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For All You Athiests and Agnostics Out There
#1
Saying God does not exist is like saying the sun does not exist because:it got dark last night.Dielaughing
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#2
I'm not agnostic or atheist.
I am deist.
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That makes me a heathen with dangerous ideas.
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"With ordinary talent and extraordinary perseverance, all things are attainable." - Thomas Foxwell Buxton

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#3
I don't believe, but I've got a pretty good idea.


Okay, that's from Kevin Smith, but I think it is a good attitude.


Oh, and I AM an atheist, thank God.
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#4
*whistles innocently* I get the feeling this thread is flame bait so I'll not comment further.

Peace, Love and Carrots!

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"With ordinary talent and extraordinary perseverance, all things are attainable." - Thomas Foxwell Buxton

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#5
Oh-jeez

'Nuff Said





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(05-13-2013, 07:01 PM)Shastzi Wrote: *whistles innocently* I get the feeling this thread is flame bait so I'll not comment further.

Peace, Love and Carrots!

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Actually it is a quote from Bill Maher, and I just thought it was funny. I am not that clever.

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#7
Really? I thought Maher was an atheist. Of course, he was also a liberal dove before 9/11 and then he became a rabid hawk, so what do I know?
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(05-13-2013, 09:24 PM)Schnauzers 5 Wrote: Actually it is a quote from Bill Maher, and I just thought it was funny. I am not that clever.

Thank the powers-that-be; I thought you were trying to start another religion "war". oldman
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(05-14-2013, 12:41 PM)DocWils Wrote: Really? I thought Maher was an atheist. Of course, he was also a liberal dove before 9/11 and then he became a rabid hawk, so what do I know?

If he was a hawk after 9/11 he's reverted to a dove.

And he is not a believer in a deity. Interesting point made by Neil deGrass Tyson: Why do we have a word or words for that? Not being convinced of the existence of something places you in a category that has a name!

And I'm also reminded of the old Aggie joke (yes, here in Texas we love our Aggie jokes and the best place to hear them is on the A&M campus in College Station).

The Aggies wrote a letter to NASA proposing a manned-mission to the sun. NASA wrote back telling them it's too hot to land on the sun. The Aggies wrote back telling them that the plan was to land at night. Laugh-a-lot
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#10
I heard the same joke in Switzerland, only instead of Aggies (isn't that a type of marble?) we used Appenzellern (a mountain region that produces cheese and .... oh, wait... just cheese.....). The joke, so far as I know, started in the UK and the dunce was an Irishman. It might have been David Frost who first coined it on TW3, which was not above the odd bit of racial humour, although its main focus was political satire.

As for mister Tyson, the answer is we have a term in medicine for that - we call it Normandatus.
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