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Going from apathetic to antagonistic on religion
28th January 2011, 04:57
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Going from apathetic to antagonistic on religion
Before I used to just not care but the more and more I read about religion the more and more it sickens me. How do I go back to being apathetic? All this rage is not good for a person. BTW book I'm reading now is "God is Not Good How Religion Poisons Everything"
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28th January 2011, 05:03
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RE: Going from apathetic to antagonistic on religion
Maybe now that you're pissed off you'll do more to oppose religion Big Grin
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28th January 2011, 06:07
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RE: Going from apathetic to antagonistic on religion
Actually, it's God is Not Great.....

This should help you stay pissed off.


http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/28/world/...ganda.html

Quote:“David’s death is a result of the hatred planted in Uganda by U.S. evangelicals in 2009,” Val Kalende, the chairwoman of one of Uganda’s gay rights groups, said in a statement. “The Ugandan government and the so-called U.S. evangelicals must take responsibility for David’s blood.”

Ms. Kalende was referring to visits in March 2009 by a group of American evangelicals, who held rallies and workshops in Uganda discussing how to turn gay people straight, how gay men sodomized teenage boys and how “the gay movement is an evil institution” intended to “defeat the marriage-based society.”

AS if Uganda doesn't have enough problems without a bunch of shit-spewing xtians showing up to egg them on.
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28th January 2011, 06:14
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RE: Going from apathetic to antagonistic on religion
@mammia88

I guess you may be aware of the saying "don't get mad,get even"

Well, nuts to that! Get mad AND get even! USE your fury!
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28th January 2011, 18:09
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RE: Going from apathetic to antagonistic on religion
Anger can be a good thing! It causes us to speak up! Otherwise, without opposition, imbeciles like the cretins who erected the Creation "Museum" would have a clear field . We need to drive these morons back into their caves so they don't poison the minds of youngsters. By speaking up we let the little ones know that there is an opposing viewpoint and what they're being spoonfed isn't necessarily so.

I saw a video where Creationists took a group of young children to a Natural History Museum (in Cincinnati, I believe). They then brought the kiddies to the exhibits and ripped everything that was posted on the information placards. At one exhibit, one of the dipsticks pointed out how the museum claims the dinosaur bones are millions of years old. He then said to the kiddies, "How do they know?". Next, he had the kiddies all chant in unison, "How do they know?... How do they know?.... How do they know?". Well, just a few feet away was a display explaining "How they know". Of course, the Creationist assholes didn't point this out to the kids.

I was absolutely disgusted by this and I wished someone had stepped forward and said something! If I was there I most certainly would have pointed out the placard describing the process used to date dinosaur bones. I also might have said something like, "Don't listen to this guy, kids! He's trying to fill your heads with crap!"
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28th January 2011, 23:55
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Atheists at one time would have gone out and happily slaughtered religious folk. Partly because we felt misled, partly because it was a form of entertainment.

Now we've got BBC documentaries on ice caps and Lady Ga Ga.

Think yourself lucky. Smile
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31st January 2011, 03:27
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RE: Going from apathetic to antagonistic on religion
(28th January 2011 23:55)jason56 Wrote:  Atheists at one time would have gone out and happily slaughtered religious folk. Partly because we felt misled, partly because it was a form of entertainment.

Now we've got BBC documentaries on ice caps and Lady Ga Ga.

Think yourself lucky. Smile

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1st February 2011, 00:08
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le gasp! Unheard of!

Atheists can commit crimes or choose not to?

Aw shit.

/Synackaon grabs a shovel to hide the evidence.
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