Not Guilty. By reason of insanity.. Well, that guy looks like Morgan Freeman, so I'd say yes, God is in the room. Not Guilty By reason of insanity Well that guy looks like Morgan Freeman so I'd say yes God is in the room
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - Cleavland Steamer
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Well, that guy looks like Morgan Freeman, so I'd say yes, God is in the room.
#2 to #1 - chthulhu
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User avatar #3 to #2 - Cleavland Steamer
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Ah, I haven't seen the episode.
#7 to #2 - midnightrain
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**midnightrain rolled a random image posted in comment #30055 at Shin Anime Social Board ** no
#4 to #2 - anon id: 9e8188e0
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No it isn't
#38 to #4 - landkaer
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Not in the original airing, but in this content it would seem so..
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User avatar #13 - MorganFreeman
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Yes
User avatar #82 to #13 - ixcarnifexxi
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This will probably be the highest rated comment.
#21 to #13 - therollingstones
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User avatar #6 - thepyras
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OP, I think from here out I'm just not going to stop reading your posts. I've been going through them on your profile, and you post a lot in the atheism channel, and they aren't even funny posts. A lot of times it's just you misunderstanding what was actually satire and going all "atheist master race" on us. I doubt you even think half of these are funny, you just hate religious people.
#8 to #6 - teranin [OP]
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I'm glad that you're just not going to stop reading my posts, and instead will continue to read and enjoy them regardless of your personal opinions about their merit. Good for you.
I'm glad that you're just not going to stop reading my posts, and instead will continue to read and enjoy them regardless of your personal opinions about their merit. Good for you.
#9 to #8 - dixieman **User deleted account**
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#81 to #9 - anon id: 2ff97a38
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Your icon is kind of off-putting in this situation though...
#11 to #9 - anon id: 66cb30b9
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redneck
User avatar #73 to #11 - vicsix
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Oh no, his argument is perfect, better insult him to make myself feel better!
#10 to #9 - teranin [OP]
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It's not about religion not making sense, it's about religion's negative effect on humanity. It has a prevalent quantifiable detrimental effect on the progress of our species, and it is therefore my enemy.
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User avatar #76 to #20 - theugandanhero
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This is the only comment I've read in this thread thus far.
And I must say that you indeed nailed it on the head.
#84 to #20 - anon id: 636b74eb
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He has a point though. And he really isn't making fun of religion, he's pointing out facts. It's best to eliminate irrational thought.
User avatar #28 to #20 - teranin [OP]
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I would be forced to disagree, since you are well within your power to simply ignore me. I'm not, say, coming to your door and knocking on it asking to talk about it, nor am I, say, murdering you for disagreeing with me. Funny how that works.
#34 to #28 - anon id: e65fc340
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its about time before people like you will start doing that since you already mention religions are your enemy, species by nature will hunt and kill their enemy, all religions, cults start by saying "we are peace" and suddenly hundred years after they are majority, persecution everywhere
User avatar #37 to #34 - teranin [OP]
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No, that's actually not how it works to people who don't think that killing people is right under any circumstances. As it turns out, people die when they are killed, and when you can't justify that death with an afterlife, it's only ever tragic.
#43 to #37 - anon id: e65fc340
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no thats how it works, and for people like you will find what are those circumstance according to your belief
#25 to #10 - skullnigga
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there are a lot of things that have negative effects, and posting it on funnyjunk isn't going to help, get over it.
there are a lot of things that have negative effects, and posting it on funnyjunk isn't going to help, get over it.
User avatar #15 to #10 - luigicart
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but it also has improved certain aspects of society that you obviously have overlooked
like food
User avatar #17 to #15 - Hreidmar
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And music. Look at most things prior to the 19th century.
User avatar #18 to #15 - teranin [OP]
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Yes, in the past there were things that were done by religion that were of benefit. Those times are long gone, however, and the bad has far outweighed the good.
User avatar #24 to #18 - therollingstones
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>Fellow non-theist
The idea of religion is believing, hoping in something better than the world around you, and finding happiness not in posessions but in yourself. It's the men who take it too far that cause things such as war, or the dark ages. But people like that rarely exist (at least in positions of power) now, but the religion is still highly integrated with the culture. Don't make yourself look bad by raging against an idea.
User avatar #26 to #24 - teranin [OP]
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The idea of religion is control, to allow a premise to engineer a false power over other human beings and manipulate them into doing what you want. All it has ever been and all it will ever be is a method of control. (which is not to say that such control hasn't proven useful in the past)
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User avatar #69 to #68 - teranin [OP]
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In answer to your statement, I agree that religion does have that use for the controlled, regardless of it's validity, but that does not make it any less a system of control. In answer to your image, the content has a lot of green thumbs, so does that mean I should keep posting atheist content? Thanks for the info!
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User avatar #75 to #71 - teranin [OP]
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I really don't have time to go into a detailed history lesson on this, I'm sorry because I wish I did. I'm not some nutjob suggesting that reptiles are controlling our minds or some nonsense, I'm saying that religion has been used (and still is, although to a lessened degree certainly throughout the western world) as a system of control primarily by those in charge of said religions. If you don't agree and see it that way that's of course your perogative, and while I could wax at great length of the innumerable examples of control using religion I unfortunately have to go to work tommorow and need to pass out. Just ask yourself, what reason would any group or organization ever have to outlaw a thought crime? In other words, why have the 1st and 10th commandments, completely unenforceable in practice, be talked up as the gravest of breaches of the presupposed "laws" in western religion? (And yes, those 10 commandments are valid for all 3 of the major western religons)
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User avatar #103 to #100 - teranin [OP]
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Osama Bin Laden, and it should be self explanatory.

