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(USA Today)   Kentucky passes law that will allow people to break the law in accordance with their religious faith. In related news, Al Qaida was reportedly looking for directions to Fort Campbell, KY on Google Maps   (usatoday.com) divider line 223
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2013-03-31 03:19:10 PM

fluffy2097: fundamentalist atheist


[ohwaityoureserious]
 
2013-03-31 03:20:55 PM

Satanic_Hamster: mpirooz: Holy shiat.

"Proponents, who include the Family Foundation and the Catholic Conference of Kentucky, say those fears are unfounded. They argue that the bill restores a legal standard in place before recent rulings by the U.S. and Kentucky supreme courts."

So you are literally trying to turn back time to spite the recent rulings of the highest courts in the land. I don't think that's how our branches of government are supposed to work. On the bright side I moved out of KY last fall and thank goodness for that.

Plus, I don't think they actually know how law's work.  If the Supreme Court rules that a particular law isn't legal, you can't just pass a law saying "now it is."


Apparently they can.
 
2013-03-31 03:22:43 PM
In my religion, I have the right to have sex with any man who sexually arouses me.  Also, does this apply to the laws of physics?
 
2013-03-31 03:24:02 PM

MrHappyRotter: In my religion, I have the right to have sex with any man who sexually arouses me.  Also, does this apply to the laws of physics?


I like your religion, where can I join?
 
2013-03-31 03:25:37 PM

TheBigJerk: Witty


As I'm over 21, the law I saw before I posted said it's a crime. FWIW. Maybe they're too poor in Kentucky to be able to afford to update their laws.
 
2013-03-31 03:27:30 PM
In other news, clitoridectomy clinics being opened in 12 Kentuck locations. Special rates for male Sharia law adherents with screaming/sobbing 12 year old girls.
 
2013-03-31 03:29:16 PM
It is so sad to see a legislature that is so short sighted. I can't believe that no one really thought the whole idea through.  It's like living to Bizarro World.  I feel sorry for the people of Kentucky.

/then again, I live in Wisconsin
//yeah, I feel sorry for me too.
 
2013-03-31 03:29:41 PM
And all it will take is one lawyer to say:

" It's true that Leviticus 18:22 states "No man is to have sexual relations with another man; it is an abomination unto the Lord", among many other practices. The penalty for which is being unable to claim being an Israelite.

Furthermore, Jesus recognizes in Matthew 22:23-33, Luke 20:27-40, and Mark 12:18-27 that marriage is purely a terrestrial affair. Most importantly, Luke 6:30-31 has Jesus commanding, "Give to everyone who asks you for something, and when someone takes what is yours do not ask for it back. Do for others just what you want them to do for you."

Because the marriage applicants are not seeking to be recognized as Israelites and because they are asking to be recognized as married before the law and because my client the Court Clerk is Christian who is, themself, married, I invoke the Religious Freedom bill to declare the state Constitutional and statutory definitions of marriage as infringing my client's religious beliefs. Furthermore I submit that any opponent of same sex marriage is not Christian as per the teachings of Christ. "
 
2013-03-31 03:37:52 PM

MusicMakeMyHeadPound: And all it will take is one lawyer to say:

" It's true that Leviticus 18:22 states "No man is to have sexual relations with another man; it is an abomination unto the Lord", among many other practices. The penalty for which is being unable to claim being an Israelite.

Furthermore, Jesus recognizes in Matthew 22:23-33, Luke 20:27-40, and Mark 12:18-27 that marriage is purely a terrestrial affair. Most importantly, Luke 6:30-31 has Jesus commanding, "Give to everyone who asks you for something, and when someone takes what is yours do not ask for it back. Do for others just what you want them to do for you."

Because the marriage applicants are not seeking to be recognized as Israelites and because they are asking to be recognized as married before the law and because my client the Court Clerk is Christian who is, themself, married, I invoke the Religious Freedom bill to declare the state Constitutional and statutory definitions of marriage as infringing my client's religious beliefs. Furthermore I submit that any opponent of same sex marriage is not Christian as per the teachings of Christ. "


Won't work in Kentucky.

Kentucky passed one of those damnable "Defense of Marriage" amendments to its state constitution by popular referendum in 2004.

