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The Compleat Heretic's Guestbook Archive:
Volume 30 (10 Dec 2011 - 20 Jun 2012)

This page was last modified on 15 December 2012.

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My E-mail: geed@yahoo.com

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My E-mail: bennybyler@aol.com
How did you find me?: Web search
Do you like my site?: Yes!
Will you visit again?: Yes!
Will you recommend site to others?: Yes!
Do you think I'm insane?: No way!

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Webmaster's Response:
Matt Wallace's The Compleat Heretic is my personal web site in which I share some portion of my experiences and thoughts with the goal of providing an interesting, informative, and user-friendly web site that attempts to make the specifics of my life somehow universally applicable to the lives of other human beings. That's not to say that you should live your life precisely as I live mine, but rather you should follow my example and live your life as a deliberate process of self-discovery, self-actualization, and self-affirmation. Given enough time and the proper effort, you too will discover the good and the bad of the unique, extraordinary human being that you are and learn to love yourself all the same, in all your glory and all your horror, and perhaps most especially your horror.

— The Compleat Heretic

Thomas D. Kew wrote on 16 June 2012, 12:32:15 EDT
My E-mail: thomasktseem@gmail.com
My Location (City, State, etc.): London, UK

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Jean Wiltfong wrote on 16 June 2012, 01:13:25 EDT
My E-mail: jdwiltfong@gmail.com
My Location (City, State, etc.): Lawndale
How did you find me?: google
Do you like my site?: great
Will you visit again?: yes
Will you recommend site to others?: yes
Do you think I'm insane?: no

I wanted to know what vets thought about homosexuals in the military. Your experience confirms my fears, which is the USA may have difficulty staying strong with this type of behavior approved of and even applauded by the Sec of Defense "gay pride in the military". I am so sorry to the military for this happening. Very sad indeed.

Webmaster's Response:
Yes, I saw a portion of Defense Secretary Leon Panetta's video recognizing June as "Gay Pride Month" in the U.S. military. Yes, I turned away in anger and disgust. And yes, I reaffirm the following:

The Military's Ban Against Homosexuals Should Remain     (Essay; 25 July 1994)

Transcript of official statement of 7 August 1987     (Military Legal Testimony; 7 August 1987)

Ban against homosexuals must remain     (Newspaper Column; 4 February 1993)

Rooming with gays changed soldier's mind     (Letter to the Editor; 2 August 1993)

. . . and no amount of psychobabble propagandizing for the normalization of homosexuality will change that...

"This We'll Defend"

— James Matthew Wallace (aka The Compleat Heretic), Sergeant, U.S. Army (1985-1993), Honorably Discharged

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My E-mail: iwillnotellxxz@gmail.com

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— The Compleat Heretic

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My Location (City, State, etc.): Ireland

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Webmaster's Response:
Hmm, apparently Irish pubs have internet access...

Given that webmastering a personal web site is an exercise in self-affirmation, I suppose one could refer to me as an "auto approve" in one interpretation of that odd phrase. The reference to me as a "moderate" is probably meant to be an insult and a provocation which appears to be confirmed by "sorry yippie" though I rather doubt that an Irishman is familiar with the Yippies, that is, the Youth International Party, a group of American left-wing 'Sixties student radicals.

— The Compleat Heretic

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My Location (City, State, etc.): Somalia

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Webmaster's Response:
The English is decidedly tortured, but I read this as effusive praise for my having created a well-designed, interesting, captivating web site which serves as an example for others to emulate.

— The Compleat Heretic

Jerri Simna wrote on 16 May 2012, 12:08:08 EDT
My E-mail: jerrisimna@aol.com

Again, how perfectly safe to be able to bash Catholics, even though there is absolutely no evidence connected with any linkage between religious beliefs and the woman position. You sound no more advanced than those exactly who insist Obama is really a Muslim. Religious persecution is actually alive and well to the American Left. The nearly all intolerant people we know of. Yes!!!

Webmaster's Response:
Clearly I am being chastised as though I were a Leftist partisan in the "War on Women," but I am at a loss as to why, other than my atheism. I have yet to comment on the Obama administration's ongoing left-wing War on Freedom and its patronizing "defense" of women in the Battle for Religious Liberty, never mind that, using the Democrat talking point, 98% of women, including many Catholic women no doubt, have exercised their freedom to use birth control at some point in their lives and, returning to rationality, obviously were able to pay for it without forcing someone else to do so under penalty of fine and/or imprisonment. Perhaps the answer lies in my tour de force of Compleat Heresy, my 13 April 1998 letter to the editor, Could Clinton actually be a cannibal, too?, in which I combine my atheism and my political conservatism to whack ol' Beelzebubba with a weaponized form of the Catholic dogma of transubstantiation. While my rhetorical objective is clearly anti-Clinton, I cannot deny that I employ a decidedly anti-Catholic and anti-Christian critique as my primary weapon which could be interpreted as anti-Catholic bigotry. Of course, drawing on my heritage in my commentary on the letter probably doesn't help matters as my ancestors include French Huguenots and other Protestants who came to America in the 17th and 18th centuries to escape Catholic persecution...

