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mhd
2014-01-07 08:31:10 AM
Couldn't he just wear the black robes of his D&D coven?
 
2014-01-07 08:32:29 AM

RedZoneTuba: This story strains credulity.


Ah, at last a pun that not only fits the situation without being twisted out of shape, but a pun that is humorous! I salute you, sir.
 
2014-01-07 08:34:34 AM

phlegmmo: Eddie Adams from Torrance: We should ban politicians who openly belong to made-up religions.

The question is: who decides which religions are made-up?


Silly question.  They're all made up.
 
2014-01-07 08:35:06 AM

DubtodaIll: Smoking GNU: DubtodaIll: Ilmarinen: In what way is Pastafarianism more weird or disrespectful than, say, Mormonism or Catholicism? Because I seriously don't see it.

Because satire is always more disrespectful than the genuine article.

Only by those people with whom the satire hit's a nerve, as if their core belief might, just might, be total BS after all.

What's BS about faith?  It's a good thing for the individual.


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u-huh
 
2014-01-07 08:35:13 AM
A white colander?  After labor day?  Tasteless.
 
2014-01-07 08:36:05 AM

DubtodaIll: Ilmarinen: DubtodaIll: Ilmarinen: In what way is Pastafarianism more weird or disrespectful than, say, Mormonism or Catholicism? Because I seriously don't see it.

Because satire is always more disrespectful than the genuine article.

I'm curious what you mean by "the genuine article". So it includes Mormonism, does it also include Scientology, Wicca, or the Greek gods?

/the last ones still have genuine worshippers today

A cult becomes a religion after three generations of devout and successful followers.


Alright, so the Olympians and Mormons are in. Does Scientology count yet? Never mind, it will some day. That makes for some truly weird stuff.
 
2014-01-07 08:37:43 AM

Ilmarinen: DubtodaIll: Ilmarinen: In what way is Pastafarianism more weird or disrespectful than, say, Mormonism or Catholicism? Because I seriously don't see it.

Because satire is always more disrespectful than the genuine article.

I'm curious what you mean by "the genuine article". So it includes Mormonism, does it also include Scientology, Wicca, or the Greek gods?

/the last ones still have genuine worshippers today


No, for farks sake... he means it's more disrespectful and stupid to openly pull some dumb shiat for laughs than it is to just be deluded. And this was a grown man doing something he knew was just stupid and absurd to try to make a point. It's the difference between a monkey flinging poo and a sane, lucid adult shiatting in his hand and throwing it. Neither of them should be doing it in polite company, but at least one of them knows better.
 
2014-01-07 08:41:02 AM

Mentalpatient87: Ilmarinen: DubtodaIll: Ilmarinen: In what way is Pastafarianism more weird or disrespectful than, say, Mormonism or Catholicism? Because I seriously don't see it.

Because satire is always more disrespectful than the genuine article.

I'm curious what you mean by "the genuine article". So it includes Mormonism, does it also include Scientology, Wicca, or the Greek gods?

/the last ones still have genuine worshippers today

No, for farks sake... he means it's more disrespectful and stupid to openly pull some dumb shiat for laughs than it is to just be deluded. And this was a grown man doing something he knew was just stupid and absurd to try to make a point. It's the difference between a monkey flinging poo and a sane, lucid adult shiatting in his hand and throwing it. Neither of them should be doing it in polite company, but at least one of them knows better.


How do you know he isn't a true believer? After all, if people could believe in Christianity or Scientology they could believe anything.
 
2014-01-07 08:41:13 AM

Woohoo_02: The older I get the more I can't stand this bullshiat. Is that called maturity? There is a difference between disagreeing with religion and showing childish contempt for it. This is pretty clearly the latter. This is foolish, nothing else, you can see it on the face of the woman swearing him in "Is this what I have to farking do today? Serve this moron?" I legitimately think this shows contempt for the courts as well, and as such he shouldn't be sworn in.


The purpose of satire is to make you think.  Did you ever wonder if its appropriate to have a religious ritual in order to participate in government?  To pastafarians and many atheists, watching politicians swear on a bible is just as ridiculous and offensive as believers watching a man get sworn in while wearing a colander.

Maybe its time to take the religious symbolism out of government?
 
