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incrocio3
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Wow, William Charles...that’s a lot of preaching for an atheist website. We can still comment and feel saddened by the loss of 800 years of architectural achievement, art and history without having to lament every injustice in the world. People can be upset by both. No need to clutch your pearls in outrage.

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Tcass2
Arkansas, USA

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I'm pretty much an introvert lately. Finding like minded people in south Arkansas is not easy so a friend told me about this site. I hope I have the same luck as him.


I think it's a cover up. The mudflood followers thinks it was to destroy the spire.

OliverEcurb
OliverEcurb4
Tulsa, Kenya

Humanist, Agnostic, Freethinker, Atheist, Secularist
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Honest to my self,decided to live free from Religion and rules fuelled by family ways, life is mine I have to enjoy it or suffer to make it better for those comming.. Let everyone choose his ways,think free and live free from mythical believes..


DistilledMoon
DistilledMoon4
Haverhill, Beverly, USA

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Recent survivor domestic abuse, survivor childhood abuse and sexual assault. Two beautiful daughters under two. Looking to be loved the way I love whether that is platonic or romantic.


Here is a good example of what she is saying: A guy and a girl very attracted to each other at a masquerade party got to talking but were both there with someone else. They talk again years later, every time they do they attempt or swear they are going to meet up, hook up, or go on a date (depending on the needs they both share that time). Except finally they meet almost 10 years later. Guy gets drunk he is so nervous, Uber’s to meet up with girl. Girl and guy go at it, even have sex (albeit half sex because guy is so drunk and things don’t work properly) and the guy tells the girl she is his dream girl. Guy goes home not even sober the next day and then proceeds to ghost girl. Girl is almost heartbroken because she thought unrequited love was going to happen. Two months later guy texts girl. Girl friend zoned him because of well... being fuckzoned. Guy stops texting. I think this is what the tweet kind of refers to although more drama filled and painful?

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