1. Standard memberknightmeister
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    10 Sep '07 18:30
    ...does it take to change a light bulb?


    (ANSWER- Well first of all you would want to be sure that scientifically you could verify that the light bulb needed changing , I mean afterall you've only got the word of the of the writer and he's just a man. After that you would need to define for me what an Atheist is before I could even consider the problem , and even if I did think the light bulb needed changing (which I wouldn't) then why doesn't the flying spaghetti change it with his magic decoder ring? Etc etc etc)
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    10 Sep '07 20:15
    Originally posted by knightmeister
    ...does it take to change a light bulb?


    (ANSWER- Well first of all you would want to be sure that scientifically you could verify that the light bulb needed changing , I mean afterall you've only got the word of the of the writer and he's just a man. After that you would need to define for me what an Atheist is before I could even consider the pr ...[text shortened]... t) then why doesn't the flying spaghetti change it with his magic decoder ring? Etc etc etc)
    *throws tomatoes*
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    10 Sep '07 20:19
    Originally posted by knightmeister
    ...does it take to change a light bulb?


    (ANSWER- Well first of all you would want to be sure that scientifically you could verify that the light bulb needed changing , I mean afterall you've only got the word of the of the writer and he's just a man. After that you would need to define for me what an Atheist is before I could even consider the pr ...[text shortened]... t) then why doesn't the flying spaghetti change it with his magic decoder ring? Etc etc etc)
    Only one, but he really has to want to change it.
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    10 Sep '07 22:46
    Originally posted by knightmeister
    ...does it take to change a light bulb?


    (ANSWER- Well first of all you would want to be sure that scientifically you could verify that the light bulb needed changing , I mean afterall you've only got the word of the of the writer and he's just a man. After that you would need to define for me what an Atheist is before I could even consider the pr ...[text shortened]... t) then why doesn't the flying spaghetti change it with his magic decoder ring? Etc etc etc)
    What are you on?
    If the light bulb is blown, you change it. Doesn't take a freakin' rocket scientist.
    Perhaps the better question would be how many fundie creationists does it take to change a light bulb?
    Only one, as long as the directions are written in a 2000 year old book.
  5. SubscriberAThousandYoung
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    11 Sep '07 05:511 edit
    Five, because we use fluorescent light bulbs, which last so long that everyone is curious about how to change a light bulb and wants to watch.

    That is, we're smarter than you. I'm not sure I communicated that very well. In fact I suspect my wit was pretty deficient.

    But still!
  6. Cape Town
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    11 Sep '07 06:00
    Originally posted by knightmeister
    ...does it take to change a light bulb?


    (ANSWER- Well first of all you would want to be sure that scientifically you could verify that the light bulb needed changing , I mean afterall you've only got the word of the of the writer and he's just a man. After that you would need to define for me what an Atheist is before I could even consider the pr ...[text shortened]... t) then why doesn't the flying spaghetti change it with his magic decoder ring? Etc etc etc)
    Proof that some Christians believe that all scientists are atheist and thinking is an unchristian idea.
  7. Standard memberknightmeister
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    11 Sep '07 10:32
    Originally posted by twhitehead
    Proof that some Christians believe that all scientists are atheist and thinking is an unchristian idea.
    I was having fun
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    11 Sep '07 11:131 edit
    Originally posted by twhitehead
    Proof that some Christians believe that all scientists are atheist and thinking is an unchristian idea.
    I have never met one Christian who thought all scientists were athiests. And I have been moving in and out among them for over 35 years.

    Would you like that to be true - that some Christians think all scientists are atheists?
  9. Cape Town
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    11 Sep '07 12:16
    Originally posted by jaywill
    I have never met one Christian who thought all scientists were athiests. And I have been moving in and out among them for over 35 years.

    Would you like that to be true - that some Christians think all scientists are atheists?
    The implication of the post was that atheist = scientist, ie someone who does not do everything purely on blind faith. So even though you might not have met him knightmeister is and example of what I was talking about. Of course he made the further implication that atheists must question (be skeptical about) everything they do, even changing a light bulb.

    Do you honestly think you have met every Christian in the world in your 35 years? And did you really question all of them about their beliefs about scientists?
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    11 Sep '07 12:51
    Originally posted by knightmeister
    ...does it take to change a light bulb?


    (ANSWER- Well first of all you would want to be sure that scientifically you could verify that the light bulb needed changing , I mean afterall you've only got the word of the of the writer and he's just a man. After that you would need to define for me what an Atheist is before I could even consider the pr ...[text shortened]... t) then why doesn't the flying spaghetti change it with his magic decoder ring? Etc etc etc)
    Change a light bulb? I thought they preferred the darkness?
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    11 Sep '07 13:14
    Originally posted by whodey
    Change a light bulb? I thought they preferred the darkness?
    At least we don't pretend that there is a light.
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    11 Sep '07 13:23
    Originally posted by amannion
    ...how many fundie creationists does it take to change a light bulb?
    Only one, as long as the directions are written in a 2000 year old book.
    HAAAA! 😵

    First spontaneous laugh I've had in here in a long time. Good one.
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