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(The Raw Story)   Oprah tells atheist swimmer that she can't believe in "awe" and "wonder". And the atheist's response is just as stupid. Popcorn, anyone?   (rawstory.com) divider line 332
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2013-10-14 06:01:30 PM  

comhcinc: impaler: I have redefined "god" to mean "tacos," so anyone that believes in tacos is not an atheist.

I believe in god, and he is delicious.

................I guess I believe in god too then. See you at church.

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HERETIC!

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The one True Church.
 
2013-10-14 06:02:13 PM  
help me, what am I supposed to hate again? Oprah or Taco Bell?
 
2013-10-14 06:02:44 PM  

mgshamster: Corvus: Sorry what did the atheist say was stupid?

I guess I missed it.
Relatively Obscure: "I think sunsets are pretty."

"THAT'S WHAT GOD IS SO YOU NOW BELIEVE IN GOD AHAHAHAHA"

Well I've had Farkers yell at me saying you can't believe in the supernatural and be an atheist too.

As an atheist and a scientist, let me assure you that a person absolutely can be an atheist and believe in the supernatural.

Atheism va theism is a question of one's belief in a deity or deities.  We don't really have word choices for those who do/don't believe in the non-deity supernatural things.  "Skeptic," maybe, but that word can be used for a lot of other things besides just the supernatural (e.g. conspiracies, aliens among us, etc...)


Rubbish. If you believe in supernatural beings, there's absolutely no excuse for not believing in god(s), as there's equally convincing evidence. The indictment of theism is the question "How?" OK, God created the heavens and the earth in six days, but how'd he do it? Same thing goes for ghosts, werewolves, etc. If you're an atheist, you have to be a skeptic about beliefs for which there is no physical explanation.
 
2013-10-14 06:04:29 PM  

mgshamster: Semantics can be fun


I was more thinking of it in terms of puns. You know, playing off different possible meanings of the words just for the sake of trying to be clever. Semantics is more... I don't know, boring.
 
2013-10-14 06:04:45 PM  

Banned on the Run: comhcinc: Shostie: Englebert Slaptyback: comhcinc

impaler: I have redefined "god" to mean "tacos," so anyone that believes in tacos is not an atheist.

I believe in god, and he is delicious.

................I guess I believe in god too then. See you at church.


WAIT WAIT WAIT

In the future, all restaurants are Taco Bell. That must mean... that the prophecies are true and tacos is/are the one true god!!

AAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!

*crashes through window*

*flees to Burger King*

So... In the grand pantheon of restaurant gods, what are the combo Taco Bell/Long John Silver restaurants?

Never seen one of those. We have Taco Bell/KFCs around here. They get annoyed when you ask for gravy on your tacos.

We have Taco Bell/KFC/Pizza Huts, aka Kentaco Hut

/gravy on tacos.  Hmmmmm.......


Das Racist - Pizza Hut & Taco Bell (Wallpaper. Remix)
 
2013-10-14 06:06:04 PM  

scottydoesntknow: Winfrey agreed: "Well, I believe that and feel that so deeply. It's why every time I enter my yard or leave, I say, 'Hello trees bees!'"

FTFOprah

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2013-10-14 06:06:17 PM  

The_Sponge: cman: Christ there are a lot of Oprah bashers in this thread

What did she ever do to you? Did she spit on your hamburger?


She was in the movie "Beloved", and I had to read that awful book back in high school.....and I hate everything associated with said book.

/Movie came out when I was in college.


Was she? I thought she was just in the "The Color Purple," which was a good movie and she was AWESOME in it. I've had a fairly good opinion of Oprah ever since, because I pay absolutely no attention to her. Very good actor.
 
2013-10-14 06:09:01 PM  

mbillips: mgshamster: Corvus: Sorry what did the atheist say was stupid?

I guess I missed it.
Relatively Obscure: "I think sunsets are pretty."

"THAT'S WHAT GOD IS SO YOU NOW BELIEVE IN GOD AHAHAHAHA"

Well I've had Farkers yell at me saying you can't believe in the supernatural and be an atheist too.

As an atheist and a scientist, let me assure you that a person absolutely can be an atheist and believe in the supernatural.

