Bollocks. absolute bollocks.. When i see it the shape reminds me of this. Paint skills off the charts tags are bollocks to
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#15 - powerlevel (04/07/2013) [-]
When i see it the shape reminds me of this.

Paint skills off the charts
#41 - historycanon (04/08/2013) [-]
BOLLOCKS!
User avatar #42 to #41 - spamakaze (04/08/2013) [-]
"He had spaff all over his quiff, it was mental!"

-Gavin Free
#19 - mrsugoiman **User deleted account** (04/07/2013) [-]
User avatar #18 - blaaz (04/07/2013) [-]
just a thought I had = " since people are not perfect nothing that would originate from them could be perfect either. This would mean that nothing that people create and ect could be perfect either and therefore completely undeniable. This would also be applied literally to everything that we know."

remember this is just a thought
User avatar #22 to #18 - angreif (04/08/2013) [-]
that's absolutely true, and that's why (rational) people accept it when their ideas are irrefutably disproven.
#4 - anon (04/07/2013) [-]
you are basically calling everybody in the world but yourself an asshole.

go **** yourself intollerant bastard.

people belive in this stuff. what makes you special?
you think youre actually better than these people?
well id rather go to church with a friend than sit around all day and hear an atheist blabber about how elite and superior their thinking is.

you are **** just like us buddy.
#34 to #4 - lolibear (04/08/2013) [-]
He has 4 sections, only one of which includes religion and doesn't even directly bash religion, only it's organized form, and you claim he is intolerant?
#12 to #4 - powerlevel (04/07/2013) [-]
Your comment is identical to mrfourtysevenman's before he deleted it.
You are a little bitch who can't even take red thumbs.

If you get this offended by religious post uploaded to satire website then i suggest you...
A) Cry about it
B) Tell your Mother
C) Come back to the funny junk when you turn 13.
D) All of the above

#5 to #4 - echobase (04/07/2013) [-]
mrfourtysevenman raging as anon
#10 to #5 - anon (04/07/2013) [-]
The maddest he's ever been.
#33 - anon (04/08/2013) [-]
I see a post like this and I think to myself, I desire pea soup the I go make pea soup. Cause pea soup is good. I love pea soup.





the end
User avatar #35 to #33 - spikethepony (04/08/2013) [-]
Yes, I must agree that split pea soup is quite desirable. I must also now sob quietly to myself, as I have little access to said soup, and I have no idea how to make it.
User avatar #49 to #35 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (04/08/2013) [-]
New England Clam Chowder is the superior soup choice. Down I say with split pea and ham soup
User avatar #32 - thejellybear (04/08/2013) [-]
Not necessarily the content within, but


OH MY GOD I'VE WAITED MY ENTIRE LIFE FOR A DIAGRAM SUCH AS THIS DIAGRAM.
User avatar #6 - iamkagji ONLINE (04/07/2013) [-]
I will now point out everything in this that can be definitively proven as correct. I make no claims that religion is false, but by definition it can't be empirically proven, so I am going to ignore it. You have been warned, so please don't give me any butthurt for this.

Homeopathy can work if done correctly. It just means that you use only natural medicines, not synthetic ones. Shiatsu is just a massage technique, and massage is scientifically proven to be beneficial. Detox is the process of letting your body clean itself out, like if you are a recovering alcoholic or heroin addict. Chiropractic treatment is very helpful, and can be applied to any joint in your body. Cupping, if done properly, increases circulation and releases nutrients. These effects can be easily duplicated with acupuncture and infrared lights. Faith healing, in some rare cases, can actually work due to psychosomatic reactions in the human body.

TL;DR Not trying to start a ********* , but OP is a fag.
#13 to #6 - creativeusernamea (04/07/2013) [-]
Not sure about the other points you made, but homoepathy is absolute pseudo-scientific bollocks. Homeopathy isn't just using natural medicince, it's using natural medicines in such dilute concentrations that there is no medicinal value whatsoever.

