Reverend Otis Moss on President Obama’s recent public endorsement of Gay Marriage.


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A highly regarded expert wrote:
Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
Mad Hermit Runecaster wrote:

I think the only philosophical question worth answering is this:

assuming there is no God, and no "hide thread" function,
why not just cause an epic derailment and trainwreck?

Exactly. And I always thought that was fun.

You are SO going to burn in the fires of Hell.

Hell is other posters.


Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
A highly regarded expert wrote:
Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
Mad Hermit Runecaster wrote:

I think the only philosophical question worth answering is this:

assuming there is no God, and no "hide thread" function,
why not just cause an epic derailment and trainwreck?

Exactly. And I always thought that was fun.

You are SO going to burn in the fires of Hell.
Hell is other posters.

There's a Vogon poem about it.


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I think Oscar Wilde said it best when he said that
"Seriousness is the only refuge of the shallow.”


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"When the gods wish to punish us they answer our prayers. My prayer was to be immortalized by unintelligent gibbons on a satirical Web site." ~ Oscar Wilde


I should've made an Oscar Wilde, Internet Troll avatar instead.


Mad Hermit Runecaster wrote:

I think the only philosophical question worth answering is this:

assuming there is no God, and no "hide thread" function,
why not just cause an epic derailment and trainwreck?

But there is a Hide Thread function and still it happens.

I think the question is deeper and harder than you imagine.


Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
I should've made an Oscar Wilde, Internet Troll avatar instead.

I have him as one of my avatar pix on facebook.


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thejeff wrote:
Mad Hermit Runecaster wrote:

I think the only philosophical question worth answering is this:

assuming there is no God, and no "hide thread" function,
why not just cause an epic derailment and trainwreck?

But there is a Hide Thread function and still it happens.

I think the question is deeper and harder than you imagine.

Yes, well, there's only so many Christianity and homosexuality threads one can take, you know?


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
I should've made an Oscar Wilde, Internet Troll avatar instead.
I have him as one of my avatar pix on facebook.

Yeah, he was the shiznit.

I've actually read very little by Sartre, which is why I keep doing the "Hell is other posters" thing over and over again. I chose it more for the picture.

(Ironically, I've read tons of Camus. Don't tell Simone.)


Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
thejeff wrote:
Mad Hermit Runecaster wrote:

I think the only philosophical question worth answering is this:

assuming there is no God, and no "hide thread" function,
why not just cause an epic derailment and trainwreck?

But there is a Hide Thread function and still it happens.

I think the question is deeper and harder than you imagine.

Yes, well, there's only so many Christianity and homosexuality threads one can take, you know?

I just discovered Skrillex last night.

Why isn't anybody worried about that s++@?

Stan Getz is rolling over in his grave; somebody get him a Seven and Seven or the Zombie Saxapocalypse is on.


Simone's dead, and since there's no afterlife, she's blissfully unaware of anything.


Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
I should've made an Oscar Wilde, Internet Troll avatar instead.
I have him as one of my avatar pix on facebook.

Yeah, he was the shiznit.

I've actually read very little by Sartre, which is why I keep doing the "Hell is other posters" thing over and over again. I chose it more for the picture.

(Ironically, I've read tons of Camus. Don't tell Simone.)

I gotta read some Sartre some day.

I read Myth of Sisyphus and The Stranger, and looked at the Rebel a little bit on the internet, between watching a 10 hour Peanut Butter Jelly Time vidloop on Youtube, free Samurai movies, and pronze of your mother.


A highly regarded expert wrote:
Simone's dead, and since there's no afterlife, she's blissfully unaware of anything.

See, this is proof: atheism is the gateway drug to necrophilia.


Kiss you? I'd rather kiss a Wookiee..."* ~ Oscar Wilde rejecting Padmé Amidala.


Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
thejeff wrote:
Mad Hermit Runecaster wrote:

I think the only philosophical question worth answering is this:

assuming there is no God, and no "hide thread" function,
why not just cause an epic derailment and trainwreck?

But there is a Hide Thread function and still it happens.

I think the question is deeper and harder than you imagine.

Yes, well, there's only so many Christianity and homosexuality threads one can take, you know?

That's understandable.

By the way, I'd like to take this opportunity to congratulate Comrade Duck on this thread. Granted it's a bit of an obvious target, but still, he didn't ever respond to the thread and the initial post was almost entirely quote. And it still blew up.


Yes, I hope nothing has happened to him.

EDIT: Nothing bad, that is. Hopefully, he's met the Christian libertarian boy toy of his dreams.


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

Kiss you? I'd rather kiss a Wookiee..."* ~ Oscar Wilde rejecting Padmé Amidala.

Oscar Wilde was in Star Trek?

Scarab Sages

Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
Yes, I hope nothing has happened to him.

His work here complete, he ascended unto a higher plane, much like IssacX.


Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
Yes, I hope nothing has happened to him.

Something I was always wondering:

okay.
You know how at the end of MoS he answered that question?
Well, Camus died (relatively) young in a car wreck.
I was always wondering if he would've modified his answer if he lived long enough to acquire a medical condition with chronic pain involved(?)

I mean, by "life" did he mean the all encompassing definition of life, or would certain conditions of massive suckitude make him modify that statement?......


The Minis Maniac wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

Kiss you? I'd rather kiss a Wookiee..."* ~ Oscar Wilde rejecting Padmé Amidala.

