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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da old buddy

Des Plaines, IL

#142250 Dec 3, 2012
Clementia wrote:
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Quit dreamin', Snap out of it!!
I don't think you have anything women want to ride!
Well clemmintime,Its smaller than a bread box but bigger than a babys arm.You would be all over me 24/7 sweety!!!

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#142251 Dec 3, 2012
da old buddy wrote:
<quoted text> Well clemmintime,Its smaller than a bread box but bigger than a babys arm.You would be all over me 24/7 sweety!!!
Stop imagining things, it's all in ya head!

What strange comparisons to use.

Once I've finished with you, you'll be wrapped in bandages 24/7, sweety!

“What's left to defend?”

Since: Jan 11

Freedom

#142252 Dec 3, 2012
Clementia wrote:
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I've never seen those films, i'll check them out and yes I like the lead to be a male, but not always.
I like jeremy renner so i was looking forward to legacy. I always use to complain about the camera shaking in the bourne films, but it was a lot better in legacy, i really liked it.
Renner was in Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. It was pretty good.

I haven't seen Legacy. I liked all the other Bourne films.

Have you seen Shooter with Mark Wahlberg? It's another good one.
Turkey

Oswego, NY

#142253 Dec 3, 2012
Clementia wrote:
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What?
I don't know that much about cars (I just watch top gear), but how would that work? Don't tyres spin in a circle, what difference would that make?
Is that a dumb question?
Are you ovulating?

“In the beginning God Created..”

Since: Feb 12

Southern Illinois

#142254 Dec 3, 2012
_BobLoblah_ wrote:
<quoted text>04Dec12.....
.....Don't you Brits spell it as 'tyre'???????
Ps:.....or are faking being a Brit and NOT a True one after all.
'Da Americanization Of Emily'... comes to da mind of BobLoblah.
Forever and Ever
BobLoblah
Bob,

Clementia is the figment of someoneís imagination. Her/his/it writing style changes constantly. Evidence of a fictional character being played out by a poster. You will notice that she/he/it leans more towards atheism.

These imposters make this site just plain weird. Itís always men pretending to be young beautiful women. From what I know about young beautiful women. Theyíre not going to be spending their time on a site like this.

Some of these men donít know their talking to a regular atheist man when responding to Clementia. Men flirting with men, yuck.

“In the beginning God Created..”

Since: Feb 12

Southern Illinois

#142256 Dec 3, 2012
What percentage of annual sales do the holidays represent?
For some retailers, the holiday season can represent anywhere between 20Ė40% of annual sales. In 2011, holiday sales represented 19.5% of total retail industry sales.

http://www.nrf.com/modules.php...

“What's left to defend?”

Since: Jan 11

Freedom

#142257 Dec 3, 2012
Turkey wrote:
<quoted text>Are you ovulating?
Thirsty? Try a V8.

“ Knight Of Hyrule”

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#142258 Dec 3, 2012
Hidingfromyou wrote:
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No.
Yes!
No.
Yes, yes, yes!!!
Thinking

Saffron Walden, UK

#142259 Dec 3, 2012
Bloody hell. Is that because CA and England are ~120 degrees apart? Sorry.
Catcher1 wrote:
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That trick doesn't work in the Western hemisphere for some weird gravitational reason.
Believe me, I know, because I tried it.
I even tried rolling the car forward and backward.
Where's Dave Nelson to provide the explanation for this anomaly?

“In the beginning God Created..”

Since: Feb 12

Southern Illinois

#142260 Dec 3, 2012
I would like to pass along a thought about Christmas Trees. Real trees cut down from a tree farm and placed in a home brings a very dangerous risk of a fire. If a real tree catches on fire in a home. It will consume the entire room in 15 seconds.

Thereís no putting out a fire like that with a hand held fire extinguisher. If one is going to use a real tree then itís best to place it outside away from the house. Some people insist on a real tree in the house.

For those who use real trees be sure the tree is watered and maintained. A tree IV is another way to keep the tree watered. Also there are flame retardant products available.

Please make fire safety a priority this holiday season.

Eagle12

Since: Sep 10

San Francisco, CA

#142261 Dec 3, 2012
Eagle12 wrote:
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From what I know about young beautiful women.

