“The eye has it...”

Since: May 09

Russell's Teapot

#4783 Jun 1, 2013
The superior morals of Abrahamic theist, "Adam".

The initial comment by, "Adam".
http://www.topix.com/forum/topstories/T0N0LOR...
Adam wrote:
Satan took the brains of homosexuals completely away and brainwashed them into believe that homosexuality is normal and not a sin.
The response.
http://www.topix.com/forum/topstories/T0N0LOR...
wilderide wrote:
I'd say Satan took your brain completely away, and now all you can focus on are homosexuals.
Let's see what the Abrahamic theist, "Adam", has to say....
http://www.topix.com/forum/topstories/T0N0LOR...
Adam wrote:
You haven't changed since you wasn´t here. You haven´t changed you morals.
It´s always the same with you fags.Every moral we teach It goes in one ear and out the other.
Holy cRAp...hahaaa....

In one ear and out the other, eh?

Why IS that?





Keep driving those nails in the coffin of T H E I S M.

With your help and the help of Abrahamic theists like you...

It won't be too long till it's, "Usedtobeism".



Well done, Adam. You've made the list.

“There is no such thing”

Since: May 08

as a reasonable person

#4784 Jun 6, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
Finally! Thank you! Apology accepted.
<quoted text>
No apology there. Nobody's life is more viable than anyone else. Glad that you can imply that it is that shows your elitism very well.

“There is no such thing”

Since: May 08

as a reasonable person

#4785 Jun 6, 2013

Since: Mar 11

Lexington, KY

#4786 Jun 6, 2013
Put in a tampon sheesh!
Lil Ticked wrote:
<quoted text>No apology there. Nobody's life is more viable than anyone else. Glad that you can imply that it is that shows your elitism very well.

“I Am No One Else”

Since: Apr 12

Seattle

#4787 Jun 6, 2013
Lil Ticked wrote:
<quoted text>No apology there. Nobody's life is more viable than anyone else. Glad that you can imply that it is that shows your elitism very well.
I wonder if your relatives would appreciate you equating them to terrorists.
KJV

United States

#4788 Jun 6, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
<quoted text>..... Well..... Hmmm.....

Smh
Givemeliberty wrote:

I am especially proud of my volunteer work and donations to the humanist cause. Every year I go to the Philippines and spend thousands on food,water, clothing and medicine for the needy there. After a horrific typhoon and flooding there I was there amongst others 14 hours a day handing out supplies, giving life saving injections and treatments to those who lost their home. I stood and watched as homeless children lined up easily 3 miles deep for a package of crackers sandwich fruit and bottle of water. Unwanted children who were born because the Christian ran theocracy light government makes it nearly impossible for a woman to obtain birth control. My wife is in pre-med classes and wants to practice medicine there free to help those poor children. Here in the states I collect donations for running in marathons with the money going to children's charities and cancer or HIV awareness programs.
I have seen first hand time and time again the damage and heart breaking situations brought on by theists. The same theists who come crawling to us to help fix their mess! Oh but while we are fixing it are we thanked? Nope. We barely get the figurative broom in hand and they are shrieking at us for not believing in their imaginary friend.
Honor? I guess it is a relative term. The dozen of urban low income students I assist for free with their biology and pharmaceutical homework at two different colleges locally would probably say good ole KJ is an alright dude.
Now if coming on topix and giving the theists a little taste of backbone, the theists who try to intimidate and silence non believers because they think we should all be meek and humble and tolerate their abuse and repeated logical fallacies makes me vile, Without reason, Disrespectful, In someone's opinion? So be it, hmmm I will chuckle about how vile And disrespectful I am Friday at U of L for the 6 hours I am assisting the students there as a volunteer. Or perhaps this summer as I am passing out thousands of dollars worth of free medicine and other essentials trying to save some more homeless from dying. Yes I was walking by a group of people there and they were huddled together praying loudly and crying. I looked in and a young girl was on the ground dying of dehydration. Instead of getting her water and rushing her to the hospital they stood there holding hands and praying! I grabbed my cell phone and called for an ambulance and started trying to get her to drink. Slowly she sipped the water as the praying continued. The ambulance came after almost an hour and reluctantly took her to the hospital, the paramedic said she was good as dead and best leave it in the hands of Jesus same thing the crowd thought. She died 18 hours later. They didn't even know her name and couldn't figure it out.
I guess I'll somehow deal with being called disrespectful.
<quoted text>

"I semi-retired except for collecting and inspecting my rental properties. I live comfortably off my stock dividends, porn sites I own, early retirement from work and rental properties here in the states and in the Philippines. "

OMG. It's getting better all the time!!!

You're retired except for Porn and your wife is still in school!

Baaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa
Please stop!!!!

Lol BAAAAAHAAAAHAAAAA !!!!

Liberty wrote:
I am a 32 year old multi-racial man with a Johnson bigger than anyone in your family

Baaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa
Please stop!!!!

Lol BAAAAAHAAAAHAAAAA !!!!

