Facebook User Rallies For A Pepsi Boycott [Pic]

Submitted by: someone? 6 years ago in Funny

Unfortunately, he doesn"t do his research and fails miserably.
There are 172 comments:
Male 215
I`m copying that for the next time I need to say something like that.
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Male 215
I`m copying that for the next time I need to say something like that.
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Male 2
I hate god and pepsi equally
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Female 6
Am I a bad Christian for agreeing with the last comment?
No. Nor am I a retarded Christian.
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Female 281
I love Pepsi. :3
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Male 304
I don`t hate Pepsi because on a limited can line they omitted an unimportant part of an unimportant pledge! I hate Pepsi because it`s Pepsi, and Pepsi sucks.
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Male 371

Wikipedia for the win...

:/
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Female 192
pwned
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Male 675
ZING
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Male 181
So now that I don`t have to boycott Pepsi because they`re removing "under god", I can go back to boycotting Pepsi because it`s Pepsi.

Thanks, iab!
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Male 1,455
"My favorite part of this is the fact that the guy who made the comment was so proud of himself (assuming he changed the colour for everyone who commented including himself) that he took a screenshot and uploaded it to IAB"

Considering it shows the actual time of that comment, and not `10 seconds ago` or somesuch, I doubt it`s the same person.
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Female 136
@Vipablaz Not really, the mods on failbooking have that format. And that is where this image is from.
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Female 5,222
like
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Male 426
if i woulda wrote this there woulda been like 400 likes... and i only have like 57 friends so...
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Male 3,631
Miracle on 34th Street lied to me!
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Male 191
My favorite part of this is the fact that the guy who made the comment was so proud of himself (assuming he changed the colour for everyone who commented including himself) that he took a screenshot and uploaded it to IAB
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Male 559
i aint even mad
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Male 2,841
If you could reason with religious people, there would be no religious people.
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Male 260
love the comeback on the religious morons :D
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Male 40,739
Read what I wrote dude: the odds of us OBSERVING it, not the "odds it ever happened" eh?

If we create life in the lab, it`s NOT "spontaneous" it`s intelligently designed & doesn`t count. Assuming humans qualify as "intelligent" eh? (see: fail videos)

As for the Big Bang: short answer = impossible to know. That`s exactly what I said! We don`t (currently) know! It doesn`t mean I think it didn`t happen. Dude, you`re projecting! (not nearly as much as @Canoas tho, lolz!)
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Male 40,739
@LazyMe, don`t you recall the Nobel Prize winng guy explaining to us that physicists CANNOT "explain WHY magnets work"? We know the other Ws; How? yup, when where who? yuppers! Why? um... don`t know! Because it`s a fundimental force, it just IS.
@Lzyme again the math (without bad quote endings, I was late for work!) it took 5 Billion years for spontanious life to happen on Earth (see? not arguing with you!) so the odds of humans "observing" it happening again are: 1 in 5 billion YEARS, assuming we even know where to look! Which we don`t!
Oh we have several guesses, but NOT 5 BILLION YEARS!! So the odds over 5 billion years may be good, but really? You think Humans will be around for that long?
Chances = Zilch!
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Female 298
nice. pwned. :D
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Male 153
no prayer for seven days, makes one weak.

sorry for that.
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Male 215
I`m copying that for the next time I need to say something like that.
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Male 2,988
i wish they would get rid of both the "under god" and "in god we trust" bullpoo. its not needed, makes us look bad and is offensive to us non-christians
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Male 70
HDD actually have 2 very strong magnets in them already the chances of you placing a magnet on a HDD and it corrupting the data is very very slim it would have to be a electro magnet and a very high powered one at that and even then im doubtful it would do anything to the data the damage would likely occur from misalignment of components being pulled on by the magnetic force
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Male 10,440
I`m not surprised you don`t believe in magnets. It seems like the sort of thing that would interfere with one`s life, practically. Try placing a magnet on your HDD, maybe god will save your data from corrupting.
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Male 10,440
[quote] you just said you can make energy FROM energy [/quote]
Nope. I said you can make energy from matter, but you can make it from energy too, sure...
[quote] Big Bang it`s energy from a vacuum [/quote]
Nope. It`s energy and matter from a singularity point - not nothing. Beyond that? Short answer - impossible to know, long answer - several theories... oscillating universe, a bud from parent universe, multiverse... leave it to the cosmologists.
[quote]our intelligence can design things that seem life-like [/quote]
Inaccurate. We have created unique species (not simulations, actual life that can`t be found anywhere else)
[quote] the odds of observing random life creation are so small as to practically BE zero [/quote]
Nope. If they were "practically" zero, then we wouldn`t exist, as existence is practical. Observing it is arbitrary. You just have to be there.
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Male 50
Pledging yourself to a nation (or by my reckoning a president, king or emporer) is a very fuedal thing to do.