A state law, like this one, can't overturn a state constitutional amendment.

It's going to take another referendum, or something at the Federal level (like say a SCOTUS ruling) to change that in the Commonwealth.
 
2013-03-31 03:44:49 PM

Ed Willy: Does that mean Fark is now a religion? Because I need my Catruday's off to drink good beer and hate on our  mortal enemies Duke.


Also, Drew is Pope

[www.themoralofthestoryis.com image 298x386]


Praise his Holiness Pope Drew I
/Kentuckian
//Duke sucks!
//virgule x3
 
2013-03-31 03:45:38 PM
Kentuckians OVERWHELMINGLY vote for these people, they deserve these kinds of oppressive laws.
 
2013-03-31 03:46:10 PM

Great Porn Dragon: Satanic_Hamster: Let me guess; this is mainly geared towards outlawing abortion and birth control.

Actually, it's pretty much geared towards doing away with the few Fairness ordinances in the state--you know, the laws that say that you can't be fired because your boss thinks you might have The Gay.  (The local dominionists have been pretty much unsuccessful in overturning them locally, so they've worked with the state legislature--which is far more dominionist-friendly and Southern Baptist-controlled--to basically give dominionists a free ticket to disregard those laws.)

Of course, as others have pointed out, they've also effectively legalised a lot of things they probably did not intend--things like polygamy, moonshine (in dry counties), marijuana (not just the Rastas, quite a number of other groups do use marijuana as a sacrament including at least one Christian church), snake-handling churches (illegal since 1946 but only sporadically enforced as it is), peyote (there aren't any federally recognised tribes in the US but this opens up for ANYONE to use peyote sacramentally), psilocybes (magic mushrooms are used by shamanic practitioners in European paleopagan and "reconstructionist" neopagan faiths), setting up one's own brothel and drug den as the First Temple of Slaanesh...

Of course, I also expect this will go away soon enough the very first time that someone is fired for being a member of the Wrong Religion and decides to file suit in federal court and/or the first time that a group using cannabis or peyote as a sacrament gets busted by the state cops.  (Unfortunately, even our Democrats tend to be Republicans in spirit here, and the General Assembly tends to be prone to this sort of derp and the following courthouse smackdown.  About a decade ago, they tried to basically regulate non-Christian denominations out of existence by requiring licensing for pastors, and it was ironically a member of a small Primitive Baptist church that got THAT law overturned in ...



The whole thing was started by yet another court case over these:

3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-03-31 03:51:15 PM

angrymacface: MrHappyRotter: In my religion, I have the right to have sex with any man who sexually arouses me.  Also, does this apply to the laws of physics?

I like your religion, where can I join?


I'm currently accepting applications in the rear.
 
2013-03-31 03:51:21 PM

Silverstaff: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: And all it will take is one lawyer to say:

" It's true that Leviticus 18:22 states "No man is to have sexual relations with another man; it is an abomination unto the Lord", among many other practices. The penalty for which is being unable to claim being an Israelite.

Furthermore, Jesus recognizes in Matthew 22:23-33, Luke 20:27-40, and Mark 12:18-27 that marriage is purely a terrestrial affair. Most importantly, Luke 6:30-31 has Jesus commanding, "Give to everyone who asks you for something, and when someone takes what is yours do not ask for it back. Do for others just what you want them to do for you."

Because the marriage applicants are not seeking to be recognized as Israelites and because they are asking to be recognized as married before the law and because my client the Court Clerk is Christian who is, themself, married, I invoke the Religious Freedom bill to declare the state Constitutional and statutory definitions of marriage as infringing my client's religious beliefs. Furthermore I submit that any opponent of same sex marriage is not Christian as per the teachings of Christ. "

Won't work in Kentucky.

Kentucky passed one of those damnable "Defense of Marriage" amendments to its state constitution by popular referendum in 2004.

A state law, like this one, can't overturn a state constitutional amendment.

It's going to take another referendum, or something at the Federal level (like say a SCOTUS ruling) to change that in the Commonwealth.


Oh, it's no what you think. It's much, much worse.

An argument like that then sets up a contradiction between Section 233A (DOMA) and Sections 2,3,4 and 5 (Freedom from tyranny of the majority, equality of all men in a social compact, the power of the people to abolish in any manner they deem proper, and religious freedom) of your State's Constitution. 233A would then be unlikely to survive.
 
