that. It is a MUCH more difficult surgery to go through than a c-section.
The only reason women would have bladder leakage is due SOMETIMES TO VB, never to c-sections.
And even that on WEB MD (a medical site) they have found is rarely true.
Out of all the girls I know who had them, none had to go back for more surgery. Maybe if one is overweight they have more complications, I don't know.
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Sorry Angie -- the op reports described a c-section via horizontal incision.

You can't stop lying now, though, can you?
QUEEN OF EVERYTHING

Monroeville, AL

#377 Feb 19, 2011
East Haven 5 wrote:
Again, you are a liar, you used a CANCER article. I posted 5 times that the outer layer OVER the muscles are cut.
When you have a child then discuss it, I'm done. What you did was sick.
<quoted text>
The outer layer is called the "fascia," then come the muskles, Angie.

Good! Fkoff!

(But you'll be back -- because you're obsessed -- and can't, apparently, be embarrassed!)

“Stand Up for What You Believe!”

Since: Sep 08

La mia bell'Italia

#378 Feb 19, 2011
Thank you. I believe you did. The question was posed due to the incorrect info. about c-sections. Now I know why, b/c it had nothing to do w/ c-sections.
Do you have bladder leakage as someone claims? I don't. Did you have to go in for another operation?

From the type of cut you describe I don't think they cut your muscles, just the layer over them, even though it felt that way.

queen is trying to say everyone who had a c-section is flabby and their ab's are shot. It is just not true, unless the person was very heavy to begin with from what I have read. The only thing I have is a scar that is barely noticeable, but does feel numb sometimes because of the nerve endings that were cut through in the upper layer of the skin.
Ocean56 wrote:
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I've had ONE, and the incision was made HORIZONTALLY, right at the bikini line. I can still see the scar, and it is DEFINITELY horizontal. Since you were asking about c-sections, I thought I'd give you my personal observation. Hope it helped.

“Stand Up for What You Believe!”

Since: Sep 08

La mia bell'Italia

#379 Feb 19, 2011
Word for word from cancer surgery, as I stated you have no shame. If not, post the link then. I found it WORD FOR WORD on under abdominal cuts for CANCER.
QUEEN OF EVERYTHING wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry Angie -- the op reports described a c-section via horizontal incision.
You can't stop lying now, though, can you?

“Stand Up for What You Believe!”

Since: Sep 08

La mia bell'Italia

#380 Feb 19, 2011
OK, Rosie if it helps you sleep at night. And if they WERE retarded in anyway I would still love them just as much. Unlike you, luckily you don't have children. What a shame that would be, to raise children on hate and no love.
QUEEN OF EVERYTHING wrote:
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Their retardation is GUARANTEED Angie -- BY NATURE AND NURTURE.
(It has EVERYTHING to do with religion, Angie. If you were just a regular IGNORAMUS, I wouldn't have NEAR the contempt I do for you.
LOL!
QUEEN OF EVERYTHING

Monroeville, AL

#381 Feb 19, 2011
East Haven 5 wrote:
Word for word from cancer surgery, as I stated you have no shame. If not, post the link then. I found it WORD FOR WORD on under abdominal cuts for CANCER.
<quoted text>
Here it is AGAIN, you dumb coochie!

CESAREAN SECTION

PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Nonreassuring fetal heart rate pattern.

POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Nonreassuring fetal heart rate pattern.

OPERATION PERFORMED: Primary emergent cesarean section with a low transverse uterine incision.

SURGEON:John Smith, M.D.

ANESTHESIA GIVEN: General endotracheal anesthesia.

INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: This is a 19-year-old white female, gravida 1, estimated date of confinement 07/02/2004, who was admitted for induction secondary to post-datism. Her cervix was thick and closed. Cervidil was placed. Around 2:00 a.m., she began having decelerations and Cervidil was removed. Oxygen was started and the fetal heart rate pattern improved. However, we watched this very closely and she progressed to about 9 cm, but began having significant decelerations again. There was loss of variability and the decelerations appeared to be late decelerations. She was given Terbutaline intravenously as tocolysis and operating room crew was called for a STAT cesarean section.

DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIVE PROCEDURE: With the patient in the supine position, the abdomen was prepped with isopropyl alcohol. She was draped in the usual fashion with an Ioban drape. Crash induction of general anesthesia with endotracheal intubation was performed.

A Pfannenstiel skin incision was made and extended through the subcutaneous tissue to the fascia.

*****The fascia was incised transversely. The underlying muscles were sharply and bluntly divided. Muscles were divided in the midline. The peritoneum was entered sharply. The anterior uterine peritoneum was incised transversely******.

A bladder flap was developed and a low transverse uterine incision was made with the knife and extended bluntly. The infant's head was delivered. There was a nuchal cord x 1 which was reduced. The infant's nasopharynx and choanae were suctioned with delivery of the body. The cord was doubly clamped and divided with delivery of the body. The infant was handed off to the waiting pediatrician. Apgar scores were 8 at one minute and 9 at five minutes. Cord blood was obtained. The placenta was manually removed. The uterus was exteriorized. The uterine cavity was explored and found to be free of retained secundum. The uterine incision was closed with a single layer of running, locking 2-0 Vicryl suture. The abdomen was evacuated of clots, sponges, and debris.

*****The muscles were reapproximated in the midline with interrupted 2-0 Vicryl sutures. The fascia was closed with running looped 0-PDS and 3-0 Vicryl subdermal sutures were placed. Skin was closed with staples.********

Sterile dressing was placed. The patient was awakened and taken to the postoperative recovery room in good condition, having tolerated the procedure well. Estimated blood loss was 600 cc. Sharp count and sponge count were correct.

(See Angie -- I told you -- you can't STOP! You're crazeeeeeeeee, Angie! LOL!

“Citizen_Patriot_ Voter_Atheist!”

Since: May 09

Earth,TX

#382 Feb 19, 2011
East Haven 5 wrote:
I didn't say it and neither did the author. The author was AGAINST it. You should really read the article first.
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Did she or didn't she say "I am certain there are more; hence the article", well if we are referring to the Idiot Liar East Haven 5, then I would have to say, YES! Yes, yes, once again a lie.

Emphatically yes, she lies and she lies. Just watch her lie, do not however call her a liar. Doing so simply gets her to give you credit for her lies. In less than 100 posts, she will credit me with the post that Ocean 56 responded to.

The one with those same words, "I am certain there are more; hence the article", that she'll claim she didn't write but still they somehow managed to show up as an original part of her post.

So watch her lie, watch her lie, watch her lie. Acknowledge other peoples lies, but never hers. She doesn't acknowledge them and neither can you.
LCNLin

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#383 Nov 27, 2013
Seem like a religion or a philosophy
since atheist are quick
to deny both... a bit to quick?

“Citizen_Patriot_ Voter_Atheist!”

Since: May 09

Earth,TX

#385 Nov 28, 2013
LCNLin wrote:
Seem like a religion or a philosophy
since atheist are quick
to deny both... a bit to quick?
Troll!
LCNLin

United States

#386 Nov 28, 2013
Another Equivocation observed with amusement.

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