Tonight on the local news the fourth story was about a sixth grader who was poking fellow students with an Exacto knife as they walked by his table in art class. Keep in mind that my local news is in the fourth largest city in the United States.
Just a dumbass sixth grader
Not even an Exacto gang of dumbass sixth graders
No one died
No one went to the emergency room
No one even had stitches
Again, just a dumbass sixth grader with an Exacto knife
I can't say much more. That is, other than, why the crap is this the FOURTH STORY ON THE LOCAL NEWS???
Anyway . . .
My good friend Jim over at "The Stars are My Destination" shared this with me:
Evidently, the 35,000 member "Harvard Award Winning" Atheist group was somehow deleted from Myspace, but now has been retrieved:
I have a question:
If the basis of a group is not believing something, what do they talk about?
"Do you believe in God?"
"No, I don't think so."
"Do you need proof of a Godless society?"
"Sure why not?"
There's only so much to say about something one doesn't believe in. Within five minutes or so, do they go to politics? What about crazy Britney? I'm really into this whole Roger Clemens did he/ didn't he do steroids thing, so if I were an atheist, I'd go there.
Anyway . . .
I don't know how Myspace works. Before the atheists were reinstated, I was planning on calling for a Myspace boycott, but I don't have a Myspace account, so that would be pretty stupid. Then I thought about suggesting that the atheists go over to Facebook and realized this really didn't have that much of an effect on my life, so I took a nap instead.
I'm not exactly sure what Facebook is, anyway. For that matter, the only thing I know about Myspace is that it's the place where the Feds catch all those pedophiles.
Since the atheists were reinstated to Myspace, I guess all is well.
Some of the Atheists believe that a right wing Christian group is responsible for having them deleted. I hope this isn't the case, mainly because what's the point?
To win an emotional argument (and yes, the existence of a God or many gods, or whatever, is an emotional argument, whether you see it that way or not), one has to appeal to another emotion. I don't know how one goes about convincing an atheist to become a Christian, but I can guarantee that deleting their forum ain't the way.
The "pissy" emotion does not win friends and influence people. Since I am a cat and far superior to all of you people, I am exempt from this rule.
For me pissy is endearing.
Anyway, I've gotta go. Stay tuned for "Working the Poles with Fred's Hot Wife".