Oscar Wilde was in Star Trek?

He was on the holodeck program that Worf didn't talk about.


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Yes and Captain Jen-Luc Picard was the best Star Wars character ever, to bad he turned into Darth Vader while fighting off some klingons on the Death Star.


You need me to take care dis guy, boss?


"Just,.....do me a favor; no Prometheus spoilers in this thread.
It's my only contact with the outside world til I can see it next week."
Oscar Wilde


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
Yes, I hope nothing has happened to him.

Something I was always wondering:

okay.
You know how at the end of MoS he answered that question?
Well, Camus died (relatively) young in a car wreck.
I was always wondering if he would've modified his answer if he lived long enough to acquire a medical condition with chronic pain involved(?)

I mean, by "life" did he mean the all encompassing definition of life, or would certain conditions of massive suckitude make him modify that statement?......

Well, it's been a while, but I think the question my erstwhile friend/foe was asking was whether suicide was an adequate response to the absurdity of life, not to whether it was a legitimate response to constant physical torment.

But, like I said, it's been a while. Did pick up a copy of The Last Man in hardcover for $1 at the library sale the other day, though.


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

"Just,.....do me a favor; no Prometheus spoilers in this thread.

It's my only contact with the outside world til I can see it next week."
Oscar Wilde

Too late!


Aw crap! I can't find my Quotable Oscar Wilde site no mores.
owell, I got to go see a man about a dog.

Dark Archive

Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
"Just,.....do me a favor; no Prometheus spoilers in this thread..."

Pssst... Zeus punishes him by having a giant eagle eat his liver every day.


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

Aw crap! I can't find my Quotable Oscar Wilde site no mores.

owell, I got to go see a man about a dog.

Link Probably NSFW! haven't watched it in a while

Unfortunately, I can't find the scene where his cousin tells him that Sartre was "a f$*!ing frog" and that he should check out Kierkegaard.


"What kind of animal smokes marijuana at his own Confirmation? Now get inside be a good Catholic for fifteen f@$*ing minutes!"

Hee hee!


Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

Aw crap! I can't find my Quotable Oscar Wilde site no mores.

owell, I got to go see a man about a dog.

Link Probably NSFW! haven't watched it in a while

Unfortunately, I can't find the scene where his cousin tells him that Sartre was "a f~$*ing frog" and that he should check out Kierkegaard.

You think Furio Giunta's an atheist?


No. Most criminals that I have personally met have been Catholics, actually, but maybe that's an Italo-Irish Boston thing.

Anyway, it was AJ's cousin, not Furio. They were in a batting cage and the scene ended with AJ quoting Master P.


heh heh:
"It sounds like Ant'ny Jr's grabbed on to this existentialism thing...."

Tony: "F!*+IN' INTERNET!!!"


David Manning, Movie Critic wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
"Just,.....do me a favor; no Prometheus spoilers in this thread..."
Pssst... Zeus punishes him by having a giant eagle eat his liver every day.

closes eyes, fingers in ears,

"ELLELLELLELLELLELLELL! I CAN'T F@~$IN HEAR YOU!!! ELLELLELLELLELLELLELLL!!!!!"


My mom's 100% Italian, and I am permanently disgruntled that she didn't name me Furio.


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
David Manning, Movie Critic wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
"Just,.....do me a favor; no Prometheus spoilers in this thread..."
Pssst... Zeus punishes him by having a giant eagle eat his liver every day.

closes eyes, fingers in ears,

"ELLELLELLELLELLELLELL! I CAN'T F*#@IN HEAR YOU!!! ELLELLELLELLELLELLELLL!!!!!"

And it regrows every night!!!


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ferengi are space gnomes with the ear template.


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
ferengi are space gnomes with the ear template.

Whatsa ferengi?


ferengi


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
ferengi

Holy crap that is really mean. Pretty funny.

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Removed posts. Please don't be insulting to other people's views, thanks!


You guys are hilarious! Thanks for being opinionated AND funny!


Kryzbyn wrote:
You guys are hilarious! Thanks for being opinionated AND funny!

Sally Field is my facebook friend


Kryzbyn wrote:
You guys are hilarious! Thanks for being opinionated AND funny!

We aim to please.

When we bother to aim.


CourtFool wrote:
Kryzbyn wrote:
You guys are hilarious! Thanks for being opinionated AND funny!

We aim to please.

When we bother to aim.

hey, that's what linoleum is for


BigNorseWolf wrote:
hey, that's what linoleum is for

Yeah. Yeah. That's what I meant.

>.>

<.<

Does not piddle on the floor.


Sebastian wrote:
Kirth Gersen wrote:
As a suggestion, if you'd occasionally read your posts in someone else's voice and see how they sound[...]

I don't know about the rest of you, but I read LT's posts in the voice of Bubbles, from the Powerpuff Girls.

And, for future reference, my posts should be read in Morgan Freeman's voice, which comes the closest to capturing my gravitas. Either that, or in the voice of the Professor, from Futurama, which captures my inhuman genius and ever-increasing senility.

Would you please read my posts in the voice of Ren from now on?

Pleeeeeeeeeease, Pony,......
Pleeeeeeeeeease!!!


Why would I bother adding a voice to something I just skip over?


Boo-yah!


Penquins' explicit sex acts shocked polar explorer

Why would god make them so unnatural?


You notice the name? French penguins. Nothing to see here.

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