Billboard Response #4


This is a response I am hearing a lot: context.

What kind of context would justify killing children? The answer is none.

There is no context that would justify selling your daughter into slavery.

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Beliefs can be dangerous


I thank you for your comment, despite the fact that I strongly disagree with it.

When people are knocking on my door to ‘spread the word of Jesus’ and pushing politicians to legislate their faith… we have a right, and some might say duty, to call out these religions and demand they pony up some evidence to back up their claims before they try to ram it down anyone’s throat.The religious need to be called out because they are not calling their faith a belief, they’re trying to say it’s historical fact, which there is no evidence to support.

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Billboard Response #3: Emily Elizabeth


Okay, now we have ourselves a ball game (cracks knuckles).

Someone made a detailed response to the billboard post I put up a few days ago and since the person made quite an effort (thank you) I will do the same out of respect for this person and their seemingly decent knowledge of the scripture. Should we be surprised that this kind of bold response came from a fellow English major? Not in the slightest.

So with that said, her words are in bold and my response is posted underneath. So.. let’s get started:

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Jim Carrey is hilarious in ‘Cold Dead Hand’ video…

Funny or Die released a new video this week that stars Jimy Carrey playing a few roles in a music video called ‘Cold Dead Hand’ which is a satire about the NRA and their attitude towards guns in America. The social satire is razor sharp and the backlash to this video which basically says men are using guns to make up for their small ‘packages’. Carrey has not been a fan of the gun lobby and he held nothing back here, in a video that is his funniest stuff since his years on In Living Colour. Check it out this link: (I tried to embed, but the code didn’t work on WordPress)

Jim Carrey in ‘Cold Dead Hand’

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