Reality doesn’t matter

3 Dec

I’m slowly coming to the conclusion that reality doesn’t matter to my opponents, religious and political. I’ve realized that they have their minds made up, and they don’t give a shit about the facts. If need be they will make up their own facts out of thin air, like Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, and Sean Hannity, etc.

If that doesn’t even work they will just vehemently deny reality until you faceplam yourself to death. I think they get pleasure out of watching intelligent people explode after they spend all this time presenting them with evidence and reasons, etc. Kirk Cameron and other religious fundamentalists love this!

It doesn’t matter that evolution is back up by mountains and mountains of evidence. It just doesn’t fucking matter. They know the truth and everything else must be the work of Satan.

I’ve come to the conclusion that it is useless to waste my energy talking to these people. It’s like talking to a brick wall, and I’m only hurting myself. They have no interest in a rational debate where the facts matter. It’s like trying to play a game within a set of rules, and they don’t give a fuck about the rules, and run all out of bounds and still declare themselves victorious. It would be easy to ignore these people if they didn’t have real world impacts, but unfortunately I’m starting to worry that much of the worlds population is just as retarded as them.

4 Responses to “Reality doesn’t matter”

  1. CJ December 9, 2009 at 10:28 pm #

    Haha. I get the same thing talking to evolutionists. =P

    I’m a creationist btw.

    Both sides clamp their hands over their ears and go ‘la la la’ whenever you bring up a valid point. Einstein changed his formula to prove his point, welcome to the evolution vs creation debate. I spent years proving people wrong over and over and over again, complete waste of time. If you prove someone wrong using a valid and logical point, they descend to personal insults.

    People will believe what they want to, and nothing you say can prove otherwise unless they want to prove their point and risk being shown to be wrong. Aren’t many who will risk their belief system being pulled apart.

  2. CJ December 9, 2009 at 10:28 pm #

    Oh, and that last pic is awesome. Nice find.

  3. Jim December 13, 2009 at 8:23 pm #

    HAha! Good one, gave a a chuckle. I have to put up with people like this on a daily basis (My mother is a “Jehovah’s whiteness” and that’s all her and her friends do.talk about.

    I actually went up to them and said
    “On one hand, We’ve mounts of scientific data and facts. On the other There is an invisible man living in the sky, Who watches everything you do of every second of every day. And the invisible man has a special list of 10 thing he does not want you to do. He has also published a book that been translated into 400+ languages over thousands of years (and surprisingly it somehow managed to stay word for word how he wrot it) whose moral is ‘we did not come from monkeys'”

    Some of that is courtesy of George Carlin (I love his stuff).

    Oh, heres something You’ll get a kick out of:

  4. Mike August 13, 2012 at 3:17 pm #

    I think the analogy you are looking for is its like playing chess against a pigeon. No matter how good you are at chess the pigeon is just gonna knock over all the pieces, crap on the board then fly away like they won. The main difference between creationist and evolutionists and that the evolutionist mind is made up by facts proven by science (which is sebject to change should new evidence come to light) unlike creationist who need a 2000 year old book written by desert dwelling tribesmen just to have some sense of morals. Also evolutionists dont feel compelled to tell people that hold a different view than their own, or live a different lifestyle, that they are wrong/sinners/going to burn in hell for eternity ect. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but you dont get to push that opinion onto others (especially the young and unable to think for themselves).

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