Post by Dragon Zachski on Jul 15, 2010 17:16:17 GMT -5
Actually, we already have that.
It's called the comments section.
If you see me typing in "quotes", that's because I'm remembering what it was like to be a fundie and then typing as if I was one :3 "Please. Understand that I only want to share God's love with you. I mean you no harm, really. You need to stop sinning."
Post by Caitshidhe on Jul 15, 2010 18:11:51 GMT -5
If you find atheist quotes, I think you're allowed to put them on the mainpage with the religious fundie quotes. We used to (and might still, I dunno, I haven't been to the mainpage in quite some time) have an award for 'Secular Fundie of the Month'. People can be asshole atheists and secular fundies--saying stupid shit on the internet isn't JUST for religious fundamentalists, kids!
I have a thing about golden calves. They belong on the FSTDT barbecue, and I mean all of them. If someone might be thinking I have one I'm holding back, point it out, and I'll be the first to have it on the grill.
One does not simply Riddily Diddily into Mordor. Or do they?
Post by godlesspanther on Oct 18, 2010 19:56:11 GMT -5
I noticed the misspelled title too and I thought it was a fundie troll. No offense to the original poster, that's just what I thought.
I read the thread in RR about the news article on the "Hair-Dryer De-Baptism" and the fundies seemed to get a kick out that one. Personally I thought it was stupid too, although, unlike the fundies, I understood that it was intended as a joke. I just thought it was a lame one.
I will readily admit that I do come across atheists who "FUCKIN TIPE LIK THIS AND THEY DONT USE PUNTUATION BCUZS ITS TO HARD TO RITE A CUMPLEET SENTANCE" or something. I have, on occasion, pointed out that criticizing fundies may be more effective if you manage to refrain from typing like on.
I love how people who disagree with them are "nutters". Stalin would be proud.
"If the Bible had contained a passage that claimed gravity is caused by God pulling objects toward the ground with magic invisible threads, we'd still be debating Newton with idiots too." -- Charlie Brooker