I wouldn`t do it myself, so I wouldn`t call on any of you to do the same.

Please don`t bother with the rage, I`m just being objective.
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Male 10,440
[quote] if we know thats EXACTLY how it happened...why not just replicate that again and again [/quote]
I didn`t say we know exactly how it happened. I`m saying we know the theory, the conditions, the results... We`ve simulated abiogenesis on computers, we`ve created artificial life not found anywhere else. I`d say we have a pretty good idea of how it happened.

So what do you want? A correct answer that`s pretty damn close and good enough for whatever purpose you want to put that knowledge to in your life or a ridiculously wrong answer that`s EXACT?
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Male 210
If anyone dares to post TL DNR after this noble man`s epic post, that would kill it.
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Male 40,739
[quote]How did the matter exist in the first place?[/quote]
Um, that is the whole point I am making here, eh?
[quote]No idea. - @Canoas[/quote]
I`m gald you agree with me.

[quote]what are the odds of randomly creating life in how much time?[quote]
Well, since I`d already blathered on for several posts, I decided to NOT expand on that, thinking IABers would be able to understand it. Apparently... not.
I said "us to OBSERVE" spontanious life, NOT THAT IT NEVER HAPPENED -IDIOT- ! Yes it took BILLIONS of years, and ech year there were probably TRILLIONS of `chances` that didn`t turn out. What are the odds of WE HUMANS actually viewing it? ZILCH!
[quote]Since you believe it`s a load of crap...[/quote]
Nope, never said that. In fact I stated the opposite: it DID happen, we just don`t (currently) understand how.
The `nylon thing`?? ZOMG that`s evolution. ZOMG I`m being trolled by an idiot!
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Male 106
Since when can you leave comments that long? I call shenanigans
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Male 405
POW, SIT BACK DOWN.
:D
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Male 1,051
blue guy is the man.
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Male 183
...multikill...
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Female 2,509
bahahahaha I love facts! no matter whose side they fall on...
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Male 190
Boo Ya!!! so well said.
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Male 2,855
Jesus was a wine drinker
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Male 2,552
Haha, that`s a brilliant answer. Loved it!
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Male 6,693
Bazinga !
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Male 1,015
Blam ! Headshot !!
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Male 77
@handimanner wine actually
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Male 2,147
Coke or Pepsi. What would Jesus drink? (eh, probably water)
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Male 483
I`m not reading this trash. I came on IAB for some form of entertainment, not a history lesson.
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Male 221
You can believe whatever you like, no problems with that. But it doesn`t mean it`s the right answer.
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Male 1,312
That guy straight up bitch slapped those turds with knowledge!
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Female 2,674
Makes me want a Crystal Pepsi.
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Male 10
@TheBLB & TheSpoon

King James Bible says unicorn I believe 9 times.
New living Bible changed unicorn to wild ox.
That`s what I meant.
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Male 384
@POPEDJoKeR
I lol`d, you sure have been brainwashed. Oddly enough cannabis has been proven to do the healthy opposites of everything it was believed to do: it has anti-carcinogenic properties(reduces tumors in lungs and even cures melanoma), instead of damaging the airway, it acts as a bronchodilator, and instead of killing every neuron it actually promotes brain cell growth.

