Started by nuclear, December 09, 2022, 10:01:29 AM
Quote from: nuclear on December 09, 2022, 10:01:29 AMFor me, I would say yes. I live in Mississippi: the bible belt, where over 80% of the population is Christian; I'm apart of the less than 20% non-Christian minority here.It's been kind of hard to find someone IRL who shares my fascination with taboo left-hand path religions like LaVeyan Satanism.It leaves feeling excluded from my local society, which is why I stay indoors and spend most of my days in front of a computer screen.Thank God for sites like this, a place where I can explore alternative theological perspectives.
Quote from: Blackleaf on December 09, 2022, 02:41:35 PMI'm an atheist living in Texas so...yep.
Quote from: nuclear on December 09, 2022, 08:53:09 PMI've never been to Texas. Is it any good? Is it better than Mississippi?
Quote from: Dark Lightning on December 09, 2022, 10:44:35 PMI'll stick with California. It's 45º here in the morning when I walk the dog, and I wear a t-shirt, sleeved shirt, heavy flannel shirt and a horse-blanket lined denim jacket. People ask me, "Are you cold?", and I say, "NOPE!" 😁
Quote from: Blackleaf on December 09, 2022, 09:46:42 PMWe're full of religious fruitcakes, at least in this part of Texas. I hear that Austin is more secular. But no matter what part of Texas you live in, this man is our senator:And this is our governor:I've never lived in Mississippi, so I can't compare, but these two were in charge when our state lost power due to a freeze, bringing business to a halt and killing who knows how many people. Any other state would borrow power from their neighbors, but these geniuses think it is better to keep Texas on its own separate power grids. When Texans were suffering, Cruz took a vacation to Cancun....