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Atheists worship animals…? (Part 1)


[loud music obscures his speech]
Is atheism a religion? What? I can’t hear you! Let’s not look at atheism
from a superficial point of view. From a what? A “sacrificial pint of stew?” Can you maybe turn down the music a little bit, please? But let’s go deep into this belief system. Jesus, that music’s not even just an intro, is it? It’s not going to stop. Well, audience, if I can handle it, so can you, right? Besides, you gotta admit, it’s kinda catchy. [musical noises]
♪♫D-n-d’na, d-n’d’daa♪♫ ♪♫d-d-d’n-d-da d’n’d’da♪♫ ♪♫ Ooh! ♪♫ But I’ve already had it stuck in my head for too long,
so let’s get through this, okay? So, a belief system, eh? Okay, what do you say we take the most basic kind of atheist, the kind of atheist that *I* grew up as, before I started noticing that people actually
straight-facedly argue for the existence of God. Specifically, that’s the kind of person who doesn’t even realize that people actually believe in gods. The kind of person who doesn’t even really comprehend that it’s being presented as a serious option. The kind of person who hasn’t even considered
whether it’s true or not, because they just live their life without the thought of a god ever crossing their mind. A person who doesn’t believe it exists because they have no belief about whether it exists or not, because the concept isn’t even in their head. According to you, that’s a belief system, So what are the beliefs that comprise that system? Because for the life of me, I can’t think of a single one. Yes, it is said that atheism is a lack of belief in gods or a God. Correct! If you lack the belief, even if you don’t realize that it’s a potential belief that you could have then you’re definitely not a “theist”, so you are a “non theist”, otherwise known as an a-theist. This is as basic as it gets. Now of course you can have different opinions related to your atheism. You can have various philosophical opinions that will shape your reasoning for why you don’t believe in a god. You may have various opinions that you can only hold without contradiction because you don’t believe in a god. You may believe that gods don’t exist,
or you may not. You may be glad that gods don’t exist, or you might wish they did, or you might have no opinion on it whatsoever. You might believe in the supernatural;
you might not. You might believe in souls;
you might not. Heaven?
You might not. Reincarnation?
Maybe not. You might be religious;
you might not. You can even think all atheists are idiots and that atheism is destroying Western civilization, and really really wish that everyone was religious, which is bizarre, but I’ve actually had atheists say that to me. Really, you can do pretty much anything, because as long as you don’t believe that at least one god exists, by definition, you’re an a-theist. Wow, it feel really surreal to be explaining this again. It’s been a long time, but apparently we’re still stuck explaining this basic shit about how words work. World’s a funny place. But when you look deeply into, uh, atheism, and when you speak to atheists, you begin to see that atheism isn’t just a lack of belief in gods, but there’s more to it. Uhh, no. By definition there’s nothing more to atheism than that. That’s it. Check that one check-box and
♫ta-daa♫ you’re an atheist. I think what you actually mean is that when you speak to atheists, or you listen to what they say, you find find that there’s more to “atheists”, as people, than that they don’t believe in God, which OBVIOUSLY is true.
We’re people. Nobody’s entire personality and world-view can be determined by their answer to one single binary question. Taking myself as the example, I have plenty of opinions about god, religion, philosophy, the nature of life, the universe and everything, just like anyone else. But if you tinkered around in my brain and you changed all those opinions; if you switched every single one of them to its complete opposite, and you even completely removed my opinion that no gods exist, and the only thing you left unchanged is that I’m not convinced there’s a god … then guess what? I’m still an atheist. I believe nothing that I currently believe and yet I’m still exactly as much of an atheist as I was before. So that being the case, I’m really not sure how you can possibly think that atheism qualifies as a belief system. You find that when you make comparisons between atheism and religion that there are certain similarities. Mmm, yeah, I guess that’s true;
they’re both descriptions of human … brain … thinggies. What’s the right word; it can’t be “opinions”, it can’t be “beliefs”, or “thoughts”, because religion is a set of opinions, beliefs, thoughts, but atheism isn’t actually those; it’s a *lack* of those, or I should say exactly one of those, so they’re just “things about the brain” … ? Here’s a brain that believes “this” and here’s a brain that doesn’t. What else is similar between atheism and religion? Well, they’re both words. They’re both English. They’re both kinda like middle-length … words. Yeah, I’m stuck. For example: in every religion, there are either gods or a God who is worshiped. Noo, for a start there are religions that have no concept of gods at all. I will agree with you that there are no modern major religions that are entirely godless in every sense of the word, in every sect of that religion. But there are less major religions like Raëlism which are completely godless, and within many of the major religions there are godless sects as well. Jainism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Confucianism, and other Eastern religions in particular. And in those religions, gods aren’t really what you would think of, as a Christian, when you think of a “god”. They’re often just spirits, or people who have been liberated form the cycle of rebirth, or other things that really wouldn’t qualify as a god by any Abrahamic concept of that term that we’re used to, especially when they’re not worshiped, which they’re often not. And that’s why, when I was trying to find a definition of “religion” to use way back near the beginning of my Kent Hovind series, What I ended up settling on was this checklist that I found where gods and supernatural beings are just one of the things that can characterize a religion. It’s meant to be as inclusive as possible with a really really broad sense of what constitutes a religion. Every item on that list is optional and the more of them that your belief system has, then the more religion-y it is, and atheism has none of them. and the atheist worships two kinds of gods. Uhh, no! By definition, no. If you worship any kind of god at all, you’re a theist, not an atheist. Look, I know this is _really_ complicated, but try to keep up, okay? For the atheist, the first thing that they worship is the “God of Self”. Ah, I see, so you don’t actually mean that we worship real, actual, literal gods. You mean we worship things you’ll metaphorically refer to as “gods”, or in other words, “NOT GODS”. “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” What, really? We’re actors? Who’s paying us? I don’t remember auditioning, am I doing alright? Man, I hope I don’t get a bad review. Where’s the audience? Are there cameras? Or are they invisible? Wait. Does the audience live on the moon? An invisible moon audience? Oh my god; can they see me all the time? Like, even in the bathroom? Oh man, I’m freaking out, man. Stop watching me, moon people! It’s none of your business what I do in there! Oh yeah, and I don’t worship myself; that’d just be weird. And secondly, the atheist worships the animals as gods. How did you find out about that? Great kitty overlord, I beg your forgiveness; I have forgotten to buy you treats this day! My sin is unforgivable, and I shall immediately clean your litter-box in repentance. Please spare me from your wrath of withholding your snuggles. In the mind of an atheist, the atheist at his core does not want to be morally or spiritually accountable to anyone … Dude, I’m morally accountable to a lot of