Great Catholic priest joke, great observation, great quote, and a little dessert

I’ve been very busy of late, but I wanted to post regardless of a considerable lack of substance.

“What’s the difference between a Catholic priest and acne? Acne doesn’t come on a boy’s face until he’s 13 or so.”

“The most atheistic societies on the planet, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Sweden, these are the healthiest places to live by really every relevant factor. From violent crime, to gender equality, educational attainment, per capital income, infant mortality, etc.”

“Ethical people will do what is right, no matter what they are told. Religious people will do what they are told, no matter what is right.”

“I disagree with majority secular opinion. Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ isn’t a swill of Christian torture-porn and anti-Semitic hogwash, but one of the greatest comedies I’ve seen in years!”
–Me

3 Responses to “Great Catholic priest joke, great observation, great quote, and a little dessert”

  1. I hardly comment, but after looking at through a few of the comments on this page Great Catholic priest
    joke, great observation, great quote, and a little dessert
    | Atheist Asshole. I actually do have a few questions for you if
    you do not mind. Could it be simply me or do some of these remarks look like they are written by brain dead
    visitors? 😛 And, if you are writing on additional
    social sites, I’d like to follow anything new you have to post. Could you make a list of every one of all your social sites like your Facebook page, twitter feed, or linkedin profile?

    • Hi Irving,

      I can’t comment on the comments at the moment because I’m not looking at them, but maybe they’re all brain dead. 🙂 I’m somewhat active on Twitter @antonahill and I have a Facebook page that I barely pay attention to. My Tumblr site, which I also barely pay attention to, is AtheistAsshole.Tumblr.com. You’re right; I should have a page listing that stuff. I’ll get on that.

      Best,

      Anton.

  2. […] but some of the big ones, like Chuck Heston’s The Ten Commandments and Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ I genuinely enjoyed on multiple levels, only one of them a snarky, sarcastic […]

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