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Old 02-05-2013, 12:40 PM   #61
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It's Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Nietzsche, basically anyone that matters in the history of mankind, part of that list? lol

Low IQ people are prone to be sheeps, mindless worshipers, either from some imaginary being or Lebron, seeing how you do nothing but distill ignorance, and suck Lebron **** every time possible, it's not surprising you found religion.


LOL at another knicks fan following me around like a lost puppy Its sad how bad im in your head right now. I feel bad that your parents have such a weak-minded/pathetic child.
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Old 02-05-2013, 12:46 PM   #62
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atheist club is no more douchey than christian club or republican club
Someone is taking things personally.

Why would you convene to talk about believing in nothing?
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Old 02-05-2013, 01:08 PM   #63
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Why would you convene to talk about believing in nothing?


Perhaps there is a void in their life they can't quite put a finger on.
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Old 02-05-2013, 01:21 PM   #64
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Lolololololoolol at middle easterns not knowing anything about civilization.

Sumerian check
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Btw good on u d rose. The atheists here at ISH are generally respectful an assset to himsn progresss and true seekers of truth. Can't say the same for the ones at reddit
Those are possibly the worst kind, that site is completely filled with retards.
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Old 02-05-2013, 02:39 PM   #65
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LOL at another knicks fan following me around like a lost puppy Its sad how bad im in your head right now. I feel bad that your parents have such a weak-minded/pathetic child.
This was like the second time i bothered to reply to you, you have 4800 posts, 4000 of them about the Knicks and Melo, but hey it's you that are in knicks fans head.


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Old 02-05-2013, 02:53 PM   #66
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This was like the second time i bothered to reply to you, you have 4800 posts, 4000 of them about the Knicks and Melo, but hey it's you that are in knicks fans head.


world class idiot

Why do you bother to respond to me if im such an "idiot"? Yea, im in your head.
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Old 02-05-2013, 04:48 PM   #67
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Why do you bother to respond to me if im such an "idiot"? Yea, im in your head.
So basically the hundreds of posters i replied to are in my head?
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Old 02-05-2013, 07:01 PM   #68
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Took awhile for me to reply to this...

but I guess the reason I went to the club is that in the area there's a hyper-Christian community and I thought it'd be aight to meet with some people that weren't that way, or had constructive dialogue about it. I'll say for the most part, the people are nice and respectful but I can tell most of them think they're better than believers and more intellectual as well.

You'd be surprised of how many "christians" there are at Texas A&M. Go to northgate on the weekend. Full of "christians."

There are a fair share of hardcore christians who spent their friday night/saturday nights playing ping pong at the church but a lot of them attend the hangover mass on sunday due to partying too much. It was always fun driving to eat on sunday monday and passing the church and looking at all the well dressed folk going to attend.

Like I said before, don't join one of these bogus groups where it's only for a select group of people who share the same views. Join a group that will allow you to meet different kinds of people, like an activity/sports group.

Sucks you're not staying in a dorm though.
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Old 02-05-2013, 08:54 PM   #69
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You'd be surprised of how many "christians" there are at Texas A&M. Go to northgate on the weekend. Full of "christians."

There are a fair share of hardcore christians who spent their friday night/saturday nights playing ping pong at the church but a lot of them attend the hangover mass on sunday due to partying too much. It was always fun driving to eat on sunday monday and passing the church and looking at all the well dressed folk going to attend.

Like I said before, don't join one of these bogus groups where it's only for a select group of people who share the same views. Join a group that will allow you to meet different kinds of people, like an activity/sports group.

Sucks you're not staying in a dorm though.

Yeah, I certainly will look into clubs that I would rather be in. I've also noticed the "Christian" population around here as well. I don't really care if someone's religious or not, but if they wear their preference on their sleeve for everything, it's hard to be around.
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Old 02-05-2013, 08:57 PM   #70
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It's Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Nietzsche, basically anyone that matters in the history of mankind, part of that list? lol

Low IQ people are prone to be sheeps, mindless worshipers, either from some imaginary being or Lebron, seeing how you do nothing but distill ignorance, and suck Lebron **** every time possible, it's not surprising you found religion.
Wasn't an atheist
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Old 02-05-2013, 11:01 PM   #71
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You will probably enjoy this video if you haven't seen it yet:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blXdpgDsLUU
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Old 02-05-2013, 11:42 PM   #72
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Yeah, I certainly will look into clubs that I would rather be in. I've also noticed the "Christian" population around here as well. I don't really care if someone's religious or not, but if they wear their preference on their sleeve for everything, it's hard to be around.

I hear you dude. It's a good lesson in restraint.
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:00 AM   #73
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It's Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Nietzsche, basically anyone that matters in the history of mankind, part of that list? lol

Low IQ people are prone to be sheeps, mindless worshipers, either from some imaginary being or Lebron, seeing how you do nothing but distill ignorance, and suck Lebron **** every time possible, it's not surprising you found religion.

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