Five Morally Repugnant Acts I’ve Committed Since Becoming An A-theist

Atheists Behaving Badly

Atheists Behaving Badly

As any true a-theist will tell you, once one comes to realize there is no god, all sense of morality is tossed out the proverbial stained glass window, and anything goes.  Here are five morally repugnant acts I’ve committed since becoming an a-theist, all done guilt free.

1. I screened “The Exorcist” for a group of 7-year-old Catholic school girls and afterwards told them God hated them and the devil would possess them and torture them because they were all whores.

2. I released several black mamba snakes in a church during a wedding and laughed my fucking ass off as the entire wedding party went running and screaming from the church.

3. I filled a pinata with fire ants at a children’s birthday party then nearly pissed myself from laughing when the ants came flying out of it and bit the fuck out of the terrified kid who’d opened it.

4. I had several Tea Party members drugged and then photographed nude with dogs fucking them while they were knocked out.  I posted these online at a site I set up called, “I’m A Conservative Twit And I Want To Marry My Dog .”

5. I put a caged skunk in an elevator with 6 Catholic nuns then released it, jumped off the elevator,  jammed the door shut, and left the nuns to be repeatedly sprayed by it until a repair man unjammed the door 20 minutes later.  He, too, was then sprayed by the animal.  Funny fuckin’ shit!

 

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26 thoughts on “Five Morally Repugnant Acts I’ve Committed Since Becoming An A-theist

  1. You should recite the our father 3 times, say four hail Mary’s and be contrite and then, just then, maybe god shall have mercy on your non-existent soul

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    • I doubt it. I’m boiling an infant alive right now for supper. I’ve a feeling no amount of rosary praying will get me outta that one.

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    • You need to go confess to the archbishop or the pope

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    • LOL Mak. I was raised Catholic, and performed all the rituals, including 1st Holy Communion where I dressed like a child bride at age 8. I attended confessional every Saturday, too. I can tell you from experience— it doesn’t work. I had to say a lot of Our Fathers and Hail Mary’s and “Bless me father for I have sinned”. My bad knees are a testament to that.

      Yes, my sarcasm meter is on. I read you loud and clear. 😀

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    • Oh, I was raised Catholic too. 9 years in Catholic grade school and 4 more in a Catholic boys high school in Chicago. I then worked for the grade school and church I attended after I graduated from high school for many years and I currently work for a Social Service agency run by the Chicago Arch Diocese, not preaching the word or anything, mind you. So I know Catholicism like my right hand. Don’t believe it, but I know it. I never had any issues with any priest or lay person ever doing anything to me or any one I know. They still are an organization of child rapists, however, in my honest opinion. Child rape has been supported and condoned by the Catholic church for a thousand years. And yet, they are tax exempt and great respect is still given them. Somethings wrong.

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    • Oh hell yeah there’s something wrong. Not to mention their view that women are inferior, and think they have every right to control their bodies. I also went to Catholic school for a few years. My whole family is Catholic on both sides

      I’m the only heathen in the lot. I have no respect for the RCC. None! I read too much and stay abreast of their sneaky tactics to take over independent hospitals in the U.S. so they can implement their ideologies.

      “Of the largest health care corporations in the country, four of six are administered by the Catholic Church including the famously conservative Catholic Health Initiatives which operates the Franciscan brand and has $15 billion in assets. By the end of 2013, if all proposed mergers go through, 45 percent of Washington hospital beds will be religiously affiliated. In ten counties, 100 percent of hospital facilities will be accountable to religious corporations, which are rapidly buying up outpatient clinics, laboratories, and physician practices as well.

      Here is the diabolical stroke of genius. In any merger between a secular and Catholic care system, fiscal health comes with a poison pill. One condition of the merger is that the whole system becomes subject to a set of theological agreements call the “Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services” or ERDs. Rather than care being dictated by medical science and patient preference, a set of religious doctrines place restrictions on what treatment options can be offered to (or even discussed with) patients.”

