I bet you’re great at parties.
I bet you’re great at parties.
wow great post A+ good job
ooo tough question
I think Tina and Amy’s faces after “So which side are you on? Team Taylor or Team Amy & Tina?” perfectly sum up my reaction to the question “So which side are you on? Team Taylor or Team Amy & Tina?”.
#8 True Story: Cat Greenleaf got wrecked at a dinner I was at and proceeded to give me an hour of unsolicited, terrible advice. It was beautiful and she’s a wonderful woman.
…that wasn’t Macauley Culkin?
#6 This costume is legitimately fantastic, and the old one is just garbage anyway. Marvel, please look this girl up and hire her to officially redesign Scarlet Witch.
#23 You graduated five years ago and Hassan’s number is STILL in your phone book.
Seems to me like she made a pretty even-handed attempt at addressing all sides of these verses. It didn’t sound like anything was twisted or presented out of context.
Someone was at the SyFy movie night last week…
Way ahead of you: http://www.buzzfeed.com/seancurry1/detective-munch-from-law-order-is-tvs-kevin-b-5qqa
durrr durr durr durrrrrrrr this is what you sound like when you talk durr durr durrrrrr
Really? You got different results by changing your answers? Fascinating.
Thankfully all terrorists, robbers, and school shooters have enormous, easy-to-shoot heads.
There are a number of Futurama episodes that made me feel the feels.
#13 Oh my god it’s the Forest Temple.
Dude, speak for yourself. This caviar is pretty divine.
Ugh, right? It’s like, once I’ve seen it, then everyone’s already seen it.
UGH i know right?
#22 I had no idea Static existed before his cartoon show, crazy.
#12… there was a snickerdoodle cookie flavor?!
#27 Look, most of these are from crazy people, but no one can look at furious red-eyed black horse outside the Denver Airport and not think it’s evil.
I know! He should have at least credited where he got each image from.
“Wouldn’t the patient who received Spidey’s blood become a Spider-Person?” They actually won’t. Spidey’s transfused his blood into a number of people, most notably Aunt May when she was dying, and they didn’t become Spider-folk. His semen is known to induce cancer, however.
What if I told you that there are people on the internet who don’t read reddit?
Or Jaleel White (URKEL) in Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus?
Hahahaha excellent point, I hadn’t even thought of this one!
This was one of the most intense experiences I’ve ever had.
> I don’t care how many of these are made, they will still never match the original, “Live long and prosper —Han Solo [with picture of Mal Reynolds]” Truth. > you guys did a hell of a job annoying people to the point that they don’t get the joke Thanks!
#14 And they just happened to have a coop to keep it comfortably in.
Same goes for all the Doctor Whos and stormtroopers. The rules at RenFaire are pretty loose.
I think you are confusing the definition of “atheism”. > I think what you describe is agnosticism, not atheism. The words are not mutually exclusive. I’d say I’m an agnostic atheist: there is no way to know, but there probably isn’t an intelligent, extra-dimensional creator God/being. Anyone who says that there is definitely a way to know that there is no God for a fact would be a gnostic atheist. Anyone who claims there is a way to know for a fact that there definitely is a God is a gnostic theist. This chart [http://reason-being.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/chart.png] helps explain this idea better. > The word atheist conjures up a whole set of other inflammatory connotations, namely the hubris to claim you somehow have enough knowledge to state there is no god. It provides religious fundamentalists a valid objection to your belief system, thus invalidating the otherwise good points you have to make. Atheism is not a “belief system”. It’s a statement that I have not yet been convinced of the veracity of the claim, “God definitely exists.” > The question for any atheist/agnostic to answer is this: [A] do you truly disbelieve that there is any type of intelligence is behind existence, or [B] are you just objectionable to the popular conceptions of god as presented in traditional religions? I am definitely [B]- no organized religion in recorded history has presented an idea of what “god” would be that holds up to any kind of scrutiny or logical testing. In regards to [A], I am stating that I have no idea. It’s certainly possible, but no evidence presented yet has been strong enough to make me believe one way or the other for sure. That said, I think that the existence of a sentient intelligent being — in the way that humans have come to understand “sentient intelligent beings” — outside of this reality that is responsible for its creation and maintenance is highly unlikely. Could this reality have a higher meaning? Could there be something that exists outside of it? There could be, but sufficient proof has not been provided yet to support those claims. > But to declare an outright statement that God does not exist seems a bit bold in the face of existence itself, in the complexity and wonder that appears before your eyes in every moment. I am not saying, nor did I say at any point in this post, that God does not exist. I lack a belief that he does.
> I think that science reveals ever more places where God has reached out and touched existence. If one looks at science as a way of revealing the secrets of the universe, and God being the cause of that universe, then this can work. In that point in the post, I was referring to people who try to say that the things science doesn’t understand yet can’t ever be understood by science, and are therefore solely the realm of the supernatural. > Good kind and moral people are welcome in most places. Agreed. > Atheists rely on faith to deny god because they can no more prove that God does not exist than the faithful can prove he does. There are people who claim that God does not exist for a fact. I think you’re correct in saying that claim requires faith as well, but I’d also say that the majority of atheists simply claim that they have not yet witnessed sufficient evidence to support the claim, “God definitely exists,” and are waiting for more evidence to be presented before making a definitive judgement. I am one of those people, but I believe that the existence of an intelligent, extra-dimensional creator being that has a personal interest in my specific life is highly unlikely. > Atheists are actually quite buggered, because I can not see how one can deny the existence of something whose existence one is trying to dismiss. Does denying the existence of unicorns bugger me as well?
There were two “eras” of All That, the golden years with the original cast, and a revival with a new cast a few years after Season 6.
What’s a “true” atheist, and what makes them truer than a regular atheist?
But to come out about your disbelief helps us all drum up sympathizers!
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