people, and so is pretty much everyone if they don’t live on a desert island. I’m pretty sure society would fall apart if that wasn’t the case, so you’re just talking shit. But I’ve talked about that a lot before, (My response to Dennis Prager on morality is a decent place to get my view on that) But what I think is a lot more interesting here than moral accountability is this idea of “spiritual” accountability. Uh-what, exactly, does that mean? I am fascinated to find out what that is. You distinguish it from moral accountability as if it’s not the same thing, and judging your actions against some yard stick of what you should or shouldn’t do is “morality”, so “spiritual accountability” is something else that doesn’t have anything to do with whether you should or shouldn’t have done something that you did. So then, what is it? What could it possibly be? Thought crime? Maybe? You didn’t hold this or that opinion, and that’s bad? Okay, well, it’s not something you _did_, but it’s still a moral judgement being passed on your thoughts. It’s saying “In my opinion, your thoughts are morally wrong”, so I don’t think that’s it. I guess the answer lies in the answer to the question, “What is spirituality?” It’s basically just some wish-washy feely bullshit, right? So maybe it’s like, y’know, you die and God picks you up and looks at’cha, and he goes, “Uh-ahh, I dunno, maaaan, something just isn’t workin’ for me maaaan. I’m not pickin’ up those groovy spiritual vibes, man. Maybe if you’d smoked more weeeed, grown some dreds, maybe learned to play the sitar.” [sitar music] … especially to God. Sorry, I kinda lost the plot there. Especially what to God, again? The atheist at his core does not want to be morally or spiritually accountable to anyone, especially to God. Ah, right! Well yeah, given that morality is all about preventing harm to individuals in a society, there’s really not much use being morally accountable to someone that I can’t harm, and who isn’t part of any society. It really makes no sense. I might as well be morally accountable to the people who actually have to deal with me. Y’know? People who can be negatively impacted by the things I do, which God can’t. And you know, to people who actually exist;
that’s important to. I think you’ll agree that there’s no point to being held accountable for hurting a hypothetical person who probably doesn’t exist. And that’s actually what I think God is. Now I know this level of complexity in your thought is difficult, but try really hard to follow along here. If you say to yourself, “I don’t want to be morally and spiritually accountable to God, and I guess my way to achieve that is to not believe in him”, you’re not an atheist. Your starting point for that was that God exists, and you don’t want to do what he says, so you pretend not to believe. That’s not an atheist. That’s a theist. And it’s not just any theist, it’s a particularly stupid one, who actually believes in a being who knows everything he’ll ever think, and yet somehow he’s also managed to convince himself that he can fool that being by pretending he doesn’t believe what he believes it already knows he believes. How many people do you seriously think are that dumb? So, to recap — I’m morally accountable to all the other people in my society, just like everyone else is, whether they like it or not, and that is as it must be for societies to function, says the atheist, and there are a lot of atheists who think like I do, so you’re just wrong on that count, and whether or not I am or wish to be morally accountable to God is irrelevant, since I don’t think he exists. And “spiritually accountable” is a nonsense term that you should probably just stop using, which, to be fair, is the case with most terms that contain the word “spiritual”. An atheist would like to commit adultery, fornication, or any kind of sin, without the sense that there is a god who is not pleased with sin. Oh my god. Okay, where do I even start with this? I could probably make a whole video just about that. But, okay … You say we just want to sin without feeling like there’s a god who’s not pleased with us. That’s not a defining feature of atheists. And I mean by definition, not just from my knowledge of my motivations, and from my knowledge of what other atheists have told me their motivations are. Sure, some atheists hate the idea of a god that watches everything, and tut-tuts when we don’t conform to its exact wishes. Anti-theists, like me, who rightfully hate the idea of the totalitarian Big Brother watching over the entire universe, keeping precise track of every single action that even slightly annoys it, for future punishment, in the exact same way that we hate the idea of a government doing the same thing. It’s no different in principle. And it’s not just about not wanting to follow a particular set of rules, just because they serve no purpose in terms of making the average individual’s life less bad, which as far as I can tell is pretty much the only point of moral rules, and it’s certainly not about wanting to cheat on my wife or something stupid like that, because I’m just not interested, thank you very much for the implication. No. At the very root, it’s about the fact that I don’t believe this obsessively voyeuristic god even exists. Even though, if it does, it should have the power to convince me of its existence with literally no effort. So to get pissy at me for not following its rules when it’s the one and only person that[‘s at] any kind of fault for my lack of belief, and thus my lack of concern for its rules, is just stupid. Especially when its rules are so poorly communicated that Christians are constantly squabbling over what they even are. To say nothing of all the other theistic religions. And of course all of this is especially bad when you get hell involved, but you haven’t mentioned that, and I’m a bit burned out on that subject, so we’ll avoid that. But my point is — Not all atheists dislike the idea of God. Yeah, I know I took the scenic route to that point, but that was the point when I started. I’ve lost count of the number of atheists I’ve heard from who are sad that they lost their belief in God, who wish, very strongly, that they could still believe it, because they found it so comforting, who really wish there was a god, because they feel like the universe is meaningless without one, or because they feel bad that people who hurt others can get away with it without some supernatural punishment in the afterlife, or for numerous other reasons. And then here you come along, telling those people that no, they don’t think any of that. What they did was willfully stop believing in God just because they hate the idea of being monitored, and they really want to cheat on their spouses. You fucking dick! It’s the most obvious thing in the world to me that you haven’t bothered to listen to a great many atheists to find out what they actually think, and I think it would do you some good if you did. and so ultimately, the atheist exalts “self” above God. Um, no. How can I illustrate this. Think about a high score’s table from an old arcade game, okay? That’s me up near the top, “Log”, and on the bottom there is you, “LMG – Loud Music Guy”. And there are some other people on there too, but where is God? Point him out to me, please? You’re having some trouble there, aren’t’cha? So tell me, am I above God on this table? No. Am I below him on this table? No. Why?
Because he’s not on the table! I’m really not getting how something that simple and basic can be hard for anyone to grasp, especially about something that they’re speaking so authoritatively on in a video. But apparently you’re having a fuck of a time. Hey, listen pal. I’m more than willing, if you would like, to provide consultation for a small fee. At least that way you can avoid having the statements you make about the people your shit-talking be false be definition. That’s usually a good idea. And so, in the life of the atheist, the atheist IS the god. Yeah no, no. Obviously not, dude. I’m not a god, neither is anyone else.