As Tim Minchin puts it in Storm "You know what they call alternative medicine that has been proved to work? Medicine."
#59 to #13 - anon (04/08/2013) [-]
dude, homoepathy actually works, it has kind of a placebo effect but a stronger one, google it, or study something useful, something different than *************
#61 to #59 - creativeusernamea (04/08/2013) [-]
They're drinking water. I have no problem with people taking the medicine, just the people who sell it for extortionate prices and call it science.
User avatar #14 to #13 - iamkagji ONLINE (04/07/2013) [-]
I guess I was mistaken in my understanding of homeopathy then. I am sorry.
User avatar #25 to #14 - peanutbuttahjellah (04/08/2013) [-]
Actually you are not mistaken. There are just so many terrible homeopathic doctors out there that people tend to call it bull **** . And even then it's more about the patient's ability to tell the doctor about their symptoms as the remedies used are very specific to each symptom. A symptom like the colour of mucus when you sneeze can be a very critical one even. Unlike traditional medicine where you have one medication that you can use for a wide variety of symptoms.
#27 to #25 - anon (04/08/2013) [-]
*cough* someone ate up the **** from thier local snake-oil homepath *cough*
#17 - Giganova (04/07/2013) [-]
But an explosion from ******* vacuum is normal bcuz scienist say so.
User avatar #20 to #17 - slyve (04/07/2013) [-]
Not from a vacuum. A vacuum is still something. I have no idea if anyone actually knows what "nothing" actually is, because no matter where you look in the universe, there is always something there. Radiation... Gravity... Before the big bang there was simply nothing. Not even time.

We don't know how this is possible or why it happened. Yet.

It's still a lot more plausible to me than magic or whatever you wanna call religious creation myths.
User avatar #21 to #20 - paintplayer (04/08/2013) [-]
Your whole delivery from your ellipses to your varied and overly-dramatic sentence structure screams, "I'm a pompous douchebag who thinks Atheism is my personal ticket to people thinking I'm smart." Please stop mindlessly regurgitating excerpts from your Astronomy 101 teacher's lectures in an attempt to seem learned.

Religious official says God exists: "Foolish religious types, thinking God created something from nothing. When will they learn?"

Famous scientist promotes Big Bang Theory without offering any insight as to how something can come from nothing: "Wow they're so smart it's OK that it's still just a theory, I'm sure it's true because this guy said it is."

And the worst part is you don't even realize you're doing it.
#31 to #21 - evenx (04/08/2013) [-]
Firstly, all the kid's saying (albeit in a poorly worded way) is that science is more plausible than talking flying scrolls, talking snakes, women growing from ribs. Two of every animal on a boat. You know, that **** .

Secondly, its not the belief in something from nothings that's stupid about religion. Its gays not being allowed to be married. Holy wars. That sort of thing. Science doesn't overstep its bounds. Religion does. Otherwise it would be a great thing.
#37 to #31 - longboarding (04/08/2013) [-]
Firstly, you have to actually learn what you are talking about. The bible is not a science textbook. It's not meant to tell man where he came from. It's a book of morals, delivered by men who followed the Messiah. The bible has nothing anyone should stand against when it comes to morals, except for maybe anything related to sexuality. I'll let the men in white lab coats handle science, while the men in the white robes handle theology.
#55 to #37 - anon (04/08/2013) [-]
It's not even a good source of morals. Hardly anyone follows the morals in the bible verbatim. We all have our own morals, most of which deviate significantly from the morals of the bible. I'm sure yours do as well.
#64 to #55 - longboarding (04/08/2013) [-]
Nope. My morals follow the NT on point
User avatar #36 to #21 - slyve (04/08/2013) [-]
You're right, if we don't understand anything from the start we shouldn't even try to understand and we should NEVER admit that we might not know something.

Making **** up and crediting supernatural beings for everything we don't understand seems like the much better approach. Thank you for this insight.
#26 to #21 - anon (04/08/2013) [-]
Pot. Kettle. Black.
User avatar #47 to #21 - slyve (04/08/2013) [-]
And by the way, there is a lot of evidence that supports the big bang theory. We just don't know how it all fits together yet, ******* .

Do i sound better if i add some insults? Seems to have worked for you, cuntnugget.
#29 to #17 - anon (04/08/2013) [-]
Aside from reducing an incredibly complex concept down to ludicrously simple rubbish (Which I'll admit is fine because lets face it, not everyone wants to spend time properly understanding this stuff.) The key difference is that the big bang or whatever you want to call it has millions of scientific hours of research behind it as well as some pretty hefty mathematics. It is what is currently regarded as what MAY have happened based on the information we have.

