By the way, I have never met an atheist who had turned to despair. That's part of your indoctrination speaking.<quoted text> Prove it.
<quoted text> Well if you are atheist and choose to stay at home and not enjoy raising hell whenever you can then you don't sound like much fun.
<quoted text> No. <quoted text> As an unbeliever i would not need to assume anything about you even if i took the time to think about it and i can make myself feel better by buying a cheap bottle of whiskey and finding a willing female which was never all that hard. <quoted text> Did not have much in the way of imagination nor did i care all that much.
<quoted text> Works? What do i care if it works or not? Atheism leads to despair. If you do not want nasty remarks then don't make them. I'M up there too in age and,''things fall apart, the centre cannot hold, mere anarchy is loosed upon the world.'' You know as well as i do that life goes on and the older one gets the more they disappear in a sense. The less people notice because they demonstrate less interest. Much of my belief has to do with intuition. There has to be justice, there has to be more than just growing old and dying. Otherwise life is ultimately cruel.''A tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.''
And the second thing is, I'm not an atheist. No matter how much you need to believe I am, it won't change the facts. Live with it.