Katy Perry and I Had Similar Childhoods

August 3rd, 2010 // 171 Comments

Katy Perry is featured in the latest issue of Rolling Stone (above) where she opens up about her religious upbringing that she’s apparently only slightly abandoned to pursue a more lucrative career shooting whipped cream out of her tits. I say slightly abandoned because she seems to see nothing wrong with her parents literally babbling at each other and pretending it’s divine communication. Via CNN:

The California girl, who has “Jesus” tattooed on her left wrist, tells the magazine, “Speaking in tongues is as normal to me as ‘Pass the salt..’ It’s a secret, direct prayer language to God.” Perry, 25, adds that her dad usually speaks in tongues while her mom plays interpreter. “That’s their gift,” she explains.
“I wasn’t able to say I was lucky because my mother would rather us say that we were blessed, and she also didn’t like that lucky sounded like Lucifer.”
In fact, the quirky brunette reveals, “I wasn’t allowed to eat Lucky Charms, but I think that was the sugar. I think my mom lied to me about that one.”

WARNING: If you’re looking for witty comments peppered with penis jokes and/or are easily offended when someone points out Jesus is a fictional character, now would be a good time to abandon the post.

For those of you who don’t know, I grew up in an evangelical household – my father’s a pastor – so allow me to explain how “speaking in tongues” works in case you’ve only ever lived in a world of logic and reason: It’s bullshit. Complete and utter bullshit. Basically, in the heat of spiritual frenzy, you start babbling incoherent gibberish because somewhere in the Bible it says that bystanders heard Jesus’ disciples praying in “foreign tongues.” Except what you see in churches across America is people pretending to be on a direct wavelength with God and given an opportunity to demonstrate that fact so everyone can see how super-Christian they are. Again, bullshit. Even more bullshitty is Katy Perry’s mom claiming she can interpret it. It’s babble. Literal babble. That’s like saying you can communicate fluently with infants in their own language. “Baby Jimmy thinks this episode of Sesame Street is as loquacious as it is pedantic. Also, poop.”

I literally feel for Katy Perry. When I was 25, I also had a sense of the real world but wasn’t quite able to accept my parents’ belief as the intellectually bankrupt, man-made constructs they are without compromising my love and respect for them. Except I at least had the luxury of attending a secular high school and college instead of Christian “schools,” so I understand the indoctrination runs way deeper here. Though apparently not deep enough to ward off premarital British cock. So maybe there’s hope here yet.

*climbs off soapbox*

Photos: Rolling Stone

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  1. Katy Perry in Rolling Stone
    steve
    Commented on this photo:

    look at those personalities!!!!

  2. Katy Perry in Rolling Stone
    steve
    Commented on this photo:

    oh yeah….FIRST!!!!

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    Mdiz
    Commented on this photo:

    The things i’d eat out of her ass….

  4. Bruce

    You are beyond question the best writer doing this whole gossip blog thing. Kudos.

  5. Totally Serious

    I agree with this post.

  6. JB

    Been reading this site for years, this has gotta be one of my favorite posts

  7. What's The Problem?

    P-Ks always have a chip on their shoulder. Get over it.

    As for Katy Perry, may I have some more please?

  8. A logical person

    A lot of people here are falling for obvious trolls: i.e. religiophobes pretending to be Christians that spout nonsense in order to make Christians look bad.

    To say that science in any way disproves or is in any way incompatible with a belief in a Christian god is a categorically false assertion. Science is the how, Religion is the why.

    It amazes me how ignorant some people are in these threads, though. Let’s look at some of the common arguments:

    - Religion kills people with the crusades, etc. Sure, but you have to count Atheism as a religion, because a lot of destructive things are predicated on that belief (e.g. Communism). Atheism as a religion is 18.3 million percent worse in terms of deaths, and the death count for Atheism has exploded in the last century.
    - God is a stupid cloud guy in the sky and you are crazy to believe in him. Yet, modern physics tells us that there are 10,11, or 26 dimensions of space (String Theory) and that looking (that’s right, looking) at something changes it (Quantum Mechanics). Are we crazy because we believe this? Quantum Physics proves that all of Jesus’ miracles could happen without breaking a single law of physics (infinitesimally unlikely but still possible). See the works of noted mathematician and physicist Frank Tipler for more on this.