Don’t be stupid. But obviously I can see the root cause of your fuckup here. You’ve been raised to think to God makes the rules, so you’ve come to think that the act of making rules is in and of itself a god-like action. As if individuals, organizations, governments, and other human based entities haven’t made rules since the dawn of fucking time. Which means it’s just as human of an act as anything else humans do. And speaking of which, it’s really fascinating to me that you consider the only two options here to be “The self makes all the rules, and is accountable to nobody else.” Or, “God makes all the rules and everybody is accountable only to it and not to each other.” As if you haven’t realized there are other possibilities. No. As if you haven’t realized there are other _people_. Do you live on a desert island? Were you raised by wolves? When you signed up for this website, did you not realize you were agreeing to follow a set of rules? Did you not realize those rules weren’t made up by God? Hmm? Now granted, Youtube’s rules are just as vague and open to interpretation as God’s rules, but that shouldn’t be a problem for you, right? I’ve often asked atheists, uhh, this question, as a test: “If you were given the evidence that you need as proof that God exists, then would you submit and worship God?” Well, assuming it’s the god of Christianity with all the wrath and infinite punishment for not worshiping him that comes along with that, then yeah, I guess if you actually managed to convince me he existed, then I would have to, yeah, wouldn’t I? Purely to save my own ass. But if you then asked me, “Would you like it if that’s how it was”, then my answer would be,
“FUCK NO!” I mean, sorry, I’m just not super happy about the idea of any one, no matter who they are, claiming total domination and ownership of me, and threatening me into doing their twisted will. It’s not real pleasant, but in that case, I’d have to do it. And very often, most atheists would refuse to worship God, even if given the evidence. I very much doubt that. The ones you asked might’ve said they would, but I doubt that it’s really the case, even so, that if they actually found themselves in that scenario they would be able to not do it. People want to think that they would have the will to oppose the iron fist of the evil dictator, but it’s not usually the case. Not when so much is on the line. If you actually convinced them, and you convinced them that worship was necessary to appease God’s blood-lust, then I think most of them would go through the motions of worshiping him as well as they could just out of sheer terror. That doesn’t mean we’d be ecstatic about it, but if it’s necessary to avoid the unimaginably disproportionate punishment for insufficient displays of adoration, and if it doesn’t hurt anyone else, well, so be it. It must be fuckin’ scary being a believer, by the way. I never tried it myself, but I can only imagine it’s constant tooth-gritting, pants-shitting fear. Or that is, if you take your beliefs seriously, but fortunately human psychology is nice and flexible, so subconsciously you probably don’t take it quite as seriously as you consciously think you do. And the fear element that should be there is toned down quite a bit, I would bet. So, atheism isn’t so much about the lack of belief in God or gods, but atheism is really the suppression of the existence of God. Is that so? Well, I find your reasoning interesting,
so let’s examine that. Your premise is that most atheists that you’ve personally asked say that they would not worship God if they were convinced of his existence. Okay, I believe you.
I accept that. Of course, since you’re talking about most atheists that “you’ve talked to” (probably a pretty small sample size) and certainly not “all” atheists, and you’re looking to redefine the very essence of what atheism is, as something completely different based on nothing but this, you’ve already failed. Basically what you’ve said is, of the people who don’t believe any gods exist, in other words, of the set of people who fully match the criteria for being atheists, some, but not all, would not worship a god if they were convinced of it. Okay, well, the fact that there are various subsets within a set doesn’t change the definition of the set, sooo that means nothing. Atheism remains a lack of belief in a god, and nothing more, and your argument falls flat on its face. It’s like if I were to say, “Most, but not all Christians I’ve asked believe Baptism is necessary, and therefore all Christians believe God doesn’t exist.” Like, how did you even get to that conclusion? But I’m getting ahead of myself, so based on that single premise, you’ve jumped to the conclusion that therefore atheism is *not* a lack of belief in a god, but a willful suppression of the truth of God’s existence. Gotta say, I find that a little bit confusing. Let’s get the basics out of the way for starters:
Atheism is a word. That word has a definition which is the lack of belief in any gods, and no syllogism is going to change the fact that that’s how people have defined that word. So regardless of any one’s opinion of the character of your god, atheism is still the lack of belief. But I guess what you really mean when you say that atheism is the willful suppression of the truth, is that people call themselves “atheist”, but they’re not really atheists, and atheists don’t even exist, because every atheist on the planet is a secret believer, who’s just pretending God doesn’t exist, because somehow we think if we pretend Big Brother doesn’t exist, then they can’t see us breaking the rules through the telescreen? Pretty fuckin’ asinine, you ask me, but okay, if that’s what you really think, I guess you’re entitled to. So, since you think atheists don’t really exist, there’s a word that refers to nothing that’s just hanging around. The word “atheist” doesn’t refer to anyone who actually exists, so it’s kinda useless, right? And so for convenience’s sake, you’ve chosen to just redefine that as “suppression of the truth of God’s existence”, and apply it to every one who’s currently called an atheist. I can see why you would do that. If you have two sets that contain just the exact same people, and you say that one of them doesn’t even exist, you might as well just take the label from the one that’s well known, and apply it to the other one. Seem kinda sensible. A bit confusing, but efficient. But the way that you’ve reached the conclusion, that that’s what atheists are actually doing is the really amazing part of all of this, because your assertion is, Atheists wouldn’t want to worship YOUR god, if he existed, therefore atheists wouldn’t want to worship any god if it existed, which is already a stretch, by the way, considering that maybe there are plenty of other gods they would actually worship if they were convinced that they exist — you know, gods that aren’t quite as completely shitty as yours. And therefore (now get ready for the biiig leap), atheists believe your god exists, and they’re just pretending they don’t. You broke my brain, dude. So the short version is: If you claim not the believe that something exists, and you wouldn’t want to perform religious rituals and constantly express your adoration for that thing if it did exist, then you believe in that thing. Yeah, brilliant. If you claim to think that Dark Lord Sauron is fictional, but you also wouldn’t want to worship him if he was real, then you must believe Sauron exists, and you’re just suppressing the truth of the Dark Lord. WOW, Loud Music Guy. With this new magic trick of logic, I bet I could make you believe just about anything, couldn’t I? Let’s see here. If you say you don’t believe I have a 16 inch cock, and you also wouldn’t want to worship it if I did, then you secretly believe I have a 16 inch dick. Well, thank you for the compliment. But then again, we both know *you’d* want to worship that moose-cock. As a matter of fact, in part 2, we’ll even prove it using your own reasoning, so maybe you really don’t believe I have 16 inches.
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Jean Kelley

