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GUEST,musket again BS: Militant atheism has become a religion p (1845* d) RE: BS: Militant atheism has become a religion p 29 Nov 13


Interesting. The person I have most pm and email discussions with, (mainly email because I rarely log in) is someone who will always disagree with me on the issues where we find ourselves sharing threads yet I doubt we have ever had a bad word to say of each other. I hope we never shall.

In the meantime, there are those who either start or respond to threads who make a point of either posting odious views and standing by them (in Akenhateon's case borne of ignorance rather than conviction, you can't educate pork) or post in a provocative manner but always say they are articulating external sources when challenged but are happy to be associated with less than savoury arguments if nobody challenges them. (Keith with his cut and paste jobs, Jack with his hero de Waal. )

I reckon over 90% of my time on mudcat.org is on musical threads. There, the only person I get into slanging matches with has been, funnily enough, posting similar arguments to me in two of Keith's strolls into idealistic fantasy in the BS section.

You know, the minute I worked out many years ago that my middle of the road views couldn't be reflected as socialist, no matter how much I thought I was one, there had to be a reason. That has come to me now.

If Akenhateon and his brutish brand of neo fascist utterings is in his mind socialism, thank Clapton I'm a dirty rotten stinking capitalist. ....




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