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Adjective hijackers, professional victims, and a sexist's idea 'equality' movement. As the saying goes in the Imperium, "Heresy grows from idleness."

False Christain Moral Superiority

False Christain Moral Superiority

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Hey here is a reference for you guys to use when a Christian claims that Christians have a moral high ground or that atheists are responsible for all...

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Partial list of Transistion fossils

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Hello members of the Science group, Some people awhile back asked for a list of transistion fossils.

Becoming the Enemy

Becoming the Enemy

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Society is changing, conservatism is dying and lunatics are emerging claiming to be on 'your side.'

50 reasons creationists reject evolution

50 reasons creationists reject evolution

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50 completely "logical" reasons why creationists reject evolution...

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λpone Nov 16 2014, 11:47pm says:

Are there any survivors of the karma attack?

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Spudman619 Nov 18 2014, 2:57pm replied:

I've done my best to rebalance the for- karma. But its testing me. I might have to become a Christian...

lol jk

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λpone Nov 12 2014, 10:45pm says:

There is no stopping the ISIS made virus: ebola.

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Sly Cooper Nov 16 2014, 7:33pm replied:

Meh, no need to worry over it.

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λpone Nov 16 2014, 7:34pm replied:

be fearful

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Sly Cooper
Sly Cooper Nov 17 2014, 4:21pm replied:

Well, if it will make you happy λpone, "Aaaaah! Oh no! The agony! Were doomed! I'm crying in tears! Help me! Were all gonna die! Oh, I'm so Terrified! The horror! Noooooooo! We are so dead! We are done! Were finished! I'm trembling in fear! I love you guys! Please don't kill us Ebola! *screams in fright* *cries in misery* *yells in terror* *frozen in shock* *pees pants*"

*epic sarcasm*


Seriously, I would if I had a fear, however I have no fear, nor phobia, so nope. No thank you. Where I come from mate, fear is derived only from illusions in our minds. I'm no victim to such a thing. Besides, ebola? A year ago, I had a severe case of pneumonia before and yet I wasn't scared and had made full successful recovery. After all, I live in England and have not heard of a case here at home yet. Also, I'm quite sure that even if that disease does spread all over, it's gonna take a long time. And if it does spread all the way up to where I live (London, England) and infect everybody, and if I have to or must die, I'll just accept my fate and welcome death as an old or long lost friend. Of course, I wont go down without a fight. Another thing is that also where I come from, death just means emptiness, and if so that's the case, I've been dead for a LONG time. But there's no need to be afraid of what it is imminent lad. Were all going to die anyway so what does it matter? Were just prolonging the inevitable, which is okay and completely understandable. Aaaanyway, this group does amuse me. I come here from time to time to see the entertaining comments, images, and videos just to get a laugh and chuckle or two. :) :D :P xD

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Spudman619 Nov 17 2014, 6:13pm replied:

London eh? We hardy Northmen would easily survive the Ebola virus if it spread to Britain. We would simply kill it with our sleeveless winter wear, brown ale and grumpy old ex steelworkers/miners.

Seriously though, gib investment munnies pl0x

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λpone Nov 12 2014, 2:05pm says:

1ce u read dis u cnat stop


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λpone Nov 10 2014, 3:30am says:

alalalalah akber

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Spudman619 Nov 11 2014, 11:45am replied:

Sag aloo snack bar

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