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the SKELETON MAN
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bogleech:

Immortal time traveling wizard who, every time he has to shit, travels back to the same moment in some abusive, sexist, skeevy comic book fan’s house to use his comics or toys as toilet paper so from the geek’s perspective a hundred identical wizards just pop in one day and deface every last earthly thing he values with their shitty asses.

And then the wizard looks through reddit for another worthy target

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funwithomegle:

jav117:

I am usually a very tolerant person (believe it or not) but I draw my line when I am expected to tolerate intolerance. So, just as I would never tolerate Catholicism, Islam, etc. I would never tolerate Nazism, Communism or just plain Fascism in general. 
And what’s with the attempt (this is asking in general not you specifically) of apparantly trying to “create” a socially acceptable and even politically correct “Satanism”…? Don’t they realize that’s a contradicton in itself? Satanism should challenge the status-quo, etc. and not try to be accepted by it. I am not saying people shouldn’t do it - but it’s ridiculous beyond words. Especially the LaVeyans, they are hardcore Atheists, nothing more nothing less, no matter how much they throw the dark and edgy adjectives around. They try to be seen as something that they are not. Maybe because plain-old Atheism doesn’t sound rebellious enough or whatnot, I don’t know.
Bottom-line: I can’t take those politically correct; please-accept-me-I-am-NOT-actually-evil, pls-don’t-hurt-the-feelings-of-the-followers-of-organized-religion “Satanists” seriously.

Now hold on. What right do you have to say what Satanism should and shouldn’t have to be? Who gave you the authority to define the character and objectives of an entire group/movement/ideology/whatever? I could understand wanting it to be something, but unless there are some specific core tenants which are being violated or ignored, such as not believing in the divinity of Christ in Christianity, you really have no grounds to tell someone they’re doing it “wrong.”
And God forbid an organization try to legitimize itself, rather than take a “fuck the establishment” stance just because that’s what other people expect of them.

What exactly is your problem? I voiced an opinion, nothing more nothing less. Don’t know where you live, but where I live we call that “freedom of speech”. It seems you have zero fucking idea about what Satanism is. Please educate yourself a bit more and then we can continue debating what Satanism is or should be. And I would say that as a Satanist NOT believing in an actual entity “Satan” (however he is defined; that’s a whole different story though) would be violating a core tenant (it IS like denying the divinity of Christ in Christianity). Try to twist that any way you like but Satanism minus Satan (and/or any other supernatural beings) IS Atheism. Period. Worshipping your ego instead of any supernatural being is Atheism. Period. They ARE doing it wrong; doesn’t matter if I state this fact or not. But yeah, have fun in your delusions. Oooh, they are oh-so rebellious and edgy…they are SATANISTS, not just plain Atheists…oh no. Ridiculous.Don’t know why you, an atheist as you said yourself, are so rabidly trying to defend the LaVeyan clowns. But I guess that’s your problem how you waste your time.

Freedom of speech goes both ways, friend. I can respond to your opinions just as freely as you can state them.
Also, you seem to be defining Satanism purely in terms of a belief in Satan, when the term has also, and in fact primarily, is used to define various social movements and philosophies. So far as I understand, that’s what LaVeyan Satanism is. A philosophy. It doesn’t claim to be anything else, though I agree that some (Most?) of them can take it to ridiculous heights. One can simultaneously be an atheist and a Satanist in the philosophical sense. I say this less to defend LaVeyans and more to put the truth out there, since really, the truth is important to me, and I feel like I ought to communicate it to others if I can. If you don’t want to listen to me, that’s fine. You don’t have to keep responding, and you don’t have to read what I’m writing. Another great part of freedom of speech is being able to choose what speech to ignore.
And for the record, yes, I know denying Christ’s divinity would go against Christianity. That was the point I was trying to make, and admittedly, I worded it pretty badly.
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I am usually a very tolerant person (believe it or not) but I draw my line when I am expected to tolerate intolerance. So, just as I would never tolerate Catholicism, Islam, etc. I would never tolerate Nazism, Communism or just plain Fascism in general. 
And what’s with the attempt (this is asking in general not you specifically) of apparantly trying to “create” a socially acceptable and even politically correct “Satanism”…? Don’t they realize that’s a contradicton in itself? Satanism should challenge the status-quo, etc. and not try to be accepted by it. I am not saying people shouldn’t do it - but it’s ridiculous beyond words. Especially the LaVeyans, they are hardcore Atheists, nothing more nothing less, no matter how much they throw the dark and edgy adjectives around. They try to be seen as something that they are not. Maybe because plain-old Atheism doesn’t sound rebellious enough or whatnot, I don’t know.
Bottom-line: I can’t take those politically correct; please-accept-me-I-am-NOT-actually-evil, pls-don’t-hurt-the-feelings-of-the-followers-of-organized-religion “Satanists” seriously.