Wow, better get informed next time!
http:// boards.cannabis.com /medicinal-cannabis-health /161539-granny-storm-crows-list .html
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Male 427
@5cats
maybe you should have paid attention to that class. the Big Bang theory never stated that energy was created. As any 12 year old knows, it states that there was a extremely condensed and hot piece of matter than quickly expanded and cooled down.
How did the matter exist in the first place? No idea. But then again, how did god came into existence? You can`t answer it either.
Also, what are the odds of randomly creating life in how much time? If it`s in 5 seconds, then yes, it`s practically zero. If it`s randomly creating life in 5 billion years then it is very likely, as it just after 1.5 billion years life appeared on earth.
Since you believe it`s a load of crap then let me ask you this. Somewhere during the 1960s (forgot the exact date) it was observed that a bacteria was feeding on nylon. Now, if nylon was produced in 1935 then it means that bacteria could have not existed prior to that event. Did god actually created a new type of bacteria JUST to eat nylon or
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Male 211
"If you believe in Jesus then you believe in unicorns."

Was Jesus a unicorn then?
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Male 237
@FatWreck

not many historians disagree with the statement "Jesus was a person who existed"... but good attempt at being awesome.
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Male 40,739
[quote]I work as a lawyer... Silicates have nothing to do with eating them[/quote]
@sirrix - did I SAY they did? No, I said the study I saw said that. In the experiment the rats were force-fed the sand. Plz to learn to read before you make a bigger fool of yourself.

@lazyme - you just said you can make energy FROM energy, m-kay? For the Big Bang it`s energy from a vacuum, can we do that? nope, not yet! As for life, our intelligence can design things that seem life-like, but the odds of observing random life creation are so small as to practically BE zero. (intelligence, design, see what I did there? Just rattling your cage! lolz!)

They taught us a lot of CRAP in grade 10 science, you believed it all? Magnets bro! wtf!

Sorry @WillowWatch, it was many years ago. I just remember the State wanted to treat sandblaster sand as hazerdous waste!
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Male 723
Wouldn`t it just be nicer to live in a country that`s "OVER God?" - as in, "We`re sooooo over it."

Can I get a AMEN!

8-) LJ
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Male 169
Told.
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Male 10
If you believe in Jesus then you believe in unicorns.
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Female 98
And likewise, the nations should have nothing to do with religion. It fuels controversy and anger.
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Female 98
The facts of it really had nothing to do with the first post. Good observations, though. Really, if they loved God so much and professed to be Christian [Followers of Christ, as the word implies] They would have nothing to do with human nations. They would be neutral like Jesus was. Funny pic.
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Female 322
Heh I like that blue person
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Male 4,431
Hey, the way I see it, it`s fine to believe in something, and it`s fine for someone else to believe in the opposite. The only problem is when one person`s beliefs hurt other people.

The posts highlighted from Mr./Ms. Black`s FB page are just opinions. The fact that Mr./Ms. Blue was very clear and concise and based his/her entry on facts, rather than rumor, can`t be disputed. But neither can the fact that Mr./Ms. Black posted what he/she did due to his/her beliefs. Neither post was overtly nasty and both presented beliefs that can, yawn, obviously be supported through lots of yelling and gesticulation (just look at this thread).

Personally, I`ll go with actual, verifiable facts every time. So, if you post something publicly and make it open for comment, and if you want *my* support for your idea (like a product boycott), fact check what you`re saying, or, caveat it by saying it`s opinion (rather than stating it as fact). That`s not difficult, is it?
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Female 934
The comments are far more entertaining than the catual post. I live for the flame wars!
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Female 673
lol @ flame war.

This site should NEVER be taken seriously.

But I s`pose feeling passionately serious about something on the internet is better than being bored. :-P
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Male 602
Not nearly as cool since he is the one who took the screen shot... I mean...egotistical much? Coming from me that`s quite a statement.
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Male 2,085
Allegedly just a rumor, but I would not put it past Pepsi to do something like that.
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Male 237
ZefSoFresh - Your definition of a religion isn`t completely correct. From dictionary.com, out of the 6 main definitions 5 of them said something to the effect of "a specific fundamental set of beliefs and practices generally agreed upon by a number of persons or sects". A religion does not necessarily have to involve what you call an invisible man in the sky.

When the founding fathers said that Congress can`t establish a religion, their aim was to protect against a similar situation like the Church of England.

