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Wednesday, September 26th, 2007
4:29 pm
Saturday, February 17th, 2007
1:16 pm
Okay, you all know that "Dark Dungeons" comic, right? The anti-D&D propaganda crap. It's at http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/0046/0046_01.asp if you want to see it. Now, keep in mind that these people are COMPLETELY SERIOUS about this anti-RP stuff.

Just to mess with them, I just sent them an email praising their 'satire'Collapse )

I am eagerly anticipating the crazy response I'll no doubt get. I'll post it here when it arrives.
Friday, November 3rd, 2006
5:27 pm
Written September 29, 2003 by Matthew

Originally published at Memories of Matthew. Please leave any comments there.

Today after class, I tried to figure out why people believe in their religions so much. If someone came forward today and said, “God has been speaking to me every night for the past two years. I have written down all He has told me. The book is called the Modern Testament,” he would probably be labeled as a nut case. However, that basically is what a prophet is.

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Wednesday, October 4th, 2006
11:50 pm
Written September 25, 2003 by Matthew

Originally published at Memories of Matthew. Please leave any comments there.

This whole religion thing really blows my mind. When my professor was talking about some of the rules associated with various religions, I couldn’t help but wonder how brainwashed people must be to actually follow this shit.

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Monday, September 4th, 2006
9:18 pm
Written September 4, 2003 by Matt

Originally published at Memories of Matthew. Please leave any comments there.

I got into another fight with my father today. He saw that I was reading his bible and got excited. I guess he thought I was reading for some sort of spiritual purpose. In a way he was correct, but it wasn’t the spiritual sense he was hoping for. I started asking him some questions about the thoughts and questions I had about his religion. I could immediately sense the tension just by looking at his eyes. It is impossible to speak to the man. Especially about these matters.

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Saturday, September 2nd, 2006
6:02 pm
Written September 2, 2003 by Matt

Originally published at Memories of Matthew. Please leave any comments there.

My father once told me, “Have faith in your own religion.” Is it really my religion? How did I choose it? Do I really have a choice? How do we know which religion is right? How does God make his decision about who goes to heaven and hell?

Today I hung out with John and once again I brought up the religion thing. I believe I came up with one of my best arguments yet. My argument to him was pretty much the questions I asked above. I asked John, "what if I was born Muslim or Jewish? What if it was all I knew from my birth? What if my parents raised me to follow the strict rules of a religion?" I know that in many religions, in order to be accepted by its God or Gods, you must be a follower, a believer and obey certain laws. You must follow the writings in some ancient texts, most of which have been rewritten or revised countless times. How do we know which one is right? How do we know any of them are right?

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This journal was written by my friend Matt. He has passed away since writing it and this project is to publish his writings to the world. To get a better understanding of the purpose this project, please read the about section on the website.

Also, most entries will not be posted within this community.
Add me as a friend if you are interested in reading more.


Wednesday, May 17th, 2006
10:33 pm
I thought I might expose this falsifier.


He is using satanism and atheism as bait for his religious crusade.

Current Mood: infuriated
Thursday, May 11th, 2006
12:26 am
jesus was bi curious by the fabulous dung beatles
everyone that belongs to this group should go watch

in fact, check out their myspace page

Current Mood: amused
Tuesday, March 7th, 2006
2:51 pm
Democrat for Senate: Kill practicing 'gays' He's a trucker (of course) from Ohio that claims we're a godless country and it is the government's duty to instill morality and advocate biblical values.

Well well well. I don't think anything can really be said about this guy.
Let's paraphrase, shall we.
-Let's make homosexuality a capital crime (punishable by the death penalty)
-Instill religious conversion (to christianity of course) as part of the war on terror
-Demand prayer in public schools
-Deprive people that "believe in" evolution of their basic rights... (then claims evolution goes against the declaration of independance)

Need I go on or does the level of lunacy and stupidity speak for itself. Way to go, christianity, beating your own record of insane ignorance every day!

I wonder sometimes if christianity is, perhaps, the biggest practical joke of all time and they're all sitting somewhere laughing, and on their supposed judgement day they've been blathering on about for so long, they're all going to jump out of the bushes and yell "GOTCHA!".
At least I really sincerely hope so, because otherwise there is really no excuse for such blind stupidity.
Wednesday, March 1st, 2006
5:40 pm
(cross-posted to a few forums)

New Florida town looks to ban abortions, pornography and contraceptives

By Brian Skoloff
10:46 a.m. March 1, 2006

NAPLES, Fla.- If Domino's Pizza founder Thomas S. Monaghan has his way, a new town being built in Florida will be governed according to strict Roman Catholic principles, with no place to get an abortion, pornography or birth control.
The pizza magnate is bankrolling the project with at least $250 million and calls it "God's will."
Civil libertarians say the plan is unconstitutional and are threatening to sue.

