Atheism requires as much faith as rel...

Atheism requires as much faith as religion?

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Atheism requires as much faith as religion? bearvspuma : The only problem with this rationalization is that ita s assuming all athiests are so because theya re intelligent in the ways of science and reasoning and all people that believe in a form of god are unintelligent.

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“Ditat Deus”

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#141409 Nov 28, 2012
blacklagoon wrote:
<quoted text>Hey, dimwit YOU asked why someone said Whales were on the Ark, I answered, according to your holy book, how is that "cheery picking?"
You can't be a rational human and believe for a second that the story of the Ark actually happened. No one with critical thinking ability could accept such BS.
So you believe that dinosaurs "were" on the Ark. Any idea how many different species of dinosaurs there were? Do you have any idea just how big a Brontosaurus is?
No dumb ass. I asked YOU about whales on the Ark. You're the idiot that thinks he can "disprove" the Ark story because "whales wouldn't fit on the Ark."

*hint* Whales live in the sea.......

Also you're the imbecile that said that Ark is fake because dinosaurs wouldn't fit...

Any other words of wisdom?

Since: Oct 12

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#141410 Nov 28, 2012
Thinking wrote:
An Indian giver is someone who gives a present but takes it back. A bit like the infected blankets that wiped out indigenous Americans.
An Indian burn is more usually called a Chinese burn in the UK.
Anyway, everything is Indian. The proof is here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =Ln5QgeCL1fsXX
<quoted text>
LOL
OMG, I use to watch the kumars, they were funny!
Did you watch the new series called citizen khan? It wasn't as funny as I thought it would be.

Since: Oct 12

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#141411 Nov 28, 2012
_BobLoblah_ wrote:
<quoted text>29Nov12.....
.....You otta go and see 'The Last Temptation Of The Christ'...
Ps:.....Dat otta open yer eyes to vot Torture really is.
Forever and Ever
BobLoblah
Ok, I'll tell them to read my old posts.

Oh, I don't know why but I never heard of indian giver before, but thanks.

I've seen the old Jesus films and the passion of the christ, that was too much for me, but a brilliant film!

How can you say that? I just told you that babies were cut into pieces and how the gurus/saints were tortured and you're telling me I don't know what torture is? Were you not paying attention to my post?

Since: Oct 12

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#141412 Nov 28, 2012
_BobLoblah_ wrote:
<quoted text>29Nov12.....
.....But it does NOT measure up to 'Ben-Hur','Lawrence Of Arabia','Bridge On The River Kwai', or 'Spartacus'......let alone 'Airforce One'.
Ps:.....Today's Hollywood junk is exactly that.'Junk'.
But as BobLoblah said before:'today's 20 - somethings and 30 - somethings just have NOT grown UP'.
Forever and Ever
BobLoblah
Yeah!! I seen those films but not the river kwai one. Old films are the BEST and the actors were sooooooo much better looking!! It's not my fault filmy guys don't make better films anymore.

You know what I hate? REMAKES!!!!!!!!!!

“Ditat Deus”

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#141413 Nov 28, 2012
KittenKoder wrote:
<quoted text>
Most of the depression is due to the stress of organizing family, buying gifts, and all that. There are also those people who still buy into the "can't be happy without family" nonsense that have no family so they drop into depression as well. The depression is actually your fault, people like you who tell them they shouldn't feel depressed "because it's the holidays!"
Depression is the sign of a weak mind.
_BobLoblah_

Since: Apr 11

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#141414 Nov 28, 2012
KittenKoder wrote:
<quoted text>
Aw, you don't like your holiday being stolen by us atheists, how cute. Well, you shouldn't have stolen it from the pagans first, turn about is fair play.
29Nov12.....

......BobLoblah thought dat you didn't readUP on BobLoblah's postings......ya LIAR.

Ps:.....The Holy and Blessed season of Christmas is the time when a whole lotta you hateful, hypocritical, hAtheists 'chokeUP'.....what with all da Free food and booze dat comes yer way....ya carpetBagger & leech.

Forever and Ever
BobLoblah
_BobLoblah_

Since: Apr 11

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#141415 Nov 28, 2012
KittenKoder wrote:
<quoted text>
Yule is older than Christmas, and it's trees, logs, celebration with family, drinks, and food.
I don't confuse my holidays.
29Nov12.....

.....ALL you hateful, hypocritical, hAtheists confuse ALL holidays.

Ps:.....because you ALL have schidt-for-brains.

