9/15/05 - by drunkennewfiemidget -
"It's not so much God I hate, it's his fan club I can't stand." -- Unknown.

A brilliant quote. While I'm not even remotely religious by any means, I can understand why someone would be. Either something has happened in ones life that is completely unexplainable by normal conventions. Maybe it's the one intangible thing one needs to believe in to make life OK. Maybe one just has faith. I'm OK with all of that.

But maybe it's time the nonsense stopped. If you look in history, religion is the number one cause of death. You have your beliefs and that's great, but would you mind believing just a little quieter please?

This article was brought to my attention earlier today, and I couldn't help but gaze in awe at the size of this man's balls.

To assume that Tim Burton's The Corpse Bride is somehow going to make children go out, dig up dead people, and do various unmentionable things to their rotting carcasses is certifiably LOONY.

It's just as bad as that American fuckwit who's grovelling about shitty parents who buy their kids games that are rated MA for MATURE, and then complaining because it has the word 'fuck' in it.

Let me say this (and I think I may have said it before, but it warrants a repeat), and I'll type it slowly so you understand better:

If someone is in the mindset required to pull a body out of a grave and have sex with it after watching an animated movie they were already far too screwed up for society anyway, and if it wasn't the movie that set them off, it would have been the morning that their toast looked at them funny, causing him to take an axe to it, the house, and their neighbours.

It's holy people like this moron that give the rest of them a bad name. I know religious people who are quiet, decent, non-judging, and keep their religion to themselves. It even explains the vast majority of them. Unfortunately, it's people like this guy who needs to be lynched and shunned from his church in an effort to show they don't support extremism. While stupid views might not be extremism, you can tell this knob is only 2 steps away from leading a mass suicide -- lets just accelerate the process, shall we?