Is putting those words on money or in the Pledge creating a religion in which government is the head..I think not. Is it inhibiting you from practicing your own religion, most likely not. I think it passes the Establishment Clause test.

I`ll leave you with this. Everyone worships something, whether it be God, what you call an invisible man in the sky, money, celebrities, nature. There is something in everyone`s life that is sacred and holds
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Male 928
Ever wonder what it would look like if you could punch someone in the face through a keyboard long distance? Look no further because this is exactly what it looks like.
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Male 52
@Wildcats2008-To be more concise"Congress shall make no law respecting the (belief in supernatural beings)" Written by our Forefathers.Endorsement of "In god we trust",any god, still violates this. (p.s. I love when people bring this up,too! tee-hee.;),good try though!
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Female 379
http://genetics.mgh.harvard.edu/szostakweb/resources.html Here, info on how life started. From non-life.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conservation_of_energy
Conservation of energy. Basic law of physics.
And I`m sure you`ve heard of the "Big Bang". Enough to know how to look it up yourself, though as it involves very complex astrophysics, that we are still investigating.
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Male 52
@Wildcats- You quoted it yourself.."Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion". Passing a law and spending taxpayer money
on a belief of ANY invisible man in the sky is an establishment of religion.(definition of religion-A strong belief in supernatural powers or powers that control human destiny.) You have the right to believe what you want, but leave my government and tax dollars out of it.
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Male 206
I gotta buy some pepsi
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Female 20
It`s not about freedom OF religion, it`s about freedom FROM religion.
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Male 25,416
lol
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Male 6,737
Damn right
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Male 237
I love how every time this kind of issue comes up someone says something about freedom of religion.

Here`s something to think about: All major religions believe in God is some form or another with the exception of Buddhism and atheism (which are the only two I can think of off the top of my head). No where do the statements "under God" or "In God we trust" do they refer to the Christian God.

BTW, the establishment clause specifically states "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof" meaning that Congress can establish no church and cannot prevent you from practicing your own religion. Again, all these statements do no refer to any specific god or gods and it doesn`t prohibit you from worshiping how you feel led.

Now while this may be true, I do personally believe that any god other than the God of the Bible is false but anyone else has the right to worship who th
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Male 400
Wow!
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Male 261
everything governemental related should be Secular
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Male 1,365
Thermodynamics is a lie? Wow.. if you do not believe the easiest thing in science to prove as an absolute.... then you are f#cked..really. Energy does not die..it is transitional, and even in transition, unless absolute zero -479.5 degrees, there is molecular action in all elements..even rocks will have conductive heat transfer taking place.
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Male 215
I`m copying that for the next time I need to say something like that.
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Male 9
Somewhere, out there, are people who think that making different choices in the brand of soda they purchase will get them closer to God. Im a self-proclaimed `religious fanatic` and please don`t group me in with these people
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Male 2,419
oh USA, still stuck on Comte stage 1 I see?
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Male 93
@lots of people.

Yea.. shouldn`t have included the dumb remark. No reason to jab unnecessarily. My points were threefold.
1) It`s inappropriate to turn every conversation into a major debate. This thread is one. That was not. He answered a series of one liners with a 5 paragraph rebuttal essay. That`s annoying in any and all situations regardless of context.
2) Yes, I assumed (possibly incorrectly) that the person is an atheist. Given the tone, I think it`s highly likely.
3) @whocares3725. That`s not venom, that`s bunk. Given the facts that we know right now, life always comes from life, and energy always dissipates. These are the huge missing pieces. Where did life come from? Where did the energy, matter, and movement of all things come from? It can`t just start by itself. To believe that life, energy, matter were created all on their own is in direct conflict with everything we know about science. This doesn`t prove God outright, but necessitates something a-natu
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Male 4
LazyMe, I agree with the energy part, but the life part not so sure, if we know thats EXACTLY how it happened...why not just replicate that again and again, im not saying that god is the almighty answer but im also not saying that science has the exact answer either
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Male 809
This is a bullpoo rumor that pepsi denies. 5cats is a moron and so is the guy who wants to boycott pepsi for no reason
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Female 734
@5Cats Which study are you reffering to specifically? I`d like to read more about it.
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Male 10,440
I wish I didn`t write that. I fear I might have just rattled his bars. But it`s just so easy!
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Male 10,440
[quote] It is true that current science cannot explain how life came from non-life, OR how energy came from non-engery. [/quote]
Nope. Energy and matter are interchangeable. I can make energy by converting a small amount of mass into it. Life on the other hand is a self-replicating non-random system which arose from clusters of chemical compounds with the ability to copy themselves which arose from the random congregation of a variety of other chemical compounds, ie, non life.

