Stoner Faith. This is why stoners dont go to the middle east Getting stoned to death means a whole different thing over there. lol wut
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#2 - holler
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#3 to #2 - holler
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#4 to #3 - holler
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#9 to #4 - invalidstatementwo **User deleted account**
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that's a real person being stoned. you photoshopped their faces on top of them.

i like this.
#13 to #9 - EdwardNigma
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I thought it was real...
#16 to #13 - hitlersoneballsack
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by getting stones thrown at them
#35 to #4 - CactusFantastico
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waht a tweest
#6 - miscarriage
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What is this?

It's on every ******* frame

I feel like it's the channel logo or whatever... If it is, why is it all weird? like, someone tried to erase it.. but did horribly
#7 to #6 - woofman
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Its the FOX logo just trying to do a transition, or the OP tried to get rid of the FOX lettering.   
GIF not related
Its the FOX logo just trying to do a transition, or the OP tried to get rid of the FOX lettering.
GIF not related
#10 to #7 - klokwork
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You'r Gif is the definition of my first time in a club.
#254 to #7 - jeej
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I'm just gonna respond to you so that I can come back and steal that gif when I'm on my own computer.   
"Why don't you just fav it?" you might think.   
Well, forget about it. We're socializing.
I'm just gonna respond to you so that I can come back and steal that gif when I'm on my own computer.
"Why don't you just fav it?" you might think.
Well, forget about it. We're socializing.
#255 to #254 - woofman
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Remember to come back... Come on your nearly here!
Remember to come back... Come on your nearly here!
#256 to #255 - jeej
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I came back for it!
I came back for it!
#257 to #256 - woofman
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#8 to #7 - miscarriage
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Ah.. Thanks
#65 to #8 - woofman
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YOUR WELCOME!
YOUR WELCOME!
#74 to #65 - andnowducks
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>Your welcome   
>Your   
>His welcome
>Your welcome
>Your
>His welcome
#34 - DrollHumor
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I wish I went to bible school just so I could ask the teacher, if it's a woman, to read the verse about how a woman is never suppose to teach. Just for her reaction, what would she do?
I wish I went to bible school just so I could ask the teacher, if it's a woman, to read the verse about how a woman is never suppose to teach. Just for her reaction, what would she do?
#36 to #34 - konradkurze [OP]
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< the teacher
< the teacher
#41 to #36 - ichbinzweijahrealt
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seem a good moment for a mushroom cloud five
seem a good moment for a mushroom cloud five
#88 to #34 - rampantchicken
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On a serious note, she would most likely tell you to watch your mouth and get slightly angry, if I know Christians as well as I think I do, maybe not
#46 to #34 - geomancer
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Probably tell you that Jesus died for your sins, so it's okay, just like they say for every rule they break in The Bible. Funny how it never applies to one certain verse in Leviticus/
#51 to #46 - teoberry
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The old testament laws don't apply, but homosexuality is still outlawed in the NT
#48 to #46 - thebritishguy
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#37 to #34 - teoberry
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Just like any sentence in any piece of writing in all of history, context is everything. That piece you're quoting about women is in a letter that Paul had written to Timothy. Paul’s letters are already difficult to interpret because they are like listening to one side of a telephone conversation, but faulty translations only further complicate our understanding of his words. Since we don't have Tim's side of things, for all we know, women were 'teaching' the Bible, when they were actually teaching falsehoods, and when men tried to object, the women used their sexuality to distract the guys
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#49 to #34 - thebritishguy
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that would be pretty epic
#50 to #49 - teoberry
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Look at #37
#52 to #50 - thebritishguy
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yeah I know most church's say that this law only applies when they are at church but it would still be funny
#53 to #52 - teoberry
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It's not even a law. Never was.
#54 to #53 - thebritishguy
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well, the church that I used to go to didn't let women speak at the front of the church because of this verse. Why do you guys care what Paul says anyway?
#55 to #54 - teoberry
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I highly doubt that, and we care about what Paul says because of 2 Timothy 3:16, 17
I highly doubt that, and we care about what Paul says because of 2 Timothy 3:16, 17