2013-03-31 03:54:40 PM
I wonder how many of the people in this thread expressing massive butthurt over this don't live in Kentucky.
 
2013-03-31 03:55:55 PM
MusicMakeMyHeadPound:
Oh, it's not what you think. It's much, much worse.

An argument like that then sets up a contradiction between Section 233A (DOMA) and Sections 2,3,4 and 5 (Freedom from tyranny of the majority, equality of all men in a social compact, the power of the people to abolish government in any manner they deem proper, and religious freedom) of your State's Constitution. Section 233A would then be unlikely to survive.


FTFM. Multiple typos.
 
2013-03-31 03:57:24 PM

fluffy2097: Summercat: Further, I think you missed part of the subtext of that very story which was that the two human characters in the setting could not prove to the robot anything they were saying. You also miss the entire subtext of all the Robot stories, where the robots were strange sympathetic beings that humanity created but did not understand, and did not trust - for no damn good reason.

The subtext is that what they said did not matter.

If their inability to convince the robot was a problem, then horrible things would have happened when the storm hit.

But the robot had faith which, being trapped on a space station his entire existence, is all he really needs. He just needs to make sure the power goes where it is supposed to. Who's will it is that it be done is unimportant.

That screams an agnostic viewpoint to me.



Check your hearing.

"I am an atheist, out and out. It took me a long time to say it. I've been an atheist for years and years, but somehow I felt it was intellectually unrespectable to say one was an atheist, because it assumed knowledge that one didn't have. Somehow it was better to say one was a humanist or an agnostic. I finally decided that I'm a creature of emotion as well as of reason. Emotionally I am an atheist. I don't have the evidence to prove that God doesn't exist, but I so strongly suspect he doesn't that I don't want to waste my time."
-- Isaac Asimov
 
2013-03-31 03:59:00 PM

shotglasss: I wonder how many of the people in this thread expressing massive butthurt over this don't live in Kentucky.


I was thinking the same thing.  It's like those assholes that get all fired up about rape even though they've never been raped before.
 
2013-03-31 04:04:58 PM

shotglasss: I wonder how many of the people in this thread expressing massive butthurt over this don't live in Kentucky.


I live in Kentucky and am absolutely horrified that this state has allowed filth like this to exist as well as elect Mcconnell to the Senate.

Oh well, I keep voting against bullshiat like this, and try to convince others to do so as well.
 
2013-03-31 04:19:20 PM
What if god is quantum physics
 
2013-03-31 04:29:25 PM

Girion47: shotglasss: I wonder how many of the people in this thread expressing massive butthurt over this don't live in Kentucky.

I live in Kentucky and am absolutely horrified that this state has allowed filth like this to exist as well as elect Mcconnell to the Senate.

Oh well, I keep voting against bullshiat like this, and try to convince others to do so as well.


Even if I don't have a ride I make sure to vote,but it's so farking hard to try to convince some people I know to vote.  They'll biatch about politics all day but they don't vote which annoys the fark out of me. I find voting to be my duty as a citizen,what the hell happened to other people thinking like that?
/I'm beginning to think that McConnell won't leave office til he dies,just like Gorman in Hazard.
 
2013-03-31 04:38:00 PM

GAT_00: Lionel Mandrake: cman:Apparently a core Christian value is oppressing others.


Of course it is -- and has been ever since Christianity became the official state religion of the Roman Empire.
 
2013-03-31 04:38:22 PM
Fairly simple solution - billboards everywhere saying

"Republicans vote to allow Sharia Law"
 
2013-03-31 04:39:48 PM

TheBigJerk: Lawnchair: that bosnian sniper: The funny thing is, I've already heard of a minister or two, and more than a few gay couples, in Louisville who are going to cite this very law in the course of applying for marriage licenses and marrying.

Yep, that.  There are 9 Unitarian churches in Kentucky (okay, only 4 large enough to have full-time ministers), and I'm pretty sure all of them have at least one same-sex couple to marry as soon as this law is applicable.

Your move, Kentucky.

Better than the marijuana option, since it won't get you arrested.  Yet I am sure they will still wriggle out of it.  I just wonder how.

