Nope. Nothing pretentious here.
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“The reinvention of Islam”? No comment, I want my head to be intact for next week.
rough sex causes cervical erosion they said.
AND THIS PICTURE ABOVE. I DON”T KNOW WHAT ELSE CAN BE MORE UGLY AND OFFENSIVE AND ATTENTION WHORING
Yes. God forbid a famous person start attention whoring. What would our society come to if every movie star and music talent with an opinion started showing up on the front page of news stand magazines in outrageous poses?
Hey Lindsey Lohan, am I right or am I right?
Where on earth did you get a topic like that? My goodness, woman. Behave.
Yea, he has balls to mock Christianity, pffft. So what.
Want my attention? Go on a magazine cover mocking islam you, pussy.
Hell, do that and Ill even watch your crappy shows in TOTAL support of you.
Mocking Christians takes all the skin of a vaginal flap.
Mrs. T, very true. I mock Christians all day with my vagina. And you know what? It feels good. It feels really, really good.
Mind elaborating on that, kimmy? I’m trying to figure out how someone could “mock Christians all day with her vagina,” and all I could come up with was porn, prostitution, and going around town commando.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again…watch Through the Wormhole, all episodes if your brain doesn’t explode. It’s science and spirituality. Science and God are the same thing. God IS science. Where do you think this entire universe came from? What do u think it is that makes your heart start beating when you’re in the womb? Whatever answer u give, then ask yourself, what made THAT happen. There is a sort of a fabric, a universal net that runs through everything. It transcends our solid heads and flows through us. There IS any energy. I am not any religion. Personally I believe in New Thought.
Stewie Griffin created the universe, organised religion is a superstition.
@TomFrank, quite honestly, I have no idea. I was talkin out my vadge mostly. I read Mrs. T’s comment and had a vaginal visual. Happens…
Oh and all that stuff I wrote about science is god and shit was not supposed to be in reply to this thread. It was supposed to be alone…oops…
Oh, well. I was hoping it was the commando. : )
@kimmykimkim Ah the standard “first cause” argument. If I only had a nickel for every time that has been refuted.
That’s nice dear.
I love him. Like I seriously love him. Ricky Gervais, not Jesus.
I love him too. If only i existed i’d come back just to see his live act
Actually, I do exist. It’s been documented repeatedly. You don’t have to believe I’m God, but I do exist. I was alive, on this earth. It happened. Just sayin.
Seriously, him and Louis CK can do no wrong. Ricky, not Jesus.
I think they’re ALL pretty darn swell! (Ricky & Louis CK & Jesus, that is.)
Louis CK and Ricky Gervais are both very safe, politically correct comedians.
Me too:) He looks fab in this photo….
“but I do exist. I was alive” – If that is logical to you then you must be stupid enough to be religious.
This from a dude who was just in a movie about ghosts. Hypocrisy, it pays the bills!
He was also in a film where nobody could lie, it’s not real, it’s a film. See the difference? You can be in a film about ghosts without believing in ghosts, as it’s just entertainment. You’re welcome.
Yeah, fuck fiction! He was also in a movie about a museum that comes to life at night, he’s a total hypocrite for that too.
You’re a fucking idiot.
What exactly do ghosts have to do with Jesus…? Wou can be spiritual (and therefore believe in spirits) without believing in Jesus Christ as savior…
Same crap, actually. Belief in the supernatural is caveman nonsense. Rational people grow out of it once they figure out that Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny aren’t real.
LOL if you believe that there are scary white ghost floating around then believing in a God is not too much of a stretch.
That’s what I find funny about athiest. Many believe in ghost, aliens etc but won’t make the stretch to religion.
@sickoflibidiots – i don’t know of any atheists personally that believe in ghosts, aliens, yedi, chupakabra, etc…
All that stomach hair is just killing my appetite right now.