2014-01-07 08:44:40 AM

czei: Woohoo_02: The older I get the more I can't stand this bullshiat. Is that called maturity? There is a difference between disagreeing with religion and showing childish contempt for it. This is pretty clearly the latter. This is foolish, nothing else, you can see it on the face of the woman swearing him in "Is this what I have to farking do today? Serve this moron?" I legitimately think this shows contempt for the courts as well, and as such he shouldn't be sworn in.

The purpose of satire is to make you think.  Did you ever wonder if its appropriate to have a religious ritual in order to participate in government?  To pastafarians and many atheists, watching politicians swear on a bible is just as ridiculous and offensive as believers watching a man get sworn in while wearing a colander.

Maybe its time to take the religious symbolism out of government?


yeah, it makes me think that this dude is a freaking tool, that's what it makes me think....this is 'intelligent atheism'?  wearing a colander on your head while getting sworn into office?

yah.  good luck with that.  the christians are laughing at you, and rightly so.
 
2014-01-07 08:44:46 AM

Ilmarinen: DubtodaIll: Ilmarinen: DubtodaIll: Ilmarinen: In what way is Pastafarianism more weird or disrespectful than, say, Mormonism or Catholicism? Because I seriously don't see it.

Because satire is always more disrespectful than the genuine article.

I'm curious what you mean by "the genuine article". So it includes Mormonism, does it also include Scientology, Wicca, or the Greek gods?

/the last ones still have genuine worshippers today

A cult becomes a religion after three generations of devout and successful followers.

Alright, so the Olympians and Mormons are in. Does Scientology count yet? Never mind, it will some day. That makes for some truly weird stuff.


Do Olympians still have successful followers?  Being able to generate enough wealth to create large public works is one of the hallmarks of an actual religion.  Pretty much if you can build a church (for lack of a better word) that is impressive to non-believers, you've got yourself a religion.
 
2014-01-07 08:46:12 AM

Woohoo_02: The older I get the more I can't stand this bullshiat. Is that called maturity?


Is it maturity when city council members put up statues showing the Ten Commandments in front of court houses or say Christian prayers before council meetings or (lets not forget how FLM got started) board of education members set requirements that creationism be taught as part of science curriculum in public schools? Does that not show contempt for the courts and (at the very least) a complete misunderstanding of the principals this country was founded on?
 
2014-01-07 08:46:39 AM
DubtodaIll:

Do Olympians still have successful followers?  Being able to generate enough wealth to create large public works is one of the hallmarks of an actual religion.  Pretty much if you can build a church (for lack of a better word) that is impressive to non-believers, you've got yourself a religion.

Considering most new churches are built in strip malls these days, it must mean Christianity is on the way out.
 
2014-01-07 08:46:49 AM

czei: Maybe its time to take the religious symbolism out of government?


Which, coincidentally, is the primary raison-d'être of Pastafarianism. Separation of Church and State through religious satire. It's not the office he's not taking seriously (although city council? How seriously does anybody take that anyway?), it religion. I personally find that _very_ reassuring.
 
2014-01-07 08:47:15 AM

Smoking GNU: DubtodaIll: Smoking GNU: DubtodaIll: Ilmarinen: In what way is Pastafarianism more weird or disrespectful than, say, Mormonism or Catholicism? Because I seriously don't see it.

Because satire is always more disrespectful than the genuine article.

Only by those people with whom the satire hit's a nerve, as if their core belief might, just might, be total BS after all.

What's BS about faith?  It's a good thing for the individual.

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u-huh


That, my friend, is Irony.

I'll just repost this from Reddit:

There's always a danger in trying to be ironic in politics or submitting that irony without preparatory explanation...: The woman is actually protesting for gay rights, and probably more specifically for gay marriage.

First, notice that she's holding a rainbow flag. Second, notice the stickers and pins that say "I agree with the SJC", the SJC being the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts which found in favor of gay marriage.

So, the comment about Alan Turing is intended to be ironic in the sense that Turing made enormous contributions to fighting Nazism and by extension computing. Most certainly over the heads of most members of the Religious Wrong and apparently over the heads of some Redditers, too...
 
2014-01-07 08:50:09 AM

Weaver95: this is 'intelligent atheism'?


No, 'Pastafarianism'
 
2014-01-07 08:52:04 AM

DubtodaIll: Do Olympians still have successful followers?  Being able to generate enough wealth to create large public works is one of the hallmarks of an actual religion.  Pretty much if you can build a church (for lack of a better word) that is impressive to non-believers, you've got yourself a religion.


