this is getting to be pretty sophomoric

Published November 2nd, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

This is getting to be pretty sophomoric.

Why not go back to being an atheist instead of a broken hinge that squeaks whenever it sees religion?



153 Responses to “this is getting to be pretty sophomoric”

  1. storm petrel says:

    @ meichan
    We say Ramen and noodly appendages to be more inclusive, pasta and noodles are fairly interchangable, well, they are if you’re a student anyway, the FSM just happens to have appeared to the prophet Bobby as spagetti and meatballs, but all pasta and noodles are sacred.
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    Sorry if this comes up very late, but the moderation is really slowing down posts.

  2. meichan says:

    OH,..well tortellini be with you then and may your cream sauce be rich and savoury! (seeing as we’re being inclusive…)

  3. Turtle says:

    Because this is more fun.

  4. Verybland says:

    Sophmoric? lol. Remember you were a sophomore at one time. With most squeaky hinges, over time you learn to ignore it and accept it (hopefully not love it lol door sex)

  5. Jenesys says:

    Just curious, how do you “see religion”? I don’t think I’ve ever seen it. I thought you experienced it. Or was inflicted with it, suffered from it, executed by it or something along those lines

  6. neal says:

    Why on Earth should the pastafarians retire and leave the field the “The dead guy on a stick in his underoos” religion. What a dreary prospect. The Xtain god is simply and instrument of social control endorsed by politicians (because it lends legitimacy to their regimes), big business (because it makes people feel bad about themselves, so these businesses can sell them a lot of shit they don’t need with the promise it will make them happier, healthier, more attractive to others, etc) and of course the clergy (who draw their life blood from religion by draining ours). Anything that mocks, ridicules and undermines this form of social control threatens the very identity of those who have bit the hardest on its sales pitch. Hence the outrage and the hate mail. At some level these people realize that there exist deep incongruities between their view of the universe (as expressed through their “faith”) and the external realities of the universe. To the extent, this site makes people aware of “The Matrix” and offers them the “red pill”, to that extent, it will always draw the wrath of the “blue pill believers”.

  7. C.F.R says:

    To verybland, Sophomoric doesn’t mean like you are acting like a 2nd year high-schooler. Here is the definition.

    Main Entry:
    soph·o·mor·ic Listen to the pronunciation of sophomoric
    Pronunciation:
    \ˌsäf-ˈmȯr-ik, -ˈmär- also ˌsȯf- or ˌsä-fə- or ˌsȯ-fə-\
    Function:
    adjective
    Date:
    1813

    1 : conceited and overconfident of knowledge but poorly informed and immature 2 : of, relating to, or characteristic of a sophomore

  8. Lieutenant Crunch says:

    *squeak squeak*

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