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LenHazell53 comments on Oct 8, 2019:
One hate group helping out another, what a surprise.
What is your favorite WTF holy bible passage?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 8, 2019:
God sicking two she bears on 42 kids for calling Elisha baldy 2 Kings 2:23–24 God is a complete bastard 😄😄😄😄
Pigs were spotted using tools for the first time, a new study says - CNN
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 8, 2019:
resistance was futile
The ramblings of a bumbling Prime Minister live to the people of London.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 8, 2019:
Second article on the above page is Arron (I spell my name wrong deliberately) Banks saying "I would rather put a gun against my Temple" Oh you tease Aaron, getting us all wound up with more false promises and you call channel 4 fake news
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 8, 2019:
Not to be confused with** conflabulate** (often shortened to a *conflab* flabby conversation) which is a meaningless conversation, to talk rubbish or to engage in the sort of distracting and misdirecting verbiage so beloved of politicians and civil servants who can talk for hours and say absolutely nothing, much less answer the question asked of them.
My wife and I have been married 40+ years.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 7, 2019:
One of the things that helped my wife follow me out of Mormonism was that when her health problems started she asked for her home teachers to give her a blessing they were too busy to do it, so she asked the bishop and he did not have time, so asked the stake president who ignored her and eventually a couple of missionaries turned up after three weeks saying that they had heard from someone that she wanted a blessing for some reason, but they could not do it because as I had not yet had my name removed they could only help me if I did it. She finally saw how little they actually cared if they were willing to morally blackmail me in to coming back. A week later she asked to see all my research on why I had left the church, and a couple of months after that we both had our names taken off the rolls.
How can I make people get it that I have left religion not community? 😔
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 6, 2019:
You can't they are insular paranoid idiots.
Hahahahahahahaha! What a maroon! ([urbandictionary.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 6, 2019:
Some one is plagiarizing some one here because Prez M. Russel said the same thing at the Mormon general conference this weekend.
Why are there underpants on the floor? Bears don't wear underpants. []
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 6, 2019:
Always wear clean Underbear?
this is some fucked up shit if its real []
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 6, 2019:
and they have the audacity to call us deranged
I'm sorry in advance.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2019:
Well you Americans faired better with you civil war than we did with ours in the UK, we had a war, executed our king, replaced the monarchy with a republic and won a great victory for democracy. Oddly the whole thing happened because the Parliament was illegal prorogued by the Monarch who thought he knew better than parliament, then later was prorogued again by Cromwell after he had won because he thought he knew better than parliament. Then a few years later we brought back the kings son and put him back on the throne, reinstated the monarchy, dug up the rebel leader's (Oliver Cromwell) corpse hung drew and quartered it and went back to exactly how things were before. All a bit of a waste of time really.
From an atheist perspective (and I am an atheist), is there a difference between religion and a ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2019:
Religions try and steal your time and money Cults try and steal you.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2019:
I had one under my bed too when I was a kid
@Admin, I wanted to share this post on Facebook but I don't have that option. Why not?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2019:
Probably the word Holocaust, facebook's algorithms are worse than You Tubes.
Why are these religious scum allowed on television to steal from people and the government allows it...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2019:
“Religion is excellent stuff for keeping common people quiet. Religion is what keeps the poor from murdering the rich.” ― Napoleon Bonaparte
Why are these religious scum allowed on television to steal from people and the government allows it...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2019:
Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful. Lucius Annaeus Seneca circa 50 AD
Why do we choose to do something?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2019:
This is way over simplified, we respond to stimuli for a multitude of reasons, sometimes by conscious thought, some times by instinct, subconscious needs or desires, in response to outside influence etc. In any of these cases to ask if our brains control us or we control our brains is not a valid question as our brains are a part of us and the brain has a series of functions for which it is responsible, but also is subject to control by bodily needs, chemicals generated by glands and drugs introduced from outside.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2019:
Democracy is collapsing all over the world, people are electing comics, game show hosts and TV personalities as their leaders and they are all proving inadequate to the job and the real politicians can't, or don't know how to handle it, and the public thinks it is reality TV. Get ready for a new political era when this all falls apart.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2019:
Play that to the C words who say Christianity is a religion of comfort and love. that poor woman has more love in her words than bus load of godbothers could give in a life time
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2019:
The Nixon excuse, if the president does it must by definition be legal
People Say I'm Anti-Trump.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2019:
The same can of course be said for our own Dear Leader citizen Boris. I feel I am simply anti-wannabe dictator, because of these reasons listed and so many more
Sarchasm: n. The gulf between the author of sarcastic wit and the person who doesn't get it.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2019:
A clever piece of sarcastic punning in itself, I like it.
