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2012-12-05 01:18:15 PM  

BronyMedic: chewielouie: What a miserable existence it must be, to be an atheist . . . so sure and smugly confident in your beliefs, that you still cry and complain you are being excluded or ostracized by something like 'A Charlie Brown Christmas.' Where is the moaning about not having to work on December 25?

I know it's a troll, but I love working on Christmas.

Double the hourly rate for both Christmas and Christmas Eve. Perfect time for working 48 hour shifts.


I used to do that myself when I worked as a network engineer... awesome pay... i always took all the holidays, but i also always got my birthday off as compensation for doing the shifts nobody else wanted... it was fantastic.
 
2012-12-05 01:18:29 PM  
What few of you, especially the athiests, understand is that the seperation of curch and state was put there to keep the government from interfereing with religion, not to keep religion out of government.
 
2012-12-05 01:18:41 PM  

BronyMedic: REMEMBER THE REASON FOR THE SEASON, FOLKS!

[img214.imageshack.us image 648x484]


Dead babby box on a piano always gets a chuckle out of me. But, that's only because I'm an asshole.
 
2012-12-05 01:18:42 PM  
so instead of taking the kids to see the play, why not just watch the film in the classroom. Back in the day we watched it in class, was a nice way to spend the last day before the x-mas... i mean holiday break.
 
2012-12-05 01:19:48 PM  

Trivia Jockey: MilesTeg: Many "atheists" are really just anti-Christian religious bigots. Calling yourself an "atheist" just makes it sound better.

Their entire goal is not being comfortable in their own beliefs but to cause as much angst as possible for those they disagree with.

"Many". Sure, yeah, you should go with that.



Well, to be fair, I'm pretty sure Miles is using "many" to mean "higher than he can count". And he can't even count to potatoe...
 
2012-12-05 01:20:24 PM  

HindiDiscoMonster: skullkrusher: HindiDiscoMonster: skullkrusher: justtray: HindiDiscoMonster: skullkrusher: kronicfeld: Coco LaFemme: I think you're missing the point. He/She specifically told me that I would not be okay with this play being put on in a mosque or some other religious structure, and I asked them to point out where I said in this thread that the only reason I didn't think this was a big deal was because it as a Christian church. I'm not asking them to prove how life began, I'm asking them to tell me where I said something they clearly think I said.

Throwing a hissy fit is a sure way to win an argument on an internet message board.

she's already won - now she's just fighting off the desperate attempts to save face made by those she just laid the smackdown on

Which brings this to mind...

[rationalwiki.org image 500x372]

I'm surprised there's people that still don't have skullkrusher on ignore.

considering your performance in every thread, I am not surprised that you're surprised by unsurprising things. You are that simple.

that had a kind of symmetry to it... it was kind of beautiful.

thanks for quoting it so the simple minded coward could enjoy it as well

I aim to please.....

/You aim too please.


did I hit the seat or something?
 
2012-12-05 01:20:29 PM  

Rindred: RE: Arkansas

Local Christian churches here don't usually expect any voices in opposition to whatever they want, especially ones who have a lawyer.

Difficulty: atheists can't hold elected state public offices


Remember when atheists forbade Christians from holding office?

Yeah, me either, but I keep hearing about how atheists are just as bad, so it must have happened somewhere.
 
2012-12-05 01:21:15 PM  
Oops. I typoed church. Now I shall be villified and crucified by the spelling nazis.
 
2012-12-05 01:21:25 PM  
i think religion should be taught in school

note that i didn't say any specific religion, or that children should be taught to believe in any of it, but religion is still a huge part of the human existence - especially so for this country, to avoid the subject is just replacing one ignorance with another

maybe have a religious studies class? or at least chill the fark out?
 
2012-12-05 01:21:25 PM  
The Charlie Brown Christmas Special is a classic. It's charming, sweet and perfectly balanced between the secular and religiouis aspects of Christmas. As an Atheist I enjoy the adorable retreat into child-like seasonal dementia. Linus is just so cute as the earnest liberal protestant that I could pinch him and rip his security blanket off his head and run with it.

