Category Archives: Religion and Superstition

Fuckwit of the Year

My nomination:  Click to visit the website.  At first I thought it might be satire.  If it is, it goes too far.  If it is not, I weep for humanity.

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Why?

Definitely… Even an atheist can appreciate this. Kim Murphy-Stewart why do we always blame God? Alan Freshwater   – because we cannot accept responsibility for our own actions. – because we cannot accept that the universe is a series of semi-random events in … Continue reading

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Easter Day

The silver trumpets rang across the Dome: The people knelt upon the ground with awe: And borne upon the necks of men I saw, Like some great God, the Holy Lord of Rome. Priest-like, he wore a robe more white … Continue reading

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John 8:7

This Easter, though atheist, I have examined my conscience most carefully. I come to the considered conclusion that I am in a position to cast the first stone. The great advantage of being thus is that I have no desire whatsoever … Continue reading

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A Collation of the Irrational

A work in progress from IMGUR. Click it to see full size.

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Death and Destruction

Today was Kidney Specialist day.   I decided the Silver Lady and I would have a day out.  First I slept in until the time I usually start work, then had a leisurely shower.  A good way to start a … Continue reading

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Criminal

Well, that’s it. The Vatican has pulled him into line. The promising new Pope is now officially just another criminal dickhead. Pope: Child abuse criticism unfair Pope Francis uses a rare interview to launch a defence of the Catholic Church’s … Continue reading

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Evil.

For some reason, the event about which I posted yesterday preyed heavily on my mind last night.  I barely slept.  This morning I am red-eyed and distressed.  Depressed.   I don’t know why this particular event has affected me so badly … Continue reading

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I Cannot Find a Word Bad Enough.

There are no words to express my outrage. Evil Barbarians. Inhuman Scum. Walking heaps of fetid mindless excreta. No. There are no words sufficient to convey the disgust I feel. For this I would change my opinion on the death … Continue reading

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Rare Sighting

The very rare Hochstetter’s Flamboyant Emu, Dromaius novaehollandiae hochstetteri, long thought extinct, has been spotted in Western Australia.   Second only to the Dropbear in rarity, The Flamboyant Emu is believed to be down to only  a few mating pairs. The … Continue reading

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