Posts Tagged ‘heaven’

So Bill Donohue, bumbling idiot, decides to go after my favorite blogger, all-around nice guy (except to religion!), and professor PZ Myers…

…For a cracker. Read up on PZ’s blog here first, then check this link. These guys are fast, PZ posted about this just yesterday. Some kid decides to go to Catholic Mass and steal the Body of Christ. Bill Donohue, moron supreme, goes crazy and says it’s a hate crime.

PZ contends that it is, in fact, a god damn cracker. Then he tells us to steal one of said goddamn crackers and send them to him to see some real sacrilege. This, apparently, starts Bill’s cycle. So now he’s going to bleed for a week, presumably without dying, sadly, and bitch about evil PZ Myers.

Here’s one for you, Donohue: late last year I went to Catholic Mass (despite being openly atheist), stole not one but TWO holy crackers, flushed one down the toilet on Jan. 1st of this year, and now keep the other one in my guitar hero hide-shit-from-people box. I think that one’s going to PZ.

So, PZ, if you find a cracker in your mail suddenly, know that it’s to you from… heh heh… Bill Donohue!

Aside from Bill being on his period and one kid about to lose an education over a cracker, they’re going to directly go for PZ’s job. That’s right. For asking someone to smuggle a cracker out of a Catholic Church, fighting off all of the ninjas, just so PZ can amicably commit some incomprehensible act of blasphemy, the Catholic League for Religious and Civil (wtf?) rights wants to take away PZ’s hard earned job at the Uni where he works.

Let’s take a second to grasp this: over a goddamn cracker.

Michelle Malkin calls us libruls crazy motherfuckers, but we’ve never sent out death threats, other threats, and actually tried to take away a person’s hard earned job or education over a goddamn cracker.

It gets me. Every time. On the plus side, we do have a new inductee!

  1. Kirk Cameron (Lying for Jesus: Kirk Cameron Edition)
  2. Dr. Jason Lisle (Reading Answers in Genesis: Probably easier when high.)
  3. Lee Strobel (Lee Strobel: Ex-Atheist or just ignorant?)
  4. Ray Comfort (Banana: Proof of creationism., Ray Comfort has a blog, Ray Comfort: What the fuck, man?)
  5. Rhonda Storms (Fuck Rhonda Storms)
  6. Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (DO SOMETHING IN LOUISIANA! QUICK!, Now the Candle Burns at both Ends)
  7. Rush Limbaugh (Rush Limbaugh)
  8. Bill Donohue

What do I win?


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Looking through the wordpress statistics for yesterday and today I noticed that someone found my blog through a curious search of the wordpress system. I just felt like I should share this curious search with you.

atheists are ignorant


Oh my yes, atheists ignore the facts of god’s creation and cling to that evil evolution and the big bang, both of which are just silly theories. Atheists also ignore the wonderful works of Answers in Genesis, and most importantly, Gensis itself. Genesis being the scientific explanation for the universe.


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First things first: YOU stole MY story, I’m stealing YOURS! (I know it wasn’t the same subject matter in Ray Comfort’s case, but I was actually going to write on basically everything he did ;-; )

Anyway Michelle Malkin got an ad pulled from Dunkin Donuts for… what else… the notion that by wearing a scarf, the main person portrayed in the commercial must be a Nazi, or something. (The correct something is a terrorist, Islamic terrorist)

This really made me wonder: what the hell, Dunkin?

I have never heard of something as irresponsible as an entire ad being removed from circulation because of a scarf. I’ve also not heard it claimed very often that certain types of scarves are only warn by Islamic terrorists. I guess that’s the liberal media, at it again, brainwashing me to hate America.


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Ending the day of Saturday, May 24th, and looking ahead to Monday, May 26th for the new Venom record entitled “HELL”, I would like to ask a question to all my atheistic readers: let’s try to understand them.

Some of us have been christians, muslims, et cetera, and then… grew up. We realized, whether wrong or right, that life doesn’t require fairytales to explain, nor does the complexity of it, or existence of the universe at all. I concede that I myself do not know everything. I also concede that science doesn’t. But we (science and I) do know quite a lot.

For example: did you know that sandcastles, airplanes, and likewise are absolutely nothing like human DNA? Did you know that they’re made in no way similar to how we’re ‘created’?

Well, let’s forget all of this science hogwash, and take our journey into the realm of creationism.


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Recently a user who identified as a hardcore Christian (6000 year old Earth, literal Bible, evolution disbelief) posted two comments here. As all of the comments posted here have to be moderated, I debated myself for a few minutes before deciding to not let them pass.

Why I did this was rather complicated. If my blog were bigger and there were a bunch of people here that could engage in debates, I would have let it pass, regardless of content. In this case, I got one ROTFLMAO from the user (yes, “T” included) over the idea of “macro evolution” (which doesn’t exist). Also included was the notion that evolution was a “belief” (I don’t believe the user said such directly, but it was hinted at), and the thought that we should teach both sides because whenever you get one side, it’s propaganda.

Well, he’s sort of right.


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I tried to think of a better title. I really, really did. But after such a victorious battle against creationism today (this blog destroyed all personal barriers with 370 hits, compared to 90 hits of my previous record), something had to ruin it.

That something would be my mom.

Being under the age of 18, I still live with my parents, and like any rebellious teen I want to leave. But that’s a bit irrelevant. Anyhoo, even though I’m a perfectly down to Earth and nice fellow (sans my lack of religion), my parents seem to think that I’m a devil incarnate for various reasons. Notably my air of superiority over them for their belief and my lack there of (note: it’s presumed, I don’t care if they have faith or not and get along well with many people of faith).


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