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Binro the Heretic

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Bill Maher New Rules: When Did Christian Values Change From Love Thy Neighbor
11/10/13, 16:20

It's been my experience that the vast majority of donations to churches never fund the feeding of the hungry or care of the sick or what have you.

Most of the money donated to churches goes towards "Gods work" which can be anything from resurfacing the church parking lot to sending the Sunday school kids to a creationist museum to buying crates of little bibles to give out and "spread the good word."

Also to cover "administrative costs" which can mean keeping the lights turned on or big fat paychecks to the administrators.
Bill Maher New Rules: When Did Christian Values Change From Love Thy Neighbor
11/10/13, 16:14

There used to be a time when Christians realized the world was an unjust place. The phrase, "There, but for the grace of God, go I," is an acknowledgment of that fact. A major point of the story of Job is that we should all realize terrible things happen to good people who don't deserve them.

Nowadays, every misfortune is seen as a punishment for some transgression or other. People who consider themselves "Christians" will happily let people go hungry, shiver in the cold or die of disease because they feel God is somehow making things "right".

What's funny, in a horrible heartbreaking sort of way, are the hypocritical assholes who scoff at evolution but insist large numbers of people dying as a result of poverty is just natural selection at work.
Raccoon really likes grapes
11/09/13, 23:11

It's probably sitting at a kid-sized table...or maybe not.

They tend to use easier-to-handle juvenile raccoons in movies and on TV, so most people don't realize how big those fuckers can get.
Asmongold's Lair
11/09/13, 01:06

Mental illness is a terrible thing.
Eric Hovind vs a 6th Grade kid
11/08/13, 17:20

I love how he used the tried-and-true holy roller debate technique of fast-talking and confusion to get his opponent to give up.

I also love that it totally failed with this kid.
Your lowered cars are bad, and you should feel bad
11/05/13, 18:10

Not until they equip Big Dog with a saddle.
Laughing like a maniac is real medical condition
11/04/13, 18:37

Our brains are wrinkly lumps of fat laced with circuitry susceptible to disruption from physical damage or wild chemical imbalances caused by own bodies.

We are all one injury or ailment away from losing control of our bodies or our grip on reality.

Pleasant dreams.
Piano projections help you play a tune
11/04/13, 18:31

I'll bet you were one of the people whining about how people playing "Guitar Hero" should be learning real guitar instead.
'Perfect Day' Playstation 4 Ad
11/04/13, 06:46

The games just aren't there. You can have all the fancy-schmancy hardware, gritty textures and high-resolution light blooms you can wring out of the graphics processors you want, but if the games aren't fun, people aren't going to want to spend sixty or seventy bucks a pop on them.

And removing backwards compatibility or eliminating the used game market isn't going to help, either. In fact, it will actually hurt sales of the consoles.

Tech companies just don't get this. They're run by people with a hard-on for hardware and greedy assholes who misunderstand why people are willing to pay for games.
Uhuru-Legend of the Windriders
11/03/13, 23:07

For a second there, I thought the film company was named "Ennui"
Daredevil: Playground fight scene
11/03/13, 11:35

Fuck all of you, I loved the Hell out of this movie.

No, I never read any Daredevil comics. I was strictly a Hulk, Spiderman, Batman fan with a bit of X-Men here and there.
The Stanley Parable 'Raphael Trailer'
11/03/13, 09:22

I love this game so much.

Who knew frustrating a pre-recorded narrator to the point of tears could be so fun?
King penguins fighting
11/02/13, 19:05

The penguin on the right was upset because the penguin in the middle came to the party in the same outfit.
Taylor Baby - A birth announcement inspired by Toyota's Swagger Wagon
11/02/13, 16:51

The preview image was more than enough for me.
Vince Gilligan reveals his next project
10/31/13, 22:21

I'd buy one.
Tom Paris and Janeway transform into amphibians
10/31/13, 22:13

I don't remember watching this episode.

It must have come on after that episode with the aliens who aged backwards into children. That's when I stopped watching the series.

Poor Kate Mulgrew. I felt so bad for her being on that show. She really didn't deserve it. I'm glad her career recovered and she managed to get onto a classy show like "NTSF:SD:SUV".

Mulgrew is an excellent actor and didn't deserve to be stuck on "Voyager". Neither did Robert Picardo.

Jeri Ryan totally deserved it, though.
I'm Obamacare - You Owe Me
10/30/13, 23:28

The real bonus of Obamacare is how batchit crazy it's driven all the right-wing assholes I cross paths with on a daily basis.
Don't check it out, don't split up
10/30/13, 05:50

"The Cabin in the Woods" does an excellent job of explaining why people in horror movies become suddenly stupid.

If you haven't seen it yet, watch it.
Blackfish Trailer
10/30/13, 05:47

While I don't have a problem with keeping animals in a zoo, as long as they're kept physically and mentally well, I've never been comfortable with the idea of making them perform tricks for our amusement.
Quiet, Please 'Nothing Behind the Door' (1st episode of the series)
10/30/13, 00:03

Sorry, the scratches were already wearing on my nerves and then it got to the bit about the Horsehead nebula and I just couldn't take it any more.

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