At 12/30/12 08:32 PM, Scary wrote:
There isn't a need to stamp your political or religious (or absence thereof) beliefs on your car. Or shoes.
There isn't a need to do a whole shitload of things. I could spend a few hours typing up a list of all the incredibly unnecessary things people do, but I wont. There isn't a need for it, but people do it because they want to. Get your shit over it.
And god forbid if you were a shirt with an atheist / christian slogan on it, i'd vomit on the spot.
You're coming off as a closed minded wad who has a high moral rightness, and thinks lowly of anyone who doesn't agree with you.
You shouldn't be a visual advertisement for your beliefs.
And who the fuck are you to decide that?
It is preachy and often needlessly confrontational.
Some issues with confrontation too, I see.
Anybody who can be arsed to buy one of those garish little atheist trinkets probably has a cum stained copy of The God Delusion in their back pocket they'll whip out at the first hint of Christianity.
Still with that attitude of yours.
The religious shouldn't cram their beliefs down our throats by walking around with essentially billboards on their shirts or cars, and neither should the anti-religious.
WHO THE FUCK ARE YOU TO DECIDE THAT?
Again, nothing anyone does has to be for the entertainment of other people.That is true, but other people don't want to be near assholes either.
Wearing a shirt that sais your an athiest doesn't make you an asshole. You're just a high-standard cunt who thinks such.
By the way, I also hate things like this. I can't stand it when someone wears something like this. But I at least acknowledge that it doesn't make them an asshole.