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Clark Griswold wrote:
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There are two of the finest zoos in the country within a 40 minute drive from me. Please tell me which one, if either has serpents. I'd like to see one. How about a photo of a serpent. Can you find me one of those and save me a trip to the zoo? I'm not asking for a photo of a snake. I'd like to see what a serpent looks like.
You wanna see a non-snake serpent?

See: US Politicians.

I gave you the definition and the link to the dictionary website.

If you choose to limit your mind to think that the only kind of serpent is a snake, that's on you.

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Catcher1 wrote:
You don't have to go back and check.
Just give me a wild guess.
How many times do you estimate you have said the same damn thing?
To Clark Griswald? Zero times. Why do you ask?

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Nov 1, 2013
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Dude... That's an impressive totalitarian attitude.
God gave your free will. What you choose to do with that is your choice.
Totalitarian? What?

It's a very simple point - if god healed your horse, he killed the starving kid. He can't be responsible for some things and not responsible for other things. Either he interferes, or he doesn't, which means that, if he does interfere, any inaction on his part is the same as action. We are talking about a deity here.

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Nov 1, 2013
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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In my example, did dad say no?
Child: "can I have a pony?"
Dad: "..."
Child: "dad?"
Dad: "..."
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Suppose the dad didn't hear the child's question.
Suppose the dad just didn't have the heart to say no so he pretended not to hear.
Suppose the dad already bought the child a pony and didn't want to ruin the surprise.
Hmmm...
"YES!" is not the correct answer. It's a guess.
You're not making sense.

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Clark Griswold wrote:
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This is fun.. I enjoy arguing about aying the blame on fictitious entities. Let's change the subject. I think it was Dumbledores fault that Lord Voldemort was able to make a resurgence. What do you have to say about that?
Nothing.

I don't waste my time arguing about things I don't believe in.

Cuz I'm not an atheist.

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Nov 1, 2013
 
Aura Mytha wrote:
<quoted text> Angel food cake or devils food cake?:)>
LOL

Who cares, as long as there's strawberries and whipped cream on it....

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Nov 1, 2013
 
Catcher1 wrote:
No.
But did they have electricity back then?
"they"? Who?

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Clark Griswold wrote:
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Think about what you just said. If you have to try that hard to qualify something, odds are you're standing in bullshit.
Ah, ok.

So the thousands of people in the past 150 or so years that have spent day & night trying to prove evolution are equally standing in bullshit, right?

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Hukt on Fonix wrote:
Instead... with respect to the challenge he attempts to address (Prove there's a god)... he invariably equates his god to a "feeling".
Negative.

I've only referred to the difficulty (or impossibility) of proving either, NOT that they are the same thing.

Everyone I posed that to says "it's easy to prove love", but none have.

Can you?

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Nov 1, 2013
 
Hukt on Fonix wrote:
Prove there's a god.
Which god?

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Catcher1 wrote:
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Hey Clerk.
Ask the Redneck about Satan. Ask if he thinks Satan is active today. Ask if Satan has had any infuence of the morality of our country since 1962.
You'll have lots of fun with this one.
(I already know the answer; RR never says something just once.)
But you don't pay attention, as I've never said "Satan has influenced the morality of our country since 1962".

And I've certainly never said "infuence".....

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Nov 1, 2013
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Negative.
I've only referred to the difficulty (or impossibility) of proving either, NOT that they are the same thing.
Everyone I posed that to says "it's easy to prove love", but none have.
Can you?
Why is it difficult to prove your god exists?

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Nov 1, 2013
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Which god?
How many gods do you believe exist?
Pat

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Nov 1, 2013
 
Dave Nelson wrote:
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http://science1.nasa.gov/astrophysics/big-que...
You won't notice the flannel mouthing and general avoidance of the subject i that one.
"The Universe must have been born in this single violent event which came to be known as the "Big Bang."
But that in this:
http://science.nasa.gov/astrophysics/focus-ar...
Kinda implies creation, eh? Being born?
If you look close they do avoid "Creation" itself. They do a little song and dance about what created that thing that got born. They wander off to other aspects after it was "born".
Now this one does get a bit more emphatic about "origin". "Creation" can be inferred from it.
"The Big Bang Model is a broadly accepted theory for the origin and evolution of our universe. It postulates that 12 to 14 billion years ago, the portion of the universe we can see today was only a few millimeters across."
That's NASA, darling. They guys that fly above the sky.
Notice the few millimeters. That would easily fit inside your snatch. The whole friggin universe.
In the first link you will see the universe is a foam. I have described it like that myself.
Do you know what you know?
The Big Bang may represent the beginning of the universe as we know it, not some ultimate beginning. The universe may have been expanding and contracting for eons for all we know and the last big bang was just one in an ongoing series of events.
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God is the sound you make when your brain farts.

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Pat wrote:
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The Big Bang may represent the beginning of the universe as we know it, not some ultimate beginning. The universe may have been expanding and contracting for eons for all we know and the last big bang was just one in an ongoing series of events.
Wow.

Very insightful.

Very definitive proof of no deity.

Cool. You are a credit to the Topix Atheist breed.

You "may" be right. Who knows?

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Nov 1, 2013
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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To Clark Griswald? Zero times. Why do you ask?
So now you do redneck house calls.
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Nov 1, 2013
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Yup. Man did that. The child didn't "have it coming", though. Why would you say that?
Your answer is quite revealing as to the fundamental differences between believers and non-believers. Timn's comment is quite obviously sarcasm, yet you diagnosed it as literally meaning "the kid had it coming." The majority of Christians I've known all shared two common traits: a leaning towards strict conservatism and a literalist interpretation of reality. Nuance, innuendo, satire, etc., seemed to be beyond their understanding; things were either black or white - shades of gray could not be processed, hence their fierce insistence that religious teachings must be accepted as inviolable law. Simply put, your mind tends to filter complex data into a diluted parcel that you can more readily understand while eliminating the more salient information needed to make truly coherent decisions. You're screwed.
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Nov 1, 2013
 
Dave Nelson wrote:
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Wow.
Very insightful.
Very definitive proof of no deity.
Cool. You are a credit to the Topix Atheist breed.
You "may" be right. Who knows?
That doesn't disprove your deity or Mother Goose. Enjoy your belief in Mother Goose too then you fool.

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Nov 1, 2013
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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"they"? Who?
The Adams and the Eves and the gods and the Satan.

Your imaginary friends.

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