Wednesday, September 8, 2010

and I've listed a few reasons to prove my theory.

1)  Steven isn't tangible- I've never met, nor personally seen him.
2)  Steven's never given me anything or done anything for me, nor made my life better in any way. 
3) I'm too smart to believe in him.
4)  Steven could not exist because then who would have made Steven?
5)  Steven has never alleviated any of the worlds pain and suffering.  Besides I don't believe in pain and suffering and  if Steven did exist,  I would then have to reject him on the idea of suffering alone.
6)  Steven's never answered a single one of my prayers.
7)  I don't believe Steven has ever produced a  miracle.
8)  If Steven does exist I might have to change some of the things I think about and the way that I think about them and I'd really rather not have to think that hard and I'm not changing anything about myself -  Steven would have to accept me for who I am, sins and all  - If he existed.
9)  Stevens are  relative.  Who says one brainaic Steven is better than any other random Steve.

*Steven Hawking-"It is not clear that intelligence has any long-term survival value."
-  To which I would reply , "No kidding  Einstein." Brilliance gets you no where in the next world.

*"The whole history of science has been the gradual realization that events do not happen in an arbitrary manner, but that they reflect a certain underlying order, which may or may not be divinely inspired."
Stephen Hawking


Robert B said...

Beyond funny. Just found your blog and I am hooked already.

belinda said...

Whew, I was worried that you might have been Steven Hawking.
Thanks Mr.B.

Enbrethiliel said...


Belinda, I, too, get a little paranoid that people I take the mickey out of on my blog will be the first to come by and comment. (Probably because one of them did and made an a** of himself?) But I think Dr. Hawking has more class than that. You're safe!

Lola said...

This is awesome.

I am in awe Belinda.


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