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p-nullifidian comments on Oct 6, 2021:
An excellent question. I believe time is a component that may be overlooked here. The vile actions of R. Kelly are perhaps too fresh in the minds of many to separate the art from the artist. I am reminded of the case of playing Richard Wagner in Israel. For many decades following the end of World War II, it was unthinkable to imagine playing the music of a rabid anti-Semite who was championed by Adolf Hitler in a concert hall attended and performed by survivors of the Holocaust. Wagner, who once said, “The Jew is the plastic demon of the decline of mankind,” represented all that was evil about Nazi Germany, and anti-Semitism in general, and was not even heard on the radio. Gradually, this informal ban has been lifted, first on radio stations, and in recent years by a symphony orchestra in Tel Aviv. Attempts have been made to introduce Wagner to audiences of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, but under strong protests. It would seem that as long as survivors are with us who have tattoos in their forearms, Wagner concerts will remain a taboo for the IPO. Personally, I leave the choice of whether or not to play Wagner to the Israelis, however I feel that while an artist like R. Kelly is living, to promote his work via royalty or in any other way, and by extension put money in his pockets, would be a great dishonor to his victims.
Anti-Vaxxers are terrorists, plain and simple...
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 6, 2021:
A standard definition of terrorism is “the unlawful use of violence or threats to intimidate or coerce a civilian population or government, with the goal of furthering political, social, or ideological objectives.” I do not believe an antivaxer meets the criteria here.
Airborne less than 30 minutes on an outbound evening flight, the head flight attendant-for the cabin...
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 6, 2021:
Sadly, this is a joke from what appears to be the annals of aviation history, as meals have been replaced by peanuts, pretzels and a cup of soda. Can I get some rum with that Coke, please? πŸ˜‰
The National School Boards Association wants carte blanche in deciding school curriculum, free of ...
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 6, 2021:
It would seem unlikely that anything more than a position or endorsement might be taken here, as the states are the ones that determine public school curricula. And as one might expect, what is taught in the public schools varies from state to state. Southern states, for example, have historically been hesitant to confront their history in textbooks when it comes to slavery and the Civil War, Jim Crowe and public segregation. That said, what is happening in recent years appears more like an all out assault on the public schools curriculum through book banning, attempts to insert “intelligent design” into the science classroom and renewed efforts to reassert “traditional values” in the schools. Conservative Christians, especially when in the majority of a given community, would like to forget sometimes that we are a pluralistic and secular society and government.
FBI raids New York's police sergeants union offices and the union president resigns : NPR
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 6, 2021:
It would seem likely that the Feds would not have taken this step if they didn’t have reasonable cause. Reading this headline one might think we were still living in the 20th century!
Religions are not about finding truth—they are about defending lies.
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 6, 2021:
Yes, we’ve known this about religions for quite some time now, which is why Trumpism walks and talks like a religion more than it does a political movement.
Pat Robertson’s ‘700 Club’ Departure Marked With Montage Of His Most Repulsive Comments | ...
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 6, 2021:
One of the most vile creatures who ever walked the face of the Earth. A predator whose net worth is over $100 million, all conned from millions of gullible sheep! People like Robertson, Swaggart, Osteen, et al, should be taxed!
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah - Why Is Everyone Asking for Religious Vaccine Exemptions?
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 6, 2021:
If a workplace ever provides reasonable accommodations to the unvaccinated, the church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is ready to help with a letter insisting on reasonable accommodations to keep the unvaccinated isolated from the rest of the company. Most companies could not comply, of course, forcing the company to make a decision on what constitutes “reasonable” accommodations.
More should do this , you don't endanger patients that's why mandatory flu shots
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 6, 2021:
I suppose we shouldn’t be surprised. Meanwhile, in neighboring South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham was booed by the crowd at a Republican party gathering when he recommended that people “think about” getting vaccinated. The mob is ugly, especially when it’s stupid!
Good point.
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 6, 2021:
Anti-science, anti-civility, anti-reason, anti-evidence, anti-intellect, anti-democracy, anti-diversity, anti-law, anti-progress! This is what Trump and his ilk represent!
Fairly accurate meme
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 6, 2021:
Yup, sums it up. Republicans in Texas want to install more biased election officials, while Idaho’s bat shit crazy Lt. Gov., Janice McGeachin, patterns herself after her supreme orange-headed leader, issuing her own executive orders while the governor was out of state! The Republicans are rapidly racing toward the bottom, from state house to state house.
