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Christianity &Islam &Judaism Thomas on 18 Jan 2011 12:03 am

God chooses Miss America, negating all the prayers of all other contestants as well as the free will of the judges. The pageant is all part of God’s Plan.

Here is a photo of Miss America on the night she won the pageant:

Miss America Organization’s Photos – Miss America 2011 Teresa Scanlan

If you believe that the photo is a fake, you can see the original on Facebook:

Miss America Organization’s Photos – Miss America 2011 Teresa Scanlan

The comments on the photo are things like:

Jennifer Broas- Amazing shot, giving glory to her Saviour!

Jill Bennett Bearden- Love, love this picture!!!!

Darcy Neveu- Let His light shine :)

Kristina Mason- Love this pic! Praise God!!

Sarah Salazar- Man. I love her even more now. Praise Jesus!!

Veronica Ayers Ward- God Bless You!!

Karey Fletcher- great picture. you can do all things through God! AMEN

Looking at Teresa Scanlan’s blog we find:

Miss America is Here: Why Am I Competing?

When I found pageantry, I realized that God had prepared me for this competition by creating me to love diversity, and here was the place I could use the talents He had given me.

I was reading 2 Timothy and chose chapter 2, verse 15 as particularly applicable to me. It reads: “Be diligent to present yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth.” As I thought about that verse and how it applied to me, I wrote the following prayer:

Dear God, please help me to be a diligent servant not only today but from here on out. Give me the strength and wisdom to accurately handle your word of truth and the diligence and perseverance necessary to be a worker who is not ashamed. I wish to be a shining light for you, a glowing example of who you are, and a grain of salt in a tasteless world. Whether or not this is achieved through a position, crown, title, or job, please place me exactly where you need me to be an effective ambassador for you. I am clay in your hands, your humble servant, willing to do whatever you wish for me in your perfect plan. I love you so much and thank you for blessing me so tremendously and bestowing such outstanding opportunity on me. My greatest wish is to exemplify your love through my words and actions in order to bring others to you.
Your Loving Daughter, Teresa

That night I won the title of Miss Nebraska. From that, I know that this is exactly where God wants me to be, and He has a plan for each and every day of my life, not only this year, but every year.

Why am I competing in the Miss America competition over the next ten days? Because God has placed me in this position to show His love.

Teresa prayed, and she won that very night. God “has a plan for each and every day of my life, not only this year, but every year.”

It is all part of God’s plan. So the winner of the Miss America Pageant was chosen by God. The free will of the judges was taken away and they were forced to vote in a way pleasing to God to fulfill his plan. All prayers by any other contestants were pointless and were denied, since they were all praying outside the plan. The thousands of other girls who lost at various stages in the local and state pageant systems suffered the same fate. And the millions of ugly girls who were completely excluded from the process, of course, suffered as well.

Apparently Teresa completely missed the verse in 1 Timothy chapter 2 that says:

Also that women should adorn themselves modestly and sensibly in seemly apparel, not with braided hair or gold or pearls or costly attire but by good deeds, as befits women who profess religion. Let a woman learn in silence with all submissiveness. I permit no woman to teach or to have authority over men; she is to keep silent.

This video on God’s Plan is helpful:

Helpful chapter: Chapter 15 – Why is God so sexist?

47 Responses to “God chooses Miss America, negating all the prayers of all other contestants as well as the free will of the judges. The pageant is all part of God’s Plan.”

  1. on 18 Jan 2011 at 4:31 pm 1.Barry said …

    That is absolutely sickening.

  2. on 18 Jan 2011 at 8:21 pm 2.Jason said …

    How can we take back our country from these religious freaks? Why are churches tax exempt? How come my taxes pay for Govt sponsored religious programs? This sickens me.

  3. on 18 Jan 2011 at 10:43 pm 3.JohnnyP said …

    Thomas, I don’t think I ever LOL’ed as much at any of your other posts. Very clever take on this lame “God wanted me to win the beauty contest/football game/academy award” crapola we’re always forced to listen to.

