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Acceptance Village, Alabama. A new study conducted by Professor Iblameyou of the University of Chicago was released today which found that all of the problems in the world today are caused by other people. “These results are amazing,” said Professor Iblameyou. “I surveyed over two thousand people from every part of the globe over the past three years and found, every time, that people blame other people for everything wrong with the world and with themselves. Clearly, these results indicate that the problem of other people is plague-like and simply must be eradicated before life on earth comes to a screeching halt. I would have released these results sooner, but the assistant I had working with me on the project was rather slow in putting the data I gave her together so I had to delay publishing this report. Last time I’ll work with her, I tell you that.
My study also found that when groups of other people act together, they’re even more damaging than when they act alone. Sometimes other people will form into groups, or countries even, that are very different from you and yours. When this happens, chaos ensues. These “other” groups start to act as if they’re as good as you and your group. Name-calling almost always follows. Fighting follows this, and soon, full-scale wars have erupted. We must act now to end the problem of others, a.k.a. those people over there. I’ve started an online group called End All Others Now. Our purpose is to make all others become just like us for the sake of the planet and all humanity. You can join the group at othersblow.com for the nominal fee of 50 dollars. Hope to see you all join – unless, of course, you’re one of them. If that’s the case, don’t bother because you’re not part of the solution, you’re the problem.”
A new dating service for atheists called Heathens Lookin’ For Hoochie has recently come online. Here are a few of the questions they ask their subscribers to help them connect people with their ideal mate.
1.) How do you like to eat your infants: A.) Boiled B.) Fried C.) Raw ‘n squirmin’ or D.) Diced and baked on an extra cheese pizza?
2.) When fighting in the war on Christmas each year, what is your preferred weapon: A.) A .357 Magnum B.) A flamethrower C.) A small nuclear device or D.) All of the above?
3.) You come upon the house of a Christian and find it has a well in the backyard. Do you A.) Poison it with cyanide B.) Throw the Christian and his family into it and seal it closed C.) Pour Ebola into it and laugh as the family suffers and dies from it or D.) Fill it with poisonous snakes and giggle when one is brought up in a bucket by the Christian and bites him in the face?
4.) A group of evangelical Christians move in next door to you. Do you A.) Begin having all night orgies in your backyard to offend them B.) Leave your shades open at night so they can watch you dance naked in the blood of the babies you’ve slaughtered C.) Make 3ft penis topiaries out of your front hedges and spend entire weekends outside gently stoking them or D.) All of the above?
5.) What’s your idea of a great 1st date A.) Reenacting the biblical destruction of Jericho by killing everyone in the town next to you in the name of God B.) Finding out where pedophile Catholic priests reside and removing their genitals from their bodies C.) Dressing as demons and terrorizing creationists on their way to Sunday services or D.) Any of the above?
Here are a few Mugshots of Biblical characters I found recently while roaming around in an ancient cave in Jerusalem.
Independent views from someone who offers some historical context
An Online Record of his Hate Speech Including Anti-gay Propaganda and the Minimising of Child Rape.
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