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(Indiegogo)   Cool: Comedian Doug Stanhope starts an IndieGoGo campaign to raise $50,000 for the woman who said "I'm actually an atheist" after surviving the Oklahoma tornado. Really Cool: The goal was met in the first 24 hours. Fark: There are 59 days to go   (indiegogo.com) divider line 527
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2013-05-25 08:12:46 AM

Evilhippie: The Billdozer:
To dumb it down:

I get why people don't collect stamps.

I don't get why a subset of these same people have groups, charities, people who wrote blogs and books, and are extremely vocal about their disdain for not collecting stamps and then biatch and whine when people point out their non-hobby "hobby".

Though your initial statement was indeed dumb; most blanket statements tend to be. I agree your following attempt to explain your bigoted opinion is even dumber. I'm not even going to waste time explaining why, since you can just read up on the last couple of post.


As long as you can feel superior to someone, the time you wasted writing that out was well worth it!
 
2013-05-25 08:12:48 AM

DrewFL: Such a passive aggressive and elitist thing to do...Because Stanhope had media and a figurehead he made a bullshiat point for no ones benefit but his own (im sure the "randomly atheist" winner was vetted and their home inspected for F5 code. Just shiatty. it's the belt buckle of the USA. People are religious there. It was an exceedingly mean and shiatty thing to do.


Why is it "mean and shiatty" to raise money for someone whose house has been blown down in a tornado?? If that is mean and shiatty, I wish everyone in the world was so "mean and shiatty".
 
2013-05-25 08:13:59 AM

letrole: Atheism is indeed a Religion


I don't believe in anything unfalsifiable.  Is that a religion?
 
2013-05-25 08:14:04 AM

Lor M. Ipsum: Donating to people in need is great, but if you want to really send a message, donate to people regardless of their religion (or lack thereof).  It seems like this is just driving the stake deeper in an already polarized debate.


This. Should've started a general find for everyone in her name.
 
2013-05-25 08:15:41 AM

liam76: LasersHurt: liam76: I don't agree with your assessment, but I think we both agree they don't say their charity only goes to christians.

An, in a general sense, neither do atheists. Let's all remember that this one campaign /= the sum total of atheist giving.

I am highlighting the problem with "this one campaign".

He should have set up a charity "atheists for tornado relief".


Why the fark are you so concerned about it?? If you ARE so concerned, why the fark don't YOU start a charity "Atheists for Tornado Relief"???
 
2013-05-25 08:16:28 AM

Abox: letrole: Atheism is indeed a Religion

I don't believe in anything unfalsifiable.  Is that a religion?


You have faith that the universe is and remains causal and predictable.
 
2013-05-25 08:25:34 AM
I doubt that was a plant but the way Wolf ended the interview with that question sure seems like he knew her response. After all this is CNN.

Someone on here praised her for coming out of the closet, How do you know she was in the closet? She appeared rather cool about it and about others having their beliefs judging by her last statement.

If Stanhope and others be they Atheist or those of any faith wish to set up means to help anyone or group in OK that is awesome.

This is America and during these events is when we are at our best.
 
2013-05-25 08:27:55 AM
Wolf Blitzer:  "You gotta blame the Lord, right?  Do you blame the Lord for all the terrible death and devastation that is right there behind us, for all the world to see?"

Vitsmum:  "Well, I'm...I'm an atheist.  So, no."

www.wnd.com
 
2013-05-25 08:29:12 AM
Anyone found better reactions to her than "The Blaze"? The number of livid posts there in response was fantastic.
 
2013-05-25 08:29:14 AM
The Billdozer:

As long as you can feel superior to someone, the time you wasted writing that out was well worth it!

Putting that out after condemning a whole group of people, is beyond funny, it's inadvertently ironic in a way I suppose says infinitely more about your way of thinking than anything I could posit. Thanks for that.
 
2013-05-25 08:29:38 AM
 
2013-05-25 08:31:15 AM

Lenny_da_Hog: Abox: letrole: Atheism is indeed a Religion

I don't believe in anything unfalsifiable.  Is that a religion?

You have faith that the universe is and remains causal and predictable.


Well no, if data in that regard were to change then my expectations would change.  You know....falsifiable.
 
2013-05-25 08:32:53 AM

Abox: Lenny_da_Hog: Abox: letrole: Atheism is indeed a Religion

I don't believe in anything unfalsifiable.  Is that a religion?

