Comments: Noodle this, Kansas

Another FSMer! May His message of peace and deliciousness be spread across the world. I hope to one day rise enough in His favor to look upon His glorious meatballs with my own eyes and -- dare I say it? -- be touched by His noodly appendage.


Posted by David at October 5, 2005 10:10 PM

More cool stuff on the FSM:

(BTW, its been around for a while........)

Posted by Cavalkaf at October 6, 2005 09:36 AM

That letter was unbearably stupid. Please don't insult people who believe in ID, then proceed to humiliate yourself like that.

Posted by at October 9, 2005 02:50 PM

You are a fool. At the core level there is no difference between the arguments for ID I've heard and this. For all YOU know, the Holy Bible could have been written by some poor delusional in a cave.
The fact is that people who believe in ID for the mostpart are too stupid to comprehend how life could have been created from latent energy and simple chemicals- as has been repeatedly demonstrated to be plausible- a fellow in a laboratory took two months to create six of the nine vital amino acids by shocking primordial soup with electricity. TWO MONTHS, YOU DUMBASS! Is IMPOSSIBLE that it could have occured naturally over BILLIONS of years?!
The simple truth is that without a TESTABLE HYPOTHESIS, there is no SCIENCE, there is no THEORY. What is your hypothesis?!
You people are mostly very stupid. You insult your own existence by pinning it on a god humans created in the first place. (And don't dare claim it was the other way around. There's been enough folly and horror in our history from religious hypocrits and fanatics to learn that anyone convinced that theirs is the only true view is dangerous and foolish).
And if you aren't convinced you are right, then why are you arguing for ID in the firstplace?

I apologize for this disorganized rant. I wouldn't hate ID people if they would meet me on equal logical ground, but arguing baseless belief against tangible evidence is beyond the scope of debate. Assholes.

Posted by Jack at October 13, 2005 05:08 PM
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