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2013-07-29 10:04:55 PM
Pat's #1 donor juliacomedy.com  died over the weekend
so, we'll likely see the true Pat emerge

/he'll be wearing a cock-ring by Thursday
 
2013-07-29 10:05:27 PM

Gyrfalcon: swaniefrmreddeer: Pat's been watching the pope and realizes people like you more when don't act like a giant douche. He ain't foolin' nobody.

This?

sgnilward: He's just out of his farkin mind. Just like he's been for at least the last twenty years...

Or this?

I'm going with the latter, quite honestly. I think he's finally lost whatever mind he had left.


Remember that he's 83 years old, so he probably knows he's going to die soon, and he believes that once he's dead he will be judged for the way he treated other people (or at least his religion claims that).  Maybe he's just reached the "Oh, I should probably not be quite such an asshole then" stage.
 
2013-07-29 10:06:11 PM

bmihura: Benevolent Misanthrope: Interesting that the Christian community - of all stripes - are starting to pretend to be more tolerant, in very sharply defined, very fluid statements that can be backed down on with their base but will help to get young people and their disposable income into their churches.  It's almost as if they're starting to realize that the reason they're losing money and power is that everyone is tired of hearing how bigoted they are.

C'mon, who would ever be bigoted against Christians, BM?



For the most part?  Other Christians.
 
2013-07-29 10:06:41 PM

CK2005: Cyno01: If you want people to stop equating gender identity with sexuality, then maybe the lgbtqcbbqasdf community or whatever acronym they're using for themselves this week should split.

Not all gays/lesbians/bisexuals relate to transsexuals.  I think it's more that we face some similar discrimination than that we're saying they're exactly like us.


My experience as a bisexual is quite different (and frankly MUCH easier) from someone trans, but yes we face similar discrimination and as a small minority group tend to stick together. It amuses me to no end that I'm actually defending trans inclusion, usually it's the 'why are the bisexuals included'.
 
2013-07-29 10:07:39 PM

codergirl42: He identifies himself as gay, and I can relate to that, but it does get a little complicated. I am attracted to men and women so it's better easier if I just identify as Bi.


If I just saw you walking down the street, I'd probably assume you were female.  After dating someone that was trans, I quit identifying as anything (why must we throw a label on it?)
 
2013-07-29 10:08:16 PM
It's Pat!
 
2013-07-29 10:09:37 PM

TheJoe03: First weed and now this? Good shiat.


Don't forget "Genesis isn't a science book".

/not sure why he's making statements about Phil Collins' work...
 
2013-07-29 10:09:38 PM

TheHighlandHowler: He also thinks pot should be legal.


it won't be legal till mary jane marries juan ah.
 
2013-07-29 10:09:39 PM
1.  He's finally afraid that all the asshole things he's said during his money-grubbing asshole career are going to piss god off when he dies real soon, so Pat's trying to be more christ-like here at the end.
---or---
2.  He's exhibiting dementia/Alzheimers/stroke

After my asshole grandfather had a stroke he became an actually enjoyable person, so I'm going with number 2.
 
2013-07-29 10:10:47 PM
www.topcoder.com
 
2013-07-29 10:10:54 PM
I know this behavior. My teenage daughter is just like him when she tells me she did her homework, but it's just another crappy attempt at manipulation. Same as Pat Robertson when he manipulates his donors.

You may think you talk the good talk, Pat, but let's look at what your behavior shows. It's lacking. Same as my daughter on grading day. But my daughter is being judged by a teacher, not the Almighty.

When you meet your maker, Pat, and you get well deserved lots and lots of zeros, what then Pat?
 
2013-07-29 10:11:25 PM
He probably thinks the reproductive organs work in the new gender, and only XXs with a weener or XYs with a baby factory get trans-surgicaled. So *snip* now it's all the way things were meant to be and they can have all the Jesus babies that Jesus Jesused up at the time of Jesus creation.

