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Go to: Mississippi to vote on 'personhood'

Ungodly1's Avatar Jump to comment 62 by Ungodly1

As Richard so aptly puts it, most pregnancies terminate spontaneously, making God the most prolific abortionist! Why doesn't somebody tell these demented fuckwits to concentrate their efforts on something real, like the fact their country is going rapidly down the drain?

Thu, 03 Nov 2011 22:19:32 UTC | #887134

Go to: A taxonomy of logical fallacies

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Try this logic text, used by Simon Fraser University here in Vancouver: "Logical Self Defense", by Ralph H. Johnson & J. Anthony Blair, both professors at the University of Windsor.

Mon, 15 Aug 2011 22:31:07 UTC | #861471

Go to: Gay and African

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I wish the state would crack down on the Christian and Muslim assholes! Scum of the earth!

Wed, 03 Aug 2011 19:53:51 UTC | #857567

Go to: Blinded and Blindsided:

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The Tea Party controls the House purse strings, and those people are largely right-wing Christians who don't really trust science, and could care less about what is found in outer space. This has to have something to do with the fact that most of what is being found there contradicts what their 'Good Book' says. Slowly they are being backed into a shrinking corner of their own stupidity!

Tue, 26 Jul 2011 15:51:04 UTC | #854287

Go to: UPDATE: Fashionable Nonsense?

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Could sophism by any other name be as pretentiously obscure? I love the very appropriate term "metabollocks", thank you Richard!

Thu, 16 Jun 2011 17:44:26 UTC | #639332

Go to: UPDATE: Fashionable Nonsense?

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Could sophism by any other name be as pretentiously obscure? I love the very appropriate term "metabollocks, thank you Richard!"

Thu, 16 Jun 2011 17:42:11 UTC | #639331

Go to: Assault on Science in Canada

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Methinks this unscientific slimeball doth protest too much! And there is no doubt that his slimeball boss Harper approves of his non-answer to what should be an easy question!

Tue, 31 May 2011 20:09:36 UTC | #632768

Go to: Saudi woman driver faces jail

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Maybe they will decide she needs to be stoned to death . . . come one, come all, bring the kiddies to watch, bring some popcorn . . . lets show the world what religion is all about!

Fri, 27 May 2011 19:59:05 UTC | #631582

Go to: More scientific, skeptic blogs or websites

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This is a good one, I read it every morning at coffee break: http://freethinker.co.uk/

Wed, 25 May 2011 19:48:54 UTC | #630872

Go to: Can you share your struggle with religious family members?

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How about saying to them: "You people are losers, get the fuck out of my life!"

Wed, 11 May 2011 17:12:40 UTC | #625910

Go to: Male genital mutilation

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The idea of genital mutilation is absolutely revolting, and no child should be forced to undergo such a barbaric ritual against his or her will. If I were a god I would make forcing circumcision on a child punishable by death!

Mon, 09 May 2011 22:22:08 UTC | #625120

Go to: Did religion give us doubt? And a note on envy

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Martyrs? Are they for real?!? Atheists don't have martyrs for the obvious reason: we are not stupid enough to kill ourselves over a fantasy!

Thu, 14 Apr 2011 15:31:32 UTC | #615449

Go to: Happy birthday, Christopher Hitchens

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Happy Birthday, Christopher! You have been, and continue to be, an inspiration to me. I hope you are with us for a long time. You probably have several more wonderful books inside you to put into print, each of which will immediately go onto my must-read list!

Wed, 13 Apr 2011 15:28:52 UTC | #614962

Go to: Sermon disguised as politics

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This woman is truly the mayor of Crazytown! I love Bill Mahar's line: Michelle Bachman is the ideal candidate for those voters who find Sarah Palin too intellectual!

Tue, 12 Apr 2011 22:12:31 UTC | #614698

Go to: Separation of church and state -- but what about my national anthem?

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I'm a Canadian who hates that line, and I absolutely refuse to sing the part about God, instead I sing the old version, "O, Canada, Glorious and Free." The lyrics need to be changed!

Mon, 11 Apr 2011 20:50:01 UTC | #614178

Go to: Anti-mutilation drive 'at risk'

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Take the most sensitive part of a young innocent girl's body, the part that has the most nerve endings, and introduce it to some creepy old man with a knife and no anesthetic. Of all the human endeavors, only religion could generate such a revolting and barbaric procedure, and one which deserves only the strongest condemnation. Can't we stamp out this horrible practice in our lifetimes?

Fri, 01 Apr 2011 20:01:01 UTC | #610457

Go to: Epic irony: Mideast moves forward while America moves backward

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America doesn't need an Islamist revolution. They are headed at high speed back into the 14th century, driven by their own stupididy!

Mon, 28 Feb 2011 23:14:15 UTC | #597466

Go to: Va. man gets 25 years for 'South Park' threats

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Right freakin' on! It's about time murderous asshole Islamists learn they can't murder in the name of their psychotic sky god!

