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He's making a list
he's checking it twice
He want's to know who's down with the Christ
Pastor Stahl is planning a crime.
8/31/2011 8:33:45 PM
8/31/2011 10:02:55 PM
He's got a point. We should definitely be named and shamed. Bring on the TCNRA!!!
8/31/2011 10:22:35 PM
Well. A number of years ago, some christinsanes put together an exclusive xian "yellow pages" in my area. So you could know all the businesses listed were owned by christinsanes.
I have to be honest. I think atheists used it the most to determine who NOT to call for business. I know I used it for that.
8/31/2011 11:05:54 PM
You win forever.
9/1/2011 12:28:58 AM
And what do you plan on doing with the list once you've got it? Sit and stare at it in wonder at all those "lost" people?
Let's start making a list of fundies, and make it so the worst fundies always go to the top of the list.
I suggest adding:
That Stewart guy who lives in Guam,
9/1/2011 3:31:14 AM
I do hope you can receive the mental help you need to overcome your deep and profound illness. Your prejudice and hate make me sick.
9/1/2011 5:46:43 AM
Fuck you. Should have a Rabid Fundie registry, and all those listed, surgically sterilized.
9/1/2011 7:20:07 AM
"hate groups like the KKK , skinheads"
...who are also right-wing Fundamentalist Christians.
So I guess the first name you'll be adding to such a list of dangerous people - who represent a clear and present danger to national, nay, international security - will be yours eh, Mikey-boy?
Enjoy your paradox.
9/1/2011 9:01:05 AM
(From 'The Atheist Experience' blog)
9/1/2011 9:55:56 AM
I can already hear your boner from the far north.
9/1/2011 10:15:13 AM
It's about time atheists got organized. Sign me up.
9/1/2011 11:54:46 AM
Well, you know, it's just for information only, like you know, Hitler used his list of Jews for information only...I'm just waiting for we Pagans and Wiccans to be put on a list too...can hardly wait for the "re-education camps..."
9/2/2011 10:03:38 AM
Awesome idea! And after he's made that registry he can then start a campaign to get all us nasty atheists to wear some signal...say, a yellow badge that has a symbol signifying our (lack of) belief. And then once everyone knows we're atheists, maybe you he can come up with a plan--a solution, as it were, to remove us horrid athiests from society so we don't pollute all the good Christian folks.
9/2/2011 6:35:13 PM
They want to put us in camps, literally.
9/28/2011 3:30:41 AM
Why not form a list of "real" Christians and post that instead? Anyone could apply, but to be accepted they would need a certified letter of recommendation from a "real" Christian pastor (such as yourself). That way you could keep out members of all of the various denominations that have the audacity to disagree with you, er uh, I mean god.
Participants could list what businesses they own. That way, readers could make sure that they were only dealing with "real" Christians when they spent their money. And they could list the names of the children, so people could make sure that the kids were only playing with certified "real" Christians.
Doesn't that sounds like a great idea pastor Mike? No? Hmm, funny that.
9/28/2011 6:20:35 AM
What a dick. oh and most hate groups are christian, including the KKK.
10/1/2011 8:54:55 AM
You know, that's a great idea.
You should probably take it a step further though, and start a movement in support of something to help identify people of true faith to each other--maybe a tattoo or RFID tag or something. People could wear it under their skin, say in their right hand. You could allow merchants refuse to do business with anyone who didn't have one, by tying purchases to their implants. That way atheists would have to repent, convert and swear fealty to the Church in order to function on even a basic level in society.
I'm sure you'll agree that the basic idea is sound.
10/2/2011 4:36:31 AM
11/28/2011 8:38:16 PM
Sign me up to your atheist registry!!! I can't wait to prove that I am a smart, educated human and not a religous psycho moron!!!
11/28/2011 8:40:35 PM
The national registry of lunatics called, they said you only get one entry.
1/5/2012 9:22:57 AM
There's a register of skinheads in the US? Well I have a shaved head AND I don't believe in in pasta Stahl's homocidal mythology. That means I'm twice as evil as I thought I was. I'm too depressed to rape next door's poodle now.
6/17/2012 9:59:43 AM
Except all those groups are evil people who we need to keep tabs on. The only reason you wish to keep tabs on atheists is to discriminate against atheists for not believing in your mythology, so you're just as bad as anyone who's a member of a hate group. Maybe we should have a registry for fundamentalist nutjobs.
6/17/2012 10:35:57 AM
I am an atheist, dedicated to a girl, nice to people genuinely a good person. I would like to discuss with anyone who cares, you can reach me at email@example.com
10/25/2012 12:14:32 PM
"They want to put us in camps, literally."
I wish. They'd have to go someway to completely rebuild the Butlins Filey
holiday camp then; exactly
as it was, with all
facilities recreated (even with the electro-mechanical
games in the arcades) as they were.
Between 1969 and 1982, when our family went there every year (sometimes twice; or on a couple of occasions, one big fortnight bash!), those were the best days of my formative years.
PROTIP: There were those wags there (as well as most of the other Butlins camps) who - almost every year without fail; it'd become some kind of proto
-meme 'tradition' - would have as a T-shirt slogan, or even on a a badge 'Butlitz Escape Committee
(*sheds tear of nostalgia
10/26/2012 8:35:22 AM
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