Forever and Ever
BobLoblah

Since: Oct 12

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#141416 Nov 28, 2012
lightbeamrider wrote:
<quoted text> In Christianity Jesus died for all people, not just his people. That means Jesus only is the Savior of humankind. <quoted text> In Christianity any alleged messiah other than Jesus is a false messiah.
<quoted text> If your gurus and saints can deliever people like you then Christ died needlessly.
<quoted text> Like i said before. The Christian claim is either true or it is not. If what you are saying is true then the Christian claim is false. Both cannot be true. Yes, i am a Christian.
That's what I meant that in christianity ONLY Jesus gave his life for all people, but in sikhi so many gurus/saints gave their life for all people. But they still never said worship us, we are God. I don't believe Jesus would have ever said, only I can take you to God, It's not something that the saints would say as they have no ego.

No I don't believe Jesus is the only saviour of humankind. In my religion that is a false claim.

Christ didn't die needlessly, I'm sure he helped alot of people and he keeps helping them.
_BobLoblah_

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#141417 Nov 28, 2012
Clementia wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah!! I seen those films but not the river kwai one. Old films are the BEST and the actors were sooooooo much better looking!! It's not my fault filmy guys don't make better films anymore.
You know what I hate? REMAKES!!!!!!!!!!
29Nov12.....

.....'here's lookin' at you, kid'.

Forever and Ever
BobLoblah

Since: Sep 11

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#141418 Nov 28, 2012
Dave Nelson wrote:
<quoted text>
:-)
"I just don't like your constant generalizations about "topix atheists" that you like to weave into these ridiculous, rambling sermons."
Change "Topix atheists" to religitards, christurds, stupid Christians, etc and you will understand why intelligent people, even if they aren't religious, are turned off by Topix atheists and get on here to make comments about them.
Hopefully you would.
Find one example where I ever called anyone a "christurd." I don't like to generalize. I do find that it is usually the christians who act stupid, but there are smart christians. That doesn't validate their beliefs. Our minds are very good at maintaining belief.

Since: Sep 11

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#141419 Nov 28, 2012
Dave Nelson wrote:
<quoted text>
:-)
"I just don't like your constant generalizations about "topix atheists" that you like to weave into these ridiculous, rambling sermons."
Change "Topix atheists" to religitards, christurds, stupid Christians, etc and you will understand why intelligent people, even if they aren't religious, are turned off by Topix atheists and get on here to make comments about them.
Hopefully you would.
Also, I just wanted to clarify, you are not smarter than me.

:)

I'm just kidding. What's intelligence anyway? It's just thingies being thingied by a thingy in an EM thingy.

“Ditat Deus”

Since: Jul 12

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#141420 Nov 28, 2012
timn17 wrote:
I'm just kidding. What's intelligence anyway? It's just thingies being thingied by a thingy in an EM thingy.
Somethingy like that...

Since: Sep 08

Westcliffe, CO

#141421 Nov 28, 2012
http://www.vice.com/video

Realism.

This is one reason when I hear bleeding hearts I question the motives.

Oh, my sympathies are with the refugees.

I've heard the holier than thous, like the Jews, and the Cubans, and the liberals in the US since childhood, demanding we accept each other. Then watched what happened when they gained control.

I remember one woman I worked with in particular. She was a Cuban Jew. Poor refugee backgrounds. Politically based, though. Most got on airplanes to get here.

I sympathized with Haitians. You wouldn't believe some of the things they tried to float here with across dangerous waters. A lot further away than Cuba. Real desperation. Most were pretty gentle and hard working people. They certainly weren't that much of a burden on Miami, it being awash with political refugees from all over Latin America, many illegal, BTW. There was plenty of work for everyone then.

But you should of heard this woman, and most Cubans, rant and rail worse than what you heard on that video about Haitians. I thought that most odd coming from a Jewish woman liberal on everything else. We had some lively discussions on the subject.

I also remember the poor Cuban refugees. Flying in to Miami airport. Getting refugee assistance, which was more than a good portion of the lower economic class in Miami got. Then they got jobs as professionals, store clerks, and personnel officers. In a short time, it became a requirement for anyone hired in those companies, especially retail, to speak Spanish. No Anglos need apply. It was that bad. Anglos moved out.

Then the Nicaraguans came. I had friends who went to a demonstration downtown protesting Reagan's Contra support. They wound up being put in paddy wagons and escorted to safety because the Cuban radio hosts fired up a bunch of anti-Comunistas to go down there. They chaes one American guy with a rope to hang him. Many of those protesters were older Americans of liberal persuasion. They were told they shouldn't be down there protesting. By the police and government officials.

BTW, Mexicans had a very low profile in Miami. They were not favored people among the other Latinos.