Coulrophobia n.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2019:
It is a very new word, brought in to existence by necessity and seems to go back no further than 1998 If it followed the usual lexicographic rules applied for most phobia a fear of clowns would be κλόουνφοβία klóounphobia or Clonophobia (which sounds to much the fear of medical digestive colons) Coulrophobia sounds as though it maybe a combination of the two.
Moronism is non-prophet, too. They call people prophets, but they're only frauds.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2019:
They see nothing incongruous in having prophets that don't prophesie, elders who are young and seers who see nothing. These days a "Prophet" can no longer publicly or officially bare his testimony (None have since Ezra Taft Benson) it it would render them liable to prosecution under trades description and allow the church to be sued to allow the church to loose it's tax benefits as a corporation sole (no pun) if anyone of their "official" claims could be proven untrue.
My dad (whose an Atheist) grew up Catholic for 13 years and hated confession day as a child.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2019:
My favourite Catholic confessional story was told to me by my late writing partner who along with his brothers was raised in the faith. Apparently at their primary school they were given lessons in taking the Eucharist for the first time and then made to attend a confessional straight after for the first time. My partner was a very intellegent person as was his older brother and sister, the middle brother however was another story and had been last in the line when god was handing out the the brains. On being told the bread actually turned in to the body of Christ during the ceremony, he began to balk and refused to swallow, nor would he drink the blood of Christ. The officiating priest in fury ordered him to go straight to the confessional set up in the classroom for the lesson and confess to the priest inside what he had done. This lead to the whole class hearing the following loud exchange **"Fu guff mu faffer fu I huff sinned" *"What did you say boy?"* "Fuvivmufaffer uUhuvsinned" *"I cannot understand a word you are saying?"* Huawwwk spit, pluh "Aw for Christ sake father I just spat god out me gob and now he's all over the floor!"**
Peppier (pep-yay) n.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2019:
Ah C'est Bonne
How many logical fallacies can you count?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2019:
Well as the good book says
How many logical fallacies can you count?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2019:
Okay when she starts by talking to her invisible friend asking him to basically brain wash and take away the free agency of her viewers, I cannot be bothered wasting my time on the rest of this shit.
Our secret is out! []
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2019:
I was once told some bullshit like this when I asked a Jewish friend why prayer were not answered, her explanation was that Christians had the metaphorical wrong number when praying and were instead sending requests to a laughing demon, presumably only the Jews had the right celestial phone number and could get prayers answered.
Agnostics Qs
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2019:
To explain the concomitantly incomprehensible to simply and gullible people and then to use that explanation to extort them.
What is man's worst invention?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2019:
Spin doctors.
mu Japanese: 無 Korean: 무 Chinese: 无 It’s a negative, but the definition that interests...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2019:
Mu in Asian mythology is also the Pacific Ocean equivalent to Atlantis a lost continent of advanced people that sank into the depths in times past.
One of my favorite historical (and mythical) figures: 🍷😎
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2019:
Vladislav Țepeș, AKA Vlad the Impaler, historical basis for Bram Stoker's character Count Dracula.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2019:
They do not like to go without their nightly dose of brainwashing, reality confuses them.
