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2012-05-04 01:41:59 PM
Since this is apparently blocked at my work...bookmarked.
 
2012-05-04 01:42:44 PM
That's another reason religion pisses me off. How can anyone forgive someone like that?
 
2012-05-04 01:44:20 PM
Where is your dog now?
 
2012-05-04 01:55:00 PM

Gilligann: That's another reason religion pisses me off. How can anyone forgive someone like that?


It's nothing to do with you. Why should it make any difference to you whether someone forgives someone else, or not?
 
2012-05-04 01:56:59 PM
gilligann - does he claim his god has forgiven him? Who the fark cares. Earlier he believed a dog was telling him to kill people; why is this any less farked up?

I believed in the easter bunny when I was young...
 
2012-05-04 01:59:38 PM
Can someone give us the bullet points of the article, which cannot be read by most of us at work?

Thanks!
 
2012-05-04 02:00:40 PM
So who are we going to get to head line our big prayer breakfast?

How about the guy who did it last year he was good.

No, just got caught taking a vacation with a rent-a-boy.

What about the guy with that huge church in Texas.

You mean the one who went on Fox News and said Obama was a lizard person.

Well there is a serial killer and I hear his schedule is open.
 
2012-05-04 02:01:13 PM

blazemongr: Gilligann: That's another reason religion pisses me off. How can anyone forgive someone like that?

It's nothing to do with you. Why should it make any difference to you whether someone forgives someone else, or not?


I can biatch about anything I want. Are you trying to take away my freedom?
 
2012-05-04 02:07:12 PM
"I came to prison with no hope, no direction, no reason to live," he said from a screen suspended above the meeting room at the Suffolk National Guard Armory. "After 10 years in prison, I met Christ, confessed to God. I asked him to please forgive me."

God then promptly smited him, because he is a good and just God. Oh, he didn't?

If there's a better argument for atheism than this story, I've yet to hear it
 
2012-05-04 02:07:45 PM
"God talked to me and told me to kill those people."

"God talked to me and told me that he loves you all."

The funny thing is, only one of those statements elicits a, "That guy's farking nuts!" from everyone.
 
2012-05-04 02:09:18 PM

PeterPipersPickledPecker: Can someone give us the bullet points of the article, which cannot be read by most of us at work?

Thanks!


Serial Killer Son of Sam has become a born again Christian while in prison and was recently guest speaker for the 28th annual Suffolk Leadership Prayer Breakfast. Oh yeah, he now calls himself "Son of Hope".
 
2012-05-04 02:15:37 PM

Carn: PeterPipersPickledPecker: Can someone give us the bullet points of the article, which cannot be read by most of us at work?

Thanks!

Serial Killer Son of Sam has become a born again Christian while in prison and was recently guest speaker for the 28th annual Suffolk Leadership Prayer Breakfast. Oh yeah, he now calls himself "Son of Hope".


Thanks.

However, since almost infinitely more people have been murdered in the name of God than in that of the Devil - I still fear this wretch.
 
2012-05-04 02:21:22 PM
He could get a gig on MSNBC no problems.
 
2012-05-04 02:26:16 PM
For some reason, subby's headline had me expecting a story about salmonella.
 
2012-05-04 02:30:10 PM

PeterPipersPickledPecker: Can someone give us the bullet points of the article, which cannot be read by most of us at work?

Thanks!


I was assuming that "bullet points" was a pun.
 
2012-05-04 02:35:59 PM
I met Christ, confessed to God. I asked him to please forgive me

Any time I hear that, I reflexively check to make sure my pistol is loaded and within easy reach.
 
2012-05-04 02:45:32 PM

Marcus Aurelius: Any time I hear that, I reflexively check to make sure my pistol is loaded and within easy reach.


Yep. The most religious people I know (at least in the sense of "let me show/tell you how religious I am") also tend to be the ones who treat others the worst. They seem to view prayer/confession as a get out of ail free card.
 
2012-05-04 02:53:22 PM
Has anyone checked to see if he is dyslexic?
 
2012-05-04 03:08:26 PM
Glad he's hound some kind of peace.
 
2012-05-04 03:12:14 PM
Go crazy, kill a bunch of people, blow shiat up, say sorry god, go to heaven.

Be hypothetically as kind and generous a man as you can, never hurt anyone, suck another dudes cock or think jesus wasn't real: FIRE. I'LL TAKE YOU TO BURN!

God is either Beavis or Butthead.
 
2012-05-04 04:01:11 PM
not sure why the fark link is blocked at work, but if you go directly to the link itself it works.. http://hamptonroads.com/2012/05/serial-killer-video-guest-suffolk-pray er-event-0
 
2012-05-04 04:28:32 PM
"I came to prison with no hope, no direction, no reason to live,"

No, that's how you left prison, which was the entire point.
 
2012-05-04 04:57:34 PM
The guy may be batshiat, but it speaks to a shred of humanity left in him that he believes he deserves to spend the rest of his life in the hoosegow for what he's done.

There's a joke in there somewhere about his parents being more distressed about his conversion to Xtianity than his serial murders.
 
2012-05-04 05:36:47 PM

miscreant: Marcus Aurelius: Any time I hear that, I reflexively check to make sure my pistol is loaded and within easy reach.

Yep. The most religious people I know (at least in the sense of "let me show/tell you how religious I am") also tend to be the ones who treat others the worst. They seem to view prayer/confession as a get out of jail free card.


I wish most would understand that prayer/confession is a start on learning how not mistreat others, not "it's okay since I prayed about it". What good does it do if you don't try to apologize to the person or replace what you have taken from them? I say charge the church officials as accomplices for covering up crimes. If a church doesn't teach about turning someone in for a crime, leave before you're the next victim. I know Christ showed compassion to a lady caught in an affair, but why didn't they bring forward the man involved? Don't carry out justice only part way when it seems convenient.

While my dad held Bible studies in prisons, he usually would speak on the behalf of those(parole hearings) that were attending the studies. One guy always attended and was very well versed in scripture, however when his hearing came up my dad felt compelled not to speak for him. The man showed his true self by exploding at my dad. I will say this, one of the most interesting nicest guys I ever met was 10 years into a 30 year sentence for a triple homocide. Youth, competition black belt and alcohol just doesn't mix well. Son of Sam could honestly be getting the help he needs and may only able to be a normal person in prison. He seems to be doing better than Manson.
 
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