Would you atheists prefer that there was an "Afterlife"?

Started by Inglorious Bastards

This political chat room is for you to sound off about any political ideology and discuss current political topics. Everyone is welcome, yes, even conservatives, but keep in mind, the nature of the No Holds Barred political chat forum platform can be friendly to trolling. It is your responsibility to address this wisely. Forum Rules

84 replies to this topic Sticky this thread

User avatar
Posted by deezer shoove
  9,854 11 Jan 2017, 6:49 pm

deezer shoove Bangalore Torpedo
User avatar
      
      

Posts: 8,834
Location: 3rd in line (human centipede). Light warm breeze very near anus.
Independent Independent political affiliation
Politics: N/A
Gender: Other
Money: 9,853.96



Log in or register to remove this ad..
There are some movies that I watched that seem very unfulfilling at the end. It seemed there was some kind of a story line that just stops with loose ends and questions. Being unhappy with that, I go away wanting/expecting a little more.
Everyone has watched a movie like that at some point.

That is where the need for an afterlife seems to be.
It lies in the same sort of wanting/expecting a little more.

Religions utilize this but it doesn't take religion to feel this.
0


Please
seat yourself.

Image
Log in or register to remove this ad..

User avatar
Posted by deezer shoove
  9,854 12 Jan 2017, 8:39 am

deezer shoove Bangalore Torpedo
User avatar
      
      

Posts: 8,834
Location: 3rd in line (human centipede). Light warm breeze very near anus.
Independent Independent political affiliation
Politics: N/A
Gender: Other
Money: 9,853.96



A Farewell to Arms » 11 Jan 2017 7:12 pm wrote:
from what i recall.....and i can only describe it from a way later experience as a passenger in a car accident, unhurt

the moment is swift and there is a somewhat jarring jolt.....then you feel this soft pillow...like an airbag gently hit your face.....and then a swift powdery puff of smoke in a very hazy fog slipping away and an intense buzzing feeling all over


Find out what an airbag really is first. Bad analogy.

Nothing "gentle" about it at all.
0


Please
seat yourself.

Image

User avatar
Posted by deezer shoove
  9,854 12 Jan 2017, 10:10 pm

deezer shoove Bangalore Torpedo
User avatar
      
      

Posts: 8,834
Location: 3rd in line (human centipede). Light warm breeze very near anus.
Independent Independent political affiliation
Politics: N/A
Gender: Other
Money: 9,853.96



indago » 12 Jan 2017 8:12 am wrote:
deezer shoove » 12 Jan 2017 7:39 am wrote:
A Farewell to Arms » 11 Jan 2017 7:12 pm wrote:
from what i recall.....and i can only describe it from a way later experience as a passenger in a car accident, unhurt

the moment is swift and there is a somewhat jarring jolt.....then you feel this soft pillow...like an airbag gently hit your face.....and then a swift powdery puff of smoke in a very hazy fog slipping away and an intense buzzing feeling all over


Find out what an airbag really is first. Bad analogy.

Nothing "gentle" about it at all.


Not so much "what an airbag really is", but WHO the airbag really is...

In your case, I can't disagree.
0


Please
seat yourself.

Image

User avatar
Posted by deezer shoove
  9,854 12 Jan 2017, 10:12 pm

deezer shoove Bangalore Torpedo
User avatar
      
      

Posts: 8,834
Location: 3rd in line (human centipede). Light warm breeze very near anus.
Independent Independent political affiliation
Politics: N/A
Gender: Other
Money: 9,853.96



A Farewell to Arms » 12 Jan 2017 2:01 pm wrote:
deezer shoove » 12 Jan 2017 7:39 am wrote:

Find out what an airbag really is first. Bad analogy.

Nothing "gentle" about it at all.


ummmm..i had a passenger bag engage my face......it was the most comfortable pillo i ever imprinted my face on...lol

I guess it's gentle in the glad-it's-not-the-glove-compartment-door-up-my-nose sort of way. ;)
0


Please
seat yourself.

Image

User avatar
Posted by deezer shoove
  9,854 12 Jan 2017, 10:33 pm

deezer shoove Bangalore Torpedo
User avatar
      
      

Posts: 8,834
Location: 3rd in line (human centipede). Light warm breeze very near anus.
Independent Independent political affiliation
Politics: N/A
Gender: Other
Money: 9,853.96



indago » 12 Jan 2017 9:25 pm wrote:
deezer shoove » 12 Jan 2017 9:10 pm wrote:
indago » 12 Jan 2017 8:12 am wrote:

Not so much "what an airbag really is", but WHO the airbag really is...

In your case, I can't disagree.


Here's a TRUE airbag:

AIRBAG


The concept of infinity escapes definition within the human brain.
Unending timeframe and volume become anyone's guess.

To argue for or against a hypothetical of this magnitude is beyond me.
You two must have an ongoing pissing contest. Have at it. :wave:
0


Please
seat yourself.

Image

User avatar
Posted by deezer shoove
  9,854 13 Jan 2017, 9:45 am

deezer shoove Bangalore Torpedo
User avatar
      
      

Posts: 8,834
Location: 3rd in line (human centipede). Light warm breeze very near anus.
Independent Independent political affiliation
Politics: N/A
Gender: Other
Money: 9,853.96




indago » 13 Jan 2017 4:57 am wrote:
deezer shoove » 12 Jan 2017 9:33 pm wrote:
indago » 12 Jan 2017 9:25 pm wrote:

Here's a TRUE airbag:

AIRBAG


The concept of infinity escapes definition within the human brain.
Unending timeframe and volume become anyone's guess.

To argue for or against a hypothetical of this magnitude is beyond me.
You two must have an ongoing pissing contest. Have at it. :wave:


The FACT is, Ol' AIRBAG has tried to change the subject, and divert attention from the fact that he has been

OUTED


OUTED


for the "hysterical and hallucinatory blasphemic and hypocritical Whining'nSniveling" coward that he is.


I said my piece. You two are over my pay grade. ;)
1


Please
seat yourself.

Image



Return to No Holds Barred Political Forum

Who is online

Users viewing this topic: No registered users and 2 guests

Who has visited this topic