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100 COMMENTS

  1. anik monette Posted on November 24, 2017 at 10:04 pm

    16 inch cock… Looks painful but with some lube we can make it work! Wink wink

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  2. Die, Master Monkey Posted on November 30, 2017 at 12:01 am

    Amusingly, it's most theists who live as if they don't really believe their position. If they truly believed, they'd be out of their minds with fear of mis-reading or displeasing their god. The ones that do really live as such, we call "psychopaths" – because it is psychotic. Atheists live exactly as if they don't believe, making their own decisions and leading their lives, which is basically what most so-called religious people do as well.

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  3. Penta Purry Posted on December 7, 2017 at 4:32 am

    Atheist confirmed furries

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  4. LegioDecemGJCAESAR Posted on December 8, 2017 at 1:15 am

    We live in a society that people think our government wouldn't kill its own citizen's because their too ignorant of our history like for example COINTEL PRO, or who think the CIA wouldnt sell drugs to American's because Congress cut their funding for destabilization of South America and other nations so to fund it they teamed up with Noreaga AND THE INFORMATION IS IN THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES FFS…. So yea this is expected…. I mean John F Kennedy got offered a plan to go to war with Cuba, and the plan was to KILL AMERICAN CITIZEN'S AND BLAME IT ON CUBAN TERRORIST. FFS. They even had the plan to crash a plane into a building !! Go figure it would happen 50 years later with more distortions then a one eyed mostly blind albino looking into a old blurry looking glass with only one glass….

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  5. Eltrio2 Posted on December 16, 2017 at 2:44 am

    6:53) Anyone else expect a Creationist cat cameo? Eh, I guess it would have been too obvious.

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  6. LegionAdell Posted on December 17, 2017 at 7:16 pm

    I honestly just don't understand why the concept of atheism is so difficult for some theist to wrap their heads around? It's not its own damn religion!

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  7. Jason Mckay Posted on December 27, 2017 at 11:04 pm

    Is say atheist and theist both have an opinion on god. I'm not really an atheist because I have no such opinion. Though I am gaining one.

    I think if it doesn't matter to you, then you aren't an atheist anymore than you are a theist. You are simply not participating in the conversation.

    On the subject of god an atheist is the opposite of a theist, kinda like a democrat is the opposite of a Republican. I'm also neither because I don't care enough to vote usually and tend to be easily swayed by promises that benefit me from either side.

    So yeah I would say atheist and theist both share an opinion on the existence of a god, even though they don't agree; the same way republicans and democrats share an opinion on politics even though they don't agree. If you simply don't have an opinion you are neither.

    I really don't care either way and lack the information to make an opinion on god, so I don't think I could be either atheist or theist. But again I am heading towards atheist as the gods of the religions I've seen are all contradictions, the only god I could believe in would be some distant completely uncaring entity that was more or less running a science experiment.

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  8. Zakethekid Posted on December 29, 2017 at 3:03 am

    As a former fundamentalist Christian, the tooth-gritting, pants-shittingly, horrible fear is a major part of your every evening. That is until you stop thinking about it.

