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ISISBrett

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    Southern California
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    Gunpla, tv, movies, anime, western animation, Wes Anderson, YuGiOh, Japan, Archer, Sealab2021, Frisky Dingo, Bob's Burgers, VEEP, Eastbound and Down, Seinfeld, Sunny in Philly, Will and Grace, Parks and Rec, Gundam, Valvrave, Gackt, Jon Hamm, Kristen Wiig, Bill Hader, SNL, HBO, Bill Maher
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    I'm a born USA citizen of Filipino descent. I'm a Japanophile, a slob, a jerk, aspiring hobbyist, comedy fan and college student. As of December 2012, I have begun going away from religion due to many believers' inability to tolerate all of my interests, my viewpoints on politics, marriage, media choices and general living. I feel that I have been changed too much by religion and want out immediately before I could get hurt or hurt more people.

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  • Still have any Gods? If so, who or what?
    The Christian Deity

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  1. "Why is hate a national past-time?" -Bill Maher, in light of racist twitterites insulting Nina Davuluri.

  2. Morning!! Though I wanna sleep more a do a lazy sunday routine. Sleep till 3, get food, watch the Cornetto Trilogy in a marathon

  3. I am a frequent regular of Right Wing Watch's facebook page and yeah, I call batshit crazy Religious right people who are reported in the page's updates "retards" along with insulting their plans. From Pat Robertson, Sandy Rios, David Barton, Linda Harvey, Gordon Klingenschmitt and more, Right Wing Watch displays many, many insane things they say. Today, one of my FB friends called me out being a regular in that page and we had an hour-long talk on why "hating those 'Christians' is a sin." Said friend told me that hate is like murder. Said friend vented out that I'm a hypocrite for hating people who hate. Said friend wants me to ignore these people and said friend told me to quit hating these "Christians." Firstly, I'm not crazy enough to murder those 5 people in my example. 2nd- while there are nice religious people, they are swept under the rug and are replaced by a majority of hateful asshats who believe that their religious POV IS the correct POV to live one's life. 3rd- if I truly hated these people, I'd be making shirts of their quotes and my response to those quotes on those shirts. I'd also use Photoshop. 4th- There are many Christians today who are hateful and are not into loving those they disagree with. Recent example: gay soldier Eric Alva, a loving Christian man was booed by a prayer group for being an advocate for impending LGBTQ protection upgrades on San Antonio's anti-discrimination laws. Said group touted that these upgrades would call their bigotry out, punish them for it and lied that "oh the gays can now be in office without scrutiny!!" I blocked the guy after I said "we're done." I have anger issues. I'm an angry guy and I do pop out occasionally but whenever the Religious Rightards feel a group of people must change or die because their holy book says so: I can't help it. Those religitards ARE full retards and are not going to stop until they get what they want. If calling these people retards on facebook pisses off Christians and they see it as me hating them, so be it. Like Bill Maher, I point out how wrong these religitards are. I'd do love though to be able to calm myself and let myself move on from the ridiculousness of the Christian Reich.
  4. James Spader of Boston Legal is now Ultron for Avengers 2. Yes or no??

  5. Ben Affleck is NOT BATMAN, according to Batman fans right now... Argo fuck this day I guess.

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    2. florduh

      florduh

      I think that genre is best portrayed on screen as cartoonish tongue-in-cheek and campy. Only the current crop of nerds takes cartoon characters this seriously.

    3. SilentLoner

      SilentLoner

      I saw that on the news and almost spit out my soda.

    4. mymistake

      mymistake

      Holy George Clooney, Batman!

  6. I like the new stuff Blizzard announced for Diablo III's expansion. Also can't wait for artworks of the evil angel Malathiel

  7. I like my new classes this fall semester! Now to get used to get up around the times I'm supposed to get up

  8. Japanese rock and visual-kei bands. Bands like Naitomea/Nightmare and The Gazette speeded things along.
  9. The Treaty of Tripoli should be a starting subject in elementary schools as well as naturalization exams for legal USA immigration. It's annoying xtians think the USA was founded on their deity's message.

    1. mymistake

      mymistake

      If only the Holy Spirit opened your eyes to spiritual truth you would realize the Treaty of Tripoli actually says . . .

       

      :)

  10. Whenever religionists say worldliness is an enemy, I quip that they are playing too much DmC: Devil May Cry. Context: the colorful demon world wants to kill the main character

  11. Went around Russia Today (News site), read of the antigay law articles and the comments there remind me of Fox News on LGBTQ matters: antagonizing gay people as if they are abominations and how "hatred of homosexuals" is a made up rhetoric...

  12. Gordon Klingenschmitt today wrongly used MLK Jr.'s "I have a dream" speech with the usual "your heart has sin" rhetoric to discriminate LGBTQ's. All because of a proposed anti-discrimination bill that would "ban Christians for serving in public offices or city systems." Klingenschmitt, you're doing it wrong.
  13. I'm now planning to watch George Carlin's live stand-ups. Which are his popular ones??

  14. Pat Robertson said recently that gamers are conducting "virtual sin" whenever characters we play kill something... Get off youtube/gamer's places, senile Christianist.
  15. I am a gamer, not a "virtual sinner."

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