The Charlie Brown TV specials may have jumped the shark when they ran out of good holidays (Halloween is great, Thanksgiving, Valentine's Day, Easter are OK, but they go downhill quickly thereafter).

Plant a Tree In It, Charlie Brown! is quite frankly sub-par.
It's Memorial Day, not Veteran's Day, Blockhead! is mean-spirited and Lucy-heavy.
Why the Hell are We Celebrating Secretary's Day? We're Children! was pointless.
And although Charlie Brown gets to kiss the Little Red-Haired Girl in It's an Old-fashioned May Day, Charlie Brown, nobody really got the old English customs such as hanging may baskets and Maypole-dancing.

And the attempt to branch out into ethnic holidays was really quite sad.

What were they thinking when they made a Charlie Brown special about the Kite-Eating Tree for the Kite-Flying holidays of Pakistan and Japan? This is worse than the Taliban! The hari-kari scene was quite uncalled for.

Of course, the one good thing about most of these holiday specials is that they don't exist. Sometimes I like to retreat into my own private reality, which like a spinoff has the same characters you used to love from the real show back when you still cared but is weird and spooky and slightly disturbing.
 
2012-12-05 01:22:02 PM  

Teknowaffle: minoridiot: Aren't field trips optional?

Doesn't matter. As soon as you put kids whose parents opted to have them put on a bus paid for by tax dollars, chaperone by teachers paid by tax dollars, and the kids are counted as present on a school day, and thus get federal funds, you are violating the first amendment.


Unless this is somehow establishing a state religion, no, no you're not. I went to public school and we made dradels and had a field trip to a synagogue around Hannukah along with the Christmas stuff. No one converted. It was educational and interesting. Denying these children an opportunity because a religious group hosts it makes no sense unless we are going to deny every group. Everyone has some sort of agenda, part of growing up is hearing all sides then making up your own mind.
 
2012-12-05 01:22:15 PM  

skullkrusher: HindiDiscoMonster: skullkrusher: HindiDiscoMonster: skullkrusher: justtray: HindiDiscoMonster: skullkrusher: kronicfeld: Coco LaFemme: I think you're missing the point. He/She specifically told me that I would not be okay with this play being put on in a mosque or some other religious structure, and I asked them to point out where I said in this thread that the only reason I didn't think this was a big deal was because it as a Christian church. I'm not asking them to prove how life began, I'm asking them to tell me where I said something they clearly think I said.

Throwing a hissy fit is a sure way to win an argument on an internet message board.

she's already won - now she's just fighting off the desperate attempts to save face made by those she just laid the smackdown on

Which brings this to mind...

[rationalwiki.org image 500x372]

I'm surprised there's people that still don't have skullkrusher on ignore.

considering your performance in every thread, I am not surprised that you're surprised by unsurprising things. You are that simple.

that had a kind of symmetry to it... it was kind of beautiful.

thanks for quoting it so the simple minded coward could enjoy it as well

I aim to please.....

/You aim too please.

did I hit the seat or something?


tech.mn
 
2012-12-05 01:22:28 PM  

Richard Johnson: What few of you, especially the athiests, understand is that the seperation of curch and state was put there to keep the government from interfereing with religion, not to keep religion out of government.


How can you imply, with a straight face, that government can be kept out of religion if religion is consistently being injected into government?
 
2012-12-05 01:23:42 PM  

Richard Johnson: Oops. I typoed church. Now I shall be villified and crucified by the spelling nazis.


can you believe that Richard Johnson guy... typo on Church... geeze... whats next, PotatoE?

oh wait... that wasn't meant for you, sorry... :P
 
2012-12-05 01:23:43 PM  

FauxReal: I'd like to see a public school sponsored trip to a retelling of the Horus myth.


You mean a museum field trip?
 