Ah, I know.  "Disobeying the law is not the same as forcing the law to recognize you."  Followed by some kid getting suspended for not attending a mandatory school prayer because they have the self-awareness and memory of a goldfish.


And then the case gets taken to federal court and the law gets thrown out...under pretty much the exact same precedent why we cannot mandate a "minister's license" because it puts the state in the position of what determines a legitimate religion.

(Incidentally, this is how that one Primitive Baptist pastor did get the "minister's license" thing thrown out--he pointed out that this put the state in the position of determining what a legitimate church was or not, and that it had the chance to illegally discriminate against small congregations (like his--he had maybe thirty regular churchgoers) or minority religions.  This is also how that mandatory "Ten Commandments in schools" (yes, in Kentucky, it was mandated by law) got invalidated--Jewish and Catholic folks pointed out that the version posted was a very specifically Protestant one and thus put the state in the unenviable position of basically proclaiming a preference for Protestantism (and outside of Louisville, Lexington, Covington, Paducah, Owensboro, or near Catholic convents and monasteries..."Protestant" basically means either "Southern Baptist", "Snake-handler Oneness Pentecostal", or "full-on NARasite neopentecostal with a major dose of Name-It-And-Claim-It Prosperity Gospel").)
 
2013-03-31 04:40:39 PM

thornhill: Princess Ryans Knickers: thornhill: And now we have a new error of Jim Crow

Era...

iPhone autocorrect. Ugh. At least it didn't come out saying something about sex.



I vote for 'error'.
 
2013-03-31 04:41:33 PM

Great Porn Dragon: "Snake-handler Oneness Pentecostal",


I used to wonder why the hell some churches around here had ambulances on site that is until a woman died from snakebites to the face.
 
2013-03-31 04:42:09 PM

Satanic_Hamster: Let me guess; this is mainly geared towards outlawing abortion and birth control.


Don't forget teh marryin' gheys!
 
2013-03-31 04:42:53 PM

mjjt: Fairly simple solution - billboards everywhere saying

"Republicans vote to allow Sharia Law"


Your newsletter, subscription please...
 
2013-03-31 04:48:39 PM

fluffy2097: Asimov made his living writing books about sentient robots with positronic brains, bent into human slavery by the 3 laws of robotics.


Um... about 3/4 of Asimov's work is non-fiction, the man was a PhD Biochemist and published, among other things, a number of basic and advanced chemistry textbooks which you'd likely have used in high school or college when they were current.

(Though he never comes out and says they are slaves,

Except for that being probably the major, explicit running theme of the stories, sure.

How alive are they?

That's the other explicit running theme that's discussed at length, yes.

One even comes up with the concept of a God (And then runs equipment through a solar storm better then 2 humans EVER Could, while the human atheists debated dismantling him because he had faith.)

He also wrote stories where Satan and God were actual characters, and the whole point of that story was whether story-telling was a bug or a feature.

I'm not sure he's your go-to guy for sense and logic.

In addition to his textbooks, his non-fiction work included a lot of educational books for children on science, engineering, and logic.  You might consider reading some of them.

Also, if you think that logic and philosophy are separate, mutually exclusive things, all I can say is that I'm sorry you're illiterate and never made it to your freshman year of college.  Tragic, man.  you never even got to learn what an ad hominem argument was.
 
2013-03-31 05:20:00 PM
My sincere religious beliefs let me fondle large breasted women openly in public. It is part of our long, sincerely held belief that it is to help fertility in the time of pubescent breeding.
 
2013-03-31 05:30:02 PM

shotglasss: I wonder how many of the people in this thread expressing massive butthurt over this don't live in Kentucky.


You sure twisted yourself into a pretzel trying to troll this thread.

So you get 1/10.

Better luck next time.
 
2013-03-31 06:44:36 PM

way south: Arthur Jumbles: FTFA:The bill says that government shall not infringe on any person's sincerely held religious beliefs unless it can show with "clear and convincing evidence" some compelling governmental interest for doing so.

Yikes, I don't actually have a problem with this! The government shouldn't be making ANY law that restricts a person's liberty unless it had some "compelling governmental interest" in doing so. If they just removed the word "religious" from the bill I'd be supporting this 100% with a smile on my face.

