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blinknight

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  • [-5] August 2, 2015 at 2:41pm

    Yes in fact East, you are here to amuse me.

    That’s all you can do, because you are indeed a clown.

  • [-4] August 2, 2015 at 2:41pm

    More inane comments from a coward who won’t try to debate.

  • [-3] August 2, 2015 at 2:39pm

    @East

    Hahaha!

    Yeah they do, and neither of them did anything because of what they didn’t believe.

    Ever heard of anyone doing anything based on what they DON’T believe?

    It’s particularly hilarious because we know precisely why most of the communists in question did things, it was because they were motivated by radical poltical ideas in which they thought they could create ‘utopia’ by killing off the people they didn’t need.

    And by the way, I find it funny as hell that NO amount of butchery in the name of the god you believe in ever makes the Bible or your religion ‘evil’, but with atheists its guilt by association from now until dooms day.

  • [-1] August 2, 2015 at 2:36pm

    @Right

    Actually, do yours.

    Nobody you have named so far was killing anyone in the name of ‘radical atheism’.

    Here’s your first clue… Let’s say two men get in to long running dispute and the conflict eventually boils over and one murders the other. What they were fighting over and their reasons for killing had nothing do with their individual religious beliefs.

    So I walk in and say ‘Well the killer was (insert reliion here), so that’s why he did it’

    Does that make any sense?

    You are essentially saying that simply because these people “were atheists” that they did these things, when they actually did them for reasons that had nothing what so ever do with it.

  • [-2] August 2, 2015 at 2:31pm

    @fortherecord

    And if it were any other kind of event, you would be howling in rage if anyone questioned why they were there.

  • [-2] August 2, 2015 at 12:20pm

    Considering the reaction here when people heard of a preist being spit on at a gay pride event the reaction to this should be amusing.

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  • [3] August 1, 2015 at 8:51am

    @Blest

    Your inability to get the point of my post is laughably hilarious particularly when you then go off on some fantasy rant about me.

  • [2] August 1, 2015 at 7:19am

    @argyle

    Yes, you do want to discriminate against homosexuals and it’s what you keep trying to do and everything you come up with is just a BS excuse for you to be able to do it.

    I do not ignore the fact that people with religious beliefs have rights too. In fact, I actually understand those rights, how they work, where they apply, and what the limits are. What you want is special treatments and exceptions that would not apply to practically any other circumstance, given to you, or it’s ‘violating your rights’. What you want is special rights.

    I believe you can see Jesus Camp on Youtube if you’re interested, but in any event it’s not hard to find, and fundamentalists don’t typically see what goes on in that film as child abuse. As I pointed out above, what goes on there is not illegal and is in fact Constitutionally protected but absolutely anyone not completely out of their skull with religious indoctrination watches that film, and is deeply disturbed by what is being done to those children.

    Denial of evolution and the attempt to remove it from school is not a ‘fringe’ element of the religious people in this country nor is the attempt to push creationism in to classrooms under the radar. I fully accept that YOU are not one of ‘these people’, taking you at your word, but that doesn’t change the facts.

    I can and will judge people by experience and the reality, the experience is, everything I’ve said so far.

  • [-17] July 31, 2015 at 4:50pm

    Heh.

    Now go watch “Jesus Camp” and get back to me…

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  • [-2] July 31, 2015 at 4:34pm

    @super

    How many times do we have to go over this same, stupid, idiotic, non-question?

    Let’s try this one more time for you and for everyone who keeps right on asking it.

    Refusal of sevice to a bigot because you are NOT a bigot, is not even remotely close to being the same thing as refusal of service becaue you ARE a bigot and by the way, you are proving beyond all doubt that you are indeed a bigot against gay people if they are to you what ‘God Hates Gays’ is to a gay baker.

    @Father

    Indeed. In this case it comes from religious fundamentalism.

    @matt

    Yes, how dare I point out hypocrisy, bigotry and hate from Christians, that’s so unfair of me.

    @nigel

    I never specifically said ‘gay people’ were going to hell, i said Christians run around telling people they will got o hell.

    @Bearway

    Yes, Christians have to obey the same laws and rules as everyone else. I know, it’s not fair to ask that of them.

    @fortherecord

    Did I call for the government to do anything? I call it child abuse, becuase doing that to kids is abusive.

    But it’s also completely legal and Constitutionally protected.

  • July 31, 2015 at 4:29pm

    @argyle

    ‘Who wants to discriminate against gay people?’

