Sunday, July 20, 2008

Dear Jebus,

every day you make it above 90, you make me even gladder you are dead. I hate you, and I hope your mom dates Jimmy Kimmel.
And yes, the heat makes the wimmin go practically naked, but that just makes it worse when you're single n there's no one to drag in a cool shower with you when you get home.
The Taliban had it right. Wimmin should be forced to risk heat stroke by covering themselves in layers of black wool, no matter the weather.
Oh, and Jebus? You didn't exist.

Luv,

brad

7 comments:

NutellaonToast said...

brad,

your utter hatred of religion is offensive to those of us who find religion only somewhat silly.

please stop being so offensive. You're disrespectinng all of us "religion is somewhat silly"ists (or RISSnotheists as I like to call us) greatly.

sincerely
Toast

Clem said...

Yeah, well, what are you going to do about it? Quit?

NutellaonToast said...

you mean "quit again" don't you?

clever pseudonym said...

Technically, Jebus did exist. The only thing in dispute is the conceived-by-a-whiper-from-the-Angel-Gabriel-miracle-working-Son-of-God stuff.

brad said...

There is no direct evidence Jebus existed, CP, which is particularly problematic in that he did not 'live' in prehistoric times. Maybe there was a minor political revolutionary whose memory became mixed with Jewish tales of the messiah, but I don't buy into any claims of historicity. Paul is the earliest 'historical' record of Jebus, n he was batshit crazy from hitting his head when he fell off the ass.

Susan of Texas said...

It's not only a matter of what we know happened, but also what we know did not happen. There is no record of Herod demanding everyone go back to thier birthplace for a census. There is no record of Herod ordering a mass murder of babies. The is no record of an eclipse at the supposed time of Jesus' death. There is no contemporary record of Jesus at all.

M. Bouffant said...

Yeah, also Roman historin Flavius never said anything about J. & Flavius was the historian of record around early A. D. (C. E). Or is that Flavius Josephus, or the other way around?

Or something. My memory is so crammed w/ anti-theism I'm beginning to get confused.