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2012-07-17 11:45:19 PM  

apachevoyeur: Take away the mechanisms that allow mutation and you would still be floating is primordial goo, flogging your flagella.


But we'd still have porn, right?
 
2012-07-17 11:45:56 PM  
FTA: The family's church, Garfield Christian Church at 1751 Walker Ave. in Indianapolis, has established a fund for Jacob. Donations can be dropped off at the church.

Why was a fund established for the kid? Did the family not have health insurance? Does the family not have resources to invest and save for his future like college or technical school? While I'm sympathetic for the boy, what's the fund for? Disney World vacation for the family?
 
2012-07-17 11:46:51 PM  

mrlewish: They ask for donation. Let me guess they are going broke trying to pay for the operation.

Now the kid has a prexisting condition and republicants want to take away his health insurance.


God doesn't want universal health care. I mean, people wouldn't be able to prove how pious they were by donating then, would they?
 
2012-07-17 11:46:55 PM  

Kome: "We have faith in God. He's in control all the way," said Andy Hamilton, Jacob's father. "If he hadn't gotten hit, we wouldn't have found out."

I really do find this sentiment so goddamn offensive.


You shouldn't find this offensive. Religious faith is an amazing, life affirming thing, that gives people hope in even the starkest, most dire circumstances. It gives people the power to carry on in spite of all of the bad things that can happen to them.

What you should find offensive is that these farking morons get to vote and screw things up for the rest of us.
 
2012-07-17 11:49:55 PM  
I love the idea that God had the time to possess the ball and smash this kid's face to "save his life". Yeah man God totally cared about your kid but let others die in horrible car accidents, be abducted and sexually abused, and abandoned.

Its like Tim Tebow thanking God for touchdows. Because God doesn't have anything better to do on a Monday night than make you win football games.
 
2012-07-17 11:52:03 PM  
"(I had surgery) in my brain, so I can feel better," Jacob said.

See, this is one of those articles where I wonder: what the hell did he actually say?

"They cut me noggin and tinkered in my brain, so I can feel better."
"Firetruck spider spider orange in my brain, so I can feel better."
 
2012-07-17 11:52:49 PM  
On September 11, 2003, I went to the doctor to have my knees x-rayed (turns out I was a little too hefty for their well-being). Through a series of questions he did an MRI of my head and found a tumor. By the time it was removed three weeks later it had grown by nearly two centimeters.

I pray to him. Even when I lose my keys.
 
2012-07-17 11:54:58 PM  

Beerinator: On September 11, 2003, I went to the doctor to have my knees x-rayed (turns out I was a little too hefty for their well-being). Through a series of questions he did an MRI of my head and found a tumor. By the time it was removed three weeks later it had grown by nearly two centimeters.

I pray to him. Even when I lose my keys.


9/11/2003. Never forget
 
2012-07-17 11:56:06 PM  

toraque: Kome: "We have faith in God. He's in control all the way," said Andy Hamilton, Jacob's father. "If he hadn't gotten hit, we wouldn't have found out."

I really do find this sentiment so goddamn offensive.

You shouldn't find this offensive. Religious faith is an amazing, life affirming thing, that gives people hope in even the starkest, most dire circumstances. It gives people the power to carry on in spite of all of the bad things that can happen to them.

What you should find offensive is that these farking morons get to vote and screw things up for the rest of us.


So God's not in control? o.O
 
2012-07-17 11:58:40 PM  

Beerinator: On September 11, 2003, I went to the doctor to have my knees x-rayed (turns out I was a little too hefty for their well-being). Through a series of questions he did an MRI of my head and found a tumor. By the time it was removed three weeks later it had grown by nearly two centimeters.

I pray to him. Even when I lose my keys.


How many people have MRIs daily?
How many people who have MRIs daily may also happen to have cancer.
Mathematically speaking, this should happen all the time.

God has nothing to do with it.
 
2012-07-17 11:59:49 PM  

Silly Jesus: [cafewitteveen.files.wordpress.com image 720x480]

/you can trade out the little starving boy with little cancer boy.


Not so sure the rest of us should be thankful that that Asian woman found her car keys.
 