Then Christianity wasn't a religion for the first couple of centuries.
 
2014-01-07 08:53:41 AM

Eddie Adams from Torrance: We should ban politicians who openly belong to made-up religions.


So you're an anarchist then.
 
2014-01-07 08:55:45 AM
I'm not going to talk about any red herring "BUT CHRISTIANS DO THIS" fallacy because, lo and behold, this isn't an article about them. The only reason you can make fun of Christians or Jews or Muslims is most of them take it in stride, constantly turning the conversation around to them is irrelevant. It is like how every conversation in politics comes down to "But someone else..."

It sounds like a child saying "I hit my younger brother because he pinched me. So it is okay." or "My sister called me stupid so I called her a coont."

Making relativistic arguments involving cherry picked cases ISN'T critical thought and ISN'T Reasoning.

IT IS MAGICAL THINKING.Which is EXACTLY what the argument is about and what they say they dislike.
And no, that is not the joke. Smashing an egg on your face and saying "You have egg on your face" isn't a joke. It's moronic. That is why no one is really laughing.
 
2014-01-07 08:57:54 AM

Voiceofreason01: Woohoo_02: The older I get the more I can't stand this bullshiat. Is that called maturity?

Is it maturity when city council members put up statues showing the Ten Commandments in front of court houses or say Christian prayers before council meetings or (lets not forget how FLM got started) board of education members set requirements that creationism be taught as part of science curriculum in public schools? Does that not show contempt for the courts and (at the very least) a complete misunderstanding of the principals this country was founded on?


I would say so. But to say that raising false idols of the ten commandments is Christian is a bit of a misnomer. It has more to do with American culture than Christian culture in my opinion.
 
2014-01-07 08:58:01 AM

Woohoo_02: this isn't an article about them.


Better than examining your own beliefs, or the behavior of those who try to pass oppressive law in your religion's name. Convenient, that.

/ Get off your high horse, already. You are not being persecuted.
 
2014-01-07 08:58:09 AM

Woohoo_02: I'm not going to talk about any red herring "BUT CHRISTIANS DO THIS" fallacy because, lo and behold, this isn't an article about them. The only reason you can make fun of Christians or Jews or Muslims is most of them take it in stride, constantly turning the conversation around to them is irrelevant. It is like how every conversation in politics comes down to "But someone else..."

It sounds like a child saying "I hit my younger brother because he pinched me. So it is okay." or "My sister called me stupid so I called her a coont."

Making relativistic arguments involving cherry picked cases ISN'T critical thought and ISN'T Reasoning.

IT IS MAGICAL THINKING.Which is EXACTLY what the argument is about and what they say they dislike.
And no, that is not the joke. Smashing an egg on your face and saying "You have egg on your face" isn't a joke. It's moronic. That is why no one is really laughing.


We get it, you're a Christian and you don't like it when other religions claim to be as real as yours.
 
2014-01-07 09:02:53 AM

rebelyell2006: Mentalpatient87: Ilmarinen: DubtodaIll: Ilmarinen: In what way is Pastafarianism more weird or disrespectful than, say, Mormonism or Catholicism? Because I seriously don't see it.

Because satire is always more disrespectful than the genuine article.

I'm curious what you mean by "the genuine article". So it includes Mormonism, does it also include Scientology, Wicca, or the Greek gods?

/the last ones still have genuine worshippers today

No, for farks sake... he means it's more disrespectful and stupid to openly pull some dumb shiat for laughs than it is to just be deluded. And this was a grown man doing something he knew was just stupid and absurd to try to make a point. It's the difference between a monkey flinging poo and a sane, lucid adult shiatting in his hand and throwing it. Neither of them should be doing it in polite company, but at least one of them knows better.

How do you know he isn't a true believer? After all, if people could believe in Christianity or Scientology they could believe anything.


Just stop already. I got the point long before you kept repeating it. Religion is silly, I agree with that. You and I both know that this grown man doesn't believe in a spaghetti creature, it's not a huge leap to make. The point has been made, but I'll be damned if the "hurr, FSM" crowd isn't driving the joke so deep into the ground it pops out in China.