/you all think I'm kidding
 
2013-07-29 10:12:05 PM

hardinparamedic: bmihura: I like that line of thinking.

Even then, it would not stop the religious right in America from discriminating against people for their sexuality or gender issues, or even just being a little more masculine or feminine from the norm for their gender.  You see, the Religious Right does not believe anyone did not have a choice to do this. They CHOOSE to be transgendered. They choose to be gay/lesbian. It's a "lifestyle". That's how they justify their actions to their conscience at night.


Hey that makes sense. What is uncool is saying "right" and "left" though. I don't give a shiat about religion, but I do give a shiat about political divide.
 
2013-07-29 10:12:42 PM

Lady Indica: CK2005: Cyno01: If you want people to stop equating gender identity with sexuality, then maybe the lgbtqcbbqasdf community or whatever acronym they're using for themselves this week should split.

Not all gays/lesbians/bisexuals relate to transsexuals.  I think it's more that we face some similar discrimination than that we're saying they're exactly like us.

My experience as a bisexual is quite different (and frankly MUCH easier) from someone trans, but yes we face similar discrimination and as a small minority group tend to stick together. It amuses me to no end that I'm actually defending trans inclusion, usually it's the 'why are the bisexuals included'.


Why do you think that is with trans?

I mean, I'm not some closed-minded douche, but when I'm around some dude/chick that is trans, I find myself expending quite a bit of mental power in the back of my mind trying to figure out what they are as defined by their sex chromosomes. It's like something that the mind immediately goes and tries to figure out.
 
2013-07-29 10:13:25 PM

ambassador_ahab: codergirl42: He identifies himself as gay, and I can relate to that, but it does get a little complicated. I am attracted to men and women so it's better easier if I just identify as Bi.

If I just saw you walking down the street, I'd probably assume you were female.  After dating someone that was trans, I quit identifying as anything (why must we throw a label on it?)


Well we could also identify as pansexual, since I've also dated both FtoM and MtoF trans people.
 
2013-07-29 10:14:30 PM

Lady Indica: CK2005: Cyno01: If you want people to stop equating gender identity with sexuality, then maybe the lgbtqcbbqasdf community or whatever acronym they're using for themselves this week should split.

Not all gays/lesbians/bisexuals relate to transsexuals.  I think it's more that we face some similar discrimination than that we're saying they're exactly like us.

My experience as a bisexual is quite different (and frankly MUCH easier) from someone trans, but yes we face similar discrimination and as a small minority group tend to stick together. It amuses me to no end that I'm actually defending trans inclusion, usually it's the 'why are the bisexuals included'.


yeah, it's odd.  I've been discriminated against by homophobic heterosexuals and biphobic homosexuals and I don't really identify completely with either side.
 
2013-07-29 10:16:54 PM
"Farklibs apoplectic at concept of hate the sin, love the sinner.  News at 11."
 
2013-07-29 10:18:04 PM

tbeatty: "Farklibs apoplectic at concept of hate the sin, love the sinner.  News at 11."


1/10
 
2013-07-29 10:18:39 PM

hardinparamedic: Shedim: ambassador_ahab: codergirl42: I'm transgender and I identify as bisexual, even though I married a man

So were you born with a Y chromosome?

Chromosomal makeup ≠ gender.

Just wait. Eventually this thread will devolve into people telling us how transgenders are mentally ill and a danger to themselves because they want to "mutilate" themselves, and how like gays they just need to go to Jesus Camp to learn how to be normal.

No. I'm not kidding. The last thread, someone ACTUALLY put forth Ex-gay therapy as a legitimate medical treatment.


Yea, and it's sad.

The weird thing is I had people tell me that Robertson felt this way about trans people at least a decade ago. I never saw confirmation so I didn't believe it but well, he's still an ass.
 
2013-07-29 10:23:15 PM

tbeatty: "Farklibs apoplectic at concept of hate the sin, love the sinner.  News at 11."


ih0.redbubble.net
 
2013-07-29 10:23:20 PM
If a god was real, Pat would've exploded in the womb.
 
