I"m guessing the next question was "What about things that are not perfect? Like infants born crippled, terrible diseases and Rosie O'Donnell?"
To which the answer is: Those are Chinese knock-off's you can get for a fraction of the price from that Jamaican guy on Canal Street.
1. I don't like to label creationists as "stupid," because their creationism comes from a religious perspective and thus is a belief that comes from pure faith. I personally believe in evolution, but I don't get uppity about it.
2. Elizabeth Hasselbeck is the smartest person on the view. Not saying much considering the rest of the cast are dumb ass liberals, who fawned over Obama for every stupid reason y'all did.
Okay then. My fawning worship of Obama comes from a religious perspective. Now you can't call get uppity and me stupid anymore.
I'm not saying its not stupid. Its just that reason and scientific evidence is shut out for their religion. I know tons of intelligent people who believe in creationism. Most of the time they do follow logic and reason, its only on certain religious topics that they make exception.
Its not like their beliefs are dangerous or harmful to society. The greatest threat they pose is through their attempts of changing school curriculum, and they've been failing miserably.
Either you do believe in that stupidity (and worse), or you're just trolling by sometimes pretending to. I'm assuming the latter. I can only hope the devotion to laughable rapping wrestlers is also part of the act.
The greatest prowrestling gimmicks are those that reflect the true character of the wrestler. John Cena's "rapping wrestler" gimmick works because it really isn't a gimmick. He grew up loving hip hop and recording raps before it worked in his wrestling career. Ric Flair truly is a limozine riding, jet flying, kiss stealing, wheeling dealing son of a gun.
I dropped pretending to be a creationist because it didn't work. It didn't work because I believe in evolution. However I truely am a fiscal conservative. I truely am a wrestling fan and Cena is my favorite active pro wrestler. I became a fan of his because I too am a rapper and a producer. Note the mixing board in my videos. Perhaps one day I will do one of my raps for you in a video.
And here I am being real with you. I used to not believe in evolution because of religious views, but I am not as religious as I used to be. I understand how hard it is to break the bonds of religious dogma. The irrationality of creationists does not fit into the realm of stupidity because their belief does not come from reason, nor is it backed by reason.
Whoever is writing Cena I can tell he truly enjoy his craft.
Fiscal conservatism doesn't really fit too well with running up a deficit that will take generations to pay off.
Rodents of Unusual Size
Elizabeth Hasselbeck got her job by being on Survivor: Australia and by sleeping with various producers.
|Shotgun Jackson |
How does such a shallow bitch get so far in life?
Having sex on behalf of the Lord.
I love the "Wait, WHAT?!?" as soon as she tries to link "God" as a "designer" and "a great bag."
Also it's pretty funny Hasselbeck is touching on the nature of being human, that it is an inherent desire for man to look for a final cause beyond whatever final cause is available, IE: nature.
First: Evolution is not a theory on the origin of life.
Second: Gucci bags are awful and gaudy pieces of fashion design.
Third: Fuck you.
I give up. People like Hasselback and Cena won't listen to reality no matter how hard you show it to them. So, why bother anymore?
I said I believe in Evolution. The world is approximately 6.5 billion years old.
I'm just asking, Why pick on people for their religious beliefs?
Their religious views are far more dangerous than those of the religious right. The greatest terror attacks of the religious right is the bombing of abortion clinics.
The Muslim's terror attacks have been far greater.
Because Muslims have a belief that one should die for not sharing the same beliefs. Christians merely believe your should suffer after you die for having different beliefs.
the muslims you speak of (not all muslims) are members of the religious right.
I believed in Evolution until they kicked out Orton and forced him into an abortion of a face turn.
Shouldn't "Elizabeth Hasselbeck is a stupid bitch" itself be a linked tag by now?
Ah, yes, a common creationist argument: Comparing life on Earth to some form of inanimate, inorganic object. "IF THERE'S A PAINTING, THERE MUST BE A PAINTER. 747s JUST DON'T BUILD THEMSELVES OUT OF TORNADOES IN JUNKYARDS HURR HURR"
Except, if you take the leather and buckles and everything else needed to make a Gucci bag and leave it in a room for a few thousand years, when you come back, the bag will not have assembled itself.
When you leave the building blocks of organic life left alone on their own in the natural environment they were born into for a few thousand years and you get primitive lifeforms. Let them stew a few million years more, you get complex organisms and life on Earth.
So, yes, people who believe in creationism ARE stupid.
|Caminante Nocturno |
See, this is the sort of shit that's insulting towards women.
Even if you suspend any disbelief you may have that all things that exist must have been created by some kind of force, you still can't rationally ignore the theory of evolution.
If you find a Gucci bag and assume that it has a designer, you probably wouldn't also assume that said designer MAGICKED IT INTO BEING BY PURE DIVINE WILL. That would be silly. A more likely explanation is that the designer came up with a concept, got feedback from peers, changed it, improved it, and constructed it by hand out of available materials such as leather and brass and plastic.
If you were to research that Gucci bag - pick it apart, see how its made, compare it to bags, find the tools that were involved in its construction, and so on, you'd be able to get a pretty good idea of how it was built.
Likewise, even if some divine force is responsible for providing the universe with matter, it's silly to think that said divine force also conjured animals exactly as they are today when we have so much evidence that tells us how they evolved.
As an agnostic I'm open minded about why the universe exists and why matter acts the way it does. However, I'm confident that Gucci bags and animals don't appear out of thin air by divine will.
|Jeff Fries |
You fags need to find a new show
Or...what? You'll call everyone homos and say you'd kick some ass if it weren't for your not wanting to mess up your best Dragonball shirt before mom drives you to therapy?
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
I want to stab her in the face and set fire to her wardrobe...is this a bad thing?
|mountain dew insimination |
Ric Flair truly IS a limozine riding, jet flying, kiss stealing, wheeling dealing son of a gun.
The human eye is actually a very flawed, ineffecient organ that is but one variation among many types of visual organs. So if I'm understanding her argument correctly, God is a big fuckup that can't get anything right on the first try.
What if the bag was mostly useful but was full of pouches that were too small and irregular to use?
What if the straps didn't seem to have any logic as to their direction?
What if it wasn't a bag at all, but a baby carrier, and it was upside down?
What if the bag came with instructions on how to make a new bag, but most of the instructions were useless copies of instructions for older bags?
I no longer believe that people believe what they believe for any sort of explicable reason.
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