Pope Benedict, preventing people in africa that follow catholicism from recieving condoms to help stymie their unsupportable birth rates and AIDS epidemic.

Charlemaigne, again this should be self explanatory.

Every monarch that has ever used divine right to rule over a populace.

Ayatollah Kohemeni, Using his state control to massacre thousands in an attempted genocide

Pope Pius XII (and all popes, but this one in particular) and his support for Adolf Hitler granting creedence to his massacre of the jewish people and his right to lead Germany

I could go on for quite some time.
#31 to #26 - bigrog
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No
#29 to #18 - bigrog
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for you, just because you don't feel you need it does not mean others dont. Dont try to speak for the world.
#32 to #29 - teranin [OP]
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I speak for the trees ************. Lorax represent.
#33 to #32 - bigrog
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I like that. Got a real laugh from that. Congrats, first actual funny post I've seen from you
User avatar #35 to #33 - teranin [OP]
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there have been others, although admittedly I have posted a lot of atheist content.
#39 to #35 - bigrog
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yearned a green thumb from me
User avatar #19 to #18 - luigicart
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you can't exactly forget the past because we still reap the benefits of said past even today
User avatar #30 to #19 - teranin [OP]
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who forgot? I'm simply saying religion is now only an engine for negative effects, not that it always has been.
User avatar #41 to #30 - luigicart
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but that's still not true, it's just that people pay more attention to the bad side
and life today would be much different were it not for religion
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#27 to #10 - bigrog
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No, it didn't. Not more than anything else. If anyone religion has often helped man advance and led to some of the greatest creation in life, whether it be culture, art, and often even science. True there have been instances where PEOPLE held us back using it as there reason, but at one point or another pretty much everything has been used to hold back our society, whether it be religion, science, culture, tradition, innovation, ect. Just because some people will use these things wrong does not mean they are evil or bad.
#80 to #10 - omniscientreason
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I completly understand your view point. I hate religion too, I absolutely despise it. But I love the people. I hate what they believe because of how it hinders humanity so ******* much, but I forgive them for not knowing any better and do my best to politely educate them without being offensive.

If your posting **** thats pure hate knock that **** off. You can bring to attention the contradictions, ignorance, immorality, and all the negative things about religion in a more subtle way broman.

Plus people will be more willing to hear what you have to say if you can make a point without pissing off a good portion of the people who view your content.

btw not many people realize just how bad religion is for this species and will never be a more positive than negative thing so good on you for that conclusion.
User avatar #97 to #80 - teranin [OP]
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Yeah perhaps but was this post really "pure hate"? It was a silly joke from the simpsons, and a few people took it the wrong way. There's a reason it had over 1000 thumbs
#51 to #10 - mrmamric
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Religion is a spiritual guide for morals and proper behavior. Even if you don't believe in religion, most of them preach good and talk about loving thy neighbor. In fact, most, if not all, wars that have been tied to religion is due to actual LACK of faith. People who don't fully believe in the teachings of their church that radically move to destroy under a holy guise.
Religion is a spiritual guide for morals and proper behavior. Even if you don't believe in religion, most of them preach good and talk about loving thy neighbor. In fact, most, if not all, wars that have been tied to religion is due to actual LACK of faith. People who don't fully believe in the teachings of their church that radically move to destroy under a holy guise.
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#57 to #40 - allanenraged
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#72 to #40 - anon id: 80813f48
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He's not actually being hyprocritical. He's simply posting atheistic things on an atheist channel. If people want to ignore the post, then they can do so. He is not being hypocritical in saying that and continuing to post things relating to it.
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User avatar #42 to #40 - teranin [OP]
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On the first one, you're taking the quote out of context completely since it was just me making fun of that sassy guy's accidental use of a double negative

Second one does not compel one to ignore, merely posits the possibility. I choose not to, because religion keeps killing people.

Third one, I don't control anyone, I tell **** like it is to people but I do not ask them to do anything, merely point out the rubbish inherent in their belief systems. Control would be manipulating their belief systems to get them to do the things I want.