2012-07-18 12:04:56 AM  
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nELS6Ymv5cQ&t=3m31s
 
2012-07-18 12:05:29 AM  
lh6.googleusercontent.com
 
2012-07-18 12:08:59 AM  

poe_zlaw: Seriously-- how can people read a story like this and not believe in a higher power?


You are my new favorite Bot/Moran detector.
 
2012-07-18 12:10:37 AM  
If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge cancer.
 
2012-07-18 12:13:41 AM  

poe_zlaw: Kome: "We have faith in God. He's in control all the way," said Andy Hamilton, Jacob's father. "If he hadn't gotten hit, we wouldn't have found out."

I really do find this sentiment so goddamn offensive. Either God could have NOT put the tumor in the kid's head in the first place - what with being all-powerful AND all-loving - or he could have let you know without inflicting a concussion - again, what with being all-powerful AND all-loving.

I mean, people can call each other racial slurs, spew the most vile hate-speech, or even be a lawyer and I still just get mildly annoying without being really offended. But expressing that particular sentiment - that something sh*tty happened only to discover something even sh*ttier in time to make it less sh*tty - really and truly offends every moral and intellectual fiber of my being.

I know no one really cares about the theodicy issue, but to me that's kind of a huge thing I have with monotheistic religions. It makes not a goddamn lick of sense and then deliberately tries to taunt anyone who wants to try and make sense of it.

Not sure if you're serious or really that obtuse.


Ouch, man. Why call him obtuse? How do you know he's fat?
 
2012-07-18 12:18:11 AM  
He got cancer retroactively
 
2012-07-18 12:33:57 AM  
But did anyone check his ass for cancer? What if he has ass cancer?
 
2012-07-18 12:44:15 AM  
Will just leave this here: Why won't god heal amputees?
 
2012-07-18 12:57:37 AM  
Now if only he has caused the child to be born in Canada so that he could be treated without bankrupting his family!
 
2012-07-18 12:59:07 AM  
It's amazing how all the hard-willed atheists who have the courage to stare an uncaring cosmos in the face without the comfort of a security blanket turn into whiny little biatches in the presence of the concept 'God'.

Seriously people, read the book.. there's a whole chapter on the subject, which includes the words "Where were you when I laid the Earth's foundation?"

If you want to be iconoclasts, try to come up with challenges to religion that weren't hashed out millenia ago. Really.. "how can God be good if bad things happen to the innocent?" Do you honestly think Fark is the first place that question has ever been asked?

The answer is this: the greatest and most righteous person who ever lived was just as insignificant to God as you HWAs like to claim. The most evil and depraved waste of human skin in the history of the species had less effect on God than a gnat's fart has on the Great Red Spot of Jupiter. The righteous are a blessing to the people around them.. some do such a good job that they make lives better for centuries to come. The miserable bastards are a curse to the people around them.. again, sometimes their taint ruins the lives of people who live centuries later.

Stop using your kick-the-strawman iconoclasm as a rhetorical dodge, and tell us how to approach the spectacle of starving children or innocent kids with cancer according to your oh-so-superior worldview.

Then tell us how that makes you so much wiser than God.
 
2012-07-18 12:59:27 AM  

Farking Canuck: Linkster: poe_zlaw: Seriously-- how can people read a story like this and not believe in a higher power?

Easy, I can reason. Pre-Science story is old.

Look up Poe's Law and then look at the user name of the guy you responded to.


NO! No need, don't give a f*ck.
 
2012-07-18 01:09:09 AM  
Idolaters!

Worshiping false gods.

upload.wikimedia.org

Serpents for a reason.

/freaking satanic pagans
 
2012-07-18 01:10:31 AM  

yingtong: It's amazing how all the hard-willed atheists who have the courage to stare an uncaring cosmos in the face without the comfort of a security blanket turn into whiny little biatches in the presence of the concept 'God'.

Seriously people, read the book.. there's a whole chapter on the subject, which includes the words "Where were you when I laid the Earth's foundation?"

If you want to be iconoclasts, try to come up with challenges to religion that weren't hashed out millenia ago. Really.. "how can God be good if bad things happen to the innocent?" Do you honestly think Fark is the first place that question has ever been asked?

