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People just like everyone else.

41 votes
5 comments
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Insecure, God-bashing, baby-eating, gay-loving degenerates.

8 votes
1 comment
3

William Lane Craig's breakfast cereal.

4 votes
1 comment
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Okay

"Okay" is a colloquial word denoting approval, acceptance, agreement, assent, or acknowledgment. "Okay" has frequently turned up as a loanword in many other languages.As an adjective, "okay" means "adequate," "acceptable", "mediocre" often in contra... st to "good"; it also functions as an adverb in this sense. As an interjection, it can denote compliance, or agreement. As a verb and noun it means "assent" As a versatile discourse marker, it can also be used with appropriate voice tone to show doubt or to seek confirmation   more
3 votes
2 comments
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People who just hate God because they are evil, lol.

2 votes
1 comment
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Parasites

1 vote
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TeaPartyAtheist says2013-09-03T23:16:33.0014967-05:00
I have never been discriminated against for being an atheist, but then again, I am a conservative (and an extreme one at that), so conservatives tend to still like me. Liberals just do not talk politics with me.
leojm says2013-09-04T00:31:48.2644051-05:00
Lol. Yep, son't look much at your religion. As long as you are a STRONG Conservative you are welcome to my party. Lol
leojm says2013-09-04T00:32:10.8599394-05:00
Haha, my dumb typos, hate my phone just hate it.
Ragnar says2013-09-05T08:49:02.0095803-05:00
Feels weird to not be able to submit comments on individual posts...
PartTimeHipster says2014-05-24T22:40:29.1297194-05:00
The only time I have a problem with an Atheist is when they b**** about religion being fake. But I have two atheist friends and I like them as people.

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