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Re: Try Actually Reading All The Words In A Message Next Time BEEZELBUB

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Posted by Beelzebub X on October 12, 1999 23:16:49 UTC

: : Ok, don't weep! I like it to provoke sometimes :) : : You believe in God? That is very interesting...I bet I can convert you! : : Do we want to discuss?

: : I am also an atheist. If you'd actually took the time to read my message you might have understood that. As for being provokative, I have no problems with that. It's a good way of getting attention, but you aren't going to have many converts if you start by insulting them now are you?

: You might benifit from these wise words: : "It's better to remain silent, and have people think that you're an imbicile, then to open your mouth and remove all doubt."

: For some reason, intolerant ignoramuses don't know that they're dumb.

: P.S. You are a fellow atheist, which I respect. But convincing you're not. You give us all a bad name.

Beelzebub: Now you are an atheist? Then I have my first conversion!

I give you all a bad name? Really? Oh my God, what have I done? I hope you will come into paradise, nevertheless. I'm so sorry!

PS: Have you more wise words for me?

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