It has not had the line drawn under it and been labelled 'done' it is a 'heres what we think right now, check back soon.' If you don't 'believe' it then thats fine, feel free to come up with a theory that fits the data better and win several nobel prizes. Not trying to be an asshole, it just annoys me when people mock concepts they clearly havnt spent time trying to understand in the first place.
User avatar #39 - pepemex (04/08/2013) [-]
Yeah cause the mainstream is perfect and never fails. We should never question what our teachers, doctors and TV tell us. If their mistakes kills us that's better than thinking for ourselves, right?
User avatar #50 to #39 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (04/08/2013) [-]
It's funny because you're using the same logic that created Atheism in the first place
User avatar #43 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (04/08/2013) [-]
Except that aromatherapy and acupuncture are actually accepted forms of medicine and healing, and have scientific basis and research backing their results up

Something tells me that the person who made this list knows next to nothing about anything on it. Which really is the major problem I have with Atheists in general. Don't get me wrong, I love Science and I love Scientists far more than any religious practitioner, and while being religious myself, I have nothing but total respect and admiration for them. But seriously, an Atheist's logic really is as flawed as a religious person's

Religious Logic tends to be as so: I believe a *Insert anything spiritual here* exists because I have a doctrine that says so, I believe the doctrine is right because the *Insert anything spiritual here* exists, I believe a *Insert anything spiritual here* exists because the doctrine says so...

So on, so fourth. But from what I've noticed, Atheist logic is just as bad, if not worse (as many of them can be far more arrogant and annoying than any religious person I've met)

Atheist Logic tends to be so: I don't believe it exists because there is no proof it does, I don't look for proof because I don't believe it exists, I don't believe it exists because there is no proof it does...

So on, so fourth

See the pattern? Maybe if we just all swallowed our god-damned pride (no pun intended), and admitted that NONE of us really know EXACTLY what the hell is out there, whether in the universe or what comes after it, we can all try to work together and make something spectacular, instead of constantly trying to rip eachothers throats out and one up eachother because "HUR DUR, I'M SMERT BCUZ UR DUM"
User avatar #44 to #43 - soerd ONLINE (04/08/2013) [-]
You're taking the vocal minority and expressing it as the entirety.
User avatar #45 to #44 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (04/08/2013) [-]
Isn't that what the "Atheism" channel does with most religions?
User avatar #46 to #45 - soerd ONLINE (04/08/2013) [-]
You just did the same thing again. The "atheism" channel is not inclusive of all atheists.
And even if you were right your argument turns into "well they did it first". What are you 12?
User avatar #48 to #46 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (04/08/2013) [-]
Alright, since you don't seem to understand, I'll type it out in detail

Nearly every post on the Atheism channel is a religious bashing one or Atheist praising one. Predictable, and reasonable, of course it is. Most of their posts are also supported by MOST of the Atheist community on Funnyjunk, I say that because I can't imagine the majority of religious people thumbing their content up, yet some of it reaches front page and much go to only a few pages below it. Not only that, but nearly every COMMENT from an Atheist on said posts, and even on religious posts, is usually one of three things, either in support of Atheism, bashing religion, or doing neither, the majority of the responses and comments given are related to the both former

With all of this combined, I really don't think that saying the majority of Atheists on funnyjunk think in such a way is that far fetched

And regarding your second piece, did you only read HALF of my comment? I never once said that religious logic was justified because of Atheist logic, I said we're both idiots, and that we SHOULDN'T be.
User avatar #51 to #48 - soerd ONLINE (04/08/2013) [-]
My comment was in reference to your second one about the atheist channel. Also the main reason atheist posts get high thumbs is because they are about stupid people who happen to be religious and Funnyjunk likes nothing more than making fun of idiots and feeling superior. Finally I'd like to say that I actually agreed with your points on aromatherapy and acupuncture. And with your points about people being blind to their own stupidity while bashing someone else's. I only had a problem with your representation as the idiots of groups being representative of the entirety or even the majority.
User avatar #53 to #51 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (04/08/2013) [-]
I know, and so my response was in due to your response. Ah, but sir, you are mearly assuming that with little logic, while my explanation makes far more sense; it is a rule of thumb that the conclusion that takes the least assumptions to get to is the closest to the truth. Ah, I apologize for making it seem like the majority of the groups were idiots, that was not my intention in either case. I totally understand that the 'bad' side of groups gets far more attention than the good side, only fueling stereotypes and bitter rivalries. My main point was that the LOGIC of most people in the group is flawed, not the people themselves
User avatar #54 to #53 - soerd ONLINE (04/08/2013) [-]
Well both of our explanations are based purely on observation and assumption, and are therefore really no more than opinion.
User avatar #57 to #54 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (04/08/2013) [-]
True
User avatar #60 to #43 - ruebezahl (04/08/2013) [-]
Actually, there is neither a scientific basis nor research that backs up acupuncture. The "basis" of acupuncture is that there are mysterious energy streams running through our body. Very very scientific.

