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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - lamarss
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User avatar #7 to #1 - boeka
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Completely irrelevant gif. I like it.
#104 - combatplatypus
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The same could be said for 95% of all atheist channel posts.
The same could be said for 95% of all atheist channel posts.
#3 - finishhimlarry
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Boy, someone saying religious people are assholes, this can't backfire at all!
User avatar #9 to #3 - popadoo
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Hahaha... backFIRE.
User avatar #167 to #9 - FeeFieFoe
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Hahaha... THIS......





o.o
#18 - killzer **User deleted account**
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User avatar #19 to #18 - lupislord
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I've always considered atheism to be a religion in of itself

That exception one that's actually an absence like the number 0 and the color black
#46 - liebebella
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User avatar #188 - doodogger
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Actually according to my observations, it seems like athiests are doing that. I don't know many athiests who don't believe they are superior over religious people and personally attack them and call them dumb,

I am prepared for red thumbs bring it.
#194 to #188 - zukabazuka
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How often you see us walking down the street with flame torches and guns? When was the last time we burned down a building?
User avatar #197 to #194 - doodogger
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All I know is that in America, religious people tend to not burn down buildings and atheists look down upon them anyways.
#217 to #194 - anon id: 2bd467a9
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last thuesday


you should have been there **** was so cash
User avatar #219 to #217 - fawkwayne
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******* anon. Made me lol.
User avatar #199 to #194 - CoolStoryBrosky
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Religion, if not seen as truth, is seen as a societal tool. If I kill someone with a shovel does it compromise the integrity of the shovel as a tool?
User avatar #193 to #188 - syis
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Religious people are convinced to know the truth and that the rest of the world is wrong, and that people should be agreeing for their own good.
Atheists are sure of nothing and couldn't be ****** thinking too much about something impossible to prove.

Think about it : which ones would be more likely to piss their neighbors off?
User avatar #195 to #193 - doodogger
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It depends, is it a pompous atheist, or a Pompous religious person?
User avatar #198 to #195 - syis
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Whatever, pompous or not, the atheist defines himself as "not knowing/not caring about" the real meaning of life and what the afterlife is about.
Did you ever try to convince anyone with your lack of theory?
User avatar #201 to #198 - CoolStoryBrosky
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No, you're wrong. The atheist actively rejects the existence of God. He doesn't admit to not knowing, he asserts that he knows there exists no god.
User avatar #205 to #201 - doodogger
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Yeah, the agnostic is the one claims to not know.
User avatar #226 to #205 - blargtastic
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Well, if you want to get technical, I'm an agnostic atheist; meaning, that I reject the idea of god, but I do not know for sure whether he exists or not seeing as how it's impossible to prove or disprove his existence since he is a dogma in and of itself.
User avatar #202 to #201 - syis
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That would imply a real definition of the word "God".
User avatar #203 to #202 - CoolStoryBrosky
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a supernatural being, who is worshipped as the controller of some part or whole of the universe or some aspect of life in the world or is the personification of some force.
User avatar #204 to #203 - syis
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So mankind is a God?
User avatar #207 to #204 - CoolStoryBrosky
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Supernatural: of, pertaining to, or being above or beyond what is natural; unexplainable by natural law or phenomena; abnormal.
User avatar #208 to #207 - syis
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And would you define the human mind as natural?
User avatar #209 to #208 - CoolStoryBrosky
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It can be explained by natural law, so yes.
User avatar #211 to #209 - syis
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No it can't.
Natural laws may explain the functions of the brain, but it does not explain why two twins would feel different about a same thing, nor would it explain why the human mind is so much different from the one of any other living creature.
#215 to #211 - zukabazuka
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Since I have a twin brother I can say we do have different opinion about things. Why? We don't share the same brain, we don't experience the same thing when we do things. We are still 2 people and we think different. Yes we can like the same things but we will not be the same at the end.