You have faith that the universe is and remains causal and predictable.

Well no, if data in that regard were to change then my expectations would change.  You know....falsifiable.


If the universe weren't predictable and causal, data wouldn't be a viable tool to make decisions.
 
2013-05-25 08:34:40 AM
Sigh. A lot of broad generalizations in thread.

My wife and I are part of that crazy little group who consider ourselves "liberal Christians." We both grew up in KS in the United Methodist Church. And we've both been to church nearly every single Sunday (although not as much since we relocated for my job). And nothing grinds our gears more than getting roped in with the fanatical, bible-beating, ignorant types. Just because they make more noise does not make them representative of an entire religion.

I've done a lot of mission work, including rebuilding houses destroyed by Katrina, and tornado relief in Tennessee. And I'm not asking for a pat on the back right now. I'm telling you this that I did all that work with NO expectation of praise, reward, or anything else. I did it knowing that I was helping someone out. I wasn't evangelizing to those homeowners, or trying to convert them to my way of thinking. Just helping them because they needed it. Is it that hard to believe that there are other Christians like me out there?

Help is help.  Does it matter where it comes from as long as everyone's getting it who needs it?
 
2013-05-25 08:37:44 AM
For the record...  Atheists are not a formed group of people rallying against religion.  That's why I don't refer to myself included as "we" in a group of atheists, because I'm not.  I never joined a club.  I never signed any papers.  I just don't believe there is a god.  So I'm an atheist by definition.  Nothing more.

So whereas I agree with what this woman said to Wolf, I don't agree with Stanhope trying to rally all the "anti religious" people together under the banner of "See, us atheists can help too!!"
 
2013-05-25 08:38:35 AM
I can't believe that, in this day and age, there are still atheists and believers.
It takes a lot more courage to say "I don't know, but let's find out", and to constantly juggle possible hypotheses on existence while we can.
 
2013-05-25 08:40:27 AM

Lenny_da_Hog: Abox: Lenny_da_Hog: Abox: letrole: Atheism is indeed a Religion

I don't believe in anything unfalsifiable.  Is that a religion?

You have faith that the universe is and remains causal and predictable.

Well no, if data in that regard were to change then my expectations would change.  You know....falsifiable.

If the universe weren't predictable and causal, data wouldn't be a viable tool to make decisions.



So I expect consistency where I observe consistency.  Is that a religion?
 
2013-05-25 08:43:36 AM

stryed: I can't believe that, in this day and age, there are still atheists and believers.
It takes a lot more courage to say "I don't know, but let's find out", and to constantly juggle possible hypotheses on existence while we can.


3.bp.blogspot.com
What is asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence.


Are you on the search for the Loch Ness Monster?  Do you treat your illnesses solely with pyramid power?  Are you scared you'll end up falling into space when you're on an airplane?  If not, why don't you have the courage to juggle hypotheses and have an open mind?
 
2013-05-25 08:45:15 AM

cameroncrazy1984: stonelotus: for all you twits know she could be a shiatty mother, a meth head, and generally all around bad person.  she probably isn't but she could be and none of you would know the difference or even care.

I love stanhope (I've got 7 of his albums on my phone) but ffs he's like a broken record with the militant atheism.  he could also stand to distance himself a bit from Alex Jones (see the Austin incident).

So we shouldn't help her because of that? I'm not picking up what you're putting down here. We should only help "good" people?


I hear Jennifer Petkov has been down on her luck.  Wanna help her out?
 
2013-05-25 08:47:43 AM

stryed: I can't believe that, in this day and age, there are still atheists and believers.
It takes a lot more courage to say "I don't know, but let's find out", and to constantly juggle possible hypotheses on existence while we can.


Agnostic Atheism is a thing, you know.

So is Gnostic Atheism.
 
2013-05-25 08:48:50 AM

stryed: I can't believe that, in this day and age, there are still atheists and believers.
It takes a lot more courage to say "I don't know, but let's find out", and to constantly juggle possible hypotheses on existence while we can.


I think you'll find that most atheists define themselves as not being able to disprove the existence of a god or gods, but rather say that the evidence presented makes it highly improbably they exist. In fact much like most religious feel about just about any other god than the one(s) they happen to believe in.
I think in that way many atheists actually have been on a long journey down the path you describe as "I don't know, but let's find out". In fact studies show that atheists as a group generally know more about religion and the religious scriptures than those who define themselves as religious. I think this is directly linked to a more inquisitive nature among most atheists compared to most religious.
 
