Religiostupidification

 
 
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SkepticX
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19 March 2007 04:29
 
 
 
 
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waltercat
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19 March 2007 04:58
 

[quote author=“SkepticX”] This is a pretty definitive example of religiostupidification .

Byron

C’mon Byron.  The book talks about our firemen.
OUR FIREMEN :shock:

And you don’t want it banned?!!!


You have to give some credit to the news channel that covered this; they didn’t try to hide the guy’s stupidity.

 
 
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19 March 2007 05:49
 

This whole thing is about a guy named “Alton Verm” in a place called “Conroe, Texas”. Conroe, Texas, for all intents and purposes, is in the Bible Belt.

Alton Verm is a good name for a space alien. An anagram for “Alton Verm” is “Revolt Man”. Another one is “Not Marvel”.

 
 
 
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19 March 2007 06:03
 

[quote author=“Salt Creek”]This whole thing is about a guy named “Alton Verm” in a place called “Conroe, Texas”. Conroe, Texas, for all intents and purposes, is in the Bible Belt.

Alton Verm is a good name for a space alien. An anagram for “Alton Verm” is “Revolt Man”. Another one is “Not Marvel”.

I like “Molar Vent”.

For Conroe, Texas, I like “COASTER OXEN” and “SEX CROON TEA” and “EXCRETA SOON”.

 
 
 
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19 March 2007 08:25
 

[quote author=“waltercat”]You have to give some credit to the news channel that covered this; they didn’t try to hide the guy’s stupidity.


I thought that was pretty impressive too, actually.

I think it would be considered a pretty gentle treatment in most of the Industrialized Western World though.

Byron