A good person.. She calls her self a good person?. Agood Person _). .. Then who was hand? Niffas fe frippi


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#78 - breakfastlunch (10/10/2012) [-]
A good person never greets a friend repeatedly.
User avatar #84 to #78 - Zonk (10/10/2012) [-]
I understand what you're saying. But, I think there laughing.
User avatar #93 to #84 - breakfastlunch (10/10/2012) [-]
Yeah, they're giggling. I'd have spelled it "Hee-hee-hee" or, even better, simply have them laughing normally (Ha ha ha) or something.

"Hi" means "Hello," not "Look, I'm laughing." The creator of the comic must not have realized that.
User avatar #48 - iLime (10/10/2012) [-]
She not a good christian. Shes a plain bitch. Being a bitch is a sin. Science proves it.
#470 - rotucex (10/10/2012) [-]
I don't think that she ever said that she is a good person

because she didn't say that in the comic...and she is a drawn character. For some reason i thought that I should say that
#442 - gigglesthegreat (10/10/2012) [-]
Well done. Here are the test results: You are a horrible person. I'm serious, that's what it says: "A horrible person." We weren't even testing for that. Don't let that horrible-person thing discourage you. It's just a data point. If it makes you feel any better, science has now validated your birth mother's decision to abandon you on a doorstep.
#100 - anon (10/10/2012) [-]
anon here, warning...inbound opinion coming..

these kinds of people use religion as an excuse to do wrong things. now im not going to put down any religions because some people in here may have strong ties to their religion. Im just here to say that having a religion dosnt mean you're a good person. You can be christian and be evil or be an atheist and be evil as well. What im saying is, in the end everyone is an asshole. some lesser than others. please dont use religion as an excuse, its to keep people comfort not for a moral highground.

also since we are on the religion topic id just want to say, even if your a bad person dont worry, because once you die you wont go to hell. thats the whole thing that made me think twice about religion and then i thought the whole thing to be stupid. No one is going to be burning eternally, thats just humans perception of "justice" Hell is fake.
Now i cant say God exists or not, for me personally i think there highly might be a God or supernatural force. I say this because of paranormal **** that happened to me from time to time. Also how the **** did the Universe came to be out of nothing? I think its more reasonable that a God made it than it being created by itself. But thats for you to judge yourself.

Now about Heaven, i dont think i like that idea at all. I thought about this for a while now... personaly my "heaven": would be to be out of existence forever. I mean you cant feel pain, you cant think, none of your senses work, your OUT OF EXISTENCE. It dosnt matter whats going around you, because you wont know. Its like going to sleep and waking up in the morning. It seems like 2 seconds right? Same thing with being out of existence, it seems only like 2 seconds forever and ever. Heaven however is living imortal. After a few thousand years id get bored fast. So yeaa thats my thoughts on this.

Anon out.
#119 to #100 - UnoSkullmanx (10/10/2012) [-]
If you're a heavenly being, you won't experience time as if you were mortal. Time wouldn't really be a thing to you. As a demi-omnipotent being, you would exist in all times. Not that I believe in all this **** anyway, that's my though on that.
User avatar #123 to #100 - vleasian (10/10/2012) [-]
hello anon, I'm just here to say that i believe Heaven and Hell are a state of mind than it is a place.
User avatar #160 to #100 - inomonym (10/10/2012) [-]
I quite enjoy your point of view.
I have many different opinions on the matter--religion making people good I mean. Now, I am not really a religious person, but the town I grew up in is full of well, "bible thumpers" to be frank. They live for the book. Some, I found, took the words written the way they were supposed to be. For example my pastor uncle and his family. Each night they sit and read one single bible verse, and then discuss the meaning of it. Their six children range in ages from 9 to 19, and let me just say, the 9 year old is more spiritually balanced then I'll ever be.
Then again, I've encountered religious folk who give everyone else a bad name. They claim to be good and holy, yet I've heard them say very harsh things about others. One, for example, told me that all gay people should be shot. Her dream scenario for them was like another damn holocaust, and she was okay with that.
I think in terms of religious helping or hurting a person, it really depends on how it's taught to them and what they're basically told to think while growing up or learning about God's words and wishes.
#116 to #100 - Monopolus (10/10/2012) [-]
Have this amazing .gif anon, you deserve it.
Have this amazing .gif anon, you deserve it.
#125 to #100 - chawlsBITCH (10/10/2012) [-]
Thanks anon, for some reason this made me feel a lot better about death.
#142 to #100 - monsieurwaffles (10/10/2012) [-]
Make an account Anon and lets be friends
Make an account Anon and lets be friends
#128 to #100 - aerosol (10/10/2012) [-]
As a christian, I was taught that God is not to be viewed as a "judge" and that hell is not a place of punishment. It is a place (or perhaps a state of being) where one experiences the absence of God or life without God. I wish more people knew that or at least saw it that way.
User avatar #137 to #128 - Deeticky (10/10/2012) [-]
To be honest with you friend, I would rather live away from god than live with him if he's the way that the Bible says he is. i.e. Sodom and Gomorrah, The plagues of Moses, the flood, etc.