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  9. LamiNalchor Posted on December 29, 2017 at 12:22 pm

    Buddhism and Daoism have no concept of god whatsoever. Both are regarded as part the 6 major religions.

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  10. Gaige Paragon Posted on December 30, 2017 at 3:02 am

    As a former Baptist, yeah, it was fear.
    I constantly prayed for forgiveness. I feared good and I feared hell.
    When I grew up into an Atheist/agnostic, I wasn't angry like many, I was relieved.

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  11. Amit Singh Posted on January 4, 2018 at 1:33 pm

    6:53 I'm recording this

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  12. Ferry B Posted on January 9, 2018 at 10:15 am

    Venn diagram… always good!

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  13. The Great Owl Posted on January 12, 2018 at 2:41 am

    Mmmm… Sacrificial stew…

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  14. David Yeakle Posted on January 16, 2018 at 7:49 am

    Wait, other atheists don't worship themselves?! It's just me?!

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  15. Melvin Anindo Posted on January 31, 2018 at 4:24 pm

    0.30😂😂😂

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  16. Stuyan T Posted on February 2, 2018 at 3:26 pm

    Logicked
    I'm totally triggered. I identity as a god and would ,like, appreciate you not asuming my mortality or lack of… OH GOD i sound like a feminist!

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  17. RJ Drakon Posted on February 4, 2018 at 8:32 pm

    ok, this title sounds interesting…

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  18. That Nerdy Gay Werewolf Posted on February 14, 2018 at 12:16 am

    If I thought of myself as a god, then I wouldn't have my social awkwardness and insecurity complex, would I? Also, I'd be in a relationship by now.

    Actually, this might explain my power to make people forget I exist!

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  19. Satan King Of Hell Posted on March 24, 2018 at 6:04 am

    i have never felt comfortable in churches even when i was a kid.

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  20. Satan King Of Hell Posted on March 24, 2018 at 6:15 am

    is he saying atheists are ancient Egyptians?!?

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  21. Weston Posted on March 24, 2018 at 4:22 pm

    Logicked you fool 13:20 Kek is God.

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  22. waffledude111111 Posted on March 27, 2018 at 9:46 pm

    This guy is missing and not understand one very fundamental concept: we Atheists do not believe in ANY gods or concepts of a god or any hierarchy of god. He is too constrained in his view that everything is governed by a god.

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  23. Cherish Shouldiers Posted on April 2, 2018 at 9:53 am

    Atheism is not a religion, but one can be religious about atheism, by definition.
    Religious simply means "some thing you hold of great importance" be it abstract ideas or objects.
    If atheism was a religion, it would mean that people just change the definition away from theism AND L Satanism(being a belief in an outside Omni being for theists and a belief that we are gods ourselves for Satanists that arent actual theists) to meaning that "we and everything that exists and doesnt exist are God, as God is the summation of everything". That's still atheism, its just using the pretty poetic thinking that theists use.
    I like that though. Why don't we just change the definition of God to mean the summation of everything?

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  24. Cherish Shouldiers Posted on April 2, 2018 at 10:15 am

    I worship Marvel.

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  25. Emerald kat Posted on April 7, 2018 at 8:43 am

    I consider myself an atheist and I also consider myself a Taoist. Whether you'd say I believe in god by definition is rather different though. As it's more of a pantheism belief, not a belief in an actual being somewhere tangible who can do stuff. It's more the idea that all life is interconnected (you know, the whole circle of life thing).

    I consider it still atheism as we aren't talking about an entity here, but all life as the only real god (but only in the sense that we all have control of ourselves and partake of other life to live on). Maybe for some that's theism, but it certainly isn't in the sense of the word as I know it.

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  26. the walkin dude Posted on April 11, 2018 at 8:33 pm

    he's absolutely right. I love to fornicate with heathen women and I worship a foul-mouthed cartoon squirrel. So I guess I'm not an atheist anymore. Sweet

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  27. TheCodeWarrior Posted on April 21, 2018 at 3:40 pm

    I think the reason he says atheists consider themselves a god is not that they consider themselves godlike. To a Christian a god is anything more important to you than god. So for example, they talk about people making money their god because they value wealth more than god. In the same way we consider ourselves god because we value ourselves more than god.

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  28. adrienfourniercom Posted on April 25, 2018 at 8:28 pm

    @ Logicked, You are wrong about a point
    – if an atheist is convinced that god exists, would he worship it?
    – No.
    – why?
    – Because, as soon as he believes god exists, he's no longer an atheist, so no. It's ontologically impossible.

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  29. Random Chiroptera Posted on May 2, 2018 at 3:55 am

    If this guy talked to "actual atheists", they were trolling this guy with a bunch of bullshit just to mindfuck him.

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  30. Josiah Hanson Posted on May 3, 2018 at 4:41 am

    🐈>🧞‍♂️

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  31. Dude From Nowhere Posted on May 22, 2018 at 3:59 am

    Logicked is a Theist! He believes in English!

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  32. Foolish Demon Posted on June 13, 2018 at 7:34 pm

    Why don't they get it? I've been an atheist for 6 years, and it's still the misunderstanding of atheism that is constant.

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  33. Cellidor Posted on June 30, 2018 at 7:38 pm

    I like how he not only assumes that there's a god, but that that god has, coincidentally enough, the exact same personal moral compass that he does. Isn't that just so…. convenient.

    Let's say there were a god. Who says this god doesn't love adultery? Maybe this god loves murder or rape or theft? How would you know one way or another? For all we know there's a god who just loves war, and every minute we're at peace with other people is spiting this all-powerful being.

    Ahh, right, of course, some people wrote a book thousands of years ago and that's how you know, and you know the people who wrote those books thousands of years ago are trustworthy on that account because…reasons. Right.

