Uasal

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About Uasal

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Marital Status
    Married
  • Location
    Florida

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  • Grateful For
    life, love, family, and science.
  • Your Motto
    Fear is the mind-killer
  • Doctrine /Affiliation
    Secular Humanist
  1. To be fair - many atheists couldn't care less about the Pledge or God on the money or legislation or anything else. The only thing all atheists have in common is the fact that they do not profess that there is/are a god/gods that exist. Herding cats and all. I consider myself an agnostic atheist for the following reasons: - I feel the term "god" is lacking sufficient definition. There are many things people wish to consider a "god" or "gods", and they all appear to have mutually exclusive traits. When theism can decide what exactly a "god" is, at that point I will bother worrying about
  2. The label I use depends greatly on my audience. When speaking with "I'm not religious but I'm spiritual" types, I refer to myself as a secular humanist. When in rational discussions with people of sound mind, I'm an agnostic atheist (a solid 6.9/7 on the Dawkins scale). When getting rid of Saturday morning door-knockers and people passing out flyers in the park, I'm a blasphemous apostate.