Atheism va theism is a question of one's belief in a deity or deities.  We don't really have word choices for those who do/don't believe in the non-deity supernatural things.  "Skeptic," maybe, but that word can be used for a lot of other things besides just the supernatural (e.g. conspiracies, aliens among us, etc...)

Rubbish. If you believe in supernatural beings, there's absolutely no excuse for not believing in god(s), as there's equally convincing evidence. The indictment of theism is the question "How?" OK, God created the heavens and the earth in six days, but how'd he do it? Same thing goes for ghosts, werewolves, etc. If you're an atheist, you have to be a skeptic about beliefs for which there is no physical explanation.


What's the definition of "atheist" again?  Lack of belief in a deity.  Belief or nonbelief in a deity says nothing about belief or nonbelief in other supernatural things.

For that matter, not everyone is good at analyzing evidence, or cares to analyze evidence.  Some people may have no belief in a deity because that's how they were raised, and they never actually looked at the evidence themselves. They are still atheists. They may have also looked at the evidence for ghosts and concluded that the evidence is convincing.  Perhaps they think ghosts are not supernatural.

Regardless of the explanation, the word "atheist" is not an all-encompassing term for nonbelief in all things supernatural. It is a term which only and specifically applies to a nonbelief in a deity.

Perhaps you're looking for the term "naturalist" or "skeptic" rather than "atheist"?

/Thanks to Son of Thunder for pointing out some words for me.
 
2013-10-14 06:09:52 PM  
The idea of God doesn't usually cross my mind in a day unless an atheist or a theist brings it up.
 
2013-10-14 06:10:00 PM  

mgshamster: Defining terms can be very important when trying to convey thoughts and ideas. The other week I was in a conversation with a theist who was trying to convince me that he had proof of God. He started his proof with a question, "Do you believe in graffiti?" I was unable to respond, because I didn't know what he meant. I asked him to clarify, and he became confused. He didn't understand how I could be confused by his question.


To a theist, belief is as good or better than evidence. In this context his question makes perfect sense. Sure you can see graffiti, but more importantly you believe in graffiti. What's better is that in the face of conflicting evidence the belief need not change. It's imagined analogy would be that just because banksy was shot doesn't mean that graffiti doesn't exist. In that same way god exists to him.

Except you, being a rationalist see belief as subordinate to facts. It's okay to believe something unless evidence proves it dead wrong, but you don't hold that belief the same as proof. Graffiti exists to you because you drive by it everyday. You have no need to rely on some lesser positive assertion to crutch about the subject.

This is likely why you were not even agree on the terms. You both use a word that has very different meaning to each other. That fundamental divide guarantees that the argument will devolve into a "semantic" one.
 
2013-10-14 06:10:08 PM  

I May Be Crazy But...: mgshamster: Semantics can be fun

I was more thinking of it in terms of puns. You know, playing off different possible meanings of the words just for the sake of trying to be clever. Semantics is more... I don't know, boring.


Puns are just semantical comedy. :)
 
2013-10-14 06:10:49 PM  

cman: Christ there are a lot of Oprah bashers in this thread

What did she ever do to you? Did she spit on your hamburger?


Oprah makes a comment that insults a group of people (atheist) and you don't understand why people would be upset?
 
2013-10-14 06:11:03 PM  

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That thing scared me so much when I was younger!!!
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That salt monster was pretty frightening, too.
 
2013-10-14 06:11:18 PM  

Thunderboy: letrole: Atheism is a Religion.

You got in on this topic far too late.  0/10, may dog lift his leg on your sole.


That's a terrible thing to suggest doing to a mainly harmless flatfish.
 
2013-10-14 06:11:47 PM  

Old_Chief_Scott: Administrator #102 was enjoying the relative quiet of a slow Monday on Fark. It was kind of nice when the week got off to such a start. They seldom did these days. The demands of the queue were low and a story about spiders having feelings was topping the hit list so maybe some of the usual troublemakers were actually getting some work done today for a change instead of making her life miserable.

Of course, she had only finished the thought when the Red Phone illuminated and the insistent chirp-chirp-chirp of its tone reverberated through the control bunker. Only Drew Curtis himself ever called on that line and Administrator #102 tensed reflexively. The Red Phone always meant trouble.

