Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Jenna Miscavige Speaks Out

Scientology is even more cultish than the average cult.

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Tuesday, April 03, 2012

Priest Shows Gay Porn to Parents

I think this is hilarious:

A Northern Irish priest has sparked a local uproar after accidentally displaying a series of pornographic gay images to a group of parents during at a primary school meeting.

As the BBC is reporting, Father Martin McVeigh projected 16 "indecent images of men" onto a screen as part of a Powerpoint presentation during a March 26 meeting for parents in preparation for First Holy Communion for their children at St. Mary's School in Pomeroy. One eight-year-old child is also reported to have been present during the meeting, according to The Ulster Herald.

"He was visibly shaken and flustered," one parent who was present during the meeting told the BBC. "He gave no explanation or apology to the group and bolted out of the room. The co-ordinator and the teachers then continued with the presentation." The parent also noted that those who saw the pictures "were horrified and distracted."

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Harold Camping Admits Sin, Announces End to Doomsday Predictions

I'm kind of sad that Camping is giving up. I rather enjoyed watching him make predictions and then have them fail to come to pass, over and over again.

After numerous failed doomsday predictions, Family Radio founder Harold Camping announced this month that he has no plans to predict ever again the day of God's Judgment. He also issued an apology to listeners, admitting that he was wrong.

"Even the most sincere and zealous of us can be mistaken," Camping and Family Radio staff stated in their March letter. "We realize that many people are hoping they will know the date of Christ's return. In fact for a time Family Radio fell into that kind of thinking.

Friday, January 20, 2012

Atheist faces jail after Facebook remark

In Indonesia:

AN Indonesian civil servant who declared himself an atheist on Facebook was arrested and is now facing jail for blasphemy after being attacked by an angry mob, police said today.
Alexander An, 30, who wrote "God doesn't exist" on his Facebook page, was beaten by a mob of dozens on Wednesday in his hometown in Pulau Punjung, West Sumatra province.
"He is suspected of having blasphemed against Islam," local police chief Chairul Aziz told AFP.
"The man told police investigators that if God really exists and has absolute power, why didn't he prevent bad things from happening in this world."
An said on his Facebook page that he was brought up as a Muslim, like the vast majority in Indonesia, where blasphemy is a punishable crime carrying a maximum five-year prison term.

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Friday, December 16, 2011

Hitchens: Heaven vs North Korea

In honor of Christopher Hitchens, I wish to share this classic moment where he compares heaven to North Korea:

Friday, October 21, 2011

Hitler Faces Another Rapture

Did anyone get raptured today?