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Richard Dawkins - God is evil, pedophilesa not so bad

There are 3147 comments on the Examiner.com story from Sep 14, 2013, titled Richard Dawkins - God is evil, pedophilesa not so bad. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

"The God of the Qur'an is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully.

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“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#1597 Dec 17, 2013
Thinking wrote:
We used to visit BAe Warton friends living in St. Annes and Preston. They always led the way so we didn't really know where we or Winston's was. It was themed like a bunker, complete with gas masks and propaganda posters.
A bit like much of the Middle East is these days but with better beer and wine. We had some good nights there.
I really love the North West corner of the Black Isle. By the time you get east to Thurso, it's all gone relatively flat and a lot less interesting.
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Ahh right, I know the one, you mean Winstons on Lune street, long gone, it’s a lap dancing club now.

Yes it all gets flat after Loch Calder, you can see miles and miles and miles of farm field anywhere – terrific strawberries through
Mahmood

Peterborough, Canada

#1598 Dec 17, 2013
Igor Trip wrote:
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Yes.
Then the narratives that the Koran has borrowed from the Bible is also false. You cannot recycle fables and present them as facts like the Koran does.
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#1599 Dec 17, 2013
Thanks for clearing that up. Selling different sorts of triangles now, then. Shame.
ChristineM wrote:
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Ahh right, I know the one, you mean Winstons on Lune street, long gone, it’s a lap dancing club now.
Yes it all gets flat after Loch Calder, you can see miles and miles and miles of farm field anywhere – terrific strawberries through

“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#1600 Dec 17, 2013
Thinking wrote:
Thanks for clearing that up. Selling different sorts of triangles now, then. Shame.
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Thought you may like a return trip???

“Evil Atheist :-)”

Since: Mar 07

Location hidden

#1601 Dec 17, 2013
Mahmood wrote:
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Then the narratives that the Koran has borrowed from the Bible is also false. You cannot recycle fables and present them as facts like the Koran does.
Why can't a fake Quran borrow from a fake Bible?

We would expect the Quran to contain the same stories as the Bible as they are supposed to be from the same line of prophets.
Disproving those stories would of course disprove both books.
The problem is that you have to convince Christians and Muslims that those stories have been disproven which is the hard part.
There's also the problem that the stories in the Quran are so lacking in details that there's plenty of wiggle room for Muslims exploit.
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#1602 Dec 17, 2013
The triangles don't have much in the way of toppings these days.

No, not for me. I just have no interest in paying money for that sort of insincerity. I would prefer to go to a burlesque show because I have female friends that enjoy them, but I've not done that yet so I can't be too bothered about that, either.
ChristineM wrote:
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Thought you may like a return trip???
Mahmood

Peterborough, Canada

#1603 Dec 17, 2013
Igor Trip wrote:
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Why can't a fake Quran borrow from a fake Bible?
We would expect the Quran to contain the same stories as the Bible as they are supposed to be from the same line of prophets.
Disproving those stories would of course disprove both books.
The problem is that you have to convince Christians and Muslims that those stories have been disproven which is the hard part.
There's also the problem that the stories in the Quran are so lacking in details that there's plenty of wiggle room for Muslims exploit.
Okay then we both agree that those stories are fairytales and fables.
susan

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#1604 Dec 17, 2013
emperorjohn wrote:
"the premise of Judeo-Christian principles"
Such a premise is why e were persecuted in the first place. america is more tolerant because it is less religious
Dawkins was an ATHEIST....so you are a liar...this comment by Dawkins is NOT Judeo-Christian.
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#1606 Dec 17, 2013
Is that conversion to make you feel easier with child abuse?
Child abuse is wrong. Period.
susan wrote:
Actually I posted that because my dad was watching!
He is a rabid islamophobe and I hate him for this!
He is also a pedophile.
Every he takes shower he comes out of the bathroom completely naked and touches his private parts in fron of me.
He says we should not be ashamed of our bodies and be nudists!
My previous post is not true at all !
I like Islam very much and I'm thinking of converting and I pray Islam will win the souls of the whole of mankind!
susan

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#1607 Dec 17, 2013
susan wrote:
Actually I posted that because my dad was watching!
He is a rabid islamophobe and I hate him for this!
He is also a pedophile.
Every he takes shower he comes out of the bathroom completely naked and touches his private parts in fron of me.
He says we should not be ashamed of our bodies and be nudists!
My previous post is not true at all !
I like Islam very much and I'm thinking of converting and I pray Islam will win the souls of the whole of mankind!
This comment was not me!! this is someone else using my name trying to be an asshole...KNOW THIS I will NEVER say anything good about Islam..so if you see my name saying anything good about Islam you know it really is not me, but some Islamic idiot trying to defend the idiocy of Islam.
Cotton Club

United States

#1609 Dec 18, 2013
No-Doubt wrote:
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You should ask him when you see him
Oh look, more epic backpedaling from a mindless sheep. LMAO!!!!!!

“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#1610 Dec 18, 2013
Thinking wrote:
The triangles don't have much in the way of toppings these days.
No, not for me. I just have no interest in paying money for that sort of insincerity. I would prefer to go to a burlesque show because I have female friends that enjoy them, but I've not done that yet so I can't be too bothered about that, either.
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Much prefer a triangle with margarita topping on top than a triangle with sweaty shaved muff underneath, much more appetising.