The answer is this: the greatest and most righteous person who ever lived was just as insignificant to God as you HWAs like to claim. The most evil and depraved waste of human skin in the history of the species had less effect on God than a gnat's fart has on the Great Red Spot of Jupiter. The righteous are a blessing to the people around them.. some do such a good job that they make lives better for centuries to come. The miserable bastards are a curse to the people around them.. again, sometimes their taint ruins the lives of people who live centuries later.

Stop using your kick-the-strawman iconoclasm as a rhetorical dodge, and tell us how to approach the spectacle of starving children or innocent kids with cancer according to your oh-so-superior worldview.

Then tell us how that makes you so much wiser than God.


"Are you a Wizard?"

God, ancient man's attempt to explain the unknown, and control other men. Slavery, in effect!

God, modern man's security blanket and end all/be all of all things that may or may not hurt them, and "Who's Writings" are FACT, and you/me/everyfu*ckingbodyelse will go to hell if you DON"T believe it.

F*CKING SINNER!
 
2012-07-18 01:10:46 AM  

Linkster: Farking Canuck: Linkster: poe_zlaw: Seriously-- how can people read a story like this and not believe in a higher power?

Easy, I can reason. Pre-Science story is old.

Look up Poe's Law and then look at the user name of the guy you responded to.

NO! No need, don't give a f*ck.


You have a strange way of showing it or do you have a surplus of farks?
 
2012-07-18 01:11:37 AM  

yingtong: It's amazing how all the hard-willed atheists who have the courage to stare an uncaring cosmos in the face without the comfort of a security blanket turn into whiny little biatches in the presence of the concept 'God'.

Seriously people, read the book.. there's a whole chapter on the subject, which includes the words "Where were you when I laid the Earth's foundation?"

If you want to be iconoclasts, try to come up with challenges to religion that weren't hashed out millenia ago. Really.. "how can God be good if bad things happen to the innocent?" Do you honestly think Fark is the first place that question has ever been asked?

The answer is this: the greatest and most righteous person who ever lived was just as insignificant to God as you HWAs like to claim. The most evil and depraved waste of human skin in the history of the species had less effect on God than a gnat's fart has on the Great Red Spot of Jupiter. The righteous are a blessing to the people around them.. some do such a good job that they make lives better for centuries to come. The miserable bastards are a curse to the people around them.. again, sometimes their taint ruins the lives of people who live centuries later.

Stop using your kick-the-strawman iconoclasm as a rhetorical dodge, and tell us how to approach the spectacle of starving children or innocent kids with cancer according to your oh-so-superior worldview.

Then tell us how that makes you so much wiser than God.


I'm not an atheist agnostic, I just don't believe in the Christian God (I assume the one you are referring to). I believe in an intelligence that created existence for all its worth (and much more in the future) without any attachment to anything that "privileged" individuals have claimed as "divine providence".

No offense, that's just how I feel. :D
 
2012-07-18 01:16:10 AM  

yingtong: It's amazing how all the hard-willed atheists who have the courage to stare an uncaring cosmos in the face without the comfort of a security blanket turn into whiny little biatches in the presence of the concept 'God'.

Seriously people, read the book.. there's a whole chapter on the subject, which includes the words "Where were you when I laid the Earth's foundation?"

If you want to be iconoclasts, try to come up with challenges to religion that weren't hashed out millenia ago. Really.. "how can God be good if bad things happen to the innocent?" Do you honestly think Fark is the first place that question has ever been asked?

The answer is this: the greatest and most righteous person who ever lived was just as insignificant to God as you HWAs like to claim. The most evil and depraved waste of human skin in the history of the species had less effect on God than a gnat's fart has on the Great Red Spot of Jupiter. The righteous are a blessing to the people around them.. some do such a good job that they make lives better for centuries to come. The miserable bastards are a curse to the people around them.. again, sometimes their taint ruins the lives of people who live centuries later.

Stop using your kick-the-strawman iconoclasm as a rhetorical dodge, and tell us how to approach the spectacle of starving children or innocent kids with cancer according to your oh-so-superior worldview.

Then tell us how that makes you so much wiser than God.


Why are you practicing idolatry instead of worshiping God in the closet, unlike the hypocrites?
 