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  34. Chris Horsfield Posted on July 4, 2018 at 3:39 pm

    Your Kitty Overlord made me laugh 😆

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  35. ObeyBunny Posted on July 13, 2018 at 6:01 am

    16:43 "It must be scary being a believer." It was. At age 8, I figured out that god was this sadistic kid taking great pleasure focusing his magnifying glass at us ants. Briefly, I thought that the Old Testament was God's 'moody teenaged phase' and he grew out of it sometime around the New Testament, but no. My teachers told me that Hell was still operational into the modern day, and that God is well aware that a damned soul is in pain and has a desire to repent.

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  36. miss misanthropist Posted on August 14, 2018 at 5:52 am

    for the 179th time,

    ATHIESM IS THE LACK OF ANY RELIGIOUS IDEOLOGY, IT IS NOT A RELIGION ITSELF

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  37. Joshua Gahan Posted on August 17, 2018 at 5:04 am

    Christopher Hitchens:

    Owners of dogs will have noticed that, if you provide them with food and water and shelter and affection, they will think you are god. Whereas owners of cats are compelled to realize that, if you provide them with food and water and shelter and affection, they draw the conclusion that they are god.

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  38. haKurei kura Posted on August 21, 2018 at 6:27 am

    atheism is a belief system…….. like abstinence is a sex position (gotta love bill maher)
    or not collecting stamps is a hobby(yeah, the non stamp collector guy)
    yeah, religious people are normal when you talk about normal things, but they are retarded when talking about religion. they seem to just stop thinking and just start spouting bullshit…

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  39. Call of The Wild Posted on August 31, 2018 at 5:49 am

    That music sounds extremely familiar. It's not the same, but close enough…

    https://youtu.be/ggWyUEuGcWY

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  40. Mr. 2Thumbs Posted on September 5, 2018 at 10:26 am

    Atheism is a religion like abstinence is a sexual position.

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  41. Chris Parra Posted on September 11, 2018 at 5:55 am

    "I'm burned out talking about Hell" was that a pun?

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  42. coolbanana165 Posted on September 14, 2018 at 9:48 pm

    I'd say a religion is the belief in something transcendent (often supernatural and sacred). Eg: Gods, or karma. If there's no transcendent power, I'm not sure how it's different from a non-religious worldview or philosophy.

    A fictional god I considered worthy was Etro, from Final Fantasy 13. Giving her blood and holding back the Chaos, until she actually died without resurrection.

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  43. Salted Coconut Posted on September 24, 2018 at 2:26 am

    Atheist's personality ARE animals…

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  44. Zachariah M. Kemper Posted on October 4, 2018 at 4:20 pm

    I would
    I know cause I've been locked up in a dark room and beaten by my neo-nazi father for years before I left and I always rebelled against assholes I don't like
    I'm very hard headed

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  45. n0etic Fox Posted on October 6, 2018 at 1:44 am

    I often have these on as background music while I read or play vidia 10:33 is a good reason why Logicked is my favorite. No, I do not want to commit adultery I hate people that cheat as it is emotionally abusive, it is the main reason despite being 32 and by no means a virgin have I ever had a true boyfriend (I am gay BTW) I have never had that emotional bond that would prevent me from at least flirting and possibly cheating, I can't break a promise I never make.

    I would never sleep with a person who would be mad if I was not in an exclusive relationship I cannot break the trust of a person that I like let alone a being I worshiped. I do not want to let down my equals and you think I want to let down something I admire infinitely? That is fucking idiotic.

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  46. River Styx Armory Posted on October 12, 2018 at 1:25 pm

    I mean, the Egyptians worshiped cats, sorta, but they weren't athiests. Hindus worship hamburgers, but they aren't athiests.

    I'm starting to feel like that guy enjoys Jordan Peterson.
    -if you just change the definition of athiest, god, worship, and religion, then yeah, everyone is religions and athiests don't exist.

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  47. Enzo Nazzaro Posted on October 13, 2018 at 4:53 pm

    Honestly I would obey my bird if he withheld his affection if I did not.(love the little guy)

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  48. Nicholas Nace Posted on October 16, 2018 at 4:15 pm

    Where do you find such a sad kitty man?

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  49. RubixGamer Posted on November 1, 2018 at 7:44 pm

    This has to be Logicked most honest video.

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  50. Magrat Knoblauch Posted on November 6, 2018 at 6:55 pm

    Well… I do worship my cats with kisses and cuddles and food every day. So I guess… he has a point 😄🐱
    PS: also, your cat looked clearly pissed. I hope (s)he didn't give you a taste of their claws 😀

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  51. Curtis Amsler Posted on November 11, 2018 at 8:08 am

    I used to mourne and regret losing my belief in God, so people like Loud-Music-Guy actually make me viscerally angry. There are unfortunately so many people like them, who don't even consider why other people disbelieve. When you ask them "have you ever talked to someone who doesn't believe and Maybe ask then why?" Mostlike him would say "why would I ever do that?"

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  52. Professor Flick Mcslippers Posted on December 6, 2018 at 1:26 am

    Fuck that, if yahweh was real id take my chances with satan.

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  53. Stephen Clementson Posted on December 6, 2018 at 9:51 pm

    It’s that good old theistic switcheroo.  Theists presume that their ‘belief’ is indistinguishable from ‘fact’, by switching the meaning of ‘belief’.  Therefore, anyone who denies their ‘belief’ is denying their ‘fact’.  They probably cannot comprehend the notion of ‘belief’ not equating to ‘fact’.