Is right and wrong relative or fixed (absolute)?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2019:
It is perfectly possible to be in circumstances where what is required is legally right, ethically right but religiously wrong, morally wrong and yet your actions are governed by the necessities of the situation and require you to do nothing at all, course that is at once right wrong and prerequisite. Right wrong, good bad, correct and at fault are all relative and always dependent on context.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2019:
He is the Igor to Trump's Frankenstein
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2019:
Oh I agree definitely
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2019:
I loved the impromptu Robert De Niro impression part way through the press conference. "Are you talkin' t'me!?" The pressure is definitely getting to El Presidente, he's about to steps away from climbing up on the dome of the Whitehouse with a supper soaker and yelling "Bang Bang you're all dead, fake newsers Bang Bang"
Does anyone else dislike finding a page filled with video pictures posted from YouTube when going to...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2019:
If you go tot he settings page you have the option to turn off the video previews in your notifications, I think that may solve your problem
It seems odd to me that so many of the presumably agnostic people who write posts on Agnostic.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2019:
No one has ever said "a certain first century itinerant rabbi from Nazareth did not exist" in fact we know at least nine of them did one of which was John The Baptist (lots of proof of his life and deeds but none for Jesus of Nazareth, probably because Nazareth was not built till 33 A.D.). What is contested is that that anyone one of them was the Jesus of the gospel stories, who is apparently a cumulative character made up of various stories, the teachings of and the death of all of them. The four canonical gospels agree on all most nothing, contradict one another and place various events at different times and places. When they do agree they vary on details and on philosophical and theological stand points sometimes in direct opposition to one another. If you include the apocryphal gospel accounts theirs are even more contention and the four bible bound stories are in the minority when it comes to agreement on anything where as Thomas, Peter, the gospel of the disciples, Judas, Mary and other all agree with one another to a much greater extent. Therefore, in much the same way as in the legends of Robin Hood or King Arthur, the contention is NOT that A Jesus did not exist but that that THE Jesus of the Gospels is a composite character made up of several other people and the deeds and teachings of many other people, and therefore as an individual did not exist and Certainly, Definitely was not born 1 A.D./C.E. (historically provable as Herod the great was dead by then) and did not die at passover 33 A.D / C.E. on Golgotha as Roman records of their equivalent dating existing from the time show no such execution of anyone of that name.
An ongoing Australian shame caused by all political flavours - "Let me review.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2019:
Wow, and I would wager some good and Christian citizens of the USA will be deploring this behaviour while conveniently ignoring how their own indigenous peoples have been bullied, exploited and abused in just the same way. The Indian Placement Program, AKA the Lamanite Placement Program, operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the United States, operating from 1954 to 1996 springs to mind as a way to help with "equality" by basically kidnapping and displacing "at risk" children nurturing out their culture in childhood and assimilating them in to white society by preferred intermarrying with (non mormon) whites to make the "other" the "same" and thus equal.
I grew up as a Christian but never felt like it was right.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2019:
Pretty much what my wife believes, she thinks of herself as a druid but follows no rules or doctrine,
Mackerel fritters....
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2019:
Mmmmm mackerel is one of my favourite fish
The Catholic Church and Boy Scouts are lobbying against child abuse statutes.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2019:
This is Mafia like techniques of intimidations and harassment, and yet the best defense they can come up with for their stance is to say "School teachers do this too, so why are you singling out us?" Bastards
So I don't have any problem believing that there is no Santa Clause . . .
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2019:
Anti-Santarist!!!! No Christmas presents for you!!!!
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2019:
I would probably not be crying unto the Lord for comfort, but unto the doctor with the morphine injection
In Christianity, we are told have to need God first and then we are told that God will fill the ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2019:
It is a maxim of the sales world that there is nothing that customers don't need, they simply don't know that they need it YET, it is the salespersons job to correct that misapprehension.
