Proof that God Was Drunk

Jim Francis shared Know Your Meme's The Largest Moth in North America to the group: Proof that God was drunk. ... See MoreSee Less

The Cecropia moth is the largest moth in North America.

Robert Michael shared U.S. Department of the Interior's photo to the group: Proof that God was drunk. ... See MoreSee Less

With massive granite towers stretching skyward and building-sized boulders scattered in valleys, there’s no need to ask how City of Rocks National Reserve in Idaho got its name. Dramatic geological features make for excellent nature study and even better climbing. You can also learn about unique plants, wildlife, and the history of Native Americans and early settlers at this fascinating park. Photo by National Park Service.

Being a sheep is FREAKING AWSOME! ... See MoreSee Less

This sheep plays with her dog friends in the cutest way 💞

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Lost baby monkey becomes best friends with a goat - and just won't let go. abcn.ws/2ghLe8h

Harry Bornemann shared Found You Music's video to the group: Proof that God was drunk. ... See MoreSee Less

ESTE GORILA ES ALUCINANTE!! 😱😍🔥 Descarga la canción: bit.ly/2srblgw Comparte!

Sarah Drye shared Cheerful Nihilism's video to the group: Proof that God was drunk. ... See MoreSee Less

Magical nature and stuff and junk.

I don't know that this is proof of drunkenness, but it's so interesting and I felt it belonged in here. ... See MoreSee Less

This leopard kills a baboon but when she discovers its baby, everything changes... 😮 ANTI NEW WORLD ORDER

I think you can guess my conclusion; based on this hard evidence. ... See MoreSee Less

Hamza Hamama shared Daily Mail's These sugar gliders are trained so well! to the group: Proof that God was drunk. ... See MoreSee Less

These sugar gliders are trained so well!

Indian Ghost Pipe ... See MoreSee Less

Omg, unbelievable >__< ... See MoreSee Less

Omg, unbelievable >__<

Harry Bornemann shared theBERRY's video to the group: Proof that God was drunk. ... See MoreSee Less

This is important. [via Jukin Media]

www.facebook.com/algerian.reconciliation/videos/1101947373270523/ ... See MoreSee Less

طائر وقع في قبضة ثعبان فبعث الله له مجموعة من النمل فخلصته...سبحان الله. رسالة لمن يفهم معانيها.

Sarah Drye shared UNILAD's Horse Licks His Pet Kitten to the group: Proof that God was drunk. ... See MoreSee Less

Just a horse petting his kitten 😂😂

"The dispute between those who believe that the world was created by God and those who think it came into being of its own accord deals with phenomena that go beyond our reason and experience. Much more real is the line separating those who doubt being as it is granted to man (no matter how or by whom) from those who accept it without reservation.
Behind all the European faiths, religious and political, we find the first chapter of Genesis, which tells us that the world was created properly, that human existence is good, and that we are therefore entitled to multiply. Let us call this basic faith a categorical agreement with being.
The fact that until recently the word "shit" appeared in print as s--- has nothing to do with moral considerations. You can't claim that shit is immoral, after all! The objection to shit is a metaphysical one. The daily defecation session is daily proof of the unacceptability of Creation. Either/or: either shit is acceptable (in which don't lock yourself in the bathroom!) or we are created in an unacceptable manner.
It follows, then, that the aesthetic ideal of the categorical agreement with being is a world in which shit is denied and everyone acts as though it did not exist. This aesthetic ideal is called kitsch.
"Kitsch" is a German word born in the middle of the sentimental nineteenth century, and from German it entered all Western languages. Repeated use, however, has obliterated its original metaphysical meaning: kitsch is the absolute denial of shit, in both the literal and the figurative senses of the word; kitsch excludes everything from its purview which is essentially unacceptable in human existence."

Milan Kundera from The Unbearable Lightness of Being (pgs. 247-248)
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