Post by email@example.com Post by hleopold Post by firstname.lastname@example.org Post by email@example.com Post by Davej
just do his not believing without fighting about it,
and trolling up this newsgroup about it
Why can't the common theist avoid this newsgroup? Go hang out in
the alt.jesus group and post all your thoughts there.
because there is not a single theist here (except for that fat fuck
duke) that actually believes in the jesus fairy or the god fairy or
any fairies for that matter. They are here to troll and troll they
Hey, nunie boy. You still climbing trees to find bananas.
You're nasty, too.
As a kid I loved climbing trees, though I normally went with Pear Trees, not
banana trees. Later I climbed a 400 foot tower to install UHF transmitter
antennas. Even later than that I climbed the mast of the USS Oriskany (CV-34)
to remove and install new IFF antennas. Trying to insult a person by whether
or not a person climbs a tree, well, Duke is trying to insult by claiming
bilgit has to be a monkey or chimp. Since I consider both to be at very least
distant relatives. Since I consider both monkey and chimp to be far better
relatives than Duke could ever be...
Some chimps like to throw stinky stuff at people. They think that is funny.
Earl is still at that level.
I think I mentioned that a few weeks ago in a post, chimps and monkeys do
tend to have a very low sense of humor, no argument from me on that. On the
other hand they certainly do have a sense of humor, low though it may be. Of
course Duke will disagree with me but even dogs and cats have senses of humor
as well, which to me means that they also have a sense of self, conscience in
other words. Heck I would even go so far as to say that most birds also have
senses of humor, especially crows, but many others as well.
My sister used to have an Amazon Blue parrot that got a lot of laughs at
feeding dried Scottish Bonnet peppers to the cat. Blu would deliberately drop
pieces of food to the cat, chicken, pizza, beef, whatever it had that the cat
would eat, then, once the cat got into the habit of quickly scarfing down
what was dropped to it by the bird, would then deliberately pick up a small
Scottish Bonnet and drop it, watching all the while. As soon as the cat bit
into it that bird would laugh its head off and strut around on top of its
cage. I saw Blu do this many times over several years. Once he did it to a
neighbors’ dog that my sister was taking care of for a week while its’
owner was in the hospital. That was one shocked dog when he bit that hot
Harry F. Leopold
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