Robert Jeffress Goes All In on “Civil War” The evangelical pastor and Trump loyalist has had ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2019:
What a dildo brain. Surely this is incitement to violence? Or is this what Trump means by religious freedom, the freedom to wage war but only in the name of the "proper, white, Trump appointing" god?
Considered one of the top 10 movie ending lines.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2019:
"la plus belle des ruses du Diable est de vous persuader qu’il n’existe pas!" Charles Baudelaire 1864
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2019:
To welt as a verb means to beat (severely) hence the noun a welt a swelling, an abrasion or a lesion and a welter being a warrior as in welterweight. This is definitely a word worth researching more deeply.
“The oppressed are allowed once every few years to decide which particular representatives of the ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 1, 2019:
Or as it turned out in the twentieth century communist countries ...are not. But then Lennin did not have Karl's sense of humour unfortunately.
I am in a wheelchair (since 2013) i used to work with the elderly and disabled.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 1, 2019:
My wife worked in care for years too, she is now wheel chair bound too, if there is a god the bastard has a warped sense of humour. (I don't think for one moment there is, but it another example of the shit Christians like to just ignore.)
I think we are just another piece of the universe our energy never fades the shell holding it ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 1, 2019:
In this sense the matter that makes us up is immortal, simply going through continual changes of form, our matter and energy was born in the heart of a star and eventually will be compressed again in the heart of black hole, in order to begina ll over again endlessly. I find that far more beautiful than eternity of sycophantic servitude to a psychotic god.
I have a confession, you can judge me for it (I do).
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 1, 2019:
Oh they love that one, most of them don't even know about the unforgivable sin and discovering it go in to a kind theological hard disc crash. I am reminded of that Nomand robot in star trek blowing self up because it can't cope with having made a mistake.
Are we all born bad?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 1, 2019:
So many things are incorrect in this post I have no idea where to start, so I shall not.
I am curious to know how many of you maintain friendships with religious people (particularly those ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 30, 2019:
Most of my religious friends have in time followed me out of religion, I don't raise the fact that I am an atheist, but if they ask I will answer their questions.
One of the most annoying things about Christians is their insistence that god takes care of ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 30, 2019:
And yet the same people who will in all seriousness claim god changed the weather or the laws of physics for their personal convenience will look at a terrible disaster or human tragedy and state in all seriousness that "It is all part of gods plan." Pillocks!
Christians Hid a Dinosaur Fossil 170 Years Ago Because It Contradicted the Bible | Hemant Mehta | ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 30, 2019:
Not unusual Jean-François Champollion was a French scholar and the first man to translate hieroglyphics before the discovery of the Rosetta stone. When he began speculating that the Pyramids predated the "Flood of Noah" and that the Pyramid and coffin texts made no such mention of any such flood, he was bullied and persecuted by the Catholic church in to denying his own work, even after the discovery of the Rossetta stone proved him right. This is why this brilliant man is hardly known outside of the field of Egyptology even today.
Opinions please why besides self comfort do you think people believe that praying does anything?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 30, 2019:
Confirmation bias. If for instance your child comes down with an infection and you pray for their recovery, and they do recover, it is very easy to attribute the recovery to the prayer rather than the medicine given by the doctor, and when this is pointed out to say something like, "The Lord guided the doctor to the right treatment" or "The medicine worked because of the prayer, or was enhanced by it" or "I told my husband the doctor was an unnecessary expense, but you know what he is like" and so on and so forth. For some however it is a way of confirming to one self that god takes a special interest in you personally. For example a Jewish acquaintance of mine (a fellow writer) once boasted to me of how they were still god's chosen people because her aunt had prayed for a new skirt and despite god being so busy with all the gentiles, he took time out to grant her request. The skirt as it happens was a birthday gift from a neighbor who noticed the need and was moved to kindness by nothing more than friendship, but of course this was not the case it was exclusively the work of "haShem"
Why is it that religious people think saying “well that was Old Testament” is a valid argument ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 30, 2019:
Religious people will say any old crap, so long as it allows them to go on comforting themselves with idiot delusions that A) they are better than everyone else, B) they have no responsibility for anything and C) you can be as much of a bastard as you want all week so long as you eat bits of a dead Jewish carpenter in church on a Sunday
Do You Hate God? | The Life and Times of Bruce Gerencser
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 29, 2019:
The religious professional cannot admit that Atheists simply do not believe, the concept is dangerous to them, they must maintain the illusion to their "Flock" that their is not a possibility of their NOT being a a god and therefore the atheist is in denial, is a liar and KNOWS the "truth" but ignores or denies it out of hate, or evil intent, or is like some celestial James Bond out to practice espionage on the divine plan of god and send everyone to Hell.
