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Ludovic Moreeuw

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I'm pro-choice, I'm pro-gay rights, I'm pro-immigration, I'm against guns, I believe in Darwin  because another person's choice isn't my fucking business ;-)
Je suis pour le droit à l'avortement, je suis pour le droit des gays, je suis pour l'immigration,  je suis pour l'interdiction des armes, je crois dans la théorie de  Darwin, et si vous pensez autrement, ce n'est pas mon putain de problème ;-)
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+Antonio Roji Don't go! Please! I have much enlightenment to ejaculate upon your mind.
Did you know that all those countries that you mentioned border other retarded countries with almost no gun regulation? 
If you look at Australia, country surrounded by no one, they have NO gun deaths!
Evolve beyond the gun!
And by the way, real men come with guns built in! BOOYAA!
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Mr brainiac

» Religious Buffoonery  - 
Islamic Failure Series - Episode 68 - The unsure Allah

When you get asked something and you don't know the answer for sure, other than a decisive Yes or No answer, you may want to say maybe to express your uncertainty about the answer.

It looks that the all knowing Allah is uncertain about some issues!
رُبَمَا يَوَدُّ الَّذِينَ كَفَرُوا لَوْ كَانُوا مُسْلِمِينَ
(Al-Hijr 15:2, Arabic - Original)

Maybe those who disbelieved wish/love if they were Moslems/submitters/surrenderers.
(Al-Hijr 15:2, English - Literal)

Perhaps those who disbelieve will wish that they had been Muslims.
(Al-Hijr 15:2, English - Sahih International)

What's up Allah, aren't you sure what those who disbelieve want? And no, I don't wish I were a Muslim, and I'm a happy disbeliever

#islam #quran #muhammad #failure
#اسلام #قرآن #محمد #فشل 
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My treatise on the Ten Commandments.
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I loved it! Subscribed! :-)
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inner locus

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Why saying you are an Atheist is not enough.
It maybe the beginning of a recovery that, for me is taking a life time. But I happily embrace the life.

My Catholic schooling and Catholicism in general has taught me to judge others and myself without mercy. Judged as bad means punishment will remove the bad from the person. The problem is I judge and punish myself without mercy. This has become increasingly self destructive to the point of self sabotage and accident prone and for wrongs that have never been committed. Like getting a compliment that you have lost weight, ignites a ice cream binge. Your bike riding has gotten you well toned, followed next day with a bike accident. And sabotage a job promotion with, well you get the point. This proverb was pounded into head as a Catholic child.
Mark 10:25 "It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God."
See if you do good you will be clobbered by authority. So to take control and not wait for the other shoe to drop you self destruct and sabotage your right to "Live long and prosper" as Spock would grant for you, and I would like to give myself a chance to prosper too.
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Yea me too. It's all made up. I think most atheists think so.
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Kristi Winters

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My weekly round up of secular news, bad faith-based thinking and Christian privilege.
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Sam Polter

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I am trying to make the argument that there is not alternative to evolution (because creation is ridiculous) on my website 
I am wondering if that is a (at least semi) sound argument. Or will i be shot down in any debate instantly?
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I should have mentioned the two different aspects of evolution in regard to science. One the one hand there are observations of the fact of biological evolution (change in species through time) as observed both in the fossil record in the geological record - and on the other hand there is the theoretical framework of genetics, inheritance, reproduction, ecology, and so on in regard to the biological processes responsible for producing the changes. Creationism, if you read their actual rhetoric, is based on denying both of these to various degrees (the young earth creationists being, of course, the most egregious in this regard, in terms of the massive degree of heads-buried-deeply-in-the-sand denial of the scientific facts).
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Jonathan Cilindro

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“Sadomasochistic” is the adjective form of sadism and masochism combined and is abbreviated S-M or S and M. As defined in the dictionary, the noun form, sadomasochism is “gratification, especially sexual, gained through inflicting or receiving pain.”So, is the God of the Bible sadomasochistic? If so, to whom and from whom?
“The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, ...
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thom dushane

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I have come to the sad personal epiphany, I believe religion to be the great filter in our part of the Fermi paradox. 
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Well said....
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Fox Mccloud

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An open letter Christians, or followers of any other religion or Doctrine:

