Christianity and conservative drivel, my favorite combination hate trigger.
"I guess this is what happens when you don't believe in God. You have all this extra time, cause you're not praying, and you use it for unproductive things"
She's right, you know. I didn't used to have the time for video games, but then I became an athiest. And now those 7 hours a day I used to spend praying can be frittered away on violent video games. It's the best of all worlds.
While i think a lawsuit against a cross is stupid, and a waste of time, i love seeing conservatives angry.
I concur, this is just good trolling.
I heard they were going to build a terror mosque on top of the cross.
What they didn't address, and what I think the atheists are trying to point out, is that once we start characterizing it as our god vs your god, we have a holy war on our hands, and that's a whole mess we don't want. Granted, it is a holy war from the terrorists' perspective, but we shouldn't stoop to their level.
It's still a delicious pile of cognitive dissonance that allows religious people to somehow believe in some fairy story about how the 9/11 cross was somehow put there by God as some sort of symbol of....something. Yet, they have nothing to say about why God apparently did nothing to prevent thousands of innocent people from dying.
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You know... if they'd pulled a Pentacle or Crescent moon or a star of David out of that wreckage, it never would have been recognized, let alone stood up for everyone to gawk at for a decade.
People: we design buildings based upon a rectangular and cubicle structure. This particular "symbol" is nothing more than the shearing off of metal that occurred when someone flew some planes into a few buildings because they thought they were better than you...
And now you are proving their point?
Also, anyone noticed the "Dogs everywhere"? Also, I'm pretty sure there was only ONE agency set up after 9/11. Homeland security doesn't do shit. We've seen this.
I don't know which is dumber: The lawsuit, or that two crossed metal beams are being recognized as a religious monument.
What're the odds of two, straight beams falling in such a way that they end up perpendicular to each other!!
To be fair, if they had to make a Star of David out of girders, it would take three times the effort.
THEY DIDN'T HAVE THAT MUCH TIME TO SPARE.
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