How can anyone support this fucked up shit is beyond me.
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 6, 2021:
This shit just keeps getting worse and never seems to end! Something tells me that we’re not going to hear a huge outcry from the faithful, many of whom bought into the Pizzagate Conspiracy.
As Gov.
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 6, 2021:
The shit show continues for the Republicans in our state houses!
Thought antivaxxers were the epitome of motivated human ignorance?
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 6, 2021:
I continue to be amazed at the lack of scientific literacy, not only in our society as a whole, but on this site as well. One might have thought that people who have examined the subjects of religion and the existence of a deity skeptically and who remain, on the whole, unconvinced or even unbelieving, might regard science more dispassionately. But alas, logic and intellectual discipline are in short supply.
Camel - Stationary traveller []
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 5, 2021:
I’m a huge fan of Camel. During the heyday of prog, they were always near the top of my list. I listened to their Mirage, Moonmadness and The Snow Goose albums incessantly. Thank you for this share.
The new technology is amazing
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 5, 2021:
“Who’s your daddy?” πŸ˜‰
Baby got an abundant posterior...
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 5, 2021:
A predilection shared by the band Queen. πŸ˜‰
Steve Jobs tried to treat his pancreatic cancer with alternative medicine — and it may have sent ...
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 5, 2021:
Homeopathic medicine is an oxymoron.
Fascist is as fascist does.
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 5, 2021:
I trust that most reasonable people would like to think that Trump’s days are behind us, that he was lightning in a bottle and we will never again see him in a position of political power. But we should also remember that most reasonable people didn’t take him very seriously in 2016.
The United States has the largest economy in the world.
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 4, 2021:
This is a 10 year old article. It would be interesting to have more timely data to see if anything has changed. Of course, one more category in which the United States leads the rest of the planet is Covid deaths.
These are pretty darned CUTE! Some of you may want to check into a pair... 😏
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 4, 2021:
The litter box is in back! πŸ˜‰
A lot of funny. "We dont have to respect everyone's beliefs." []
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 4, 2021:
Completely agree! Respect cannot be given, it must be earned, even when it comes to other people’s beliefs. If a belief is well-founded and evidence-based, then there is an opportunity for respect. As Oswald notes when dismissing the entire notion of respecting others’ beliefs, “You have to acknowledge other people’s beliefs, but then you have to reserve the right to say, ‘that is fuckin’ stupid, are you kidding me!’”
I'm pretty sure this is accurate.
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 3, 2021:
The left would probably not support Gene Roddenberry’s vision of a well-armed starship with a military command structure exploring the galaxy. Sure, a future without poverty and want under a “united earth” (one-world) government without racism, sexism or any apparent corporate corruption may sound great, but the Star Trek vision of the future is a meritocracy. Can the left handle a future where opportunity is equal but outcomes are not?
The five basic ethical principles to live by are: integrity, competence, responsibility, respect, ...
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 3, 2021:
A great quote. Much has been said about integrity, responsibility and respect. But less regard seems to be given to competence and concern, which I would sum up by repeating the advice of that most excellent of philosophers Bill S. Preston, Esq.: “Be excellent to each other.” πŸ˜‰
Here is what it looks like from the outside.
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 3, 2021:
More than just argue, unfortunately. Sometimes they will kill in “defense” of their faith.
Wisdom wins always...
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 2, 2021:
Ironic isn’t it that Seneca was a ‘contemporary’ with the non-historical figure called Jesus Christ!
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 2, 2021:
Hunting for survival is natural. Hunting for “sport” is vulgar.
Ways to mess with the religious bastards.
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 2, 2021:
Joan of Arc? Both a religious and political figure.
Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft in The Graduate - 1967
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 2, 2021:
Where have you gone, Mrs. Robinson? She was the prototypical cougar before such a term existed.
It takes brains to hunt, not so much to graze. []
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 2, 2021:
Wait, the woman is complaining because a meat product was placed on a shelf with vegan products? Seems to me she’s got it reversed! I keep seeing more and more vegan products showing up in the meat section! It’s not as though she was at an organic health food store. πŸ˜’
It is October so I just had to try a new Octoberfest beer from Sierra Nevada Brewing.
