Put a number in my ask and I’ll tell you my favourite
- TV Show
- Thing to Do
- Clothing Store
- Person from history
I WANT TO DO ALL OF THESE OMG
DO THESE OR I WILL SCREM
Thoughts on my family. I love my family. There have always been there for me for things I need. My immediate family is my mom, dad, brother, and myself. My parents have never been divorced and have lived in the same place most of their lives.
I have mixed feelings about the way I was raised. They raised me to be a good person. To be honest, polite, helpful, and so on. They raised me as a Methodist Christian which I was until about age 18-20 then I sort of became an agnostic pantheist (I wasn’t sure what I believed but I still was searching for a religious or spiritual answer- but I’m getting off-topic. Now I am an atheist. My parents know but its rarely brought up. In some ways I feel some resentment that they made me go to church and belief what they did but I always had questions and some of the conflicting ideas of Christian theology vs. Science and reality led me to mg current position.
Day 17: your idol and why you look up to them
I don’t believe in idols. I mean I realize that ancient cults used to worship them as gods and Yahweh frowned upon that sort of thing. (As in he murdered people just for thinking about idols. But I could talk about someone who inspires me.
Matt Dillahunty. That’s the first name I could think of. There are a lot of outspoken atheists that I am following through one internet thing or another. Matt hosts The Atheist Experience a public access Tv/radio/internet show that is about positive atheism and opening the dialogue to theists who call in to talk about why they believe.
They have had some wild and ignorant callers. I guess I like Matt Dillahunty because he reminds me of Frank and the atheist Experience is a lot like the Impact Program except they don’t usually talk about politics but mostly religion. The Atheist Experience filled the hole in my life that the Impact Program once occupied. Not that atheism necessarily created the hole. It could easily be filled with movies or games or a better full time job or something. But TAE has helped me build my arguements and learn how to counter theist arguements on my own.
Day 18: why you made your blog,why you still have it
I first learned about tumblr through Grace Helbig a.k.a. Daily Grace and Michelle Akin formerly FartWHO. I like it better than facebook because it is more creative and fun. I keep this around because I feel like I have something to say and also I can scroll for hours looking at Star Wars art, pop culture mash ups and. Blogs totally devoted to my favorite celebrities like Emma Watson or Mila Kunis.
Day 19: your thoughts on your family Day 20: what you think makes someone beautiful Day 21: everything you wish for in a significant other Day 22: how you judge intelligence Day 23: a month/year of your life when you were happiest and why Day 24: your favorite 10 people right now and why