October 4, 2012
…last one. #roughnight

…last one. #roughnight

June 9, 2012
Thought of the day

Militant Islam is to militant atheism as serial killer is to cat lady.

April 8, 2012
I’ve never understood the significance of Jesus dying for our sins if he just up and resurrects himself three days later. That’s like saying that if I donated all of my wealth to a charity and sued to get it all back three days later because of some legal technicality, I’d STILL be the most generous man on Earth. I don’t think it works that way.

Happy Easter!

April 1, 2012
"When you meet somebody who claims to be religious, ask them what they really believe. If you meet someone who says he’s Catholic, for example, say: ‘What do you mean? Do you just mean you were baptized Catholic?’ Because I’m not impressed by that… When you met somebody who claims to be Christian, ask her, ask him: ‘What do you really believe?’ And in many cases they will give you an answer that is no more convincing than ‘That I like to be a good person.’… For example, if they say they’re Catholic: ‘Do you really believe that when a priest blesses a wafer, it turns into the body of Christ? Are you seriously telling me you believe that? Are you seriously saying that wine turns into blood?’ Mock them, ridicule them… in public. Don’t fall for the convention that we’re all too polite to talk about religion. Religion is not off the table. Religion is not off limits. Religion makes specific claims about the universe which need to be substantiated and need to be challenged and, if necessary, need to be ridiculed with contempt."

— Richard Dawkins at the Reason Rally, March 24th, 2012 (via fuckyeahatheism)

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February 16, 2012
"God is without sin"

ih8religion:

gallium-knight:

Gluttony: Reaching the point where you are literally made of food and alcohol

Sloth: Devoting 1/7th of your week to the complete avoidance of any work

Envy: Expecting to be everyone’s one and only God

Pride: Creating a race of ignorent slaves to worship you

Vanity: Making that race in your image

Lust: Impregnating one of those slaves

Wrath: Drowning your slaves because you don’t like them anymore

^^ This is brilliant!!

-Ty

LOVE this.

(Source: the-gallium-knight, via )

January 10, 2012

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December 17, 2011
friendlyatheist:

christinsanity:

Even though you can’t hear me and I never got to write to you, You, sir, have changed my life, you helped me to break free out of prison of religion. You opened my eyes and lead me to better life. For that I say - THANK YOU thousand times. You and your criticism, open mind and refusal to accept wrongdoings of poisonous religions will prevail and live within those who had the honor to learn from you.
I salute you, Sir.

Indeed.

friendlyatheist:

christinsanity:

Even though you can’t hear me and I never got to write to you, You, sir, have changed my life, you helped me to break free out of prison of religion. You opened my eyes and lead me to better life. For that I say - THANK YOU thousand times. You and your criticism, open mind and refusal to accept wrongdoings of poisonous religions will prevail and live within those who had the honor to learn from you.

I salute you, Sir.

Indeed.

November 7, 2011

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October 23, 2011
goodreasonnews:

lol, I know right.

This cracked my smile open for a moment.

goodreasonnews:

lol, I know right.

This cracked my smile open for a moment.

October 16, 2011
Richard Dawkins: [The Magic of Reality] is a book about science. It doesn't talk about God.
Bill O'Reilly: It mocks God, I looked at it. Come on!
Richard Dawkins: Which bit have you looked at?
Bill O'Reilly: I went through that book, and you're basically saying that everything can be explained by science. Correct?
Richard Dawkins: Well, everything about the natural world can be explained by science. But where does that mock God?
Bill O'Reilly: Yeah, it basically says that these things are myths, they're not really true.
Richard Dawkins: Every chapter has myths at the beginning--
Bill O'Reilly: Ah-ha!
Richard Dawkins: Some of them are Aztec myths, there are ancient Egyptian myths, Greek myths, Judeo-Christian myths.
Bill O'Reilly: Whatever! Don't play these semantic games with me! You know what you're doing. You're trying to get to the kids and say, "You're an idiot if you believe in God."
Richard Dawkins: It's got nothing to do with God! I'm talking about myths from all over the world. The Judeo-Christian myth is thrown in occasionally, as one of many myths that come from around the world.
Bill O'Reilly: But the Judeo-Christian philosophy isn't a myth. It's reality.
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