Administrator #102 took a deep breath and then toggled the switch on her console to put the call through her headset. "Yes boss!" she said, mustering as much cheerfulness into her voice as she could. On the other end of the line the sound of harp music and the Beer Waterfall could be heard.

"Good morning, Administrator One-Oh-Two," came the Great One's voice. "I would like you to green a thread for me please."

"Yes sir, no problem sir! Which one?"

"7974769."

"Are, are you sure sir?"

Drew Curtis sighed loudly on the other end of the line. "Do you know who is visiting me today Administrator One-Oh-Two? The Pope. As in does a Pope shiat in the woods. That Pope. And we have a little bet going. So green that headline and make it snappy or you'll be busted back down to sorting repeats on the Video Tab, is that perfectly clear?"

The line went dead.

Administrator #102 was reminded of the time that The Boss deleted the entire Politics Tab. You just did not mess with The Boss when he was in a mood like this. She tapped at the keyboard and greened the thread. Atheists, Oprah, and the main page.

This was about to get all kinds of stupid.


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2013-10-14 06:11:52 PM  

lockers: mgshamster: Defining terms can be very important when trying to convey thoughts and ideas. The other week I was in a conversation with a theist who was trying to convince me that he had proof of God. He started his proof with a question, "Do you believe in graffiti?" I was unable to respond, because I didn't know what he meant. I asked him to clarify, and he became confused. He didn't understand how I could be confused by his question.

To a theist, belief is as good or better than evidence. In this context his question makes perfect sense. Sure you can see graffiti, but more importantly you believe in graffiti. What's better is that in the face of conflicting evidence the belief need not change. It's imagined analogy would be that just because banksy was shot doesn't mean that graffiti doesn't exist. In that same way god exists to him.

Except you, being a rationalist see belief as subordinate to facts. It's okay to believe something unless evidence proves it dead wrong, but you don't hold that belief the same as proof. Graffiti exists to you because you drive by it everyday. You have no need to rely on some lesser positive assertion to crutch about the subject.

This is likely why you were not even agree on the terms. You both use a word that has very different meaning to each other. That fundamental divide guarantees that the argument will devolve into a "semantic" one.


That's what I was trying to drive at. Thank you for putting into an explanation that I was unable to do.
 
2013-10-14 06:13:11 PM  

lockers: FloydA: I am constantly amazed that theists feel an irresistible need to re-define atheism to mean something other than "lack of belief in gods." That's what it means, and that is all it means.  Why are believers so resistant to that definition?

To theists, atheism is far worse than someone being a different religion. Atheists, to them, are effectively saying that all those things they cherish are delusional and childish. The more firmly you believe the more your going to demonize. A lack of belief is a real punch to the gut to those people.


A Theist attempting to define what and how an Atheist believes is just as rude and wrong headed as an Atheist attempting to define what and how a Theist believes. Aside from the fact that many Atheists attempt to paint a Theists beliefs as delusional or childish (which will automatically put someone on the defensive and shut down any hope of common understanding) I personally feel that much of the problem comes from the Sanctity of Life teachings inherent in religious teachings. Some Theists will find it difficult to understand how a person can have a moral value towards life without those teachings and that's why you get the whole "If you don't believe what stops you from killing people" type of responses. What they fail to understand is that even Atheistic ideology has it's basis in religious teachings (or philosophical teachings of ancient theists). As you go back in history it becomes impossible to separate religion from society and because Atheism has it's philosophical roots in religious, it's not a big stretch to separate a moral value on life with the teachings of a supposed Deity.

Now which came first, the value of life or religious teachings supporting valuing life is a Chicken and Egg argument that's not relevant. The point is, one can *still* have a moral value and compass without the need to believe in a Deity judging their actions when they die.

All that being said, Oprah probably should have just taken the swimmer on her word and left it at that. It's okay and desirable for differing views of the unknowable to exist in our society because each viewpoint adds to our understanding of this Universe and our role in it.
 
2013-10-14 06:13:18 PM  
Christians come in all flavour of monster.
 
2013-10-14 06:16:46 PM  

Testiclaw: Soup4Bonnie: The last time I got suckered into watching Oprah, she had the entire cast of Crash on and they were all talking about what a moving experience it was because it dealt with race and then holy shiat I saw the movie and wanted to punch everyone and Oprah twice.  Maybe even kick her.

fark Oprah.  fark Crash.  God damn that movie sucked.