Like I said, you can hear all sorts of nice words about the family of man and rights and all of that, and you can see those words evaporate after those who spouted them gain power.

Topix atheists screech a lot about rights and humanity, and getting rid of religion.

Since: Sep 10

Sacramento, CA

#141422 Nov 28, 2012
Eagle12 wrote:
<quoted text>
When you go to a restaurant my good man.
That is not a sentence, dude.

Since: Oct 12

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#141423 Nov 28, 2012
_BobLoblah_ wrote:
<quoted text>29Nov12.....
.....'here's lookin' at you, kid'.
Forever and Ever
BobLoblah
Who's looking at me? I don't get it.

Look, I don't get stuff because I'm not as old as you, grandad!:-)

Since: Sep 08

Westcliffe, CO

#141424 Nov 28, 2012
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>Also, I just wanted to clarify, you are not smarter than me.
:)
I'm just kidding. What's intelligence anyway? It's just thingies being thingied by a thingy in an EM thingy.
Do you know how vacuum tubes work?

You have to heat things up to make information flow. An older EM thingy.

Since: Oct 12

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#141425 Nov 28, 2012
Catcher1 wrote:
<quoted text>
That is not a sentence, dude.
Hehehehehe....Does Eagle do that on purpose?
blacklagoon

Boston, MA

#141426 Nov 28, 2012
Dave Nelson wrote:
<quoted text>
Facts to a Topix atheist is something "they" told you is true. Not "facts" they develop from living themselves. Why "education" is so important to them. Otherwise they wouldn't know nothing. They'd be iggorant.
Of course, the more esoteric the "facts" they are told are "facts" by "them", and them learning those "facts", just really boosts their egos because their "education" is now elevated.
Of course, this causes many, many billions of existing humans, and all of those existing before these "facts" were revealed by "them", to be stupid, which would just have to elevate their egos to even higher levels. The absolute cream of the crop of humanity. The pinnacle of education and intelligence. It took billions of years to get there, but they arrived.
Here to save humanity.
Atheists are dumb.
I'm amazed that someone who tries SO very hard to appear intelligent, doesn't know what constitutes a fact. Fact," something that is indisputably the case."

See, you're not so smart after all.

Since: Sep 10

Sacramento, CA

#141427 Nov 28, 2012
Clementia wrote:
<quoted text>
Hehehehehe....Does Eagle do that on purpose?
Of course he doesn't do it on purpose.

It's a pattern with eagle--he breaks up what would be a sentence into incomplete phrases.

It reflects his lack of an education.

When it's pointed out to him, Eagle responds with thinly veiled bigotry he thinks is humorous.

Stay tuned--it won't be long before it happens.
blacklagoon

Boston, MA

#141428 Nov 28, 2012
Dave Nelson wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't know what my not being in the middle of the ocean in a boat has to do with it. Particularly when the ark would have been launched from a very dry dock a good ways from the shore of the ocean.
You said those currents run for miles and miles. I would assume the middle of the ocean is a lot smoother than near coasts then. You basically go up and down unless there is a fierce wind.
I have been in fierce winds that suddenly came up on a remote high mountain lake at dark in a 12 foot Sears Gamefisher with 6 guys aboard, 3 I picked up because their boat got swamped. In the dark, an overloaded boat, waves and whitecaps much higher than you could see, and not a lot of space between them, miles from shore, which was marked by a single gas lantern I could get a glimpse of on occasion. Fortunately I understood how water works and got us all home. I've been out in a bay in 50 MPH winds and 40 degree weather in a 10 foot johnboat with a sick 5 HP motor with no life preserver or the ability to swim with intentions of fishing from the middle of a long bridge, only to realize it may not be such a good idea after almost reaching it, and surfing a couple of miles back because the water moved faster than that outboard could move the boat. I learned discretion that day. I have also been out off the coast in a Navy cabin cruiser that almost got swamped by the wake from a supertanker and a skipper that had been smoking dope and he really didn't approach it properly. Amazing how high those wakes can get.
Plus sailing was the only course I passed in my one semester of junior college. Our graduation exercise was a race around an island in 40+ winds in which the boat, 19 foot day sailers with a keel, I skippered almost lapped the boat that was second to us, this after a sloppy helm transfer of the two others on the boat resulted in us getting swamped for a few moments.
I have an understanding of how waves and currents work and how to stay in a groove.
Have you ever considered writing a book of fictitious stories, with you as the hero in each story? In it you could include all your pseudo-science bullshit to create unbelievable situations from which you always manage to escape. Kind of like McGiver. I wold buy your book just to read about your harrowing sea escapades. Let me know the release date, thanks!!

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