menticide men-tuh-sahyd noun the systematic effort to undermine and destroy a person's values...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 29, 2019:
“I must not fear. Fear is the **mind-killer.** Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.” ― Frank Herbert, Dune
The Misogyny of Climate Deniers Why do right-wing men hate Greta Thunberg and Alexandria ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 29, 2019:
They have mummy issues, same reason many men refuse to work for a female boss and the same reason their ancestors used to burn, hang and drown witches. Powerful women are "scary"
Bagged Milk?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 29, 2019:
You see bagged milk all the time in the UK at every coffee shop, what's the big deal?
Saunter, as opposed to hiking, according to renowned naturalist John Muir Hiking - "I don't like ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 29, 2019:
what a wonderful etymology.
NASA managed to catch a black hole totally annihilating a star
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 29, 2019:
Amazing, really brings home the sheer power of the universe.
Billionaire Bishop Edir Macedo made daughters skip college so they wouldn’t be smarter than ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 29, 2019:
My father did the same thing to my Mother, she was more qualified than he was so he never allowed her to work, as (he said) it would shame him if his wife earned more than he did or held a higher rank than he did. She being a "good Christian" went along with this and instead devoted herself to the salvation army and then later the Charismatic movement, that is when she was not completely screwing up her kids.
This came up on another post, but your opinions please ?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 28, 2019:
A Theist philosopher is hampered by the fact that they can only follow a chain of logical thought until the point it comes in to contention with their faith, at which point such thoughts stop and either are abandoned or give way to apologetics. However should the chain of thought NOT come in to conflict with faith then the theist philosopher is potentially as adequate as any other.
This happened at the private "Christian" school where Mike Pence's wife teaches.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 28, 2019:
I had a similar experience as a child. My hair has always been very curly and up until the age of 12 my parents and grandparents would not allow my "Locks" to be cut (no doubt something to do with my Jewish heritage). A consequence of this was I had a huge Afro which was the subject of mockery and abuse by school mates for years who referred to me as "White Golly Wog" "Bleached N word" and other charming epithets. I final got my hair cut after being held down and hacked at in a very similar fashion to this unfortunate young woman and an attempt by one school mate to set it alight. Children are horrible and always abuse that which is perceived to be different, or does not conform to their definition of "normal". The mounting tension should have been spotted and dealt with much sooner in the build up to this attack by the teachers, however it is likely they too thought it was "funny" and turned a blind eye.
Bad things will find you, if you are not looking for good things!
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 28, 2019:
The only truth in this is a variation on that old maxim that those who go looking for trouble will inevitably find it.
