Fascinating, lancintx. Which founding documents reference Jesus as the source of our blessings and liberty? Take your time.
June 14, 2014 at 2:44am
Jet fuel really does burn that hot, there’s no such thing as “free fall velocity,” and the government doesn’t have a list of reliable suicidal lunatics who’ll take orders to die and not screw up the schedule or blab the secret. Nor does it cause thousands of “fake” people to disappear in such a way that their real neighbors never notice.
If you believe this crap, you are retarded and insane, and pathetic.
If you spout that crap to me in person, I will educate you with a ballbat to the face.
And you’ll never know who I am, until I smash you.
March 6, 2014 at 11:25pm
That’s a transcript from a phone call. It’s not a text. It is likely transcribed without most punctuation unless speaking manner indicates a break or emphasis.
That said, achievement unlocked: Narcissistic little @!#$. I see a stripper pole in her future.
 March 1, 2014 at 7:20pm
Just tell them assault weapons can be used to perform abortions.
February 4, 2014 at 10:48pm
This is more flexible and has clotting agent, too.
February 4, 2014 at 10:45pm
They’ve used tampons for that for years.
January 26, 2014 at 1:15pm
Christards are stuck in a loop. They can’t imagine a world without “belief.”
I don’t “Believe” anything. I observe what exists, and deduce from known data.
500 years ago, scientists didn’t know how the sun worked, and christards “Believed” it was god-magic. Now we understand fusion.
Scientists didn’t know how gravity worked, and christards “believed” the Earth was the center of the universe, so things fell toward it. Now we understand gravity better. (Though it’s only a theory. I’m sure someone who doesn’t believe in theories can ignore it.)
Christards need a world where every creature was created whole. To accept that man is merely a slightly more sophisticated animal shocks their “belief” in this. Yet we know this is not the case.
Every “belief” of the past has been proven to be complete BS. God/gods/goddess didn’t sneeze out earth, poop it out, give birth to it, or anything else. It coalesced from interstellar matter.
We don’t yet know where that matter came from,but then 500 years ago we didn’t know how the sun worked.
It doesn’t matter what you believe. All that matters is reality, and denying it makes only you unhappy.
HINT: it’s embellished fiction. Like the Greek MYTHS and the Just So stories. It never happened. None of it.
I wonder if in 2000 years there’ll be true believers in Luke Skywalker.
January 26, 2014 at 12:56pm
Just because this found ‘tablet’ is old does not guarantee it holds accurate information. Maybe some guy from Mesopotamia was just fooling around, writing fiction.
Almost certainly, since that’s what the entire bible is.
January 26, 2014 at 12:53pm
“If you were on a witness stand, & was asked to tell the truth, the WHOLE truth, & nothing but the truth, so help you God, would you? Of course you would, for fear of punishment for perjury, from man’s law.”
Nah, I’d laugh in your face. Now, if you asked me to swear by Cookie Monster, I’d be very serious. Cookies are no joke.
How did the kangaroos make it from Australia to the Middle East, then get back afterward?
January 26, 2014 at 12:51pm
Rooty: quoting some mythological blather to support some other mythological blather is called circular reasoning. It’s also ridiculous.
No wonder Xtianity is dying.
In 50 years, there’ll be a bunch of stupid people wondering how the bible explains electricity and squatting in hovels, while everyone else learns nuclear physics and biology in 3rd grade.
January 26, 2014 at 12:49pm
First, there are two descriptions of the animals on the ark. One says 2 of each kind, one says 7.
Personally, I’m wondering how the kangaroos made it there from Australia, why all the fish didn’t die from improper salinity, and why none of the dinosaurs made it aboard. And of course, none of the dinosaurs made it to the high ground with the mammoths.
Oh, right–because it never happened.
I guarantee most of these true believers, so smug in their faith, don’t even know who cut Samson’s hair. If you just said “Delilah,” you owe me $50.
This is why religion needs to be abolished, and science education made mandatory.
January 26, 2014 at 12:44pm
Don’t tell them the truth. They’ll only hate you.
January 26, 2014 at 12:43pm
“I happen to believe that every word of the Bible is true”
Even the parts that contradict the other parts?
The parts that say locusts have four legs, heaven is held up by four pillars and contains storehouses of snow and hailstones?
No wonder some people want extreme religious obsession declared a mental disorder and people institutionalized for it.
January 14, 2014 at 1:40pm
Or perhaps the jury was shown more facts about the case than the half a paragraph Blaze has.
Remember all the outrage over Zimmerman “murdering” Martin, when it turns out Martin was the aggressor?
January 14, 2014 at 1:38pm
Also, “Homicide” only means he died during commission of a felony. Forex, if you pull a gun on a cop and shoot at him, miss, and he shoots you dead, you are dead from homicide–your own.
Death legally comes via natural causes, suicide, homicide, accident, or undetermined.
January 14, 2014 at 1:30pm
This is definitely a NWO marker financed by the Bilderbergs to help UN invaders navigate after Al Qaida destroys navigation radar. They’ll have maps showing these, and what cities are nearby, so they can land near the freeways where the markers on the wrong side of the signs will help them drive up the ramps the wrong way and along the roads the wrong way to take over America and unplug our comatose women after burning their bibles.
January 12, 2014 at 8:25pm
That’s already common. Men’s clothes will be sized S, M, L, 2X. Women’s will be sized XS, S, M, Queen.
January 12, 2014 at 2:54pm
Troonorth: There certainly is pull in hydrodynamics. The pressure outside the bottle is less than that in the compressed air in the neck, thus drawing the cork, just as the low pressure over an aircraft wing lifts the aircraft.