Hear Hear! to a sinless life! YEEEEES ! :D
So sad about your family name :( what with all the shyte going down in Wisconsin :(
Ezekiel 25:17 in Pulp Fiction.
I did that for a couple of months when I was 15. Was freaky lucky and it impressed people, I'd put on a really serious face and go all goth on them. Had a lot of fun :) Oh except I was palm reading instead of Tarot, but same shyte right ;P
I was going to say, but no need of that.
Nice work, Reggie.
My only sin is using "goddamn" and "Jesus" when I'm swearing, and I only do it to make guttural, fun, swearing combos.
e.g. "Jumping Ju-Jitsu Jesus"
And singing along to "The Catalyst".
My big "sin" used to be telling other atheists that they shouldn't claim to be absolutely certain that there is no god. Having been an atheist since the dark days when almost all of us were in the closet I found that most who were "out" were falling into that trap without realizing that they were being played by the theists. Fortunately, these days there are a lot more of us and it seems as if almost every new atheist understands the game theists are trying to play: They are playing the "I am going to shift the burden of proof by goading you into claiming certainty" game.
I also sometimes mention god as if I believed. This is a linguistic habit I learned at a very young age. It would be difficult to unlearn, and I see no reason to unlearn it because it helps me avoid prejudice on occasion.
[...] They are playing the "I am going to shift the burden of proof by goading you into claiming certainty" game.[...]
Very very interesting, I'm happy for you, there are still oodles of agnostics and atheists who tow that exact religious paradigm. And it drives me a little nuts, so yes, it is a great atheist sin!
I think "Spirit in the Sky" is a fantastic song.
There, I said it.