Greet your new masters!
Many years ago when I was an atheist/agnostic a contract killing for a large amount of money would certainly have been within bounds of consideration...
[10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
Fundie Index: 2
Just because you're an atheist/agnostic doesn't mean you become a psychopath. Fundies might actually make that worse, y'know.
2/5/2008 1:38:19 AM
Good thing you found an external source of morals, then. Some of us have an internal conscience.
2/5/2008 2:09:59 AM
Well, that says a lot about you as a person, huh? Sorry, pal, but I don't think any god/goddess/etc. is gonna be able to help your psychopathic ass.
2/5/2008 6:56:52 AM
Angel Of Death
If you need some "sky god" to tell you what is right and wrong, then you have horrible morals.
2/7/2008 4:11:19 AM
Tom S. Fox
Somehow I doubt he was ever an atheist/agnostic.
2/12/2008 1:25:24 AM
[i]Many years ago when I was an atheist/agnostic a contract killing for a large amount of money would certainly have been within bounds of consideration...[i]
And now, if you believed that God commanded you to kill, would it be inside or outside those same bounds of consideration?
2/12/2008 1:30:49 AM
I love how people like this always use elipsi. Nutjobs know this induces a sense of dramatic effect in other nutjobs, I suppose.
2/12/2008 1:39:02 AM
...Now, it will kill for no good reason at all.
2/12/2008 1:45:14 AM
Liar for Jesus.
2/12/2008 2:21:59 AM
Drat Caustic Gnostic beat me to it.
2/12/2008 2:34:34 AM
There is no small amount of irony in this one's username.
2/12/2008 2:37:26 AM
Many years ago, truelies (?) was an atheist/agnostic. I have to assume he doesn't know the difference, so he can't decide what he was. I notice he refers to 'a large amount of money', so at least he wasn't a cheap murderer back then,,,, ahhh but inflation got to all of us,,, these days a contract killing for a small amount of money is probably within the bounds of his consideration.
2/12/2008 10:34:42 AM
Although this is obviously bunk, I hear a lot of stuff like this from religious people. Maybe they really are defective and require explicit rules in order to not act like ravening psychopaths.
Don't kill, don't rape, don't fuck your sister. Perhaps having a father figure with rules is all that keeps them from doing these things. It would explain a lot about the anti-gay hysteria. They need rules to keep them safe otherwise they would all be out there packing the bathhouses. "Dude, I *need* rules against fucking other guys. If there aren't rules I am totally going to have a threeway with my minister and this hot guy I just saw on a motorcycle."
2/12/2008 11:03:17 PM
I love it when fundies lie and say they used to be atheist. It shows how desperate they are. Especially when they follow it up with claims that they were completely depraved.
2/12/2008 11:05:41 PM
So...what, were you guys S.T.A.L.K.E.Rs or something?
Seriously, what is this guy trying to say? That atheists/agnostics are more prone to hiring hitmen than people with religion?
Show me the stats, bozo...
2/12/2008 11:35:01 PM
Ah, the "When I was" lie. Been a while since I;ve seen that one.
And Agnostic and Atheist aren't the same thing.
2/13/2008 2:59:58 PM
Just because you are a psychopath doesn't mean the rest of us are.
2/13/2008 8:00:35 PM
... and now all you need is a little voice in your head and you'll go on a kill spree.
1/5/2013 4:48:20 PM
Sorry, but the people who really want to make a name for themselves in this genre are telling people that they were satanists who killed and ate babies and participated in massive orgies before they found Jesus. Just saying you might have done something before you were saved isn't going to stand up against competition like that.
Bottom line, if you want attention then go back to the drawing board and try again.
1/5/2013 5:49:38 PM
Someone should really make a documentary, with in-depth interviews with these people claiming to be ex-atheists, to put this whole "I used to be an atheist" farce to rest for once and for all.
What were you, before being an atheist?
Were you an atheist because:
a) No one had told you about a God?
b) You knew about God but didn't believe in him?
If the answer is "b", then what were the reasons behind your refusal to believe, and what is it that changed it?
1/5/2013 6:35:22 PM