User Profile: Phluffy666

Member Since: December 15, 2011


  • December 23, 2012 at 2:12am

    As an atheist, I think this is actually a stupider reason for a holiday than Kwanzaa. Inventing holidays to try to compete for relevance against someone else’s imaginary friend is just ridiculous, no matter who does it.

    Besides; Christians have wonderful holidays now that they are no longer Christian celebrations. Let’s not kid ourselves guys… Jesus may be the reason for the season, but the pagans made your holidays a lot more fun. Hallmark, Cadbury, and Mattel really made them shine though. Strip away the Jesus myth, and there are still wonderful sentiments of kindness, charity, generosity, family, and community that make Christmas worthwhile. I think those are delightful reasons to enjoy a few days off from the daily grind any time. I don’t need to believe that an invisible sky fairy knocked boots with a Jewish hottie 2000 years ago to appreciate the humanistic aspects of the holiday.

    So, Merry Christmas says I. I wish you all every good thing.

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  • March 4, 2012 at 5:22am

    Mail order Koran………………………………………….Free
    Lighter fluid………………………………………………..$2.95
    Sharpie to write “[censored] you!” on the cover……$1.29
    Knowing that the address for the Embassy of Afghanistan is:

    2341 Wyoming Ave., NW
    Washington, DC 20008


  • February 16, 2012 at 9:29am

    As an atheist, I just want to say that this has always been a ridiculous arguement. The Constitution simply states that the government cannot establish a state religion, and that it cannot choose to favor one religion over another.

    As long as the government is fair in allowing any religion or atheist group to build memorials, I see no basis for this sort of hype. Personally, I would be happy to donate money for an atheist organization to buils a giant Darwin Fish memorial to the right of the cross for atheist veterans, and might even float a few dollars to a Jewish group to build a Star of David memorial on the left side for the Jewish vets.

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  • January 4, 2012 at 5:15am

    I don’t know about the GSA and don’t care enough about them to even do minimal research on this. However, I do know something about the history of the BSA.

    When it was originally created, the BSA was intended to be open to ALL boys regardless of race, religion, or economic background. Sexual preference was not even in the equation. The idea was to instruct boys on how to be good citizens by teaching them to be a part of something greater, like a scout troop. The belief was that by being a part of a troop boys would learn teamwork and ethical values from their interaction with other boys. Overcoming obstacles in the outdoors would give them the experience and confidence to achieve great things later on in life.

    My how things have changed…

    Today, boys are excluded because of their sexual preference before they are even old enough to have one, or sometimes even the sexual preferences of their parents. Scout leaders are forced to step down because of their religion and boys are not allowed to even participate if their parents personal morality or faith does not fall in line with a specific ideology. If you don’t already fit some kind of mold, then you are not welcome in the BSA.

    They have become irrelevant. If thats the path the GSA is on then both programs should just be closed down and all public funding or special deals like the $1 99year leases for campgrounds on government land should be declared null and void.

  • December 28, 2011 at 1:00am

    Does that sign say “Do Come In All Welcome”? I bet that would be a great place to have a Tea Party. I wonder how the Occupiers would deal with a Tea Party gathering at their front door… or better yet, inside… Do you think the Tea Party would be welcome?


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  • December 17, 2011 at 9:07am

    I bet if they replaced the plexiglass container with a garland covered noose and did an Ingrid Newkirk drop they could boost attendence… Betcha they could get Ted Nugent for that one!

  • December 17, 2011 at 8:28am

    This is why I use LED technology.

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  • December 17, 2011 at 8:17am

    This is what happens when courts allow illegal activities to be treated as political statements. I sincerely hope that in the spring of 2012 when this starts up again that city governments and courts will actually treat these idiots as the criminals they truely are.

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  • December 15, 2011 at 1:20pm

    Mama: Stay in denial all you want. I know that you feel the need to defend your belief. By all mans show me that exact passage that backs up your claim that the “certain young man” was Mark. I would be delighted to see you back that up with actual scripture. If you can’t provide me with chapter and verse on that then I maintaing that the Jeez was a poofter.

  • December 15, 2011 at 12:56pm

    @57states – An interesting thing happened when Jesus was arrested. Right after we read about the soldier getting his ear cut off and Jesus does a little preachifyin’ to the disciples, this is what happens:

    Mark: 14:50 And they all forsook him, and fled.
    14:51 And there followed him a certain young man, having a linen cloth cast about his naked body; and the young men laid hold on him:
    14:52 And he left the linen cloth, and fled from them naked.

    Why would Jesus have a naked man chasing him with such devotion after his chosen disciples fled? For that matter, what on earth is your lying savior doing hanging out with naked men? Why is Mark so afraid to say who the young man is? It sounds like Jesus was knocking sandals with a “certain young man” who grabbed a loincloth to cover himself when they got busted. It sounds like Jesus was your **** and Mark helped to cover it up…

  • December 15, 2011 at 11:27am

    It soundss like you’re just goin’ through the motions there little fire dude. You’re definitely showing a lack of commitment.

  • December 15, 2011 at 10:14am

    How is this sad? I thought you lot all wanted to go to Heaven. This is his chance. If Christians had any conviction in their alleged beliefs, this would be happy news. You should all be doing a little Snoopy dance because one of the faithful has been called home.

    AND the cops whacked the shooter, so everyone involved gets to go to their respective Valhalla. This is really a win/win for the zealot class.

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  • December 15, 2011 at 9:33am

    As an atheist, I have never understood what the issue here is. It’s a Christain holiday. It stands to reason that there are going to be Christian symbols and Christian mythology is going to play a large part in the celebration. Who cares? I hope you all have a great holiday. Buy baby Jesus lots of electronics this year. I have stock…

    I think these atheist groups would be money ahead if they stopped screwing around with you religious nutters and proclaimed April 19th to be “Science Day”. We can set up displays of the HMS Beagle on the lawn of every City Hall in the country. Assorted religious zealots could take the day off and picket libraries.

    As long as Christains keep their invisible sky fairys out of Towel Day festivities I bet we could all get along fine.