CFI Warns Nation of God’s Wrath!

January 22, 2009

The Most Irreverend Ron (a.k.a. Ronald A. Lindsay, CFI President & CEO) informs us of God’s anger over President Obama’s acknowledgement of nonbelievers. Get some flashlights and fly swatters and watch out for the amphibians!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments:

#1 Derek C. Araujo on Thursday January 22, 2009 at 10:59am

Ron, I think you just won CFI’s humor challenge/contest.

#2 bigjohn756 (Guest) on Thursday January 22, 2009 at 11:10am

That is a scream. I waited and waited until, finally, I thought I was getting a boil, but, no, thank God, it turned out to be just another seborrheic keratosis.

#3 diogenes99 on Thursday January 22, 2009 at 1:52pm

And to think I once saw CFI described as a think tank.

#4 Personal Failure (Guest) on Thursday January 22, 2009 at 2:05pm

i don’t have a son- does this mean my (male) dog bites it?

#5 darshialoo (Guest) on Thursday January 22, 2009 at 6:14pm

Great lines for the next biblical epic. Absolutely hilarious!

“Slam!  Bam!  Here are the locusts!” 

“Foreplay for plagues!”

Dr. Lindsay, you are brilliant.  What a refreshing change.  Where have you been all these years?  You have brought new life to our organization.

#6 Theo Bromine (Guest) on Monday January 26, 2009 at 9:31am

Finally, a way to address the global decline in amphibian population!

#7 Mohanraj V. Moorkoth (Guest) on Monday January 26, 2009 at 4:46pm

I have been under the impression that CFI is ba rationalist organization. I am afraid I have been mistaken on listening to Dr, Lindsay’s speech in which he condemns non-believers. Is this rationalism?
Mohanraj v. Moorkoth.

#8 sundas (Guest) on Tuesday January 27, 2009 at 5:54pm

Wow!  Who is this guy.  Is this what CFI is all about?
I thought it was about humanism and the use of reason.  This guy looks like John Stewart without brains and timing.  Dumb, dumb, dumb.

Yikes.

#9 Patrick Clare (Guest) on Tuesday February 03, 2009 at 8:03am

This is not confidence-inspiring.  Humanists should be far above this kind of thing.  Please stop.

#10 Theo Bromine (Guest) on Tuesday February 03, 2009 at 9:16am

“This is not confidence-inspiring.  Humanists should be far above this kind of thing.  Please stop.”

Do you mean that humanists should be “far above” having a sense of humour? I’d rather leave that approach for the religious folks.  Personally, I have much more confidence in people who do not take themselves too seriously.

Besides, having a sense of humour is one of the best things about being human.


  By all means, complain if you don’t

#11 Theo Bromine (Guest) on Tuesday February 03, 2009 at 9:22am

[reposted since the end got cut off - if and admin or moederator can remove the previous one, please do so)

“This is not confidence-inspiring.  Humanists should be far above this kind of thing.  Please stop.“

Do you mean that humanists should be “far above” having a sense of humour? I’d rather leave that approach for the religious folks.  Personally, I have much more confidence in people who do not take themselves too seriously.

Besides, having a sense of humour is one of the best things about being human.

By all means, complain if you don’t appreciate the style or propriety of the humour (or just ignore it if you don’t personally find it funny), but saying it should stop completely is going rather too far in imposing standards.

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