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June 09, 2007


Richard Harris

I quote, "...religious leaders can't stand rock and pop culture". Well, maybe that's because they see the competition for people's minds as a danger to their own fading hegemony?

Of course, the true believer in either of these mind-control social-constructs doesn't see them for what they are - the two biggest-ever cons against humanity.

Now, are there any atheistic songs without an ugly noise for accompaniment? (I guess that's like asking a Christian if his religion isn't founded upon superstition.)

Valerie Cantone

You should link up to my blog in NYC. It's called "The Atheist Diaries", http://theatheistdiaries.blogspot.com

One of my contributor's, Duane, did a post called "Atheist Rap"; really, just something of a reprint.

Your friend,


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