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why indeed...

Postby pilvikki » 23 Dec 2013, 07:02

    these are the kinds of people that spread atheism:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJqf2rL-iqc&noredirect=1

    OMFG!

    :shock:

    i saw a ¼ of it, couldn't handle more, don't know what 'show' it's supposed to be from.... just know it's one i don't want any part of.
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    Re: why indeed...

    Postby Yogi » 25 Dec 2013, 09:38

    You don't suppose that was staged or anything like that, do you?
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    Re: why indeed...

    Postby pilvikki » 26 Dec 2013, 18:25


    of course it was! but what kind of maroon goes for it?
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    Re: why indeed...

    Postby AJRC » 03 Jan 2014, 04:30

    Seen this before, think it was some sort of wife swap reality show. I agree, "christians" such as her do more to spread Atheism than anything you or i could do. Every time i see a loony saying we'll all burn in hell if we don't believe, i just sit back and smile and thank them for promoting Atheism.

    The one i really remember was an Atheist and christian wife swapped houses. The Atheist wife went to live with the devoutly christian husband, who she found couldn't do anything in his life without asking his pastor first. His kids were terrified of him because he beat them with a sawn off paddle at the slightest hint of disobedience. And everything had to be godly, no computer games, only certain tv channels. At the end of the show he wasn't an Atheist but he'd started to see that his kids hated him and his wife wasn't happy and that maybe family should come before god.

    The christian wife on the other hand couldn't believe how much freedom she was allowed with the Atheist husband, and *f&%$g* loved it. She realised she'd been oppressed her entire married life, she had to ask her husband to do everything. Now she could do what she wanted, go where she wanted and talk to anyone she liked. At the end she saw there was so much more to life, and wanted to live it.

    Reality shows aren't reality, they're entertainment. But it's still good to watch people be shown a different way and realise maybe their way just wasn't right.
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    Re: why indeed...

    Postby pilvikki » 05 Jan 2014, 10:53


    i feel sorry for people who have been penned in that badly.
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