Quote# 5747

Now i think God made bacteria, because bacteria are important for eating our poo and keeping us from getting sick... although some bacteria do make us sick for some reason (i dont get that, i think some bacteria get influenced by satan and deviate from goodness or something). But i heard viruses arent even alive, they just make more of themselves and kill things, so whats the point of that? I think viruses are the work of satan, because all they bring is death and destruction (as well as colds, apparently caused by some sort of rhinocerousvirus)

Shimmerstar, Christian Forums 24 Comments [12/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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The Jamo

I think you are too stupid for words.

11/24/2006 1:46:08 PM


This post is clear evidence that intelligence is being edged out of the gene-pool. Weep... Weep for us all.

11/24/2006 1:57:20 PM

Fed Up

There is no hope for humanity.

12/6/2006 12:55:41 AM


Read your bible. God created everything. It's your mythology; why aren't you familiar with it?

12/6/2006 1:00:52 AM


Actually, viri are the work of Pandora.

1/24/2008 1:44:23 AM


Fail at biology.

Seriously, why's it always Satan? they DO know we can stray all by ourselves, right?

1/24/2008 1:49:14 AM


Rhinocerousvirus sounds like one of Archie Bunker's words.

1/24/2008 3:02:32 AM


'Rhinocerousvirus' -- that's priceless. Didn't anyone picture tiny rhinos trying to break into cells with their horn and being caught by leucocytes?

1/25/2008 2:32:52 PM


I call poe. The rhinovirus is a bit too much.

1/25/2008 2:55:34 PM

Philbert McAdamia

Maybe some of those Satan-influenced bactos poor mouthed on the viri to Shimmer, the lying little scum. Geeze, sometimes they act no better than germs, I tell ya!

1/25/2008 3:01:34 PM


I 2nd poe.

10/27/2008 12:47:49 AM


Rhinocerousvirus - that's hilarious. Probably a poe, though.

10/27/2008 1:05:29 AM

Jack Bauer

The Satan Bug strikes again!

10/27/2008 1:15:22 AM


Satanic bacteria! What a great name for a band!

And what a totally stupid idea that bacteria have a moral compass.

10/27/2008 2:26:51 AM

Lady Gray

No, god created them that way. Weren't you told about Adam and Eve and the forbidden fruit when you were little? Seems like a likely step towards brainwashing a young child.

9/8/2009 3:47:18 PM

Allegory for Jesus

Biblical Science 101: Good=Goddidit Bad=Devilmade(medo)it.

Class dismissed.

6/19/2011 9:39:59 PM


If it is Bad...Satan did it. Unless we learned something from it...then God did it. But Satan cannot do anything good, so if it is good, then God must have done it. If it is material, God either created it or gave someone the idea to create it. If it is in-material, then God must manifest it in himself. Unless it is bad, then Satan did it.

So where is the part of the game of life where We get to play?

8/4/2011 2:40:26 AM


Perhaps a Poe. If not, writer is unaware that some viruses are helpful by killing dangerous bacteria.

8/7/2011 7:54:30 PM

rubber chicken

This is fine so long as we assume that Shimmerstar is actually less than 10 years old. If it turns out that they are actually of voting age then we would all be perfectly justified in running, screaming to the hills.

8/8/2011 12:17:00 AM


Oh geez, when you get past that first parenthesized statement, just, wow.

8/19/2011 6:00:22 AM


"as well as colds, apparently caused by some sort of rhinocerousvirus"


Definitely poe. But a good one. That's the funniest thing I've read today.

8/19/2011 7:05:23 AM



'All things dull and ugly
All creatures short and squat
All things rude and nasty
The Lord God made the lot.

Each little snake that poisons
Each little wasp that stings
He made their brutish venom
He made their horrid wings.

All things sick and cancerous
All evil great and small
All things foul and dangerous
The Lord God made them all

Each nasty little hornet
Each beastly little squid
Who made the spiky urchin?
Who made the sharks? He did!

All things scabbed and ulcerous
All pox both great and small
Putrid, foul and gangrenous
The Lord God made them all.'

[/Monty Python]


Better not click this link:


If you know what's good for you, Shitterstar. Ever hear of the Smallpox Eradication Program from 1950-80? The last human death from Smallpox was in 1977. The disease now only exists in a few culture flasks in various labs around the world, with debate in the scientific community to this day about what to do with such: continue virological research - or destroy these last surviving remnants of Smallpox?

Science now has the power to make a disease completely extinct.

Science - 1. God - 0.

There's research into the possibility of a gene-based vaccine to cure HIV/AIDS in progress right now. Hopefully another source of righteous indignation will be cruelly stripped from you fundies, re. LGBT people. Good. Science has - and always will - continue to prove it's superiority to God.

Deal with it.

8/19/2011 7:35:48 AM


If he thinks God made all the living things and then Stan the Hell Man, er, the Debbil twisted them, why not tell him about liver flukes and watch his head explode. What godly purpose did a creature have for being made to parasitize not one but two different organisms over its lifespan, eventually killing both?

On the other hand, there are fantastic evolutionary reasons for why the liver fluke does what it does... if only Shimmerstar would actually crack a textbook for once.

8/19/2011 8:10:13 AM


"Rhinocerosvirus" reminds me of "rhinoceritis" from Rugrats.

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