2013-07-29 10:23:35 PM
So the pope says he's cool with gay people, now pat Robertson appered to backhandedly say he's ok with it. Does that mean everyone else will come around?
/ hopefully
// but probably not
 
2013-07-29 10:24:39 PM

Marine1: not sure why he's making statements about Phil Collins' work...


www.clickorlando.com


Do you like phil collins?

Been a big Genesis fan, ever since the release of their 1980 album, Duke.

Before that I didn't really understand any of their work, it was too artsy, too intellectual...it was on Duke where Phil Collins presence became more apparent.
I think Invisible Touch is the group's undisputed masterpiece, its an epic meditation on intangibility at the same time it deepens and enriches the meaning of the preceding 3 albums...

Christy, take off the robe...

Listen to the brilliant ensemble playing of Banks, Collins and Rutherford you can practically hear every nuance of every instrument,

Sabrina...remove your dress,

In terms of lyrical craftsmanship and sheer songwriting, this album hits a new peak of professionalism,

Sabrina why don't you uh, dance a little...

Take the lyrics to "Land of Confusion", in this song, Phil Collins addresses the problems of abusive political authority. In Too Deep is the most moving pop song of the 1980's, about monogamy and commitment, the song is extremely uplifting...their lyrics are as positive and affirmative as uh, anything I've heard in rock...

Christy, get down on your knees so Sabrina can see your ass....

Phil Collins solo career, it seems to be more commercial and therefore more satisfying in a narrower way.

Especially songs like, In The Air Tonight and Against All Odds...

Sabrina, don't just stare at it, eat it!

I also think, Phil Collins works best within the confines of the group than as a solo artist, and I stress the word artist.
This is Sussudio, great, great song...personal favorite.
 
2013-07-29 10:25:09 PM
When I was a little kid, I was stuck at my fundie grandmother's house, and this guy was on TV.  They were having some lively discussion about how the decline of America was totally due to minorities, when Pat fell asleep.  The lady with the poodle hair finally noticed, and nudged him awake.

He came to with a start, and hollered, "I REMEMBER WHEN ROCKS WAS MONEY."
 
2013-07-29 10:28:14 PM
I clicked on that thinking nothing Pat Robertson says would surprise me...and then I was surprised.

Good to know that's not a sin - not that I'll be trying it anytime soon.
 
2013-07-29 10:33:42 PM
what the hell is going on around here?
 
2013-07-29 10:38:57 PM

Lionel Mandrake: "I think there are men who are in a woman's body,"

Sounds like a pretty egregious mistake for God to put a man in a woman's body.

Oh, well!  Mysterious Way's and all that!!

♪♫la-lal-la-la♪♫  Hey, Honey BooBoo's on!!


Well, this man has often been in a woman's body, if you know what I mean (and I'm pretty sure that you do.)

/bad joke
//apologies
///didn't read entire thread
////probably already been done
 
2013-07-29 10:43:08 PM

tbeatty: "Farklibs apoplectic at concept of hate the sin, love the sinner.  News at 11."


what sin?
old news is old
 
2013-07-29 10:45:30 PM
Better watch your ass, Pat...

i1121.photobucket.com

JK!

Even God commanded His People to do some weenie whackin'.

It's all cool.
 
2013-07-29 10:50:41 PM
The first question Pat Robertson answered involved caring for a suicidal friend by understanding that they are insane and probably hopped up on tranquilizers, because most firearm suicides involve people blitzed out on Ambien. The second question he answered involved reassuring a poor woman who, instead of tithing, used that money to keep the power on and her children fed, that she would not go to hell for not tithing, but that by not tithing she was insulting God who would provide for her and her children if she only would drop 10% of her family's income to the church. The third question was Pat Robertson being entirely reasonable about respecting transgender people who have actually "amputated" their bodies, but he was on the fence about people who didn't go the distance. In the last question, Pat jumped through some biblical cherry-picking hoops to tell some woman that she shouldn't feel guilty for divorcing her abusive husband.