I believe they teach you that in grade 10 science, or did you not get through high school?

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Male 260
point maker makes point
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Male 210
5cats - I work as a lawyer in a lot of cancer cases. Silicates have nothing to do with eating them, it`s breathing them you idiot. Also stop commenting on this. You live in Canada - it doesn`t affect you, notwithstanding your clearly unparalleled genius.
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Male 40,739
50% chance you`ll get stomach cancer!
Not joking, it was a real study (using rats of course, poor rats!) in California. They force-fed rats sand (not 5 pounds, that`s a human-sized dose) until half of them got cancer. It took several months. They almost BANNED "particle silicate" aka SAND in Cali! lolz!

Yay science! SOOOO much nicer than religion.
(I kid! I know that science, like war, can be ugly at times, but is neccessary)
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Male 40,739
@LazyMe - It is true that current science cannot explain how life came from non-life, OR how energy came from non-engery. Keyword: current! I have little doubt humans will figure it out eventually :)

@Altaru: thanks for the further clarification, eh? It does seem like Blue got the "in God We Trust" part wrong tho. "Wasn`t added to" sounds a LOT like "wasn`t ON".

That whole "Bellamy Salute" thing? Bullpoo of the lowest order. So WHAT if it "looks like Heil Hitler" WTF! Bellamy started it in 1892, NO NAZIS were around then! Of course in 1942 it was changed, DUH! But trying to equate Bellamy with Nazis (in 1892!) is lame-o!

@PopedJoker: yes @jbwhite IS serious, it`s a fine idea! I know smoking weed = cancer, that`s why I inject it! I smoke heroin, like a REAL MAN!

@SmilinSam: it`s true! fyi sand causes cancer too! If you were to eat 5-6 pounds of sand a day, for several months, 50% you`ll get stomach can
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Male 210
Seriously. I`ll vote for any president that promises to return this country to a true separation of church and state.
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Female 3,598
@PopedJoker... oh THANK your for your OH SO SCIENTIFIC *sources* in explaining your propaganda(/sarcasm) everything can give you cancer, you just have to figure out what is worth it, you wanna have fun or you wanna die trying?
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Male 2,591
Whatever. They should take everything off everything so everyone has nothing to complain about. Well they`ll complain about the absence of there not being anything to b.itch at.
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Male 556
Man deserves a handshake.
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Female 2,120
Oh snap.
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Male 37
@ jbwhite
sounds good, except weed can give you cancer. 3 joints are equivalent to 20 ciggerates. So by telling putting "smoke weed" on the US currency your encouraging not only a drug that is illegal in most states but is worse then tobacco. so smoke it up, you wont feel the effects.
Sorce(s) here here and a video by WYOTK

oh, im not trying to criticize anybody, just a lower-then-average idea.(although in hindsight he MIGHT be joking.)


in the end though who cares? they
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Female 328
Shouldn`t it be "freedom FROM religious persecution", not "freedom for"?
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Male 1,292
They should take all that religious bullpoo off money... and replace it with `Smoke Weed`. I think it better speaks to peace and love for all and acceptance and one-ship of the world.
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Male 251
Wikipedia makes a distinction between coinage and currency; so within that distinction, the criticism is valid, at least according to Wikipedia, which cites the U.S. treasury website with a link that is broken due to website restructuring. I found the new address here: http://www.treasury.gov/about/education/Pages/in-god-we-trust.aspx
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Male 55
i really don`t see why everyone gets into this heated `Atheist vs. Religion` bullpoo.
Just leave it at: WE ARE dratING ATHEISTS. AND WE DON`T BELIEVE IN YOUR poo. GET THE drat OVER IT
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Male 3,482
Fivezones
[quote]Mostly correct except the pledge was originally created in the September 8, 1892 issue of the popular children`s magazine The Youth`s Companion as part of the National Public-School Celebration of Columbus Day, a celebration of the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus`s arrival in the Americas (not to sell flags, which sounds retarded anyway) [/quote]
Fail.