2012-12-05 01:23:55 PM  

Joe Blowme: GregInIndy: I'm thinking 90%+ of Christians would completely lose their f-in' minds if their kid's school put together a "voluntary" field trip to a mosque to see a really fun play about Ramadan and how just awesome Muhammad & Allah is, showed them around the mosque, maybe let them check out how they pray & stuff.

Thats like taking them to a kkk rally, they openly preach death to lots of different people. You might have had a point if you stopped at the fun play about a murdering rapist pedo...er i mean Mohamed....


hahah so you slander the prophet of a billion people but get butthurt over a play getting cancelled? This is why sane people shake their heads at you and your ilk. Happy Holidays you waste of human potential!
 
2012-12-05 01:24:10 PM  

mizchief: I'm a very practical person. I'm not going to waste my day off hearing about stories from 2000 years ago, but if saying one sentence out loud grants me passage into eternal paradise of whatever, then why not? I understand statistics and know that i'm very unlikely to hit the jackpot in the lottery, but i'll buy a ticket every now and then. Brings me a moment of hope and joy without much effort. Doesn't mean i'm going to blow my whole check every week on scratch offs.


You poor lost soul, the religious aren't supposed to fantasize about winning the lottery! (*Not sure how true this statement is)

I just took a Sociology course online for school. The religious students put religious remarks in every assignment that we had to do. I noticed that most of these students all wrote something along the lines of feeling bad for even thinking about acquiring a multimillion dollar paycheck. They said that they were supposed to live meager lives and not to buy anything extravagant.
 
2012-12-05 01:29:46 PM  
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Please knock it off, fellow atheists, it's hard enough being openly atheist in this country without giving religious types more fodder to attack us with. My opinion? I really don't farking care. I like Christmas, and it has nothing to do with Christ. It's a part of my heritage as an American of European descent and my family's traditions (the Christmas tree, exchanging gifts, eating ham and my grandma's kolach recipe...)
 
2012-12-05 01:30:11 PM  

ordinarysteve: Joe Blowme: GregInIndy: I'm thinking 90%+ of Christians would completely lose their f-in' minds if their kid's school put together a "voluntary" field trip to a mosque to see a really fun play about Ramadan and how just awesome Muhammad & Allah is, showed them around the mosque, maybe let them check out how they pray & stuff.

Thats like taking them to a kkk rally, they openly preach death to lots of different people. You might have had a point if you stopped at the fun play about a murdering rapist pedo...er i mean Mohamed....

hahah so you slander the prophet of a billion people but get butthurt over a play getting cancelled? This is why sane people shake their heads at you and your ilk. Happy Holidays you waste of human potential!


I'll just drop this off for perusal.
 
2012-12-05 01:30:22 PM  

justtray: Coco LaFemme: The My Little Pony Killer: Coco LaFemme: And Constitutionally disallowed shiat is still Constitutionally disallowed.

I'm not incredibly smart or privileged. The last thing I am is privileged. My parents would get a kick out of that one.

No comment on the Constitutionality of the scenario from TFA?

It's not Constitutionally sound. I've never argued that it was. That doesn't mean that if I was a parent of one of the kids in this class, I would be bothered by it, because I don't think the mere act of putting a child in a church is indoctrinating them. I think a lot would need to be going on for me to think that the school was trying to force my child to be a Christian when they were not.

Good. Glad you agree then this shouldn't happen. Whether or not you personally would be bothered by it is irelevant. It's a clear violation of separation of church and state.

I look forward to the field trip about how Charlie Brown becomes a muslim terrorists because of the actions of the West on his people. I'm sure Fox News wouldn't oppose that because it's a teaching opportunity.

Just face it, you were wrong, and your opinion on the matter is based purely in religious dogma.


Dude you are taking this waaay too serious. Relax.
 
2012-12-05 01:30:39 PM  

Jake Havechek: Uhhhh......no.

Shocking that FOX News Channel is wrong yet again.


This atheist enjoys Christmas thoroughly. My favorite piece of Christmas music is Handel's Hallelujah Chorus. My favorite Christmas song is a tie between "The Holly and the Ivy" and "Christmas At Ground Zero" by Weird Al.


