Talk:Essay: Militant atheism and short man's syndrome

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as can be seen [HERE] and [HERE]

WHERE AND WHERE? ScottDG 17:01, 31 December 2011 (EST)

I inserted the links shortly after creating those. Conservative 17:54, 31 December 2011 (EST)

Exceptions

I was hoping to add an exceptions section, but for some reason the page is locked. Obese atheist Stephen Fry, for example, is 6'4". For atheist Richard Darwinism I can only find on-line the information "there are no public sources confirming Richard Dawkins' height". Come on SeƱor Dawkins - what have you got to hide? --QPR 09:17, 2 January 2012 (EST)

Seems he's 5 feet 10 inches.[1] --RFColleton 09:26, 2 January 2012 (EST)
Thanks - well spotted. Bang on the average then. Shame. --QPR 09:34, 2 January 2012 (EST)
Bang on the average for a young English or American adult, unfortunately. Dawkins is 70. When he was born the average Englishman was 5 foot 8. PZ Myers is shorter though. From photos of him and Dawkins together I'd say he's about 5 foot 8 too, which puts him slightly below the average for a 54 year old American. --RFColleton 10:01, 2 January 2012 (EST)
Richard Dawkins is an agnostic and atheist poser. He is nothing more than a weak atheist which is nothing more than agnostics pretending to be atheists. Atheist posers are intellectually atheist runts. :) William Lane Craig called out Christopher Hitchens on the definition of atheism during a debate and Hitchens was clearly rattled and childishly pretended his earpiece wasn't working. Shockofgod's question is very effective against atheist posers and proud atheists who clearly can't justify their atheism. Conservative 13:19, 2 January 2012 (EST)

90/10

Just looking at the history of this page, and it seems a bit harsh on Becky to block her on the 90/10 rule when she has made only one contribution to the whole of Conservapedia, and in addition to delete that very contribution so nobody can read it. Clearly anyone has to start with a single contribution, and it's as likely as not, that as a newcomer, they will go for a talk page rather than an article. Does every newcomer get treated this way? Technically they all breach 90/10. --QPR 09:41, 2 January 2012 (EST)

I see you are falling for the username Becky. Atheism clearly has a shortage of womenfolk and I suspect "Becky" was nothing more than a male atheist wiki dweller trying to gain mercy from the 90/10 rule (see: Atheism and women). It is kind of like male Muslims sneaking out of an area and avoiding capture wearing a burka! Conservative 13:25, 2 January 2012 (EST)
That's a somewhat circular (as well as an irrelevant) argument. You're saying that since you believe there are few women atheists, then anyone you suspect of being an atheist (and Becky said nothing to suggest that she was) cannot be a woman. And thus your belief that there are few women atheists is reinforced. But if you're focussing on my use of the feminine pronoun, you really are missing the point. --QPR 14:05, 2 January 2012 (EST)
Well it certainly seems as if some people have a SHORT temper concerning this essay. :) I showed a couple people the essay and they got a big laugh out of the essay. One person said his stomach hurt. :) Conservative 23:10, 5 January 2012 (EST)
Perhaps the person with stomach ache should consult a doctor. --PhilipN 23:21, 5 January 2012 (EST)
I have a feeling a YouTube video may come out discussing atheism's SHORTcomings. :) Perhaps, several YouTube videos. :) Conservative 03:49, 6 January 2012 (EST)
Sorry - evident sense of humour failure. So this is a spoof of Atheism and obesity after all. --QPR 08:13, 6 January 2012 (EST)
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