Enough is enough
And for those of you who continually email me when I put up something anti-religious, let me just say that you did this to yourselves. Christianity is now viewed by a large number of people on this planet to be equal to fundamentalist Islam. You're one suicide bomber short of becoming a fucking terrorist organization. Believe me when I say that you people belong to a well-established cult. Nothing more. The only difference between Christianity and Scientology is Christianity has been around for a bit longer. Please, make a conscious effort to stay at least 50 feet away from me, and keep your stories about your invisible man to yourself. I outgrew Santa when I was 9, God lasted exactly 2 years longer, and I have no intentions of letting that asshole back into my life.
Now that I have that out of the way, here's a few examples of why I have more tolerance and respect for a Jehovah's Witness than for you. At least the Witnesses will leave you alone if you don't answer your door. They don't break in and try to convert you to
By they way, all instances of extreme idiocy are emphasized.
Ken Ham has spent 11 years working on a museum that poses the big question - when and how did life begin? Ham hopes to soon offer an answer to that question in his still-unfinished Creation Museum in northern Kentucky.
The $25 million monument to creationism offers Ham's view that God created the world in six, 24-hour days on a planet just 6,000 years old. (I guess you no longer need facts in order to label something a "museum". Not surprising, they haven't been included in school textbooks for some time now, so this is just a natural progression. Personally, I would have named this monstrosity "The Godatorium.") The largest museum of its kind in the world, it hopes to draw 600,000 people from the Midwest and beyond in its first year.
Ham, 53, isn't bothered that his literal interpretation of the Bible runs counter to accepted scientific theory, which says Earth and its life forms evolved over billions of years. (Yeah! Screw facts, scientific evidence and this newfangled thing called "evolution." It's much easier to believe in magic, or maybe Tarot cards.)
Ham said the museum is a way of reaching more people along with the Answers in Genesis Web site, which claims to get 10 million page views per month and his "Answers ... with Ken Ham" radio show, carried by more than 725 stations worldwide.
"People will get saved here," Ham said of the museum. "It's going to fire people up. If nothing else, it's going to get them to question their own position of what they believe."
Ham is ready for a fight over his beliefs - based on a literal interpretation of the book of Genesis, the first book of the Old Testament.
"It's a foundational battle," said Ham, a native of Australia who still speaks with an accent. "You've got to get people believing the right history - and believing that you can trust the Bible."
Among Ham's beliefs are that the Earth is about 6,000 years old, a figure arrived at by tracing the biblical genealogies, and not 4.5 billion years, as mainstream scientists say; the Grand Canyon was formed not by erosion over millions of years, but by floodwaters in a matter of days or weeks and that dinosaurs and man once coexisted, and dozens of the creatures - including Tyrannosaurus Rex - were passengers on the ark built by Noah, who was a real man, not a myth. (So, carbon and radon dating are now tools of the devil, and not to be trusted? I can blast water through millions of tons of rock in a matter of a few weeks to create the Grand Canyon? Well, shit. Was the Royal Gorge in Colorado made by that flood as well? And a T-Rex on Noah's Ark? Jesus Christ monkey balls! Hook me up with the shit you're smoking! I wanna see a T-Rex on a boat!)
"He takes extraordinary liberties with Scripture and theology to prove his point," Adams said. "The bottom line is, he is anti-gay, and he uses that card all the time."
Ham says homosexual behavior is a sin. But he adds that he's careful to condemn the behavior, not the person. (So, he just hates buttsex, but not the perpetrators? Sounds like he had an "experience" that he's rather ashamed of...)
If that wasn't enough for you, here's another group of retards to point and laugh at.
TUPELO, Miss. -- A conservative Christian group has ended its nine-year boycott against the Walt Disney Co.
The American Family Association, based in Mississippi, launched its strike in response to what leaders perceived as the erosion of the company's squeaky-clean image.
The group specifically rejected Disney's extension of benefits to domestic partners of gay employees, promotion of gay-related events at its theme parks and violent and sex-filled content of movies made by its Miramax subsidiary.
But now the association's president said it's time to move on, saying there are "so many other issues" that need attention (read: Disneyland laughed in their faces, and told them to STFU.)
He added that the announcement is not an endorsement of Disney, just an end to the boycott "as a ministry agenda item."
The boycott had a limited impact.
Disney has reported higher earnings, citing increased attendance at its theme parks and strong performance from its film studio and ABC television network.
Listen up, you fundie asshats. I'm going to quote your good book, and use it against you. You want a literal interpertation of the Bible? Try this one on for size:
1 JOHN 3:17
But if anyone has the world's goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God's love abide in him?
Keep that in mind next time you start spewing your tired old rhetoric about the evils of fagdom.
Here's a quote from MY bible. The book of Adams, Chapter 6:
"The argument goes something like this: 'I refuse to prove that I exist' says God 'for proof denies faith, and without faith I am nothing.'
'But' says Man, 'the Babel fish is a dead giveaway isn't it? It could not have evolved by chance. IT proves you exist, and so therefore, by your own argument, you don't. QED.'
'Oh dear,' says God, 'I hadn't thought of that,' and promptly vanishes in a puff of logic.
I really hate people.