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Louie Gohmert: No Gays allowed on my SpaceArk

Posted by doctore0 on May 31, 2016

This guy is seriously fucked up:)

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Worlds first Pastafarian wedding takes place in New Zealand

Posted by doctore0 on April 19, 2016

Yarrr…

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Messed-Up Bible Stories 15 – The Ten Commandments

Posted by doctore0 on April 19, 2016

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The Bible in the Fire

Posted by doctore0 on February 26, 2016

.. Gawd did it

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Being an atheist doesn’t mean you’re rational

Posted by doctore0 on February 22, 2016

Potholer54

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Smart ex-muslim makes Zakir Naik storm off stage

Posted by doctore0 on January 23, 2016

Same old bs from religion:)

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New Zealand: Pastafarian marriage ceremonies approved

Posted by doctore0 on December 17, 2015


New Zealand has given approval to the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster to carry out marriage ceremonies in the country.

Members of the church call themselves Pastafarians and believe that the world was created by an airborne spaghetti and meatballs-based being, although its own website notes that some followers consider it to be a satirical organisation.

The official notice was published online in New Zealand’s government gazette. Registrar-general Jeff Montgomery says his decision was based purely on whether the organisation upholds or promotes religious beliefs, or philosophical or humanitarian convictions. “No judgement is made on the validity of those beliefs or convictions,” he tells Stuff.co.nz website.

The church’s lead official, or Top Ramen, prefers to remain anonymous, but tells Radio New Zealand that the next step is to nominate a marriage celebrant for approval. “We are a bona fide church, and our people do like to get married, some of them several times,” she says, adding that Pastafarian wedding attire can range from pirate outfits to the traditional colander headgear. “We can wear the pirate gear, we can wear the pasta gear, we’re quite flexible.”
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A festivus for the rest of us

Posted by doctore0 on December 10, 2015

Happy festivus!

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City Fines Man For Zombie Nativity Scene

Posted by doctore0 on December 9, 2015

There’s an Ohio man who like to put a zombie baby Jesus in his front yard. Some of his neighbors aren’t very happy about it, so they are getting the city involved to fine him for “zoning violations.”

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Iceland: New religion aims to cut church-state tie

Posted by doctore0 on December 2, 2015

No, I did not join..:)

Icelanders are flocking to a recently founded religion which is promising them a rebate on their religious taxes, it’s reported.

In recent weeks hundreds of people have registered as Zuist, a relatively new religion based on ancient Sumerian beliefs, the Iceland Monitor website reports. While it is officially recognised as a religious organisation in Iceland, its main aim is to achieve a legislative change – to abolish state funding for religious groups, apportioned from citizens’ income taxes and known as parish fees.

The organisation is promising to give the cash it receives back to its members, and is calling for the government to stop collating information on Icelanders’ religious beliefs. According to the Visir news website, more than 1,000 people have registered as Zuist, meaning they now outnumber Muslims in Iceland’s population of 323,000. Board member Arnor Bjarki Svarfdal Arnarson tells Visir that the Zuisim in Iceland group will disband once they achieve their objectives.

Newly registered Zuists expecting a parish fee windfall may be disappointed to discover that they’ll be expected to pay income tax on any refund they receive, Iceland Monitor points out.
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