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August 18, 2011 / itsnobody

Contemplating what to share…

Not sure how much information I should share if I’m going to save some information for a book I might write. But if I write a book I might gain public fame, and public fame is something that I do not want. So perhaps it may be better to remain anonymous.



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  1. red nig / Mar 9 2014 11:34 am

    I love editing, researching, and you need to do a book. A lot of people in academia when going against the PC crowd publish anonymously. Go for it! You have a lot to say and I’m spreading the word.

    • pixelguy10 / Aug 8 2015 8:04 am

      Just because he has a lot to say, doesn’t mean what he has to say is useful. “Atheists are subhuman” “Atheists deserve to be made fun of” Yeah.

  2. Chris P / Feb 5 2012 11:56 pm

    Maybe you’d better remain anonymous – wouldn’t want to harm your job prospects when you go for an interview with an atheist.

    Scaredy cat.

    • itsnobody / Feb 8 2012 2:32 am

      That’s a good idea. I’ll remain anonymous.

      • rednig / Aug 8 2015 8:09 pm

        Atheists are destructive. And, they tend to lower the national IQ, if research is correct. Much of the violence and drug use in schools is thanks to their if-it-feels-good attitude.

        Atheism and intelligence
        The Rise and Fall of the Worlds IQ

        Teaching children that they’re animals (thereby siding with the KKK and Nazis on that) leads to pleasure before anything. Nietzsche stated that Europe would go atheist, then pleasure would take over, a form of selfishness, narcissistic. Because children interfere with pleasure, soon, the family would grow smaller, then smaller, and then there would be families with no children. Europe today has an inverse population growth, as does Japan and other atheistic nations. He said then marriage would be seen as detrimental to pleasure, and that would go. In the end, there would be one lone, aging European sitting before his fire trying to figure out how to have pleasure all by himself and starve to death. What he missed was the take-over of Europe by foreigners who are religious and having large families. Soon, Europe will be gone as we know it.

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