Just stop throwing shiat, that's all I'm asking. It's gross and unproductive.
 
2014-01-07 09:05:42 AM
I'm not sure how wearing a kitchen item on your head while getting sworn in is any more ridiculous than the pretend cannibalism ritual Catholics engage in, magic Mormon undies, or just generally believing that an invisible man lives in the sky and grants wishes. It's all kind of silly behavior. The difference is that I don't think anyone's been killed in the name of Pastafarianism.

Advantage: FSM
 
2014-01-07 09:07:11 AM

Mentalpatient87: rebelyell2006: Mentalpatient87: Ilmarinen: DubtodaIll: Ilmarinen: In what way is Pastafarianism more weird or disrespectful than, say, Mormonism or Catholicism? Because I seriously don't see it.

Because satire is always more disrespectful than the genuine article.

I'm curious what you mean by "the genuine article". So it includes Mormonism, does it also include Scientology, Wicca, or the Greek gods?

/the last ones still have genuine worshippers today

No, for farks sake... he means it's more disrespectful and stupid to openly pull some dumb shiat for laughs than it is to just be deluded. And this was a grown man doing something he knew was just stupid and absurd to try to make a point. It's the difference between a monkey flinging poo and a sane, lucid adult shiatting in his hand and throwing it. Neither of them should be doing it in polite company, but at least one of them knows better.

How do you know he isn't a true believer? After all, if people could believe in Christianity or Scientology they could believe anything.

Just stop already. I got the point long before you kept repeating it. Religion is silly, I agree with that. You and I both know that this grown man doesn't believe in a spaghetti creature, it's not a huge leap to make. The point has been made, but I'll be damned if the "hurr, FSM" crowd isn't driving the joke so deep into the ground it pops out in China.

Just stop throwing shiat, that's all I'm asking. It's gross and unproductive.


If you were older, I'm sure you would say the same thing about those fake upstarts Scientology and Mormonism. Hubbard and Smith didn't believe their bullshiat but their followers today definitely do believe it.
 
2014-01-07 09:07:19 AM

Ilmarinen: DubtodaIll: Do Olympians still have successful followers?  Being able to generate enough wealth to create large public works is one of the hallmarks of an actual religion.  Pretty much if you can build a church (for lack of a better word) that is impressive to non-believers, you've got yourself a religion.

Then Christianity wasn't a religion for the first couple of centuries.


Exactly, but it certainly is now.
 
2014-01-07 09:08:18 AM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: I'm not sure how wearing a kitchen item on your head while getting sworn in is any more ridiculous than the pretend cannibalism ritual Catholics engage in, magic Mormon undies, or just generally believing that an invisible man lives in the sky and grants wishes. It's all kind of silly behavior. The difference is that I don't think anyone's been killed in the name of Pastafarianism.

Advantage: FSM


Yes, that's the joke. We get it already. So glad you could feel clever by repeating the joke yet again...

/define: circle jerk
 
2014-01-07 09:11:27 AM

Mentalpatient87: Yes, that's the joke. We get it already. So glad you could feel clever by repeating the joke yet again...


Maybe you could pray for divine relief from the butthurt you're experiencing?
 
2014-01-07 09:13:09 AM

Woohoo_02: The only reason you can make fun of Christians or Jews or Muslims is most of them take it in stride


Citation needed.
 
2014-01-07 09:13:38 AM

Epicedion: DubtodaIll:

Do Olympians still have successful followers?  Being able to generate enough wealth to create large public works is one of the hallmarks of an actual religion.  Pretty much if you can build a church (for lack of a better word) that is impressive to non-believers, you've got yourself a religion.

Considering most new churches are built in strip malls these days, it must mean Christianity is on the way out.


It's certainly an indicator of waning support but there are still plenty of incredibly impressive churches in the world.  However, even some of the beautiful cathedrals in Europe have become more tourist attractions than houses of worship.
 
2014-01-07 09:14:08 AM
So the guy's stylistically challenged. As his political life progresses, he accumulate a few more. People will probably give him colanders for Christmas instead of ties.

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2014-01-07 09:15:43 AM

Woohoo_02: I would say so. But to say that raising false idols of the ten commandments is Christian is a bit of a misnomer. It has more to do with American culture than Christian culture in my opinion.