    The quote from Timothy was a brilliant way to close. Ya gotta love the mind games xians play with themselves to justify wanting the things they want.

  4. on 19 Jan 2011 at 3:29 am 4.Anonymous said …

    The miss America pagent will disown winners if they have nude photos, but doesn’t mind winners who are really really delusional.

    Why doesn’t Teresa follow 1 Timothy chapter 2? What a joke.

  5. on 19 Jan 2011 at 6:35 am 5.Tigerboy said …

    Outstanding.

    I guess Teresa cherry-picks her Timothy verses.

  6. on 19 Jan 2011 at 10:41 am 6.JohnnyP said …

    Her thought process must’ve been something like:

    “Hmmm, I really enjoy hairstyles, makeup and nice clothes. However, those things are clearly unchristian since they’re all byproducts of narcissism and vanity. And what of that pesky 1 Timothy 2? Therefore, if I want being a beauty queen to appear as a spiritual journey, I have to find a way to make it about God so I don’t look (or feel) like a superficial hypocrite….I know! I’ll say I’m doing it for Jesus! To give glory to God On High! Nevermind explaining how my hair makeup and nice clothes are benefiting Jesus. As long as other Christians hear me say “Thank You Jesus” and “Praise His Name” all through it, they won’t stop to ask what deep, spiritual meaning a beauty pageant has.”

    And, judging from the comments of others on her Facebook, she was right.

  7. on 19 Jan 2011 at 2:25 pm 7.Chance said …

    “How can we take back our country from these religious freaks?”

    This implies you atheist at one time had it? Sorry Jason, don’t be a hater.

    I am heartened the atheists are taking an interest in Scripture. Keep reading, open you heart to Christ and understanding will come.

  8. on 20 Jan 2011 at 4:27 pm 8.Anti-Theist said …

    The country is already ours thanks to our secular constitution, it has always been that way. Today Christianity has no teeth and where you find Christians stepping out of line you’ll find atheists crushing them in court.

  9. on 20 Jan 2011 at 6:20 pm 9.Burebista said …

    LOL, sure Anti-Doll. Now back to reality

    When interpreting the Constitution one must look to our founders actions to see the precise intent. Its much like voting for a politician. Look at his past actions. Prayer in the congress. prayer in the schools, preaching in the congress, christian symbolism through the government institutions. Their idea of religious establishment was not tied up in prayers and symbols. The founders were not loony left whack-jobs.

    The problem is too many on the left willing admit they don’t care what this “out dated” document states. That is why we are in the mess we find ourselves.

  10. on 20 Jan 2011 at 9:14 pm 10.Anti-Theist said …

    Burebista, your interpretation skills are as flawed as your research abilities; Christian forefathers where the minority in this country. You keep seeing what you want in my constitution, well keep using it to destroy you in court; now that’s reality. As I’ve read and scrutinized the united states constitution thoroughly, I’d love to hack any specific references or arguments you have to pieces. Please offer me the opportunity. Maybe we could start at “We the people.”

  11. on 20 Jan 2011 at 9:59 pm 11.Boz said …

    Oh, don’t mess with Ant-Acid. He will destroy you. Please Ant-Acid, you are over-matched in every room you walk into.

    But Bure, you comments on the Constitution. The founders were, of course, a vast majority theist with many of the Christian faith. In order to remove God, they must ignore history and focus on a letter written by Jefferson to assure the Danbury Baptist the Feds would not establish a state church.

    Now of course, the Feds have now over-stepped the letter and the Constitution. Never mind Jefferson was in Paris during the writing of the Constitution. Guys like Ant-Acid want to enforce their own religion on We the People. He will crush you into fine powder. Sounds like a commie…

  12. on 21 Jan 2011 at 12:44 pm 12.JohnnyP said …

    Boz, Burebista, et al…

    With all due respect, religion is (and should be) a personal choice. Do you agree with that? Do you mean to suggest the founding fathers’ intent was to force religion on citizens? Is that would you’d like to see happen? Just curious of the mindset here…

  13. on 21 Jan 2011 at 1:49 pm 13.Boz said …

    “Do you mean to suggest the founding fathers’ intent was to force religion on citizens?”

