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It is very important not to mistake hemlock for parsley; but not at all so to believe or not in God.

Diderot

I know they’re after me, but i don’t know them.

Mother asks me why i’m not with her, why we were never together, like love’s that easy. And maybe it is, but then it’s just never been for me. And maybe she’s out there or right here and i just can’t see or forgot to listen because i’m always too busy talking and hiding and killing and dying.

The weather’s turning and i’ll be able to live again, but, for now, this iniquitous hole’s all i need.

I feel all disjointed in here today, like the voices are all speaking different languages. Anyway, i’ve some exciting news for you all soon. I can say that in a plural sense because i know how many hits i get a day and there’re at least a few people who come here every couple of days, which is more than i expected. Didn’t really think anyone would care to see this project happen, but, i mean, here, or rather, there you are, reading. I’m excited about tell you lot about it, too. Probably about a week or so from now, it’ll be ready for consumption.

Apatheism describes the manner of acting towards a belief or lack of a belief in a deity; so applies to both theism and atheism. An apatheist is also someone who is not interested in accepting or denying any claims that gods exist or do not exist. In other words, an apatheist is someone who considers the question of the existence of gods as neither meaningful nor relevant to his or her life.

I am neither an atheist nor a communist, but i am blamed for both.

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