I just couldn't possibly live with someone who's killed all of those innocent people and be ok with it.
User avatar #143 to #137 - aerosol (10/10/2012) [-]
I don't believe in biblical inerrancy. That would be ridiculous.
User avatar #147 to #143 - Deeticky (10/10/2012) [-]
Neither do I, but then if you were a christian, how would you know which parts to believe, and which parts to not believe?
User avatar #153 to #147 - aerosol (10/10/2012) [-]
It's more of a matter of perception. We believe it all, but some of it is cryptic rather than literal. Take proverbs for example.
User avatar #155 to #153 - Deeticky (10/10/2012) [-]
That's the thing. Many Christians think as you do, and many don't... They have no way of knowing for sure...
User avatar #159 to #155 - aerosol (10/10/2012) [-]
No way of know what for sure?
User avatar #162 to #159 - Deeticky (10/10/2012) [-]
Which messages to take from the Bible.
User avatar #175 to #162 - aerosol (10/10/2012) [-]
We believe it all. We just don't take it all literally. There is a passage that says that you should forgive your enemy "for hot coals shall you heap upon his head". That wouldn't make a lot of sense if you take it literally, but it means something else. It means, forgive your enemy because it's the right thing to do and, if it's any consolation, it will make them ashamed of themselves.
User avatar #187 to #175 - Deeticky (10/10/2012) [-]
What about the story of the Israelites being commanded by god to kill all of the innocents in Jericho save one prostitute?

I just don't see any good message we could take from that.
#209 to #187 - aerosol (10/10/2012) [-]
I don't what to think about that. But I will say, if you were to sift through the Bible looking for instances in which God commands people to break his rules, you could probably find a lot. Though, violence can be used for good. I'm not saying that this is or isn't the case here, but I think it can be used that way as last resort.
I don't what to think about that. But I will say, if you were to sift through the Bible looking for instances in which God commands people to break his rules, you could probably find a lot. Though, violence can be used for good. I'm not saying that this is or isn't the case here, but I think it can be used that way as last resort.
User avatar #211 to #209 - Deeticky (10/10/2012) [-]
You are kind, courteous, educated, and willing to admit it when you aren't sure about something.

I love how you and I, a Christian and an Atheist respectively, were able to have a conversation about religion rather than an argument.

You are one of the best Christians I have ever met.

Just letting you know.
#219 to #211 - aerosol (10/10/2012) [-]
I like calmly conversing with people who are very different than me and teaching because it helps me understand more about who I am. Even as a little kid, world peace was one of the things that I said I'd promise to wish for if I had the chance. I just think that if people could learn to exchange thoughts peacefully they might learn something important. Maybe that's why I like talking to people on the internet so much.
I like calmly conversing with people who are very different than me and teaching because it helps me understand more about who I am. Even as a little kid, world peace was one of the things that I said I'd promise to wish for if I had the chance. I just think that if people could learn to exchange thoughts peacefully they might learn something important. Maybe that's why I like talking to people on the internet so much.
User avatar #224 to #219 - Deeticky (10/10/2012) [-]
Hahaha. If only the internet were willing to be calm..

I had somebody else call me a "ho" and tell me to kill myself just a few minutes ago haha...
#226 to #224 - aerosol (10/10/2012) [-]
I'm all for a place where people can make a point without getting killed for it (at least not directly...). Though maybe that can't be said for every place on the internet.
#369 to #187 - anon (10/10/2012) [-]
I think I can explain why you're confused. According to the bible, there are no innocent people. That's why Jesus needed to die for our sins. So when you say, why do good people die, that's actually assuming a false premise. Everyone has done something wrong, and logically we all deserve punishment, but the point is that Jesus paid for it and took it upon himself.