doxy--a lover or mistress, a prostitute
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 28, 2019:
It is possible it comes from the German Pfoche (pronounced PUFocksee) meaning a spot or blister, so one with pfoche marks might be a De Pfoche (Dpufcosee anglised to Doxy one from who you might get the pox)
Did you know that almighty God is just as strong as a unicorn?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 28, 2019:
Of course the apologist point out that now most version translate the nine mentions of Unicorns as Wild Bull or Wild Ox. However the word used in the OT in Hebrew is re'em (רְאֵם) or Horn (singular) Horse, though today applied to the Oryx, contemporaneously the name was literal and which was translated in to Greek directly in the NT as Monokeros (μονόκερος ) The one Horn beast Wild Ox in Greek is άγριο βόδι and in Hebrew is שור בר pronounced baw-kawr' So the modern translations are disingenuous to be polite and the KJV much closer to the intended meaning of the word, especially when taken in context. I find the comparison of one mythical being with another to be very apt and this is of course not the only mythical creature in the Babble Satyrs to roister through the pages of "Gud Buck"
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 28, 2019:
Of course there is always the verb to shamble, which is to move in a shuffling limping manner as in the HP Lovecraft inspired story "The Shambler from the Stars" by Robert Bloch
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 28, 2019:
There was a purpose built "Shambles" in Stockton On Tees near to where I live, today it is used as an undercover market, but retains the name. I recall as a child that it was a very bright but cold place filled with Marble cubicles and the smell of butchered animal blood.
When you decide...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 27, 2019:
"I'd like to start a religion. That's where the money is!" L. Ron Hubbard 1949 4 years later he founded Scientology
On environmentalism, whiteness and activist superstars | gal-dem
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 27, 2019:
It matters not a jot what colour she is, where she comes from, what sex she is , or what age she is. She is under attack because capitals are frightened of what she is saying and more that people are listening to her.
claque--a group of sycophantic followers, a group hired to applaud or heckle a performer or ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 27, 2019:
as opposed to a clique a small close-knit group of people who do not readily allow others to join them or effect their presuppositions.
An exmo lawyer is suing the church for damages due to their lying in a class action suit.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 27, 2019:
OH I love this, made my day. I hope this works.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 27, 2019:
I love this, especially because by coincidence Rache is German for revenge, giving the whole word a sinister nasty feel. Thank you for this.
How do you get over the anger you feel at religion when you’re a new atheist?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2019:
If you are wise you never do, you learn to channel it positively and use it to make sure you are never tempted to forget or forgive the evil and filth religion perpetrates on those still in it's clutches.
The wonderful adaptability of the Australian Water Rat another of the fauna emulated by politicians.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2019:
Reminds me of the old joke, that vivisectionists had started to use politicians instead of rats in their experiments. When asked why the scientists replied that "there are somethings even a rat will not do for a bribe."
Christian TV Host: God Will Punish Democrats for Trying to Impeach Trump ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2019:
Didn't their god used to smite Kings for breaking his laws, such as adultery, lying, stealing and covetousness? But will punish others for doing the smiting for him?
couture--the design & manufacture of fashionable clothes to the buyer's requirements & measurements
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2019:
couture is simply French for sewing or seaming
Leaked conversation taped at the UN.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2019:
Well well Trump expressing the desire to be allowed to act in the manner of tyrant! GOSH I am so surprised I could shit a brick! (This is Sarcasm for the benefit of the hard the of thinking)
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2019:
Sadly It seems the viewing audiences no longer enjoy surprises, and need to be clued up and over informed about every bit of entertainment today, before they will risk investing an hour or two.
And away we go... Which one is your fav? Join me in my new group. &Lampoonsofillwill
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2019:
No 4 Personally I find the way the British and American media have treated Greta Thunberg despicable. In and for standing up to Trump she has been ridiculed, had her private medical records put on public display, had her parents vilified as unfit and been generally abused for speaking the truth and make the establishment "uncomfortable". To her credit this has not yet stopped her and the anger and fear she has inspired in so called adult politicians is palpable. However I fear for her and her family people the like of presidents, Crown Princes and Prime Ministers do not enjoy being shamed and have notoriously long memories.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2019:
Quango is not actually an acronym, since the QU is the first two letter of the quasi. The word was adopted from a Vietnamese model and given a British meaning since the Vietnam war was still in close living memory and qu'ản go (phonetic) is simply the Vietnamese word for management or management commitee and is also why the word is HATED in the USA and is often replaced with the less idiosyncratic "Qualgo" ( 'quasi-autonomous local government organisation').