    Define forcing religion on citizens.

  14. on 21 Jan 2011 at 2:33 pm 14.JohnnyP said …

    RE: #13

    “Define forcing religion on citizens.”

    Instating prayer in public schools, religious imagery, quotes, and implications in government publications/documents, public/political venues (courthouses, parks, etc.) In other words, proclamations of a religious nature in circumstances that include all citizens. Where do you feel it is necessary to proclaim one’s faith, and why?

  15. on 21 Jan 2011 at 3:07 pm 15.Boz said …

    “Where do you feel it is necessary to proclaim one’s faith, and why?”

    That is not proclaiming a faith, it is practicing what our founding fathers practiced. A belief and recognition that God is the one who provides freedom for all men. (See the DI for more information). Do you see this as the establishment of a state church? If so How? The founders did not.

    Proclaiming a faith would be establishing a state Baptist/PC/Methodist church body run and controlled by the government.

    Why would you force Americans to abandon what out founders found to be central in our existence?

  16. on 21 Jan 2011 at 5:16 pm 16.JohnnyP said …

    RE: #15

    “Why would you force Americans to abandon what out founders found to be central in our existence?”

    I’m not suggesting anything of the kind. But to say what our “founders found to be central in our existence” should therefore be what we all find central to our existence sounds suspiciously unconstitutional. The first and foremost issue they were concerned with was freedom of choice for ALL.

    Faith is a personal matter. Why do you feel the need to make it public? Do you feel that you need the collective faith of others in order to practice your own? If public proclamations of faith were outlawed (and I’m NOT suggesting they be, just play “what if” for a moment), would that adversely affect your own faith somehow?

    I’m just trying to understand why Christians (for example) feel compelled to inject their beliefs into public awareness. Why do you want to force my children to pray in school? Why do you want me to see the ten commandments posted on government buildings? You can worship who or whatever you want in your homes and churches. Why do you need others to see you doing it? Or force them to participate?

    The same rights and privileges that allow you to have your beliefs are the same rights and privileges that allow others to believe something different — or nothing at all.

  17. on 21 Jan 2011 at 7:05 pm 17.Severin said …

    15 Boz
    “That is not proclaiming a faith, it is practicing what our founding fathers practiced.”

    Your founding fathers practiced to kill witches.

    Will you suggest to your authorities to enter the schools a program about how to recognize witches?

    If not, why not? That is what your founding fathers practiced!

  18. on 21 Jan 2011 at 7:09 pm 18.Severin said …

    16 JohnnyP
    “Or force them to participate?”

    Or force them to even watch the circus?

  19. on 21 Jan 2011 at 8:01 pm 19.Boz said …

    “to say what our “founders found to be central in our existence” should therefore be what we all find central to our existence sounds suspiciously unconstitutional.”

    Unconstitutional? Really? If you can provide from the Constitution where this is Unconstitutional we can go further.

    Faith is not a personal matter. Try Matthew 28:19-20.

    If your child does not want to pray in school sit quietly. Nobody can force you to pray.

    Why do you find the 10 Commandments offensive? Do you have a right under the Constitution to not be offended? I hear and see things everyday that are offensive.

    I ask again. Our founders practiced all of these things. Why are you compelled to change the founders intent? What drives atheists to believe because they are offended they must be removed. You are not compelled to participate.

  20. on 21 Jan 2011 at 8:06 pm 20.Curmudgeon said …

    Boz you brought to light what is in the Declaration of Independence. Do you realize what you have done? Now SCOTUS must deal with the removal of the DI from the public forum. What atheists will take this on……

    Maybe Marshal Brain?