To give an analogy, it's like we're all drowning in the ocean and we're being offered a life boat, and we can accept or not accept. But it's a choice. Obviously that's oversimplified but it's basically what I believe.
User avatar #561 to #369 - Deeticky (10/10/2012) [-]
What about babies and children who don't know any better? They don't deserve to die..

You have a right to your beliefs, and you stated them quite politely which I appreciate, but I find the idea of a person having to suffer for their ancestors' sins very unfair and unjust.
User avatar #141 to #128 - thetowelboy (10/10/2012) [-]
You are correct sir! I'm glad there are people on the internet that understand.
User avatar #151 to #141 - aerosol (10/10/2012) [-]
I went to catholic school and learned a lot about my faith that made it seem so much less retarded. We also studied Sikhism, Islam, Buddhism, Shintoism, Taoism, and other religions. I wish more could learn the way I did. It really helps in situations like this.
User avatar #179 to #151 - thetowelboy (10/10/2012) [-]
Sadly my school didn't have theology classes. I had to undergo personal study on other religions (I chose Christianity from being faithless) and of course that education is not as high quality.
User avatar #158 to #151 - Deeticky (10/10/2012) [-]
I think it's nice that your Catholic school let you study all the other religions. I know of many Catholic schools which would not allow that. They want you to be blind sheep..
User avatar #182 to #158 - aerosol (10/10/2012) [-]
I know. It's terrible. I think some could really benefit from some reliable education on the the topic of religion (and not just their own).
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#476 - cabbagemayhem (10/10/2012) [-]
What...we can't make fun of fags anymore?
What...we can't make fun of fags anymore?
#61 - anon (10/10/2012) [-]
good thing shes just a drawing
User avatar #110 to #61 - domethius (10/10/2012) [-]
The idea that this art is based on is.
#31 - anon (10/09/2012) [-]
I always find it interesting when I see things like this and then I ask myself, "How many people have I, personally, seen that act this way?" The answer is usually very little, so I truly don't have much reason to hate Christians or religion for that matter. However, what I have seen in the media and, indeed, Funnyjunk seem to suggest otherwise. In case you were wondering, yes, I do have a tendency to base my opinions on personal experience and not what I'm told to believe.

Sure you might blame wars on religion and God, but I don't really think it's anything so complicated. In reality, the cause of those wars was none other than ourselves, as human beings.

P.S. - I would like to know how my feelings stand up to scrutiny, so by all means...
#49 to #31 - daggry (10/10/2012) [-]
not going to give you the cliche response since the second part of your comment was kind of typical. Religion usually isnt the reason for wars, but since wars a lot of times involve peoples of different religions it can become something to rally behind. And a lot of people act this way i think, just not as obvious. How many times have you seen people pass a homeless man by, when they can probably spare at least a dollar. Or talk **** behind someone's back. Not to say i'm not above all this, but I think if you really evaluated people or yourself, we are way worse than we'd like to believe.
#51 to #49 - anon (10/10/2012) [-]
That's a reasonable point if I ever heard one. It's not really worth it to demonize people to that extent. If I see someone swat a mosquito, I don't reprimand them for doing so, as it was such a small action that it is not even considered. Perhaps it should be and perhaps it shouldn't, but I digress. I'd say giving some change to the homeless once a day is good enough, no? I don't stop and give each one I see my turnpike money. Give if you can, but don't let it inconvenience you to such a great extent.
User avatar #73 to #31 - satanisthesavior (10/10/2012) [-]
Interesting. I've personally seen many christians act this way. I don't hold it against them so much, because honestly most people act like that regardless of their religion, but I do hold it against them more because they are at least claiming to still be good people, while most of the other assholes will just come right out and admit they are assholes.

The problem isn't so much that they are bad people, the problem is that they are bad people while claiming to be good people.
#39 to #31 - longpubes (10/10/2012) [-]
i completely understand what you're talking about and i respect and appreciate your opinion. i shall thumb you up for presenting it in a appropriate way without the need of cursing
User avatar #482 - sodaberg (10/10/2012) [-]
All this comic is saying is that prayer alone does not make you righteous. Everyone here is throwing a bloody hissy fit over how much they don't care about the comic.
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User avatar #405 - amuserwholikesmuse (10/10/2012) [-]
guys this isnt an attack to religion,it's an attack to people who think praying makes them a good person alone
User avatar #412 to #405 - thegreatgp (10/10/2012) [-]
You win the prize "only smart person in the comments"