I hated that movie. And people who were blown away by how deeeeep it was? I hate them, too.

Also, I hate Oprah.


I'd never think Oprah Winfrey would like a film about people who get their rocks off for automobile wrecks.
 
2013-10-14 06:17:05 PM  

Misconduc: My wife watches Oprah, I find nothing entertaining or interesting about her. She is neither intelligent and in fact quite judge mental, to me she is nothing more then a rich over materialistic black woman.

I would rather have a cup of coffee with a homeless veteran I see around the downtown area, the guy could recite plato or shakespeare - while homeless, he gets veterans into rehab and everything else (often asking me to drive them to VA hospitals etc).
He doesn't want a dime, doesn't drink or spoke - chooses to be homeless because he enjoys traveling on trains and just doing odd jobs for cash while helping others.

I just wish the guy would return, I hope he's alright last I heard he was traveling to Kansas.


Worst. Steinbeck-tribute short short. Ever.
 
2013-10-14 06:17:24 PM  

Phil Moskowitz: Christians come in all flavour of monster.


They're a shiatty energy drink that tastes like Chinese cough syrup?
 
2013-10-14 06:19:51 PM  

CanisNoir: Oprah probably should have just taken the swimmer on her word and left it at that.


It looks like the whole point of that bit was to talk about it.
 
2013-10-14 06:21:22 PM  
She's still around? I thought she'd been put out to pasture.

Remember the time cows sued her for non-support? Hello cows!
 
2013-10-14 06:21:51 PM  

swaniefrmreddeer: What a stunned c*nt. This is why there is so much animosity directed at the religious by atheists. Religious people show no real awe and wonder, because god did it, no need to figure out what is really going on. Curiosity is the greatest human trait, without it we would still be living in caves.


Dude, that was as derpy as what Oprah said.
 
2013-10-14 06:24:05 PM  

moralpanic: cman: Christ there are a lot of Oprah bashers in this thread

What did she ever do to you? Did she spit on your hamburger?

Oprah makes a comment that insults a group of people (atheist) and you don't understand why people would be upset?


I'm an atheist and I don't believe that was an insult.
 
2013-10-14 06:25:06 PM  

jake3988: MaudlinMutantMollusk * * Smartest * Funniest 2013-10-14 03:13:57 PM This just in: Oprah Winfrey is a judgmental f*cking idiot
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She's a christian. I've never met a single one that wasn't a judgemental idiot. Especially of atheists.

'How could you <insert stupid crap here> if you're an atheist? I certainly couldn't'.

Me: 'I'm not you, douchebag!'


Either you need to dramatically expand the number of people who interact with or maybe you're projecting.  I've interacted with literally thousands of Christians and honestly don't recall more than one or two ever being judgmental about me being an atheist.
 
2013-10-14 06:28:54 PM  
www.rawstory.com

Whutcha talkin' 'bout, Atheist
 
2013-10-14 06:29:12 PM  

I May Be Crazy But...: It looks like the whole point of that bit was to talk about it.


Could be, I didn't watch the video. As someone who occasionally attends a Presbyterian service, I can honestly say that if a majority of Christians actually studied the history of Judaism and Christianity it would really open their eyes. I find it fascinating and not the least biatchallenging to any faith I might have to see the evolution of the religions over time. If Oprah wanted to have a religious debate with the swimmer she should have had an actual Theologian on her show to do it instead of trying to field it herself.

Anyone interested in that type of history should check out This Podcast. Sure, he's a Canadian professor so there's an accent, but I've found them all very interesting from his take on the Gospels, to the evolution of Satan\The Devil.
 
Ant
2013-10-14 06:30:01 PM  
"Well, I don't call you an atheist then," Winfrey replied. "I think if you believe in the awe and the wonder and the mystery that that is what God is. That is what God is. It's not a bearded guy in the sky."

This is like when my drunk dipshiat of a stepfather told our black next-door-neighbor "I don't really consider you as black because you don't act like a thug or rob people or anything"
 
Ant
2013-10-14 06:31:53 PM  

impaler: I have redefined "god" to mean "tacos," so anyone that believes in tacos is not an atheist.