Well, as long as you're as you're white and Protestant*

*just like and Real AmericanTM
 
2014-01-07 09:16:24 AM

rebelyell2006: Mentalpatient87: rebelyell2006: Mentalpatient87: Ilmarinen: DubtodaIll: Ilmarinen: In what way is Pastafarianism more weird or disrespectful than, say, Mormonism or Catholicism? Because I seriously don't see it.

Because satire is always more disrespectful than the genuine article.

I'm curious what you mean by "the genuine article". So it includes Mormonism, does it also include Scientology, Wicca, or the Greek gods?

/the last ones still have genuine worshippers today

No, for farks sake... he means it's more disrespectful and stupid to openly pull some dumb shiat for laughs than it is to just be deluded. And this was a grown man doing something he knew was just stupid and absurd to try to make a point. It's the difference between a monkey flinging poo and a sane, lucid adult shiatting in his hand and throwing it. Neither of them should be doing it in polite company, but at least one of them knows better.

How do you know he isn't a true believer? After all, if people could believe in Christianity or Scientology they could believe anything.

Just stop already. I got the point long before you kept repeating it. Religion is silly, I agree with that. You and I both know that this grown man doesn't believe in a spaghetti creature, it's not a huge leap to make. The point has been made, but I'll be damned if the "hurr, FSM" crowd isn't driving the joke so deep into the ground it pops out in China.

Just stop throwing shiat, that's all I'm asking. It's gross and unproductive.

If you were older, I'm sure you would say the same thing about those fake upstarts Scientology and Mormonism. Hubbard and Smith didn't believe their bullshiat but their followers today definitely do believe it.


Dude, you're doing it AGAIN! Holy fark, how many times do I have to say I AGREE? You're not saying anything new, you're just parroting the basic premise of the FSM thing over and over. I'm trying to point out that you're being annoying and not getting anywhere, but you're refusing to even budge from the first thing you said. We're not getting anywhere as long as you keep repeating yourself.
 
2014-01-07 09:19:41 AM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: Mentalpatient87: Yes, that's the joke. We get it already. So glad you could feel clever by repeating the joke yet again...

Maybe you could pray for divine relief from the butthurt you're experiencing?


But I'm an atheist. So who do I pray to? Oh! You thought I was a Christian who feels offended and threatened by your righteous crusade? How sad for you that I'm just a fellow nonbeliever who's sick of watching people show their asses and call it clever.
 
2014-01-07 09:21:53 AM

Woohoo_02: The older I get the more I can't stand this bullshiat. Is that called maturity? There is a difference between disagreeing with religion and showing childish contempt for it. This is pretty clearly the latter. This is foolish, nothing else, you can see it on the face of the woman swearing him in "Is this what I have to farking do today? Serve this moron?" I legitimately think this shows contempt for the courts as well, and as such he shouldn't be sworn in.


A couple of decades ago in the alt.religion.scientology newsgroup, someone put this more eloquently than I could, so enjoy some delicious copypasta with your pastafarianism:

Stephen Jones' "Clown Car of Ridicule"

Ridicule can't be beat when it comes to kicking the bejeezus out of an oppressive, idiotic or just plain thoughtless belief/system, regardless if that belief is political, social, or spiritual. Besides, it can be fun, unless the ridicule is directed towards the spiritual in which case it is taboo and very bad manners so please don't do it. ;)

A walk down the path of history is crunchy with the crispy corpses of those who pooh-poohed or ignored the clown car of ridicule when it pulled-up to the curb. Who would have thought such a tiny car could contain so many infectious and revolutionary guffaws? Satires, parodies, blue humor, pants to the ground ass-wavings, tea-dumping, Modest Proposal submiting, seven dirty word spewing, flag burning, frankly impolite, just plain rude and improper expressions of ridicule have either ignited reform, fanned the flames or kicked the corpse to make sure it was dead.
 
2014-01-07 09:23:36 AM

Mentalpatient87: But I'm an atheist. So who do I pray to?


Have you considered praying to be touched by His Noodly Appendage? It probably has divine healing powers.
 
2014-01-07 09:26:05 AM
Let me guess: This guy still subscribes to MAD magazine and placed his hand on a copy for the swearing in.
 
2014-01-07 09:26:21 AM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: Mentalpatient87: But I'm an atheist. So who do I pray to?

Have you considered praying to be touched by His Noodly Appendage? It probably has divine healing powers.


