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  • Appaloosa

    Thank you for posting this. It is well written, balanced, without malice and thought provoking. I wish a lot more from every corner would start to think more rationally about what is happening instead of reacting to what a media icon says is the right or wrong way to think. This individual lives in both worlds, sees the merit and the foibles of both, because we humans are foible, we are imperfect and we are also good at heart, all of us.

  • leweb

    There's again the religious bias. I would appreciate it if we did not confuse atheism with chaos and violence. I understand that in rural communities churches are probably an important part of the social experience, and I don't even have a problem with that (although there are alternatives). But I don't need all the "atheism are destroying the moral fabric of society" bullshit. It bothers me to read all these articles trying to describe the rural perspective in an unbiased way, which I sympathize with, while stereotyping atheists as baby-eating rapists.

  • Appaloosa

    Women are not people. I don't even think they are human. They must be something else, like from another dimension, some kind of heaven, or some kind of hell or some mix in between. In any case, I am in awe of women, from my mom, to my sisters, to my current boss. All really good people and I am so happy to be a part of their lives and I think they may think the same of me (at least I hope)

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