2012-07-18 01:26:21 AM  

yingtong: If you want to be iconoclasts, try to come up with challenges to religion that weren't hashed out millenia ago. Really.. "how can God be good if bad things happen to the innocent?" Do you honestly think Fark is the first place that question has ever been asked?

The answer is this: the greatest and most righteous person who ever lived was just as insignificant to God as you HWAs like to claim. The most evil and depraved waste of human skin in the history of the species had less effect on God than a gnat's fart has on the Great Red Spot of Jupiter. The righteous are a blessing to the people around them.. some do such a good job that they make lives better for centuries to come. The miserable bastards are a curse to the people around them.. again, sometimes their taint ruins the lives of people who live centuries later.


The question has been posed since forever, but no satisfying answer exists. That's why it still persists. How can a being that is all-powerful, all-knowing, and all-loving allow anything bad to happen? Just because we are so insignificant relative to god's characterized abilities and powers and sheer awesomeness (used genuinely in its traditional way instead of in a half-sarcastic or "dude, awesome" kind of way) doesn't mean god doesn't have the power to know us, love us, and be able to take care of us. Your answer is essentially "god doesn't care" which means, at least, he isn't all-good. So if you're okay with that answer, why even pretend to be a part of a religion or a religious culture that treats the concept of god as being all-good?

A candidate for a professor position at my University was interviewed last week. Big group of us went out for drinks after her presentation where she described her work on the philosophy of religion (one of her interests) and we briefly continued discussing a topic she had brought up while presenting us with the research she does. She draws a distinction between folk religion and theology, much the same way philosophy and other disciplines draw a distinction between folk (or naive) physics, biology, or psychology and the more complex disciplines of physics, biology, and psychology. People can get by with folk/naive whatever, but it doesn't really get at any deep understanding of a concept. It's just good enough. But physics, if you study it, has quite a lot of counter-intuitive findings. We don't feel or observe us being on a spherical planet revolving around a star, and yet we are. Similar situation for biology and psychology concepts.

Stop using your kick-the-strawman iconoclasm as a rhetorical dodge, and tell us how to approach the spectacle of starving children or innocent kids with cancer according to your oh-so-superior worldview.

Feed the starving. In the 1980s, it was estimated that the crops, if processed, packaged, and shipped quickly enough of roughly 2-3% of the world's farmers could feed the world's population. It'd be a massive undertaking, and it would require more people to be willing to engage in agriculture and farming industry, as well as transport. There would certainly have to be cuts, but hey let's stall on building a new $125,000,000 naval battleship. The US already has the strongest military in the world, rivaled only by the next dozen or so countries (all of whom are allies) ganging up on us at once.

Fund both biomedical research and education to equip more people to be physicians, chemists, and biologists that can get involved in studying all forms of illness, disease, and disorder and researching ways to treat them. Might require closing some tax loopholes to be able to channel necessary funds into that. Oh, here's a great place to start: religious organizations are sparred in taxes an amount that is nearly equal to the annual science budget (~$71,000,000,000 versus ~$85,200,000,000). We could nearly double the money going into ALL OF SCIENCE in the United States by revoking tax exemption status for religious organizations... who typically spend about 75% of the money they get in donations on proselytizing and not feeding the hungry and clothing the naked.

Just a few suggestions. And yes, I'm aware they'd be massive overhauls to the way we do things currently. Well, tough. The way we do things is kind of stupid, especially when it regards this unwavering deference to organized religion. No one needs a church to have a relationship with his or her god, and no one needs a rabbi or a priest to serve as middleman. People need jobs, education, training, medication, homes, food, and a little bit of human to human compassion from each other.

Then tell us how that makes you so much wiser than God.

I exist, which allows me the potential to be wise though I would not presume to be at this point in my life. God does not, therefore you might as well ask me if I think I'm wiser than Snarf from the Thundercats.
 
2012-07-18 01:31:13 AM  

Kome: Feed the starving. In the 1980s, it was estimated that the crops, if processed, packaged, and shipped quickly enough of roughly 2-3% of the world's farmers could feed the world's population. It'd be a massive undertaking, and it would require more people to be willing to engage in agriculture and farming industry, as well as transport. There would certainly have to be cuts, but hey let's stall on building a new $125,000,000 naval battleship. The US already has the strongest military in the world, rivaled only by the next dozen or so countries (all of whom are allies) ganging up on us at once.