Please try again.
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User avatar #102 to #99 - teranin [OP]
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... Religion keeps being used as justification for killing people, my bad on the poor wording
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User avatar #105 to #104 - teranin [OP]
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Just because there aren't a lot of instances of current use of christianity as an excuse to kill, does not mean that there hasn't been a metric ******* of it in the past. Hell, even buddhists committed genocide for their religion, during the late 16th century in japan when they exiled and slaughtered christians that were in their land. There are also the Hindu's and the mass murders they have done in the name of their religion, mostly against each other. The only religions I know of that have been around for a while and as far as I know have not been used as an excuse for mass murder are Taoism and Judaism. Of course, that statement isn't taking into account dead religions, or the really new ones like Mormonism and Scientology. So yes, not ALL religions have been used to legitimize murder, but generally the biggest ones have, en masse, directly been used as a reason for murder. Also I'm not even including the mass deaths caused by other actions of these religions, such as the church's ****** up reaction to the bubonic plague, Islam's complete rejection of science in the late 12th century, the current ******** in africa where condoms are denied to a people who are being ravaged by aids and starvation thanks to the vatican... I mean the list of atrocities just goes on and on and on and on... So while some of the religions may not be blaring examples of this tragic rationale, they do share a commonality in that they are a faith based belief system that acts as a control for how people act, and still operate as an efficient method for the leaders of said religions to direct their sheep how they see fit (Yes, I know people have free will, but if you truly believe what your religion tells you then that free will is going to side with the orders of the religion's leaders).

So, yes, perhaps it is a bit narrow of vision to speciously attack every religion there is, but I still can't help but feel like attacking those religions is benefitting my species, and that the eventual move away from those religions will mean a safer transition for our species into a type 1 civilization, and ensure our future.
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User avatar #62 to #42 - smittywrbmnjnsn
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"Taking the quote out of context" said every religious character when someone uses a biblical quote against them.
User avatar #67 to #62 - teranin [OP]
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That's certainly true but it's pretty clear in this case, with him constructing such an obvious strawman out of a clear mockery.
User avatar #70 to #67 - smittywrbmnjnsn
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Oh, I understand.
I was just pointing it out for its irony.
I am on your side to a point.
I support your ability to make jokes about anything.
But I will not back you...for it is up to an individual to defend his own argument.
User avatar #78 to #8 - mgarrigan
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ur a phag
User avatar #50 to #8 - Jesusnipples
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I share your religious beliefs, but you seem like kind of a dick.
#14 - captnpl
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God is the only character in the Simpsons that has five fingers on each hand.
#52 to #14 - chuclitsaltyballs
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4 fingers and 1 thumb*
User avatar #60 to #52 - smittywrbmnjnsn
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Are you in third grade?
#23 - vade
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#53 to #23 - thefatmenace
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He's right you know
User avatar #55 - allanenraged
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look at all the butthurt op has caused to the fanatics. good job op.
op was not a faggot today.
User avatar #91 to #55 - vivapinatapro
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God Damn, you're cool.
#48 - mrmamric
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I don't know whether to be saddened or happy that this is actually a picture that I, and many others, use frequently.
#5 - masterboll
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this scene was actually taking the piss out of the overreaction that comes as a result of ignorance towards understanding God
#36 to #5 - brinden
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Much simpler than that.

>Marge is hoping they don't find her insane, she prays to God (a conventional and ordinary thing people do)
>They ask her about God as if they had never ever heard of this concept before, leading Marge into more trouble.

The reaction they take is obviously ridiculous since praying to God is so widely practised, the fact that this simple act helps make their decision to find her insane (which she was trying to avoid) makes it ironic

#44 to #36 - masterboll
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stop being so neutral this instant!
User avatar #95 - robinwilliamson
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For the sake of argument and critical thought, let's assume he is omnipresent.
He would be present whilst a woman is being viciously beaten in an alley with her 5 year old son standing by in fear and maybe even punched by two gang members looking for money. The woman goes to church, accepts Jesus, is a generally good person overall, as well as her son, and the two muggers are also religious. The woman is killed, the men get the money, and the child is lost and traumatized.
If god is always present, he would be present in times anyway related to this, everywhere in the world, even other planets possibly holding intelligent life. There has never been evidence that there has ever been any divine intervention even once for something like this. And by doing nothing, he is in favor of the muggers, just like being a bystander yourself not doing anything is favoring a bully.
Often argued by free will arguments, that wouldn't be substantial enough of an argument. God not acting against the muggers free will, allows muggers to impose upon the innocent people's free will, also putting god in favor of the evil.
Would it not?
#45 - comehonorfacetwice
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Today, I learned that teranin is a ******* asshole. Thank you, thepyras
#46 to #45 - teranin [OP]
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Well, I don't agree with what you say, sir, but I'll defend to the death your right to say it.
Well, I don't agree with what you say, sir, but I'll defend to the death your right to say it.
#47 to #46 - comehonorfacetwice
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You forgot two quotations and this " - Voltaire"
User avatar #49 to #47 - teranin [OP]
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Hmm, thanks, didn't know who that quote was from.
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