Some of these men donít know their talking to a regular atheist man when responding to Clementia.
From what I know about grammar, your first statement here is not a sentence.

From what I know about grammar, in your second statement you mean they're, or they are, not their.

Look carefully:

They're talking to a regular atheist man.

Their grammar is better than yours.
Thinking

Saffron Walden, UK

#142262 Dec 3, 2012
Don't know if you should encourage someone in that way. To-martyr themselves, I mean.
Tide with Beach wrote:
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Thirsty? Try a V8.

Since: Mar 11

Lexington, KY

#142263 Dec 3, 2012
And we thank Mithras for this to this day.

Thank you Mithras oh son of God, savior of mankind, the lamb, the light and the way, centuries before Jesus.

:)
Eagle12 wrote:
What percentage of annual sales do the holidays represent?
For some retailers, the holiday season can represent anywhere between 20Ė40% of annual sales. In 2011, holiday sales represented 19.5% of total retail industry sales.
http://www.nrf.com/modules.php...

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#142264 Dec 3, 2012
Eagle12 wrote:
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Bob,
Clementia is the figment of someoneís imagination. Her/his/it writing style changes constantly. Evidence of a fictional character being played out by a poster. You will notice that she/he/it leans more towards atheism.
These imposters make this site just plain weird. Itís always men pretending to be young beautiful women. From what I know about young beautiful women. Theyíre not going to be spending their time on a site like this.
Some of these men donít know their talking to a regular atheist man when responding to Clementia. Men flirting with men, yuck.
I LOVE YOU GOD, I LOVE GOD, I LOVE HIM!!!!!!!!!!

I'm sikh you dummy, our religions are different to yours!

I told you before why I'm on here!

Since: Mar 11

Lexington, KY

#142265 Dec 3, 2012
In that are Bob, EW and Number four all flirt with men. Yuck.
Eagle12 wrote:
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Bob,
Clementia is the figment of someoneís imagination. Her/his/it writing style changes constantly. Evidence of a fictional character being played out by a poster. You will notice that she/he/it leans more towards atheism.
These imposters make this site just plain weird. Itís always men pretending to be young beautiful women. From what I know about young beautiful women. Theyíre not going to be spending their time on a site like this.
Some of these men donít know their talking to a regular atheist man when responding to Clementia. Men flirting with men, yuck.

“In the beginning God Created..”

Since: Feb 12

Southern Illinois

#142266 Dec 3, 2012
Catcher1 wrote:
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From what I know about grammar, your first statement here is not a sentence.
From what I know about grammar, in your second statement you mean they're, or they are, not their.
Look carefully:
They're talking to a regular atheist man.
Their grammar is better than yours.
For gods sake Pedro, please shave under your arms. There could be lice hiding in there.
Thinking

Saffron Walden, UK

#142267 Dec 3, 2012
I'm not scared of hair like you, eagle.
But then, I've never desired anything prepubescent.
Eagle12 wrote:
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For gods sake Pedro, please shave under your arms. There could be lice hiding in there.

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#142268 Dec 3, 2012
Eagle12 wrote:
What percentage of annual sales do the holidays represent?
For some retailers, the holiday season can represent anywhere between 20Ė40% of annual sales. In 2011, holiday sales represented 19.5% of total retail industry sales.
http://www.nrf.com/modules.php...
Truly a glorious way to commemorate christ's birth.

“In the beginning God Created..”

Since: Feb 12

Southern Illinois

#142269 Dec 3, 2012
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>Truly a glorious way to commemorate christ's birth.
As much as Atheist in general despise the Christmas Holidays. Retail business depend on those sales to be profitable. Small retail business need that cash flow.

Also worth noting charities such as the Salvation Army depend upon those giving during the Christmas Holidays. Christ birth means more than salvation. It also represents prosperity to those countries that celebrate the Christmas Holiday.

Since: Feb 08

Tampa, FL

#142270 Dec 3, 2012
Eagle12 wrote:
As much as Atheist in general despise the Christmas Holidays.
I know a lot of atheists, but none of the ones I know despise the Christmas holidays.

I guess you're wrong.

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