Tell a man he’s hellbound, you better come prepared

This is a great snippet from the Atheist Experience from a couple days ago. A caller tells Matt Dillahunty he’s going to hell based on faith. And Matt takes the caller to school. This is a must watch for Christians, non-believers and all in between.

Mark calls in to let the hosts know they are going to burn in hell. Jeff and Matt throw him for a loop that he was not expecting. Matt has a great rant that you don’t want to miss(starting at about 11:40). Jeff Dee and Matt Dillahunty host this clip from The Atheist Experience #696 – http://www.atheist-experience.com

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Yeshua will find you a soul mate

This Yeshua-based dating service is amazing. A group of people used existing technologies and infrastructure to build their web site. You can log onto that web site and find your perfect soul mate the way god intended, through all manmade devices.

Surely this is a joke.

Via

Know who Arcade Fire is … or else!

Or else, what? You ask. Well, I’ll tell you.

Back in 2005 (I think) my brother and his wife drove up to Chicago to see Lollapalooza. That’s not true, they drove up because they wanted to see their favorite band, Arcade Fire, play at Lollapalooza. When I told my brother and sister-in-law that I didn’t know who Arcade Fire were, this is roughly what happened:

After they won the Grammy, I was shocked to see how many people still didn’t know who they were six years later.

Via Joe.My.God.

Super Jeremy to the rescue!

Yesterday morning at around 10 a.m. my phone rang. My aunt called me to let me know my cousin Steve’s car broke down near Madison, Wi. She didn’t know if that was close enough for me to help out in any way.

I hung up with her and called Steve. He said he was okay and would figure it out. He would call me back if something came up.

I didn’t hear back from him, so I figured all was okay.

My phone rang again about 4:15. It was Steve. He explained that the first car breakdown was fixed, but now his brakes went out and he was stranded close to O’Hare airport. I told him I would jump in the car and get him.

Of course it was rush hour, and it took a long time to get there. I picked him up. We found a tow truck and mechanic nearby. But we forgot to leave the keys in the car. So we headed back to the car to leave the keys inside. It took us another hour and we were probably a mile away.

I took him into the city. We picked up Tina and grabbed a burger at a local restaurant. Then I had to cruise to my pool league.

It was nice to get a chance to catch up with him. What a happy accident. I don’t know Steve all that well. He lives in Grand Rapids, and he’s about 8 years younger than I.

So I did my good deed for the year, so don’t go calling me if you’re stranded in Chicago.

HONK.

I caught Jesus looking at my toosh

This video kicks ass. Two women strapped a camera on one of their butts and snagged tons of footage of men, women and Jesus checking out the goods.

I can’t decide if it’s the slow motion, the editing, the voyeurism of seeing people lust, or the song … but damn, this video is hot.

And if you watch long enough, you can watch Jesus check out the camera …  I mean, butt … I mean posterior of this youngly love lady.

I mean, lovely young lady.

From the filmmakers:

We are Jessie & Reanin. Our hidden camera will show you fellas and ladies how sly you aren’t.

Find us on Twitter:
http://twitter.com/reanintigerlily
http://twitter.com/JessGurunathan

FAQ:
Is this for real? Yes.
Can I have your number? No.
What’s that song? Something Bigger, Something Better by Amanda Blank
Will you be do another video in my town? Maybe. Hit us up on twitter.
What kind of accent is that? We are Kiwis (New Zealanders), sexy right?
Are you single? For you? no.

Luke Muehlhauser » A Quick Study in Comparative Religion

Seeing how this post (re: top 10 list) went off so well, I wanted to do another repost on comparisons in religion. Luke Muehlhauser at Common Sense Atheism is a class act. If you asked me who the best atheist blogger was, I’d say, “Luke M.” I’d say, “Luke M.” because I don’t know how the hell to say Luke’s last name.

And it wouldn’t be to score points or to get hits. Luke isn’t going to hook me up with the Muehlhauser bump. If he walked into a bar and I was talking to a hot model actress, I wouldn’t leave her to talk to him. I’m just saying, “He’s a badass, atheist blogger,” and if I had a chance to talk to him, I’d be thrilled.

Regardless, you should read this “Quick Study in Comparative Religion” that he posted.

It’s great.

Here’s a taste:

  • Christianity (2.1 billion people1): A cosmic Jewish zombie who was his own father will torture you forever if you don’t make him your invisible friend and master so he can save your soul from an evil force unleashed on the world when a woman made from a rib was convinced by a talking snake to eat from a magical tree.
  • Islam (1.5 billion): Allah sent an angel to an ancient desert shepherd to tell him that thousands of angels keep lists of every good and bad thing each human does, and that when Allah sees fit he will magically reanimate all the dead bodies everywhere and judge them, sending to hell all those who lied, didn’t worship him, or charged interest on loans.
  • Nonbelief (1.1 billion): You shouldn’t believe weird shit unless there’s evidence for it, so magic powers, magic incantations, magic wishes, magical realms, and magical invisible persons probably don’t exist.

Read on