Posts Tagged ‘religion’
Some days I wish I had a time machine, so I could go back in time a couple of hours.
I would warn myself to not bother with alcohol-induced discussions about Eternalism. Inexplicably, like Eternalism, those discussions apparently only have an end, but no beginning. Don’t ask.
Also, that giant Maria statue on the bar, next to the cow, looming over you? It’s not an apparition. She’s always been there. Really.
I consider myself a relatively patient person, but some days the world rubs me the wrong way.
If you’re going to bother me about your god-damn religious book – on a busy street, five minutes before shop closing time – at least make sure you’ve read the bloody thing in its entirety.
According to the pope new technologies cause confusion between reality and fiction.
I’m sure it’s possible to find a few World of Warcraft players who have lost their grip on reality but it’s nothing compared to the delusion caused by organized religion. Oh, and it’s nice to see that Godwin’s law also applies to people who dislike the internet.
More religions should go with the times, like the corn god.