And the most extensive study of acupuncture that was conducted a couple of years ago showed that, yes, you get results out of acupuncture, but it does not matter where you actually place the needles. Let this sink in for a while. This contradicts the whole "Place the needles along energy streams" paradigm and it also showed that you don't have to spend a five digit sum on classes to learn acupuncture. Since that study, the main theories on why acupuncture "works" are that a) it desensitises you for pain or b) the doctor who performs acupuncture spends more time with the patient, which in itself has a healing effect or c) it's a pure placebo. I think b) and c) is quite likely, seeing how acupuncture works best for those problems where placebos are known to work well (such as migraines). So yes, acupuncture works about as well as a sugar pill.

For arometherapy, it's quite similar, actually.

And I have no idea which orifice you pulled that "Atheist logic" from. Perhaps you met one atheist who thinks like this, but that is not the way a normal atheist thinks. If what you say were correct, then no scientist would ever discover anything new. So your statement kinda obviously contradicts reality in a major way.

However, you might want to look up "Occam's razor".
User avatar #63 to #60 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (04/08/2013) [-]
Oh wait, I forgot you'd probably dismiss my second claim for Aromatherapy obviously working without looking up any research or facts into the matter. Don't worry, here's the research and proof right here, you don't even have to waste your precious time typing

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/10884.php

http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/QAA400428/Does-Aromatherapy-Work.html

greatist.com/happiness/does-aromatherapy-really-work

www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-help/about-cancer/treatment/complementary-alternative/therapies/aromatherapy#how

(Please note, dear sir, and anyone else reading this, that I am not saying things like acupuncture or aromatherapy are a "do all, cure all" medicine, far from it, but I AM saying that they do have effects, proven effects, that are more than just placebo)
User avatar #62 to #60 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (04/08/2013) [-]
health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/natural-medicine/alternative/acupunctur e.htm

www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2201260/Acupuncture-New-research-says- really-does-work-So-IS-truth-it.html

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http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704841304575137872667749264.html

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ldqy77Wu7pc

Oh, look at all these sources that you haven't even bothered to check, you must be very very scientific. Now if you actually go through those and read them till the end, or even just skip to halfway, you'll find 'western' interpretations and scientific basis for how they work (In laymens terms, they stimulate the muscle and nervous system. Very effective against migraines and muscle pain). And please tell me how placebos work well for migraines

Are you daft? ANY person will tell you that certain smells and scents produce different effects in the brain, and that relaxation via these smells and scents is plain to see for anyone, without the use of any 'tests' at all. Oh? You certainly seem to be thinking like this...

I do very well know what Occam's Razor is, and I even used that principle below if you bothered to read through the second conversation. YOU may want to actually look up proof before trying to sound smarter than you are
User avatar #69 - vitunhenkka (12/25/2013) [-]
actually i believe in telepathy because my xbox 360 has wi-fi connection so why couldn't my brains human brains are millions times more complex than xbox 360,that's why!
User avatar #68 to #67 - SlowpokeForever (05/13/2013) [-]
For anyone who wants it. :D
User avatar #66 - capnwetnipples (04/21/2013) [-]
i used ear candles once, they were alot better than Q-tips, i didnt even know it was a religious thing
User avatar #56 - mctoilet **User deleted account** (04/08/2013) [-]
Ear Candles?
#52 - Dynex (04/08/2013) [-]
Took me a good 5 mins to understand
Took me a good 5 mins to understand
User avatar #40 - bitchplzzz (04/08/2013) [-]
disinfo pls go
#30 - anon (04/08/2013) [-]
DID YOU KNOW...





YOU CAN SELL YOUR SMEGMA TO ORPHANS
#28 - xatrainx (04/08/2013) [-]
An out-of-body experience is totally a real thing. It just takes a ******** of drugs and the majority of a Friday night.
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