The Great Religion Debate

October 6, 2008

I have said this before and I will not hesitate to say this again:
Religion is meant for men who can’t think for themselves and for women who have no sense of humor.

People know this. Even the utterly religious types. Atleast their subconscoius does.
But in their conscious minds, they suppress it. Willingly. Patriotically. And Religiously.

Because it’s always easier and safer to take the blue pill instead of the red one.

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6 Responses to “The Great Religion Debate”

  1. pissu perera Says:

    sign me up for a lifetime’s supply of blue pills (definition 1) please. i can understand the appeal.

  2. Me Says:

    When a woman falls in love (ironically) she loses all sense of rationality. Faith becomes her virtue. When a man is in love, his mind sharpens, he thinks long term and rational.

    So it’s biologically correct for a woman to feel religious. To yearn for the blue pill. Men on the other hand, I dunno…

  3. crdesilva Says:

    “Religion is meant for men who can’t think for themselves and for women who have no sense of humor”

    100% true

  4. pissu perera Says:

    oh i didn’t mean the blue pill for religion. haven’t taken that in a while. i meant for life in general.

  5. Baby Z Says:

    I was raised in the Catholic religion and from a young age I was taught not to think, but to just do what the bible says. Now that I’m older and can think for myself, I agree thatb religion is for folks who don’t like to think for themselves.


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