Quote# 8776

['There is as much evidence for leprechauns as for gods.']

How can it not be silly to replace God with leprechauns since God interacts with me but leprechauns do not?

911, Internet Infidels 18 Comments [12/26/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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God interacts with me, too. He's always after me lucky charms.

12/26/2005 10:08:59 AM


That thread is precious. Go find God, but do it the right way. And if you tried and didn't find God, you didn't do it the right way. There are plenty of former Christians on II and there are some even some believers who hang out there to give their opinions which isn't about doing it \"the right way.\"

\"Think like me and you'll be like me. Since I'm going to be saved and I'm a better person, think like me and you'll be just as good.\" And they wonder why I think it's a power trip.

12/26/2005 10:46:13 AM


haha, \"he's always after me lucky charms\". Good one! BTW, what were all those lucky charms? Blue diamonds, green clovers, yellow diamonds, red balloons....that's all i remember. Got the others?

12/26/2005 2:19:12 PM


Pink hearts, yellow moons, orange stars, green clovers, blue diamonds ... and purple horseshoes!

At least that's what my Personal Savior told me when we used to interact between Saturday morning cartoons.

12/26/2005 4:40:19 PM


I think you can prove quite a few things exist by the means people prove God exists. But if you tell them that, they'll give you a dirty look and say you're wrong.

12/26/2005 6:33:18 PM

Darth Wang

This is just priceless.

12/26/2005 6:55:02 PM

Just Rick

Babbleon deserves the \"Made me blow Mt Dew out my nose\" award for that response!

12/26/2005 7:58:44 PM


<<I think you can prove quite a few things exist by the means people prove God exists. But if you tell them that, they'll give you a dirty look and say you're wrong.>>

Problem is, they'd be right. There's no formal \"proof\" that the Bible-god exists, so using the method that they use would only create yet another fallacy.

12/29/2005 3:38:36 AM


Well, that's the point, isn't it? That it is only an acceptable standard of proof for something already believed, even though when used on something they do not believe in it is patently absurd?

12/29/2005 7:12:59 AM


Only considered acceptable, sorry. Oh, what a way to introduce myself.
Found via Skeptico - I had no idea how many things I do are sin before reading these. I do not think I have done or thought a single thing in my life I would not be condemned for by these people.

12/29/2005 7:18:10 AM


but leprechauns gave me thar pot o gold~! god's nevar given me nothin' ya we lassie!

2/17/2011 1:44:01 PM

TB Tabby

God said, "I need you, 911?"

2/17/2011 1:44:56 PM


You don't get leprechauns? Fuck, around here we spray for the little fuckers.

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8/19/2011 3:54:33 PM


Ah, but them leprechauns are pretty sneaky, elusive tricksters and have magical powers. Fits your God fairly well I think, after all your churchs are huge gold hoarders

8/21/2011 5:49:24 AM

Raised by Horses


"You're doing it wrong!" is pretty much the history of Christianity and its many, many denominations in a nutshell.

8/21/2011 6:04:42 AM


Just as many leprechauns have interacted with me as gods: zero. So, both ideas are just as silly to me.

Why didn't your god interact with the people at the summer camp outside Oslo a month ago? I bet many of those who hid in the water and behind boulders said or thought "God oh god, please don't let him find me", over and over again. But he did find them and he did shoot them. Some he didn't find, so they drowned instead.
For these people leprechauns did as much to help as God did.

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