So don’t shave it and you’ll get thinner.
huh, only thing off here is his right nipple looks 2″ lower than the left
I thought it was a pepperoni…
Yeah ‘The Office’ was a terrible flop, wasn’t it? Probably because of atheism. Fucking religious nutbar running this site (yeah, i know, lapsed religious nutbar, but still).
And people of any faith aren’t pretentious??
Nicely put. In the absence of pretense religion cannot exist.
Nicely put, BOTH of you!
Aw… shucks! (blushes)
I’d prefer the pretentiousness that doesn’t seek to impose its moral code on others.
difference is they dont go on magazine covers screaming it and pretending they are not trying to look all sexy (weel, except pat robertson perhaps)
Jesus?! Is that you?
No one likes atheist, except the ENTIRE scientific community. Assphuck!
Not even close retard. Sorry to burst your bubble on that, but the director of the NIH, Francis Collins, the head biomedical scientist in the country, is a Born-Again Christian. He has written extensively about it and has debated that retard Dawkins on occasion.
Collins rejects Intelligent design and young earth creationism. He’s not a typical ignorant Christian.
He debated Dawkins? You mean ‘Chocolate Thunder’ debated somebody? I’d pay to see that.
I’ll have to assume you meant ‘Darwin’, since that would make more sense than what you actually wrote. But from what you actually did write, I can be very certain you are in fact a ‘retard’.
Schmidtler, they’re referring to Richard Dawkins, not Charles Darwin.
Yeah, Schmidtler, there’s more than one Dawkins out there than Darryl “The Duke of Dunk” Dawkins.
I know people who worked in the NIH, very high-ranking scientists. There is a battle being fought behind doors that few people are aware of. Religious nutjobs have been trying to get their fangs into the NIH for years. On one side you’ve got the born-again Christians who try to stifle research, such as stem cell research, and on the other you’ve got rationalists who want to protect the integrity of the organization. Just read up on Craig Venter and the Human Genome Project, you’ll see what I mean.
you’re not bursting anyone’s bubble; you’re bringing attention to an anomaly. his appointment made a lot of scientists nervous. but my take on it is that the scientific community accepted him as director because his religious convictions did not seem to prevent him from acting in the best interests of NIH as a whole and because he seemed to be a pretty savvy liaison between NIH and the hill.
If “Talking Funny” didn’t make me think Ricky Gervais was a self important blow hard bag of dicks (and it did) then this really cements it.
ahahahahahaha, bag of dicks… ;)
How dare he mock The Three Day Zombie?!!
Jeebus: (while being entombed) “Hey..! I’m not dead yet. No, really… just a flesh wound, I’m feeling much better already. Don’t push that big rock in front of the door, damn it! Where’s the light switch? I’m going to need help with that stone. Can somebody out there please call a mason?”
If anyone needs to get their hands on this magazine on the shelf, it will be right between Star and the National Enquirer.
totally pretentious. i dont like it when a religious person shoves jesus in my face, and i very much do not like when an atheist shoves his arrogance in my face. EVERYONE thinks they are right….so egocentric.
Arrogance? Is it arrogance if you’re right?
truth is RELATIVE. its only a matter of opinion. the person who has the best facts to sway the rest usually is “right” according to society… that doesnt change the fact that truth is just a subjective opinion.
No, opinion is relative, truth is absolute. That’s something people can’t wrap their heads around. Just because you don’t know the answer doesn’t mean the answer is whatever you want it to be.
And the religious call US arrogant…
Sure. But then there’s also two options when it comes to God. He is or He isn’t. And he isn’t. ESPECIALLY not the way organized religion touts him to be.
Good post. Both sides are annoying blow hards trying to convince themselves that they have absolute truth, when in reality, nobody does. If anything, Atheists (and religious nuts) just perpetuate this asinine assumption that we’ve reached the limit of human comprehension by claiming one side is right, the other is wrong. Fortunately, if history is any indication, technology and out understanding of the world around us is constantly advancing.
