Religion. The OC hath been delivered.. p.s its my first post... Some people believe in god. Some people don't. Here is a qwop cosplayer. Look at the qwop cosplayer. let the butthurt begin
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#85 - archiferd (08/07/2012) [-]
Some people believe in god. Some people don't.   
   
Here is a qwop cosplayer. Look at the 			*************		 qwop cosplayer.
Some people believe in god. Some people don't.

Here is a qwop cosplayer. Look at the ************* qwop cosplayer.
User avatar #160 to #85 - tariv (08/07/2012) [-]
******* Asians. That's further than I've ever gotten.
User avatar #36 - alexwise (08/07/2012) [-]
too bad edison was a cuntbag...
#125 - Her (08/07/2012) [-]
User avatar #79 - FelipeRuiz (08/07/2012) [-]
"Naked ladies, Naked ladies, Naked ladies"
-- Snoop Doggy Dogg
#123 - azroth (08/07/2012) [-]
and now for the wondrous comment section
User avatar #17 - cheesymuffins (08/07/2012) [-]
These quotes are all over the place- some criticize any spirituality, others organized religion, others could even be seen as criticizing a lack of spirituality, while still others have nothing to do with religion or spirituality. I'm not sure what the point of this post was, outside of being just critical, which most of these quotes are.
#60 - tonttu (08/07/2012) [-]
I am not a religious person, but it just pisses me off that no one just cant let the religious people be alone. Sure you can say that, they bother you by trying to shove their religion into your face. But you have to understand that they are trying to do good. They dont want you to burn or be in limbo forever. For those people who say that religious people are stupid, you don't seem to be the wiser.
I am not a religious person, but it just pisses me off that no one just cant let the religious people be alone. Sure you can say that, they bother you by trying to shove their religion into your face. But you have to understand that they are trying to do good. They dont want you to burn or be in limbo forever. For those people who say that religious people are stupid, you don't seem to be the wiser.
#69 to #60 - Giachianeo (08/07/2012) [-]
Story time! Note before reading, or even if you don't read this at all, that I don't judge everyone who calls themselves religious. Just a few, certain groups.

I had the wonderful experience of growing up in a community absolutely filled with Mormons, and it's not a lot of fun once you're in about the sixth grade. It changes everything pretty drastically- There's suddenly loads of people who're willing to judge you for something you don't actually understand or care about. My mother, who raised me, was deeply religious at the time. (I talked with her through the years and she changed her mind.) So, I called myself a 'Baptist'. They made fun of me, threw rocks at my house, and wouldn't let me play in any of their reindeer games.

After all that traumatism, I started telling people I was Mormon, just as a lie. No one believed me, because I didn't go to the church. I told them it was a ten mile walk. They told me my soul should be worth a twenty mile walk. A bit after this, the internet (How I love it) taught me a **** off attitude, so they picked on me decidedly less. I still didn't get to have a normal childhood, because of religion. I still lost one of my best friends to suicide, because of religion.

You'll understand why some of us are dis-inclined to appreciate the religious spectrum.
#169 to #69 - tonttu (08/07/2012) [-]
I feel sorry for you. But if it makes you feel better. I haven't had it easy either. Try having a drunk mom, divorced family, big bro drunk too, personal thing that has to do with my mom that I tell only for my closest friends (nothing abusive if you tought about that) . And bullied in school all the way from kindergarden till this day.   
<----- Now something to block my horrible memories away.
I feel sorry for you. But if it makes you feel better. I haven't had it easy either. Try having a drunk mom, divorced family, big bro drunk too, personal thing that has to do with my mom that I tell only for my closest friends (nothing abusive if you tought about that) . And bullied in school all the way from kindergarden till this day.
<----- Now something to block my horrible memories away.
#9 - Rascal (08/07/2012) [-]
WITHOUT religion there would STILL be hate still be wars and still be racism, people will ALWAYS kill eachother, and will always be greedy- If it wasn't for religion we wouldn't target our hate we would all run around hating everything, just because you have no religion doesn't mean you were not FOUNDED on one
User avatar #14 to #9 - newfalcon (08/07/2012) [-]
your saying that its better to have scapegoats for each person to target their anger and frustration at them, then for them to learn maturity and self control?
#10 to #9 - Rascal (08/07/2012) [-]
yes, because you need a book to tell you how to be happy
#50 to #10 - Rascal (08/07/2012) [-]
Yeah I love reading Edgar Allen Poe! How did you know!? Those words really do make me happy! I gained my religion by studying it out for myself and gaining a witness of it myself. No, I am not pushing that upon anyone. I just want to say that religion is meant to be found true for yourself and not because another person told you. That's how the Muslims got screwed over during the crusades...that was not good at all, and during a time of apostasy, I might add. Anywho, I look forward to playing Assassin's Creed III.
User avatar #24 to #9 - blargtastic (08/07/2012) [-]
And just because we were founded on one does not mean we should blindly follow the same thought process as our forefathers had. We have developed enough to the point where we don't need religion to tell us right from wrong. We just need to take all the warning labels off and let natural selection go to work.
#78 - TheBagelMonster (08/07/2012) [-]
I believe in god and always will believe in god, no amount of posts will change my mind, so how about we focus more on funny, and less on junk.
I believe in god and always will believe in god, no amount of posts will change my mind, so how about we focus more on funny, and less on junk.
User avatar #91 to #78 - jordoguy (08/07/2012) [-]
Who said anything about changing your mind
User avatar #94 to #78 - thecjss (08/07/2012) [-]
why
User avatar #124 - SynysterBurns (08/07/2012) [-]
"I like cheese" -Gandhi
User avatar #144 to #124 - DerpScout (08/07/2012) [-]
"I hate ******* " -Gandhi
#29 - supamonkey (08/07/2012) [-]
Mark Twain, do you fear death?
#8 - Rascal (08/06/2012) [-]
How is this funny.
User avatar #38 to #4 - turboplague (08/07/2012) [-]
I don't think he can... That's why they post religion things. Free thumbs.
#11 - breadnsteak (08/07/2012) [-]
I find it funny because religion is there to help people be moral. There is no book, tradition or sacred writing that tell you how to do it, all religions tell us how to not go extinct, they are all right and it is just how you view it from the outside, the core value is all the same : Do NOT Steal. Do not take what is not yours, that can be anything from money to someone's life, from somebody's wife to the truth. In the end Atheism claims to find the truth in science, a lot of modern religions accept science for answers, the problem is they try to uphold philosophies from hundreds and thousands of years ago to show they are a "traditional" and "original" religion. as long as Atheists and other religious people aren't harming me then i will not harm them. In the end I really like the post and puts into perspective that Atheism is not a modern phenomena
#12 to #11 - MuahahaOfLore (08/07/2012) [-]
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im Jewish.