— The Compleat Heretic

Cobe wrote on 4 April 2012, 18:25:41 EDT
My E-mail: kingcoberaps@gmail.com
How did you find me?: wikipedia link on madalyn murray o'hair's page

Hi, I enjoyed reading your account of your evening with madalyn murray o'hair. I'm fascinated with her and have been surprised how web 2.0 has failed to keep her memory alive very well.

Webmaster's Response:
I'm glad you enjoyed "Meeting Satan Herself," my memoir of Madalyn Murray O'Hair live on stage with "Brother Bob" Harrington in 1977. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to relive one of my great experiences as a Bible Belt teenage atheist once again; it was really quite a show! I must dispute your suggestion that the Web has forgotten her; I submit your finding my reminiscence as evidence to the contrary. Given the notoriously short attention span of popular culture, the persistence and availability of the Internet have prevented Madalyn being lost in the fog of time, the clutter of the Web notwithstanding. She was a creature of her times and seems destined to be little more than a footnote in the history books of those times. In the final analysis, Madalyn Murray O'Hair is probably not much more than one of those characters who is famous simply for being deliberately infamous. But she was quite a character!

— The Compleat Heretic

Michele Pleasants wrote on 31 January 2012, 06:50:11 EST
My E-mail: mish.07@hotmail.com
My Location (City, State, etc.): Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
How did you find me?: Through a link on an anti abortion article.
Do you like my site?: Love it!
Will you visit again?: Definitely.
Will you recommend site to others?: Definitely.
Do you think I'm insane?: You're the most sane person i know of!

My name's Michele and i'm a 20 year old mum. I was raised in a strict catholic household and when i went to highschool i became an agnostic and eventually an atheist. I have never met anybody else who was pro-life (like me) and atheist. Pro-lifers generally tend to be christians. I'm anti abortion due to scientific evidence against it, not due to some crazy religious rubbish! Anyway. I fell pregnant at 17, had my son at 18 and now i'm 20. I've almost finished my bachelors degree in social work. Some of my values include:

Breastfeeding supporter.
Anti religion.

I love your website and will definitely recommend it to family and friends. All your articles are incredibly informative and interesting and i especially enjoyed reading your autobiography which was immensely interesting.

Keep up the wonderful work.

Webmaster's Response:
Hmm, yet another reminder that I really need to devote some long-needed attention to my poor, long-neglected Atheist and Agnostic Pro-Life League, an online organization of nontheistic and nonreligious pro-life/anti-abortion advocates "because life is all there is and all that matters, and abortion destroys the life of an innocent human being."

— The Compleat Heretic

Amanda Stryker wrote on 30 January 2012, 10:05:33 EST
My E-mail: amanda.stryker@aol.com
My Location (City, State, etc.): USA

I need some quick advice. As usual it is on some superstupid topic, this time it is horoscopes :) I apologize for going off topic, I just wanted to ask a quick question of you. Do horoscopes really foretell a person's character? I read this horoscope ebook from this website. Now the character analysis about me is fairly correct but the one about my ex-husband is totally crazily wrong. Please let me know what you think.

Webmaster's Response:
Astrology and horoscopes are complete nonsense, and no serious person takes them seriously, or even frivolously.

— The Compleat Heretic

Phebe Hoffman wrote on 20 January 2012, 19:40:20 EST
My E-mail: phebehoffman@gmail.com
My Location (City, State, etc.): might as well be Mongolia
How did you find me?: Google
Do you like my site?: yes
Will you visit again?: yes
Will you recommend site to others?: maybe
Do you think I'm insane?: don't know

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Jan Lin Giraffek wrote on 21 December 2011, 06:57:27 EST
My E-mail: janlin609@gmail.com
My Location (City, State, etc.): United States

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barking guyz wrote on 10 December 2011, 00:25:12 EST
My E-mail: barkingmad34@gmail.com

Lovely work, although i have been lurking around for awhile i have not got around to commenting til now. cheers

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