Some Atheists Are
As Bad As Christians
From: "Radios In Motion"
To: "Positive Atheism" <email@example.com>
Subject: About your website ...
Date: Thursday, August 24, 2000 1:20 AM
I just wanted to say I like your site and have been spending some time lately reading. I never knew Mark Twain was an Atheist! Anyway, I wont give a long drawn out speech about how I became an Atheist, so I will just close with this: You have a good site, keep up the good work.
Oh, some Atheists are as bad as Christians. Kinda sad too. I went to a few Atheists sites about a year ago and sent long thought out responses on how I wanted to be a more open Atheist. I received a response back asking for donations. I felt like I was in church again ...
From: "Positive Atheism" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Radios In Motion"
Subject: Re: About your website ...
Date: Thursday, August 24, 2000 6:56 AM
Twain was not an atheist. He wasn't too keen on Christianity, but he wasn't a flat-out atheist.
I pay for this project out of my pension, and a few people send donations to receive the print edition, but I don't really need the money. This month, I put out my 60th consecutive monthly issue of the print edition. That's five years of doing this. I dare you to find the page that asks for money. If you want the print edition, you'll find the page that tells you how to get it.
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