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 2, 2021:
Considering how much they brew, I’m still pleased with the product, even after all these years. As they say on their ads, family owned and argued over for more than 40 years. What’s most impressive to me though about Sierra Nevada brewing company is how they treat their employees. They have great benefits including: 401k match up to 10% Profit sharing Flex Spending Account Vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, long service leave On-site medical clinic (free to employee & qualifying dependents) On-site massage, acupuncture & yoga classes Exclusive employee events & family parties Beer Bucks (one free case with each paycheck) Taproom/Restaurant credit Gift shop discount Voluntary Pet Insurance Healthy vending machines in break rooms If you’re ever in Chico, you owe yourself a tour of the brewery and taprooms, which will be resuming soon.
Things rarely change except in name...
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 2, 2021:
Trump acknowledged climate change in 2016 and wanted to build a seawall for one of his European golf courses. What’s really weird is how Trump supporters seem to forget this about their “hero” along with the fact he was vaccinated for Covid.
There's also a talking snake 🐍 and an apple 🍎 that ruined the world 🌎
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 1, 2021:
It’s “Leviticus” and “Numbers.” A good joke spoiled.
9 Discontinued Canned Foods You'll Never See Again
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 1, 2021:
Progresso was a respectable product, but Chef Boyardee and Franco American are disgusting… may as well eat Swansons TV dinners! 🀒
US woman shocked after being ‘charged $11 for crying during surgery’ | indy100
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 1, 2021:
This is bullshit fake news as the patient later admitted that the $11 charge had nothing to do with shedding tears, but was for a routine annual examination and "brief emotion" actually referred to a behavioral assessment that was "basically 10 or less questions about mental health."
my comments: 1) Colin Kaepernick was, and is, right to protest, somehow.
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 1, 2021:
Well stated! But we should not be surprised by this, right? I mean, when in history were the oppressors and those in a position of power the first ones to recognize how oppressive their actions were? It is always the oppressed and the powerless who are forced to raise the awareness of the problem and fight against the inertia of inaction so that these voices may be heard. Am I right? The truth of the matter, more often than not, comes from those who have been victims of abject power. Before we had the videotapes, how many more Rodney Kings, Philando Castilles and George Floyds were there? A line can be traced from slavery to racial profiling and discrimination, even at the hands of the police, and it just goes on and on. Sometimes the least self-critical human being is a cop.
What utter crap, "57 times more likely to die if unvaccinated".
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 1, 2021:
Are you daft? The statistics don’t lie. He’s talking about people who are not vaccinated and contract coronavirus.
As found on Amazon: (sorry, not currently available, you will have to live by bread alone)
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 1, 2021:
Nice, but does it toast bagels?
Happy 97th birthday to former president Jimmy Carter🍻
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 1, 2021:
Probably the best former president we’ve ever had.
It's that day again fuckers....
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 1, 2021:
Now that’s a new one on me … a ‘crap cooler?’ or ‘cool crapper?’ Or is it an ‘Ig-loo?’ πŸ˜‰
Something to think about
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 1, 2021:
This is one of my favorite quotes of all time, from an esteemed Nobel laureate physicist. As a nullifidian I could not agree more! Thank you for sharing it.
I have been making country wines from my homegrown berries and I used to brew beers at home too.
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 1, 2021:
What an awesome logo! I envy you, sir! I began home brewing some four or five years ago and only got to about two dozen brews before I ran out of schedule. I’m a fan of big hops (what can I say I’m a Californian) and the Pliny knock-off I brewed was superb! I do look forward to more leisurely pursuits like homebrewing once I finally retire! Keep on brewing, my friend. πŸ€™
The freedom to be stupid
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 1, 2021:
In all seriousness, as we approach two years of this crap the more sympathy I feel for ICU staffs who’ve witnessed so much suffering and death. They are the ones who will, in all likelihood, suffer PTSD years from now. The very sound of heart monitors and ventilator pumps must be enough to trigger the memories of patients who lost their battle with Covid. I’m just grateful that I live in a region where people in the urban areas of Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area took social distancing and mask mandates to heart. ICU beds were, for the most part, never beyond capacity. This is a particularly sensitive topic for me as we nearly lost my mother to a pulmonary embolism during the third wave of the pandemic. The ambulance got her to the nearest hospital with ICU beds with ventilators and she pulled through it all. Had all the ICU wards been filled with Covid patients, as was the case in Southern California and other parts of the country, my mother would not have survived, as her heart stopped (and she was defibrillated) twice until they got her on a ventilator. Makes me wonder how many others were not so lucky.
The hills have eyes!
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 1, 2021:
Pity the fool who has to watch me … got to be the most boring job on the planet! πŸ₯±
People can change.