Now hold on. What right do you have to say what Satanism should and shouldn’t have to be? Who gave you the authority to define the character and objectives of an entire group/movement/ideology/whatever? I could understand wanting it to be something, but unless there are some specific core tenants which are being violated or ignored, such as not believing in the divinity of Christ in Christianity, you really have no grounds to tell someone they’re doing it “wrong.”
And God forbid an organization try to legitimize itself, rather than take a “fuck the establishment” stance just because that’s what other people expect of them.
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Out of curiosity, does anyone ever actually read what I have to say when I type up huge walls of text about topics like social justice, religion, and just stuff I find interesting in general? And does anyone actually like reading these?

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funwithomegle:

jav117:

funwithomegle:

jav117:

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Hello! I thought I would clear up a common misconception! 
Most Satanists are not Devil Worshippers, but some of us are! 
Theistic Satanism or Spiritual Satanism, sometimes referred to as Devil Worship, is a form of Satanism with the primary belief that Satan is an actual deity or force to revere or worship.Other characteristics of Theistic Satanism may include a belief in magic, which is manipulated through ritual.Unlike LaVeyan Satanism founded by Anton LaVey in the 1960s, theistic Satanism is theistic as opposed to atheistic, believing that Satan (Hebrew: הַשָׂטָן ha-Satan, ‘the accuser’) is a real being rather than a symbol of individualism. If it makes it easier, you could picture most Satanists as Deists and Theistic Satanist as like the Protestants of our religion. 
We don’t belong to the same community, but that’s okay, no one is offended I just thought it would be nice to make sure people knew that there is  definitely more than one type of Satanic worship and finding your truth with the Dark Prince takes many forms. 
We don’t really look the way the media sometimes portrays us either! Some people really do like to wear all black and I understand that, but lots of us dress in everyday clothes and do every day things just like you! 
If you want more reading material, just google it and go to the wiki page’s “Further Reading” section, or look up and contact a local chapter! I’m sure someone would be happy to introduce you to the wonders of His Holiness, the Dark Lord. 
P.S: Please stop using the upside down cross as a symbol of Satanism it’s disrespectful to Catholics and us as well, because we don’t want to be tied to the idea of ‘Humility’ before a false God. Thanks!

"P.S: Please stop using the upside down cross as a symbol of Satanism it’s disrespectful to Catholics and us as well, because we don’t want to be tied to the idea of ‘Humility’ before a false God."
The second statement, ok, but…why in hell would a Satanist care about what is disrespectful to Catholics…? OMFG…please stop being a “Satanist” NOW.

Gee, I don’t know, probably because not all Satanists have to be disrespectful douchebags who intentionally shit on the beliefs of others just for the sake of it? You can disagree with someone without insulting them, you know.

wtf? If there is ONE intolerant/disrespectful towards other beliefs religion (besides Islam) it has to be Catholicism (the faith in itself; I am NOT saying every single Catholic is disrespectful, though I have had my share of experiences). I really don’t see how they deserve any kind of respect or tolerance while their whole belief system is practically:"tolerate our intolerance or else"And with that attitude murdered millions of people over the centuries. So, disrespecting Catholicism (or any other dogmatic religion) is certainly not just “for the sake of it”.Let me guess, you are one of those LaVeyan Atheists…?

I’m not, actually. Just your average run of the mill atheist. I agree that Catholicism itself has been a root cause for some pretty awful things, but so has democracy. It’s less the ideas themselves and more the people who use them. You can be a Catholic without being intolerant, just as you can believe in all sorts of other ideals or systems and yet still be intolerant of others. It also horrifically simplifies what Catholicism is and what it’s tenants are. Yes, Catholicism’s dogma demands some intolerance against other belief systems, but the teachings of Jesus also demand one to be accepting and to love the people following them. Unfortunately, centuries of manipulation and cherrypicking have pretty much created a self-contradictory ideology, and it’s up to a person’s own initiative to decide what and what not to follow.
I’m all for being rude to people who use their faith to bully, disrespect, and even kill others, but there’s no need to categorically offend and disrespect the entire group, when only a portion is actually doing anything like that. There are plenty of Catholics who don’t subscribe to intolerance and would be the first to condemn many of the atrocities committed in the name of Catholicism, and feeling the need to actively disrespect them as well as the people who deserve it is, quite frankly, childish.

As much as you try to justify Catholicism as a concept here, you should be aware that an inverted cross wouldn’t even be disrespectful to a Catholic as it’s originally the cross of St. Peter that was kinda hijacked by Satanists; doesn’t change it’s original meaning, though.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross_of_St._PeterShooting yourself in the foot 101As for your judgement of what I disrespect and how childish that is and bla and how and where I voice my opinion….sad thing you can’t see how much I don’t care about that. For someone who *demands* tolerance you show a whole lot of that yourself lol.

