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I Want To Put It All Out There To Clear My Image...

Over the last few weeks, further health problems have been put at the top of my to do list since I have insurance till the end of July. Some of the results at the doctor's office haven't been good news at all, including somewhat mortal consequences type of results, and it brings in to question if I want parents in on what is going on. Then that makes me go back further, and think of all the harm and fucked up programming I've had to struggle with my whole life because of said parents. Then that

TheBluegrassSkeptic

TheBluegrassSkeptic

 

Fucked Up Things Christians Do To Keep Their Fold...in The Fold

http://www.metacafe.com/watch/1114150/a_letter_from_hell/   The above video isn't meant for those who aren't indoctrinated. It isn't meant for the unsaved, but for those who ARE saved and believing, but who aren't taking it seriously enough.   Watching this gives me chills and boiling anger. Emotional manipulation at its finest, I think.

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TheBluegrassSkeptic

 

Religious Propaganda In America

What is the difference between Islam's end times and that of Christianity? For the most part, most muslims I know will admit to the required bloodshed to be committed by their own hands, where as Christians only talk about Heaven, and stay away from mentioning the true details of Armageddon. A time when they will be expected to return and slaughter millions on Earth. Either way, I think on both sides of the table, y'all some pretty sick f*cks. I wish my children didn't have to be subjected to th

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TheBluegrassSkeptic

 

"war" On Religion? Yes, Please!

Everyone is crying about the very "secular liberal lobbyist" movement in Congress.   It doesn't exist.....YET.   After some of the "fan"mail, I have received from acquaintances on FB, MS, and Yayhoo, I am thinking there is one coming though. Why? Apparently, my posting things I find reflective of my anti-religious views on these sites would be categorized as "militant atheism". But, I feel that since the majority of my government representatives base their policies on idol worship, local hos

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TheBluegrassSkeptic

 

Religious Freedom: When Will Society Draw A Line?

I really think a lot of good points are brought up about the ridiculous nature of how religious beliefs are being observed in governmental policies that affect everyone, including the non-religious, and how the candidates are touting this fact. Hell, Santorum insisting that abortion is "legal" only because of the Supreme Court.... Ummm, isn't that what the Supreme Court does? Interpret the law and judge accordingly? This nut job would rather I stay home, work in the kitchen, and pop out as many

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TheBluegrassSkeptic

 

Well, She Finally Wants To Know Why I Dropped God

So my cousin and I got into another debate/argument/slapping "talk" on FB. Naturally, she posts links in response to anything I say on my wall, and this time, in regards to Easter, a link she posted proved my point about the Paschal Moon. ANYWAYS, she said Easter is NOW about Jesus, and I agreed that she and her book can hijack all the holidays they desire because it isn't anything new in history.   Yeah, went over like a lead balloon.   Needless to say the conversation went down hill from t

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TheBluegrassSkeptic

 

I've Had It Up To Here

The next evangelical that walks up to my 10 yr old son at our local fleamarket and tells him that he needs Jesus or he will burn in Hell (via tracts or speech), will find me at their church telling their Sunday school classes that they are in danger of being ass raped by one of their pastors, and I will hand out reprints of church sex abuse cases as "tracts" of evidence for my logic.   Of course I will be promptly charged with child endangerment of some kind, but I will have the satisfaction o

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TheBluegrassSkeptic

 

The Ultimate Solution To Most Telemarketing Annoyances

Hahhaa, just found a great way to counter telemarketers without going to the extreme of threatening their happiness or life.   Had a woman call me up trying to sell me a security system with Brinks. I let her go through her script, then I asked her (quite seriously toned) if she believed in Jesus Christ. She paused, answers yes, and tries to continue with her sale. I interrupt her and ask her why she would sell me a security system if she believes in Jesus Christ? She pauses, tries to say a se

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TheBluegrassSkeptic

 

Two Years Ago

So, I was going through a bunch of writings from my high school newspaper days, and came across some of my journaling attempts from just a couple years ago. It's a fun way to reflect on life and where you were at in your state of being at the time. The backdrop for this particular entry I am sharing would be my having once again, for the gazillionth time, left my current special someone. At this point, I had entered into a new relationship where I actually managed to fall in love and move past m

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TheBluegrassSkeptic

 

Pascal's Wager

The argument I hear most is that if at the end, you picked the wrong path of "no God" and there is a God, the judgement is severe. So many say to me, "Why not just go with God. If you are wrong, you don't lose anything in the end." Which, that rationale in itself, cheapens the value of God right there.   Don't these religious nutjobs see what is wrong with that argument?   Even Pascal himself, who postulated this whole thing for mathmatical demonstration, admitted to siding with belief in Go

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