Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Classic Atheism

"your spelling makes it difficult to take any of this seriously."

There ya go. A perfect excuse for Judgement Day. "Creator God, that man made one spelling error in every 50,000 words typed. That means that I did't need to take seriously any of the warnings that I've received about your existence."

Sure. You go boy. And if it turns out that your wrong, well, I'm sure that a loving God will understand. :)

7 comments:

Hugo said...

That deserved a blog post? Are you trying to win the "most post by a blogger" award of 2009? ;)

Gorth Satana said...

That deserved a blog post? Are you trying to win the "most post by a blogger" award of 2009? ;)


It's most "most posts by a blogger" award. I no longer need to take any of your warnings seriously. Sorry but that's how we strawmen act.

Ginx said...

Atheists = Grammar Nazis

Mak teaches me something new about my "faith" every day.

Ginx said...

Also, I would love for there to be a heaven and hell. For one, I think I stand a chance at getting into heaven. For another, I would much prefer hell to what I currently believe happens, which is nothing. Haven't you ever been in excruciating pain? It's focusing. You get a lot of thinking done. If there is a hell, I imagine you and I will get to continue this conversation, and I will have to lose it over and over for eternity because, well, there you have it.

However, I'm banking on the fact that it's equally likely we'll be reincarnated. I'm hoping for a parrot or an elephant.

Hugo said...

Nooooo!!, my spelling mistake reveiled my true identity, I cannot not believe in God anymore. Please Makarios, provide me shelter or else these dangerous Atheists are going to perform sadomasochist rituals on me as a punishment for pretending to be a smrt atheist.

JD Curtis said...

Atheists = Grammar Nazis

Not always. Sometimes theists are Grammer Nazis as well. It's annoying. I don't point out minor keystroke errors that happen from time to time. Discussions would advance alot more smoothly if minor spelling mishaps were overlooked. Are you feelin' me Tinkerpooh?

Ginx said...

I totally agree, but when I repost an error in a quote, I notice it twice and that buzzer in my head from when I was a writing tutor goes off.

Besides, he started it! He called atheists slow of thought and... something of wit. Or what it slow of wit and... Anyway, and he did that thing where he puts his finger right up to my face and goes "I'm not touching you, I'm not touching you!"