Another topic to avoid at work

You’ll pray for me?  Oh good.  I’d hate to think you were going to waste your time on something utterly pointless

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19 thoughts on “Another topic to avoid at work

  1. I’m with Dolce! Someone who loved me would not make me stand up – sit down – stand up – sit down. They’d let me fall asleep or listen to my ipod.

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  2. My employer has an internal “blog”. It’s a forum where the CEO writes some sort of inspirational post and then employees can post their own (hopefully related) comments.

    Nearly every post has devolved into a debate between those who “cling to religion and guns” and those who actually think for themselves.

    It’s funny, but sad too. And scary.

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  3. nursemyra: That again.
    b: Not so loud! Some of my colleagues take themselves very, very seriously.
    katypea: “Hate” is such a strong word. I’m leaning more towards “loathe”.
    dolce: Oh behave!
    robin: I’m not sure I’m entirely comfortable with you sharing your bedroom secrets here.
    unbearable banishment: Hallelujah! (See what I did there?)
    daisy: I prefer preying to praying.
    rob: Very. Not a debate I would want to risk getting embroiled in.

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  4. of all the fucking lunatics i hate, the overly religeous ones are the worst… they are convinced of their own infallibility by divine manifest… at least the rest of the fucking, non-religeous lunatics know their limits. or not…

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  5. “But God didn’t build himself that throne
    God doesn’t live in Israel or Rome
    God doesn’t belong to the yankee dollar
    God doesn’t plant the bombs for Hezbollah
    God doesn’t even go to church
    And God won’t send us down to Allah to burn
    No, God will remind us what we already know
    That the human race is about to reap what it’s sown”

    The The, ‘Armageddon Days (Are Here Again)’, 1989

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  6. This shall be debated over a plate of spaghetti (monster) and washed down with a bottle of Pongracz upon my return to the Cape in December…

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  7. andrew: So you’ve seen the light, have you?
    gnukid: That’s just what the voices told you to say, isn’t it?
    goblin: This is about as good as it gets for me, too.
    rustum: God sounds like one of those annoying people who is always phoning into radio programmes.
    katypea: You’re on! But you’re paying.
    bullitt: Good to know. By the way, how’s your one settler doing?
    uncle keith: Hey, me too. Actually, Cayennetology is more of a cult, but that’s a minor detail.

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