This.

/On Its face it sounds like the kind of law that shouldn't be needed tho.
/Implying that, without it, the government could infringe on people's rights with no valid reason?


Exactly. Ironically enough, most of the times when the government passed laws restricting a person's rights without "compelling governmental interest" it was for religious reasons (e.g. laws against gambling, liquor, stores doing business on Sunday, religious holidays, pornography, etc...etc....)
 
2013-03-31 07:50:45 PM

balloot: Kentucky sounds like a solid place to go if you want to practice Sharia Law.


Welcome to Teabagistan!
 
2013-03-31 07:53:16 PM
So are they going to have laws against coveting soon? That should be fun. Thoughtcrime!
 
2013-03-31 08:13:41 PM

HeartBurnKid: I'm a SubGenuis. My religion requires me to do whatever the fark I want, whenever the fark I want to do it. I think I could have some fun in Kentucky.


/maybe I should move there...
//nah, then I'd have to live in Kentucky.



Pull the wool over your own eyes, bro.
 
2013-03-31 08:24:23 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: I would have told him to take his butt back to 4chan.



What the fark did you just farking say about me, you little biatch? I'll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I've been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I'm the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the fark out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my farking words. You think you can get away with saying that shiat to me over the Internet? Think again, farker. As we speak, I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic thing you call your life. You're farking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that's just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the United States Marine Core and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little shiat. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little "clever" comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your farking tongue. But you couldn't, you didn't, and now you're gonna pay the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shiat fury all over you and you will drown in it. You're farking dead, kiddo. Happy Easter.
 
2013-03-31 09:14:19 PM

Monkeyhouse Zendo: cman: I am really unsure how to resolve this. I dislike bigotry and I dislike it when people must commit actions against their deeply held beliefs.

Let's make this easy, who is being forced to commit actions against their deeply held beliefs? As far as I can tell, no church is being forced to perform same-sex marriages or interracial marriages for that matter.

The problem is that the religious have confused not being able to enforce their religious beliefs as law with being forced to do things that run counter to their religion.


It's never easy.

A religion that requires the faithful to actively prevent others from sinning is conceivable; indeed, such "deeply held religious beliefs" exist.  A person holding such beliefs must vote against bills and public officials that would allow sinning.  Therein lies the conflict between religion and government.

It is not permissible to prohibit such religions.  It is not necessary to require authoritative proof of a religion's requirements or to test how deeply a belief is held by a person.  The question is, can the government restrain the expression of such beliefs whether they are based in scripture, sincerely if incorrectly held, or feigned?  Yes.

Religious expression, like any other right, is subject to restraints when it conflicts with compelling government interests; not merely popular or desirable interests, but interests which the government is compelled by the Constitution to pursue.  Protecting the rights of non-believers is certainly a compelling interest.

How must restraints be constructed and applied? They must be narrowly tailored to restrain the religious freedom of as few people as possible.  They must restrain the religious freedom of those few in the least restrictive manner available.

This is how the U. S. is run.  It complicated, messy, and inefficient... on purpose.  Checks and balances, all around.  Nobody gets things entirely his way.
 
2013-03-31 09:40:49 PM

qorkfiend: While I don't think anyone should be surprised that this cunning plan was not thought all the way through, it's amusing to note that the ultimate result of this law is to grant government a massive, broad new power: the power to determine what is and is not a "sincerely held religious belief".


Governments already have the power to determine whether a person is sincere in claiming to hold a religious belief.  See Linkener v State of Alaska.
 
2013-03-31 09:48:16 PM

sprgrss: The United States Supreme Court already answered this question many, many years ago.  Too bad the law will fail on the first judicial review.


If  you're talking about the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993, only the portion applying it to the States was struck down.  It still applies to the federal government, territories, and DC.  This Kentucky bill is an attempt to emulate the RFRA at the State level.
 
2013-03-31 10:27:31 PM
My deeply held belief is that I shouldn't have to pay state income tax, drive the speed limit, should be able to drink at work, and my religion disproves of me wearing pants.

This could turn into some hysterical stuff!
 