Uh, yeah, I was aware of that. I never insinuated that the Cross of St. Peter was anything but a Catholic symbol. The point OP was trying to make was that associating that symbol with Satanism, and consequently Satan, is offensive to Catholics who hold it as a holy symbol and conversely view Satan as the embodiment of evil. It’d be like associating the Nazi swastika with Judaism in terms of horribly misrepresenting the meaning of a symbol, and is pretty much a huge “Fuck you, I don’t even care enough about you to understand what you really believe” to both parties involved.
And it’s not as if I demand tolerance. But if you’re gonna rag on an institution for being in tolerance, it’d be less hypocritical to actually try and be a little more tolerant yourself. I don’t expect you to listen to me, but I feel the need to make the point nevertheless.
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funwithomegle:

jav117:

the-unpopular-opinions:

Hello! I thought I would clear up a common misconception! 
Most Satanists are not Devil Worshippers, but some of us are! 
Theistic Satanism or Spiritual Satanism, sometimes referred to as Devil Worship, is a form of Satanism with the primary belief that Satan is an actual deity or force to revere or worship.Other characteristics of Theistic Satanism may include a belief in magic, which is manipulated through ritual.Unlike LaVeyan Satanism founded by Anton LaVey in the 1960s, theistic Satanism is theistic as opposed to atheistic, believing that Satan (Hebrew: הַשָׂטָן ha-Satan, ‘the accuser’) is a real being rather than a symbol of individualism. If it makes it easier, you could picture most Satanists as Deists and Theistic Satanist as like the Protestants of our religion. 
We don’t belong to the same community, but that’s okay, no one is offended I just thought it would be nice to make sure people knew that there is  definitely more than one type of Satanic worship and finding your truth with the Dark Prince takes many forms. 
We don’t really look the way the media sometimes portrays us either! Some people really do like to wear all black and I understand that, but lots of us dress in everyday clothes and do every day things just like you! 
If you want more reading material, just google it and go to the wiki page’s “Further Reading” section, or look up and contact a local chapter! I’m sure someone would be happy to introduce you to the wonders of His Holiness, the Dark Lord. 
P.S: Please stop using the upside down cross as a symbol of Satanism it’s disrespectful to Catholics and us as well, because we don’t want to be tied to the idea of ‘Humility’ before a false God. Thanks!

"P.S: Please stop using the upside down cross as a symbol of Satanism it’s disrespectful to Catholics and us as well, because we don’t want to be tied to the idea of ‘Humility’ before a false God."
The second statement, ok, but…why in hell would a Satanist care about what is disrespectful to Catholics…? OMFG…please stop being a “Satanist” NOW.

Gee, I don’t know, probably because not all Satanists have to be disrespectful douchebags who intentionally shit on the beliefs of others just for the sake of it? You can disagree with someone without insulting them, you know.

wtf? If there is ONE intolerant/disrespectful towards other beliefs religion (besides Islam) it has to be Catholicism (the faith in itself; I am NOT saying every single Catholic is disrespectful, though I have had my share of experiences). I really don’t see how they deserve any kind of respect or tolerance while their whole belief system is practically:"tolerate our intolerance or else"And with that attitude murdered millions of people over the centuries. So, disrespecting Catholicism (or any other dogmatic religion) is certainly not just “for the sake of it”.Let me guess, you are one of those LaVeyan Atheists…?

I’m not, actually. Just your average run of the mill atheist. I agree that Catholicism itself has been a root cause for some pretty awful things, but so has democracy. It’s less the ideas themselves and more the people who use them. You can be a Catholic without being intolerant, just as you can believe in all sorts of other ideals or systems and yet still be intolerant of others. It also horrifically simplifies what Catholicism is and what it’s tenants are. Yes, Catholicism’s dogma demands some intolerance against other belief systems, but the teachings of Jesus also demand one to be accepting and to love the people following them. Unfortunately, centuries of manipulation and cherrypicking have pretty much created a self-contradictory ideology, and it’s up to a person’s own initiative to decide what and what not to follow.
I’m all for being rude to people who use their faith to bully, disrespect, and even kill others, but there’s no need to categorically offend and disrespect the entire group, when only a portion is actually doing anything like that. There are plenty of Catholics who don’t subscribe to intolerance and would be the first to condemn many of the atrocities committed in the name of Catholicism, and feeling the need to actively disrespect them as well as the people who deserve it is, quite frankly, childish.
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fonbella:

People discussing the sexuality of characters in MGS series is so interesting because

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idk he either sleeps with everyone or everyone wants to sleeps with him, that’s it, that’s the main reason everything goes wrong in this game

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Gayer than everyone above, literally everything that goes wrong in the series is because he couldn’t keep his dick in his pants for the guy above