This reminds me of one of my favorite quotes. “Of all the world’s religions, Fundamentalism Atheism has got to be one of most intolerant and evangelical”.
Like, look at that stupid look on her face. Why does she feel the need to say that. Why not just smile and nod. Who really gives a shit?
If someone tells me to keep a family member in my thoughts, I don’t rip their head off and say “I’M GOING TO PRAY FOR THEM. THOUGHTS DON’T DO ANYTHING.”.
The world needs more people who aren’t complete douchebags about their beliefs. Those are my kind of people. You can be a Christian or worship the damn devil, just don’t be annoying about what you do or do not believe in.
But I think it’s annoying how she has to bite her tongue because i’m pretty sure this isn’t the first time she’s wanted to say that. Because she’s an atheist and not afraid to speak her mind she’s an asshole? I understand he’s only doing what he knows but do you know how many times people talk to me about God and I want to completely disregard what they’re saying because I don’t relate anymore. But if I say, I don’t agree with what you’re saying I’m an asshole? I’m pretty sure atheism has contributed so much negativity but I think it’s so ridiculous to be angry at her for speaking her mind. People like her aren’t the problem the problem is people not being open to those who don’t want to just shut up because they’re afraid of hurting feelings
how in the world is she being an asshole for simply stating that she’s an atheist?
why should she have to smile and nod as if everyone in this country has the same belief system?
i was stuck in an office all day watching CNN and the reporter himself was annoying the shit out of me. he was pretty much putting words into the peoples mouths especially on one occasion with the latino guy Jose….something who he and a friend found a man under some rubble crying for help.
while Jose was trying to say that everyone helped get this man from under the debris, the interviewer (same guy as above) kept trying to focus the attention that Jose was the lone person who did this all on his own. i can’t pull a direct quote because this was over 10 hours ago but i just remember being really irritated at how awkward it was.
actually, one part, the reporter was like “the man is now being taken care of by a medical team, have you gone to visit him?” (or something like that) and Jose is like “no i haven’t” but he said it in a way like “i haven’t and i wasn’t planning on it because theres so much else to do” and the reporter is like “well you’re going to you’re a hero to these people” and CONTINUES the interview. and Jose just has this look on his face like “…..”
idk, its that man, that reporter in general that just irks my nerves. every interview he’s done today alone has been awkward and forced. he either puts words in their mouths or asks questions that just set someone up for embarrassment.
It’s mad depressing when u eat the last piece of candy but you didn’t look at the bag and realize it was the last one so you could truly appreciate it for what it was worth
Henry Hargreaves - No Seconds (2012) - photos documenting the last meals that were served to inmates on death row
Candice Sortino, age 17, ran out on the field during the 7th inning of the Arizona vs. South Carolina game at CWS on June 25th. She smacked two players butts; the one shown here is center fielder Joey Rickard.
my favorite photoset of all time
I love how in the second frame, she’s like hang on. Just one more butt, ok?
The security guard and the players are laughing! This is the best.
my life would probably get 2 notes