2013-05-25 08:48:53 AM
www.global-air.com

French philosopher Blaise Pascal reasoned that even though God may not exist, you should wager that he does, because you have everything to gain, and nothing to lose. (new window)
 
2013-05-25 08:51:21 AM
This thread has made my popcorn taste nasty.
 
2013-05-25 08:52:20 AM

Nabb1: Dinki: Nabb1: So, you're doing it not for it's own sake, but to make a point to other people and knock down a straw man you've set up. That's nice.

Straw man? I can't begin to count the thousands of times I've been told about 'Christian charity' as if there were no other kind. The religionists have made an industry out of showing everyone how charitable they are, and how that charity must flow from their religion.

Of course. I am sure it is as you say.


It wouldn't even have come up if ol' Wolf hadn't made the HUGE assumption she was christian. Wolf is the dick in this story, he had no reason as a journalist to mention any diety.
 
2013-05-25 08:52:22 AM

hardinparamedic: letrole: Atheism is a Religion.

Deep Throat is a porno.


Soylent Green is People
 
2013-05-25 08:52:47 AM
Religionists despise atheists because just being an atheist means you think religionists are stupid or crazy.
 
2013-05-25 08:53:58 AM

Tallman: hardinparamedic: letrole: Atheism is a Religion.

Deep Throat is a porno.

Soylent Green is People


War is Peace.  Freedom is Slavery.  Ignorance is Strength.
 
2013-05-25 08:55:53 AM
Benevolent Misanthrope:

I've honestly never met a person who identified as "religious" who did not see the world through the lens of their religion.  In the Christian example - the one we often see cited - their god is thanked for all good, through his omnipotence (and by the way - he must be really relieved he no longer has to worry about fixing games for that Tebow dude)... but they never seem to hold their god accountable for the bad stuff that, if he's all-powerful, he either created or allowed.  Why? Because God is all good.  So, it's a model of ingrained circular reasoning, and something that is, indeed, drilled into believers by many means.  That's just one.bub


I'm not sure if anyone's touched on this yet, but I'd like to touch on the boldiness.  You say "they" as if ALL believers do that.  You'll find that the majority of us (at least the ones I know, and I'm in TEXAS. Grew up in a VERY religious town and didn't believe growing up) understand that bad and good things have to happen.  We can't put God into a box and say "these are His behaviors and this is how He should act in each scenario" because God is not finite.  His ways are incomprehensible to me, and I've stopped trying to ... I guess... figure out what will happen based on certain factors.  Sure, I make educated decisions based on my surroundings, but I know that there will always be something I didn't think of that could happen at any time to steer me back to whatever path was written out for me.

I don't help people because I feel I'm supposed to or I'll go to Hell.  I do it because I feel  a pull within to do it. Like I'm supposed to be doing it, even if it's dumb and it sucks sometimes.  That's how all of the people of faith I know live as well.

I don't know.  Early morning Saturday ramblings, but I hope that sheds some light on the difference between your majority of Christians and mine. :)
 
2013-05-25 08:58:12 AM

lesliessexxy: Benevolent Misanthrope:

I've honestly never met a person who identified as "religious" who did not see the world through the lens of their religion.  In the Christian example - the one we often see cited - their god is thanked for all good, through his omnipotence (and by the way - he must be really relieved he no longer has to worry about fixing games for that Tebow dude)... but they never seem to hold their god accountable for the bad stuff that, if he's all-powerful, he either created or allowed.  Why? Because God is all good.  So, it's a model of ingrained circular reasoning, and something that is, indeed, drilled into believers by many means.  That's just one.bub


I'm not sure if anyone's touched on this yet, but I'd like to touch on the boldiness.  You say "they" as if ALL believers do that.  You'll find that the majority of us (at least the ones I know, and I'm in TEXAS. Grew up in a VERY religious town and didn't believe growing up) understand that bad and good things have to happen.  We can't put God into a box and say "these are His behaviors and this is how He should act in each scenario" because God is not finite.  His ways are incomprehensible to me, and I've stopped trying to ... I guess... figure out what will happen based on certain factors.  Sure, I make educated decisions based on my surroundings, but I know that there will always be something I didn't think of that could happen at any time to steer me back to whatever path was written out for me.