My point? People with any shred of common sense are Agnostic. People need to be more open minded about the possibility that there are things in the world, and beyond that are well beyond human comprehension. I’m not saying a “magical creator lives in the sky” exists, but I’m also not going to assuming that human beings have reached their limit of understanding, like religious and atheist crackpots want to believe. Maybe there is a god. Maybe it’s a magic man. Maybe it’s a highly technologically advanced civilization. Maybe it’s nothing more than a giant cloud that some ancient civilization saw before they even knew what clouds were.
Nobody. Knows. And convincing yourself of something you know damn well cannot be proven, defines free thought that is rightfully cherished by human beings, but it also is the epitome of ignorance. Take your pick.
You, good sir, are my facebook status! Paragraph one.
so what are you saying – that some fat English dude that had a hit tv show and a few mildly successful movies doesn’t in fact understand all the mysteries of the universe & creation? oh c’mon!
Guess what, Drew? Agnosticism isn’t a position of belief, it’s a position of knowledge. I am both an atheist and an agnostic. I do not know if there is a god, and thus do not believe in one. If there is no evidence for a position, there is no reason to assume it is true in the meanwhile. Sure, there COULD be a god or gods, but there is no reason to believe that there is. *shrugs* If there were any significant evidence for any of the plethora of religions out there, I’d accept that claim based on the evidence. But the fact is that that every single answer ever found in the entire history of the world has turned out to be naturalistic, not one answer has turned out to be anything supernatural. Not. One.
Using “well you can’t KNOW if there is or isn’t a god” as a defense for the believe that there is one is both silly and pointless.
I don’t think you understand the concepts of critical thinking. If you cannot be proven that something is true beyond a reasonable doubt, then the logical conclusion is that it isn’t. Agnosticism is merely fence sitting.
No one likes atheists? I think it’s the opposite now, which is good. Religion has fucked up the world too much already, it’s time to stop being stupid.
We’re still one of the most maligned and mistrusted groups in the U.S., and they can still imprison or execute us in some countries.
But they can’t shut us up.
Or stop us from ridiculous poses on magazine covers.
You really think that? I think the States would elect a gay woman as President, before they would elect an Atheist.
agreed – who wants to be led by a man or woman who believes in nothing
Ohhh, that’s not what I said krutboo lol. I don’t think Americans are ready to accept an Atheist President, but that doesn’t mean I don’t think they’re not qualified. Being an atheist doesn’t mean you don’t believe in anything, it means you don’t believe in supernatural powers. If anything, the rejection of theology gvies you more time to focus on other things, like say, the Economy. I want a leader who actually knows how to get us out of this economic crisis by his own intelligence and doesn’t “pray” for someone to save the world.
oops I meant that doesn’t mean I think they’re they’re not qualified.
@ bianca> Look at the polls, atheists come in below Muslims, homosexuals, and other “undesirables”
Yeah, no microphone stand is really that thin.
and neither is Ricky Gervais.
Actually YES, Ricky Gervais IS that thin now!!!
The new Superficial writer is not funny! Boo! Be funny!
You go first!
Yeah, but wot he’s sayin’ is, like, “you’re idolizing this thing, which doesn’t exist and whatnot, so, uh, maybe you should just think about it, is all. Think about it.”.
The cover says it all ‘you have the right to be offended and [he has] the right to offend you’. Also, he’s looking pretty good with all this weigh loss; good for him.
P.S. Fish, my atheist brotha, come on man – try and get behind this. Who cares if he’s mocking religious iconography? This is no different than if he dressed up as santa claus or the easter bunny.
exactly – who cares. now explain why he thought it was so edgy and thought provoking that it had to be on a magazine cover.
So things have to be thought provoking to be on magazine covers now?
It seems like you’re the one saying it’s “edgy”. The concept of someone being crucified for their beliefs (or non-beliefs) OR their actions (such as his most recent hosting of the Golden Globes) is quite hackneyed. This is merely a visual representation of this cliché.
mocking religious iconography may be standard fare, but look at all the comments this has generated!
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