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Atwas911 left a comment for David Pietrzak
"If there was a button.. Sitting here on my desk that could do just that.. I would slam it over and over again until my hands were nothing but bloody stumps at the end of my wrists."
Dec 22, 2011
Bailey McNulty commented on David Pietrzak's blog post 'Where do we draw the line? Do we really stand for what WE believe in?'
"I think what David was trying to say was "what if every religious person vanished" not necessarily dead but not necessarily alive.  Not to change the question but what if the question were "if you could put every religious person…"
Dec 5, 2011
John Kelly commented on David Pietrzak's blog post 'REALLLYYY???'
"Lol, now that was funny.  But if most of your jokes won't make sense anyway, I would have gotten bored. I go only to parties with people who use real wit with their humor.  Or really good food."
Dec 3, 2011
John Kelly commented on David Pietrzak's blog post 'REALLLYYY???'
"The parasite argument is funny, but is a strawman logical fallacy.  Actually I don't really find logical fallacies funny as I have a natural ability to spot them better than most, but I can recognize what constitutes funny on a basis of…"
Dec 3, 2011
Jason D. Johnson commented on David Pietrzak's blog post 'Where do we draw the line? Do we really stand for what WE believe in?'
"No.  Murder is wrong for any reason.  I am an atheist, not an immoral psychopath.  Atheist does not mean evil."
Dec 3, 2011
Kir Komrik commented on David Pietrzak's blog post 'Where do we draw the line? Do we really stand for what WE believe in?'
"i am with Nelson on this one, thanks for the great response Nelson - kk"
Dec 2, 2011
Joe g commented on David Pietrzak's blog post 'Where do we draw the line? Do we really stand for what WE believe in?'
"In the bigger, (galactic, cosmic, universal?) scheme of things it just wouldn't matter. The question is more about to what extent you value your beliefs, or more to the point, your lack of belief. Standing up for, or in this case murdering for,…"
Dec 2, 2011
Richard Porter commented on David Pietrzak's blog post 'Where do we draw the line? Do we really stand for what WE believe in?'
"Could you really consider someone's IQ as a rationalisation for them deserving to die? I concede that the world would be better off without a lot of people who currently inhabit it but surely eradicating a vast number of people purely due to…"
Dec 2, 2011
Amy L. Cook commented on David Pietrzak's blog post 'Where do we draw the line? Do we really stand for what WE believe in?'
"If by 'dumb' you also mean all the insane, cruel, manipulating, lying, hypocritical, hate-spreading people, I am with you. If I could choose fo all of the people in the world with poison ideas and actions to drop dead, that would be…"
Dec 2, 2011
Evan Meinel commented on David Pietrzak's blog post 'Where do we draw the line? Do we really stand for what WE believe in?'
"Only the dumb ones? Done. Population crisis, solved. Politics? simplified. How could the world possibly NOT benefit from the pruning of our collective gene pool? Future generations would be smarter, kinder, and all around better…"
Dec 2, 2011
Richard Porter commented on David Pietrzak's blog post 'Where do we draw the line? Do we really stand for what WE believe in?'
"@ Cristynfaye, as in any population you will of course have vast deviations in response, I just think it would be interesting to see a comparison of responses between atheists and the religious, from previous experience I would expect the religious…"
Dec 2, 2011
Cristynfaye commented on David Pietrzak's blog post 'Where do we draw the line? Do we really stand for what WE believe in?'
"@ Richard Porter:  You'd probably get a lot of mixed responses.  I'm pretty sure that none of the Christians I know would want all the atheists/Jews/Muslims, etc. to drop dead.  But there might be some people out there who…"
Dec 2, 2011
Richard Porter commented on David Pietrzak's blog post 'Where do we draw the line? Do we really stand for what WE believe in?'
"not in a million years, genocide for any purpose is abhorrent (although I do wonder what responses you would get if that question was turned around and posted on a Xtian forum)"
Dec 2, 2011
Cristynfaye commented on David Pietrzak's blog post 'Where do we draw the line? Do we really stand for what WE believe in?'
"Of course not.  Just because they are religious or stupid doesn't mean they deserve to die.  There are stupid people of all belief systems, and incredibly intelligent, honest and kind people of all belief systems.…"
Dec 2, 2011
Eoganacht commented on David Pietrzak's blog post 'Where do we draw the line? Do we really stand for what WE believe in?'
"I would rather live in a world with religion than a world of atheists that was created through an act of unspeakable genocide."
Dec 2, 2011
Alexander Jason Cherry commented on David Pietrzak's blog post 'Where do we draw the line? Do we really stand for what WE believe in?'
"On one hand, that'd come close to almost instantly solving the over population crisis. But do we have an infrastructure such that it could handle supporting the 10% of the world population or so that would be left? Plus we'd have to clean…"
Dec 2, 2011

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Where do we draw the line? Do we really stand for what WE believe in?

Posted on December 2, 2011 at 6:11am 12 Comments

If you had the choice, to have every religious person in the world, and only the dumb religious ones, drop dead in an instant. Would you do it or not? Im not religous so dont worry about being a dick. I just want to know how other people feel about this. You can message me with the answer if you'd rather not post it publicly.

Thank you

REALLLYYY???

Posted on October 22, 2011 at 4:30pm 10 Comments

"Okay, I don't pretend to be as intelligent as you guys — you're obviously very well read.  But I read the Bible, and nothing you say can convince me that God does not exist.  I feel him in my heart, and you can feel him too, if you'll just ask him into your life.  "For God so loved the world that he sent his only begotten son into the world, that whosoever believes in him shall not perish from the earth." John 3:16."

someone needs to do a god damn experiment relating the "feeling of…

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At 4:17am on December 22, 2011, Atwas911 said…

If there was a button.. Sitting here on my desk that could do just that..

I would slam it over and over again until my hands were nothing but bloody stumps at the end of my wrists.

At 7:16pm on July 17, 2011, Robert Karp said…
Welcome to the TA community David!!!
 
 
 

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