So on the whole it was a pretty reasonable question and answer segment. The biggest stand he took was passive aggressively telling a woman in poverty that she should fork over some more cash and maybe she wouldn't be so poor, but other than that his statements were pretty even-handed. Maybe the dude is softening up in his old age. His head of the PTA, VP of the local HOA, and local leader of the community co-host tried to goad him into incendiary comments a couple times, and he just went "Who am I to judge?"
 
2013-07-29 10:51:35 PM

optikeye: I don't think there's any sin associated with that. I don't condemn somebody for doing that."


You know Pat...I don't give a flying fark at rolling doughnut what you think, as if your an arbertrator of what's sin or not. That ego you have..that even to make what you "Think" is sin or not is amazingly self-serving.
Especially when it's not your place to "Condemn somebody for doing that"...HELLO..you can't do that unless you think farken GOD---asshole.


This is the most asshole comment I have ever seen. Hating someone for who you think they are rather than their comments. I don't like the dude much either, but in this case he said something halfway decent.
 
2013-07-29 10:53:37 PM

Scaevola: Lionel Mandra

Well, this man has often been in a woman's body, if you know what I mean (and I'm pretty sure that you do.)

/bad joke
//apologies
///didn't read entire thread
////probably already been done



I didn't notice anyone, and I wanted to take it to the bottom of the barrel, also.

/hifive
//tomorrow is on the menu
///ohyeah_vector_despicable_me
 
2013-07-29 10:56:54 PM

bmihura: ekdikeo4: optikeye: I don't think there's any sin associated with that. I don't condemn somebody for doing that."


You know Pat...I don't give a flying fark at rolling doughnut what you think, as if your an arbertrator of what's sin or not. That ego you have..that even to make what you "Think" is sin or not is amazingly self-serving.
Especially when it's not your place to "Condemn somebody for doing that"...HELLO..you can't do that unless you think farken GOD---asshole.

I think the saying should be moved from "Don't judge people" to "Don't judge people for things other than their actions".  If you never judge someone, you're going to live your life getting ripped off constantly by bad people.  There comes a point where you simply must judge people by the things that they do.

I like that line of thinking.


You know, that's essentially what Matthew 7 already says. "For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you."

That's the verse people always leave out when they harp on you about 'not judging.' It has also handily started a few arguments with my biblethumper in-laws who know all there is to know about the bible. Except for the inconvenient parts. Or the parts that offend them. Or the parts that conflict with their lifestyle or habits. Or the parts... well, you know the parts.
 
2013-07-29 11:00:44 PM

codergirl42: ambassador_ahab: codergirl42: He identifies himself as gay, and I can relate to that, but it does get a little complicated. I am attracted to men and women so it's better easier if I just identify as Bi.

If I just saw you walking down the street, I'd probably assume you were female.  After dating someone that was trans, I quit identifying as anything (why must we throw a label on it?)

Well we could also identify as pansexual, since I've also dated both FtoM and MtoF trans people.


Same, well except I've only been friends with FTM's , hey they were married or getting married. Otherwise curious, curious.
 
2013-07-29 11:01:13 PM
Pat Robertson is a leprechaun.
 
2013-07-29 11:01:29 PM

hardinparamedic: tbeatty: "Farklibs apoplectic at concept of hate the sin, love the sinner.  News at 11."

[ih0.redbubble.net image 375x360]


Ah it's threads like these that remind me why I love you so much hardinparamedic
 
2013-07-29 11:05:02 PM

codergirl42: Well we could also identify as pansexual, since I've also dated both FtoM and MtoF trans people.


I've dated FTM and had sexual relations with females and males, but throwing a specific label on it seemed silly to me.  I identify by my name and just let it be.  The way I see it, if I'm seriously involved with someone and they want to have sex with me, that person isn't going to care about my "label" at that point.
 
