July 7th, 2008

pigswim

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Back home. Nookie is more or less unpacked. I need to empty the cooler, food the dog, and go to bed. More detailed convention report will be forthcoming after I have a chance to decompress and digest all the reallyfuckingamazing stuff running around in my head.

Biggest thing for me was that I wasn't the fattest guy at the con anymore, or in the top five. I was solidly and resoundingly in the upper middle of a group of statistically obese people, but far enough down that I was taken for more of being me as a person than me as a pudgepile. I cannot express the difference it made in words quite yet, other than I was a completely different person. And within that, there is both good and bad.

There were also some experiences that I need to filter through yet. I ended up sitting with croonerboy at masquerade and got shuffled around to some badly thought-out cripple seating which kinda pissed me off (put the guy in a wheelchair behind the video camera?), but Timmah made up for it with his company and the occasional copping of a feel. He's a sly one.

More later.
playnaked

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Which is the right religion for you? (new version)
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You scored as Agnosticism

You scored as agnosticism. You are an agnostic. Though it is generally taken that agnostics neither believe nor disbelieve in

God, it is possible to be a theist or atheist in addition to an agnostic. Agnostics do not know or claim to know whether or

not God exists, but could admit that someone else might know. An intellectually honest agnostic would have to take that

position, as he has no more evidence of the impossibility of knowing God than he has of the existence of God.

Agnosticism is a philosophy that God's existence is not proven. Some say it is possible to be agnostic and follow a religion;

however, one cannot be a devout believer if he or she does not truly believe.


Agnosticism


90%

Satanism


80%

Paganism


70%

Haruhism


65%

Atheism


50%

Hinduism


45%

Buddhism


35%

Confucianism


35%

Islam


30%

Christianity


20%

Judaism


10%