I believe in god, and he is delicious.


I went to the God truck yesterday and had some Pescado Gods and some Adobada Gods. They were delicious!
 
2013-10-14 06:32:07 PM  

Ant: "Well, I don't call you an atheist then," Winfrey replied. "I think if you believe in the awe and the wonder and the mystery that that is what God is. That is what God is. It's not a bearded guy in the sky."

This is like when my drunk dipshiat of a stepfather told our black next-door-neighbor "I don't really consider you as black because you don't act like a thug or rob people or anything"


That was bad because your neighbor actually does act like a thug and rob people, right?
 
2013-10-14 06:33:59 PM  
Elzar:img.fark.net

This person has obviously never heard of prisms.
 
2013-10-14 06:40:52 PM  

bigbobowski: help me, what am I supposed to hate again? Oprah or Taco Bell?


Well, Oprah spelled backwards is Harpo, which is the name of her production company  and the name of the silent Marx Brother.

But Taco Bell is an anagram for Cello Tab, which is good if you want to learn how to play songs.

Oprah has her own TV channel.

Taco Bell has its own Doritos flavor.

Oprah gives out free cars, only for people to find out they're going to accrue a gift tax on them.

Taco Bell gives out free video game systems, only for people to find out they're going to spend all night in the bathroom.

Oprah starred in "The Color Purple."

Taco Bell starred in "Demolition Man."

Make of that information what you will. I can guide you no further.
 
2013-10-14 06:41:35 PM  

jst3p: mgshamster: I should be in the kitchen: She sounds like a Humanist. Ain't nothing wrong with that!

I have spoken with many deeply religious individuals who truly can't wrap their heads around the fact that you can be in awe of nature and the mysteries of the universe WITHOUT belief in some diety. And it's impossible to explain it in a way they could truly understand, just as it's impossible to explain God in a way that would make me believe.

I doubt that. If I were to explain God as, "This right here is God," followed by a visual/physical presentation of God itself, I'm sure you would believe.

Now, the tricky part is actually finding such a being that fits religious descriptions, but if I could, I'm sure you would start believing.

You know it was a lot easier in the Old Testament. God showed up all the damn time. As a burning bush, made a game out of torturing Job to prove a point to Satan, the pillar of smoke and fire, he was bringing down fire and brimstone to level towns that had orgies, plagues that were obviously his work.

Now that just about everyone on the planet has a cell phone and can take pictures or video on a moments notice farker goes radio silent, and we are supposed to see him in a goddamn sunset. What the hell is that? There is a sunset every single day? Is God just getting lazy, mailing it in like Randy Moss on a play not designed to go to him?


IMO, God jumped the shark when he showed up on a grilled cheese sandwich. I mean, grilled cheese sandwiches are delicious but I felt he was really phoning it in at that point.
 
2013-10-14 06:42:33 PM  
Holy sacrament:

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I believe.
 
2013-10-14 06:44:01 PM  
"Spiritual" is a term of fluffy minded people from many backgrounds. But the spiritual person probably doesn't have the chops to argue atheism with a media figure. But even better is to know how to shutdown or redirect an argument.  A little bit of coaching for her would be "Don't talk spirit or religion" or "If someone brings up religion simply say 'that's not a topic I talk about'."

That being said....

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And as long as I'm posting silly pictures...

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It's normally not worth debating people.
 
2013-10-14 06:44:13 PM  

jake3988: MaudlinMutantMollusk * * Smartest * Funniest 2013-10-14 03:13:57 PM This just in: Oprah Winfrey is a judgmental f*cking idiot
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She's a christian. I've never met a single one that wasn't a judgemental idiot. Especially of atheists.

'How could you <insert stupid crap here> if you're an atheist? I certainly couldn't'.

Me: 'I'm not you, douchebag!'


She is not a Christian.
 
2013-10-14 06:44:43 PM  

cman: Christ there are a lot of Oprah bashers in this thread

What did she ever do to you? Did she spit on your hamburger?


nine posts in ?
 
2013-10-14 06:46:39 PM  

Son of Thunder: mesmer242: I was under the impression, admittedly not a well researched one, that Oprah isn't a christian. I thought she was all new age and crystals and stuff.

