Random Thoughts: Isolationism, Unarmed People, and Dawkins

American presidents are at their Americaniest when confronting evil.

The U.S. is really isolationist until we decide there are bastards in need of killin’, which is constantly.

If you want America to be less involved, the rest of the world needs to stop being a bunch of bastards we need to kill.

I still don’t understand the ice bucket thing.

People with guns, stop shooting unarmed people. Unarmed people, stop trying to beat up people with guns.

One day scientists need to determine how we can explain to a dog that a doorbell renders their barking completely unnecessary.

A completely logical universe would be absolute nothingness. Instead we got this weirdness.

Instead of shooting to kill, why don’t cops just roundhouse kick people like Walker Texas Ranger?

A good example of a purely logical being would be a computer not running any programs.

So the idea behind Richard Dawkins is that it’s very appealing to hear about how flawed religion is from a complete sociopath?

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  1. “A completely logical universe would be absolute nothingness. Instead we got this weirdness.”

    Or a perfect structure with zero entropy and no flow of information.

    But the big question is: does God have entropy? Because if he doesn’t, then he’s probably not here – in this Universe.


  2. They’ve actually managed to make the underwear trolls look like little Spocks by comparison:

    Step 1: You dowse yourself in ice for a cause that someone or some campaign said you should do it for.
    Step 2: ???
    Step 3: ???

    The video component of it is just a free wet t-shirt contest or ego-pro.


  3. Roundhouse kicking someone who is 6’4″, 300 lbs. (or trying to) may not be the way to go. Just sayin’.


  4. The ice bucket thing with wet t-shirted college girls in sports bars would generate much more in donations.
    Just sayin’.


  5. #1 – Jimmy,
    God isn’t bound by time or space since he invented both, so entropy doesn’t apply to him.

    “Man is an exception, whatever else he is. If he is not the image of God, then he is a disease of the dust. If it is not true that a divine being fell, then we can only say that one of the animals went entirely off its head.”
    – G.K. Chesterton



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