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What to do...
#11
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How old is she?
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#12
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Full atheist? What do you mean by that? Agnostic is a tautology as it may happen that I am a product of your mind. Also yes, I am that sexy man that appears on losty's dreams Big Grin

Seriously tough, spare your grandma of that. It would be more productive to teach her to use a computer.
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#13
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something like 58-62. she's a bit shady on her age, she always changes it
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#14
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Welcome, Drako Smile

You can be an agnostic and an atheist at the same time. Most of us are.

I agree with Last Poet: don't tell your grandma.
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#15
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(November 1, 2014 at 7:35 pm)Drako Wrote: something like 58-62. she's a bit shady on her age, she always changes it

That's not really that old. You are going to have deal with it for quite a while. These people rarely get better.

She won't take it well. You might be better off losing interest gradually as least as far as she is concerned. Always have something better to do.
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#16
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Thanks

Yeah definitely not telling her because when I told her I was agnostic she lectured me. On what I don't really remember 'cuz it was a loooooooong lecture. But eventually she let me go. The thing is she wouldn't let me talk and she had her voice raised the whole time so she was super pissed.
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#17
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There are people out there who prefer their fantasy world to reality. Only you know if she is one of those.
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#18
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My grandpa is 82 and gave 0 shits about my lack of belief. He did turn a tear of joy when I asked him advice on working the land for crops.
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#19
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I think people just rely on religion to be there. Like a crutch. That for some people turns you into this hypocritical contradicting speaker-box spewing out lies or things that don't make sense. But there are some people who are true to their religion and turn for the greater good.

And a little side question but do guys tell anyone, and if so are you criticized?

Oh wow. is he like super religious or naw
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#20
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My family will avoid religion near me. They know a resonable whoop-ass would ensue. Besides, there is nothing they can criticize. (That's me that I live on a place that bullshit doesn't ever get over people. Centuries of death because of religion taught us well.)
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