10 thoughts on “Beware of Goats Bearing Coffee

  1. But… you’re not grumpy, bitter or sad, so I guess it’s one of those “generalized statements” that certainly doesn’t apply to “all” of the group. Much like “All Christians are good people”. I’ve learned that doesn’t always apply either.


  2. This is living proof that every moron in the world has a right to petition the court–and tie it up with foolishness.

    Have you heard about this case? Great answer from the judge!

    In Florida , an atheist became incensed over the preparation of Easter and Passover holidays. He decided to contact his lawyer about the discrimination inflicted on atheists by the constant celebrations afforded to Christians and Jews with all their holidays while atheists had no holiday to celebrate.

    The case was brought before a judge. After listening to the long passionate presentation by the lawyer, the Judge banged his gavel and declared, ‘Case dismissed!’

    The lawyer immediately stood and objected to the ruling and said, ‘Your honor, how can you possibly dismiss this case? The Christians have Christmas, Easter and many other observances. Jews have Passover, Yom Kippur and Hanukkah…yet my client and all other atheists have no such holiday!’

    The judge leaned forward in his chair and simply said, ‘Obviously your client is too confused to even know about, much less celebrate his own atheists’ holiday!’

    The lawyer pompously said, ‘Your Honor, we are unaware of any such holiday for atheists. Just when might that holiday be, your Honor?’

    The judge said, ‘Well it comes every year on exactly the same date—April 1st! Since our calendar sets April 1st as ‘April Fools Day,’ consider that Psalm 14:1 states, ‘The fool says in his heart, there is no God.’ Thus, in my opinion, if your client says there is no God, then by scripture, he is a fool, and April 1st is his holiday! Now have a good day and get out of my courtroom!!

    Way to go, Judge!


  3. Well, the “anonymous commenter” is back again (I’m assuming it’s the same guy). And yet again he provides us with commentary that isn’t really as original as the post would lead you to believe. Further, the so-called trial he cites is complete fiction. There’s no evidence it ever happened.

    Is plagiarism a Christian value? How about spreading unfounded rumors? I think this guy slept through a few too many Sunday School classes.

  4. Why do I care if it is original or even happened? The fact you took the time to research it makes me ROFLMAO! You really are quite obsessed with this, aren’t you?

  5. If you’re obsessed, what is he/she? They keep coming back for more. Not to mention a good Christian wouldn’t use ROFLMAO either. What I find funnier is that no matter what he/she says, it’s still always annonymous. If his/her beliefs are that strong, why not stand up and admit who you are and have real dialog. Mud slingling apparently isn’t just for politicians, but at least we know who they are when they are trying to make a point. Kim

  6. Kimmy

    What makes you think I am a “good Christian”? Fact is, the little caricature of the atheist as a “grumpy old billy goat” makes me chuckle. I, like most people, tend to look at such nonsense and move on knowing that those who would put together such drivel are as ignorant as the day is long.

    Of course then we get blog boy here who whines “victim” incessantly about such blather like a small child that has been spanked once too often. The exercise leaves me with the thought, “Who is the bigger moron here? The Jesus freak moron or the assumedly well educated moron who writes about some people’s belief in a God like it is a mental disorder?”

    Some advice blog boy … for goodness sake(To be polite and not offend I did not say “for God’s sake”) … let it friggin go. Unless of course you get off on this sort of meaningless, mindless discourse. You seem intelligent – isn’t there something better you could spend your time on than exploiring your own victimhood because you cannot believe in God? Or is this just some pleasure you get in pissing in everyone else’s cheerios as you desperately try to prove you are right?



  7. Wow, I have a specific reply just for me. I feel honored. And, you’re not even anonymous any longer. What you are is a bit wrong in your assessment though. I won’t defend the intelligent man you are trying to slam, because I don’t need to. I will say though that his entries are not what you make them out to be. He doesn’t at all consider himself a victim for being an atheist. In fact, I, as a Christian, have had many great conversations around Christian beliefs and religion with him than I’ve been able to have with those that call themselves Christians, and then go around slamming others for fun. You’re right, I shouldn’t have called you a “good Christian”… for that I apologize.

    So, go along and continue having your fun, and I’ll save my conversation for those that I can have dialog with instead of those that wish to condemn just for the fun of it. He has never slammed real christians, as much as you should never slam those that are not like you. WWJD…

  8. Kimmy:

    Perhaps you should do some more reading of blog boy’s nonsensical ramblings before posting more commentary. Blog Boy is most certainly in a glass house and you, sweetheart, are right there next to him. Open your eyes – you are criticizing me for what blog boy does every single day.

    But perhaps you are right … I shouldn’t be bringing myself down to blog boy’s level – but it sure beats working (blog boy and you know about that too don’t you?). Watch out – if we can dump the Olympics we can dump you too.

    YMF, Roy

  9. Well Roy, it would seem your only objective is antagonism. To your earlier point, I have better things to do.

  10. Yes you do blog boy! There must be someone comfortable with their belief in God that you need to criticize somewhere. Wow, this is a real Kodak moment don’t you think?

    YMF, Roy

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