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MarvinTheParanoidAndroid

This will all end in tears, I just know it.
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"Allahu akbar" literally means "God is the greatest."

Can God ever recover?
I was just about to bring this up. I would say it's very ironic for an atheist looking to prove God is false to know very little about any religious faith whatsoever but it makes more sense than it doesn't. You don't really spend time learning about something you think is worthless.

It seems a lot of them (and critical youtubers in general) are using cutesy animal or furry avatars more often now.

Is this to make themselves look more appealing than they actually are or are more people becoming furries?
How ironic would it be if most of these turbo atheists were all otherkin?
 

MarvinTheParanoidAndroid

This will all end in tears, I just know it.
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Been meaning to bring this up.

Ya'll remember the "Blasphemy challenge" back in the day? Like going on YouTube and saying that you deny the holy spirit. I found it weird and unnecessary. Like wouldn't someone have to offer you salvation in order for it to work?
That sounds boring as fuck and I'm glad I got the weirder early Youtube experience.
 
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Nutritious_Banana

Cornholed by Bigfoot
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Been meaning to bring this up.

Ya'll remember the "Blasphemy challenge" back in the day? Like going on YouTube and saying that you deny the holy spirit. I found it weird and unnecessary. Like wouldn't someone have to offer you salvation in order for it to work?
Oh yeah, it was Rational Response Squad's thing. I remember some backlash when some of VenomFang's fans tried to highjack and turn it into a "reaffirmation of their faith."

It should be said that RRS were individuals so retarded they though beating Kurt Cameron and Ray Comfort in a debate was something to be proud of .
 

Krokodil Overdose

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Been meaning to bring this up.

Ya'll remember the "Blasphemy challenge" back in the day? Like going on YouTube and saying that you deny the holy spirit. I found it weird and unnecessary. Like wouldn't someone have to offer you salvation in order for it to work?
I don't think so. Technically, if I understand my Christian theology correctly, salvation is freely available to all who seek it (though there's a lot of bickering about what the precise requirements are.) You don't need a sponsor in the faith for it to count. Sin against the holy spirit is blasphemy from a Christian perspective, but if you're not a Christian that's not relevant to... anything, really.
 

Hux

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Been meaning to bring this up.

Ya'll remember the "Blasphemy challenge" back in the day? Like going on YouTube and saying that you deny the holy spirit. I found it weird and unnecessary. Like wouldn't someone have to offer you salvation in order for it to work?
Hoo shit, now I'm getting nostalgic. I remember that was how Amazingatheist, Fakesagan and other oldcows like CapnOAwesome first made their marks on YouTube (even Penn Jillette took the challenge) and were basically the cornerstones of the pre-Atheism+ community, if you can even call it that. How it went back then was that if you recorded yourself saying "I'm X and I deny the existance of the Holy Spirit", you'll get a documentary talking about how Jesus never existed

But regarding the Blasphemy Challenge, it's not so much about the speds that took it, but the cows that were in charge of the challenge itself: The Rational Response Squad. The main guy that was in charge of the RRS was Brian Sapient, his then girlfriend Kelly O'Connor (who's main job was to stand there with the camera shoved down her cleavage to attract the more hormonal of viewers while she parroted a bunch of pseudointellectual big words) and Rook Hawkins, the one that made the documentary. Another notable associate was an atheist rapper, Greydon Square, of whom Sapient acted as an agent for and would give out his album to donators.

Apart from their claim to fame of making Kurt Cameron and Ray Comfort look like fools in a debate (which is not a fucking hard thing to do, considering what massive retards they already are), they were also known for pushing the position that theism should be classified in the DSM as a mental disorder. While this was one of the straws that broke the camel's back for other atheists to realize just how full of shit these people were, it also turned out that Greydon beat the holy shit out of Sapient in broad daylight because he was getting none of the proceeds from the album sales from the donations (because Sapient was essentially keeping all the donations for himself and giving nothing back to the donators). In the end, this resulted in Richard Dawkins' foundation cutting whatever ties with them and the RRS essentially disbanded with nothing but bad blood between them

And oh yeah, Kelly went on to do porn and took up being a prostitute in Nevada. One could say that she was much better at this job than her last one, but with her having her horse teeth and her protruding tailbone that made her look like she had an actual tail...eeehhh...
 

Positron

Bovid-19. Codename: White Yak
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girlfriend Kelly O'Connor (who's main job was to stand there with the camera shoved down her cleavage to attract the more hormonal of viewers while she parroted a bunch of pseudointellectual big words
Greydon beat the holy shit out of Sapient in broad daylight because he was getting none of the proceeds from the album sales from the donations (because Sapient was essentially keeping all the donations for himself and giving nothing back to the donators). I
The common themes in internet atheism: sexual degeneracy, vicious infightings, and fraud. The Amazing Atheist is the champion of all three.
 

Slap47

Hehe xd
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Apparently this guy has a global organization that actually pays attention to Islamic countries.

A Leaf-land University also banned him for hate speech.