I was always under the impression that it was this explination, and I will stick to this belief whether it be wrong or not.
[6/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
Fundie Index: 4
Hmmm, what's this - the Moronda ruling? You have the right to remain stupid!
6/9/2006 5:54:35 AM
Okay, but I think it's rather silly to insist on holding onto a belief proved wrong than to, oh, actually LEARN something new.
6/9/2006 10:10:40 PM
If this were a current post (rather than an old one revived), I'd give it a vote for Fundamentalism in a Nutshell.
6/10/2006 10:10:52 PM
Blind Ignorance award?
3/18/2007 7:12:15 PM
Some Random Guy
Interestingly, this statement assumes that the belief is wrong beforehand, and he will believe it even though there is only an off chance that it's right.
10/22/2008 12:57:00 AM
Forbidden Apple Eater
If your third grade teacher told you that one plus one was two, and you said simply "No Miss, it's three," and all these years later you still believed it, you'd look like a bit of an idiot. Whether it was wrong or not.
Now, do you want to rethink that phrasing or not?
10/24/2008 7:27:01 AM
That level of blinkered pig-ignorance is impossible to ever cure. This idiot couldn't even serve as a decent door-stop.
10/26/2008 1:58:00 AM
Fine. You're entitled to be as big a moron as you please. Just don't expect us to respect your wrong belief or pass laws based on it.
12/29/2012 1:21:13 PM