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  54. mike ghost Posted on December 7, 2018 at 4:15 am

    We worship animals, theist sacrifice em

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  55. gabi Stef Posted on January 6, 2019 at 1:25 pm

    Sacrificial point of stew? 😂

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  56. WisdomVendor1 Posted on January 25, 2019 at 9:19 pm

    A cat withholding snuggles is some serious wrath !

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  57. James Mer Posted on January 26, 2019 at 8:32 pm

    IF given the evidence that a thing exists would you be willing to believe it exists. Errrr, if you KNOW it exist's you can't believe it doesn't try to see a object in your hand now put the object down behind you and try to make yourself refuse it's existence. bad news for you it is always going to be there and you will know it.

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  58. Skywise Posted on January 27, 2019 at 6:53 am

    The Moon People tell me you dont wear pants when you film. Vital info!

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  59. [Cloutmaster] Phluphyy Posted on February 14, 2019 at 11:40 am

    I like trolling Christians

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  60. Emily Barclay Posted on February 18, 2019 at 1:43 pm

    It shows an incredible amount of indoctrination when theists literally cannot wrap their brains around the concept of NOT worshipping anything and therefore assume the atheists must worship something. Kinda sad

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  61. howdy ho! Posted on February 21, 2019 at 5:21 am

    Why do atheist always say the existence of God is not a part of their thought process but then non-stop talk about God 24/7 then can't figure out why everybody thinks they're full of shit

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  62. why are we always yelling Posted on February 27, 2019 at 10:25 pm

    You scare me when I do acid

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  63. hyenacub Posted on March 4, 2019 at 9:31 am

    Your cat is gorgeous.

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  64. Corissa White Posted on March 12, 2019 at 2:38 am

    Kitteh!!!!

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  65. RedEyedXaXa Posted on March 12, 2019 at 7:17 am

    Laughed way too hard at "sacrificial pint of stew"

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  66. Kathryne Scott Posted on March 13, 2019 at 11:20 am

    Oh my goodness Logiced your cat is so cute, can I too worship your kitty over Lord? 😂😻

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  67. igotproblemsman Posted on March 22, 2019 at 1:49 am

    Now I really have a hankerin for a sacrificial pot of stew

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  68. EdwardHowton Posted on March 27, 2019 at 2:57 am

    I love the 'atheists don't have morality' rabbit trail theists like to stumble and fail into. It doesn't work out well for them.
    "Why don't atheists go around murdering and raping?"
    Because we'd rather live in a society that functions.
    "Why do atheists want a society that functions?"
    Because we're not psychopaths and we'd rather avoid having to dodge murderous fuckwits like theists love to brag they are (but God stops them of course).
    "Why is that a good thing? CHECKMA-"
    BECAUSE EVOLUTION. Seriously. We evolved as a social species. If these traits weren't important to us in a built-in fashion derived entirely from survival successes, we'd all be fucking dead and this theist-wrecking wouldn't be happening. It's the piranhas all over again. If piranhas all ate each other, there wouldn't be any fucking murderfish left. There's your society right there, BECAUSE EVOLUTION.

    I "love" it because I hate it because it's so fucking asinine of them to try to bring this shit up. It fails at every level when they attempt to dredge it, and human history itself speaks against the murder-happy fuckers. Religion is directly responsible for more wars than it is for anything positive, and it's not exactly a close race. The existence of a society makes perfect sense according to evolution. Left unchecked, religion results in a smoking crater full of human remains. Literally and figuratively.

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  69. kram sdrawde Posted on April 3, 2019 at 4:03 pm

    DUDE ONLY COWARDS AND FUGITIVES WEAR MASK…….IGNORANCE IS NO EXCUSE ..!!!!! MAYBE YOU ARE ASHAMED , CAN'T
    BLAME YOU the fool has said in his heart their is no god….very small percentage of atheist are neutral….most hate god once
    their thin exterior feelings are stripped away….be ashamed and wear your mask foolish coward !!!

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  70. 1st Corinthians 15:1-4 Posted on April 4, 2019 at 3:04 pm

    I dont even know how to respond to this channel
    What is your purpose?
    People just ASK GOD to reveal himself to you and he will.
    Dont let ANYONE tell you ANYTHING especially a man who hides behind a mask.

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  71. 1st Corinthians 15:1-4 Posted on April 4, 2019 at 3:12 pm

    Please know that something HUGE is about to happen and its quite alright if you trash me or send me awful messages
    GOD is about to show you he exists and it is not to punish but to save.
    There is a darkness coming and in this darkness will be PURE evil
    Stay inside, lock your doors and do not let a soul in because NOTHING "human" could survive in this
    This would be a good time for you to believe in JESUS and yes he exists.
    I was on the fence myself but I actually sought out our CREATOR and he definitely ANSWERED
    I will pray at least this message doesn't get deleted and also pray that regardless of anyone's doubts or disbelief right now that when the time comes you will know what to do
    I will take the backlash because I really do care about ALL people.
    GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILIES

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  72. Lee DeCoske Posted on April 15, 2019 at 4:11 pm

    The Greeks originated the word atheist (atheos technically in greek) for those that don't believe in gods. Ironically "christians" were labeled this as they worshipped a "man-god" and not the plethora of actual gods of the time.

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  73. Lee DeCoske Posted on April 15, 2019 at 4:18 pm

    #originalAtheistsAreChristians

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  74. Rob DuMond Posted on April 24, 2019 at 7:48 am

    I'd worship my ferrets, because they're much cooler than god.

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  75. David Sanders Posted on May 9, 2019 at 12:28 pm

    What i have learned from months of watching Logicked's videos;

    1.) I've developed a thing for Canadians in masks. (Your up there with ryan reynolds)

    2.) He's half reptoid

    3.) He's half demon

    4.) He's half human

    5.) He has a 16" cock.