I hear that it can turn water into the highest quality microbrew
 
2014-01-07 09:44:38 AM
All y'all haters can suck it, it was funny.

And for "adult, rational conversation?"  Here's a thinker for ya: how do you know,  know beyond a doubt, that he doesn't truly believe?  What makes his act of faith less believable, less moral, and less legitimate than another's?  If "faith is good because it helps the faithful," why is what he did, which helps him in some way or other, bad?

Even if he's just being sarcastic, isn't that sarcasm legitimate?  Or is it only okay to tell yourself and others that you're more special and blessed if you use a god on the accepted list?
 
2014-01-07 09:47:01 AM
Whatever point you are trying to make, if you show up at a public event with a colander on your head, you should be ready for people to respond like you have a colander on your head. If you think someone wearing a colander on his head is clever or profound, likewise be prepared for people to respond to you as someone who finds a colander on one's head clever or profound.
 
2014-01-07 09:52:39 AM
LOL THIS GUY IS SO HILARIOUS! FLYING SPAGHETTI MONSTER!!! LOLOLOLOL!!!! YOU GET IT? BECAUSE IT'S SILLY AND IT MAKES FUN OF RELIGION!

People who push the flying spaghetti monster crap are even more obnoxious than people who push religion, and I say that as an atheist
 
2014-01-07 09:53:51 AM

Nabb1: Whatever point you are trying to make, if you show up at a public event with a colander on your head, you should be ready for people to respond like you have a colander on your head. If you think someone wearing a colander on his head is clever or profound, likewise be prepared for people to respond to you as someone who finds a colander on one's head clever or profound.


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2014-01-07 10:06:57 AM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: Mentalpatient87: But I'm an atheist. So who do I pray to?

Have you considered praying to be touched by His Noodly Appendage? It probably has divine healing powers.


Gah, stop proselytizing at me! You religious nutters are all the same.
 
2014-01-07 10:11:26 AM

Epicedion: Nabb1: Whatever point you are trying to make, if you show up at a public event with a colander on your head, you should be ready for people to respond like you have a colander on your head. If you think someone wearing a colander on his head is clever or profound, likewise be prepared for people to respond to you as someone who finds a colander on one's head clever or profound.


But that's different because Jesus reasons.
 
2014-01-07 10:23:48 AM

Nabb1: Whatever point you are trying to make, if you show up at a public event with a colander on your head, you should be ready for people to respond like you have a colander on your head. If you think someone wearing a colander on his head is clever or profound, likewise be prepared for people to respond to you as someone who finds a colander on one's head clever or profound.


I don't think he ever said he was being clever or profound. Just funny.
 
2014-01-07 10:26:42 AM

Epicedion: Nabb1: Whatever point you are trying to make, if you show up at a public event with a colander on your head, you should be ready for people to respond like you have a colander on your head. If you think someone wearing a colander on his head is clever or profound, likewise be prepared for people to respond to you as someone who finds a colander on one's head clever or profound.

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which does indeed resemble
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2014-01-07 10:27:04 AM

cameroncrazy1984: Nabb1: Whatever point you are trying to make, if you show up at a public event with a colander on your head, you should be ready for people to respond like you have a colander on your head. If you think someone wearing a colander on his head is clever or profound, likewise be prepared for people to respond to you as someone who finds a colander on one's head clever or profound.

I don't think he ever said he was being clever or profound. Just funny.


Well then shouldn't we be burning him at the stake as an attention whore? I'm finding it tough to keep track of where the mob is thrashing these days...
 
2014-01-07 10:28:18 AM

cameroncrazy1984: Nabb1: Whatever point you are trying to make, if you show up at a public event with a colander on your head, you should be ready for people to respond like you have a colander on your head. If you think someone wearing a colander on his head is clever or profound, likewise be prepared for people to respond to you as someone who finds a colander on one's head clever or profound.

I don't think he ever said he was being clever or profound. Just funny.


I think it was funnier when it was still original.
 
2014-01-07 10:31:10 AM
No dogma?
Yet he wore a colander.
 
2014-01-07 10:39:32 AM
Ugh.  Of all the idiotic shiat that happens in this town, THIS is what makes Fark?  Idiot protests religion in government by showing his faith in his religion?  During his swearing in?

What a moron.
 
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