He was RIGHT about the flags. You`re right too, in that it did show up in the magazine, but he wasn`t wrong.

What he WAS wrong about was the currency. "In God We Trust" started appearing in 1864, was permitted up until 1955, and in 1956 the law was passed that REQUIRED it on all currency.
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Male 741
uber pwnd
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Male 322
The explanatory guy is a douche.
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Female 1,203
THANK YOU! Intelligence beats religious fanatics every time.
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Male 28
In God We Trust.....All Others Pay Cash.
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Male 47
pwnd.
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Male 10,440
[quote] Imagine if every time an atheist speaks up people jump all over themm and point out that science doesn`t support the notion of life coming from non life and energy creating itself. Yet these are things atheists have to believe in order to maintain their no-god belief system. It`s so contradictory [/quote]

*cough* right.

@yusuksomuch I was being generous. Don`t count yourself as one of the 4.

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Female 165
He`s right about the "under God" part, but "In God we Trust" Has been used on currency since the 1860`s. He`s also correct about the Country being founded upon freedom, including freedom of religion. I dunno, interesting argument.
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Male 40,739
@Oscola: Thx! I nearly laughed to death when I wrote "Roman Sarcastic" :-)
Congrats on 300... wait a minute, it`s 301! Fibber!
I forgot to even mention your obvios BIAS! mister osCOLA!!!!



YUP! @Cutie9778 is correct! It`s kinda hard to see in this low pixil, but there it is!
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Male 349
Oooh and I just hit my 300th comment. It may not be much of a milestone, but in the Methodist Sarcastians it is the most holy of numbers. And as I was mentioning you at the time 5cats it means I literally (technically) (virtually) (hypothetically) ejaculated pixels all over you. I would ask you to return the favour but I don`t accept gifts from those who have lost faith. Happy Sarcantaal Day for the morning everyone.
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Female 7
I call B.S. on this one. I have an 1880 silver dollar that has "In God We Trust" on it.
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Male 349
5cats, did you just double sarc me then? I can`t tell any more. (not sarc)

P.S. I wasn`t being sarky to cobrakiller. "amen blue" was the shortest possible ironic comment for this post. (not sarc)

P.P.S. I wasn`t being sarky about people cashing in on disasters. (not sarc)

P.P.P.S. Please everyone continue the religion vs science debate. We`re almost there guys. Another few ranting comments and I think we`ll know for sure who`s right. (not sarc) (Zike) (sarc) (double bluff sarc).
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Male 734
@LazyMe484 Well, if I assumed that all Canadians were like you, I could also assume that all Canadians are ignorant non-nice individuals who would condemn an entire nation of people as stupid because of something trivial.

But I won`t, because that would be asinine.
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Male 40,739
@Oscola: you are obviously a Sarcastic person. As an Acastic person myself, I just hate it when you take your sarcasm and rub it in the face of `facts` and `evidence` like being all sarky makes it true! I used to believe in Sarcasm when I was young, my parents were Roman Sarcastics, but grew out of it.
(/sarc)

Seriously @bianchi, lecturing someone on IAB... oh wait, are you a Sarcastic person too? (lolz)

Nice work @fivezones, I hope some IABers gain some intelligence after reading your post. (not sarc!)
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Male 349
It`s hard to tell if Cobrakillers comment was a glimpse of subtle genius or not.
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Male 1,008
4 out of 5 candiens are statistically eh-holes
4 out of 5 europeans are statisically oi-holes
4 out 5 asians are statistically hu-holes
4 out 5 martians are statisically gew-holes

dumbasses
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Male 7,830
amen blue.
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Male 1,590
And I`ve been boycotting Pepsi all these years because I don`t like the taste...
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Male 1,598
It doesn`t say anywhere that the blue one is an atheist. He`s just more sensible than the others, regardless of his beliefs.
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Male 101
I would sooo like to see the reply of the boycotting guy. :)
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Male 2,440
The Pledge itself is stupid horsesh*t anyway.
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Male 25,416
Owned comes to mind
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Female 606
Oh, I see... Mr Blue also captured this screen and sent it to the ones in charge so everyone can see how witty and smart and enlightened he is. Hooray. You win the internetz, Mr Blue!