  21. on 21 Jan 2011 at 10:00 pm 21.MrQ said …

    Boz

    Faith is not a personal matter. Try Matthew 28:19-20.

    And you’re using a book requiring faith to back up your argument. How ironic.

    If your child does not want to pray in school sit quietly. Nobody can force you to pray.

    And if your child does not wish to chant “Allah Akbar” with the rest of the class, then they can remain mute. See, it’s not so much fun if the god gets switched just a little bit, is it?

    Why do you find the 10 Commandments offensive?

    Isn’t that from the old book? The one you don’t like because a new version came along? Shouldn’t you take offense?

  22. on 21 Jan 2011 at 10:25 pm 22.Boz said …

    Curmudgeon I apologize. I hope I haven’t put this grand document at risk. I never considered some crazy atheist might actually get it removed.

    Mr Q I use a book that I follow to back my reasons why faith is not personal. I understand your faith follows no guidelines. I regret the logic evades you.

    If I lived in Iran then I would respect the students rights to pray to Allah. My child would pray to God. If I lived in the USSR I would respect the right of your children to worship the state. Unfortunately many in your sect don’t not believe in respect.

  23. on 21 Jan 2011 at 11:10 pm 23.Severin said …

    19 Boz
    “Faith is not a personal matter. Try Matthew 28:19-20.’

    Whose matter is faith, Boz?
    You OWE us your kind answer!

    Why should we take M. 28:19 as reference?
    Why not a sura from Kuran, or a chapter from Harry Potter, or a stone writing from ancient Egypt, or Allice in Wonderland?

    I see that you are not taking seriously words of your god from the Bible, why expecting us to take them seriously?

  24. on 21 Jan 2011 at 11:53 pm 24.MrQ said …

    If I lived in the USSR I would respect the right of your children to worship the state

    I was born in the most atheistic nation in the world, Sweden. How’s the lack of belief working there? Hmm….. Boz, run along now and go check it out…

    Unfortunately many in your sect don’t not believe in respect

    Can you define the sect(s) of atheism? I didn’t realize that choosing to live a life immersed in logic and reason qualified me for membership in a sect. It is those who choose to live by faith that can be divided into sects, cults, denominations, religions, etc. BTW, which sect/branch of Christianity do you prefer?

  25. on 22 Jan 2011 at 12:01 am 25.JohnnyP said …

    RE: #19

    “Matthew 28:19-20…”

    So is that why you (and the others) are regulars on this site? Trying to make disciples of us? Baptizing us in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit?

    Seriously? If not that, then why?

    I imagine your children pray plenty at home and church. Why do you need them to pray in school as well?

    I’m not offended in the least by the ten commandments. I just don’t see why they need to be posted in public places. Do you need to be reminded of them, otherwise you may be out coveting and murdering? Is your faith so shaky that you need it to be outwardly reinforced every where you go?

  26. on 22 Jan 2011 at 1:12 am 26.Boz said …

    “Seriously? If not that, then why?”

    Why are you here? I thought the purpose of the site was to convert theist. I can’t answer for others. What does it matter?

    “I imagine your children pray plenty at home and church. Why do you need them to pray in school as well?”

    Maybe you are not a student of history? Once you let the government take away rights it becomes a slippery slope. Why are you against prayer in schools? Why do you want the government over stepping? Are you afraid your children will believe in God?

    “I just don’t see why they need to be posted in public places.”

    Why not? They have been there quite a long time. Why are they a problem now? Whats next?

  27. on 22 Jan 2011 at 2:37 am 27.MrQ said …

    I use a book that I follow to back my reasons why faith is not personal. I understand your faith follows no guidelines. I regret the logic evades you.

    Yes…You use a book of FAITH to explain why FAITH is not personal.
    My “faith” has no guidelines? Better look up a definition here – Faith: belief and trust in and loyalty to God, firm belief in something for which there is no proof (from:
    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/faith)

    Oopps. No faith for me, please but thanks anyway. Sounds more like you.

