1. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    On a scale of 1 to 7 (with 1 being absolutely certain of its existence
    and 7 being absolutely certain of its non-existence) how do you stand
    on the question of a teapot orbiting the sun somewhere between the
    orbits of Earth and Mars?

    (Personally I am a 6.999 - although its more likely than existence of god)
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    21 Jan '14 21:03
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    On a scale of 1 to 7 (with 1 being absolutely certain of its existence
    and 7 being absolutely certain of its non-existence) how do you stand
    on the question of a teapot orbiting the sun somewhere between the
    orbits of Earth and Mars?

    (Personally I am a 6.999 - although its more likely than existence of god)
    what kind of teapot? this could make a big difference to theist answers.
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    21 Jan '14 21:04
    Originally posted by stellspalfie
    what kind of teapot? this could make a big difference to theist answers.
    I've always thought it had a flower print with roses on it, with a white background.

    But maybe that's just me.
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    21 Jan '14 21:06
    Originally posted by googlefudge
    I've always thought it had a flower print with roses on it, with a white background.

    But maybe that's just me.
    Blasphemer!
    It's blue and white stripes.
    (PG tips.)
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    21 Jan '14 21:51
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    Blasphemer!
    It's blue and white stripes.
    (PG tips.)
    Calm down! You guys just have different descriptions for the same teapot. You're all still monoteapotists.
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    21 Jan '14 22:12
    Originally posted by PatNovak
    Calm down! You guys just have different descriptions for the same teapot. You're all still monoteapotists.
    does this teapot exist as a trinity, the pot, the bag and the holy-cup-of-tea?
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    21 Jan '14 22:19
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    On a scale of 1 to 7 (with 1 being absolutely certain of its existence
    and 7 being absolutely certain of its non-existence) how do you stand
    on the question of a teapot orbiting the sun somewhere between the
    orbits of Earth and Mars?

    (Personally I am a 6.999 - although its more likely than existence of god)
    Your teapot is an asterism in the constellation Sagittarius. The Milky Way is the steam coming from the spout.
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    21 Jan '14 22:32
    Originally posted by stellspalfie
    does this teapot exist as a trinity, the pot, the bag and the holy-cup-of-tea?
    For the Teapot so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Bag, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish from thirst, but have everlasting tea.
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    22 Jan '14 20:43
    Originally posted by PatNovak
    For the Teapot so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Bag, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish from thirst, but have everlasting tea.
    The theists are very quiet on this one!!!
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    22 Jan '14 21:52
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    On a scale of 1 to 7 (with 1 being absolutely certain of its existence
    and 7 being absolutely certain of its non-existence) how do you stand
    on the question of a teapot orbiting the sun somewhere between the
    orbits of Earth and Mars?

    (Personally I am a 6.999 - although its more likely than existence of god)
    I am also a 6.9-something, although it is a distinct possibility that some smartarse managed to get a teapot onto a satellite so I would say it is vastly more probable than any supernatural god.

    Come on theists, your turn. step up to the plate.

    Penguin.
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    Originally posted by Penguin
    I am also a 6.9-something, although it is a distinct possibility that some smartarse managed to get a teapot onto a satellite so I would say it is vastly more probable than any supernatural god.

    Come on theists, your turn. step up to the plate.

    Penguin.
    I would be very tempted if I had the budget to put a teapot into orbit around Mars
    [and it would have a floral pattern on it] but I rather suspect given the current costs
    nobody has done so thus far.


    Although maybe someone made a microscopic one... is there a size requirement on this
    teapot?
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    Teapots in outer space.

    Yuk ... yuk .... yuk

    "Let's pretend that the claims of Christ are no more important to us than this teapot in outer space. That will make us feel better."

    " I ain't concerned. Are you ? "

    "No. I ain't concerned either. What about you ? "

    "Therefore I said to you that you will die in your sins; for unless you believe that I am, you will die in your sins."


    But there are always teapots in outer space to chuckle over.
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    23 Jan '14 14:38
    Originally posted by googlefudge
    I would be very tempted if I had the budget to put a teapot into orbit around Mars
    [and it would have a floral pattern on it] but I rather suspect given the current costs
    nobody has done so thus far.


    Although maybe someone made a microscopic one... is there a size requirement on this
    teapot?
    If you don't believe it exists, does that make you an a-tea-ist?
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    23 Jan '14 15:28
    Originally posted by sonship
    Teapots in outer space.

    Yuk ... yuk .... yuk

    "Let's pretend that the claims of Christ are no more important to us than this teapot in outer space. That will make us feel better."

    " I ain't concerned. Are you ? "

    "No. I ain't concerned either. What about you ? "

    [b] "Therefore I said to you that you will die in your sins; fo ...[text shortened]... in your sins."


    But there are always teapots in outer space to chuckle over.[/b]
    You really don't get the point.

    Instead of guessing why don't you ASK what the point is?

    Instead of just making one up.

    You seem to spend a lot of time accusing us of thinking things we don't
    or reading meaning into our posts we never intended or put there.

    Why not ask, rather than state... for once.
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