#56 to #55 - thebritishguy
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sounds legit
#57 to #56 - teoberry
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It is. We care about what Paul has to say because it's important. I wasn't using circular logic.
#212 to #57 - thebritishguy
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isn't religion dogmatic then? doesn't it say that you must have these opinions and views or you'll piss off God? when the alternative to forming views or opinions is critical thought, reasoning and evidence to come to conclusions which can be changed or adapted to fit reality and to try to find what is best for society, isn't that a better way to form opinions?
#213 to #212 - teoberry
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Yeah, religion is a commitment. You commit to these views and hold them. If you don't like them, you don't commit.
#218 to #213 - thebritishguy
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I wasn't talking about commitment, I mean dogma, sacrificing your critical faculties and reason and accepting what you are told on face value, it's absurd and ignorant to just swallow whatever authority is telling you and believing it and fighting for it simply because "God says so" it's childish.
#219 to #218 - teoberry
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I've analyzed everything I've been told, and I've gone along with it.
#223 to #219 - thebritishguy
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what are your views on gay marriage?
#224 to #223 - teoberry
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If it's a civil union, not marriage, but w/ the same benefits, I'm fine with it. It does not go against the church, as it doesn't interfere with marriage.
#225 to #224 - thebritishguy
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but why not marriage?
#226 to #225 - teoberry
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My bad, I meant to say matrimony. That is a religious celebration. They also can't expect to let churches marry them.
#227 to #226 - thebritishguy
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but why can't homosexuals be treated the same as straight people?
#228 to #227 - teoberry
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It's the same, but different. Same benefits, different name
#229 to #228 - thebritishguy
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but it's the principle, many religions don't accept homosexuality and they are making a big deal of it by not letting gay people get married, by saying that they can't have a marriage and have to have a different thing, it's the fact that the church's don't want gay people to have a marriage like them that sucks balls. Why do you not think that gay people should be married in the first place?
#230 to #229 - teoberry
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I don't want them to be married in the Church. I can't control what the state does, but I will never approve of letting gays getting married in the church
#171 to #57 - thebritishguy
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lol If you don't disregard it then you would believe that Muhammad flew to heaven on a flying horse, that was what the testimonies said, do you believe that?
#174 to #171 - teoberry
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There's a difference. That's a supernatural event, I'm saying I care about Paul's it's important, and the original head of the Church explicitly said that.
#199 to #174 - thebritishguy
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Jesus raising from the dead and flying into space is totally not supernatural right? that **** happens all the time
#200 to #199 - teoberry
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It is supernatural. But, YOU'RE DRIFTING AWAY FROM THE POINT. We were talking about Paul, now you're doing all this ****. I'm not going to debate if you're gonna throw red herrings.
#201 to #200 - thebritishguy
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it is about Paul you said he met Jesus, but why are his claims valid? just because someone claims to have met Jesus doesn't mean everything they say is instantly brilliant.
#202 to #201 - teoberry
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I never said Paul met Jesus. Paul used to be Saul before his conversion, his conversion was after Jesus' death
#203 to #202 - thebritishguy
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well then why do you follow what he says? he was just a guy wasn't he?
#204 to #203 - teoberry
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I follow what he says because he is an important church leader. Same reason why you follow your parents, same reason why we follow the law and the government. He was an authority, his teachings should be followed (if you agree with them, which I do)
#207 to #204 - thebritishguy
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so if I was an atheist and I thought, actually I think gay marriage is super sexy cool, then would I be good with God?
#208 to #207 - teoberry
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uhhhhh what?
#210 to #208 - thebritishguy
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oh balls, I meant if I was a Christian and I thought gay marriage was good and campaigned for it, would God be pissed off?
#211 to #210 - teoberry
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I'm not God, so I can't answer that. My guess is yes
#209 to #208 - teoberry
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Can you please reword it and make it slightly coherent?
#61 to #57 - Sethorein ONLINE
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So how do you determine what's alright and what isn't?

