Junior Ganymede
We endeavor to give satisfaction

A Right Proper Mix of Contempt and Elan.

November 08th, 2013 by G.

Highly recommended.  You’ll laugh, you’ll roar:

 

It’s pretty much the sort of stuff Bertrand Russell used to put out when he needed to knock-off a popular best-seller or dazzle one of his mistresses. You see, my dear, belief in god is no better than belief in a teacup orbiting Mars, whereupon my dear would generally begin loosening her undergarments. The fact is that these kinds of arguments have been known to embarrass a wart hog. This has been tested at zoos, by the way, and the experiments widely reported.

There is no argument against religion that is not also an argument against mathematics. Mathematicians are capable of grasping a world of objects that lies beyond space and time

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November 08th, 2013 14:17:15
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Vader
November 8, 2013

“It’s like being thrilled by Newark, New Jersey. ”

That made me laugh out loud, much to the consternation of the dogs. Ruined their nap, it did.


Joseph Hertzlinger
November 10, 2013

I’m sure that someday there will be a teacup orbiting Mars.

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