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Cousin Ricky

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I can't connect to EA at all. Anyone else have a problem?

It's hard for me to tell, because my connection stinks so bad. (I have a to-do list of YouTubes piling up 'cause this so-called "high-speed" connection takes 20 minutes to download a 4 minute video... on a good day. :icon_frown:)

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I haven't had any problems logging on to EA, so it must be your connection. I do have trouble downloading videos sometimes - well, OK, usually - but I'm on a library computer, so there's not a damn thing I can do about it.

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I've had a problem for quite some time.  That problem is that whenever I log in to EA, I see militant fundamentalist atheists, crackpot conspiracy theorists, and left wing extremists running roughshod over everyone else.  Since when has becoming an idealogue had anything to do with common sense or skepticism?  I've found a solution to this problem too - I simply don't go there anymore.

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I've had a problem for quite some time.  That problem is that whenever I log in to EA, I see militant fundamentalist atheists, crackpot conspiracy theorists, and left wing extremists running roughshod over everyone else.  Since when has becoming an idealogue had anything to do with common sense or skepticism?  I've found a solution to this problem too - I simply don't go there anymore.


What he said.

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I like Steve's outlook on this subject....the less we dwell on the myriad of problems over at EA, the less chance of our being stained by the dirt they create.  When I'm here, I don't even think about EA.  I used to...not anymore.

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I still lurk there a bit everyday but only for the humor stuff. It's just too hard for me to see all that slamming of people who really don't deserve it and the conspiracy thing is just nauseating.

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I keep going there to maybe meet a fundy who has a chance to see logic, and finally face facts. One guy is kind of okay, and is open, but somehow in the few months I was at the site(I still go by) it went from nice and peaceful to hateful,demeaning, and some stupidity. Sexism and Racism, and more intolerance.

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I tend to ignore certain posters and their posts at EA; I pick and choose which threads I reply to. Occasionally, it's possible to still have a civil discussion on certain topics. But I can understand why it's become too much to stomach for others. There are a lot of people stuck at the emotional age of 12 overrunning the place.

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CAN I HAVE AN AMEN BROTHERS AND SISTERS?

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There are a lot of people stuck at the emotional age of 12 overrunning the place.


Actually, there seems to be a lot of actual teenagers there now - and they're the most mature ones of the bunch!

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Actually, there seems to be a lot of actual teenagers there now - and they're the most mature ones of the bunch!


I have no trouble believing that at all. Young people today are accepting the truth and expressing their faith in Pinky at younger and younger ages.  Kids are smart these days.

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Can't trust those teens. They throw stuff on your land ;)


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