Attention: Lunatic Atheists & their Lawyers

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    29 Responses to Attention: Lunatic Atheists & their Lawyers

    1. At least he had the courtesy to leave his address.

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    2. Sounds like an invitation for us lunatic atheists.

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    3. @BourbonDingo: Eh, it’s a PO Box. Not really much good.

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    4. Awesome, I’m a lunatic lawyer to be. Does that mean I’m not welcome in Americaland ):

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    5. @dieAntagonista: I suppose that you as a lawyer would fall under the Wretched Refuse part of the Statue of Liberty poem: the new Colussus.
      www.nps.gov/archive/stli/newcolossus/index.html

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    6. It’s right on the other side of the Appalachian mountains from me.

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    7. @SumoSnipe: Wow, you know, I’m kind of embarrassed. It’s the first time I should read that poem. I love it.

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    8. I don’t think I have ever seen a sermon held at a PO box before…
      I’m not a christian. I wonder if he thinks I am a traitor as well? If he does, my hammer and my service record are joining the attitude adjustment party.

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    9. @dieAntagonista: I am ashamed at how few people over here know of it or have read it.

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    10. I bet the Rev wishes that poem would go away.

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    11. Lol
      this picture makes me wonder if america could ever have the violent psychotic commissars the Russians had, who ‘dealt’ with traitors

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    12. @SumoSnipe: I recall learning about that in both 7th (social studies) and 8th grade (us history). I can’t say that I could quote much more than the most well known parts but I don’t feel obligated to memorize a poem when I grasp the idea behind it.

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    13. CIVIL WAR LEADS TO USE OF NUKES
      USE OF NUKES LEADS TO APOCALYPSE
      APOCALYPSE LEADS TO SECOND COMING OF CHRIST
      WAIT WHAT

      KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK

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    14. @phaed:
      Well it is a little bit more complex than that.

      @KommissarKvC:

      Well i don’t think they would kill people. They would probably just start some giant money sucking scheme.

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    15. Actually it’s simpler, we don’t even need nukes. Just wars and rumors of wars.

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    16. @outofocus: No the sadness is that few know of its existence/ or where it is from. A recent quiz here at the university a lot of people that said they had heard of it thought it was in the Preamble of the Constitution, the Gettysburg address or Dr. Kings “I have a dream” speech.
      Meh. It may just be that I’m old.

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    17. Why did it have to be WV? It’s idiots like that who make nice rednecks like me look bad.

      I only hope the Rev is from one of the snake handling churches and gets bit to hell and back.

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    18. @phaed:

      If you give a mouse a cookie, he’ll want a glass of milk. If you give him some milk, he’ll want more. If you give him more milk, he’ll develop a taste for human blood. if he develops a taste for human blood, he’ll become a vampire. If he becomes a vampire, he’ll have to make followers. Now if he makes some followers, they’ll need to feed. If they feed too much, the National Guard will be called out. If the National Guard is called out, they too will become fodder for the vampires. If the National Guard fails, the President will call in a nuclear strike. If a nuke is dropped, hundreds of thousands of people will die. America will become a nuclear wasteland and collapse. With no one to keep the rest of the world’s nukes in check, every crackpot nation will launch their own. Eventually, the entire earth will be destroyed. That’s why I had to kill daddy. He was trying to give a mouse a cookie.

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    19. Finally, someone who understands me and the Rev. E. F. Briggs both!

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    20. Wow. He paid for a billboard with three statements on it, and all three of them are false. He should ask for his money back.

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    21. @thelotuseater725:
      something actualy worse than scientology?
      HOLY CRAP

      @RSIxidor:
      all hail RSIxidor, the first priest of the Robot Chicken religion

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    22. Attention: Lunatic Preachers & their Lawyers

      Anti-religious freedom is Anti-American
      Anti-American is Treason
      Traitors lead to Civil War

      Yay slippery slope arguments.

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    23. That is one crazy reverend. But many are.

      Funny how every nation thinks that God is on their side.

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    24. @RSIxidor: It is all so clear to me now….
      A little off topic, there should be a ranch for sale here in NM shortly. The previous owner started a doomsday cult whose predicted date for the End of Times have passed. He is now awaiting sentencing for having bragged about laying naked with 2 underage girls from his flock.
      www.koat.com/news/18282344/detail.html

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    25. @SumoSnipe: I think I saw that in a NG Cult Docu. People are nuts.

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    26. Traitors lead to Civil War
      Civil War leads to Anger
      Anger leads to Hate
      and Hate leads to the Dark Side! hmm!

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    27. ..something ,something, dark side.
      ..something ,something, complete…

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