As for human mind is so different is most likely because we where raised different than the others. It builds around how you look and act.
User avatar #212 to #211 - CoolStoryBrosky
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Well, actually, Psychologists have explained how the human mind is porgrammed through various systems of nature and nurture. Two twins could feel differently about the same thing because they are individuals with individual experiences.
User avatar #214 to #212 - syis
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Again, these are not natural things, since nothing else, in nature, would apply to this.
Human mind is an unprecedented thing in the history of Earth, this is for sure.

There is nothing natural in thinking how to finish a Tetris level or in wanting to win an argument over the Internet.

Now, I have to go to work.

Have a pleasant day, fellow supernatural being.
#216 to #214 - CoolStoryBrosky
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I'm slightly confused. You're rejecting belief in a deity, yet suggest that the human mind is supernatural. For the human mind to be supernatural that would mean that it wouldn't exist in nature -- which would mean something created it.
User avatar #284 to #216 - syis
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No, I was just reacting over the definition of "atheist" that you gave, a person that denies any form of God.
Then I asked you what was a "God", which is essential in order to understand the previous definition.
I then proceeded to prove that the human mind in itself could be seen as "God-like".

My point being that most of the so called atheists actually believe in something deep inside, at the moment they subconsciously see humans above the rest of the life forms.
As I said, I think that most atheists just don't care about something we will never prove and that don't have a direct effect on how to feed your family.
Atheists see themselves as "superior", yes, it is true.
But wouldn't anyone whose opinion is based on reasoning, proofs, and deductions feel superior than someone whose faith is based on fairy tales?

Anyway, anyone in his right mind, feels that he is right deep inside. The difference is that when atheists just joke about the meaning of life, religious people actually take it seriously. Maybe a bit too much.
User avatar #206 to #204 - doodogger
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You can choose to believe that.
User avatar #210 to #206 - syis
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Yup, I can choose to believe whatever I want, since no religious people rules over my life.
User avatar #289 to #188 - doodogger
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I want to let you guys know that I haven't been thumbing down people's comments. I'm not a dick.
#191 to #188 - CoolStoryBrosky
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You can add me to your list : )
Though I consider myself agnostic
#192 to #191 - doodogger
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How ironic on funnyjunk.
#196 to #192 - CoolStoryBrosky
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I believe in the power of the open mind. A vast majority of both Spiritual belief systems and Philosophical schools of thought support this. To sum it up, I believe the intellectual process in whole begins with an open mind. When I'm not on the internet I'm typically reading a book -- whether it be the Qur'an or Plato's republic, the Bible or An Essay Concerning Human Understanding. However, as an intellectual I highly prize the internet as a medium for the sharing of ideals. I mean, think of how much one mind can create -- now imagine the collective minds of billions of people. There really is no limits. This is just the start of something that will change course of human interaction until the end of time as we know it. It all starts with an open mind though, friend.
User avatar #200 to #196 - doodogger
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I have an open mind, I don't believe most athiests are bad, some of them just need to stop looking down on religious people.
#155 - kovymast
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Whatever you have to say, I will never take it seriously because of your username.
Whatever you have to say, I will never take it seriously because of your username.
User avatar #132 - ireallylikepotatoe
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Replace the word religious with Atheists and the words Doing with posting and you would be spot on.
User avatar #136 to #132 - noblexfenrir
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So because it can be offensive, it's not funny? I found this funny and so did others, what's wrong with it?

Ohhhhh it's about religion that's why, is there some imaginary 100ft pole I have to use with religion or something?
User avatar #137 to #136 - ireallylikepotatoe
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Chill out man. I was just making a joke out of a joke.
User avatar #138 to #137 - noblexfenrir
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Sigh apologies, just get sick of people saying that just because it's against religion it's always just hating and blah blah. You weren't doing that, I just jumped the gun. Again my apologies and accept this thumb as tribute for the corn harvest.
User avatar #140 to #138 - ireallylikepotatoe
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It's cool. We all get touchy when religion is mentioned for some reason.
#17 - wigglyjr
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I liked it better when it said bronies instead of religion.
I liked it better when it said bronies instead of religion.
#50 - waffleofdoom
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