    If you want to learn more, you can visit some websites such as godandscience.org or read Dinesh D’Souza’s latest two books (which noted Atheist writer and now good friend of his Christopher Hitchens says are very well-argued).

  9. A logical person

    A lot of people here are falling for obvious trolls: i.e. religiophobes pretending to be Christians that spout nonsense in order to make Christians look bad.

    To say that science in any way disproves or is in any way incompatible with a belief in a Christian god is a categorically false assertion. Science is the how, Religion is the why.

    It amazes me how ignorant some people are in these threads, though. Let’s look at some of the common arguments:

    - Religion kills people with the crusades, etc. Sure, but you have to count Atheism as a religion, because a lot of destructive things are predicated on that belief (e.g. Communism). Atheism as a religion is 18.3 million percent worse in terms of deaths, and the death count for Atheism has exploded in the last century.
    - God is a stupid cloud guy in the sky and you are crazy to believe in him. Yet, modern physics tells us that there are 10,11, or 26 dimensions of space (String Theory) and that looking (that’s right, looking) at something changes it (Quantum Mechanics). Are we crazy because we believe this? Quantum Physics proves that all of Jesus’ miracles could happen without breaking a single law of physics (infinitesimally unlikely but still possible). See the works of noted mathematician and physicist Frank Tipler for more on this. He published these sorts of theories in top scientific journals like “Nature”. You know, the top science journal in the world?
    - when you die you just rot. Atheists that have had near death experiences disagree. Hum, how can these people that don’t believe in God later claim that they have to “revise their views” after they’re brought back to life on the operating table? How are blind people able to see themselves out of their bodies while they are dead on the operating table (with no brain or heart activity) and accurately describe what the people that are working on them are wearing? Oh wait, it didn’t happen because we can’t explain it. Because we can’t explain it, it didn’t happen.

    If you want to learn more, you can visit some websites such as God and Science (google it) or read Dinesh D’Souza’s latest two books (which noted Atheist writer and now good friend of his Christopher Hitchens says are very well-argued). I was an atheist for over 20 years before I opened my mind and looked at the evidence.

    • Truth

      A logical person, you are full of shit. Lies, Lies & More Lies.

      • Cock Dr

        I agree.
        Leave it be…..because they will just keep posting their poorly written “shit & lies”.

      • Cock Dr

        I’m agreeing with “Truth” BTW. You know, often these “reply” options don’t exactly seem to work as they should.

    • Jer

      You’re completely full of shit, science is incompatible with religion, end of story.

      Science is a not “the natural stuff”. Science is a body of work predicated on basic principals such as falsifiability, reproducibility, the ability to observe it and hypothesize and experiment, etc.

      The “supernatural” is completely incompatible with Science in every way.

      Further, Communism isn’t predicated on atheism, nor is atheism a religion. It is the absence of belief in God, and, hint, the default mode of thinking without indoctrination into a religion that occurs on a regular basis.

      String theory is a theory and thus far unconfirmed and as many physicists will tell you, if anyone claims to have a complete understanding of Quantum Mechanics or Physics, they are full of shit and using it to try and prove religion is completely retarded and against the Science in every way.

      Your last example is just stuff you’ve pulled out of your ass and ironically, the most unscientific way to argue possible.

      Dinesh D’Souza is full of crap as many people could tell you. Science is incompatible with God because God doesn’t exist and Science is a system dedicated to describing that which does.

      • So

        Hmmm so how do you know god doesn’t exist hmmm? Ive thought about atheism before and i must say it is of all the dumb religions ive heard the most depressing. You say god doesn’t exist but you don’t know if he doesn’t so whats the argument for this religion called Atheism?

      • Jer

        Atheism isn’t a religion first off, so I can already write you off as being completely retarded. Secondly there is zero proof for the existence of God. Science demands proof and rigorous testing. There is nothing that says God exists in that.

        No offense but its pretty pathetic that basing your life on faith rather than what you can see, touch, hear, smell and feel is viewed as a positive thing.

