“ I had a lot of fun. Nice bunch. ”
— Charlie F. on Sep 28, 2015.
“ Great forum for open-minded discussion of critical thinking, science and much more. ”
— Eric H. on Jul 29, 2015.
“ Good people, great to hang out with. ”
— Frank C. on Apr 14, 2015.
“ I am withholding judgement for now but intend to attend again before forming any firm opinion. The group which attended tonight was great and all seemed to be nice people, but in the din of noise I can't judge how any of them would be able to express their thoughts on skepticism. ”
— Frank on Oct 27, 2014.
“ Great group of people that genuinely attempt to improve their critical thinking skills. It's nice to have discussions with people that take a rational approach to understanding things. ”
— Michael T. on Sep 24, 2014.
“ Great group. Good to see everyone ”
— Wayne S. on Sep 23, 2014.
“ Great group of folks! ”
— George S. on May 29, 2014.
“ Informative, intellectually stimulating. ”
— Sandra A. on Sep 25, 2013.
“ Interesting topics, challenging discussions, unpredictable range of topics. Fun, interesting, educational. ”
— Eric H. on Jun 27, 2013.
“ Good enough to make me think about it some more. ”
— A. Barbara A. on Jun 26, 2013.
“ Triangle Skeptics is a very interesting club. It's fit for anyone with an open mind! ”
— Mike S. on Feb 27, 2013.
“ These are come fun people! ”
— Ed on Jan 3, 2013.
“ This was my first meeting. Based on this meeting, I will certainly attend again. ”
— Ron on Oct 25, 2012.
“ so far so good.........I'm waiting to have fun at the discussion meetings ”
— Dennis N. on Sep 11, 2012.
“ I will visit again. ”
— rixdobbs on Mar 22, 2012.
“ promising ”
— Jack van D. on Jan 12, 2012.
“ The meetings are shaping up nicely. I like that there's leaders/proponents for topics and that there's usually some material/visual that is shared at the meetings, and that others are allowed to bring a subject/article for discussion. It is nice that discussion is polite, respectful and invites all points of view. My only suggestion is finding a way to make sure that everyone's thoughts are heard so that the more shy or soft-spoken people don't go un-noticed. Perhaps assigning a "staker" or some order to speaking. Great group! ”
— Francisco C. on Jan 12, 2012.