Well, except for the whole "my savior has been born" part. Trust me, Christmas is so much better when you actually are celebrating the birth of Christ.

/former skeptic
 
2012-12-05 01:31:40 PM  
As an atheist I am all for kids (including my kid) watching the Peanuts Christmas Special. I am very against her school taking her to a church for any reason.
 
2012-12-05 01:32:26 PM  

BronyMedic:
www.conservapedia.com

Just look at that Atheist drinking his coffee. It's so EVIL.

 

lulz look at them drinkin' their cawfee, so cute
 
2012-12-05 01:33:00 PM  

Tenatra: mizchief: I'm a very practical person. I'm not going to waste my day off hearing about stories from 2000 years ago, but if saying one sentence out loud grants me passage into eternal paradise of whatever, then why not? I understand statistics and know that i'm very unlikely to hit the jackpot in the lottery, but i'll buy a ticket every now and then. Brings me a moment of hope and joy without much effort. Doesn't mean i'm going to blow my whole check every week on scratch offs.

You poor lost soul, the religious aren't supposed to fantasize about winning the lottery! (*Not sure how true this statement is)

I just took a Sociology course online for school. The religious students put religious remarks in every assignment that we had to do. I noticed that most of these students all wrote something along the lines of feeling bad for even thinking about acquiring a multimillion dollar paycheck. They said that they were supposed to live meager lives and not to buy anything extravagant.


Well, Christians aren't supposed to... there is quite a bit in the Bible about money, evil, etc.. so it seems quite logical that a true Christian should believe in poverty above wealth... unless of course we are talking about the Prosperity Gospel which is an perversion of the actual teachings of Christ... but that is another subject entirely.
 
2012-12-05 01:33:03 PM  

Richard Johnson: What few of you, especially the athiests, understand is that the seperation of curch and state was put there to keep the government from interfereing with religion, not to keep religion out of government.


100% wrong ... getting religion in government is implicitly establishing it.
 
2012-12-05 01:33:09 PM  

Richard Johnson: What few of you, especially the athiests, understand is that the seperation of curch and state was put there to keep the government from interfereing with religion, not to keep religion out of government.


wat

Better call the Supreme Court, they've got it all wrong apparently.
 
2012-12-05 01:34:16 PM  

skullkrusher: The My Little Pony Killer: FlashHarry: i'll be right with you at the barricades. but this charlie brown, for chrissakes (sorry, for FSM's sake). it's harmless.

It's Charlie Brown as shown at their local church under the guidance of a pastor.

Why can't the kids watch the movie at their school? Why does it HAVE to be at a church?

Because the church is the one putting on the performance. They scheduled a matinee performance for the field trip.


Take your magic and logic away from here you evil wizard!
 
2012-12-05 01:34:46 PM  

Coco LaFemme: ......and this is why people hate atheists.


'This' being all the lies that Christians tell about atheists.
 
2012-12-05 01:34:57 PM  

HindiDiscoMonster: ordinarysteve: Joe Blowme: GregInIndy: I'm thinking 90%+ of Christians would completely lose their f-in' minds if their kid's school put together a "voluntary" field trip to a mosque to see a really fun play about Ramadan and how just awesome Muhammad & Allah is, showed them around the mosque, maybe let them check out how they pray & stuff.

Thats like taking them to a kkk rally, they openly preach death to lots of different people. You might have had a point if you stopped at the fun play about a murdering rapist pedo...er i mean Mohamed....

hahah so you slander the prophet of a billion people but get butthurt over a play getting cancelled? This is why sane people shake their heads at you and your ilk. Happy Holidays you waste of human potential!

I'll just drop this off for perusal.


I'm not an expert or anything but I'm familiar with the concept of the kafir and dhimmi. Whats your point? If it is that religions often led to bureaucracies with shiatty people running them, than I concur.
 
