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04 September 2006 at 11:52

downside of atheism

Spirits much improved now. The physio lady with the brain tumour says she's in fear a lot of the time. Now I know what she means, and I'm not even dying.

Hotboy sent me the new novel, which I have downloaded at work so they'll find it on my computer after the plummeting, and get him some free publicity. Everything balances out. It's set in a school. I have always liked schoolboy adventures, this one is kind of Billy Bunter by Irvine Welsh. I'm enjoying it much more than Harry Snotter. Mind you, that's not saying much.

Hotboy was asking when my trip takes off. The NPD will compel me to blog the full flight details and itinerary soon. But first there's the cancer dentist boy to see. He might even perform a tooth-pulling and 6 weeks of oxygen treatment in a diving chamber (like last time), thus providing me with the perfect excuse to postpone the collateral damage flight! Everything balances out!


There's a site where you can get official diagnosis of your religion:

Which religion is the right one for you? (new version)
created with QuizFarm.com

You are an atheist. You probably already knew this. Also, you probably have several people praying daily for your soul.

Instead of simply being "nonreligious," atheists strongly believe in the lack of existence of a higher being, or God.

atheism

96%

Satanism

79%

Buddhism

67%

agnosticism

67%

Islam

54%

Judaism

46%

Hinduism

46%

Paganism

46%

Christianity

25%

Blogger keda said...

oh babe. i'm sorry about your friend. and that you're still not tip top.
but more than that even i sometimes get annoyed that god doesn't exist.
just because if he did he'd deserve a right good talking to.
i'd like to give that purely fictional but highly bloody annoying entity a piece of my mind. and its not one of the best bits.

thinking of you. still sending light. and some swear words skyward.
i'll do the test later*  

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Blogger hotboy said...

Adolf! Zeig! The fear of personal annihilation is within us ...yes, it is! That's why you've got to get rid of the "false sense of self". That's what the juju is for. The Hyperbaric (?) chamber is right up my street! You could meditate in there except you don't meditate. I'm a atheist and a buddhist, by the way. Also a christian. Atheists are like the joe with his toes up to the edge of the cliff looking down into the abyss of personal annihilation. You should join my Amazing Bloggy Church of the Bad Boy Blissheid. It would solve all your problems for ten percent off the top! That would help. Hotboy  

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Blogger robmcj said...

keda you're a sweetie.

HB - I so agree, atheism has to be combined with something else, like Taoism, otherwise it's intolerable. The hyperbaric chamber's actually quite a buzz. Pure oxygen at 3 atmospheres. One spark from a nylon pantaclava and we're all barbecued, with the flavour sealed in. Try blissing your way through that.

But barring accidents and black spots, they say you'd live forever on the effects of the oxygen.  

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Blogger Menzies Milngavie III said...

I say!

I was 100% Jedi religion!

Chin up.

MM III  

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Blogger Lee Ann said...

I scored as Christianity.

Your views are most similar to those of Christianity. Do more research on Christianity and possibly consider being baptized and accepting Jesus, if you aren't already Christian. Christianity is the second of the Abrahamic faiths; it follows Judaism and is followed by Islam. It differs in its belief of Jesus, as not a prophet nor historical figure, but as God in human form. The Holy Trinity is the concept that God takes three forms: the Father, the Son (Jesus), and the Holy Ghost (sometimes called Holy Spirit). Jesus taught the idea of instead of seeking revenge, one should love his or her neighbors and enemies. Christians believe that Jesus died on the cross to save humankind and forgive people's sins.

Christianity 75%
Islam 67%
Buddhism 42%
Judaism 38%
Paganism 38%
Hinduism 21%
atheism 13%
agnosticism 8%
Satanism 8%

Interesting!  

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Blogger robmcj said...

LA - are you going to consider baptism, like it says?

MM - 100%!  

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Blogger Eric said...

I guess I'm a paganistic atheist...


atheism 88%
Paganism 83%
Islam 71%
Satanism 67%
Buddhism 63%
Judaism 54%
agnosticism 38%
Hinduism 33%
Christianity 29%  

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