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dr_mr_vandertramps - 2008-02-09

as if either of these people would ever need a passport

fluffy - 2008-02-09

Sorry, guys, I don't exist. Suzie Mae said so.

Randroid - 2008-02-09

People, forget the War on Christmas, there is clearly a War on Dinosaurs by the secular leftist elites.

ProfessorChaos - 2008-02-09

a War on Dinosaurs?

Their Heathen Science has extracted Dinosaur DNA, and now the godless liberals ride around on T-Rexes, terrorizing the innocent and the virtuous.

RockBolt - 2008-02-09


GoneGirl - 2008-02-09

I don't . . . think it's a parody, unless their parody skills extend to not knowing how to design a website. I'm stunned, awed, and a little afraid.

Smellvin - 2008-02-09

I'd like to become the pope or Mike Huckabee and convince all these people that if they don't castrate themselves and their childre, then they're all heathens doomed to hell.

GoodAaron - 2008-02-09

Epic troll.

Xenocide - 2008-02-09

Why you are guys complaining about something that doesn't exist, then?

Billy Buttsex - 2008-02-09

I feel like I should have something to say, but I actually don't.

dr_rock - 2008-02-09

People like these are why I own guns.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2009-05-29

I'd take solace knowing that not only could I defend myself, I had prevented at least one firearm from falling into their hands.

boner - 2008-02-09

My own best friend tried to tell me that science is a kind of religion. And he's a totally good guy. Just wrong. Don't be too afraid.

phalsebob - 2008-02-09

Troll or parody.

But asking someone to prove they are atheist... I've never heard that wild goose chase thrown out there before, so good on them. It's essentially asking for an epistemological mission impossible - overcome privileged experience.

This can be countered with the Carlin Paradox - Can God make a rock so big that even he can't lift it.

Spoonybard - 2008-02-10

Descartes said "I think, therefore I am," but some later philosophers pointed out that observing some thoughts only proves that some thoughts exist, not that they are attached to any actual person. This man's demand for proof that I am an atheist merely because I seem to have the thought "God does not exist" is no childish request; he is clearly advocating introspection, since he surely knows that presenting proof to him of my mental states is impossible. The epistemological quandary is not that of how to convince him of my beliefs, but rather it is the question of how I can know them myself. The sophistication of his argument suggests a solid familiarity with the works of Hume and Nietzsche, as well as the creativity to apply them in an entirely novel way. This man is a genius.

thebaronsdoctor - 2008-02-09

If I don't exist then what the hell am I paying taxes for?

erratic - 2008-02-10

Guys, I still don't know if it's real, but they have a website www.yokeup.net
I've never seen such a thrown together website...ever.

tamago - 2008-03-02

From the looks of her, Susie Mae just got done working the streets for blow.

The God of Biscuits - 2008-03-25

I just realized, nobody EVER HAS seen a thought. How do I know they exist?

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