        Religion is just an accepted form of schizophrenia.

      • mandi

        Jer = genius

  10. A logical person

    sorry I hit submit too early. The earlier post can be deleted. :)

    • So

      Dude science can also be bullshit it can be wrong but of course your one of those elitists so it figures. Hmmm write me as retarded huh well i’ll be damned you must be some supernatural being your self to know all that lol. Athiests annoy because they are it seems supposedly smarter then the rest of us religious people. Penn Jillette yeah i don’t agree with the guy but at least he encourages debate unlike Jer here who is hateful and cocky.

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    The Only Hetero Male in this Joint
    Commented on this photo:

    I CERTAINLY hope this one doesn’t EVER have the gall to say that she wants to be taken seriously and not just be worshipped for being the big breasted tease that she is. Jesus – just drop the strategically placed arm B.S. and show us some t*t. That’ll make me happy and… who knows….maybe you’ll feel better for having done it…or not. I don’t give a cr*p.

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    ???
    Commented on this photo:

    Check out the Photoshop job they did on this one! She’s looking super hot, but they butchered her bellybutton/stomach area.

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    ObviousOne
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    “Daisy dukes Bikini on top”…..did I just say that out loud???

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    Hank E Ring
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    What a doll. the one in the fishnets on the beach oh my.

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    fred
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    Image, image, image, that’s all it’s ever about. We get it Katy, sex sells. Are you a model or a singer?

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    barkerman
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    mmmmmm……… Side boooob…. Aahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

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    Dev
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    holy airbrushhh.

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    verga
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    that’s some pretty bad photoshopping, she looks like a wax figure in pic 2. the funny thing is with tits like hers there’s honestly no need to photoshop anything.

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    Id
    Commented on this photo:

    4 is the best.

  20. Snooster

    I also never post, but I wanted to say: bravo for being a rational human being who grasps the concept and benefits of critical thinking. I won’t go on about religion in general, but in some circles, it’s all a competition about the couples who can flaunt that they are The Most Religious in public, yet who privately beat their children/animals, cheat, swear, and are just generally self-absorbed.

  21. Brooke

    Wow, Fish, interesting insight into your life there. My dad was a Methodist minister, but he had a much more realistic take on Christianity and religion in general, and was the sort of minister I think even atheists could meet and go “Oh, you know, when you put it that way it doesn’t sound so crazy.” Maybe they wouldn’t agree, but they wouldn’t think he was bat shit insane like Katy’s parents.

    I love that the mom hates the word lucky because of Lucifer, but is totally okay with getting a new face via plastic surgery. “God created us in His image, Katy…. but I could use some adjustments.”

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    lena
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    I wish she had a better face… Maybe she’s just not photogenic?

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    Rachel
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    All I can think about is how uncomfortable that must be. Have you ever worn fishnets with no underwear? and on the beach, no less? Imagine the front sand wedgies she must be getting… that’s not hot.

  24. KL

    I can relate. I have super Christian parents and did go to Christian schools through high school. In fact, I’m the only one of the four of us kids who escaped having to attend a Christian college on their dime -my dad would only pay for college if it was a Christian school he approved of (look up Liberty University- it was founded by Jerry Falwell, who I’m sure you’ve heard of). I did things the harder way rather than just submit myself.

    Surprisingly, even after all that, none of my siblings are church-going, observant Christians, most definitely nowhere close to what was expected of us. Not to say that none of us are conflicted or slightly fucked-up in some ways, but we didn’t end up like them.

    What’s even weirder is that we can still have relationships with our parents, and they’re mostly good. Bonds are hard to break, but also, my parents are pretty good people even if I think they believe things that are wrong, and vice versa. Which, I guess, can seem to add to the confusion, but I do believe that all people are complicated and should be looked at from every side.

  25. captain america

    she was also raped & beaten up?

    • bdog

      Yeah, but only by her current boyfriend.
      Allegedly.
      *Joke* maybe

      Jesus! How many times do I have to say this?
      as many times as it takes for me to reply to the right comment… BJESUS!
      …appropriate? inappropriate?