Women are not allowed to teach.

gays are bad.

What is the difference between the 1st thing and the second thing?
#62 to #61 - teoberry
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The first one isn't a law, we don't really know what it is.
This is a law in both Testaments.
#63 to #62 - Sethorein ONLINE
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What makes something a law?
#66 to #63 - teoberry
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This is from a Catholic POV, but it is outlawed in the NT and in the CCC, so yeah, it's a law.
#67 to #66 - Sethorein ONLINE
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CCC?
#68 to #67 - teoberry
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catechism of the catholic church
#69 to #68 - Sethorein ONLINE
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No clue what that is...

...still sucks.

Must be awkward for God to explain his logic to every gay person who meets him.
#240 to #69 - teoberry
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I'm sure he manages
#72 to #57 - thebritishguy
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"I care about what Paul says because Paul says that I should care about what he says and I think this verse telling me that it matters what Paul says which was written by Paul and I care about what Paul says because Paul says that I should care about what he says and I think the ver etc..."
sounds like circular reasoning to me
#75 to #72 - teoberry
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I care about what Paul says because Peter says it is useful, and Peter was the 1st Pope and an Authority in the Church

2 Peter 3:15-16
#77 to #75 - thebritishguy
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Why give a **** what Peter says? It's very weird to me that someone would base their outlook and morals around what old ancient men thought
#79 to #77 - teoberry
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Address the point, don't give me this bullcrap.
#80 to #79 - thebritishguy
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you're just using circular logic again. Just because someone is popular doesn't make their claims any more valid.
#81 to #80 - teoberry
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......
He is an authority in the Church, he was a firsthand witness to Christ, all of these make his points valid.
#102 to #81 - thebritishguy
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would a first-hand witness to Muhammads fly away on a horse like creature who was a high authority in the mosque be any more valid? What reason do you have to believe that he knew the biblical version of Christ?
#110 to #102 - teoberry
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They are a valid authority in the Muslim faith, and Muslims should trust what they say. I know Peter knew Jesus based on historical and scriptural accounts.
#115 to #110 - thebritishguy
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Why should Muslims trust what they say but not you? to a skeptic it doesn't make sense because it shouldn't make any difference as to what group you are in as to how valid a claim is.
I believe in evolution but I don't say things like "Darwin was a really smart guy who was popular so he has valid claims, he said that black people were less evolved than white people so I'm going to believe this is true"
That wouldn't make any sense would it?
#124 to #115 - teoberry
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You're drifting from the point. Muslims trust Muslim authorities. Catholics trust Catholic authorities. This is why I know Paul's writings are important.
#157 to #124 - thebritishguy
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by what rational reason do you completely disregard the witnesses of Muhammad while completely trusting the witnesses of Jesus?
They are just old men who had supernatural experiences like the people who say they saw Elvis, were time travellers or were raped by aliens.
The fact that you are in a specific group in no way makes the eye witness testimony any less or more valid.
Yet you say that one testimony is invalid while the other is valid, based on what?
#170 to #157 - teoberry
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Did I ever disregard the testimony of Muslims?
#231 to #55 - thebritishguy
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why don't you like gays getting married in the church?
#232 to #231 - teoberry
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Because Holy Matrimony is a church sacrament, and if they try to make churches marry gays, it goes against freedom of religion
#234 to #232 - thebritishguy
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but why don't the church's change to marry gays? why aren't they marrying gays in the first place?
#235 to #234 - teoberry
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because it's in our doctrine to not allow that, so we're not going to allow that
#237 to #235 - thebritishguy
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but why don't you have a reasonable, well thought out explanation for treating people differently, all you have is "it's in our doctrine" like a robot "it's in my programming". Why don't you think for yourself instead of blindly accepting what is in the doctrine?
#238 to #237 - teoberry
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I did think for myself, you're jumping to conclusions. I don't want gays ruining the sanctity of church marriage.
#239 to #238 - teoberry
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and I know you're going to bring up divorce, it is not condoned, most churches don't have access to legal records, so they can't figure out if someone has been divorced or not
#241 to #238 - thebritishguy
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I wouldn't think that my marriage has sanctity if I know that there are some people out there who won't be able to have what I do because of religious doctrine and homophobia. Why the hell do you think that your marriage will have any less sanctity or be any less special because people aren't getting discriminated against? will you really be disappointed on your wedding day and think "oh, if only a gay person was being discriminated against, if only a group of people will be denied marriage because of doctrine, that would have made my wedding day truly special"
#243 to #241 - teoberry
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I mean religious marriage buddy. If it's a civil union, I have no problem. However, I do not want gays getting married in the Church. It's against the rules.
#244 to #243 - thebritishguy
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then the rules should change, Jesus said (I'm paraphrasing) "treat other's like you want to be treated, unless you want to be treated with a blowjob, God doesn't like gay people" so if you don't want your church marriage to be stopped, why do you want other peoples marriages to not be in church's? your disobeying Jesus and he'll get pissed off I bet, "damn it teoberry! gay people are cute, expecially lesbians" he will shout through his beautiful beard and crocs (come on, I bet Jesus wears crocs, that explains why he' a virgin) and then he will carry on doing whatever Jesus has been doing all this time....probably masturbating, does Jesus masturbate? these are the questions we need to know teoberry, he was made in my image and I'm a virgin with crocs who masturbates so it makes sense.
#245 to #244 - teoberry
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#44 - roliga
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#133 to #44 - sniperfumbles
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Of course he's a ******* neck beard.
#180 to #133 - levchenko
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Like all Die hard Anti-Religion People
#25 - dabombfruittwist
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#26 to #25 - konradkurze [OP]
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yeah but i just have MS paint that doesnt do black/white text
#47 - exalbaru
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I hate having to pretend I don't despise the fake faced hypocrytical blindness of 90% of Christians. I had a chick show up and get positive results for an STD and say it was God's message that she shouldn't have been with him. No! It was if anything a virus's message that you shouldn't be a hoe.
#76 - ragged
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Haley is easily the worst character on that show.
Haley is easily the worst character on that show.
#97 to #76 - darthblam
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Of course, she's the Meg of American Dad... but worse really because she won't shut up about her "rebellious" hipster ideals.
#125 to #97 - ragged
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She's more like Brian than Meg.
#179 to #125 - konradkurze [OP]
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kinda half/half
shes the most hated one like meg, but carries some intellectual rebel ideals like brian

