you post mostly about religion, all from one point of view, your points are mostly obtuse like this thread or your attempt to hijack the thread about the train derailment.mairteenpak said:I post about many things
Why the hostility to the notion of non believers in an Abrahamic God having equal rights in our society?
I was answering hopi's question regarding what the HAI could bring to the table which is not the same at all as stating other members don't have such experience.myk said:you think there is no rational discourse at Sustaining Progress? you think the other members don't have such experience?imokyrok said:
Pastafarian breakthrough in Austria. Will Ireland be next to crumble?Should this thread be locked on the grounds of arrant stupidity?
What do p.iesters think?
'Pastafarian' wins religious freedom right to wear pasta strainer for driving licence - Telegraph'Pastafarian' wins religious freedom right to wear pasta strainer for driving licence.
A self-styled "pastafarian", Mr Alm said he belonged to the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, which lampooned religion. "Today I was able to get my new driving licence, and in it you can clearly see that I'm wearing a colander on my head to demonstrate my allegiance to the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster," Mr Alm wrote in his blog.
"My headwear has now been recognised by the Republic of Austria."
The spaghetti church was founded in 2005 in opposition to pressure on the Kansas school board in the United States to teach the theory of intelligent design in biology class as an alternative to evolution, and since then it has engaged in a light-hearted campaign against religion.
Key to the beliefs of pastafarians is that the world was created by the Flying Spaghetti Monster, but, owing to the monster being inebriated at the time of creation, it has a flawed design.