Thread subject: The Dyscalculia Forum :: Pagan Dyscalculics unite!
Posted by Arwen Evenstar on November 24 2009 07:49 AM
FeatherQuill-yea, the 10 minute conversion thing, especially online, boggles me. I've got no problems with Christians in general, it's the fanatics who run their mouths off with hatred I dislike, but not all Christians are like that. The current pastor of the elementary school with that crazy ex-math teacher is really cool (I'm friends with him on Facebook) and thinks my Paganism is awesome. Totally got a kick out of the whole Pagan Pride Day event too.
With the whole "He drowned everyone", a lot of other ancient cultures had flood stories (Epic of Gilgamesh) and it's probably a memory of when a part of the ancient world was flooded from a tsunami or other disaster. *shrugs*
Mmm, history. I'm an Egyptian and Celtic geek. Mythology is amazing-Greek mythology is always fun, but I adore Egyptian and Celtic too.
Rottiewoman-aren't PPDs so much fun? This one took place in Battery Park so I'm sure some native NY'ers and some tourists were like BZUH?! We were right by a cruise ship that takes you to the Statue of Liberty, so everyone kept waving at us when we started the circle. It was cute.
I bought so much stuff though, I was like a kid in a candy store haha.