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Fanny-Anne

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Sturgeon sounds like a special and dangerous kind of plastic found in the gullet of very large whales out at sea.
 

Peterb

Well-Known Member
Oh aye just that I forgot to add a NOT but glad you admitted it in the end so no harm done.
Oh so you are a free spirit?
Congratulations.
Floating over us mere flesh with your pure and objective wisdom.
Who'd a thunk it, god is an anti gun control Trump fan!
 

ExpectingToFly

Active Member
As an aside, I still find it weird how this forum allows obvious trolls and 'anonymous' folk :lbf: It really spoils what I remember used to be an enjoyable forum.
 
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Fanny-Anne

Guest
Oh so you are a free spirit?
Congratulations.
Floating over us mere flesh with your pure and objective wisdom.
Who'd a thunk it, god is an anti gun control Trump fan!
Sorry to inform all you catholics but God does not exist in any way shape of form.
 

Peterb

Well-Known Member
As an aside, I still find it weird how this forum allows obvious trolls and 'anonymous' folk :lbf: It really spoils what I remember used to be an enjoyable forum.
The thing about trolls, ExpectingToFly, is that they are inevitable and being so one has to appreciate their entertainment value.
They also make excellent sport.
 

Quando quando quando

Well-Known Member
Sorry to inform all you catholics but God does not exist in any way shape of form.

You can’t prove He doesn’t exist by not finding Him.
Nothing proves nothing.
A more useful statement would be:
God exists and find the evidence to back it up.
But even when you cannot find the evidence than, it proves nothing.
The question is irrelevant.
It is a belief, not science.
The irreal has noting to do with logic in a scientific sense.
But many great scientific facts were discovered by coincidence and irreal thoughts and ideas by scientists.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
You can’t prove He doesn’t exist by not finding Him.
Nothing proves nothing.
A more useful statement would be:
God exists and find the evidence to back it up.
But even when you cannot find the evidence than, it proves nothing.
The question is irrelevant.
It is a belief, not science.
The irreal has noting to do with logic in a scientific sense.
But many great scientific facts were discovered by coincidence and irreal thoughts and ideas by scientists.

Does God have a penis?

You can't prove that he doesn't.
 

Peterb

Well-Known Member
You can’t prove He doesn’t exist by not finding Him.
Nothing proves nothing.
A more useful statement would be:
God exists and find the evidence to back it up.
But even when you cannot find the evidence than, it proves nothing.
The question is irrelevant.
It is a belief, not science.
The irreal has noting to do with logic in a scientific sense.
But many great scientific facts were discovered by coincidence and irreal thoughts and ideas by scientists.
Hey QQQ,
Bear in mind that Fanny did not ask the question.
The question is pointless as you can ask the existence question about anything, fairies, ghosts, UFO's and so on.
It is not for unbelievers to prove the nonexistence of god.
The burden is for those who wish to believe in whatever magical being they choose to prove otherwise.
 
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Fanny-Anne

Guest
Does God have a penis?

You can't prove that he doesn't.
The evidence would be this. If he/she/it existed he would play with it all the time and we would be covered in spunk, not that I would mind.

SLURPEE!
 
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