2012-12-05 01:35:05 PM  

Surool: As an atheist I am all for kids (including my kid) watching the Peanuts Christmas Special. I am very against her school taking her to a church for any reason.


Any reason? Even historical significance? What if her school went to London and Westminster Abbey was on the schedule? What if they went to Rome and were going to the Sistine Chapel to see the works of Michelangelo? What about the Old North Church in Boston?
 
2012-12-05 01:35:22 PM  

I drunk what: BronyMedic:
[www.conservapedia.com image 350x241]

Just look at that Atheist drinking his coffee. It's so EVIL. 

lulz look at them drinkin' their cawfee, so cute


you have a larger version of that?
 
2012-12-05 01:37:16 PM  

ordinarysteve: HindiDiscoMonster: ordinarysteve: Joe Blowme: GregInIndy: I'm thinking 90%+ of Christians would completely lose their f-in' minds if their kid's school put together a "voluntary" field trip to a mosque to see a really fun play about Ramadan and how just awesome Muhammad & Allah is, showed them around the mosque, maybe let them check out how they pray & stuff.

Thats like taking them to a kkk rally, they openly preach death to lots of different people. You might have had a point if you stopped at the fun play about a murdering rapist pedo...er i mean Mohamed....

hahah so you slander the prophet of a billion people but get butthurt over a play getting cancelled? This is why sane people shake their heads at you and your ilk. Happy Holidays you waste of human potential!

I'll just drop this off for perusal.

I'm not an expert or anything but I'm familiar with the concept of the kafir and dhimmi. Whats your point? If it is that religions often led to bureaucracies with shiatty people running them, than I concur.


wait... was i supposed to have a point? I thought this was Fark... I do agree with you though about bureaucracies though... people in power will always twist things to fit their own agenda... human nature and all that.
 
2012-12-05 01:39:41 PM  
The "true meaning" of this holiday is religious and cultural darwinism, not Xtianity. The more powerful religion or force wins out, and everyone buys into that zeitgeist until something else co-opts it.

Soon, Xtianity will fully lose out to capitalism, which has already been linked via this holiday and selective biblical interpretations (as well as anti-commie hysteria).

"Xma$"
 
2012-12-05 01:39:52 PM  

Farking Canuck: Richard Johnson: What few of you, especially the athiests, understand is that the seperation of curch and state was put there to keep the government from interfereing with religion, not to keep religion out of government.

100% wrong ... getting religion in government is implicitly establishing it.


Not to mention the endorsement of one religion by government act is the exclusion of others.
 
2012-12-05 01:41:29 PM  

lordjupiter: Soon, Xtianity will fully lose out to capitalism, which has already been linked via this holiday and selective biblical interpretations (as well as anti-commie hysteria).


Are you suggesting it already hasn't by way of prosperity theology?
 
2012-12-05 01:41:34 PM  

Tenatra: DaSwankOne: Epicedion: Is your eye in your ass? I don't get it.

/queueing up behind Coco in the "I don't understand metaphor" line

So you don't understand that when someone hits you in the face hard enough to blacken and swell your eye that it is commonly referred to as an "ass beating". This is probably because you are an over protected momma's boy precious snowflake that would have been much better off learning what it meant to get your ass whooped at some point in your life.

No one punch isn't an ass beating. I've punched an acquaintance in the face and broke his glasses because he was treating his girlfriend like shiat. What did I call it? I punched him in his farking face.


This is where you overplayed it. Simply saying "I punched someone in the face once..." would have got the point across and sealed the deal. It was the overly long drawn out explanation where you made yourself a hero that was a bit distasteful. Try not to do that again while arguing on the internet.
 
2012-12-05 01:42:42 PM  

HindiDiscoMonster: I drunk what: BronyMedic:
[www.conservapedia.com image 350x241]

Just look at that Atheist drinking his coffee. It's so EVIL. 

lulz look at them drinkin' their cawfee, so cute

you have a larger version of that?


Why? So you perpetuate the stupidity that atheism can actually be the motivation for any act??

