I hate you guys.
> It's cool how all you Christians wait until he died to decide you
> liked him.
What did you expect, random "I luv POPE" posts to keep you up to date?
Anyway, I'm totally indifferent to his passing, that's how you treat a "nonevent". Getting all excited about your contrived distaste just screams "look at me".
> You think saying that the mounring of a figurehead for hundereds of
> millions of people is an "utterly pointless, meaningless and
> pitiful nonevent" is mainstream?
No, that would be my opinion.
However, as I said, a hatred or at least a total disregard of the Catholic church is mainstream.
> Beliefs aren't in any way dangerous, it's what you do based on them.
> As what he says has no relevance unless you choose to be Catholic;
> it's hard for him to do much damage. And what did he do? Say
> condoms are bad? Kind of keeps with the whole no-sex-before-marriage
> thing, can't complain about following one without also following the
> other, and there's no question which is better at halting AIDS.
> Didn't get overly involved in a few countries that weren't in anyway
> Catholic? Well, seems logical given the job title. Ermmm... stood
> against to Bush and Co on the Iraq war? Probably a good idea that
Don't try to change me, baby. I hate all religious types, apart from Shaolin Monks. They have real class.
> FinalFantasyFanatic wrote:
> I'm not a Christian, and I couldn't disagree more.
> I'm sure if you tried there's some more angst ready to be splurged.
> Go on! Be all controversial! The girls love it, and you've probably
> only got a few more years before reason sets in.
How is general hatred for the Catholic church in any way angsty or in the least but contraversial? More reasonable and mainstream.
Ah Fat Tony, how shall ye respond to my request on did the day of my daughters funeral?