oxymoron--figure of speech that juxtaposes things that are contradictory--such as "a good death"
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2019:
A good death is a paradox not an Oxymoron, this is because good can only be presupposed to be positive by definition and death is not normally presumed a positive outcome, therefore a good death is paradoxical but perfectly possible, but good is not necessarily in conflict with or opposite to death but can have a relative meaning. "A living death" however is an an oxymoron because the noun and the verb are possibly equivatory, one set of definitions producing an impossible situation that can none the less have a metaphorical or reasonable meaning if the words are given their legitimate alternate definitions. Other Oxymoron examples are Good at being bad A deafening silence Virtual reality Pretty unattractive Civil Unrest Poor little rich girl Other Paradox examples are Fresh Cheese A small elephant A big mouse A head butt You can however have a presumed Oxymoron that can be either. This is basically a joke that relies on presupersision examples are Government organisation Honest politician Vegetarian steaks A modest actor A lead Balloon Microsoft works
kibosh--verb--decisively end or reject something, "put the kibosh on it"
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2019:
In the North of England putting the kibosh on something is to sabotage it. Since the word Kibsh pronounced Kibosh is Arabic for a Ram (male sheep) it is possible that the trick Jacob played on his father in law in the Bible and the Koran of scarring Rams during tupping to create blemished lambs that he could claim as his own is perhaps the origin of the word.
muckety-muck muck·et·y-muck /ˌməkədēˈmək/ noun a person of great importance or ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2019:
In the UK there is an expression "Lord Muck" used to describe people who think themselves more important than the social class they were born in to, or an entitled person who shows no gratitude. The phrase dates from the Dickensian era, perhaps a little earlier. Muck being farming slang for animal droppings used as fertilizer. However "Lord High Muck-a-Muck" is found in the Indiana County Gazette in 1891 combining the two expressions and bringing in to line the definitions.
A strange drawing found in Sinai could undermine our entire idea of Judaism - Israel News - ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2019:
Ashera worship was still going on in Nineveh at the time of Jeremiah and Jonah as both preached against worship of her, though in earlier times she had been the consort of YHWH and was a fertility godess, praised in the form of a long wooden phallic poles, that have been consistently discovered for decades despite the efforts of generations of male "holy" men to destroy them all.
Good word for me!
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2019:
Who’s your favorite scientist and why?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2019:
Nikola Tesla fascinating man with a fascinating life, a dreamer and innovator.
Christian Preacher: I Might Treat My Haters to Dinner If They Didn’t Avoid Me | Hemant Mehta | ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2019:
OH look Greg Locke number two in the Make America Straight Again organization after pastor Steven "Every Gay deserves to die" Anderson. You could not pay me to share a meal with this filth, I would no more sit down to eat with this man that I would eat a sandwich in a sewage farm, however with a gun put to my head and forced to make a choice I would take the sewage farm, as it would make me feel less dirty.
Arguing with Religious ones
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2019:
If they are willing to actually discuss things yes, if they simply wish to ignore me and then preach at me no.
Sometimes Catholic life can be humorous.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2019:
Holy inappropriate Batman!
Some theist clowns on Facebook were posting their usual religious bull shit, so I created this .
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2019:
All hail Porcthulu god of bacon and pig shit!
My father in law doesn't wish to be cremated because he fears it will be a problem when the rapture ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2019:
Comes from the old European belief that if you were being haunted by a deceased person, digging up their remains and burning them would banish the ghost, since there were no remains for it to rest in during the daylight hours.
Who was the nicest Christian you have met?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2019:
Most Christians are nice until they start talking about Christianity, at which point most feel obliged to turn in to total arseholes.
A movie from 1981 predicts our current world. An excerpt follows. []
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2019:
My Dinner with Andre


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