How about you show us the sections in the atheist magic books that encourage spreading atheism by the sword. Or any other form of atheist dogma that encourages killing infidels.

Religions have rules, guidelines, instructions, commandments ... all of which are manipulated by leaders to make religious people do stuff.

Atheism has none of these things. There is no way for the lack of belief in something to motivate actions.

This is just another lie from the religious people who are desperate to bring atheism down to the level of a religion.
 
2012-12-05 01:43:39 PM  
Despite being an atheist I love the sound of church bells in the distance. The right distance is about loud enough to hear with the windows open but quiet enough to not disturb your sleep or disturb you when the windows are closed.

It would be nice to live in a small old town with many churches and a cathredal because I love the architecture, art, music, etc. without accepting the metaphysics, theology, eschatology or bigoted ethics and politics of so many religions, denominations and congregations.

I always say that the concept of God is like Hong Kong--seriously over-built.

I don't believe that atheists are any better or worse than believers (I have never seen the slightest sign that belief or piety affects morals in the least--although in some cases it worsens them, i.e. mafia-type Roman Catholics and superlapsarian Calvinists who sin for the greater glory of God). I don't believe God has anything to do with morals at all.

What is man that God should take thought of him?

What we call morality is innate in most people, customary and conventional in almost all people, and reasoned or inspired in very, very few.

Linus is the epitome of a Good Christian: not bigoted, dogmatic, judgmental, hypocritical, unkind or bullying. His Sister Lucy could be a Church Lady type if she cared a jot about religion but she seems to be protected by her vanity, greed, stupidity and superficiality. She's not a bad person, just an annoying one.

Few if any of the other characters in the show are more than social or common-garden-variety Christians and some might even be beyond the Pale of fundamentalist or evangelical Christianity. Peppermint Patty and her little chum Marcy could be proto-Lesbians (or not). Any number of background characters could conceivably be Jewish (the Naturally Curly Haired Girl might be Jewish, for example).
 
2012-12-05 01:43:46 PM  

FauxReal: I'd like to see a public school sponsored trip to a retelling of the Horus myth.


You mean the Jesus Christ comparative mythology stuff?

I learned all about those in public school. And had an imam visit, and studied the bible, Eastern philosophies... The only thing exposure to all religions did for me was to better enable me to make a well-reasoned choice on which religion I wanted to follow (or none at all, since I also read Bertrand Russell).

But I went to a magnet school, so I guess that means they only trust religion with the intelligent ones.
 
2012-12-05 01:44:44 PM  

SubjectVerb: Atheists don't have religious beliefs.


lacking a belief =/= believing the negative, unless of course you are suggesting that paperclips are atheists?

so then the belief that there is no God is a scientific belief?

i like bacon
 
2012-12-05 01:45:00 PM  

Farking Canuck: HindiDiscoMonster: I drunk what: BronyMedic:
[www.conservapedia.com image 350x241]

Just look at that Atheist drinking his coffee. It's so EVIL. 

lulz look at them drinkin' their cawfee, so cute

you have a larger version of that?

Why? So you perpetuate the stupidity that atheism can actually be the motivation for any act??

How about you show us the sections in the atheist magic books that encourage spreading atheism by the sword. Or any other form of atheist dogma that encourages killing infidels.

Religions have rules, guidelines, instructions, commandments ... all of which are manipulated by leaders to make religious people do stuff.

Atheism has none of these things. There is no way for the lack of belief in something to motivate actions.

This is just another lie from the religious people who are desperate to bring atheism down to the level of a religion.


wow, you went full retarded on me... dayum.... never go full retarded
the reason i wanted a larger version is my screen sucks... kind of hard to make things out on...

/calm down Francis... I didn't attack you.
 
2012-12-05 01:46:08 PM  
In 1963, two big things happened during my second year of school. The teacher was longer allowed to start the day reading passages from the Bible and there was no more praying. Then JFK was killed. Coincidence? I don't think so. Atheists killed JFK.

