Monday, June 15, 2009

Deeply fucktarded

Fucktard c.t. thinks atheists are shallow:
I like to point out to atheists that they are shallow. Not only can't they see anything in the higher influences that are the Old and New Testaments, but they similarly can't see anything of worth in Homer or Plutarch or Plato. Shallow. You have to be shallow to be an atheist.

Tyrfingr, when you atheists make, for instance, metaphysical incuriosity a mark of intelligence you are shallow. Deathly so.
He also has some sort of a grudge against Swedes:
Do they lobotomize you Euros when you're school children? I realize public opinion is very powerful in homogeneous countries, but Scandinavia is taking it to extremes that suggests thought-control.
There goes another irony meter!

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