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Besides, God is in charge. There's nothing anyone can do, one way or the other, that's going to affect God's plan. I think the oil and gas is meant for us to use as fuel. I'm sure there's enough left to get us to the end (both fuel & environment). Global warming is the least of my worries.

GFJ, Rapture Ready 21 Comments [6/30/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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szena

Those of us who think you're full of it don't like the way you're wasting resources in the belief that what you do doesn't matter.

Didn't God say you should be stewards of the earth, not rapers and plunderers?

2/2/2008 12:53:45 PM

anonymous

And on what analysis is this based on?

2/2/2008 2:02:38 PM

Brain_In_A_Jar

I'm sure there's enough left to get us to the end

The problem there, bud, is that those of us who aren't in your creepy apocalyptic cult don't particularly want to come to that end.

2/2/2008 4:00:55 PM

CouchCommando

This is exactly what the problem is.

2/2/2008 6:04:40 PM

Nny

I'm sure there's enough left to get us to the end (both fuel & environment). Global warming is the least of my worries.

Thats right! The sky daddy is going to pick you up soon.

Any minute now...

2/4/2008 3:48:09 AM

Feminazi

I'm sure there's enough left to get us to the end...
Actually, if we keep on like this the next generation will not have any gas.

6/2/2008 4:19:18 AM

StridentLobster

This is one of the most fucking malignant schools of thought I've ever seen. "Go ahead and buy that hummer, it's part of god's plan."

GTFO my pale blue dot, asshole.

7/2/2008 5:56:22 PM

God

"Besides, God is in charge. There's nothing anyone can do, one way or the other, that's going to affect God's plan."

Right. So shut the fuck up.

Wait, what am I doing.

1/28/2009 3:34:05 PM

DinDC

Probably this one's worries encompass the dire questions about how to wrap one's greasy, fat fingers around the next cholesterol-ridden meal.

Although a heart attack is a fitting demise for this one, I think a falling tree branch smashing what little brains it has all over the place would be a very appropriate and karmic end.

1/28/2009 4:16:07 PM

David B.

"Besides, God is in charge. There's nothing anyone can do, one way or the other, that's going to affect God's plan."

What if God's plan is for us to figure out a better way to live within the limits of our environment, tackle the causes of GW and mitigate its effects to the very best of our ability, and grow up and learn humility and respect for his creation instead of treating it like a giant nappy we can dump in whenever we like safe in the knowledge that our kindly (sky)daddy will make us clean and dry again if we just wail loud and long enough?

Also, it's interesting that you fundies are such vocal lobbyists and campaigners against gay marriage, abortion, evolution, stem cell research, euthanasia, etc. when none of that stuff could possibly affect "God's plan" either.

1/28/2009 4:21:34 PM

JohnTheAtheist

God is in charge of squat.

1/28/2009 4:26:45 PM

GigaGuess

So then, why do wind and solar power work? Why didn't God make it easier to get at, if it was meant as a fuel source? Why didn't Adam and Eve have his and hers Ferraris? Why is it that at it's inception, people like you were ranting and raving about how God never intended for it, and now you guys screech like a kid that's had her lollypop snatched from her when we say that perhaps finding cleaner fuels might not be a bad idea.

1/28/2009 5:42:06 PM

Jackie

no. what does not exist cannot be "in-charge"

Live on your knees GFJ

1/28/2009 8:23:22 PM

Allegory for Jesus

Typical conservatarded Jebusite. Everything that exists is a gift from Republican Jesus to be raped, pillaged, and burned to the pleasure of mankind. Also: mankind is evil. Yeah...somehow I'm beginning to see the connection there...

3/4/2011 6:44:25 PM

Iczer-four

i think im going to go crazy and flood the world and create animal people..

(has watched too much blue Submarine no. 6)

3/4/2011 7:22:48 PM

Swede

But I guess homosexuality is one of your big worries, right?
Global climate change is a much more serious threat to mankind, than homosexuality could ever be.

What if we make the world a better place, even if we don't HAVE to? Would that be so bad?
If we take better care of the world, maybe we won't be destroying it in the next hundred years. The world might live on for another 4,5 billion years.

3/5/2011 7:16:17 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Give it another decade.

4/17/2013 11:30:19 AM



And you say atheism is depressing. This guy's mindset almost bought a gun and put it to my head for me.

4/17/2013 4:01:32 PM

Quantum Mechanic

idiot

6/17/2013 6:39:55 PM

DFM

Yes, let's just rape and plunder the Earth as fast as we can in the hope that the Sky Fairy will rescue us at the last minute.

On the other hand, perhaps prudence would require a rational person to be cautious about profligate use of resources.

6/17/2013 6:44:14 PM

Crest of the Remorhaz

See, GFJ, here's how this works: if you are correct, then we have nothing to worry about by following your plan. If literally anybody else is correct, then rampant industrial pollution and overpopulation will fuck us all without lube and leave our descendants cannibalizing their own dead to survive.

You seem to like Pascal's Wager, so just replace "belief in God" with "belief that the environment's capacity for self-repair is finite, and that we should try not to exceed that capacity". You won't even have to think of something completely new to understand it!

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