    You are either completely dishonest or completely stupid to even ask this question, and you know it.

    ‘Who said anything about hell?’

    Just pointing out the usual nonsense. I’m watching somebody say hate is usually perpetuated by the atheists? Hell is one of the most hateful concepts ever created by the human imagination.

    ‘What is “Jesus Camp”?’

    A documentary film showing children at a fundamentalist summer camp, it is creepy and disturbing as anything. Legal child abuse.

    ‘What valid science is not being taught in school’

    Christian fight tooth and nail to stop evolution being taught in schools. As I say: deny valid science and fight tooth and nail to prevent people from learning it.

    So as I say, Christians are the kid crying because after pushing everyone around and bullying forever, somebody punched them in the nose.

  • [30] July 31, 2015 at 12:30pm

    You still have freedom of speech. Is there anyone preventing you from speaking?

    What you no longer have, and I know you got used to it, is speech without consequences.

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  • [21] July 31, 2015 at 12:29pm

    You want to discriminate against gay people, you want to run around telling people they’re going to hell, you want to look at something like “Jesus Camp” and maintain that is not child abuse, you not only want to deny valid science but fight tooth and nail to prevent people from learning it in school.

    And you think hate is perpetuated by atheists?

    Not at all. What you are seeing is people finally push back after years of Christians getting away with everything.

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  • [5] July 31, 2015 at 10:31am

    @East

    When I have taken care of children that age, I took them in with me.

    @Silver

    Yes, that is just my opinion.

    It just happens to be the morally superior one that demonstrates the greatest amount of common sense.

  • [-1] July 31, 2015 at 10:28am

    @argyle

    So you’re business is not part of a religion and as such cannot claim any sort of exemption from anti-discrimination laws. Thank you for confimring this.

    Just because your religion tells you that it is okay to be a bigot does not make you exempt from anti-discrimination laws. If your personal beliefs can allow you to ignore such laws then anyone can ignore them.

    And hiliarously, you will have no problem seeing the hate and the bigotry when it’s done to any group of which you are a member.

  • [-1] July 31, 2015 at 10:22am

    1. This changes precisely nothing. The god in question still systematically killed innocent people, including children, who had no power and no control over the situation. Pointing out that the Jews were horrifically treated slaves in the story does not make the systematic killing of children any different.

    And by the way, it’s a story, it didn’t actually happen.

    2. This is the usual BS of trying to find a way to make it ‘not gods fault’. It’s the same old ‘credit for everything, responsibility for nothing’. If I have magical powers and tell a whole town it has to do “X”, even if “X” is a morally justfied thing, if I then use my magical powers to kill all the first born children of the town, this does not make me anything other than a horrible monster that just murdered a bunch of innocent people. Period. Nobody in their right mind would say ‘Oh it’s not his fault he murdered all those innocent people!’

    Yes, I agree, this i a waste of time because you’re an idiot who is trying to play the ‘You can’t blame god for stuff god did!’ game.

  • [6] July 31, 2015 at 10:14am

    She returned possibly because she saw all the commotion.

    You DO NOT leave a kid in the car. Not for ‘just a minute’. Not for one damn second do you leave a child unattended in a car. Breaking her window and yelling at her is the least she deserved.

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  • July 31, 2015 at 10:10am

    @WayTruth

    Yes, more and more people do support equal rights for gays, and Christianity is slowly dying. You’re free to accept those things are true right now, or you’re free to continue to live under the delusion that what you want to think is true resembles reality.

    And yes, I can say it’s discrimination, because it is. It is whether or not gay marriage is legal by the way. The only people trying to play word games are people like you.

    Let fundamentalsits have their bigoted beleifs concerning gay people, but it is still wrong. Do not try to force us to into your bigotry. (and unlike what you said, this is actually what you try to do)

  • [5] July 31, 2015 at 9:58am

    And I’m sure it will be completely real and not staged in any way.

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  • [2] July 31, 2015 at 6:01am

    @Mizu

    Yes it is, and let’s be clear right now.

    There is no ‘clever word game’ or ‘legal trick’ or any other method you or anyone else will come up with that will either make discrimination ‘okay’ or legal. If you offer a service to the public, anti-discrimination law says you don’t get to engage in discriminatory practices.

    And one more time: There is no ‘clever way’ you’re going to get around that. Quit trying to be clever and failing at it in laughably stupid ways.

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