"if I didn't have the strong secular morals"

Please you've got to kidding me!

No more I can't take it!

Baaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa
Please stop!!!!

Lol BAAAAAHAAAAHAAAAA !!!!
KJV

United States

#4789 Jun 6, 2013
polymath257 wrote:
<quoted text>Sex is up there for me. Of course, laughing during sex is the best of both.

[QUOTE]In fact, laughing may well be the only reason the Universe exists at all--- everything is one big joke (as Robert Heinlein pointed out in Stranger in a Strange Land).
I'd rather laugh with the sinners, than die with the saints..."

*Cry* with the saints.

[QUOTE].... as Billy Joel put it so very, very well.
Sinners are much more fun!
:D "
"Sex is up there for me. Of course, laughing during sex is the best of both."

I bet you see a lot of that.

"Sinners are much more fun!"

Having sex is not a sin.

“There is no such thing”

Since: May 08

as a reasonable person

#4790 Jun 6, 2013
KittenKoder wrote:
<quoted text>
I wonder if your relatives would appreciate you equating them to terrorists.
That is a leap and a half.

“It's all about the struggle”

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#4791 Jun 6, 2013
Lil Ticked wrote:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S olipsism
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =L45Q1_psDqkXX
How Do You Know?
Thanks a lot! Now I can't stop turning my tongue upside down. xD

“It's all about the struggle”

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#4792 Jun 6, 2013
Lil Ticked wrote:
<quoted text>That is a leap and a half.
Yep.

“I Am No One Else”

Since: Apr 12

Seattle

#4793 Jun 6, 2013
Lil Ticked wrote:
<quoted text>That is a leap and a half.
You said "all life is equal," that means you regard them all the same, your relatives and terrorists. I fail to see what this "leap" is.

Since: Mar 11

Lexington, KY

#4794 Jun 6, 2013
Exactly. You can never value each and every person exactly equally. If you really honestly did you would be crying and mourning non stop, unless you were a psycho.
KittenKoder wrote:
<quoted text>You said "all life is equal," that means you regard them all the same, your relatives and terrorists. I fail to see what this "leap" is.

“I Am No One Else”

Since: Apr 12

Seattle

#4795 Jun 7, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
Exactly. You can never value each and every person exactly equally. If you really honestly did you would be crying and mourning non stop, unless you were a psycho.
<quoted text>
Too many people buy into catch phrases just because it makes them "feel good" without ever considering what such a phrase even means. It's wonderful to want world peace and all, for example, but that's just not possible, you cannot get every species to stop fighting, not even humans. Another is "treat others as you would be treated," yeah, nope. A sadomasochist would want to be tortured, is that really a good philosophy for them to carry out? Not to mention there is no way every person could need the exact same things one person needs, just not possible. Nothing but catch phrases, and we can thank superstitious nonsense for them all. Nothing in the world is really simple, and every time someone says "all you need is love," I just want to knock their teeth in and take their money to add insult to injury. There is only one thing that has a simple solution, eliminating superstition, and the simple solution for that is education ... but then, that's not so simple either, is it?:P

Since: Mar 11

Lexington, KY

#4796 Jun 7, 2013
Well said and great points.

May I just mention as a side note how hard it is not to bust a gut laughing when a wingnut wants to lecture others on peace and treating people better?

I can't tell you how many times I was screamed at by their ilk while at protests against the shrub.
KittenKoder wrote:
<quoted text>Too many people buy into catch phrases just because it makes them "feel good" without ever considering what such a phrase even means. It's wonderful to want world peace and all, for example, but that's just not possible, you cannot get every species to stop fighting, not even humans. Another is "treat others as you would be treated," yeah, nope. A sadomasochist would want to be tortured, is that really a good philosophy for them to carry out? Not to mention there is no way every person could need the exact same things one person needs, just not possible. Nothing but catch phrases, and we can thank superstitious nonsense for them all. Nothing in the world is really simple, and every time someone says "all you need is love," I just want to knock their teeth in and take their money to add insult to injury. There is only one thing that has a simple solution, eliminating superstition, and the simple solution for that is education ... but then, that's not so simple either, is it?:P
Lincoln

United States

#4797 Jun 7, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
Well said and great points.
May I just mention as a side note how hard it is not to bust a gut laughing when a wingnut wants to lecture others on peace and treating people better?
I can't tell you how many times I was screamed at by their ilk while at protests against the shrub.
<quoted text>
Interesting use of free speech. Atheist group to fight this of course.
Similar to Bible Belt Ky?

When valedictorian Roy Costner IV ripped up his graduation speech yesterday and prayed the Lord’s prayer, he dealt a defiant riposte to the atheist whining which had prevailed over his South Carolinian school district. His prayer garnered an exuberant round of Southern hoots, hollers, and applause, as can be seen here.

Roy’s controversial witness comes on the tails of a similar controversy in Kentucky, where graduating class president Jonathan Hardwick issued his own prayer during the graduation ceremonies. One sensitive atheist schoolmate was not pleased and has stated that he may consider legal action. The young atheist told The Advocate Messenger,“Every student should feel safe at their graduation ceremony and should not have to worry about religious bullying.”

