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Today I thought about how people say “God doesn’t exist”. Anyone who says that is fucking stupid. Saying God is acknowledging that there is a god. If he doesn’t exist why acknowledge him? Next time you want to really piss a religious person off you should say “Your god doesn’t exist”. Just saying. That’s coming from a christian by the way.
this isn’t even a valid point. I say “jesus christ” and “what the hell” all the time, but I definitely do not acknowledge their existence, beyond in the fictional book you all worship. It’s just words.
Saying a word doesn’t mean I believe in it. And also, to say “Your god doesn’t exist” implies a hell of a lot more that I believe in another god, then to say “God doesn’t exist” which most people would more quickly associate with my atheist beliefs.
People are dumb.
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Your videos are always kinda ridiculous, but I have to point this out.
You are ginger, we are all aware…but seriously? You’re not white? You’re ginger?
Ginger is a hair color. You crazy child.
You are definitely a white person. Probably one of the whitest white people there are, since you’re a ginger!
Just wanted to clarify on that point.
PS: Watch him apologize for slavery, and claim the plight of the ginger is as terrible as that of the african-american population.
my silver nailpolish won’t come off. It’s taking forever….why did I start this now? Grrr.
My city is kind of driving me crazy.
Our city is of a population of under 120 000. We’re not that huge.
We have 10 sushi restaurants. What? About 7 of those are downtown, so all within a five-ten minute walk from each other. Why would a city of our size need 10 sushi restaurants? Ehhh…whatever.
The downtown strip is ridiculous too. We have a very popular restaurant, in “The Hub,” which is where all the bars are. It specializes in poutine and is a favorite spot for the drunks wandering across the street from the bars. This year, two buildings down from that poutine restaurant, they put in another poutine restaurant, which is a chain restaurant. And then one block down, another poutine restaurant moved in. Why so many damn poutine restaurants? JESUS.
A few blocks down there’s a nice little spot called the Tea Store. It’s been there for at least 6 years, and while not making booming business, it has lots of regulars that maintain it. On the same block, five businesses down, a place called “David’s Tea” (another chain) moved in this year. FIVE BUSINESSES AWAY. Like, you couldn’t go anywhere else? Why do we need two tea establishments on one block?
AND. We have a Starbucks at the bottom of our downtown strip (which to put in perspective, is only 7 blocks…like I said we’re not a huge city). And we have a Starbucks just above the Hub, and one block over. There is also one in the Chapters, which is about two blocks down from the Hub. So what is happening? They are putting in another Starbucks, two businesses down from the Chapters. TWO doors down. WHAT. That makes four Starbucks within a ten minute walking distance from each other, two of them being next-door neighbors, practically.
Ugh, I like the little shops, and there are some nice restaurants downtown. But I am so irritated by the lack of variety. And also, these new chain businesses coming in and trying to take away business from our city’s already established buildings, many of which are not franchises.
It especially pisses me off because I don’t generally approve of Starbucks, and the building it is moving into is where our Second Cup used to be, that recently closed. Second Cup is an independently owned, Canadian business. Starbucks is an over-priced haven for hipsters and the elite.
I get the concept of healthy competition in business, but I think the placement of businesses downtown is generally bonkers. All that keeps happening is businesses opening, closing because there’s too much nearby competition, and then we wait until another business moves in…and it is always something we already have downtown, it opens for a while, closes, and then we wait again. Bring in new stuff to our city, already. I can guarantee, that at least one of those poutine restaurants is going to close, and then they’ll probably replace it with another sushi restaurant. Which will also close.
I hate instant-play media on websites…blogs with music included.
If I want to listen to your Geico Insurance video, if I wanted to hear awful techno, I would PRESS PLAY. Don’t bombard me with yo shit.
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