Today in God 5.4.10

1. Muslims deface Mohammed but atheists get last laugh – Yesterday, I wrote about how disapproving the Muslim Student Association (MSA)  at University of Wisconsin – Madison were of the campus Atheists, Humanists, & Agnostics (AHA) group’s plan to draw stick figure Mohammed’s in chalk around campus. Well the AHA drew over 100 Mohammeds around campus and the MSA followed them and decided to add “Ali” after his name because that’s apparently all that’s required to turn a stick figure from offensive to inoffensive. So the AHA took a cue from the South Park creators and started drawing just the stick figure and the word “Censored” next to it. They also drew some with the following text: “Muham…is this okay?” But I honestly don’t know who made the MSA look sillier, the AHA or themselves.

2. The Vatican shows where its priorities really lie – Putting aside that trivial child rape stuff, the Vatican decided to oppose something really evil:

The Vatican says it’s following up on complaints of feminism and activism.

Damn you, feminism!!! Must you be a constant thorn in the side of our patriarchal theocracy!

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One Response to Today in God 5.4.10

  1. […] As I reported the other day, first, they went a great degree out of their way and wasted a hell of a lot of time writing “Ali” after Mohammed’s name…because that’s apparently all that’s required to turn blasphemy into harmless stick figures. This led the local atheist group responsible for the original drawings. took a cue from the South Park creators and started drawing just the stick figure and the word “Censored” next to it. They also drew some with the following text: “Muham…is this okay?” […]

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