Time for a semi-serious discussion all of a sudden. I am watching an interesting documentary on Netflix called "Lord, Save us From Your Followers" Yeah it sounds kind of anti-religious at first, but the filmmaker is a Christian and southern baptist, but he is one of the few documentaries that doesn't go for a left or right approach when it comes to Religion, the culture war or any of that stuff. What it does is promotes the old school axiom of "love one another" over anything else. The entire point is to not be divided by faith, but even if your Christian, Catholic, Jewish, Athiest, and so forth, the point is to do good things instead of dividing one another. Yeah it is easier said than done, but the point is that liberal or conservative, Christian or Athiest, Gay or straight does not matter. At least that's what I got out of it. Take it for what it is though. So what do you think though? You know me as a non-religious person, but you don't have to agree on everything to work together.