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 1, 2021:
I agree, for better or worse, people can and do change. I too did some very foolish things when I was a 15-year-old. As an adult I looked back at my teenage years and asked myself, “who was that person?”
Yes, I’d have a lot of questions for that cunt!
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 1, 2021:
I love it! I’ve often fantasized about meeting a superior being after I’m dead and gone. My first address to the so-called supreme bastard would be, ”Where the fuck have you been, you reclusive son of a bitch?!”
Damned right....
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 30, 2021:
F’ing brilliant!
We know our dogs have extraordinary senses…but can they sense the presence of a ghost?
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 30, 2021:
It’s a really weird question to ask this group, don’t you think? I mean, agnostics and atheists are not typically the kind of people who will just believe in anything or accept stories based on hearsay. Normally, one does not “believe in” something; rather they either believe or disbelieve, based on the facts of the matter. Otherwise they accept a story on faith, which is a position that lies well beyond the parameters of this discussion. How can one believe in ghosts? Either one believes ghosts are a fact or they do not. I for one have not seen enough evidence to accept any assertion that ghosts exist. If there were ghosts they would necessarily be a natural, physical phenomenon… something we could observe and measure with predictable repeatability. Ghosts, if they existed, would require a locus, a source of energy and a physical description.
Given everything we lived through in the Cold War, isn't it odd to see some of the aspects of this?
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 30, 2021:
I look at this way, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. are a 21st century version of a magazine subscription. If an autocratic and insecure government (e.g., Iran, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, North Korea, China, Cuba, Russia, Turkey, etc., you name it) doesn’t appreciate the comments in the “letters to the editor“ section (i.e., the blogs and posts), then they will ban the magazine (website) and seek to punish anyone who might seek a means to access it.
Hard to argue...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 30, 2021:
Nerd humor at its best!
Picked up a live Christmas tree a bit early this year...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 30, 2021:
I’m sure you’ll have lots of fun decorating it. Just don’t use anything with an open flame! πŸ˜‰
Exactly right. 100%
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 30, 2021:
Well said, but there’s no mention of fascism, which lies at the intersection of capitalism and authoritarianism. Fascism, and its populist right wing hit squad adherents, are where we seem to be headed in recent years. Fascism is the unspoken illness here!
(OMFDog!) The Young Turks - Tucker Carlson's INSANE "Cult of Coronavirus" Rant ...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 30, 2021:
So, in his rant, Tucker the Fucker claims, “All of us are born with a need to worship.” To that I can only respond, speak for yourself dickwad!
Now that's a upgrade
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 29, 2021:
The lines will be longer!
Santa's sleigh will be extra heavy this year.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 29, 2021:
Better than coal?
When do the American people get the answer to the questions Lt Gen Scheller asked?
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 29, 2021:
I remember another Marine LtCol who became very famous for conducting activities that were illegal. “Shred, Fawn, shred!” πŸ˜‚
You might be a Redneck when...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 29, 2021:
I’m hearing dueling banjos.
On the other hand...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 29, 2021:
Careful, could be habit forming! πŸ˜‰
One cannot be considered a moral person when he or she chooses to believe thinks that are not true, ...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 29, 2021:
I do not, and cannot, believe in a personal God, no matter how hard I try. My belief chose me, I did not choose this belief. No one could force me to change my mind on this, which in the mind of many faithful believers makes me an immoral person who will face the punishment of eternal damnation.
...if you are single are you homeless?
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 29, 2021:
Why are Christians so obsessed with sex, or as they love to call it, The Big Nasty?
Cat exercise includes more than chasing lasers.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 28, 2021:
Our cat forever changed our “over vs. under” toilet paper worldview. πŸ˜‰
Political correctness in 2021.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 28, 2021:
I can relate. The older I become the more difficult it is for me to keep up with identity nomenclature.
For those who were interested in how "soaking" works. It's apparently at least a threesome.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 28, 2021:
That looks like great exercise for the jumper, but hard on the bed! 🀣
Sums it up.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 28, 2021:
Indeed it does! I too am very angry these days, as I realize that we would’ve been a lot closer to a return to normal and hospitals wouldn’t be over run with people dying if the anti-vaxxers (yes, that includes you, Covid Cult) would have just shut up and rolled up their sleeves. You want to be “free” to be carriers of this disease, well fine! Isolate yourselves completely. Go off and start your own Amish community somewhere, but don’t ever appear in the public square or in our businesses or concerts, or sports venues, and don’t take public transportation ever again.