  26. captain america

    pssssst: americans can’t controle themselves now.

  27. gigs

    best post ever. thank you.

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    Wootless
    Commented on this photo:

    Jorts are not a good idea, on anyone EVER

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    Wootless
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    I don’t know why they photoshop her skin so heavily, it’s very noticeable once you’re done staring at the boobs. (I’m a girl, so yes eventually I stop staring at boobs) and she’s got a beautiful figure, there is no need to thin down her arms either, editors. For shame.

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    Alasdair
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    Babe!

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    yok
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    what’s up with the cover, is it even her head on her body? and what’s up with the ghost-like floating hair?

  32. Jay

    Fish, coming from another P.K…………….., I feel ya

  33. yukkki

    helllo

  34. Snooster

    Hey, how about; scientists are not afraid to re-examine things held as ‘truths’, because more advanced science shows them so, and also, I’m not afraid to admit that I do not in fact know what happens after we die, which the religious are so loathe to give up. Science is not as biased as religion. Science CHANGES. The world is no longer FLAT. Jesus fucking christ, if he wanted people to be advanced and ‘made in an image of himself’ in the first place, he would have said “Guys, the earth is round, you freaking idiots.” But you hold onto the same freaking dogma that’s been passed down for hundreds of years. Yeah, THAT’S a good assumption. “Nothing EVER changes, hurr… “

    Posted for truth + bumpin’ this thread.

  35. gorillatux

    this is the best post i have ever read on this site. thank you superficial writer, thank you.

  36. The Big Picture

    I bet God and the Devil are going to be pissed when Humans finally kill each other off and destroy the planet. Why? Because they are going to find themselves with no more subscribers! If indeed we were created by God than he sure did a piss poor job imo. I can imagine God’s peers ROTFL at his Human experiment as they all move on to creating better and more effecient plantes and alien creatures. But that’s just me and I have an active IMAGINATION. Which is why in the long run I know we all just turn into space dust and get recycled back into the cosmos.

  37. Question?

    This is a legitimate question, I’m not trying to insult anyone.
    I live in Canada and I always hear that theres certain states or cities or counties, (not sure which it is) that wont teach evolution in school. is this true? If it is, is this the reason that some people don’t understand it, like the person who said there is no “proof” behind it

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    Honest Abe
    Commented on this photo:

    Christmas morning hot!! ( thats when she’s so hot, you’d leave your family on Christmas morning to go bang her) WHEN WILL SHE “ACCIDENTALLY” GO FULL NUDE???

  39. What he said...

    “I am a deeply religious nonbeliever… ” A. Einstein.

  40. Again, what he said...

    “I cannot imagine a God who rewards and punishes the objects of his creation and is but a reflection of human frailty.” A. Einstein.

    • Ed

      You are confusing his spirituality for his rejection of Judaic dogma. They are completely different. It is true he realized that many events in the old testament were simply not possible, but he was able to see past that to achieve his own sense of what a deity is.

      • Again, what he said...

        How do you know I’m confused? How quick you are to judge based on a simple quote.

      • Ed

        Because the quote is often used on atheist leaning sites that are easy to find and use to justify people’s own beliefs. But when asked if he believed in God, he flat out said “I’m not an atheist.”

        The full quote is:

        Do you believe in God? “I’m not an atheist. I don’t think I can call myself a pantheist. The problem involved is too vast for our limited minds. We are in the position of a little child entering a huge library filled with books in many languages. The child knows someone must have written those books. It does not know how. It does not understand the languages in which they are written. The child dimly suspects a mysterious order in the arrangement of the books but doesn’t know what it is. That, it seems to me, is the attitude of even the most intelligent human being toward God. We see the universe marvelously arranged and obeying certain laws but only dimly understand these laws.”

      • Again, what he said...

        Ed: You do a lot of typing, try reading and thinking. You know nothing of me and yet you have quickly thrown me into a convenient little category, must be reassuring. The quotes that were published say “…I cannot imagine A God…” and, “… I am a RELIGIOUS nonbeliever…” I am not an ‘atheist leaning site’, I am a free thinker and consider myself very lucky.

