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December 31 2013

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i shouldn’t have laughed so hard.

oh my goodness this made my day

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@verschwoerer : let me handle this one :))

Pics or it didn't happen :))

Well, sorry, but we can't possibly have any idea what will happen when we die.

I think the ideas of any kind of afterlife were mainly made up by religious masterminds in order to make people more tolerant towards evil in the world.

If everyone believes "those guys will get their punishment in the afterlife", those guys can do whatever they want. Slavery, rape, and of course all of the 7 deadly sins. And in fact they did. And people didn't do anything about it, as for instance killing those guys would be a sin and then they'd be punished in the afterlife. So people having those ideas, rely on the afterlife for justice. I don't think we should wait for something that will most likely never happen, but instead fight all the mother fuckers that ruin this world RIGHT HERE RIGHT NOW. Most likely your death is the end of your consciousness. Use the spark of life you have to do something good and meaningful.

The knowledge of life being finite is THE TRUE MOTIVATION to make something out of your life.

And that's exactly what religion wants to take away from you by telling you fairy tales about eternal life.

If you go as far as thinking there's going to be a magical heaven above the skies, where everything is great and awesome, why would you want to live long anyways? Why not do lots of high-risk extreme sports, so you quickly accidentally non-intentionally die and go to heaven. The longer you live, the more likely it gets that you accumulate some sins and go to hell.
Also if all religionutters would do that, the world would possibly become a much better place.

And why is suicide a sin, even if you are incapable of living an enjoyable life? Because the religious masterminds need you to do all the work, so they can live a comfy life! Don't want people to kill themselves to get to the magic non existent afterlife place.

It was always about robbing people of their freedom, even the freedom of thought, as the afterlife of course (Capt. Obvious) also punishes bad thoughts. So you don't even think, let alone discuss to overthrow the evil "god-chosen" (self-announced) leaders.
Cthulhu, Jahwee, Zeus, Odin, God... know it all!

The worst part:

ALL OF THIS STILL WORKS PERFECTLY TODAY!

Hence:

OBEY!!!
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Holy fuck. I never really understood how they caught birds before, I assumed they had to sneak up on them. 

How was this even caught on camera?

did that cat fucking put the thing in its mouth in midair so it could land on its feet

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Some faith in humanity restored.
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Utah Is on Track to End Homelessness by 2015 With This One Simple Idea

Utah has reduced its rate of chronic homelessness by 78 percent over the past eight years, moving 2000 people off the street and putting the state on track to eradicate homelessness altogether by 2015. How’d they do it? The state is giving away apartments, no strings attached. In 2005, Utah calculated the annual cost of E.R. visits and jail stays for an average homeless person was $16,670, while the cost of providing an apartment and social worker would be $11,000. Each participant works with a caseworker to become self-sufficient, but if they fail, they still get to keep their apartment.

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