Though I personally do to not believe in a religion, I have nothing against followers if them as long as they are not radical. However whenever I discuss the topic of religion with my friends or peers who are religious whenever I ask them what proof they have for god they point to their respective religious text. I would like to (in a respectful way if course) point out why that is a fucking horrible argument. That is like saying that the whole Marvel Multiverse is real, because it has book/media devoted to it that in the context says they are real. If I used that logic to say all comic book characters are real you would say I am insane. So please don't use this argument. 
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Watch us The Devil makes Bacon
Something that God doesn't likr people having 
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Isaac Wardel

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“Many religions now come before us with ingratiating smirks and outspread hands, like an unctuous merchant in a bazaar. They offer consolation and solidarity and uplift, competing as they do in a marketplace. But we have a right to remember how barbarically they behaved when they were strong and were making an offer that people could not refuse.”
― Christopher Hitchens
'Doing God’s work'
A Catholic monk has pleaded guilty to harassing a pair of lesbian witches and telling them “we used to burn people like you” during a quarrel over homosexuality.
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And let's make no mistake, if religious zealots somehow regain power they will gleefully torture and burn us in the name of their gods again!
Out of loving concern of course and for our own good.
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I'll actually lick the paint to test it, but other than that it's true👌🏼
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+Hellfire LWD an atheist did
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cecilia FXX

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My wife and I interview Dr. Robert Price, Professor of theology, and expert on Biblical history. This time we're talking about American history, and how badly the Texas State Board of Education has distorted that by inserting their racist Right-wing biases. 

"Who controls the past controls the future; 
who controls the present controls the past". 
-George Orwell, Nineteen Eighty-Four
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We're actually all born agnostic, atheists are agnostic but they resent religion. But yeah it's true
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+Danny​​ Atheist don't resent anyone, they just don't think the DnD meetings that some people have are a legitimate focus on reality. Nor the conclusions of those meetings should be forcefully applied to the rest of the society through law.
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Donald Kronos

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The more large-scale cooperative feats of collective goodness humanity manages to achieve, which should have been done by an all powerful benevolent god if there had been such a thing, but wasn't, the more obvious it necessarily must become to even the more faith deluded of people, that their gods are either imaginary, or evil, or both, and do not deserve their dedication which could be put to so much better use in cooperation with a secular humanity, sharing a bit of what's important to them personally, a bit of their spirit, if you can accept such a term, to accomplish something together which can actually make the future better, rather than begging their imaginary friend to do it for them. -- Donald Arthur Kronos

Greetings. It's been a while since I've gotten in here. Been busy.

I decided to share something I wrote with a few of the atheist communities I'm a member of, but first a few words about why... Have you ever wondered whether theists think we should settle for the world they believe their God gave us, and the things He or She has supposedly done to it, until we're dead?  Well, I say build our mansions and our paradise and whatever else they're hoping their corpse will be given some day.  

And what about their supposed tower of Babel incident, where humans tried to get closer to the beast they worshiped and were rewarded with the curse of forever being unable to understand each other. Well, I say build a bridge between languages so they can grow together and find some common ground for understanding, while still maintaining some uniqueness. Regardless of whether our language situation is nature made, human made, deity made, self made, or made by anything else or any combination of things, the fact remains that WE CAN DO BETTER! Attempts have been made, with some success. The experiments have been performed. Now I suggest we learn from what has been tried, and put the processes of linguistic evolution and scientific experimentation to good use.

With that in mind, please read the following article, either on DuoLingo...
or on Google Plus...

It's long, so be prepared... but I hope by the end of it you will see what I am trying to accomplish, and help me to support it.

If you like what I am trying to do, please consider signing up to DuoLingo (for free), and upvoting any (or all) of the Esper' dialects listed in the following poll...

(In fact, if you would like to encourage the eventual inclusion of a course teaching a dialect of Esper' based on a particular language, and you don't see it listed, simply do your best to transliterate the language name into Esper' orthography as explained in the article, and add ... or ask me to. Then you can vote for that too, and encourage people you know to also include it in their up-votes.)


Donald A. Kronos
Learn languages completely free, without ads or hidden charges. It's fun, easy, and scientifically proven.
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