pretty much seth mcfarlane just took family guy and halfbred the characters to make a new series
- hence why stan smith looks like quaqmire with joes body
#205 to #179 - ragged
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I compared her to Brian because they're both ways for Seth to spew Liberal BS.
#206 to #205 - konradkurze [OP]
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yeah pretty much
thats kinda his thing...through family guy, american dad, and robot chicken

very angry self-hating jew that one
#117 to #97 - DiabloStrawhat
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I'm almost entirely convinced that she's a parody of Lisa from the Simpsons: a female character that exists for the sole purpose of being hated
#149 to #117 - OoJesusoO
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But at least Lisa is funny at times and Haley is just...there. my favorite characters from least t greatest are Jeff/haley(I hate them both equally), Stan, Steve, Claus, Francine, Roger easily.
#192 to #76 - matttboyagain
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But she gives the show conflict and the rest of the characters someone to hate so she's cool to stay. She's the anti-Stan.
#89 to #76 - clownsplosion
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I couldn't agree more with you.
#168 to #89 - anon
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steve is an annoying cunt with a squeaky voice
#198 to #168 - clownsplosion
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Also true.
Also true.
#71 - ofmiceandmen
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Damn Hailey, walk into a bible study and say that?
#20 - infurnus
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That Comic Sans
That Comic Sans
#118 - roleplayingplant
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#137 to #118 - ninjamyles **User deleted account**
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i would actually like to point out a flaw in this picture, atheism is NOT the belief that there is no god, it is just the lack of a belief.

the belief there is no god is a belief and therefore can be based on no evidence because it is a belief
#138 to #137 - tugaii
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Wouldn't not having a belief be agnostic and atheist is not believing there is a god,
#148 to #138 - ninjamyles **User deleted account**
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Agnosticism is the view that the existence or non-existence of any deity is unknown and possibly unknowable

atheism is simply the absence of belief that any deities exist.

#151 to #138 - taintedangel
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Agnostic means "I'm not sure, and I can never be sure".

So pretty much, yeah.
#141 to #137 - HarvietheDinkle
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the picture doesn't have that flaw, though.

"I don't believe in God" is the same thing as a lack of a belief. He's not stating that God doesn't exist; he's stating that he doesn't have that belief.

If he were to have siad "I believe that there is no god" then the situation would be different.
#150 to #141 - ninjamyles **User deleted account**
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by using the word "believe" it automatically makes it about belief, and there exculeds the fact it being atheism
#153 to #150 - HarvietheDinkle
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you also said that atheism was a "lack of belief," using that very word.

The athiest here just reworded that phrase.

"I don't believe in God" isn't actively stating that God doesn't exist. It's just stating that he has a lack of belief.
#155 to #153 - ninjamyles **User deleted account**
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hummmm.... fair enough. i admit defeat.
#160 to #155 - HarvietheDinkle
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that doesn't mean I don't still love you






that doesn't mean I don't still love you