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Re: [atheists-331] The five biggest misconceptions about secularism

From: Scott
Sent on: Sunday, October 7, 2012 1:34 PM
On 10/7/2012 1:31 PM, Cathy M. wrote:
>>Maybe a combination of "no sex" and "no technology" rules, like Shakers
>>crossed with Amish, would make sure no one wants to join.
> Ah, but they both have healthy food and nice woodworking. This has to be
> something that has NO appeal. Perhaps we could invent one? I am thinking
> something where you are forced to memorize and recite obscure sections
> of the tax code. It would be mandatory that you go thru a ceremony as a
> child where this code is read aloud...really boring music is played. The
> code is sung by people in polyester. The church "priests" would be
> employees of the state motor vehicle dept. That trauma is sure to send
> everyone fleeing from the experience for life. 

Memo to self: never get Cathy mad at me, and then ask her to plan my event.


`-- c8 ]

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