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(no subject) [May. 20th, 2006|06:25 pm]
Yea, I make sport of thee, and mock thee...

mysticviper
Change.
People in this community, and elsewhere on the net, seem to get into debates with people who will never change their mind on a subject. Why? Do you enjoy non-responsive answers and counter attacks?

The points that both sides of an argument seem valid to the posters but are not going to make a convert.
"Oh, I see your point about the infallibility of the Bible! I shall repent and go confess my sins to the priest tonight!"
Or; "Well, I guess I was wrong about 'The Book'. When I think of all the time I wasted trying to justify the contradictions, I get a headache."

I understand the enjoyment one can get from a discussion of opposing points of view, but most of the time I just see one side raise a valid point and the other ignore it and respond with an attack in another area.

Most people don't realize that this is not a question: "Do you want to go to hell?"
It is an argument. You have not established the existence of said place or how one may end up there.

"Do you believe in God?" What is 'God'? Of which religion?

Loaded questions with poor definitions of terms just end up being brawls not discussions.
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When there are no more chocolate bunnies in hell, the Jesus will walk the Earth... [Apr. 17th, 2006|02:15 pm]
Yea, I make sport of thee, and mock thee...

fizzyland
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(no subject) [Apr. 13th, 2006|02:43 pm]
Yea, I make sport of thee, and mock thee...

fizzyland
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Bang your head! or Oops I dropped you again [Apr. 13th, 2006|12:15 pm]
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fizzyland
Spears baby dropped on its head and Child Services comes to investigate. Find that the child finds it easier to understand his parents now

First of all, this is a very sad story. I mean, we joke about the obvious stupidity of Britney and Kfed, but that's supposed to be parody. Despite Britney using him as an airbag. Okay, maybe this isn't so surprising. And besides, if CPS takes him away, this totally wrecks my numbers on the "Sean Preston smothered under pile of twinkies" pool.
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Not safe for work: Hell, not safe for home either. [Apr. 5th, 2006|04:05 pm]
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fizzyland
Monument to pro-life: "The Birth of Sean Preston"

This raises larger questions. Like when did c-sections start being performed doggy-style on bearskin rugs?

Monument to bad taste: When stupid people reproduce


And props to pinstripe_bindi, for sharing these eye-searing delights.
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well that makes sense! [Apr. 3rd, 2006|04:17 pm]
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aphextwins
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Delusionopolis News: Cowbells, cats and clerics oh my! [Mar. 31st, 2006|09:43 am]
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fizzyland
Christopher Walken is 63 today, let's all get him some more cowbell

Happy birthday Dominion of Canada!

Mreow? mreow? Get me out of this damn wall! Cat Stuck In Wall Waves Paw For Help
COLLIERVILLE, Tenn. -- A cat stuck in a wall at a house under construction initiated his rescue when he caught the attention of a prospective buyer by meowing and waving his paw out a small hole.

Man crashes car after snake bites him "Get these motherfarking snakes out of my motherfarking car"

"But it helps me relax and not go all lockjaw on people!" Boston detective wrestles 108 bags of marijuana from jaws of pitbull.

Squirrel steals student's ID card. Apparently, this is only the tip of the iceberg of Squirrelly wrath:
Squirrels: our most deadly foe
Squirrel’s forced into life of crime [...and more]
LSU or LSD? "I have seen the squirrels on this campus do some strange things — things that I have never seen squirrels do in my lifetime and that’s saying a lot being that I’m a country girl. But to blame the squirrels for his own laziness and stupidity just pushes the line."

And in D&D news: Muslim clerics call for convert's death. Will not cast Cure Light Wounds on rest of party
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Chicken Sunday is not responsible for missing or breaded children. [Mar. 23rd, 2006|11:17 pm]
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fizzyland
SomethingAwful has been up to their usual hijinks....

Kids. You've got 'em. We don't want them either, but Chicken Sunday understands that the condom is Devil Wrap, and we sympathize with your pain. This is why every one of our locations is equipped with a very special Chicken Sunday ball pit, located in the kitchen. While you eat in peace, your children will be playing - as well as learning about the dangers of exploration and curiosity. We've put our gigantic deep-fryers purchased from decommissioned submarines on overtime as a boiling pits of frying medium, as well as wonder and hollow plastic balls. Fear is the only thing that will teach children. Remember that well. Make sure to tell your little folk that the bottom of every Chicken Sunday ball pit contains five jacks, and the first child to find all five pieces of jagged metal boiling in oil - and eat them - will get to ride the stairs! It's burlap sack ride through the bumpiness of imagination! On some lucky days, the kids may even get to meet Steve Penderson the Magic Chicken - if he's out on furlough from death row - and learn how to set opposing, "alternative" churches on fire! If you've got a problem tucking 'em in at night, just bring the kids down to Chicken Sunday. We'll see to it that you get a full belly - and a good night's rest!
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Arrrrr! [Mar. 17th, 2006|05:50 pm]
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fizzyland


My pirate name is:


Black Tom Kidd



Like anyone confronted with the harshness of robbery on the high seas, you can be pessimistic at times. Even though you're not always the traditional swaggering gallant, your steadiness and planning make you a fine, reliable pirate. Arr!

Get your own pirate name from fidius.org.
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Incurious George is on the loose! [Mar. 10th, 2006|10:30 am]
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fizzyland
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