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Re: Why Is It That A Self Proclaimed Atheist Would Call Himself Beezelbub. Lack Of Originality, No?

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Posted by Beelzebub X on October 12, 1999 23:18:38 UTC

: Your retorts are predictable and ineffective. If only you pulled out your retard to english translation dictionary and read all the arguments, guys like Greg would have to explain them to you over and over again. The only one that's ignorant and naive is you, only because all your arguments are one-sided and lack any kind of perceptiveness. : These forums really should have some kind of screening process. Pseudo intellectuals like Beezelbub shouldn't be allowed to waste our time with his incoherent babble.

Beelzebub: Oho, here we have the clever guy of the forum. You can surely say me what your friend Greg wanted to explain with his endless stories. Or are you here only for complaining? Yeah, I know: I'm naive and ignorant, and my arguments are one-sided and lack any kind of perceptiveness...and I will sent to hell. Then show me your cleverness and answer my question: Why is almost all that God does and says illogical? (and don't say, he has his own logic...that is too easy)

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