The Story Of Suzie

Submitted by: Crabes 4 years ago in

No matter happens she pray
There are 28 comments:
Female 2,691
Uhm, this is too heavy. Could we have a couple of big guys to lift it?
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Male 174
People without faith do not understand those with faith.
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Male 1,106
Debate 101: Regardless of the validity of your opponents arguments, make fun of them and mock them. It`s trickery, it`s cheap, but it`s highly effective.
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Male 2,579
Everyone is increasing in knowledge but decreasing in wisdom.
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Male 15,270
This is an oldie but goodie.

Religious people are so retarded.

"Oh god saaaave me!" PEW PEW!
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Male 40,764
@robthelurker: LOLZ! Nice!

Before the "Big Game" your home must look like a slaughterhouse, eh? ;-)

"Honey? Where are the kids?"
"Shhh! The Big Game is starting!"
LOLZ! OMG... it`s funny!
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Male 40,764
[quote]People might want to thank science that provided them with a cure, what would people thank god for?[/quote]

They thank God that those smart, hard working people chose to work so hard to help others. Makes perfect sense to me!

[quote]Praying doesn`t hurt unless you forgo actual solutions with prayer in their place.[/quote]
I agree 100% @unmercyfuldu! Spot on!
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Male 3,682
she`s praying all wrong. there needs to be sacrifices like back in the day. i dont know about you, but i feel a hell of a lot better getting on a plane after making the appropriate sacrifices to the god of flying, and i never forget to make the appropriate sacrifices to the god of line ups when i go to the dmv.
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Male 3,842
@unmerciful [quote]Everyone hopefully knows that wishing for luck and wanting things to be a certain way has no impact on the outcome. Those who pray actually think it changes things.[/quote]

You and I would hope they realize that, but look how many sports fans think their favorite professional team is winning because they are wearing their "lucky jersey" while watching on TV.

[quote]People might want to thank science that provided them with a cure, what would people thank god for?[/quote]

For their recovery to good health? I`m not religious but I think religious people thank God for their health when they recover with the help of science and medicine.
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Male 40,764
Written and produced by: people who DO NOT believe in Jesus!
Don`t believe me? it says so in the credits!

@Gerry1: The actual saying is: Trust in God, but don`t expect Him to do everything FOR YOU.

Mohammed said something similar. After one of his top Generals gave away all his possessions,
PM(pbuh) asked: What will you do now? How will you live?
General: Allah Will take care of me! Allah Akbar!
PM(pbuh): Don`t you think Allah has enough people to take care of already? Why do you make His work harder?

The General asked to get his stuff back... cute story!
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Male 39,941

Trust in God -But get that cough checked by a real doctor.
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Female 6,381
An oldie, but still a classic. I`m sure it`s the work of Satan, his minions, etc., etc., but I`d love to send this to a couple of people I know were it not for the unholy commotion it would cause.
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Male 6,227
THIS! VV

[quote]What I learned from this vid is that no matter what li`l Suzie was grateful. This world could use a whole lot more gratitude. Especially from the youth of today.[/quote]

I`ll only add that Susie probably has a more optimistic outlook, a happier disposition, and a better sense of what really matters in life (hint: It`s not your iPhone) than some of her non-praying neighbors.

(Note that I said "some": Many atheists are great people, just as some Christians are horrible.)
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Female 1,467
What I dislike hearing is the people that go on and on about how blessed they are and god shows its love by saving them from themselves but never thanking god for the random good things. If I was nonsecular I`d totally be thanking my deity for working it out that I got to see a daisy growing in the middle of the street. Or letting me see that "abandoned" police car at a local donut shop.
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Male 762
@Gerry1of1

Praying doesn`t hurt unless you forgo actual solutions with prayer in their place. Like all those children of parents in the Christian Science church who refuse hospital care for faith healing.
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Male 762
@LandoGriffin

Everyone hopefully knows that wishing for luck and wanting things to be a certain way has no impact on the outcome. Those who pray actually think it changes things. People might want to thank science that provided them with a cure, what would people thank god for? You try to draw lines connecting atheism and religion on a very superficial basis but do a great job showing the difference between the two.
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Male 3,842
This video isn`t convincing or interesting at all, because what an atheist would call luck, or the laws of probability, Suzie calls "God." I see no contradiction there. If I`m playing dice, I`m going to hope I roll the point number. If Suzie is playing dice, she would "pray" that she rolls the point number. We both have the same probability of winning, but where I call it luck, she calls it "God" - what`s the difference?

When doctors heal injuries or treat disease with medicine, Suzie says "thank God" and the Atheists say "thank science."

My dad (an Atheist) has actually muttered the phrase "Jonas Salk be praised!" and has a little framed photo of Watson and Crick above his desk where most people would have a religious icon.
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Male 5,872
Suzie prayed for four fingers on each hand, but is still waiting...
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Male 334
personally i dont think anyone should try to convince people that believe in a diety that they may be astray. No matter what belief structure they hang on to. But at the same time, it would be better if those that do, dont force others to hold true to what ever they believe in.

just my two cents
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Male 3,285
@cold canuck. You arent on 4chan now. Stop trying to act e-tuff. I guess you just like to overuse stupid catchphrases.
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Male 7,031
They covered all the bases here.

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Male 69
ahhh, the flying spaghetti monster indeed! a fellow holy man i have found. lol :P
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Female 688
Shouldn`t that be
"No matter what happens, she prays."
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Male 39,941

I don`t see that it helps to pray, but it doesn`t hurt either.
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Male 2,711
You know, I pray every day to the Most Revered Flying Spaghetti Monster with much the same results. I`m starting to doubt his Supreme existence...
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Male 246
HA ha ha ha ha...

Poor atheists... They make me laugh.
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Male 296
yeah, I remember when I was an edgy teen atheist and thought others needed to stop being religious.



Then i stopped being an edgy teen atheist
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Male 1,284
Link: The Story Of Suzie [Rate Link] - No matter happens she pray
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