On the one hand, the charge of religious bullying is a bit comical—why get in a huff about a petition made of someone you do not believe to exist? But on the other, the atheist sees better than most what is truly at stake in a prayer offered at one of life’s critical junctures—the weaving of man’s relationship to God within the cultural fabric of our common social life. In some small way, what is at stake is the survival of a Christian worldview.

Is God the cause of our being? Does God exercise providence over his creation? Does our ultimate destiny, our true and final end, lie only with Him? Did the Son of God truly walk this Earth, teach us to pray, die, and rise from the dead? Do we then have a duty to offer thanks to God, give him praise, and turn to him in supplication?

When a public prayer of thanksgiving and petition is not offered at life’s significant junctures, we as a community answer “No” to at least the last of these questions. There is no neutrality in the matter. Certain times call for prayer, and not to offer it implicitly fosters an atheistic worldview by ignoring the practical demands which follow upon a community’s relationship to God.

Will such communal acts of prayer alienate some people? No. But, they will reveal the alienation that already exists. Let’s face it. If you don’t believe in God, your bonds of solidarity with those who do will be rather thin. The solution is not to dilute all such bonds to the weakness of your own.

Nothing forges greater bonds of solidarity than belonging to the same divine Father, and nothing is the source of greater joy. We revel in that joy when we unite in common prayer. No reason to feel bullied or jealous—our common prayer is an invitation and our joy free for the taking. Revel with us, or don’t, but don’t ask us to abandon our joy. It was bought at too great a price.

Agnosticism as usual
wins in the end !

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#4798 Jun 7, 2013
Lincoln wrote:
<quoted text>
Interesting use of free speech. Atheist group to fight this of course.
Similar to Bible Belt Ky?
When valedictorian Roy Costner IV ripped up his graduation speech yesterday and prayed the Lord’s prayer, he dealt a defiant riposte to the atheist whining which had prevailed over his South Carolinian school district. His prayer garnered an exuberant round of Southern hoots, hollers, and applause, as can be seen here.
Roy’s controversial witness comes on the tails of a similar controversy in Kentucky, where graduating class president Jonathan Hardwick issued his own prayer during the graduation ceremonies. One sensitive atheist schoolmate was not pleased and has stated that he may consider legal action. The young atheist told The Advocate Messenger,“Every student should feel safe at their graduation ceremony and should not have to worry about religious bullying.”
On the one hand, the charge of religious bullying is a bit comical—why get in a huff about a petition made of someone you do not believe to exist? But on the other, the atheist sees better than most what is truly at stake in a prayer offered at one of life’s critical junctures—the weaving of man’s relationship to God within the cultural fabric of our common social life. In some small way, what is at stake is the survival of a Christian worldview.
Is God the cause of our being? Does God exercise providence over his creation? Does our ultimate destiny, our true and final end, lie only with Him? Did the Son of God truly walk this Earth, teach us to pray, die, and rise from the dead? Do we then have a duty to offer thanks to God, give him praise, and turn to him in supplication?
When a public prayer of thanksgiving and petition is not offered at life’s significant junctures, we as a community answer “No” to at least the last of these questions. There is no neutrality in the matter. Certain times call for prayer, and not to offer it implicitly fosters an atheistic worldview by ignoring the practical demands which follow upon a community’s relationship to God.
Will such communal acts of prayer alienate some people? No. But, they will reveal the alienation that already exists. Let’s face it. If you don’t believe in God, your bonds of solidarity with those who do will be rather thin. The solution is not to dilute all such bonds to the weakness of your own.
Nothing forges greater bonds of solidarity than belonging to the same divine Father, and nothing is the source of greater joy. We revel in that joy when we unite in common prayer. No reason to feel bullied or jealous—our common prayer is an invitation and our joy free for the taking. Revel with us, or don’t, but don’t ask us to abandon our joy. It was bought at too great a price.
Agnosticism as usual
wins in the end !
Theists lie when they say god is all powerful. He wasn't powerful enough to make me a theist.

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#4799 Jun 7, 2013
Evidently god still needs Christian trolls to spam their way into reality...

Since: Mar 11

Lexington, KY

#4800 Jun 7, 2013
The chump didn't even understand my post as his stolen spam makes no sense with it.

Sadly his English is very lacking but I guess he posts and humiliates himself so he has something to talk about in church.
-Skeptic- wrote:
<quoted text>Theists lie when they say god is all powerful. He wasn't powerful enough to make me a theist.
KJV

United States

#4801 Jun 7, 2013
-Skeptic- wrote:
Evidently god still needs Christian trolls to spam their way into reality...
http://m.youtube.com/#/watch...
KJV

United States

#4802 Jun 7, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
<quoted text>The chump didn't even understand my post as his stolen spam makes no sense with it.

Sadly his English is very lacking but I guess he posts and humiliates himself so he has something to talk about in church.
http://m.youtube.com/#/watch...

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