Dec 30th 2010 11:19PM Matt, I agree. Whenever I see the word "family" in a name of an organization of any kind, especially when it comes to human sexuality, it's obviously a bunch of Jesus-tards doing whatever the hell they can to keep people feeling shame and fear towards one of the most basic and natural human instincts.
Oct 4th 2010 6:26PM I seriously doubt that anal and oral sex are "more popular" now than in 1994. People today are simply just more comfortable admitting it now.
Sep 23rd 2010 6:14PM Uh,oh. The moralistic and puritanical misogynists in this comment section are going to strike in T-minus 3...2...1...
Aug 16th 2010 8:35PM I think the women who took this survey are unaware that sex actually burns calories just like any other physical activity. You can scratch that itch and still loose weight in the process without having to sacrifice one for the other. It's a win-win.
Apr 14th 2010 6:44PM So, most Americans lose their virginity in their teens? Hmmm, in other news, researchers have just discovered that water is wet and that the sky is blue.
Mar 20th 2010 6:26AM Cassandra,
You actually have the audacity to call Atheism a prejudice? You are aware that racism, homophobia, and misogyny were started because the bible justifies them right? Attacking people for who they are is completely different from attacking them for what they believe and you damn well know it. Some people are Atheists because there is no evidence of God's exhistence. Atheism is the absence of belief, look it up. I'm well aware that some people of faith have contributed to advancements of mankind such as art, literature, civil equality, and science. Science and Atheism are not mutually exclusive. I'm also aware that there are religious people out there that are not batshit insane like most theists are. I also know that some religious organizations do charities and philanthropy work as well. But I have to question the motivations behind those things considering that most Christians not only believe in the apocoplypse, but actually want it to happen. I can't help but think that most of them only do it because they're trying to buy their way into Heaven. If they do believe in that apocolyptic shit, then why else would they bother. It's insulting to those theists that do it because they actually care.
Now you said my attitude about religion is irrational, unreasonable, and unscientific. Okay, well lets see if that's true. Here's what religion has caused and justified: Genocide, slavery, wars, human sacrifice, the crusades, terrorist attacks, people being stripped of their basic human rights, lack of freedom, indoctrination, witch trials, lynchings, censorship, racism, misogyny, homophobia, suppression of human sexuality, denial of truth, logic, scientific fact, and fuck does that list go on. Oh yeah, but I'm the irrational bigot. That's pretty good. If you think of another one let me know. I know not all of these things happen because of religion, but most of it has. Cassie, I suggest you read the bible cover to cover and do some historical research. Then we'll see how goddamn politically correct you want to be toward ancient desert cults. Religion deserves to be criticized, questioned, and mocked. It has respect that it hasn't earned and collects millions of dollars every year and doesn't pay a cent in taxes. Religion is used to meddle in peoples' personal lives, it interferes in education and politics, and stifles scientific progress every chance it gets.
As far as God intervening in someone's life goes, just because people claim to have a so-called experience doesn't validate it. Any delusional fuckwit can say they have seen God or heard him speaking to them, wether it be in ancient times or the present day. Personal testimony doesn't mean shit. Some people lie and others hallucinate. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence, which there is none of so far. If you know of any evidence, please by all means point me in the direction, I'll be happy to see it for myself. The point I was making is that when people put their trust into an imaginary being who so far can't be proven to exhist, it gives that person relief of not taking responsibility for their own lives. Cassandra, it's not people believing in God that bothers meor any other atheist. What pisses us off the most about this, are peoples' idea that they're getting special treatment while millions of others around the world are suffering. THAT to me is selfish and arrogant. What the fuck is God's plan for the suffering?! Oh, yeah there isn't one. And if there is a God and all this bullshit is part of some twisted plan of his, then he can take his plan and shove it up his genocidal ass! In the meantime I suggest you pull your head out of yours and take a good long look at what's happening in the world. No true God could just sit on his ass and let all this shit happen. Wether he exhists or not, it's our responsiblity to fix things. I thought I made that point crystal clear but I guess not.
Oh, and on a side note, if you had read Nate's comment carefully you would have noticed he was agreeing with me. If you respond, I'll address more of your points but right now I got to go.
Mar 19th 2010 1:26AM I can't wait until mankind gets over this delusional idea that there's some invisible man up in the sky controlling everything. How many terrible things have to happen in the world before people finally pull their heads out of their asses and realize that maybe, just maybe God is not real? Or if the son of a bitch does exhist, he clearly doesn't give half a shit. One of the reasons the world is such a shithole - aside from the atrocities caused by religion throughout the ages - is that people don't want to do anything or use any critical-thinking skills. So they rely on their imaginary sky-friend to fix problems for them. It's up to us to make the world better because this world is all we know. If we focused on ways to make this place better instead of wasting our lives trying to buy our way into some candyland in the sky, we could really get shit done. When are we going to grow up?
Nov 13th 2009 1:07AM I very much agree with Russell Crowe and Jamie Kennedy. Crowe is a dick and overrated and Kennedy is extremely obnoxious and not the least bit funny. I have no idea why Jennifer Love Hewitt is dating him. I wish that no-talent assclown Justin Timberlake was on this list. I know he's not an actor for the most part, but he's done it before. He just seems really full of himself and acts like a douche to his fans. Every time I see him, I want to punch him in the face. His singing blows too. Jessica Biel can do so much better.
Nov 9th 2009 4:59AM Thank you Takeshi. I appreciate the advice. I actually have a very good idea as to what's keeping me from banging women. I should have been more specific as to how I'm in this predicament. Since I hit puberty, I have struggled with excessive body hair, terrible acne, obesity, glasses, social anxiety, stuttering, depression, and asperger syndrome. To top that shit off, I wasn't able to go to college,I still live with my mom, and I'm in the early stages of losing my hair(on my head that is). As you can imagine life has not been very good to me. The body hair, acne, baldness, and asperger syndrome I inherited from my dad. Thanks Dad. The lousy eyesight I got from my mom. The stuttering started when I was 9, anxiety when I was 15, and the obesity when I was 12. That was my own fault. I lost the weight when I was a freshman in high school. Although, I was never actually in shape. And I have been depressed since my preteen years. It has nothing to do with a chemical imbalance, it's beacause of how I am, the way my life turned out, as well as how the world is, and how people are. Most of these issues are things I could've tried harder to fix when I was younger, but was always too afraid and lazy. Procrastination is another wonderful trait I inherited from my dad. I spent a lot of time waiting for things to happen and putting them off instead of taking charge to fix myself when I should have.
I apologize for writing so much. When I start talking about these things, I get carried away sometimes. I'm not trying to get sympathy-even though it may seem like it. I'm just giving you a better idea of how I can be in my late 20s and never have been on a date or kissed a girl aside from being a virgin.
Nov 9th 2009 3:04AM First off, Cheri, nobody is trying to get your kids to worship Obama. Stop being so paranoid. As someone who voted for Obama, I must admit I'm a little disappointed in his cowardly slow pace of cleaning up Bush's mess. However, to compare him to Hitler is disgusting and as inaccurate as you can get. We're still much better off then what would've happened if Old Man River and the Smith & Wesson spokesmodel had gotten into office and you damn well know it.
As for the show, I don't really notice any political themes. All I see so far is a fun, intriging(don't know if I spelled that right), intelligent, well-acted, suspenseful, action-packed, and fascinating show. Can't wait to see the rest of it.
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