In America, atheists are still in the closet

Apr 11, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Spiked

So do many other interest and identity groups. Complaint is our political lingua franca: it's what Occupiers, Tea Partiers, Wall Street titans, religious and irreligious people share.

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#44137
Dec 1, 2012
 
Thinking wrote:
Strange hobby you have there, nonce.
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Illegal one you have, Chester.

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water_nymph wrote:
democracy
1. government by the people or their elected representatives
You should at least read your own copy & pastes, NympHO.

Now was Obama elected, yes or no?

Compare to: was Queen Elizabeth elected, yes or no?

Compare to: is the U. KINGDOM prime minister APPOINTED, yes or no?

Compare to: is the U. KINGdom a monarchy,yes or no?

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water_nymph wrote:
What a way to say absolutely nothing with any meaning.
You should have warned him you have that patent, HOney.

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water_nymph wrote:
<quoted text> Are you going to poop your pants as an encore?
Why? Are you hungry?

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macumazahn wrote:
<quoted text>Who said anything about the UK? I know I didn't.
Oh, wait, who was talking about vCJD?
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I was born and raised in Ireland, and some hysterical lawmakers decided that I might still be harbouring some form of the disease.
I find this irksome. Especially since there's been exactly one case of vCJD in the country since 1980.
Oh wait, is vCJD a blood born disease?

Oh wait, it is! So if someone were to infected with vCJD and from...say Ireland... the infection doesn't disappear from the blood when he goes through Customs.
Gosh: who in the hell would want to risk the nation's blood supply with your potentially lethal blood?

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Dec 1, 2012
 
Thinking wrote:
That's not really 70,000 is it, cuntard?
More than 70,000, Chester.

I know, facts: not your thing.

Children in the park: your thing, eh, Chester?

Mind your ankle bracelet.

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#44143
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Thinking wrote:
Many in the US realise we're doing you a favour. There's may too much crap in our food, especially yours.
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The mad cow disease came from British cows, Chester.

Not from American beef.

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water_nymph wrote:
<quoted text> If you'd stop stomping and clomping all over the place, you might find a subject that applies to today's world instead of the world during WWII.
If you didn't have such a repulsive personality, you might find a boy friend who could overlook your ugly face.

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Mikko wrote:
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stop stomping we are talking about US beef not british
British beef = mad cow disease and hundreds of DEATHs.

Can you link consumption of US beef to one Swedish death?

The EU ban on US beef is a smokescreen to keep out competition: so says the international court.

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Thinking wrote:
Bollocks.
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"The worst years for cattle deaths from BSE in England, Scotland and Wales, was 1992 (36,680) and 1993 (34,370). But millions of other cows have been destroyed because they were too old to go into human or animal food."

Two years = more than 70,000.

Chester.
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barefoot2626 wrote:
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Slapped the snot out of you, SuperFAG.
Do give me a call when you get to vote for your PM.
If you have "slapped the snot" out of me then why have you run away from my refutations of your loaded question?

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SupaAFC wrote:
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If you have "slapped the snot" out of me then why have you run away from my refutations of your loaded question?
I have suggested that you stop painting in enclosed spaces many times.

...lead a horse to water...

I cannot help you don't know what a loaded question is.

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barefoot2626 wrote:
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I have suggested that you stop painting in enclosed spaces many times.
...lead a horse to water...
I cannot help you don't know what a loaded question is.
Professional armchair argument l*ser.

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barefoot2626 wrote:
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Illegal one you have, Chester.
you sound suspiciously like educated what.

“There is no god!”

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barefoot2626 wrote:
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British beef = mad cow disease and hundreds of DEATHs.
Can you link consumption of US beef to one Swedish death?
The EU ban on US beef is a smokescreen to keep out competition: so says the international court.
Swedish beef no mad cow

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barefoot2626 wrote:
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Oh, wait, who was talking about vCJD?
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Oh wait, is vCJD a blood born disease?
Oh wait, it is! So if someone were to infected with vCJD and from...say Ireland... the infection doesn't disappear from the blood when he goes through Customs.
Gosh: who in the hell would want to risk the nation's blood supply with your potentially lethal blood?
Oh, no, you don't.

I distinctly said "Ireland".

And "over 30 years ago".

You responded with a bunch of UK statistical bumf, totally irrelevant to my point - which was, least you forget, dissatisfaction with the fact that some hysterical paper-pusher decided that I cannot donate blood.

Go ahead and try to squirm out of this one - you were wrong.

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#44154
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macumazahn wrote:
<quoted text>Oh, no, you don't.
I distinctly said "Ireland".
Ireland.

New Zealand.

Saskatchewan.

Are you dense?

vCJD is a deadly born disease. In the UK. In Ireland. Everywhere.

You being exposed to vCJD means the picky snits in the USA don't want to risk American blood with your potential deadly donations?

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Mikko wrote:
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Swedish beef no mad cow
USA beef no mad cow
UK beef YES mad cow
Swedish beef YES anthrax cow
Swedish beef Yes Maybe mad cow
http://www.thelocal.se/32068/20110216/

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macumazahn wrote:
I distinctly said "Ireland".
PS: Ireland still part of the UK. Check your map.

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Dec 1, 2012
 
macumazahn wrote:
And "over 30 years ago"..
Meaning you were exposed to vCJD.

They teach English in Ireland?

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