Saturday, August 14, 2010

Patterns

Just collecting The Stupid! It Burns! posts has revealed a few patterns. First, atheists are silly, childish poo-heads because they call theists names. Second, atheists are dumb because they use terrible arguments (which we won't mention in detail) as opposed to our really super arguments (which we also won't mention in detail). Third, atheists are trying to force atheism down our throats by insisting that we don't force Christianity down people's throats. Fourth, atheism is a bad opinion because atheists criticize other people's opinions.

"And pray that there's intelligent life somewhere out it space, 'cause there's bugger-all down here on Earth."

2 comments:

  1. G'day mate, from sunny Adelaide South Australia,city of churches and bizarre murder capital of my great nation.

    Wonderful to to find such an intelligent, ,articulate person with a well developed flair for the bleedin; obvious. (translation I agree with every word)

    A breath of fresh air.

    St John Shagnasty

    (that's pronounced Sin-gin shaw-ness-ee)

    PS: are you really Philip Adams?

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