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There are so many more, but they didn't all fit into the same pie... | SJW TRIGGERS | DJT is your president., Global warming/climate change is a hoax., THE EARTH IS FLAT., JESUS CHRIST IS LORD., There are only t | image tagged in funny,pie charts,sjw,trigger | made w/ Imgflip pie chart maker
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SO MANY TRIGGERS SO LITTLE TIME | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Funny how most of those have conservative counterparts :)

Feminists are women

Bronies and ComicCon attendees are normal people just like yourself

Not everyone is completely male or completely female

Jesus is a dead apocalyptic kook who suffered from severe mental disorders and delusions

The earth is not flat (please tell me you don't actually believe it is)

Climate change is a real thing

Barack Obama served two full terms as president, and Roy Moore lost the Alabama senate race

And some others:
Evolution is real
Humans are animals
Earth is not 6,000 years old
The universe was not created specially for us
Heaven and Hell don't exist
The Bible contains many mistakes
Moses was an accessory to child [email protected]
Your god allows abortions to happen
Teachers cannot lead students in prayer
The Constitution doesn't mention Jesus or Christianity anywhere
The United States does not have a Christian government
Islam is constitutionally protected
Prayer doesn't work
Abortion is legal
Your religious beliefs are false
Blasphemy is constitutionally protected
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I'ma try to make this comment more verbose to make a point to rightwingers. ;)

Feminists are women--> The individuals who partake in the movement known as "feminism" are in fact biologically female human beings.
Bronies and ComicCon attendees are normal people just like yourself--> Men in the My Little Pony subculture and nerds cosplaying as fictional characters for a festival are in fact ordinary human specimens just like a Republican or a conservative.
Not everyone is completely male or completely female--> Humans, being the complicated species they are, cannot be simply organized into two boxes. Sure, the idea that 63 or 98 genders is ridiculous and illogical, but the idea that there are two and people must conform to either of them is also an act of trying to gain superiority out of people who think differently.
Jesus is a dead apocalyptic kook who suffered from severe mental disorders and delusions--> I'm going to make a different meaning here. Jesus was a human specimen who lived prior to the Common Era, considered a Messiah. His teachings inspired the idea of generosity in his followers, which scared the Roman Government. As a result, his different thoughts led to his execution, which ended up being via crucifixion, or hanging from a cross for the rest of one's life.
Climate change is a real thing--> Climate change, sometimes called "global warming", is the name describing the phenomenon that humanity has been shifting the planet's weather patterns through greenhouse gases and pollution. Although a controversial issue, it has been confirmed by 97% of scientists, who measure the record high temperatures and get comparatively new ones every year.
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WALLTEXT-Y BUT...GOOD | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Damn! :D
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Yup. ;P
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;)
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Evolution is real--> A scientific theory first thought of by Charles Darwin, evolution is the idea that every species around us, including ourselves, have had ancestors with differing survival traits and physiological details from the current living specimen. This theory can be proven and has been proven through means of scientific conducts and methods, particularly through fossil records and comparison of modern day animals to prehistoric creatures.
Humans are animals--> The species known in Latin as the homo sapien is in fact a mammal: a group of animals named for giving birth via pregnancy and giving offspring early nourishment through the tissue called the mammalian gland.
Earth is not 6,000 years old--> Commonly an idea associated with Creationism, Young Earth belief is the idea that the planet that which homo sapiens live on and thrive off of is in fact only a few thousand years old. However, science states otherwise, giving evidence out that the earth is in fact trillions of years old rather than being a mere few thousand.
The universe was not created specially for us--> An absurd notion believed by certain humans where they think that the world was specifically made for their own survival and perfections in life. This can be disproven by the mere existence of other species. For example, the Predatory Tunicate lives a life more perfect and simple than the life a Christian conservative can ever dream of having. The Tunicate is born with an asexual parent and floats off as a larvae until it hits and takes root in a rock, which then becomes its home. After growing, the tunicate keeps a gaping mouth open to trap wondering fish and plankton inside, and closes it to secrete digestive juices to absorb nutrients.
Heaven and Hell don't exist--> An idea perpetrated from several religions, particularly the Abrahamic religions, that people who do harm and people who do good will go to respective places after death. However, it is unlikely that the two locations exist, given that the locations have only been named in fiction novels like the Bible or the Quran, and that a number of things have been thought about in regards to life after death.
The Bible contains many mistakes--> The book known as the Bible does not follow scientific history fluently enough to be a source of facts.
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Moses was an accessory to child [email protected]> In Numbers 31:1-18, Moses killed Israelite men and kept young women for himself. "But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves."
Your god allows abortions to happen--> It has often been propagated by atheists that God does nothing that Christians or Muslims want to happen. However, when all is said is done, a lot of what the atheists say is true: Abortions: millions; Gods stopping abortions: 0. The deity known as God has not shown any sign of wanting unborn fetuses to be born after being conceived.
Teachers cannot lead students in prayer--> A few decades ago, several schools were Christian themed and students had to pray along with other students. However, laws were passed to disallow Christian themes to allow students of other beliefs to feel welcomed in the education system.
The Constitution doesn't mention Jesus or Christianity anywhere--> A document written as the Supreme Law of the land in the United States showcases no evidence of a supreme being being a reason behind the writings of the laws in the Constitution.
The United States does not have a Christian government--> The government in the United States is secular-based, or has no religious basis for the laws set out. This includes Christian-based governments.
Islam is constitutionally protected--> The First Amendment of the Constitution specifically allows the practice of any religion in the United States. This includes the practice of Islam.
Prayer doesn't work--> The idea that whispering between hands to a supreme being or deity will solve problems has long been propagated by religious texts. However, there has been no scientific evidence that prayer has solved any of the world's current problems, and has more than often been used as a tool of selfishness than a tool of helping others.
Abortion is legal--> This may come as a disappointment to pro-life believers, but the fact is that President Trump has made no major movements to prevent abortions in the United States.
Your religious beliefs are false--> Sorry to burst your bubble, but the ideas in your head given to you by religious texts (and religious parents) are inherently not scientifically or evidence based. As a result, I can point out fallacies in your arguments constructed based on illogical learnings.
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Blasphemy is constitutionally protected--> Insult or criticism to belief in a supreme being, or a supreme being, can be offensive to some. However, those people are not guaranteed full protections from the government to have their feelings not broken, and the right to be insulted is protected by the First Amendment in the Constitution.
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Haha :)
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Please explain
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It's a joke about atheism:There IS a God, atheists just choose NOT to believe in Him...
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I don't choose not to believe in god. I simply don't believe he exists. It's not a choice, like choosing what clothes to wear or what to eat for lunch.
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A very reliable source has informed me that Hell, is, in fact, other people. By that definition, we are already in Hell. Can you confirm or deny these rumours?
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Wut?
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True. AND HOLY SHIT THIS THREAD IS LONG!
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What mistakes does the bible contain?
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Too many to list here, but here are some