  28. on 22 Jan 2011 at 2:53 am 28.JohnnyP said …

    RE: #26

    “Why are you here?”

    Uh…it’s an atheist blog and I’m an atheist…? You didn’t answer why you’re here.

    “Are you afraid your children will believe in God?”

    Are you afraid yours won’t if they don’t have it in their faces morning noon and night?

    “Why are [the ten commandments] a problem now?”

    They’re not for me. I asked why you need to see them everywhere.

  29. on 22 Jan 2011 at 3:16 am 29.Boz said …

    “Uh…it’s an atheist blog and I’m an atheist”

    Thats strange. Do you need to be persuaded to remain an atheist? I would think as a devout atheist you would want me to stay?

    “Are you afraid yours won’t if they don’t have it in their faces morning noon and night?”

    Uh, We are Christians we live it daily…..Of course you remain on this trail of digression. Why must you take it away?

    “They’re not for me. I asked why you need to see them everywhere.”

    Good, will you help get them replaced? Its part of our history, our heritage and our founding. I’ll ask again. Why do atheist feel the need to take them away.

    You are either willfully ignorant or in a state of avoidance. Everything I mention has been with us from the founding. So, why change it? Why must atheist take these away?

    Now you know why I am here.

  30. on 22 Jan 2011 at 3:47 am 30.JohnnyP said …

    RE: #29

    “Do you need to be persuaded to remain an atheist?”

    No. I can think for myself. Really. I can.

    “We are Christians we live it daily…”

    Again, why do you need others seeing you “being a Christian”? Does Jesus give brownie points or something?

    Not according to Matthew: “When you pray, don’t be like the hypocrites who love to pray publicly on street corners and in the synagogues where everyone can see them. I tell you the truth, that is all the reward they will ever get.”

    And then there’s…

    “But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.”

    Oops.

    “Why do atheist feel the need to take [the ten commandments] away.”

    I don’t. Would you object to equal time and space for atheist sentiments in public places?

    “Now you know why I am here.”

    To be smug and argumentative? And I’m to learn what from that?

  31. on 22 Jan 2011 at 7:12 am 31.Severin said …

    15 Boz
    “Why would you force Americans to abandon what out founders found to be central in our existence?”

    Which Americans? The ones who, only 400 years ago, came uninvited, and forced the people on 2 continetnts to change their religion?

    What would their founders say to that?

  32. on 22 Jan 2011 at 7:24 am 32.Severin said …

    29 Boz
    “Its part of our history, our heritage and our founding.”

    400 years!? Some history!

    Were America empty when you came there?
    What with people who already were there for milleniums?
    Did they have right to appeal to their founders and to keep their religions?

  33. on 22 Jan 2011 at 1:14 pm 33.MrQ said …

    Boz, #11

    The founders were, of course, a vast majority theist with many of the Christian faith.

    You do mean that they were all deists, with none being christian. Don’t you?http://freethought.mbdojo.com/foundingfathers.html Check the link, and then look at some quotes attributed to the founding fathers.
    Sorry, Boz…I just thought that a reality check might be in order.

  34. on 22 Jan 2011 at 1:57 pm 34.Boz said …

    Johnnyp

    Love to chat with you but as I stated you are either willfully ignorant or in a state of avoidance. Everything I mention has been with us from the founding.

    You refuse to answer the questions So, why change it? Why must atheist take these away? Being a liberal maybe you agree the Constitution is no longer important?

    Arrogant, smug and argumentative come to mind we trying to chat with you. I you answer I’ll continue if not then bye bye.

    Mr Q,

    I’m sorry but I have read biographies on most of our founders through the years. The vast majority were Anglican, Presbyterian and Congregationalist. I do not rely on blogs that parrot what I want to hear. I did get a nice laugh that you would use a freethought blog as your source.

  35. on 22 Jan 2011 at 2:30 pm 35.JohnnyP said …

    Ah. Christian Arrogance. It’s a thing of beauty, isn’t it? It so helps to convince me that the Holy Spirit dwells within you.