True here!!
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 28, 2021:
Socialism is the fear mongers’ bogeyman!
THE PARTISAN SPREAD OF COVID-19 VIRUS This graph by the NY Times has the Covid numbers by voting ...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 27, 2021:
Why am I not surprised? Thank you for this graphic which, unfortunately, helps explain high hospitalization rates we’re seeing in some states.
I Wonder Who Helped Create These Very Crazies? Oh, You Did. []
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 27, 2021:
The crazies created Trump, not the other way around. Trump just gets a big thrill egging them on. Much like a trash talking WWF wrestler does on a Friday night SmackDown, Trump loves the spectacle of adoring, mindless fans. And much like the fascists Hitler and Mussolini pounding their fists while yelling, or the communist Khrushchev pounding his shoe on the podium while shouting,Trump is a populist politician who loves to get the mob going. It’s all a big show, so much form without substance, that is until the mob takes matters into their own hands. The crazies in this country finally found a leader that sanctioned, if not ‘normalized’ their behavior.
Listen to These Two Horrible Christian Pastors Explain Why They Hit Their Kids | Hemant Mehta | ...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 27, 2021:
“…and when I spank them… the result is that they learn to obey… And obviously that’s the goal. What we’re doing is we’re raising adults who will learn to obey their boss at work, learn to obey their pastor in a church, learn to obey their husband at home.” Someday we will look back at this quote and wonder how we could have been so primitive, and how could we have allowed children to be brought up in such an abusive environment, where the end goal is unquestioning obedience. “It has always seemed absurd to suppose that a god would choose for his companions, during all eternity, the dear souls whose highest and only ambition is to obey.” Robert Green Ingersoll, “Individuality” 1873
We will all need to get a lot friendlier soon, I predict.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 27, 2021:
I agree with you 100%. Conflict, for the sake of conflict itself, is not sustainable.
Still fitting
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 27, 2021:
This one is suitable for this crowd ....[]
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 26, 2021:
Being bilingual is a true accomplishment. My aspirations are more modest … I prefer to remain cunnilingual. πŸ˜‰
A family member is gaslighting me, and it’s a fascinating psychological study when I can ...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 25, 2021:
I don’t think I’ve ever heard of anyone trying to deny something they’ve said when it’s in writing. Just scroll up, and there it is, no denying it.
Teacher Shows "Prager U" Video in Class - YouTube
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 25, 2021:
Prager U is as much as ‘university’ as Trump U, and to both I say, F U!
Ain't this the way it is! :-D
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 25, 2021:
Way too much truth in this one! Here in California we have Caltrans who performs roadwork and repairs to the highways. All too often we drive by and see five or six guys in their reflective safety jackets, leaning on their shovels and watching a guy dig!
Accurate photographic analogy of xstains trying to get their bibble into politics and public ...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 25, 2021:
Unfortunately, they appear to be winning, and that door may soon give way!
Slept in my Foreigner T-shirt; woke up cold as ice. Keep it going....
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 24, 2021:
Guess you are “Hot Blooded!” πŸ˜‚
I notice this image being thrown around on social media.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 24, 2021:
This has been an ongoing and steady trend for more than two decades. Since at least the early 90s, the era of Foxcon and other manufacturing conglomerates has resulted in the off-shoring of US manufacturing for everything from Nike tennis shoes to Apple computers. That we are not a leader in manufacturing for the world is old news. That we should do a better job at manufacturing, if for no other reason than our own survival, is an obvious conclusion. To report that the Chinese government does not behave as would be expected for a communist organization is an understatement. It appears that they became enamored in the 80’s with the Ferengi from Star Trek TNG and decided to adopt their Rules of Acquisition!
Pick the winner πŸ†.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 24, 2021:
Yes, but gravity always wins, in the ‘long run.’ πŸ˜‰
Bronx Zoo visitors get to watch gorillas engaged in oral sex.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 24, 2021:
Gorillas have nothing on Bonobos, the most libidinous of primates! πŸ˜‰
The sky was gray when I posted this.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 24, 2021:
Maybe you were dreaming?
Chris Cuomo Accused Of Sexual Harassment At 2005 Party
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 24, 2021:
Some behaviors run in the family! 🀦‍♂️
So, according to the Cyber Ninjas audit, Trump actually got 267 fewer votes than originally ...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 24, 2021:
I believe Trump wants to focus on the precincts won by Biden.