-it says there is an animal that breathes fire and smoke. No known animal, extant or extinct, can breathe fire and smoke
-it says that stars can fall from the sky and land on Earth. This is physically impossible
-it says that if you have livestock mate in front of a striped stick, they'll produce striped offspring
-the gospels can't agree on whether the stone was already rolled away or not when the women got to the tomb on Easter morning
-it says the Earth came before the Sun
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Honestly anyone who believes that the Earth is flat these days should be sterilized, be kept away from sharp objects and volatile chemicals, and probably locked away in a rubber room for the rest of their lives. I mean, I'm Pagan and believe in some strange stuff but damn. These people make Scientologists look sane.
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I don't think you know what hypocrisy means. I said that Islam is constitutionally protected, which it is. So is Christianity. I can mock Islam, and I can mock Christianity. Mocking something doesn't mean it isn't constitutionally protected.

All religions are constitutionally protected, as is my right to mock them.
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It's not a double standard, either

Think about me whatever you want. It's fine. You seem to be a trollish and uneducated person, thinking that a god must exist for me to not believe in it. By that logic, magical flying unicorns must exist, because I don't believe in them, either.
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You don't believe in Magical Unicorns?? :OOO

I'm offended!

;)
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;DDD
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technically, if you are physically capable of imagining something LIKE a magical flying unicorn it therefore exists BECAUSE you imagined it so, granted its only confirmed to exist metaphysically, but if it can be thought about, it therefore exists, so even if there is no actual big bearded god in the sky, there is a metaphysical god in the minds of all capable of imagining a god, so the phrase "god is in all of us" DOES infact have scientific evidence to support it, just not in the sense the religious people claim it to be (well, probably)
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Don't apologize, you were right the first time. OM is a "foul and repugnant" hypocrite, straight from a viper's pit.
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:D
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pocket_dogs is right, you are a hypocrite. You CAN mock Islam, but you never do. I dare you to mock Mohammed the way you mock Jesus Christ. I double-dog dare you.
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How's this for mocking Islam? I have a tattoo of this Mohammad cartoon on my arm. It's literally inked onto my body.
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It's a start, but it's not nearly at the same level of vulgarity you've used when mocking Jesus. I mean, a bomb on Mohammed's turban? Big deal. Anyone offended by that is a weak pansy.
Why did you have this tattooed on your arm, btw? Shouldn't a tattoo beautify?
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"Anyone offended by that is a weak pansy."

I could say the same thing about people who are offended by what I say about Jesus.

"Why did you have this tattooed on your arm, btw? Shouldn't a tattoo beautify?"

Tattoos can be for whatever reason the person getting them wants. I got this as a tattoo to represent my opposition to self-censorship.
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You must have a very low opinion of non-sjws if you think they believe the earth is flat.
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>believing in a flat Earth
>implying anyone who doesn't is an 'SJW'

I'm sure you have some kind of mental illness, but I don't think there's a name for it yet.
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; )
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whats maga?
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It stands for My Angry Grandpa Again, which is the thing you say when your Trump-supporting Grandpa goes on racist rants at the Christmas dinner table.
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got it, thanks!
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I'm what you would no doubt call an 'SJW', and the only thing that 'triggers' me about this meme is that it makes no sense as a pie chart.
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The earth is flat is the only one I have because it is a blatant lie.
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