If you get to Rome, visit Piazza Navona, very touristy and screwed up in Dan Brown’s book who obviously has never been there before writing about it but that’s besides the point. Assume you enter from via della cuggnaga and turn sharp right, in the corner of the square you will find a little pokey shop where they sell the best pizza (sliced from huge trays) you will find anywhere. Take it outside (can’t eat inside) and sit on one of the fountains and watch the world go by while eating.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#1611 Dec 18, 2013
ChristineM wrote:
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Ahh right, I know the one, you mean Winstons on Lune street, long gone, it’s a lap dancing club now.
Yes it all gets flat after Loch Calder, you can see miles and miles and miles of farm field anywhere – terrific strawberries through
When you did lap dances for money, you paid them, right?

Bwahahahahahahhaha....

Say, that reminds me.

Did you ever find any evidence to back up your claim about the 4th of July being irrelevant to most of the world?

Is it anecdotal?

Bwahahahahhahahahahahahah....
Jim

Stanmore, UK

#1612 Dec 18, 2013
Buck Crick wrote:
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When you did lap dances for money, you paid them, right?
Bwahahahahahahhaha....
Say, that reminds me.
Did you ever find any evidence to back up your claim about the 4th of July being irrelevant to most of the world?
Is it anecdotal?
Bwahahahahhahahahahahahah....
Did you ever find any evidence to support your..."beliefs" ?
Jim

Stanmore, UK

#1613 Dec 18, 2013
You avoided looking for evidence, because you knew there wasnt any.
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#1614 Dec 19, 2013
Thanks for the pizza tip. We've spent hours people watching at the bar in front of the Pantheon before moving on to a sit down meal in Piazza Navona. I've not read Dan Brown but I love the Stewart Lee rant about his writing style. "The angry man looked at the red cup."
ChristineM wrote:
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Much prefer a triangle with margarita topping on top than a triangle with sweaty shaved muff underneath, much more appetising.
If you get to Rome, visit Piazza Navona, very touristy and screwed up in Dan Brown’s book who obviously has never been there before writing about it but that’s besides the point. Assume you enter from via della cuggnaga and turn sharp right, in the corner of the square you will find a little pokey shop where they sell the best pizza (sliced from huge trays) you will find anywhere. Take it outside (can’t eat inside) and sit on one of the fountains and watch the world go by while eating.

“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#1615 Dec 19, 2013
Buck Crick wrote:
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When you did lap dances for money, you paid them, right?
Bwahahahahahahhaha....
Say, that reminds me.
Did you ever find any evidence to back up your claim about the 4th of July being irrelevant to most of the world?
Is it anecdotal?
Bwahahahahhahahahahahahah....
That reminds me, every time you butt fook your child, does he scream “stop daddy, stop”- or did you pay him to be quiet.

Look butt crack, I know learning is kind of difficult for you but you really should relaise what happens when you lob personal insults at me and you don’t like the results, but feel free to carry on.

“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#1616 Dec 19, 2013
Thinking wrote:
Thanks for the pizza tip. We've spent hours people watching at the bar in front of the Pantheon before moving on to a sit down meal in Piazza Navona. I've not read Dan Brown but I love the Stewart Lee rant about his writing style. "The angry man looked at the red cup."
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The thing that got me about Browns writing (only read Angels and Demons and it put me right off) was that he stated the top of the monument in the centre of Piazza Navona could be seen from across the city at street level. True that it may be visible from on top of some of the hills but at the time his subjects were crossing the bridge from Castle St Angelo. Not far to be sure but there is a small problem of several blocks of 5 and 6 story buildings between the Tiber and the Piazza

Is that the Tempio bar opposite the obelisk? Good coffee, it’s where I learned the pleasures of mid morning macchiato and a glass of water.
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#1617 Dec 19, 2013
If it wasn't signposted, it would be very easy to miss Piazza Navona completely. Brown must be thinking of the Lego version or something!

I'm ashamed to say I can't remember its name, despite spending many hours there. But it's definitely the one that has the front of the Pantheon to its left and the obelisk is right in front.

I don't drink coffee any more, got a sickener for it at Uni. I'm the cultured sort that raises his little finger whilst quaffing lager by the litre before moving onto the red wine with my dinner.
ChristineM wrote:
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The thing that got me about Browns writing (only read Angels and Demons and it put me right off) was that he stated the top of the monument in the centre of Piazza Navona could be seen from across the city at street level. True that it may be visible from on top of some of the hills but at the time his subjects were crossing the bridge from Castle St Angelo. Not far to be sure but there is a small problem of several blocks of 5 and 6 story buildings between the Tiber and the Piazza
Is that the Tempio bar opposite the obelisk? Good coffee, it’s where I learned the pleasures of mid morning macchiato and a glass of water.
LCNLin

United States

#1618 Dec 19, 2013
ChristineM wrote:
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That reminds me, every time

you butt fook your child,

does he scream “stop daddy, stop”- or did you pay him to be quiet.
Look butt crack, I know learning is kind of difficult for you but you really should relaise what happens when you lob personal insults at me and you don’t like the results, but feel free to carry on.
'...you butt fook your child..." ---Cm

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