Seriously, I don`t know if that was warranted. Was it necessary to embarrass this person? Seriously? Lecturing someone on FB? Get a life, man. Oh well. Whatever.
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Female 1,148
This won so hard..
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Male 10,440
Looks like 4 of 5 Americans, statistically, are batsh*t stupid.

Bad odds indeed, yet not bad enough that we can start making blanket assumptions.
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Male 756
so how do you say owned in russian?
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Male 965
Zing!
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Male 1,625
=) History: Look it up, bitches.
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Male 90
@sgibson12 Its quite ignorant of you to deduce from the above notion that the one that speaks out the truth is an atheist! He could be from some other religion! So that makes you the dumb.

And anyway atheists have no such thing as "no-god belief system". Atheists don`t believe in anything. They just approve or disapprove ideas. If you give ample evidence of God existing, I am sure atheists will be more than happy to come under a religion. Unlike the religious who say to scientists -"God put it there to test your faith"
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Male 349
The only reason to boycott something like that isn`t because it omits a part of the pledge or because it doesn`t share your same religious values, but because it`s another example of counting down the ticker to cash in on disasters. Even though this was a hoax. P.S. Please continue the science Vs. Religion debate because I have a funny feeling that we`re almost at a breakthrough here, finally, on the digital plains of IAB, after years of debate between people who have no real expertise in the field, I think we`re going to crack this nut and find out once and for all who is right, the Atheists or the Religious. Continue.
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Male 1,021
Mostly correct except the pledge was originally created in the September 8, 1892 issue of the popular children`s magazine The Youth`s Companion as part of the National Public-School Celebration of Columbus Day, a celebration of the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus`s arrival in the Americas (not to sell flags, which sounds retarded anyway)

Also it was Dr. Pepper, not Pepsi and IT WAS 10 YEARS AGO
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Male 559
"Imagine if every time an atheist speaks up people jump all over themm and point out that science doesn`t support the notion of life coming from non life and energy creating itself. Yet these are things atheists have to believe in order to maintain their no-god belief system. It`s so contradictory."

Wow... the creation of what we now know as "life" happened when molecules in the primordial soup made primarily of proteins and carbohydrates were quantified by lightning, ultimately creating the precursors to RNA. (which has been done...I`ve done it myself in Post Doc.) Energy didn`t, nor does it, create itself, and no one is positing it as such. Believe what you like, but don`t make fun of people who are making progress through research and experimentation. What is great and terrible about our country is that you get to keep expounding your believes, even as it drags down our math, science and reading scores compared to more civilized and rational nations.
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Male 1,081
@Neko Sik

That last sentence seemed pretty rude to me.
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Female 1,798
"And atheists are dumb." So are bible-thumping closed-minded Christians :)
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Male 310
@sgibson12 Although you`re going to make me look like I`m proving your point about "atheists jumping into conversation" I`ll ignore this since it seems your question was aimed at me, so I`m just replying.

People CAN`T say that science doesn`t support that because based on what we know now, its the most logical explanations (i.e. better than "god did it"). Should new, statistical or experimentally backed evidence arise that disproves the current theories, I`m sure atheists would change their minds and accept those new, more evidenced theories. Religious nuts, on the other hand, refuse to believe in proofs and stick to their "god did it" explanation.

I do, however, agree on people bringing religion into every. single. debate. Just one of the reasons we shouldn`t have to worry about it, but hey, that`s just my beliefs.

