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    I will defer to Jakelafort’s comment.

    And not to be nip picky, the term I used was “atheistic perspective”



    I am into horse racing more than a little bit. I have an equine religion which holds in the highest esteem the virgin mare and the holy horse hoof. Let me tell quote you passages from Pegasus Rex, the holy text.

    For he who lacks that studious and analytical approach and wagers without having poured over the data in the daily racing form is a fool who will engender endless showers of urine and feces onto those who are similarly inclined. Let not man’s heart turn to hot monkey women for in that lust the powers of the holy horse hoof and virginal mare are diluted and ultimately lead to financial ruin and a cessation of the life blood of civilization.

    I wonder whether in contemplating these sacrosanct passages i may be able to find evidence of horse sense and sensibilities as the events of our lives unfold.


    Here are some of the basics that Christians must believe:

    You have the ability to communicate with an entity  that you call “God”, the Creator of the Universe.

    You expect – hope – believe that you will be an immortal when this life is over.

    God has a plan for Christians yet they constantly pray for Him to change it.

    From my perspective this is unbelievable.

    I assume you don’t believe that the Hindu god Shiva exists. Does that give you a fresh perspective on anything?


    I think I once met one of those hot monkey women at a race track. I felt an unbridled passion for her but neigh she said unto me.



    But Reg it is clearly written in the Pegasus Rex that the chosen at Cheltanham choose chastity. On the other hand a neigh might mean neigh but sometimes when you win they whinny.



    I used to perform 5 or 6 magic tricks very well, some levitation illusions and coin tricks. My company hired 10 engineers from India to conduct design verification and assigned them to be part of my project team. Months later, after a meeting I gave them a bit of a magic show. Their eyes got as big as saucers and from then on they seemed a little spooked of me or something. I was chatting with one guy while he was eating lunch and I noticed this pic on his computer. He said it was proof of the giant Hindi monkey God Hanuman with full sincerity.



    I once spoke to a Hindu about his monkey god. It was such an effort to repress a laugh. But i sincerely believe that the Christians got this shit spot on.

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