The Top 100 of 2009

There are 9 comments on the May 24, 2010, KBPS-FM Portland story titled The Top 100 of 2009. In it, KBPS-FM Portland reports that:

Puccini arias: Che Gelida Manina, Un bel di, Nessun Dorma, etc. 3 Beethoven: Moonlight Sonata 4 5 Copland: Old American Songs 6 Schubert: The Trout Quintet 7 Satie: Gymnopdies 8 Mozart arias: L ci Darem la Mano, Voi che sapete, Pa-Pa-Pa-Papagena, etc.

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Logical Atheist

London, UK

#21 Jun 26, 2010
Miss Marita Indans wrote:
According to my inside information as a former nurse, the worst pain you'll ever experience will be due to a heart attack. Many former patients who survived heart attacks, expressed their fears of the most excruciating pain you will ever face.
How to avoid heart attacks, keep stress levels low, and read the rest in a reputable medical encyclopedia or on the internet.
Best of luck everybody.
How do you know, did they tell you? Arthritis and post-op pain is hell.

How to avoid pain:
1) Avoid anything which may lead to pain, and complications as a result of pain and the causes of it.

Be lucky!!!
Logical Atheist

London, UK

#22 Jun 26, 2010
How can anyone assume that there is a God, just because there is no logical excuse for why we are here.

Religious groups should try to accept the facts, and the fact is, that there is no God. God is not around us, in us, up there or out there in the universe. This is it, and there is nothing else, until we discover other life forms out there in the universe.

1) Have you seen God?

2) Have you experienced physical contact with God?

3) Has it been confirmed that there is a God?

Belief in God, is the inability to come to terms with reality and the facts.

All bibles have been amended over the years, and may still be altered in the future.

God is not love, God may be hate. Who on earth told you that God is love? There are so many problems in the world, that if there were a creator, then it would not allow so much pain and misery to affect us.

If you are under the misconception that God is love, then you must be feeling something other than love, it is probably the welcome feeling of being part of a group who share the same belief.

Life as we know it, that is the universe we see, may or may not be infinite. The fusion of gases in the universe, commonly known as the big bang, is the only logical explanation as to how the Earth was formed.,

At the moment, we are all unique, this planet is unique and very special, and we should be glad to be here.

As for love, it's within you, itís in animals, itís in fish, and itís in other people, and itís up to you to go and look for it.
Air Religion Sect 2

London, UK

#23 Jun 26, 2010
Logical Atheist wrote:
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How do you know, did they tell you? Arthritis and post-op pain is hell.
How to avoid pain:
1) Avoid anything which may lead to pain, and complications as a result of pain and the causes of it.
Be lucky!!!
Do not despair there is hope my friend, let god heal your pain. Come to one of our religious meetings to see if god works for you. We are a newly formed religious sect, and believe you me they're popping up all over the place, although we haven't got a clue where sect 1 is.

If you're feeling down and out, don't reach out for the teddy, get help from god.
Logical Atheist

London, UK

#24 Jun 26, 2010
Air Religion Sect 2 wrote:
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Do not despair there is hope my friend, let god heal your pain. Come to one of our religious meetings to see if god works for you. We are a newly formed religious sect, and believe you me they're popping up all over the place, although we haven't got a clue where sect 1 is.
If you're feeling down and out, don't reach out for the teddy, get help from god.
You must have gotten the wrong end of the stick???
1) I'm not in pain.
2) I don't have a teddy yet, but I'll be getting one soon.
3) I'm not down and out.
4) Have you got a website.

Change your lifestyle bud, and then you won't need to waste your time on religion. Just think about how much time you could save by giving up the prayer, the religious meetings and religious reading. Think of all the fantastic things you could be doing instead of religious research.
Air Religion sect 2

London, UK

#25 Jun 26, 2010
Logical Atheist wrote:
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You must have gotten the wrong end of the stick???
1) I'm not in pain.
2) I don't have a teddy yet, but I'll be getting one soon.
3) I'm not down and out.
4) Have you got a website.
Change your lifestyle bud, and then you won't need to waste your time on religion. Just think about how much time you could save by giving up the prayer, the religious meetings and religious reading. Think of all the fantastic things you could be doing instead of religious research.
Who the hell do you think you are taking the mickey out of us and religion. Okay, so we're bored which is why most of us go to religious meetings, and it helps us to be able to bond with other confused people.

Since: Mar 09

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#26 Jul 12, 2010
Isn't it astonishing how the planets rotate around the sun year after year. I donít know anything about the solar system, so I guess it must be gravitational forces at work in the universe. I donít see any evidence of a God being responsible for the remarkable invention or movements of all the planets in our galaxy, and the only logical explanation for how it all began, is the íBig Bang.í There cannot be many other logical or scientifically proven explanations for our existence, other than God, and God, unfortunately, is not a logical or scientifically proven explanation for our existence.
Do not fart on stage

UK

#27 Jul 27, 2010
Singers who sing bum notes make me laugh, becuase while they're doing so, they always look around the stage to see if anyone noticed.

It's the kind of thing some of my colleagues used to do, only they'd farted and looked around to see if anyone had noticed.

The next time you go to a Kylie Minogue concert at Glastonbury, listen out for her endless bum notes. It's also amusing to see her look around when she forgets her words and doesn't even make an effort to ad-lib.

She's good at waving her arms around in the air and slapping her thighs though, at least she does that in time to the music.

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#28 Jul 31, 2010
The random comments on this column were made so that this group of comments can replace several other subjects, many of which have been repeatedly shown on google and other search engines for more than a year.
i knew lu

Bolingbrook, IL

#29 Jul 31, 2010
Do not fart on stage wrote:
Singers who sing bum notes make me laugh, becuase while they're doing so, they always look around the stage to see if anyone noticed.
It's the kind of thing some of my colleagues used to do, only they'd farted and looked around to see if anyone had noticed.
The next time you go to a Kylie Minogue concert at Glastonbury, listen out for her endless bum notes. It's also amusing to see her look around when she forgets her words and doesn't even make an effort to ad-lib.
She's good at waving her arms around in the air and slapping her thighs though, at least she does that in time to the music.
I bet pavarotti let lose some stinky ass farts on stage.But it took about 30 seconds for the fart to reach the outside cause of that big fat ass!!!

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