Sat, 26 Feb 2011 00:06:34 UTC | #596293

Go to: Midterm question about God and rights

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Encountering such a question as this on an exam I would have liked to paraphrase the question to read: "Do you think individuals who do not recognize the supremacy of the Flying Spaghetti Monster deserve their rights and freedoms." Although Canada does not display the alarming degree of religious idiocy such as that attained by the U.S., there are still a few (hopefully very few) islands of residual religious slimeballs, obviously one of whom penned this abysmally stupid exam question.

Thu, 24 Feb 2011 18:27:13 UTC | #595573

Go to: Charges initiated against Pope for crimes against humanity

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Do you think he will be wearing that ridiculous 'fish hat' while he's sitting in the dock? That's a sight I'd love to see!

Thu, 24 Feb 2011 18:20:53 UTC | #595569

Go to: Space Aliens

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Don't forget that radio signals decrease in strength according the the inverse square law. This means if you double the distance from the transmitter, the RF strength decreases by a factor of 4. Regular radio transmitters that we use today would barely be detectable on Mars, and would completely disappear into the background RF noise by the time it reached a distant galaxy.

Thu, 24 Feb 2011 16:33:30 UTC | #595500

Go to: Jewish fundamentalist attempt at refuting Dawkins

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The usage of the 747 junkyard analogy shows the author knows nothing about natural selection. The article is filled with such twaddle. People this ignorant should have their crayons taken away from them!

Fri, 11 Feb 2011 18:27:16 UTC | #590998

Go to: Physics in Your Life

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American TV advertisements are already using everyday physics to sell products. I just saw the ad for iRenew bracelets, worn by famous athletes and celebrities to cure all of their ailments. According to the ad, every person has a unique frequency and the bracelets syncs with your frequency, thus modulating your well-being. Sales for this device (I use the term loosely) are huge. These bracelets are a big scam. People pay money for things that are 'sciency' sounding, and they get ripped off big time! Just a modernized version of the magic crystal scam.

Mon, 31 Jan 2011 20:42:25 UTC | #586438

Go to: Ricky Gervais's fundamental error was to attack God

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American TV viewers need more such shocks as this one. They seriously need to know what a laughing stock they are in the eyes of the world because of their irrational obsession with supernatural beings. Go Ricky!

Wed, 26 Jan 2011 20:50:44 UTC | #584536

Go to: Astrologers angered by stars

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To borrow from a Robin William's quote, If religion is a crutch, then astrology is the wheelchair! Like religion, astrology is just one of many multi-million dollar industries based on nothing!

Mon, 24 Jan 2011 21:03:40 UTC | #583668

Go to: A Most Courageous Human Being

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It is very encouraging to see a Muslim woman stand up to the religious fuckwits who want so desperately to rule all our lives. More women should be enraged by the way they are treated by Muslim men as a result of oppressive Muslim law, and therefore, be encouraged to join her in condemning these violations of their human rights.

Mon, 24 Jan 2011 20:48:43 UTC | #583657

Go to: Four animals to be injected, then killed in Parkinson's disease study

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Perhaps Birthistle and her group will volunteer to take the place of the test monkeys. This sort of ignorance is more than annoying, it threatens scientific and medical progress.

Fri, 21 Jan 2011 23:20:38 UTC | #582248

Go to: "The Selfish Gene's" negative message

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I also used to believe in the story of Adam and Eve, but have since realized that it was a fairy tale explanation created in the absence of science. One of the lies perpetrated by religion is that morality comes from the Bible. But reading the Bible reveals it to be a story of bloody genocide and murder, homophobia, slavery and complete disregard for human life. I choose to act in a moral manner because I care about how people regard me, and I would like people to treat me well in return. In short, we make our own morality and we can choose to be happy, no matter what our situation. Richard Dawkins is sometimes misinterpreted to mean that because our genes act in a selfish manner, we must also act in selfish ways. Fortunately, this is not true. But I understand why you might feel let down to learn the truth about our existence, but these are the expectations resulting from the false promises of religion. In the long run, we are responsible for our own lives, and we are free to sculpt our own lives as we see fit, free from the demands of a tyrannical sky dictator.

Thu, 20 Jan 2011 20:58:28 UTC | #581694

Go to: If you are not "saved", don't move to Alabama

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What an ignorant and arrogant schmuck! Reminds me of a Sunday School teacher I had 50 years ago! That kind of crap belongs in the past!

Wed, 19 Jan 2011 16:08:54 UTC | #581029

Go to: The American College, Madurai - a victim of religious atrocity

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"I’m writing this to bring this issue to international attention and richarddawkins.net is the perfect stage to let the world see this example of how religion can ruin almost everything." What do you mean, 'almost everything?'!

Mon, 17 Jan 2011 18:16:15 UTC | #579862