The fact that I had spaghetti for dinner last night is plenty of evidence for the possibility of the FSM.
4/27/2008 2:20:52 AM
The Harry Potter books are bestsellers therefore magic!
4/27/2008 2:31:33 AM
Louis' relatives, you mean?
4/27/2008 2:32:50 AM
but it says nothing at all about the probability of god
4/27/2008 2:34:16 AM
There is also all of that evidence that you dislike so much.
4/27/2008 7:34:59 AM
4/27/2008 10:39:10 AM
the fact that this whole planet is innundated with churches, priests, pasteurs, bibles, websites, tv shows, movies, books, magazines, newspapers, cathedrals, paintings, sculptures, chapels, etc., etc., etc., <b>for any imaginable denomination</b> gives us plenty of evidence for the possibility of innumerable Gods
4/27/2008 11:13:11 AM
The fact that this whole planet is inundated with Brothels, prostitutes, fuck-books, the entire internet, video's, porn movies, porn books, porn magazines, newspapers, populations, paintings, sculptures and your parents give us plenty of evidence that god likes fucking!
4/27/2008 3:59:45 PM
You don't see the commercialism of that? Religion is a business (con-game) the money churches have is ridiculous
5/1/2008 10:44:31 PM
The fact that this whole planet is innundated with churches, priests, pasteurs, bibles, websites, tv shows, movies, books, magazines, newspapers, cathedrals, paintings, sculptures, chapels, etc., etc., etc., gives us plenty of evidence for the possibility of a long-term well-thought out confidence trick to scam and control people.
5/2/2008 7:12:56 AM
By that logic...every popular fandom is real.
My god. What a frightening thought.
5/2/2008 9:27:31 AM
I just noticed "pasteurs"
pity we can't get an anti-fundie vaccine
5/2/2008 10:23:28 AM
You're tellin' me! There are so many Pasteurs, I can't tell which one sterilized milk in the first place!
5/2/2008 4:42:25 PM
The fact that Batman, Daffy Duck, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have each spawned their own merchandising empires with millions of dollars worth of toys, media,foods, apparel, and decorations made in their likeness gives us plenty of evidence of their reality.
5/17/2009 11:47:37 AM
It is also inundated with rabbis, mosqs, synagogues, buddhist temples, buddhist monks, muslim prayer callers, quran books, bhagdavad-gitas, kama sutras, sculptures of buddha, ganesha, shiva, kali, which all give plenty of evidence for the possibility of several gods, or at least several interpretations of one god...
5/17/2009 12:52:49 PM
We're also inundated with vampire lore, I guess that means vampires exist too.
12/18/2009 9:32:53 PM
Or it just means that the meme of Christianity was a particularly successful one.
4/5/2013 4:35:40 AM
I live in Hull, one of the Top 5 least
religious cities in the UK:
Just the above - along with many others like it - gives me
plenty of evidence that your 'God's non
existence is not only possible, it's such a sure bet, not even William Hill or Paddy Power would take wagers on it.
And above ex
-church is due for demolition by the estate agents who own the land. Presumably someone has bought or leased that area for (as per the sign outside such by Scotts) residential development, since the above pic was taken (not by me, but which I found via Google).
'There is more need for lighthouses in our country than churches.'
Two words fundies: Practical
purpose. As per James T. Kirk in "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier" 'What does God need with a starship?', What does he equally need with a 'House of God'?!
(a Catholic church on the other side of the city centre has above it's doors 'Domus Dei').
I should take a photo of the self same above church - with said demolition notice - if the contractors haven't already started (or even finished) said demolition, and thus destruction, since the last time I was down Hessle Road (usually to the bike shop not far from the above; next door to such is what used to be a Kingdumb Hall for Jehovah's Witlesses. With emphasis on used to be. Another estate agent's sign now resides outside such.
Like I say: Hull. One of the Top 5 least
religious cities in the UK. 'Avada Kedavara', Bildemort!
4/5/2013 4:44:00 AM
We have one of those here too! A yellow building where you can still a-l-m-o-s-t read "Salvation Army" (in Swedish) on the front.
4/5/2013 5:43:21 AM
"The fact that this whole planet is innundated with churches, priests, pasteurs, bibles, websites, tv shows, movies, books, magazines, newspapers, cathedrals, paintings, sculptures, chapels, etc., etc., etc., gives us plenty of evidence for the possibility of God."
You DO realize that in a few more years, you wont have that argument, once the muslims have out-populated you, as many population studies suggest they would, right? Are you then going to convert Billdemart? They are probably going to call you "Haaji Mohammad Billdemart Malik Bin Mullah" or some shit like that then.
4/5/2013 8:57:18 AM
Things exist, therefore God.
Things exist, therefore Thor.
4/5/2013 4:22:55 PM
Dammit, Blakey beat me to the punch!
4/7/2013 3:27:04 PM