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Comment by Trance Gemini on October 12, 2009 at 10:34am
Sell The Vatican, Feed The World.

You've got to love Sarah Silverman!

Comment by Louis Davout on October 9, 2009 at 10:26pm
Comment by Ted Delorme on October 9, 2009 at 6:09pm
Adam Buxton?! I listen to his podcast from the BBC every week (The Adam and Joe Show). Lots of BBC humor is good fun blasphemy; The Friday Night Comedy podcast is a series of different shows which mocks religion as freely as American radio mocks pop stars once their 15 minutes is up.

Awesome vid!
Comment by Aiden on October 9, 2009 at 11:10am
@Gareth, use the "embed" code from Youtube:

Comment by Gareth Edwards on October 8, 2009 at 5:43pm
This is a video from the British religious tv show "songs of praise"

The Audio is completely unaltered but subtitles have been added.

How do I get the screenshot to show up here?
Comment by Hugh Kramer on October 7, 2009 at 1:14pm

The great ballroom was packed with people waiting for the arrival of Richard Dawkins and Bill Maher. Their appearance would signal that the culminating event of the first day of the 2009 AAI convention was about to begin and the air was electric with anticipation. Most of the crowd had been there for hours, first enjoying cocktails at a reception and, later, watching a live, streaming video of Real Time with Bill Maher where Dawkins was appearing as a guest. Then, while everyone waited for them to make the short drive from the TV studio to the convention center (both were in Burbank), entertainment was provided by Brian Dalton, better known as Mr. Deity, whose humorous skits on YouTube have a worldwide following.
...the show was interrupted for a couple minutes by cheers and applause as they made their way to their table. Bill Maher was accompanied by a beautiful young woman -or so several people told me. I was seated too far away to tell (a dissenting opinion came from a female atheist I spoke with. "Beautiful? Hmpf!" she said. "Only if you like collagen-injected lips and silicon-injected boobs!" I mention her assertions only in the interest of completeness. As a critical thinker, I cannot vouch for a hypothesis that I'm unable to personally test... darn it!).

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Comment by Hugh Kramer on October 5, 2009 at 2:25pm

Well, it's over. For 3 days in early October, a brilliant assemblage of atheist scientists, philosophers, educators and activists met at a hotel in Burbank along with 700+ like-minded individuals to exchange ideas, promote causes and, sometimes, just plain have a good time (anyone who thinks atheists are juiceless intellectuals too stuffy to enjoy life has obviously never attended an after-hours convention party!). Old friendships were renewed and new ones forged as people as atheists from all over the world mixed and talked. Some were even from Moslem countries where admission of atheism might result in a death sentence and it was especially poignant to see them able, for a change, to let their guard down and relax among friends...
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Comment by ɟǝןıx dǝʇɹɐɹ on October 3, 2009 at 10:04pm
so i got that goin for me, which is nice.
Comment by Ja'net on October 3, 2009 at 4:14pm
That Patton clip is hilarious!
Comment by Robert Tobin on September 30, 2009 at 12:40am
I thought I would put this on the Humor Thread. It is not supposed to be funny to the poster, but It is a classical example of the brain dead mind of an American Christian. I won't name the Forum it is on for obvious reasons, but it is not a Christian Forum:

Before you go too far in agreeing with Ethnikos's position, you may want to read post #240. I do not think your concept of hell agrees with Ethnikos's concept of hell. I suppose the best approach would be to get it from the horse's mouth. Ethnikos, do you believe that the unsaved will be cast into a lake of fire with a great wailing and gnashing of teeth? Will we suffer untold torment and face unending, unbearable pain?

ETA: KK, if I have mischaracterized your concept of hell, please correct me.
Well here you go another wonderful youtube song from the News Boys that I would say sums it up pretty well, "They don't serve breakfast in hell". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_JdfiJ60DNg

And yes, I myself take the teachings on hell pretty literally but I do think it will be more the gnashing of teeth because you are mad at yourself for not heeding all those warnings from God before you died and then you know it's absolutely too late. And at this point you'll know it's all your fault that now you'll spend an eternity in hell permanently seperated from God and his grace. I think at this point your true nature will be exposed and you'll have to face your sinful self forever, and let's face it... if it wasn't for God's grace none of us would want to see ourselves in our true sinful nature. Souls who end up in hell will have an eternity to regret not accepting Christ when they had the chance!
 

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