Saturday, April 16, 2011

The Stupid! It Burns! (annoying edition)

the stupid! it burns! Why Some Atheists Annoy Me
I want to list a few reasons on why some atheists annoy me. ...

Holding lectures and conferences seems so redundant. Why do you need to hold events like “Skepticon” or “ReasonFest”? I’d assume ...

It’s sad that these three bitter individuals have become the voice of atheism. By following these atheist authors blindly, atheism has become a religion in itself. ...

Yes, I know atheists are smarter than the general population. I know that 93% of scientists do not believe in God. So what? I don’t care if you read all of Dawkins books or if you can schpeel off Darwin’s theories to the last detail. Talk to me about philosophy, ethics, logic, and politics. Just because you think you know everything there is to know does not mean you are right.

How can atheists have a positive outlook? Life ends after we die. In the mind of an atheist, there is no afterlife. I really dislike how all the atheists I’ve met are always complaining and focusing on negative things. They are so critical it seems.

Shorter Joe: It really annoys me that some people are interested in events, authors, ideas and social issues I don't find interesting. (Sorry, Dan!)

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