2013-07-29 11:05:20 PM
Is it wrong that when I read the headline, I thought it meant he died and got real happy?
 
2013-07-29 11:07:52 PM
Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: ...

So on the whole it was a pretty reasonable question and answer segment. The biggest stand he took was passive aggressively telling a woman in poverty that she should fork over some more cash and maybe she wouldn't be so poor, but other than that his statements were pretty even-handed. Maybe the dude is softening up in his old age. His head of the PTA, VP of the local HOA, and local leader of the community co-host tried to goad him into incendiary comments a couple times, and he just went "Who am I to judge?"

Bigot, scam artist.....and a Nazi?

Fark him.
 
2013-07-29 11:09:23 PM
Blind nut finds squirrel?
 
2013-07-29 11:11:00 PM
Pat Robertson is a crazyman trapped in the body of a man.
 
2013-07-29 11:11:43 PM

strapp3r: Pat's #1 donor [juliacomedy.com image 186x240]  died over the weekend
so, we'll likely see the true Pat emerge

/he'll be wearing a cock-ring by Thursday


Who is that? Gotta Google
 
2013-07-29 11:13:21 PM
Perhaps the 2nd stroke cured the first one.
 
2013-07-29 11:17:42 PM

ambassador_ahab: codergirl42: Well we could also identify as pansexual, since I've also dated both FtoM and MtoF trans people.

I've dated FTM and had sexual relations with females and males, but throwing a specific label on it seemed silly to me.  I identify by my name and just let it be.  The way I see it, if I'm seriously involved with someone and they want to have sex with me, that person isn't going to care about my "label" at that point.


Yeah, my husband and I refer to our relationship as a marriage, rather than a gay or straight marriage. No need to make a distinction since neither descriptors are really apt.
 
2013-07-29 11:18:17 PM
Normally I recommend that everyone masturbate furiously.
 
2013-07-29 11:19:44 PM

ambassador_ahab: Normally I recommend that everyone masturbate furiously.


Wrong thread, but I guess it kinda works here too.

codergirl42: Yeah, my husband and I refer to our relationship as a marriage, rather than a gay or straight marriage


See, it is a marriage, so it's seems entirely reasonable that you'd call it a marriage.
 
2013-07-29 11:22:14 PM

ambassador_ahab: Normally I recommend that everyone masturbate furiously.



Stroke 'em if ya got em'.
 
2013-07-29 11:22:59 PM
Pat Robertson has gone to plaid. That or he's playing an elaborate game of human-compassion chicken with Pope Francis.
 
2013-07-29 11:23:07 PM

tinfoil-hat maggie: codergirl42: ambassador_ahab: codergirl42: He identifies himself as gay, and I can relate to that, but it does get a little complicated. I am attracted to men and women so it's better easier if I just identify as Bi.

If I just saw you walking down the street, I'd probably assume you were female.  After dating someone that was trans, I quit identifying as anything (why must we throw a label on it?)

Well we could also identify as pansexual, since I've also dated both FtoM and MtoF trans people.

Same, well except I've only been friends with FTM's , hey they were married or getting married. Otherwise curious, curious.


I didn't date either out of any sense of curiosity or anything. To me it doesn't matter what genitals a person has but whether or not we were compatible in a relationship.
 
2013-07-29 11:25:30 PM

show me: optikeye: I don't think there's any sin associated with that. I don't condemn somebody for doing that."


You know Pat...I don't give a flying fark at rolling doughnut what you think, as if your an arbertrator of what's sin or not. That ego you have..that even to make what you "Think" is sin or not is amazingly self-serving.
Especially when it's not your place to "Condemn somebody for doing that"...HELLO..you can't do that unless you think farken GOD---asshole.

This is the most asshole comment I have ever seen. Hating someone for who you think they are rather than their comments. I don't like the dude much either, but in this case he said something halfway decent.


Pat Robertson might sleep with you.
 
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