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Old 08-29-2011
Our policy (culture) is not to permit religious discussions.

We don't consider this "mean" in the least. It is our policy and all of our moderators support it.

This policy is not going to change, period. Thank you for your comments; but there is no way we are going to permit religious discussions here.

OBTW, I completely disagree with your very wrong statement, "all topics of discussion bump into religion"... that is only true in the minds of people who have strong religious beliefs. These "strong religious beliefs" are not permitted in these forums.
# 9  
Old 08-29-2011
My strong irreligious "beliefs" have been deleted as well when (in)appropriate, so it's hard to claim favoritism.
# 10  
Old 08-29-2011
First of all I'm not trying to start war here,But when I stumbled by this thread I couldn't leave without saying a word.
But I totally agree with KenJackson .
And agree with Neo in some points especially from the article from the blog.
Anyways I'll stop here and say no word.

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