Hows that snake venom feel?
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Male 1,931
PWND!
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Male 53
@sgibson12 -- How are atheists dumb? I don`t want to necessarily call god lovers dumb, but accepting a whole way of life on blind faith is...well...dumb.
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Male 515
I like Mr. blue here
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Female 1,478
And I`ll buy Pepsi `cause I damn well like it, not because someone does or does not put a religious/national statement on it.
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Male 768
"It`s always nice when an atheist jumps into a conversation. It`s kind of like getting a bucket a snake venom thrown on you. Imagine if every time an atheist speaks up people jump all over themm and point out that science doesn`t support the notion of life coming from non life and energy creating itself. Yet these are things atheists have to believe in order to maintain their no-god belief system. It`s so contradictory.

Anyhow, it gets old when people insert heated religious debate into every casual conversation. And atheists are dumb."
No. Just, no.
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Female 696
Awesome person that blue. I love people like him. People who can educate without sounding arrogant or rude, yelling at people trying to force them to understand. Blue is a good person
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Male 2,506
Now is anyone gonna research any of that, or are we taking his word for it?
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Female 1,478
I agree, yet I don`t. "In God We Trust" is what Americans have adopted as one of our slogans, and I`m for that. I see no problem in keeping with our relatively new tradition. The statement, "But people who don`t believe in your Jesus should just go back home, right?".. now -that- is ignorant. My religious beliefs are my own, and I don`t push them on anyone. My opinions, however.. :D
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Female 2,927
*don`t really give a crap either way, and drinks coke anyway.
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Male 1,081
@sgibson12

I don`t think most atheists believe in energy creating itself.
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Female 180
YAY BLUE!! :D
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Male 15,510
Its what happen with many people, they fight for something not even knowing its background history
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Male 93
It`s always nice when an atheist jumps into a conversation. It`s kind of like getting a bucket a snake venom thrown on you. Imagine if every time an atheist speaks up people jump all over themm and point out that science doesn`t support the notion of life coming from non life and energy creating itself. Yet these are things atheists have to believe in order to maintain their no-god belief system. It`s so contradictory.

Anyhow, it gets old when people insert heated religious debate into every casual conversation. And atheists are dumb.
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Female 93
*politely applaudes Mr. Blue*
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Male 2,619
In short, what blue meant to say was......"shut the fu*k up you whiny little bitch"
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Male 218
The only thing he/ she left out was that the can in question was actually Dr. Pepper (not distributed by Pepsi), manufactured in November 2001 after the 9/11 attacks. How in the hell were they going to put the whole pledge on a can of soda anyway? Really, really tiny print?
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Female 1,324
@LionHeart

or just the fact that he did his research and checked his facts, and has a good point that they just recognize the fact that not all American`s are christian or the like. Soooo...

:D

I agree with what he says, too. A lot of people are offended that it`s taken out of the pledge, but if we truly want to be equal we should anyway... A lot of American`s are muslim, Jehovah`s wittness (I probably butched the spelling, sorry...) catholic, christian, jewish, wiccan, protestant, mormon, presbyterian, agnostic, athiest, buddhist, shinto, etc.
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Male 1,674
Looks like the poster didn`t do his research. This "new" pepsi can is about 10 years old now.
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Male 3,060
people will always find something to bitch about.
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Female 2,525
Pwned.
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Male 47
Facebook makes me hate everybody I know.
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Female 474
So well said and polite. I applaud this person.
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Male 612
can i still boycott pepsi because it tastes like garbage mixed with a lot of sugar?
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Male 13
remind me never to go to a party with Mr Blue here... same old sarcastic self-righteousness but with an extra twist of boring pedantry.
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Male 3,819
Sometimes I despise Facebook with every fiber of my being for the way it gives any idiot a platform to speak on.

... but then I see things like this and know it`s all worth it.
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Male 521
Wow, he wrote many words so he must be an intellectual and everyone should listen to him.

That`s how it works right?
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Male 379
pwnd
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Female 96
Bravo.
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Female 491
Zing!
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Male 193
Pepsi. For when they don`t have coke.
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Male 1,595
Yeah!

Go home everyone else!
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Male 168
I lol`d
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Male 128
WIN
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Male 1,116
Those damn Pepsi-making heathens!
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Male 289
BURRRRRN!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Male 1,371
Link: Facebook User Rallies For A Pepsi Boycott [Pic] [Rate Link] - Unfortunately, he doesn`t do his research and fails miserably.
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