I remind people that the whole no pork thing and no shellfish thing stemmed from the diseases that they carried. At the time, those rules save tons of people.
Now I don't see how they apply.
User avatar #18 to #12 - cheesymuffins (08/07/2012) [-]
Concerning pork, there is another theory for its prohibition in ancient middle east: the diets of pigs and humans are very similar, so pigs would be direct competitors to humans for resources. In an environment where food resources are hard to come by, keeping pigs would have reduced your odds of survival significantly.
User avatar #46 to #12 - jasonthedragon (08/07/2012) [-]
nobody in the history of judaism ever claimed those rules to be for the health of the people until the enlightment. there was no reason behind them in the first place or at least no reconstructable for us today. and there are so many other rules that don't make ANY sense. and many other people there ate pork and didn't suffer from massive losses of lifes
User avatar #183 to #46 - MuahahaOfLore (08/08/2012) [-]
from wikipedia

Pork, usually if undercooked, is also known to carry some life-threatening diseases such as pork tapeworm and trichinosis. Scholars[citation needed] recently have suggested that some of the stigma placed on pork by Islam and Judaism might stem, in part, from ancient times when pork would be the carrier of disease.
The pig is the carrier of various helminths, such as roundworms, pinworms, hookworms, etc. One of the most dangerous and common is Taenia solium, a type of tapeworm. Tapeworms may transplant to the intestines of humans, as well, when they consume untreated or undercooked meat from pigs or other animals. If the infection is not treated, it can be fatal.
User avatar #185 to #183 - jasonthedragon (08/08/2012) [-]
i didn't deny that it maybe gave the people there spme kind of advantage but i wouldn't think that this was the reason in the first place. especially we have NO texts that say so from antiquity
#55 - wackywelder (08/07/2012) [-]
It's hard to believe I come to this site expecting something funny. Instead, I get someone's beliefs spelled out for me by men far greater than he could ever be.

TL;DR Where's the funny?
#57 - quadv (08/07/2012) [-]
I like how even if these quotes are atheist, they still spell he with a capital H for god. Kind of a kick to the face, even if it's courteous.
#62 to #57 - terracount (08/07/2012) [-]
I like how many of these quotes aren't even the words of atheists.
#67 to #62 - quadv (08/07/2012) [-]
They're mainly just anti-religious quotes.
#75 to #67 - terracount (08/07/2012) [-]
True, but words meant to criticize the actions of an establishment should not be used to promote atheism. Neither should they be used to belittle all religion in general terms. Many of the figures in this comp, Thomas Jefferson, Voltaire, C.S. Lewis, Albert Einstein, and Alexandre Dumas, were not at all atheist.

Additionally, why would anybody take a quote of Napoleon Bonaparte seriously? He is to Europe what Santa Anna is to Texas. Religion wasn't even his supposed area of expertise. Using his quotes as arguments against religion is equivalent to getting your political information from actors.
#182 to #75 - quadv (08/08/2012) [-]
People take messages differently, especially if they don't know the quoted person's background. It happens on both sides
#30 - Rascal (08/07/2012) [-]
Ah, C.S Lewis...author of the Chronicles of Narnia, Screwtape Letters, The Great Divorce, and plenty of other Christian-based books. that quote wasn't meant to call religious people bad, just to remind Christians that they are held to a higher standard.
#44 to #30 - Rascal (08/07/2012) [-]
He was actually an atheist for ages before he became Christian so the quote came from then maybe
#25 - Rascal (08/07/2012) [-]
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