I don't help people because I feel I'm supposed to or I'll go to Hell.  I do it because I feel  a pull within to do it. Like I'm supposed to be doing it, even if it's dumb and it sucks sometimes.  That's how all of the people of faith I know live as well.

I don't know.  Early morning Saturday ramblings, but I hope that sheds some light on the difference between your majority of Christians and mine. :)


www.religiouscriticism.com
 
2013-05-25 08:58:54 AM

gimmegimme: stryed: I can't believe that, in this day and age, there are still atheists and believers.
It takes a lot more courage to say "I don't know, but let's find out", and to constantly juggle possible hypotheses on existence while we can.

[3.bp.blogspot.com image 350x285]
What is asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence.


Are you on the search for the Loch Ness Monster?  Do you treat your illnesses solely with pyramid power?  Are you scared you'll end up falling into space when you're on an airplane?  If not, why don't you have the courage to juggle hypotheses and have an open mind?


By being dismissive of everything without absolute proof, your world becomes narrow and only constituted of certainty, and you close yourself to the cloud of possibilities.
 
2013-05-25 09:01:00 AM
Just watched the interview and the Glenn Beck take on it.

1) Blitzer is an ass for asking that question. It was weird, unnecessary and highly inappropriate.

2) That woman seemed scared to answer. She hesitated and then after she said it her laugh was very nervous. Then she made a point of saying she had no problem with others praying to god... again a sign that she was scared of repercussions. The fact we live in a society where people are afraid to openly admit they don't believe in god is disgusting.

3) Glenn Beck made an interesting point about how maybe a producer find out in a pre interview that she was an atheist and got Wolf to ask her to push the "atheist agenda". However it seems far more likely that Blitzer saw that she was an atheist and being the ass he is decided to put her on the spot and get her to say she prayed to god or out herself. In which case he is an even bigger ass than I thought.
4) I love Doug Stanhope but he is an ENORMOUS ass and I'm not sure even I would want to be affiliated with him in any real world way. Frankly I'm surprised that guy hasn't gotten shot for some of the stuff he says. I wonder how the young mother feels about his act and now having the world linking her to him.
 
2013-05-25 09:01:53 AM

stryed: gimmegimme: stryed: I can't believe that, in this day and age, there are still atheists and believers.
It takes a lot more courage to say "I don't know, but let's find out", and to constantly juggle possible hypotheses on existence while we can.

[3.bp.blogspot.com image 350x285]
What is asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence.


Are you on the search for the Loch Ness Monster?  Do you treat your illnesses solely with pyramid power?  Are you scared you'll end up falling into space when you're on an airplane?  If not, why don't you have the courage to juggle hypotheses and have an open mind?

By being dismissive of everything without absolute proof, your world becomes narrow and only constituted of certainty, and you close yourself to the cloud of possibilities.


There's your mistake.  I don't dismiss "everything."  I dismiss "everything for which there is no evidence or no compelling argument."

Can I borrow one of the unicorn horns in your collection?  I need to make a love potion.
 
2013-05-25 09:03:37 AM

gimmegimme: Tallman: hardinparamedic: letrole: Atheism is a Religion.

Deep Throat is a porno.

Soylent Green is People

War is Peace.  Freedom is Slavery.  Ignorance is Strength.


I'll take it one step further.

Red is the badge of courage.
 
2013-05-25 09:07:37 AM

planes: [www.global-air.com image 150x195]

French philosopher Blaise Pascal reasoned that even though God may not exist, you should wager that he does, because you have everything to gain, and nothing to lose. (new window)


Look, this is a stupid argument, because for one, it assumes that there's only one god.
 
2013-05-25 09:09:20 AM
ghare:

Look, this is a stupid argument, because for one, it assumes that there's only one god.

And that this god is gullible and can't see through insincere worship.
 
2013-05-25 09:09:45 AM

hardinparamedic: stryed: I can't believe that, in this day and age, there are still atheists and believers.
It takes a lot more courage to say "I don't know, but let's find out", and to constantly juggle possible hypotheses on existence while we can.

Agnostic Atheism is a thing, you know.

So is Gnostic Atheism.


I can just imagine futurist wars between the two!
"People are wonderful. I love individuals. I hate groups of people. I hate a group of people with a 'common purpose'. 'Cause pretty soon they have little hats. And armbands. And fight songs. And a list of people they're going to visit at 3am. So, I dislike and despise groups of people but I love individuals. Every person you look at; you can see the universe in their eyes, if you're really looking."
-George Carlin
 
2013-05-25 09:10:49 AM

stryed: I can just imagine futurist wars between the two!


