Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by ViroMan, Mar 31, 2012.
fucking again, pics or gtfo
Norse mythology is awesome. It's Frjádagr, Frjádagr, gotta get niður on Frjádagr!
Also, my mythology is better than yours.
And in reality...:
You're either an agnostic deist or agnostic atheist. Pick a side and stfu.
i change beliefs based on the situation
Nesquik cereal is best cereal, LALALALALA, I'm right, you're wrong.
I hardly think so.
what's up with britain's version of honey nut cheerios?
ya.. seriously honey loops?? It must have been WAY to much to say for them. You know the less words they have to speak the less they have to show off their yellow teeth.
How many of you can spread your lips enough to do that without splitting them? If you can do that... Stop sucking on horses.
Thomas Jefferson was not an atheist, but did think organized religion (especially Christianity) was retarded. Arguably, Ben Franklin wasn't an atheist neither according to the writings later in life.
lots of people get religious the older they get. The possibility of not having an afterlife is scary to many.
ohh you mean this...
Einstein is in the atheism demotivational... someone clearly did not do the research.
"Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind." - Einstein.
It's annoying how many people believe atheism = science or empiricism. Atheism = does not believe in the existence of a deity. A theist or deist can be a scientist or mathematician as well. Really people should be using the term evolutionist or something for the anti-creationist sided individuals.
We have honey nut cheerios as well, but honey loops are better.
loopys for the loopys?
I'm afraid you didn't do your research either; Einstein repeatedly explained that he was not religious.
(The rest of your post I concur with)
Fuck off we're having fun
Speaking of Norse Mythology
The founding fathers orwhateverthey'recalled were deists, not atheists and not Christians. They did explicitly advocate separation of Church and state.
You made my day. We shall open some special camps for such people.
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