      Under these agreements, the patient-doctor relationship becomes a patient-doctor-church relationship:

      http://awaypoint.wordpress.com/2013/05/23/how-the-catholic-bishops-outsmarted-washington-voters/

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    • Correct me if I’m wrong, but based on this, I’m guessing you DON’T like them? Just kidding. They are fuckers. That health care clause is just a bitch too. I work for an agency that cares for adults with developmental disabilities. It’s big and requires a lot of employees to make it work, most are not Catholic. Since the Archdioceses runs it, employee insurance is filtered through that shit and birth control and Viagra-type drugs aren’t covered. That’s disgusting. It’s proof as to why religion needs to be out of anything political. Beside everything you stated about it, it is a breeding ground of child rapists who rape and then are moved to rape again. More people need to fight.

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    • Same here, raised catholic and only stopped short of doing a church wedding :-P. In retrospect I think whenever I was asked to several Hail Mary’s, I should just have said the first one and said times 10 or whatever the number, it wouldn’t have made a difference anyways

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    • Where are you living at the moment? Are you in Kenya, and are you from there originally? Sorry to be so forward in asking that, but I just think it’s cool as hell to be meeting people from all over the planet via my blog. I didn’t expect that. I think it’s great, but I didn’t think anyone would read this, so I’m very glad I actually did this thing.

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    • I live in Nairobi. Born and brought up in Kenya and no need to apologize for asking.
      It’s great to meet others of similar persuasions and blogging has been fun so far.

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    • That is truly excellent. Wow. I’ve used the internet for ages now and somehow didn’t realize just how immediately close it makes all of us.

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    • Oh yes, it is funny how easily we can build friendships over the internet without living the comfort of our keyboards

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    • Hahah — the RCC gets around, eh? Filthy rich bastards. 😀

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    • I should be employed to be caretaker of the Vatican Bank, maybe I could transfer some dollars to my account then ask god for forgiveness

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    • Oh, the Vatican is only keeping that money to give to the needy. You’ll see. They’ll be tossing it out car windows any day now. Hell, that’s what Jeebus would do!

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    • I will be standing by the road side 😛

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    • LOL — Well, since you are a man, you should have no problems being forgiven. 😉

      Women, on the other hand, will not be shown the same mercy. They are still paying the price for Eve’s desire for knowledge. She was on to ‘God’ like white on rice and it pissed HIM off. 😀

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    • For clarification purposes, my last comment, which posted directly under Inspired By the Divine1’s post, was directed at Mak in his reply to me regarding being a caretaker for the Vatican Bank. Not sure why it fell under IBTD1’s post, but it must have to do with the template. I have to remember to do @ on this blog.

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    • Clarifying things will only confuse me more. Sometimes, when I get to work and I’ve remembered to wear pants, I know I’m in for a decent day. The misplaced comment thingy was my mistake. A friend commented on one post, but my reply to it appeared on the reply board of an entirely different post, one which he hadn’t commented on. I’m certain, without doubt, that invisible elves did it to fuck with me. I’ve no proof, but I don’t need any. I have faith, remember?

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  2. Bad, immoral behavior? Come on now — you can do better than that. Read the Bible and learn from the Master.

    *walks away unimpressed*

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    • The Bible?! THE BIBLE!!! That’s REAL!!! I’m just making a joke! But THE BIBLE?! Immoral acts by an all-loving god who made us in his image? Man, there ain’t nothing immoral there! You’d better watch it or you’ll burn in the fires of Hell and have your flesh bubbling off of you for eternity if you’re not careful. Btw, I’m having a cookout tomorrow feature infant flesh. Live infant flesh. I’m gonna stick a few on pikes and roast ’em screaming alive over a slow flame. Yummy! Stop by if you’re in the hood. *Walks away hungry AND with a big baby catchin’ net*

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    • Mmmm — BABY back ribs. Now I’m impressed.

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    • I’m an ass man myself, but ya, the back ribs are ok on an infant. Just not a lot of meat. I suppose I could store ’em for a while and fatten ’em up. Naw. I’d have to hire a shit load of wet nurses for that. People might get suspicious. I’ll stick to the ass meat.

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    • I’m a light eater, so them there ribs will do just fine. Thanks for the invite. I’ll see ya soon.

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