2013-03-31 10:39:31 PM
Granted the King James Bible was written before democracy and republics had really started to spread, I think you'll find Romans 13: 1 has this pretty much open and shut as being bullsh*t.

/Sigh. Can't wait to see how outrageously this blows up in their faces. I just hope nobody gets hurt because of it             :|
 
2013-03-31 11:29:24 PM
IOW, Kentucky has now given anyone convicted of any crime grounds for appeal, no matter how clear-cut the case.  
 
I love how the legislation is only one paragraph long.  No need to get specific here! Why bother creating exceptions for traffic laws or child abuse or health codes-- that's what the courts are for! We've got more ALEC junkets to attend!
 
2013-03-31 11:39:39 PM

Gosling: Well, THIS isn't going to end like that Nebraska law that ended in people from halfway across the country dumping their teenagers and driving off.


What was that? I couldn't hear you over the screams of my human sacrifices and the bleating of the goats I'm preparing for Walpurgis Nacht.
 
2013-03-31 11:41:39 PM
shotglasss (farkied: Has had way too many shotglasses): I wonder how many of the people in this thread expressing massive butthurt over this don't live in Kentucky.
 
Fundies are everywhere, and derp never dies.  (Though it does kill.)  If this schitt flies in one state, there'll be no shortage of idjits and Foxbots trying to enact it in the other 49.
 
2013-04-01 12:07:43 AM

Now That's What I Call a Taco!: IOW, Kentucky has now given anyone convicted of any crime grounds for appeal, no matter how clear-cut the case.  
 
I love how the legislation is only one paragraph long.  No need to get specific here! Why bother creating exceptions for traffic laws or child abuse or health codes-- that's what the courts are for! We've got more ALEC junkets to attend!


Not just criminal, you could drown the legal system in cases since this law puts it on the  government to prove it is necessary. Even mundane crap could be dragged through the courts. Hell, if I lived in KY I'd go full on troll mode with it just to prove how stupid it is. 
Photos on my driver's license? No thanks, the picture captures my soul says my deeply held religious beliefs.
 
2013-04-01 01:12:35 AM

cman: These kinds of things always conflict me.

I am a person who believes heavily in the freedom of religion. Although I do not believe in god I do believe that our nation was founded on core beliefs that included religious freedom.

At the same time, I dislike bigotry.

This has its awkward moments when I have to negotiate those "race mixing is devils tool" with allowing those people to not be discriminated. Then you have those who believe in the sanctity of marriage betwixt a man and a woman. That is unacceptable because marriage is a legal issue, not a moral one. Some of these people really do feel that if they are forced to wed two gay people (or back in the 50s a white and a black) then god will smite them. To them, two homosexuals marrying is on the same par as other crime.

I am really unsure how to resolve this. I dislike bigotry and I dislike it when people must commit actions against their deeply held beliefs.

Anyone else deal with this kind of internal conflict?


We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.
 
I fail to see where exactly hatred, judgement and condemnation are mentioned.  Two really simply alternatives, the religious right can sit down and shutup or find some other country to live in.
 
/fix the budget, tax all religions.
 
2013-04-01 01:21:23 AM

404 page not found: The My Little Pony Killer: I would have told him to take his butt back to 4chan.

 
 
What the fark did you just farking say about me, you little biatch? I'll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I've been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I'm the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the fark out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my farking words. You think you can get away with saying that shiat to me over the Internet? Think again, farker. As we speak, I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic thing you call your life. You're farking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that's just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the United States Marine Core and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little shiat. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little "clever" comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your farking tongue. But you couldn't, you didn't, and now you're gonna pay the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shiat fury all over you and you will drown in it. You're farking dead, kiddo. Happy Easter.
 
www.reoiv.com
 
2013-04-01 02:42:01 AM

shotglasss: I wonder how many of the people in this thread expressing massive butthurt over this don't live in Kentucky.


I'm not seeing any massive butthurt, but thanks for playing.
 
2013-04-01 04:34:40 AM

shotglasss: I wonder how many of the people in this thread expressing massive butthurt over this don't live in Kentucky.


What the hell does that got to do with anything?  It happened in my country, that's reason enough.
 
2013-04-01 04:46:06 AM

404 page not found: I've been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I'm the top sniper in the entire US armed forces.

 
i234.photobucket.com
 
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