The town of Ave Maria is being constructed around Ave Maria University, the first Catholic university to be built in the United States in about 40 years. Both are set to open next year about 25 miles east of Naples in southwestern Florida.
The town and the university, developed in partnership with the Barron Collier Co., an agricultural and real estate business, will be set on 5,000 acres with a European-inspired town center, a massive church and what planners call the largest crucifix in the nation, at nearly 65 feet tall. Monaghan envisions 11,000 homes and 20,000 residents.
During a speech last year at a Catholic men's gathering in Boston, Monaghan said that in his community, stores will not sell pornographic magazines, pharmacies will not carry condoms or birth control pills, and cable television will have no X-rated channels.
Homebuyers in Ave Maria will own their property outright. But Monaghan and Barron Collier will control all commercial real estate in the town, meaning they could insert provisions in leases to restrict the sale of certain items.
"I believe all of history is just one big battle between good and evil. I don't want to be on the sidelines," Monaghan, who sold Domino's Pizza in 1998 to devote himself to doing good works, said in a recent Newsweek interview.

Robert Falls, a spokesman for the project, said Tuesday that attorneys are still reviewing the legal issues and that Monaghan had no comment in the meantime.
"If they attempt to do what he apparently wants to do, the people of Naples and Collier County, Florida, are in for a whole series of legal and constitutional problems and a lot of litigation indefinitely into the future," warned Howard Simon, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida.
Florida Attorney General Charlie Crist said it will be up to the courts to decide the legalities of the plan. "The community has the right to provide a wholesome environment," he said. "If someone disagrees, they have the right to go to court and present facts before a judge."

Gov. Jeb Bush, at the site's groundbreaking earlier this month, lauded the development as a new kind of town where faith and freedom will merge to create a community of like-minded citizens. Bush, a convert to Catholicism, did not speak specifically to the proposed restrictions.
"While the governor does not personally believe in abortion or pornography, the town, and any restrictions they may place on businesses choosing to locate there, must comply with the laws and constitution of the state and federal governments," Russell Schweiss, a spokesman for the governor, said Tuesday.

Frances Kissling, president of the liberal Washington-based Catholics for a Free Choice, likened Monaghan's concept to Islamic fundamentalism.
"This is un-American," Kissling said. "I don't think in a democratic society you can have a legally organized township that will seek to have any kind of public service whatsoever and try to restrict the constitutional rights of citizens."


Well well.
Two reactions I have really.Reactions under cutCollapse )

So you heard /*my*/ reaction, now I'm curious about yours.
Wednesday, January 4th, 2006
6:24 pm
Hey everyone i HATE relgion with a pssion and read Angel Sanctuary witch is the most religous blasphemy in anime ever> YAY DIE GOD DIE. At thanksgiving i told everyone that if they speak of God or pray they cannot eat. lol And when we get our car it's going to say (die god) on it. Yes kill that bastard!!!!!!

Current Mood: lazy
Monday, November 14th, 2005
12:30 pm
Hullo, all. I think this is the appropriate place to make jokes.
OMG! so liek, all the gay(<3333) peeps in the whole world EVAR will be in this "hell" ur talkign about! omfg! i liek totally have to go! itll be 1 hUGE PARTAY!!!!1

*coughs* And, er, [sic] for that whole blurb. I just came up with it one day. It's great. Make it your motto.
Also, one amazingly funny phrase:
vibrates at the speed of JESUS!
Yeh. You may have heard it. Yo.

*grins* Howdy, y'all.
Saturday, November 12th, 2005
4:49 am
If you ever get really ambitious... ;-)
I was reading a story about Anne Rice dedicating her writing efforts from now on to "the Lord" and saying she was starting with a story about a young JC. While someone I know defended the concept to me, saying she loved AR's work and would read the new one, I replied that, sice her main characters are from another book, as I saw it, it would be little more that Jesus Slashfic.

Then it hit me that there should be a place for Jesus (and any other dieties) Slashfic.

Thus godslash was born. Feel free to come on over and dive in :-)
Monday, September 12th, 2005
11:33 pm
Hey, I wanna kick jesus in the nads too! Can I be a part of your jehova-bashing party?


Blasphemy! Enslave the pulpit dog and his family!

Current Mood: blasphemous rage
Friday, September 2nd, 2005
4:46 pm

Dude, wtf?  I get this thing from a church in the mail, I decide to open it for the humor I am sure to find from whatever is inside....you go to hell and you dieCollapse )

Current Mood: amused

Friday, August 26th, 2005
1:42 pm
More Brainstorming on Religions

Here is the original Brainstorm on common ground Religions share.  I didn't get much responce to it, so I am going fwd with the sections I created.

Features of Religion
Answering Questions
The Para-real

What function do these features perform?  Are there other features I am missing?

Current Mood: curious
12:31 pm
Here is my introduction.

I am joining a number of groups to get information on religion in general, and this is definately one of the groups I am hoping to get responces from.

Current Mood: Hi
Friday, August 5th, 2005
9:57 pm
First Post
Seem's like it's kind of a dead community
now that I've looked... but it looks like
it could be decently fun. Anyone still
paying attention to it? *hopes*
Monday, July 11th, 2005
12:15 am
I like to think that Jesus is a cool guy.

I know this is old, and most of you have more than likely seen this, but I just think it's really funny.

<img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v459/magikalwounds/buddy.jpg" alt="Image hosted by Photobucket.com">

oh yeah, I don't know if anybody knows about this or not, but it's pretty fun!


This one is only for the NY Metropolitan area, so I couldn't arrange a date ='(


Current Mood: amused
Saturday, July 2nd, 2005
8:45 am

Actually this communtiy just popped up on my friends' page...weird.  But it seems cool.  So, here is my first contribution...it's a little late, but I still think it's funnyCollapse )

Current Mood: dorky

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