You can choose between a hot bitch or Mac Nuggets
User avatar #437 to #412 - hokeymon (10/10/2012) [-]
I choose the nuggets
#472 to #437 - Naimzorz (10/10/2012) [-]
That's a great choice, if I do say so myself
#493 to #472 - hokeymon (10/10/2012) [-]
Obviously cause a bitch can't feed me.
Obviously cause a bitch can't feed me.
#180 - rosietheamazon (10/10/2012) [-]
everyone's a 			*******		 dick.   
end of discussion.
everyone's a ******* dick.
end of discussion.
User avatar #454 - torkildsen (10/10/2012) [-]
This isn't something that religious people need to go all crazy about, this is rpoving a point. Many religious people think they are good people, because they go to church, yet they act like assholes far greater than any non-believer. This isn't aimed at everyone so stop acting like it is
User avatar #4 - jjgf (10/09/2012) [-]
i´m atheist but this is quite demagogic, just saying
#238 - chism (10/10/2012) [-]
#230 - shiifter (10/10/2012) [-]
Guys! i've developed a mathematical equation to determine how much of a faggot op is.
You take the number of opinionated, cancerous, or otherwise ********** posts, multiply it by the number of reposts, then subtract the number of funny posts. or,

Faggot rating = (CxR)-F

This op's faggot rating is (1x9)-2

This op is the equivalent of 7 homosexuals.

In light of this new discovery, i would like to officially declare OP to be a faggot. Any opposed?
User avatar #232 to #230 - thesovietdude (10/10/2012) [-]
who is that a pic of?
User avatar #233 to #232 - shiifter (10/10/2012) [-]
User avatar #235 to #233 - thesovietdude (10/10/2012) [-]
ok thank you
#75 - flipoutt (10/10/2012) [-]
You think she's a bitch..
TLDR warning
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#103 to #75 - anon (10/10/2012) [-]
That... That was depressing.
I wouldn't commit suicide though. That would just show weakness. He should have just told that bitch what kind of person she really was, then moved to a different town.
#113 to #75 - thereasonableperso (10/10/2012) [-]
I think i would of just stabbed or shot her instead of commiting suicide
#138 to #75 - chawlsBITCH (10/10/2012) [-]
Damn, that hit me hard.
#173 to #75 - CapnInterwebz (10/10/2012) [-]
well **** , that ruined my night

**** you clare
#186 to #75 - swagbot (10/10/2012) [-]
what the **** .
what the actual **** .
This is why loneliness is better.
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User avatar #98 to #75 - shitblossom (10/10/2012) [-]
He actually did kill himself. There was a news story about it. I think his name was "Brandon Mils" strangled himself with a plastic bag, duct tape and helium....sad as **** .
User avatar #101 to #98 - shitblossom (10/10/2012) [-]
Mills. My bad.
User avatar #152 to #75 - guidedhandsbitch (10/10/2012) [-]
You should post this.
hope it gets front page.
stir up some discussion.
User avatar #92 to #75 - spacefield (10/10/2012) [-]
User avatar #104 to #75 - shitblossom (10/10/2012) [-]
I know her facebook if you guys want it
User avatar #109 to #106 - shitblossom (10/10/2012) [-]
http://www.facebook. com/clare.cox.520 Remove the spaces. There is a official page for the story on facebook and they said this was her.
User avatar #108 to #106 - shitblossom (10/10/2012) [-]
Lol ok
#111 to #104 - thereasonableperso (10/10/2012) [-]
Well give it here! WE SHALL AVENGE HIS DEATH!!!
User avatar #115 to #111 - shitblossom (10/10/2012) [-]
Note that i am not sure if that is the real her. There is a page on facebook dedicated to this story and they said this was her.
User avatar #112 to #111 - shitblossom (10/10/2012) [-]
Already posted it.
#114 to #112 - thereasonableperso (10/10/2012) [-]
I see it, thankyou.
User avatar #129 to #75 - thisotherdude (10/10/2012) [-]
I too would have snapped if I was that guy, but rather then suicidal I would become homicidal. That bitch does not deserve to live, I've said I hate humanity many times before and people don't understand why. This is the perfect example, it's the reason why when I hear about some sad story of several people dying in a fire or something along those lines I feel nothing.
User avatar #85 to #75 - shogg (10/10/2012) [-]
That... that made me feel sad.
I wanted to stop him. I wished I could be his friend.
User avatar #96 to #75 - Salasar (10/10/2012) [-]
Dude...if that story is indeed real, then allow me to accept the fact that I'm actually saddened by it.
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