I said ‘I don’t believe in God.’ And (a woman in the audience) said ‘Well, he allowed you to happen.’ Something like that, yeah? And I said ‘No,’ and then I said ‘No, he took my mum and she was 41, and he let Hitler live to be 55, so fuck that.’
You’re allowed to believe in a god. You’re allowed to believe unicorns live in your shoes for all I care. But the day you start telling me how to wear my shoes so I don’t upset the unicorns, I have a problem with you. The day you start involving the unicorns in making decisions for this country… I have a BIG problem with you.
If Atheists Ruled the World.
All text taken directly from online Christian fundamentalist forums.
I hurt myself laughing so hard. Make it stop… I’m gonna pee….
A fringe Christian group has been busy lately warning the world about the coming Rapture, which it claims will be here on May 21.
If the prognosticators are right, then some of us are in big trouble.
With that thought in mind, a local group called Seattle Atheists is now…
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For the last three weeks, New Jersey commuters entering the tunnel have had to sit in traffic and contemplate the sight of a billboard with a picture of a nativity scene, a star and three wise men. Its message: “You know it’s a myth,” courtesy of a group called American Atheists.
Drivers can mull over this challenge for the few minutes of purgatory it takes to cross under the Hudson River. Once they make it through the tunnel into New York, however, they’ll encounter another billboard, this one from the Catholic League.
It’s the same nativity scene, but this time with a retort: “You know it’s real.”
Here in full is the transcript of the long-anticipated Munk debate between Christopher Hitchens and former prime minister Tony Blair. The motion: “Be it resolved, religion is a force for good in the world”. No prizes for guessing who was arguing for and against.
Pledging yourself to any particular religion is no more or less weird than choosing to believe that the world is rhombus-shaped, and borne through the cosmos in the pincers two enormous green lobsters called Esmerelda and Keith….
Squaring The Circle
Look! It goes all the way back to 4004 B.C.!
The governor of Texas, who, when asked if the Bible should also be taught in Spanish, replied that ‘if English was good enough for Jesus, then it’s good enough for me.