      • Ed

        Well lets start with “I can’t imagine a God…” notice in the quote you posted that he didn’t just say he can’t imagine a God. He said he can’t imagine one “who rewards and punishes the objects of his creation,” etc, etc.

        He just can’t imagine a God that would fuck over the very beings he created. That is to say, a God who can arrange all things in the universe would be much too cool to destroy what is possibly his greatest work.

        Next the “I am a religious nonbeliever” statement. Let’s look at the entire quote:
        ——
        “I am a deeply religious nonbeliever.

        This is somewhat new kind of religion. I have never imputed to Nature a purpose or a goal, or anything that could be understood as anthropomorphic. What I see in Nature is a magnificent structure that we can comprehend only very imperfectly, and that must fill a thinking person with a feeling of humility.

        My position concerning God is that of an agnostic. I am convinced that a vivid consciousness of the primary importance of moral principles for the betterment and ennoblement of life does not need the idea of a law-giver. Especially a law-giver who works on the basis of reward and punishment.

        To assume the existence of an unperceivable being… does not facilitate understanding the orderliness we find in the perceivable world. I don`t try to imagine a personal God; it suffices to stand in awe at the structure of the world, insofar as it allows our inadequate senses to appreciate it.”

        Albert Einstein

        —-
        He didn’t say he was a non-believer of god. He said he didn’t believe in religion.

        Once again, he wasn’t an atheist. His complete acceptance of the possibility to something that is too overwhelming for any human, including himself, to comprehend was commendable.

        So speaking of reading, try Einstein by Walter Isaacson. © 2007 by Walter Isaacson. published by Simon & Schuster, Inc., an except called “Einsten & Faith” may be read at : http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1607298-3,00.html#ixzz0vfoB

        Where it also is written:
        “But throughout his life, Einstein was consistent in rejecting the charge that he was an atheist. “There are people who say there is no God,” he told a friend. “But what makes me really angry is that they quote me for support of such views.” And unlike Sigmund Freud or Bertrand Russell or George Bernard Shaw, Einstein never felt the urge to denigrate those who believed in God; instead, he tended to denigrate atheists. “What separates me from most so-called atheists is a feeling of utter humility toward the unattainable secrets of the harmony of the cosmos,” he explained.”

        So in conclusion, when things are read, they must be put into proper perspective.

      • Ed

        I did not put you into any category. I said you didn’t seem to understand the difference between spiruality and organized religion. That was an observation, not a category.

      • Ed

        Well lets start with “I can’t imagine a God…” notice in the quote you posted that he didn’t just say he can’t imagine a God. He said he can’t imagine one “who rewards and punishes the objects of his creation,” etc, etc.

        He just can’t imagine a God that would fuck over the very beings he created. That is to say, a God who can arrange all things in the universe would be much too cool to destroy what is possibly his greatest work.

      • Ed

        Next the “I am a religious nonbeliever” statement. Let’s look at the entire quote:
        ——
        “I am a deeply religious nonbeliever.

        This is somewhat new kind of religion. I have never imputed to Nature a purpose or a goal, or anything that could be understood as anthropomorphic.What I see in Nature is a magnificent structure that we can comprehend only very imperfectly, and that must fill a thinking person with a feeling of humility.

        My position concerning God is that of an agnostic. I am convinced that a vivid consciousness of the primary importance of moral principles for the betterment and ennoblement of life does not need the idea of a law-giver. Especially a law-giver who works on the basis of reward and punishment.

        To assume the existence of an unperceivable being… does not facilitate understanding the orderliness we find in the perceivable world. I don`t try to imagine a personal God; it suffices to stand in awe at the structure of the world, insofar as it allows our inadequate senses to appreciate it.”

        Albert Einstein

        —-
        He didn’t say he was a non-believer of god. He said he didn’t believe in religion.

        Once again, he wasn’t an atheist. His complete acceptance of the possibility to something that is too overwhelming for any human, including himself, to comprehend was commendable.

