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Mentally deranged man lunges at Popemobile

I always thought any man who wears a pink T-shirt must undoubtedly be a little crazy. This belief was confirmed as I read a story concerning a 24 year old man, dressed in the flashy color, who attempted to lunge at the Popemobile. He managed to hang on for several seconds before being wrestled to the ground. Police say the man was mentally disturbed, and rather than trying to hurt Pope Benedict XVI, he mere ...

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Woman held captive by Scientologists for 12 years

Scientology is messed up. What else do you expect from a "religion" created by a poor science-fiction writer with delusions of grandeur? There's so much wrong with it, it's hard to know exactly where to start the list of fucked up shit they do. Convince people with mental disabilities or brain imbalances that drugs are bad, vitamins are the answer and psychiatry is evil? Check. Find a way to take more and m ...

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Woman sets her child on fire in voodoo ritual

I've seen some pretty messed up voodoo rituals in my day. I think probably the most graphic one involved a man, allegedly possessed by the spirit of the dead, who bit off the testicles of a goat. The gonads were spread around for everyone to suck on, until the creature's throat was cut, with some licking the bloodied knife. Let's just say I had some trouble keeping my lunch down. It's bad enough when these ...

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Dawkins calls Ray ‘Banana Man’ Comfort an ignorant fool

I like to lay the smack down. It's who I am. It's in my nature. Guys like Ray Comfort, who think the banana is proof God exists, are easy targets. The problem happens when the high profile atheists engage in this sort of behavior. It only makes these guys seem like innocent victims. "Hey, look at me, Richard Dawkins is calling me names!" Ray is more than a fool. He's positively mentally deranged. We don't n ...

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Is this guy for real?

I hope by now all of you are familiar with my stance on Poe's Law; if you are attempting to parody Christians but cannot give any indication that you don't actually believe this stuff, then you might as well not be a parody at all. I call this 'Jake's Law', so as to avoid any further confusion on this issue. The following video is exactly the kind of thing 'Jake's Law' was invented for. While the rest of yo ...

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Please take your medication, buddy.

There are a few articles on TGA that invariably attract the kinds of crazy comments that have to be read to be believed. Sometimes you have to spend some time trying to decipher through their insanity, and attempt to understand exactly what these deranged individuals are trying to communicate. This recent comment seems especially difficult to make out (which I haven't altered in any way): Clearly The Scienc ...

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How to prevent an alien abduction

I know what you're thinking: "Jacob, how do I stop aliens from kidnapping me and constantly raping my poor anus with their probes?". Well, after searching long and hard (and by that I mean someone sent me a link), I think I've found the solution for you: build your own anti-spaceman helmet. If you visit StopAlienAbductions.com right now, you'll get a number of important tutorials on how to build a crappy lo ...

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Good show, guys…

It's terrible shows like this that give me hope that not every child is being indoctrinated particularly well. The damage done by these kinds of yahoos seems relatively easy to fix, especially since these clowns can't manage to keep a bunch of kids interested in their shtick for more than 15 seconds. If you're trying to indoctrinate children in your cult, might I suggest the trying the following: #1: Be pre ...

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Cult leader shoots 4 year old because he “might be gay”

What do you get when you take a violent, homophobic young man and combine it with the power of religion? You get two deaths, a slam dunk for the prosecution, and the feeling that all of this could have been prevented if people stopped being such gigantic suckers. The murderer in question, Peter Lucas Moses, had his followers call him Lord, and used fear and isolation to control them. Prosecutors said the ca ...

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Labeling atheism as a thought crime

I found this hilariously offensive letter to the editor from an Irish newspaper, and I just had to include it. It's a complaint regarding a show called "Liveline" that happened to have featured an atheist upset at a law that was passed in 2009 that would fine blasphemers thousands of dollars for "offending" religious rubes (I admit it's a bit old, but it's totally hilarious): Why in the name of God (oops so ...

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