Sunday, May 24, 2009

A long, greasy fucktard

Fucktard Timothy Birdnow thinks atheists are ruining society.
Radical Atheists hate it when their belief system is categorized as religious, but it is ... [with] a system of beliefs about the nature of the Universe, of Man, and of the Hereafter. It generally has a moral code. It has a creation story, and often a prophecy of the end of the world.
Even so:
That is why our society is sliding down the long, greasy pole; too many [atheists?] believe in nothing.
The good doctor Myers handily delivers the smackdown:
As we all know, sliding down a long, greasy pole is the homophobe's worst nightmare, which is why they dwell on it so much.

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