That's the thing about a philosophical belief that doesn't promise an eternal reward and afterlife to people who kill the non-believers for the cause. You tend to value the life of your fellow man a hell of a lot more.
 
2013-05-25 09:11:38 AM
Thank god someone is doing something to help.
 
2013-05-25 09:12:50 AM

here to help: Just watched the interview and the Glenn Beck take on it.

1) Blitzer is an ass for asking that question. It was weird, unnecessary and highly inappropriate.

2) That woman seemed scared to answer. She hesitated and then after she said it her laugh was very nervous. Then she made a point of saying she had no problem with others praying to god... again a sign that she was scared of repercussions. The fact we live in a society where people are afraid to openly admit they don't believe in god is disgusting.

3) Glenn Beck made an interesting point about how maybe a producer find out in a pre interview that she was an atheist and got Wolf to ask her to push the "atheist agenda". However it seems far more likely that Blitzer saw that she was an atheist and being the ass he is decided to put her on the spot and get her to say she prayed to god or out herself. In which case he is an even bigger ass than I thought.
4) I love Doug Stanhope but he is an ENORMOUS ass and I'm not sure even I would want to be affiliated with him in any real world way. Frankly I'm surprised that guy hasn't gotten shot for some of the stuff he says. I wonder how the young mother feels about his act and now having the world linking her to him.


#1 Agreed. If he was working for a Christian new org the question would make sense but for mainstream totally out of the blue.
#2 She didn't strike me as being nervous about answering. I thought she was more like why did you ask that question. If she was over 40 I might agree she would be nervous/scared to answer but her generations doesn't feel there will be any repercussions.
#3 No clue what Glenn Beck said about it but agree with you on Wolf.
#4 Not a fan of Stanhope.

I seriously doubt she will face any repercussions for being an atheist in Ok, She might get some churches going out to minister to her and her family but that is about it.
 
2013-05-25 09:14:59 AM

letrole: Atheism is a Religion.


Religion is an Atheism
 
2013-05-25 09:15:48 AM

Waldo Pepper: here to help: Just watched the interview and the Glenn Beck take on it.

1) Blitzer is an ass for asking that question. It was weird, unnecessary and highly inappropriate.

2) That woman seemed scared to answer. She hesitated and then after she said it her laugh was very nervous. Then she made a point of saying she had no problem with others praying to god... again a sign that she was scared of repercussions. The fact we live in a society where people are afraid to openly admit they don't believe in god is disgusting.

3) Glenn Beck made an interesting point about how maybe a producer find out in a pre interview that she was an atheist and got Wolf to ask her to push the "atheist agenda". However it seems far more likely that Blitzer saw that she was an atheist and being the ass he is decided to put her on the spot and get her to say she prayed to god or out herself. In which case he is an even bigger ass than I thought.
4) I love Doug Stanhope but he is an ENORMOUS ass and I'm not sure even I would want to be affiliated with him in any real world way. Frankly I'm surprised that guy hasn't gotten shot for some of the stuff he says. I wonder how the young mother feels about his act and now having the world linking her to him.

#1 Agreed. If he was working for a Christian new org the question would make sense but for mainstream totally out of the blue.
#2 She didn't strike me as being nervous about answering. I thought she was more like why did you ask that question. If she was over 40 I might agree she would be nervous/scared to answer but her generations doesn't feel there will be any repercussions.
#3 No clue what Glenn Beck said about it but agree with you on Wolf.
#4 Not a fan of Stanhope.

I seriously doubt she will face any repercussions for being an atheist in Ok, She might get some churches going out to minister to her and her family but that is about it.


Don't twist things around!  Atheists are the ones who are militant and LOVE to proselytize.  NOT Protestant Christians.
 
2013-05-25 09:18:18 AM

nekom: Helping out a person who happens to be an atheist?  Fantastic.
Helping out a person BECAUSE she's an atheist?  Well, it's still helping, but it's a pretty dick motivation.


I give no apologies.
You can go to hell.
 
