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Tag Archive: stupidity

Feb 14 2014

Apologetics baiting fail

Email from a fellow who calls himself “Destroyerof Atheists” [sic]: this is for matt D does he see these? maybe you can pass it along he seemed sincere so i wanted to ask him some questions does he represent atheists? has he ever debated/talked with/met a representative of the Creator? is he sincerely looking to …

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Oct 27 2013

We get email: And they call us censorious bullies?

For those of you who cannot read screengrabs, this says "I'm angry and stupid and my mother never gave me any hugs."

So this rando pops up and he’s all like “Waaahrgarbl!” I am intrigued by the notion of a self-styled champion of free expression telling us whom we are and are not allowed to associate with. Perhaps he can enlighten us with more rational discourse. Dude wrote back and he was all “You’re not the people …

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Feb 28 2012

Have a big fat freaking sh!t-ton of Alain de Botton abuse! You’re welcome.

Actually, he's not wrong that religion's contributions to fashion have a lot to do with putting people to shame.

I have no idea where this Alain de Botton guy sprung from, but he can spring right back. You’ve heard Dawkins mention the Neville Chamberlain school of atheist accomodationism, but de Botton, an atheist who thinks atheism would be really awesome if only we were all religious about it, is full-on Vichy. His latest excrescence, …

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Nov 30 2010

I love love LOVE the WhirledNutDaily!

Apparently, the success of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows “renews concerns that children are being lured to Satan.” After “concerns” they left out “…among dumbshits…”

Feb 09 2008

Rick Perry: lying, meretricious asshole

There. Let it never be said I didn’t have gift for bluntness. If he wasn’t already a big enough tool for appointing young-earther Dan McLeroy to head up the State Board of Education — an act comparable to appointing a person who believes automobiles are powered by big wound-up rubber bands to the presidency of …

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