"I'm sorry your family is like that. My parents know who I am and don't have a problem with it, but they used to take me to a baptist church when I was young. They quit going because everyone there was a god-dammed Bush-supporter."
"I was there once. I live close by in Indiana and my mother was coming up from TN on a bus tour from her church. The grounds and buildings are impressive, but the story inside is disgusting. The tour group thought it was…"
"Christians are an oppressed majority in Kentucky and it's all the fault of those damn dirty liberals. But seriosly, one county down; hundreds to go. Beshear probably wouldn't have sided with our team if he thought the other side would win.…"
Have you been to the Creation Museum in Petersburg, ky? What did you think? How embarrassing does this make it to be a Kentucky native or resident?Do you know anyone else that has gone there? So far everyone I know on a first-name-basis that has visited it has been an atheist/agnostic/non-religious person. I would love to know how much of their income comes from non-believers.Also, here's me on a triceratops:…See More
"He jovially describes the violent destruction of a tree that represents a human being. That gets him past the controversy of a joke of actually murdering a person. It's a little fucked up. Joking about asians being bad drivers is one thing.…"
"Police officers hate CSI for the some of the same reasons you hate House. It gives unrealistic expectations for victims in similar situations in real life. For the rest of us, ignorance is bliss.
I understand people being afraid of "coming…"
"I had totally forgot that Dane Cook joke. You know when comedians tell a black joke or jew joke these days, they at least make some effort to show that they are being facetious. Dane Cook seems genuinely advocate every one of these stereotypes.
I don't see the media depicting us as "evil" unless you count stupid ass fox news. But bitter, angry, depressed? Yes, i do see that. Gregory House from House and Dr. Perry Cox from Scrubs represent this trope, but they are at…"