    RE: #34:

    “Arrogant, smug and argumentative come to mind [when] we try to chat with you.”

    But I’m a lost, vile heathen who doesn’t know any better, remember? What’s your excuse? And, at the risk of stating the obvious: You continually come here, to an atheist blog, where you know you’ll read atheist sentiments. If you think atheists are smug and argumentitive, then here’s a brilliant idea: Don’t keep coming back here! (I suspect you even have the site bookmarked, since most people who come here often wouldn’t want to type whywontgodhealamputees.com every time.) The atheists here don’t argue with each other, they argue with YOU who insist on coming in and spewing your Christian idiocy. Seriously, dude. Why do you guys feel such a need to do that? Again, does Jesus award brownie points for effort?

    “I did get a nice laugh that you would use a freethought blog as your source.”

    Because you don’t use christian sources for yours? I guess the free thought authors just made up all those facts. Shame on them!

    “If you answer I’ll continue if not then bye bye.”

    Oh please won’t you continue? I’m learning so much from you.

  36. on 22 Jan 2011 at 4:30 pm 36.MrQ said …

    Boz,
    Are you suggesting that, by default of their individual faiths, the founding fathers wanted to create a theocratic country? A country which used the bible as the foundation of all laws?

    Or did they just want to ensure that people with religious beliefs were entitled to privately practice their rituals free from government influence/interference? And government should operate free and independent from all religious bias?

  37. on 22 Jan 2011 at 5:53 pm 37.Horatio said …

    John John

    You know what reality is? I know atheist who are decent, respectful individuals. What happened to you slick? I thought atheist didn’t need religion to be good people? You proved that theory wrong.

    I was wondering here. With you theory on religious symbols in government, should we pull down the Washington Monument? Hey, We don’t need that reminder do we? We could you the rocks for a homeless shelter. Lets just tear down all monuments including the WWII and Korean. That’s you next assignment.

    If you REALLY knew anything about Jesus you would know He was confrontational.

    I know you have to be reassured you atheism is OK by frequenting the WWGH, but the religious who frequent here do so to see if we can be converted. We are invited. You think your smug arrogance helps to bring this about?

    Severin

    You hatred of America is noted. You Euros are welcome for pulling your fannies out of the fire countless times in the last 100 years.

    Nobody has been as bloody and cruel as you Euros!

    Arrogant as ever…

  38. on 22 Jan 2011 at 7:07 pm 38.JohnnyP said …

    Hor Hor

    “You know what reality is?”

    Hmmm…an invisible spirit in the sky?

    “I know atheist who are decent, respectful individuals. What happened to you slick?”

    I know christians who are decent, respectful individuals. What happened to you slick?

    “I thought atheists didn’t need religion to be good people.”

    Apparently, religion has done wonders for you. Such tolerance! So non-judgmental!

    “If you REALLY knew anything about Jesus you would know He was confrontational.”

    I guess that’s why he’s likened to a lamb? ‘Coz lambs are so confrontational?

    “You think your smug arrogance helps to bring this about?”

    You think your smug arrogance is convincing anybody Jesus Is The Way?

  39. on 22 Jan 2011 at 7:32 pm 39.Severin said …

    37 Horatio
    “You hatred of America is noted.”

    You must be sick!

    I never hated anyone, especially not “en masse”!
    I only wanted to remind you (using some sarcasm, maybe bad) that EVERYONE has “founders” and that history was always a mother to ones and stepmother to others.

    “Nobody has been as bloody and cruel as you Euros!”
    Although it is not a competition in cruelty, I could agree with you!
    We learned something from it, didn’t we?

  40. on 22 Jan 2011 at 8:09 pm 40.Boz said …

    “With you theory on religious symbols in government, should we pull down the Washington Monument?”

    Hor, now that is funny!

