Quote of the day—Connor Bible @bibliomania94

It’s a classic form of compensation for… y’know.

Connor Bible @bibliomania94
Tweeted on April 2, 2002
[It’s not only another Markley’s Law Monday, it is another science denier!

It is a classic case of Markley’s law. A form of compensation for not having a meaningful thought and insults are the best they can come up with.

Via a tweet from In Chains @InChainsInJail.—Joe]


6 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Connor Bible @bibliomania94

  1. Uh-huh.

    And “Connor Bible” doesn’t have the guts to come out and say “penis”. Noted.

  2. Poor Connor. If he survives long enough, all that awaits him is the pain of a fool, grown to see his ignorance for what it is.
    Let’s pray for him. All he has is the hell he’s created. And the stipend of evil the world pays such fools!
    (Was that bibley enough?)

    • Maybe, but then there’s this bit;
      “But I say unto you, That whosoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of the judgment: and whosoever shall say to his brother, Raca, shall be in danger of the council: but whosoever shall say, Thou fool, shall be in danger of hell fire.” Jesus Christ, from Matthew 5:22 KJV

      • It ain’t me that’s condemning him. He’s doing that himself. I’m just pointing out the stupid.
        Jesus also said. Judge not, Lest ye be judged. for how you judge others, is how you will be judged.
        And with what measure you mete, It shall be measured again onto you.
        If he or you want to call me a fool. I’m OK with that. In many instances you would be right.
        I’m pretty sure Jesus spent much of his time on earth trying to get people to quit being foolish. In act and word.
        As a matter of fact man acting the fool is why he was murdered.
        And Lyle, were saved by grace, and not by deed.
        But thanks, I’ll keep it under advisement.

  3. Here’s the thing though; in the mind of the leftist, he shouldn’t have to bother with coming up with a “meaningful argument” because everyone already knows that private gun ownership is a major cause of criminal violence. In their minds, you’re simply not listening, and that means you’re either stupid, evil, or emotionally compensating for your severe deficiencies. Demanding that he demonstrate his facts, source his data, cite his history, and make a rational argument is, to any leftist, a personal affront. Such a demand turns the whole arrangement on its head. It’s like a five year old demanding that his parents justify, to him, their financial decisions. Or to put it in its proper context, which is a global context; it is like asking the pope to justify his ex cathedra declarations to your satisfaction. It’s a direct attack on his presumption of authority. HE does not have to explain himself to YOU.

    And the particular subject matter isn’t important. The mere fact of your assertion of individual freedom of conscience, or a demand for empirical proofs, is, in and of itself, an act of sedition, rebellion and even treason against the worldly powers. So you’re a terrible person, and an outlaw, and as such you’re not only free game and subject to all manner of attacks, but the very idea that a loyal citizen of Rome should be required to justify himself to the likes of you is nothing but further insult.

    So you either tow the line, or pretend to (mark on the forehead or in the hand), otherwise you’re an anathema (ignorant, sick, stubborn, extremistfundamentalistseparatist), a threat to “the common good”, to the very stability and peace and safety of the world.

    Coming from a mindset like that, do you suppose that you have any right to the level of respect that would entitle you to all of their efforts to justify themselves to the likes of you? Of course not. A serial killer who doesn’t challenge the leftist narratives is a better person than you. He they can deal with. You’re the worst.

  4. “A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity.”
    Sigmund Freud

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