And then they have children...

So we have to give up the Polis?
 
2012-07-18 01:49:15 AM  
It amazes me what people believe, and why they believe them.
For example, the BIG QUESTION: "Why do bad things happen to good people?"
In my opinion, the answer is: "In God's world, things still are still going to suck, regardless."

Now, there are plenty of different Farkers in here. And whether you like it or not, you are predisposed to feel comfortable with one religion/belief or another, and one "answer" or another to that big question. I've noticed that when you put all of us in the same thread, we all start coming at the big question from different backgrounds and philosophies. It's why some posts seems sarcastic, but others seem heartfelt.

So, why are people predisposed to feel comfortable with a certain religion vs another? In my opinion, it's because (even if you were raised one way by your parents) your personality dictates/describes your outlook on the world around you. For example, I'm an "ENFP" personality type, so I'm predisposed to be abstract in my definition of God. Okay, here's what I'm talking about:

i228.photobucket.com

That's why I feel like my answer to: "Why do bad things happen to good people?" doesn't address (what I consider to be) the semantics of a "perfect god" making a "perfect world". In my opinion, God made the world as it is, and it sucks (sometimes much worse than others).
 
2012-07-18 01:56:34 AM  

apachevoyeur: Take away the mechanisms that allow mutation and you would still be floating is primordial goo, flogging your flagella.


fap fap fap ... go on ... fap ... fap
 
2012-07-18 02:26:58 AM  

yingtong: Seriously people, read the book.. there's a whole chapter on the subject, which includes the words "Where were you when I laid the Earth's foundation?"


We now understand planetary accretion, and stellar and biological evolution. We now know that there is no reason to invoke your wizard as an explanation for any of these thing.

Your religion is no longer needed to explain these things. You should give it up.
img42.imageshack.us
 
2012-07-18 03:25:09 AM  
Meh. Christianity stole from other religions like mad. Even their god. Hello, Yahweh? That was a Canaanite god. A polytheistic religion. He was the Zeus of that bunch. Same name and everything. He was pretty much lifted out intact and stolen outright. If you know someone who's been to a reputable seminary, ask about the Ugaritic texts.
 
2012-07-18 03:46:28 AM  

Oneofthesedays: [t2.gstatic.com image 200x185]

/mildly impressed


See what you died there!! Philadelphia Phillie, John Kruk was hit in the groin area by a pitch from fellow Phillies pitcher, Mitch Williams (better known as Wild Thing in part because of his wild pitching -- Mitch was blamed by some Phillies fans for losing 1993 World Series). As a result of being hit in the balls froman erratic baseball thrown by Wild Thing, Kruk was examined in that area in 1994, and found to have testicular cancer. Kruk was successully treated for the cancer and appears to be in remission.
 
2012-07-18 03:49:28 AM  

Mega Steve: The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away (farking brain cancer)


The lord giveth and the surgeons taketh away (the effing brain cancer)
 
2012-07-18 03:55:40 AM  

eldie: Oneofthesedays: [t2.gstatic.com image 200x185]

/mildly impressed

See what you died there!! Philadelphia Phillie, John Kruk was hit in the groin area by a pitch from fellow Phillies pitcher, Mitch Williams (better known as Wild Thing in part because of his wild pitching -- Mitch was blamed by some Phillies fans for losing 1993 World Series). As a result of being hit in the balls froman erratic baseball thrown by Wild Thing, Kruk was examined in that area in 1994, and found to have testicular cancer. Kruk was successully treated for the cancer and appears to be in remission.


After having surgery to remove one of his testicles, when Kruk showed up in the Phillies clubhouse to get his job back, he was wearing a t-shirt that read:

"IF I CAN'T PLAY, I'M GOING HOME AND TAKING MY BALL WITH ME."

/great sense of humor, that guy.
 
2012-07-18 03:58:54 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: I can't find the humor here. Brain cancer is serious shiat. My parents died of brain cancer and I likely have the gene that causes it. I can only hope that my son hasn't inherited it. He's just 7 now and enjoying school and spends his free time dancing. He's adorable, and I can't imagine what it would be like if this little dancing machine were ever struck down with cancer.