    6.) He is capable of appearing on screen as an attractive woman.

    Edit: should i have listed this as 6 B's? No no, that's the other guy, nevermind.

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  76. George Smith Posted on May 15, 2019 at 11:49 am

    "I've asked many atheist this question"…translation…"this is what I have to assume they think/do so I can continue to think my beliefs are superior".

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  77. SeraphinaAizen1 Posted on May 17, 2019 at 10:13 pm

    I'm willing to believe that you have a sixteen inch cock. I'll take that claim as face value.

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  78. Michael Burton Posted on June 16, 2019 at 8:10 am

    Just flip it. Tell him theists really know there's no god and just want to have a way to absolve themselves of responsibility for anything they do. You know. Because there's no way they can actually believe that crap. Funny how much guys like this get all pissy when you suggest such a thing.

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  79. SuckMy SpinningBalls Posted on June 28, 2019 at 2:22 am

    Awesome are also. Exist animals they.

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  80. SuckMy SpinningBalls Posted on June 28, 2019 at 2:24 am

    He's hidden his likes and dislikes. He's also turned off comments. This fool never had an argument.

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  81. jonnine Posted on July 8, 2019 at 1:36 pm

    Logicked does masterclass of pussy grabbing, at ~7:00 minutes. Bravo.

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  82. JennOscura Posted on July 9, 2019 at 2:18 am

    I am a religious atheist. I am a member of The Satanic Temple. We don't believe in any gods or anything supernatural. To us Satan is just a fictional character. As I like to put it. "Every religion is based on fictional characters. But the The Satanic Temple is honest about it"

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  83. JennOscura Posted on July 9, 2019 at 2:52 am

    Whether I would worship god would depend on the consequences. If there were no consequences to worshiping god, I probably wouldn't. If the consequence were hellfire, hell yes I would worship.

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  84. Jay Maverick Posted on July 18, 2019 at 1:56 pm

    Oh you're an atheist? I define atheist as theist. Therefore you are a theist. Checkmate, atheists.

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  85. Jonathan Hughes Posted on August 5, 2019 at 4:57 am

    Logicked: You see the Fallen Lucifer in Islam. That being is against God. Can't you use reasoning? Lucifer is not against no one. Lucifer who is Satan his against God who set the stars in the universe. That is not making the universe to look like it looks.

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  86. Jonathan Hughes Posted on August 5, 2019 at 5:17 am

    Logicked: You see the Fallen Lucifer in Islam. That being is against God. Can't you use reasoning? Lucifer is not against no one. Lucifer who is Satan his against God who set the stars in the universe. That is not making the universe to look like it looks. How a person is will show who has God in them or not. They will consider how they are not condeming another human being. A Christian will not bother a person when they see a person relieving dog who humped his leg in the shade of redwood trees next to a sidewalk. That will be graphic to a fake Christian trying to act righteous. Your are thinking shallowly Logicked. A name means nothing. It is how the person talks, and how the person is. You don't know how to test the spirit. Why don't you look up religon in the Bible. You will find the truth there. James 1:26“If any man among you seem to be religious, and bridleth not his tongue, but deceiveth his own heart, this man's religion is vain.”

    King James Version (KJV) James 1:27, KJV: "Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world.".

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  87. Nicola Redmond Posted on August 14, 2019 at 12:06 am

    Awwwwww. Kitty

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  88. R. Leyva Posted on August 14, 2019 at 6:06 am

    I worship my cat, she's the boss of the house.

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  89. Joe Perry Posted on August 31, 2019 at 5:56 am

    I Heard from Matt that he want's you to be on an AXP with him…

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  90. Joe Perry Posted on August 31, 2019 at 6:05 am

    if the god of tits and wine existed i might consider worshiping it

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  91. Sinthia Vicious Posted on September 1, 2019 at 2:20 pm

    Religion and theism are not the same thing. Religion comes with community, rituals, traditions and such.

    Theism is belief in God. I think retaining the shortest, sweetest, cleanest answer here is ideal here.

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  92. azsli2 Posted on September 8, 2019 at 6:03 pm

    We are your audience. Yes we watch you and in a way you did audition cause most of us watch a few videos before subbing. As for the bathroom. Pretty sure we haven't seen you there.

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  93. azsli2 Posted on September 8, 2019 at 6:12 pm

    The jewish/Christian God is either false or a dick.

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  94. medexamtoolsdotcom Posted on September 18, 2019 at 6:02 pm

    Wow. You described me in the first minute. That's how I thought of it until I was 12 or 13. Then I discovered all the other kids in my class were absolutely insane. Considering it seriously never crossed my mind. Believing it was real, would be like believing Cinderella or Rumpelstiltskin were true stories. For some crazy reason I assumed that listening to a story like that and understanding implicitly at the end that it was a fairy tale and none of it actually happened, was a common ability.

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  95. alan doak Posted on September 19, 2019 at 4:19 pm

    Glory be to Logicked's moosecock! All kneel before the alter, with tongue extended, to receive the bountiful sacrament!

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  96. Mark Von Ahnen Posted on September 26, 2019 at 6:23 am

    6:18 Ironically, that is technically true with the Logicked storyline. That's fucking meta as fuck, dude!!!

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  97. chraven69 Posted on September 29, 2019 at 4:20 am

    Awsome he belives in me even tho he dont know i exist. Prase me lol

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  98. Hans Hanzo Posted on October 7, 2019 at 6:38 pm

    Praise the kitty.

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  99. Jason Bladzinski Posted on October 15, 2019 at 5:29 pm

    Great kitty overlord! I love it. Cute cat.

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  100. Sarcipious A Posted on November 20, 2019 at 12:17 am

    That was a pretty awesome cat.

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