"I live in a very godly area (whatever that really means), and there is a lot of ink on people in Virginia. I would venture to say half of it is religious in content (lots of floating Jeebus heads surrounded by thorns and guns... and that boggles my…"
Never heard of Roy Zimmerman before, and now I have coffee running out of my nose because I had breakfast while listening. Oh, man, was that funny! I love people who can play with words like that in song. Reminds me of a more pointed Tom…"
""Jesus is Just Alright" version by the Doobie Brothers. Wicked good.
I am a huge Neil Finn/Crowded House fan, and there is a tremendous amount of religious/spiritual elements (listen to "Lullaby Requiem"... hauntingly…"
"What is there to fear? When a person dies, all conscious thought ends. There is nothing left of the person except the empty shell. Hence, there is nothing to be scared about since a dead person cannot be scared. To me, this is the part that theists…"
"Many comments about "ethics" and "morality", and I think this is often the best route to take with theists who are afraid of atheists.
Basically, I tell people that I can fully explain my ethics and morality because I've…"
"Use loose tea, and make it look like you are rolling a giant joint out one of the pages. Do this when you can hear him coming in the door. Then, crack a big grin and say: "Just getting high on Jesus!"
If he doesn't take the hint,…"
If you have not been to the Landover Baptist Church site (http://www.landoverbaptist.org/), then you must go. You may actually wet on yourself from laughter. Read the Letters section, and it gets even better!Also, look for the Better "God Tole Me to Hate You" Bowers link. PRICELESS!Cheers!- RoySee More
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