The thing I remember clearly as I can about the ruling was that no parents made a fuss, pro or con. Our teacher made an announcement how there would be no more prayer or Bible reading and that was that. No outraged parents. No outraged atheists when we did have prayer.

In a related note, when I went to camp it was a "Jewish" camp. They made me me go to services because they thought I was Jewish. I was Catholic at the ttime. I called my mom to complain. Her response? "Church is church." She said if you don't want to go those services, ask if there is a Catholic church you can go to. Either way I had to go to "church."


When did everyone become so pissy about religion?
 
2012-12-05 01:46:25 PM  

HindiDiscoMonster: I drunk what: BronyMedic:
[www.conservapedia.com image 350x241]

Just look at that Atheist drinking his coffee. It's so EVIL. 

lulz look at them drinkin' their cawfee, so cute

you have a larger version of that?


sorry googlefu failed me, i can't find the cute version with stalin's pile of bodies either, but you can probably find a copy in a past fark thread, we thought all of those idiots quit posting so we lost track of it
 
2012-12-05 01:46:38 PM  

that bosnian sniper: lordjupiter: Soon, Xtianity will fully lose out to capitalism, which has already been linked via this holiday and selective biblical interpretations (as well as anti-commie hysteria).

Are you suggesting it already hasn't by way of prosperity theology?


Are you suggesting that "soon" and "fully" and "has already been linked" aren't words?
 
2012-12-05 01:46:51 PM  

amquelbettamin: Maybe if they watched this the atheists would be happy

It's the equivalent of getting coal in your stocking, which is what these douchebags deserve


Liar! Those jazzy camels singing "Good King Winceslas" sticks with me to this very day...

\Atheist, Charlie Brown watcher
 
2012-12-05 01:48:28 PM  

I drunk what: HindiDiscoMonster: I drunk what: BronyMedic:
[www.conservapedia.com image 350x241]

Just look at that Atheist drinking his coffee. It's so EVIL. 

lulz look at them drinkin' their cawfee, so cute

you have a larger version of that?

sorry googlefu failed me, i can't find the cute version with stalin's pile of bodies either, but you can probably find a copy in a past fark thread, we thought all of those idiots quit posting so we lost track of it


I just found it... thank you.... i only found it by accident though. if you want a bigger copy, i can upload it and give you a link.
 
2012-12-05 01:50:08 PM  

I drunk what: SubjectVerb: Atheists don't have religious beliefs.

lacking a belief =/= believing the negative, unless of course you are suggesting that paperclips are atheists?

so then the belief that there is no God is a scientific belief?

i like bacon


Beliefs about religion =/= religious beliefs.
 
2012-12-05 01:51:15 PM  

I should be in the kitchen: Please knock it off, fellow atheists, it's hard enough being openly atheist in this country without giving religious types more fodder to attack us with.


I agree with your request, but why do you feel you need to be "openly atheist?" I'm agnostic and if someone tries to engage me with something along the lines of "where do you go to church?," I simply say, "I'm sorry, but I don't discuss religion." This works for the mainstreamers. Some born-againers will start to "witness" and I just tell them I am not interested. I don't care if this offends them. Really, it's not worth the wasted effort to do otherwise. Religious belief or the lack thereof should be a very personal matter that is not discussed with strangers.
 
2012-12-05 01:51:43 PM  

Farking Canuck: There is no way for the lack of belief in something to motivate actions.


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what a lack of belief looks like

learn some words, then come back and go full retard on us

until then, i'd love to hear bronymedic's opinion about murdering innocent children...

are you for it or against it?
 
2012-12-05 01:52:14 PM  

lordjupiter: that bosnian sniper: lordjupiter: Soon, Xtianity will fully lose out to capitalism, which has already been linked via this holiday and selective biblical interpretations (as well as anti-commie hysteria).

Are you suggesting it already hasn't by way of prosperity theology?

Are you suggesting that "soon" and "fully" and "has already been linked" aren't words?


No, merely that your use of those words in this particular context aren't accurate.
 
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