        So speaking of reading, try Einstein by Walter Isaacson. © 2007 by Walter Isaacson. published by Simon & Schuster, Inc., an except called “Einsten & Faith” may be read at : http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1607298-3,00.html#ixzz0vfoB

        Where it also is written:
        “But throughout his life, Einstein was consistent in rejecting the charge that he was an atheist. “There are people who say there is no God,” he told a friend. “But what makes me really angry is that they quote me for support of such views.” And unlike Sigmund Freud or Bertrand Russell or George Bernard Shaw, Einstein never felt the urge to denigrate those who believed in God; instead, he tended to denigrate atheists. “What separates me from most so-called atheists is a feeling of utter humility toward the unattainable secrets of the harmony of the cosmos,” he explained.”

      • Ed

        Next the “I am a religious nonbeliever” statement. He didn’t say he was a non-believer of god. He said he didn’t believe in religion. Let’s look at the entire quote:

        “I am a deeply religious nonbeliever.

        This is somewhat new kind of religion. I have never imputed to Nature a purpose or a goal, or anything that could be understood as anthropomorphic.What I see in Nature is a magnificent structure that we can comprehend only very imperfectly, and that must fill a thinking person with a feeling of humility.

        My position concerning God is that of an agnostic. I am convinced that a vivid consciousness of the primary importance of moral principles for the betterment and ennoblement of life does not need the idea of a law-giver. Especially a law-giver who works on the basis of reward and punishment.

        To assume the existence of an unperceivable being… does not facilitate understanding the orderliness we find in the perceivable world. I don`t try to imagine a personal God; it suffices to stand in awe at the structure of the world, insofar as it allows our inadequate senses to appreciate it.” – Albert Einstein

      • Ed

        So speaking of reading, try Einstein by Walter Isaacson. © 2007 by Walter Isaacson. published by Simon & Schuster, Inc., an except called “Einsten & Faith” may be read at : http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1607298-3,00.html#ixzz0vfoB

        Where it also is written:
        “But throughout his life, Einstein was consistent in rejecting the charge that he was an atheist. “There are people who say there is no God,” he told a friend. “But what makes me really angry is that they quote me for support of such views.” And unlike Sigmund Freud or Bertrand Russell or George Bernard Shaw, Einstein never felt the urge to denigrate those who believed in God; instead, he tended to denigrate atheists. “What separates me from most so-called atheists is a feeling of utter humility toward the unattainable secrets of the harmony of the cosmos,” he explained.”

      • Again, what he said...

        Thanks Ed for the run down I see you still like to type, you even posted stuff twice in case I didn’t catch it the first time (did your wife help you with this? (-: just a joke…) Anyway real quick, I never once stated that Einstein was an atheist and have never believed him to be. Sometimes you don’t have to explain everything down to the last letter to get your point across (at least you shouldn’t have to). Those who are curious enough will get it, those who are not, will never get it. Anyway, I enjoy learning about the man and have contemplated many of his quotes. In short, I think atheism in general was too simple an answer for Einstein (I don’t have time to expand/debate on that one, it’s just my opinion and we all know what they say about those..) So can we both just agree (I hope) that to a certain extent, Einstein was well ahead of his time and just leave it at that? This is still the Superficial, remember.

  41. Kaz

    Not sexy just like cow

  42. Kaz

    Big head small body

  43. Kaz

    Bad girl nasty

  44. zoomzoom

    I hope to see more posts like this in the future

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    NG
    Commented on this photo:

    Butterface anyone? :)

  46. NG

    Butterface…

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    fakjfa
    Commented on this photo:

    shes good looking and all but one of the hottest chicks in the world? fuck no

  48. bdog

    Well, I’ve just one thing to say on the matter… ognish whantra san wootlt snafflwa psorl briahgh a aiahd drigha braifg mumbo religious cuntshitbollox!
    Was THAT interpreted the way I hoped it would? Hmm, I can only hope so “: )
    Too cool for theology, me
    luvin’ your work fish. “Poke it and provoke it”

  49. bdog

    Hmm, Waxwork dummy ALWAYS springs to mind… and not in a good way!
    Nice jugs tho’ “: )
    moist-excellent for motorboatin

  50. Team Lilo

    Best Katy Perry comment thread EVAR!

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