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[We legally recognise gays. Gays can have a gay marriage here in Britain, there are gay nightclubs all over Britain and the British public are tolerant of homosexuals. Why is it that we don't get these earthquakes? Are we special?]

"Why is it that we don't get these earthquakes yet?"

the element of surprise in the divine punishment is the most amusing

al-nasser, ummah forum 98 Comments [2/24/2008 6:04:32 AM]
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Osiris

That and England's not on any fault lines.

2/24/2008 6:06:13 AM

agentCDE

Maximum irony would've been had right as he went to push submit.

No earthquake.

Therefore skydaddy fails.

2/24/2008 6:09:09 AM

Illuminatalie

"the element of surprise in the divine punishment is the most amusing"

I can think of something that is even more amusing!

2/24/2008 6:11:10 AM

thisisyou3

OOOOOOORR...Divine punishment is a load of crap! One is more reasonable. Take a guess which?

2/24/2008 6:16:36 AM

Mike

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...! wait... BWAAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!

2/24/2008 6:19:16 AM

Papabear

You can barely imagine how thrilled I am that you are amused. Or, maybe you can.

2/24/2008 6:38:45 AM

onoma

hilarious.

2/24/2008 6:52:03 AM

Fanatic-Templar

God's been trying, but his efforts have been stymied by the lack of fault lines around Britain. Same goes in Canada and much of Europe, really.

It's really his fault for choosing to be a monotheism. As a Sky Pixie, Earth is obviously the element he is least effective with. If he'd had a polytheistic system, then another god could have done it.

Once more, god's lack of forethought screws him over.

2/24/2008 6:59:10 AM

antichrist

Something like the Pharaoh's curse that took 50 years to kick in.

I don't know if England will ever have an earthquake, but if it does it will be because of movements in the earths crust, nothing to do with any god.

@ Fanatic-Templar
Actually they say Vancouver is long over due for the "big one" and a branch of the San Andreas fault runs right up the Alberta rockies, so I wouldn't say that Canada is out of the woods.

2/24/2008 7:09:22 AM

werewolf

How about relentless, icy rain and thick fog? That could be the divine punishment, couldn't it? When we were in London, it used to happen all the time and I always thought it was divine punishment for unspecified and really vague sins by an incredibly malicious deity.

Of course it's really just climate and weather patterns but it's no fun to think rationally when you're struggling with a recalcitrant umbrella and freezing your soggy butt off.

2/24/2008 7:24:44 AM

approximate

So, your god squirts when he hands out his "divine punishment"?

Sick fuck.
(you too)

2/24/2008 7:39:41 AM

SweetViolet

Ah, so you admit your god is a sicko mass-murdering sadist that gets pleasure out of inflicting pain and misery on people? You do realize that IF your god were to put England to the earthquake test, the "faithful" such as yourself would also suffer and die?

A real knee-slapper, that...all those cute little innocent Muslim babies dying along side those depraved homos. Sick sense of humour your god has. And you, too, if you also take amusement from such an event.

2/24/2008 7:46:44 AM

cyborgtroy

Yes, No, and Wait.

2/24/2008 8:40:10 AM

cui bono

Why does Iran,Syria, Turkey, Pakistan, Indonesia have the most earthquakes with the highest death tolls, is that because the boys and men are getting off with each other at every chance?

We all know god is gay, he never married, and he's often called the grand designer, and we all know who makes the best designers.


fundamentalists delenda est

2/24/2008 8:41:32 AM

Ambrielle

Wow, Occam's Razor comes into play here.

2/24/2008 8:52:20 AM

√ėyvind

Yeah, God killing people because they're gay is so amusing. Guess you pissed yourself with laughter when the tsunami struck.

2/24/2008 9:06:53 AM

Prager

Or, and this is the logical explanation, there is no connection.

2/24/2008 9:14:51 AM

Jacob

Ignorance is not something to be proud of.

2/24/2008 9:29:46 AM

Goosey

Actually we do get earthquakes in Britain. Certainly around the Isle of Skye. They're so minor they're barely noticeable, though, which makes it a pretty strange form of divine punishment -- especially since the Isle of Skye is probably one of the most devout Christian areas in the country.

2/24/2008 10:16:30 AM

FMG

God is such a prankster!

2/24/2008 10:22:45 AM

ArgleBargle

Nobody expects divine punishment! His main weapons are surprise, stealth, and a fanatical hatred of teh gheys!

2/24/2008 11:21:41 AM



Same question with Holland and all European countries, because we don't have a a big tectonic fall. Sorry, natural phenomena is..........natural. Or are you saying that Pakistan is more tolerant of gays than France, for example?

2/24/2008 11:52:29 AM

aaa

Yet, God prefers to steal traffic cones.

2/24/2008 11:54:11 AM

Freboy

Once again, fundies worshipping a "loving" God get a hard-on when he makes people suffer.

2/24/2008 12:10:55 PM

BlackMageJ

Does this mean God blew up the Buncefield oil refinery?

I mean, that massive shockwave was probably the closest thing we've had to an earthquake, given the lack of tectonic plates.
Of course, only the people at Ground Zero were devastated, which would make God not only a prick, but a prick who picks on a poor community and only slightly inconveniences everyone else.

You just KNOW God's pissed when he wakes you up and makes you feel a slight wobbling sensation at two in the morning.

2/24/2008 12:16:43 PM
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