Hometown: Eden, NC
December 22, 2008
Long time skeptic from the time I entered school in 1950, self-outed atheist since 1988; also a member of the Fort Worth Free Thinkers group. My son Kevin, now 40, is an Xtian living in Frisco. I’ll try to bring him to a meet-up.
Whew, that's impossible for me to answer. I'm usually reading 3 to 5 at any given time and I always have a book either in my hand or within arm's reach. History, science, physics, evolution, Civil War. WW II, atheism, philosophy, etc, etc.
As long as it isn't still living, hasn't been dead too inordinately long and isn't liver I'll usually chow down. Andrew Zimmern of "Bizarre Foods" is my hero. I’ve been in 28 countries and have always made it a point to eat the local fare and ask questions later if I dare.
Non conformist in virtually everything.
Fast cars, slow horses, reading, writing, political commentary and constant pursuit of ever increasing personal freedoms and liberties as defined in our Constitution and Bill of Rights.
No answer yet
"I own the company and don't have a personal web site, but plan to some day when time allows."
Great humanists and Americans and we all need to take every opportunity to increase the visibility of both the non-believer and LGBT citizens, and thereby to force our rights and liberties to be recognized by more Americans.
Hey Ken, yeah I used to belong to a British bike riding group (ROTLE) and had a 2001 Triumph Sprint ST. I now have a 2010 Triumph Tiger 1050. Thanks for the greetings. Hope to see y'all there!
Sorry Missed last meeting Ken, was in Houston with Daughter, but it was a very interesting visit. Her new roommates are a physicist, and two philosophers, one actually Teaching at Rice University and getting her Doctorate. Will discuss more of the meeting at the next meeting as well as the discussion of the last election
The Fresh Traveler was delicious, and so was the Basil Strawberry! Thanks for the tip!
hi Ken, welcome again to our group! Look forward to seeing you at our first event, which I'll post soon. See ya then!
Hi Ken, welcome to our group. We look forward to meeting you.