February 28, 2013
Board member of Humanists of Colorado, member of Denver Atheists and Boulder Atheists. National groups: FFRF and Atheist Alliance of America.
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Hi Greg. I look forward to meeting you on Sunday (the capital S implies no reverance). I just moved to Aurora. Since you are the Secretary, my guess is that you handle the roster of members. Is it possible for you to share with me the # (no names) of HoC members who live in Aurora? I am curious, (& I may need to know who to call homey)! Thanks.
I will be vacationing in the area sept 4 thru the 7th and sept 10th thur 12th. Anythng going on/in the works with this group? Jeff Friedman. [masked]
Greg, We had about 10 serious visitors (by the 20 second rule) from 1016 to 1116 h, and another 57 in the following 2 hours. Folks who do not think this is an easy task need to stop reading the bibble.
Welcome Greg R.. Alone the task of restoring democracy is impossible; but together we can change the world. We have a long term and short term strategies and tactics. Thank you for taking an interest.
I am hoping to schedule a performance for Sam Singleton Atheist Evangelist in Denver between April 19 and-24. I have penciled in April 22 at Brooklyn at the Pepsi Center, but was told that if a Nuggets game is held that night, we are out.
I need to hook up with someone who can get another venue, preferably on a campus.
Brother Sam did a performance at Tivoli Turnhall several years ago, and it was OK.
Can't wait for tomorrow's potluck and talk. Dr. David Eller is my favorite professor, friend and mentor. I'm anxious as always, to hear him speak, but am also looking forward to meeting some local free thinkers.
Hi Greg: can you please add Laura and me to Leadership team? Thanks ~ deiadra
Hi Greg, lost your e-mail address. Please send it again to [masked] so I can send the web announcement. Cordially, Marvin
welcome to Worldwide YadaYada--loved your self description :)
Thanks for the laugh I got from your favorite saying: "Keep an open mind, but not so open your brain falls out." - Richard Feynman