    Johnny has no desire to discuss the subject matter such as removal of historical monuments and practices. Sure, he starts out with this tone but see how quickly he gets nasty. When he gets backed into a corner he becomes the proverbal mad dog.

    He only desires to condemn, insult and make judgments about others intentions. He is out of ideas and thus he is done.

  41. on 22 Jan 2011 at 9:13 pm 41.Anti-Theist said …

    I would feel privileged to see all like minded rationalists who frequent this forum to stop entertaining the aggression sighting trolls we have come so familiar with. Risking lashings from those whom I relate with: adults should not lower themselves to the level of lunatics, fighting passionately for those with closed minds while being ridiculed by those same people. I, being guilty of the before mentioned mistakes, have probably influenced many of the loons to stay and detour us from meaningful internal communication; but I know that an ignored idiot will find its entertainment elsewhere. If this challenge seems less than noble…

    Why?

  42. on 22 Jan 2011 at 9:45 pm 42.JohnnyP said …

    RE: #41

    A-T, you’re absolutely right. I have to remind myself next time that I’m trying to reason with people who believe in invisible sky-daddies, a 6000 year old earth, talking snakes, and a floating ark full of millions of animals built by a 600 year old man just because an ancient book tells them so. What was I thinking?!

    Thanks for the snap back to reality, man. Consider them ignored.

  43. on 22 Jan 2011 at 10:34 pm 43.Horatio said …

    Boz,

    They took their ball and went home. That what children do.

    But back to adult conversation. The reason we have Michael Newdows filing court cases to get “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance and “In God We Trust” on U.S. currency removed is really simple in nature.

    1. He gains fame. Guys like him want to feel relevant.
    2. He is bored. He has nothing else in his life. Fill it with meaningless court cases. With all the problems we face, this is what he finds important.
    3. He feels superior. His vision of the Constitution is superior to others since he sees himself as smarter and more informed than our previous generations. Arrogance would sum this up.

    Of course he lost in the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Its pretty much over if he can’t win there.

    Maybe his next case will to get the Washington Monument torn down.

  44. on 22 Jan 2011 at 11:54 pm 44.Xenon said …

    Horatio,

    I would say the sums it up pretty well. You forgot the irrational paranoia that the Christians are out to get them.

  45. on 18 Feb 2011 at 3:04 am 45.BJE said …

    If god exists, he is the GRANDPAPPY of Trolls!!!! LOL!! but he does not exist, and the bible is nothing more than a book used as propaganda for ancient times…Sorry…DOES NOT APPLY TODAY!!!

    Unless, christians…you want me to:

    a) stone people to death
    b) beat my slave?? really? How was even owning slaves ever considered “ok????”
    c) kill people who work on sundays
    d) Kill children if they swear at their parents

    Sounds RIGHTEOUS!!!!! haha

    and BELIEVE IN:

    1) A talking snake??? HAHA HOW OLD ARE WE???
    2) A flood that NEEDED MORE WATER THAN IS ON EARTH?? hmmm…..
    3) Collecting all the species (millions of species) and putting them on a wooden boat?
    4) That a “Virgin” had a baby without humping?

    SOUNDS LIKE FABLES AND PARABLES FOR CHILDREN!!!

    Those stories are no more believable than

    i) Riding a Winged horse to seven layers of heaven where many virgins await
    ii) Finding mysterious gold plates in a mountainside that foretold of a ancient jewish city in North America….? Hahahahahaha……wow….mormons are halarious.
    iii) Believing in a purple squid with antlers that glows green on wednesdays

    HAHA religion has only caused humanity harm…such brainwash…

    As some british person might say…. Religion is Rubbish

  46. on 29 May 2012 at 6:01 pm 46.Jason said …

    God bless miss america,for having the boldness to accept the reality rather than shying away from it as many of those who colmented did.

  47. on 29 May 2012 at 6:03 pm 47.Jason said …

    God bless miss america,for having the boldness to accept the reality rather than shying away from it as many of those whoed did commented did.

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