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i think doubting is your comfort blanket. some people just dont have enough of that one thing that it takes for a person to have faith. it takes a big man to believe in something he can not see. not a stupid one.

aND*HE*wEPT, Myspace 18 Comments [5/29/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Julian

Yeh, nothing says comfort and warmth quite like doubt and insecurity!



I can't wait for Papabear to see this one!


5/29/2006 6:35:20 AM

JadedRevenge

nope, its stupid alright

5/29/2006 6:46:52 AM

Crosis

<<< aND*HE*wEPT >>>

... when he saw the inanity posted in his name.

<<< i think doubting is your comfort blanket. >>>

Nothing comforting about it, really. You guys have it easy - you think God will fix everything (or if not, there's a reason for it). For us, if something isn't right it's up to us (meaning all of humankind) to fix it.

<<< some people just dont have enough of that one thing that it takes for a person to have faith. >>>

Gullibility?

<<< it takes a big man to believe in something he can not see. >>>

Three-year-olds with imaginary friends must be pretty \"big men\" then.

5/29/2006 6:49:40 AM

Maronan

You see that cliff, there? I know you can't see a bridge, but you should believe there is one anyway. It takes a big man to believe what he can't see. Now, go. Believe. Walk off the edge of that cliff.

5/29/2006 7:17:54 AM

SalesMaronan

You see that bridge there? The one that connects Brooklyn to Manhattan, and is near the Manhattan Bridge? There's a big pile of gold on it, worth millions. You can't see it, but you're a big man. A big man can believe in what he can't see. So believe the gold is there. Don't you want it? Of course. You're a big man, so to reward you, I'll sell you the Brooklyn Bridge, gold and all, for a mere $5,000.

5/29/2006 7:19:38 AM

Napoleon the Clown

MySpace fundies are a special kind of stupid.

5/29/2006 7:24:23 AM

Prager

<some people just dont have enough of that one thing that it takes for a person to have faith.>

Wilful ignorance?

5/29/2006 8:59:05 AM

awhell

not even going touch that one

5/29/2006 11:43:23 AM

aND*mAD dOG*LaUGHED

Big men, but with small brains

5/29/2006 12:46:30 PM

Aesmael

It's true. I wake up every morning and the first thing I say is 'Thank God for my doubt. Thank You for leading me away from the long hard road of faith and into the land of easy comfort\"

5/29/2006 2:12:41 PM

Julian

I was going to do a parody, but the lyrics as is are bad enough:


Daniel Boone was a man,
Yes, a big man!
With an eye like an eagle
And as tall as a mountain was he!

Daniel Boone was a man,
Yes, a big man!
He was brave, he was fearless
And as tough as a mighty oak tree!

From the coonskin cap on the top of ol' Dan
To the heel of his rawhide shoe;
The rippin'est, roarin'est, fightin'est man
The frontier ever knew!

Daniel Boone was a man,
Yes, a big man!
And he fought for America
To make all Americans free!

What a Boone, what a do-er,
What a dream come-er true-er was he!

5/29/2006 2:57:54 PM

Papabear

Oh, c'mon. Accepting facts and doubting superstition is a comfort blanket?

\"some people just dont have enough of that one thing that it takes for a person to have faith.\"

Well, what would that be? Gullibility? Brain damage?


\"it takes a big man to believe in something he can not see. not a stupid one.\"

No, you're got that backwards. It takes a deluded, gullible person to believe in something without evidence.

5/29/2006 3:50:58 PM

Ice

Oh, boo! Doubting things, using my brain... actually facing this world with a big VOID in front of me is so... comforting, right?

Not even close as hard as reading one bloody book and following its rules, without even turning the brain on for a second. If good comes, god did it. If bad comes, satan did it and god will make it right. If god didn't make it right, there's a reason for it. And most of all, unlike us, the ones using the comfort blanket, you're not faced with decay, but wonderful hippy place of constant drunkness and orgasmic smileys.

Yeah, it's so easy on us.

5/29/2006 4:07:23 PM

StandardDeviant

It totally takes both

5/29/2006 6:07:25 PM

JustinGG

it takes a big man to believe in something he can not see. not a stupid one.


Like Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the tooth fairy, or Bigfoot?

5/30/2006 3:43:28 AM

ssdexecutor

Don't get me started on what your \"comfort blanket\" is.

5/30/2006 8:54:05 AM

MD20/20

Small children believe in the boogie man, which they can not see...

5/30/2006 10:52:46 AM

Dante's Virgil

i think doubting is your comfort blanket

Funny, I don't find that it works that way for me. Doubting is an agitator, a nagging feeling that keeps one poking away at discovering the rest of the story. It's not a very comfortable process. Blind faith, on the other hand...

5/30/2006 12:06:49 PM
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