Perhaps I did, I just didn't want to admit it. Its almost like we decided to take an unannounced sabbatical from each other. Having said that I can't ask her to leave the CoS without her quitting her job and trying to start over somewhere else. She was basically raised in it and I'm afraid she's in too deep to even realize or accept the fact that the CoS is as evil as it is. She has been completely assimilated and I'm not sure how I didn't notice it earlier.
The second argument was a few months ago. From my reading I recognized that she was attempting to apply the tech to me during the course of the argument. Our members are interested in platonic and not-so-plantonic friendships, casual dating, serious relationships and maybe even true love. Around that time I asked her what her official job title was. It took me several tries to get through it but in the end I managed to read it cover-to-cover.
If I'm being honest it was mind-numbingly boring and full of the same old drivel I've come to expect from those types of publications. Users can also indicate on their profile their choice of worship.
She brushed it off and we left. The are basically recruiting for the CoS. Neither of us won and we didn't talk about it for a long time. Mainly how her involvement in the CoS bothered me.
We also believe there is nothing wrong with different sexual orientations. One of the first things she did was to get her into a course. He's looking for a long-term relationship or marriage, exercises six days a week, lives alone and is mostly vegetarian. Never pay a cent, no credit card is ever needed.
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