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KYREDERF  
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Member since: 19 December 2013
 By the time you read this, It will be later.
I was born and raised in California. I am Caucasian. I am single. I
am 5' 8'' (1.74m) I have dark eyes and always dark hair. I like ALL
kinds of food. I'm a fooditarian, a ''foodie'' for short. I am not
fat! I am here to meet girls from wherever. I prefer that you speak
(write) English. Love and romance, both. I do not smoke. I can not
sing. I am not a sports fan. I have some hobbies and lots of skills. I
have HAD many different pets. A fish (ran away), a cat (fought a
car.....and lost), a dog (got sick and never recovered), a lizard (set
free) and a Black Widow spider (she had babies and time to go). My
reasoning of God. The plain fact is, religion must die for mankind to
live. Faith means making a virtue out of not thinking. Those who
preach faith who enable and elevate it. Are just slave holders,
keeping mankind in a bondage to fantasy and nonsense that has spawned
and justified so much lunacy and destruction. (The Inquisition, The
Crusades, and September eleventh.) The only appropriate attitude for
man to have about the big questions is not the arrogant certitude that
is the hallmark of religion, but doubt. Doubt is humble, and that's
what man needs to be. That is why rational people, anti-religious
people, must end their timidity and come out and assert themselves. If
you belonged to a political party or a social club that was tied to so
much bigotry, misogyny, homophobia, violence and sheer ignorance as
religion is, you'd resign in protest. To do otherwise is to be an
enabler. If the world does come to an end here, or wherever, decimated
by the effects of religion-inspired nuclear terrorism, lets remember
what the real problem was that we learned how to precipitate mass
death before we got passed the neurological disorder of wishing for
it. That's it. Grow up or die.



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‹ersatz› 11 Sep 14  
perchance we could become friends
 
KYREDERF 11 Sep 14  
Well, IDK. You question MY beliefs. A Freethinker (as I consider myself)
doesn't care what others believe. But it seems to me you trying to dissuade me.
From my beliefs. I also do not know how you are submitting these very personal
questions to me. It's very unconventional to me. So I will let you know. In a
more practical measures for settling.
 
‹ersatz› 10 Sep 14  
I suppose that's respectable enough 
 
KYREDERF 10 Sep 14  
Thank you. See you in Kupika.
 
‹ersatz› 10 Sep 14  
Yeah, I realized that after the post, I forgot I said that xD And in all
honesty I'm not critiquing you. I was just enticed to learn more
 
KYREDERF 10 Sep 14  
That is okay. Did you get the ''answers'' Like I say this is what I BELIEVE.
Not here to change you. It's just MY OWN.
 
‹ersatz› 10 Sep 14  
I never asked for your trust, nor have I told you that I believe in a god.
Opinions are not supposed to go untested, otherwise those people would think
they can get their way with anything. I am definitely ignorant in more than one
place, though as is everybody else. You're no better than myself because you
think you know the answer. I don't know the answer, nobody does; we aren't
watching as scientists prove their own theories behind the scenes. Everything is
an answer to the uncomprehendable. And food for thought, it was science that
created nuclear weaponry, not religion. So what if it's your golden science that
brings upon the end of our race? I think we fucked this planet and its
inhabitants beyond turning back... and both science and religion are the
best-known culprits.
 
KYREDERF 10 Sep 14  
You did ask me to trust you. In your last statement. But I do think you are
right in some of these things you say. I think the Christians in their belief.
If there is a nuclear war. Their spirit will live on and they will say ''I told
you so'' But my remains will be dust in the wind of eternity.
 
‹ersatz› 10 Sep 14  
So you mean to tell me that I have no idea what I know because it's not what
you know? One thing I know about myself for sure is that I'm not as ignorant as
you're making yourself out to be. And being ignorant makes ALL of the
difference, trust me
 
KYREDERF 10 Sep 14  
I can NOT and will NOT ''trust'' you. I am very opened minded. I just believe
in one less god than you and you can't accept MY belief. That makes you very
''ignorant''
 
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