Who here is suggesting that believing in ghosts, etc. makes one an atheist?
When others tell you that some sort of god healed them, maybe you should suggest that they opt out of their health insurance, stop seeing their doctor, skip the medications, etc. Think of all the money they'd save by letting their god do the healing.
Yes, my guess is that he's not about to trust his health to prayer either. Seems interesting given that he's so fond of insisting that prayer works.
Wide variety here too. Classic hard rock and metal have long been my favorites, but my collection is fairly diverse. I haven't kept up with any new rap, but I still listen to some of the pre-2000 stuff from time-to-time.
Cool. I've been meaning to check out Gojira, and now I've got a specific album to find.
The selling of mailing list thing drives me crazy too. This is a big part of what prompted me to pull the plug on several more politically-oriented organizations I joined awhile back. They were even worse about doing this, and it created piles of junk mail. The irony of environmental groups sending me junk mail I didn't want was not lost on me.
I tried to do that briefly but gave up after I found it too difficult and time consuming to get accurate calorie counts of everything I ate. I've been happy with the results so far, but I may revisit doing this at some point if I decide to accelerate the process.
It is. I just thought it might be nice for them to save money by not having to send me things that I don't want.
I suspect that many Christians will just insist that none of these guys are "real Christians."
It comes with a small dongle that plugs into the USB port of any computer so that it can sync without needing a Bluetooth device. The syncing is kind of the point to it, but it can certainly be used without a smartphone. In fact, I usually prefer to check it from my desktop computer than my phone.