Ouch, sorry to hear that. Yes hopefully it's something you or your son never have to face. There is certainly no humor in BC

/wifes grandfather died from brain cancer
 
2012-07-18 04:00:27 AM  

poe_zlaw: Seriously-- how can people read a story like this and not believe in a higher power?


Coincidence maybe?
/ can't say if there is or isn't a god
 
2012-07-18 04:11:04 AM  

Eugoogoolizer: AverageAmericanGuy: I can't find the humor here. Brain cancer is serious shiat. My parents died of brain cancer and I likely have the gene that causes it. I can only hope that my son hasn't inherited it. He's just 7 now and enjoying school and spends his free time dancing. He's adorable, and I can't imagine what it would be like if this little dancing machine were ever struck down with cancer.

Ouch, sorry to hear that. Yes hopefully it's something you or your son never have to face. There is certainly no humor in BC

/wifes grandfather died from brain cancer


Well, it happened long before I was born, so I don't remember it. Just what I've been told.
 
2012-07-18 04:29:29 AM  

Eugoogoolizer: / can't say if there is or isn't a god


Why do you think it is even a valid question?
I can't say if there is or isn't an infinite number of speculative entities.
 
2012-07-18 07:43:57 AM  

Kome: "We have faith in God. He's in control all the way," said Andy Hamilton, Jacob's father. "If he hadn't gotten hit, we wouldn't have found out."

I really do find this sentiment so goddamn offensive. Either God could have NOT put the tumor in the kid's head in the first place - what with being all-powerful AND all-loving - or he could have let you know without inflicting a concussion - again, what with being all-powerful AND all-loving.

I mean, people can call each other racial slurs, spew the most vile hate-speech, or even be a lawyer and I still just get mildly annoying without being really offended. But expressing that particular sentiment - that something sh*tty happened only to discover something even sh*ttier in time to make it less sh*tty - really and truly offends every moral and intellectual fiber of my being.

I know no one really cares about the theodicy issue, but to me that's kind of a huge thing I have with monotheistic religions. It makes not a goddamn lick of sense and then deliberately tries to taunt anyone who wants to try and make sense of it.


Maybe god is the awful bastard that he's made out to be in the Old Testament. Angry, jealous, and spiteful.
 
2012-07-18 08:35:22 AM  
congrats on the successful outing there trollmitter.
 
2012-07-18 09:19:13 AM  

khonshu: Okay, here's what I'm talking about:

i228.photobucket.com



What about the HOHOALFSUMAists?

=Smidge=
/Obscure enough?
 
2012-07-18 09:46:10 AM  

Smidge204: khonshu: Okay, here's what I'm talking about:

i228.photobucket.com


What about the HOHOALFSUMAists?

=Smidge=
/Obscure enough?


thanks now im gona have to reinstall when i get home.... could never get enough souls to get the omni bulges / love domes .. and fark the roads and vibes!

/Shadenwawa?
 
2012-07-18 09:52:32 AM  

khonshu: For example, I'm an "ENFP" personality type


Wow... i never considered myself a strict atheist, but I guess i am one.
Who knew?
 
2012-07-18 10:03:40 AM  
In other news contrary to all scientific evidence God heals an amputee.
Nah just kidding, that's the one thing prayers and faith won't fix.
 
2012-07-18 10:04:05 AM  

austin_millbarge: khonshu: For example, I'm an "ENFP" personality type

Wow... i never considered myself a strict atheist, but I guess i am one.
Who knew?


The aleprechaunists.
 
2012-07-18 10:39:31 AM  
Someone had to.
 
2012-07-18 01:52:08 PM  

serial_crusher: When he began to vomit and have severe headaches a few days later, his parents to him to a hospital, where doctors made an alarming discovery.

"He said, 'There's no trauma from being hit...

So, um, it sounds like the ball-hitting didn't really have a whole lot to do with it. You know, unless you would just otherwise shrug off your kid's vomiting and headaches as not a big deal.


That's what I was thinking. Also, Submitter God gives child brain cancer... FTFA Doctors suspect the mass is benign
 
2012-07-18 02:56:08 PM  
I have never understood this line of argument: 'God is a dick who gives people cancer, therefore there is no God'. How does one follow from the other? There are many better atheist arguments available if you are so inclined. Why go with this one?
 
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