2013-05-25 09:18:28 AM

LasersHurt: The Billdozer: Its important because you want it to be. I'll give you a life tip: Although discrimination of all types exists, more and more people are fine tuning it to discriminate against one type... Assholes. Blitzer was an asshole for leading the interview this way and asking a loaded question, the lady was an asshole for having to have her 15 seconds of internet neckbeard fame for proclaiming her non-faith which had jack shiat to do with the situation, and Stanhope is an asshole because he's using this opportunity to further his own shiatty agenda and career.

So you are simply ignorant and dismissive.


You must be new here, LasersHurt. Welcome to Fark! Yes indeed, the persona of "The Billdozer" is quite ignorant and dismissive about many things, this being just one of a litany of examples! But he can be so much fun to read and wonder "Just how much of this stuff does his creator actually believe, how much has he come to believe, and how many times is he sitting at a keyboard googling "Crazy Things People Say", copying and pasting then changing enough words to not be a direct plagiarism of someone else?"

And, of course, in the end it doesn't matter what the answer is because it can be so much fun to pinch the persona's cheeks and troll with "Who's a cute little troll? Who's a cute little troll! You are! You are!"
 
2013-05-25 09:19:08 AM
Waldo Pepper:I seriously doubt she will face any repercussions for being an atheist in Ok, She might get some churches going out to minister to her and her family but that is about it.
 As an Atheist living in the South, I can tell you that when I was growing up, I went to church just to keep up appearances out of fear of being attacked by people for being a heathen.
And I can also tell you that in a great many protestant churches, starting in youth groups, people are taught that others are Atheists because they hate God, and because they hate everything Christ stands for. Oh, and they have Satan at their right ear whispering to them./no lie. This is ACTUALLY what my Youth Group pastor preached about.
 
2013-05-25 09:19:11 AM

planes: French philosopher Blaise Pascal reasoned that even though God may not exist, you should wager that he does, because you have everything to gain, and nothing to lose. (new window)


Not only does this assume there's only one god (least you be at risk of believing in the WRONG god) but it assumes that the god you've chosen to worship is too stupid to not realize you're only believing as a hedge bet and won't flag you for it.
=Smidge=
 
2013-05-25 09:21:11 AM

hardinparamedic: gimmegimme: Tallman: hardinparamedic: letrole: Atheism is a Religion.

Deep Throat is a porno.

Soylent Green is People

War is Peace.  Freedom is Slavery.  Ignorance is Strength.

I'll take it one step further.

Red is the badge of courage.


OZ is over the rainbow

Midian is where the monsters live.
 
2013-05-25 09:23:12 AM
I prefer to term myself agnostic.  I haven't closed my mind to the idea that there might be a "God", I just don't see any proof of it.  But it's impossible to know for certain that something does NOT exist.
I do think there is probably a lot more "inter-connectedness" of all things in the universe than we realize, or can probably even comprehend.
But the stories written down in books like the Bible or the Koran are just words written by humans.

But for those who do believe in God, I have an interesting hypothesis that I sometimes ask the Jehovah's Witnesses if they come to my door:

If there is a God, then there is also a Devil?
Many people have difficulty understanding how God could allow bad things to happen to good people.
It all makes a lot more sense to me that God and the Devil are the same entity.  Kind of like a massive schizophrenic personality that flips between the extremes of good and evil billions of times per second.
In the same manner as Batman and Bruce Wayne, has anybody actually ever seen God and the Devil in the same room at the same time?
 
2013-05-25 09:23:33 AM

ghare: Religionists despise atheists because just being an atheist means you think religionists are stupid or crazy.


Um.  A lot of atheists are extremely religious so you're including yourself in that group by association.  The way you are actively proselytizing is further evidence.  You should join up here:

http://firstchurchofatheism.com/

/For the record, I'm a non-theist but I believe that if something isn't hurting anyone then why hate it?
//Not talking government and religion, different topic, I'm talking your every day human on the street
///My religion is peace
 
2013-05-25 09:23:47 AM

fat boy: hardinparamedic: gimmegimme: Tallman: hardinparamedic: letrole: Atheism is a Religion.

Deep Throat is a porno.

Soylent Green is People

War is Peace.  Freedom is Slavery.  Ignorance is Strength.

I'll take it one step further.

Red is the badge of courage.

OZ is over the rainbow

Midian is where the monsters live.


The Tempest Keep was Merely a setback!
 
2013-05-25 09:24:38 AM

Benevolent Misanthrope: I've honestly never met a person who identified as "religious" who did not see the world through the lens of their religion.


As do you. Because you're proselytizing as bad as any Christian I've ever seen.
 
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