Same here.  Too much Deepak Chopra.  I could be wrong.


I watch Super Soul Sunday for a couple hours most weeks. She's not a Christian, nor is she religious, nor is she a goofy crystal worshipper. She is a "spiritual seeker" who interviews spiritual leaders from all avenues, primarily those that would advise you to look within to find "god." Her guests talk about overcoming fear and ego, self improvement, discovering your authentic self, overcoming obstacles, stuff like that. It's all presented through and analyzed through an extremely vast prism of human experience and worldview. It's about the least "religious" thing you can watch. The main thrust of SSS is that religion limits humanity and that we can reach greater heights through love, tolerance, meditation, awareness, overcoming resistance and growing. It's really about soul development. Most of her guests are fascinating.
 
2013-10-14 06:47:11 PM  

comhcinc: FarkinNortherner: comhcinc: ................I guess I believe in god too then. See you at church.

tacobell.jpg

INFIDEL!

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Taco Bell was founded in 1962, that Heathen Del Taco was not started in touch 1964.

BOW DOWN TO THE ONE TRUE GOD!


So if Taco Bell predates Del Taco, does that make Taco Bell Jewish or is Del Taco Protestant? This is all very confusing.
 
2013-10-14 06:48:15 PM  
I should be in the kitchen:

IMO, God jumped the shark when he showed up on a grilled cheese sandwich. I mean, grilled cheese sandwiches are delicious but I felt he was really phoning it in at that point.

I stopped giving a crap when Jesus showed up on a dog's butt.
 
2013-10-14 06:49:59 PM  

Ant: "Well, I don't call you an atheist then," Winfrey replied. "I think if you believe in the awe and the wonder and the mystery that that is what God is. That is what God is. It's not a bearded guy in the sky."

This is like when my drunk dipshiat of a stepfather told our black next-door-neighbor "I don't really consider you as black because you don't act like a thug or rob people or anything"



Wow, Joe Biden's your stepdad!
 
2013-10-14 06:52:18 PM  

Witness99: Son of Thunder: mesmer242: I was under the impression, admittedly not a well researched one, that Oprah isn't a christian. I thought she was all new age and crystals and stuff.

Same here.  Too much Deepak Chopra.  I could be wrong.

I watch Super Soul Sunday for a couple hours most weeks. She's not a Christian, nor is she religious, nor is she a goofy crystal worshipper. She is a "spiritual seeker" who interviews spiritual leaders from all avenues, primarily those that would advise you to look within to find "god." Her guests talk about overcoming fear and ego, self improvement, discovering your authentic self, overcoming obstacles, stuff like that. It's all presented through and analyzed through an extremely vast prism of human experience and worldview. It's about the least "religious" thing you can watch. The main thrust of SSS is that religion limits humanity and that we can reach greater heights through love, tolerance, meditation, awareness, overcoming resistance and growing. It's really about soul development. Most of her guests are fascinating.


Sounds like a circle jerk. Not that that's a bad thing.
 
Ant
2013-10-14 06:53:31 PM  

letrole: Atheism is a Religion.


i.qkme.me
Shut the fark up, Le Trole. You're out of your element.
 
2013-10-14 06:53:41 PM  

Badgers: Elzar:[img.fark.net image 800x248]

This person has obviously never heard of prisms.


Pftftftftft!  God created the rainbow to remind man that he would never ever flood the whole planet again after that whole Noah debacle.

My mother taught me this when I was a child. She's a JW.
 
2013-10-14 06:57:07 PM  
We have over 9000 penises and they're all raping Jesus.
 
2013-10-14 07:03:03 PM  
fark Oprah in the ear, Religion is for people who need to be told what's right and wrong.
 
2013-10-14 07:04:12 PM  

EvilEgg: You can believe about anything and still be an atheist, with one notable exception.


As an atheist I believe in everything.  I even believe in God as the imaginary entity it is.  The only thing I don't do is pretend imaginary things exist beyond the imagination.
 
2013-10-14 07:04:29 PM  

Ghastly: We have over 9000 penises and they're all raping Jesus.


Are they raping jesus or are they rape raping jesus?
 
2013-10-14 07:06:01 PM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: This just in: Oprah Winfrey is a judgmental f*cking idiot


sounds like subby is in good company
 
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