Creationist Kent Hovind Sentenced to 30 Days in Jail for Domestic Violence | Hemant Mehta | Friendly...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 23, 2021:
To say that Hovind is bat shit crazy is an insult to bats. He’s a convicted felon who was sentenced to 10 years in prison for 58 felony counts of tax evasion, a self anointed spokesperson for creation science (the ultimate oxymoron). He built his dinosaur park as a hook to evangelize. His son Eric is just about as loony as he is!
Where is my coffee?
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 23, 2021:
Nothing like missing your morning cup of Joe to set your crotch on fire! πŸ˜‚
Sometimes it is ok to take a step back and admit you are being completely ridiculous.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 23, 2021:
Don’t be ridiculous! πŸ˜‰
What's with all the thinly veiled hookers joining this site?
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 23, 2021:
Feels like Facebook!
Brian Tyler Cohen - Ted Cruz asks question at hearing and IMMEDIATELY regrets it [youtube.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 23, 2021:
Ted Cruz is the biggest dick there ever was!
| Caller Sees God's Face In A Photo Of A Cloud | Jaime-CO | Atheist Experience 25.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 23, 2021:
Having heard so many face palm worthy remarks on his show you’d think Matt Dillahunty would have a permanent hand-shaped impression on his face!
Perhaps there is hope for the Middle East. []
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 23, 2021:
We can only hope this catches on!
Why would anybody vote for that senile crooked Joe Biden.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 23, 2021:
Because a Republican President only selects conservative judges who want to ban abortion, side with big money over the little guy and uphold laws that promote religion. Elected officials come and go, but a judge can affect society for many decades.
This is incredible information.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 22, 2021:
Can you fix the link?
Jeffco public health director spars with Christian school attorneys in court over mask mandate ...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 22, 2021:
The county’s public health guidance changed over time? But their church’s interpretation of their “holy” scriptures hasn’t?
New Hampshire Now Least Religious State in U.S.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 22, 2021:
Being free of religion fits nicely with the State motto of Live Free or Die! πŸ˜‰
Christian Mommy: Love Isn’t Necessary to Get Married; That’s “a Hollywood Thing” | Hemant ...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 22, 2021:
Well, at the risk of being perceived as a contrarian, she’s actually right. The institution of marriage was originally financial, if not political in nature. Religion later appropriated the institution and tried to “sanctify” it. Marriage was never about erotic love. The lovers in The Song of Solomon were not married. And romantic love is a more recent invention, not necessarily associated with marriage either.
The COVID-19 mRNA inoculation. [] IMHO not a true vaccine.
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 22, 2021:
I’m not sure I understand why you say that. What is your definition of a “true vaccine?” The whole point of this article in Nature is to cite the contributors and incremental steps that led to the mRNA vaccination, and who is most deserving of the Nobel Prize. Nobody would be talking Nobel prize for a vaccine that isn’t “true.”
How do Christians explain the significance of Jesus and his death such that he became the savior?
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 21, 2021:
“How do Christian’s [sic] explain the significance of Jesus and his death such that he became the savior? I went to Catholic school and I still don’t understand this. Was there some sacrifice on god’s or Jesus’s part?” Are you sure you went to Catholic school? If so, were you paying attention? Excuse me for being suspicious but your question sounds like an attempt to troll.
It sure as hell ain't mine! 😜
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 21, 2021:
Thanks for qualifying this joke for us! πŸ˜‚
The Ring of Fire - Marjorie Taylor Greene Gives Completely Bonkers Speech While Trying To Impeach ...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 21, 2021:
“Marjorie Taylor Greene Gives Completely Bonkers Speech” πŸ₯± Not exactly a headline there, my friend. πŸ˜‰
Something tells me these got made with the help of some drugs (and possibly pizza). TMNT Logic?
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 21, 2021:
That funny tasting oregano in your pizza sauce will only make you crave more pizza!
More Stupid News! "Mother-of-four who proudly posted that she was 'unmasked, unmuzzled, and ...
p-nullifidian comments on Sep 20, 2021:
Some people may never learn, even on their deathbed, that the virus really doesn’t care what your political views are. It is a shame that this mother four made the choice that she did, instead of getting vaccinated, if for no other reason than for the sake of her children. It’s one thing to claim to be a free thinker and a skeptic, as she did, but it’s another thing entirely to deny the scientific consensus and align yourself with some of the biggest bozos on the planet.
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