Bob, I came across your site about a week ago and since then I've
been glued to my computer screen enjoying your dressups, your witty
responses to the hate mail, and virtually everything that you have
posted. It makes me happy to see that there are people like you
out there, committed to make this world a little bit more adult
by challenging the naive and unquestioned beliefs of Christians.
from Europe, from near Barcelona, and I'm currently studying in
the midwest (Bloomington, IN). When I came here I was shocked to
see a church in every corner, that many people attended Sunday services,
that there was such thing as Bible study meetings and that actually
young people bought all those Creationist beliefs. In my city I'm
used to see empty churches with a few old ladies that don't understand
anymore the world they live in and that need to believe in God,
because that's what they have been doing all their lives and it's
too late to try to open their eyes and make them face reality .
that my country is traditionally Catholic and that the Pope rants
every now and then against gays, condoms, women's rights, abortion
and so on, I think that religion will slowly disappear from there.
But I see that some parts of the US still have a long way to go,
and you're doing a great job!
think your site looks great and that you are a truly talented designer.
has been a pleasure to discover your site, and I'm sort of sad that
I've almost read all of the hate mail. Please, keep updating, you
can be sure that this fan will keep coming back for more!
emailed them and told the Knox County Public Library to unblock
your site and this is what i got sent back.
request for access to a blocked Internet site was directed to the
Internet Review Committee. The website was reviewed and found to
contain images that violate Knox County Public Library's Public
Computer Use Policy.
Library does not block sites on the basis of text content. It only
blocks sites which have images that violate its Computer Use Policy.
To read the policy, go to knoxcounty.org/library/
and click on "about kcpl" and "public computers."
the only part of the site in question that contains nudity is the
art gallery, and the remainder of the site is basically text, we
will unblock it. Be aware that viewing images depicting nudity may
result in loss of computer privileges.
Knox County Public Library"
is unblocked now, I am gonna make some pictures today or tommorow
to send the girls and you of me and my friend Bubba. I am also gonna
write some articles that i want to send
you for possible posting or something. Man i love your site.. More
words than that even. I'm putting together a landover baptist style
sermon too :)
29 Jul 2004 06:51
was this guy who was a murderer... (Bob, you are gonna
love this guy!)
There was this
guy who was a murderer, except he didn't just kill anyone
who got in his way or who made him mad, no, he was a specialist
(Bob, you are gonna love this guy!) - he only killed Christians!
Yep that's right, just Christians, (I guess they must have
hurt his feelings or something) . He would ask them "Are you
a Christian?" and if they said "Yes" (or even if someone else
told him they were Christians) he would kill them! He did
not kill them slowly either, he would take his time stoning
them to death or crucifying them or feeding them to wild animals.
must have been praying for him to be struck by a bolt of lightening
or 'smitten mightily' or something but, surprise, surprise,
nothing like that ever happened. When he got tired of killing
Christians he wrote some books about his experiences. Check
them out, you might like them, they are called Romans, Corinthians,
Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians
and a few others.
Oh my! What an
You know, I think
that I'll just stick with rational thought and common sense
when I argue my points verbally and live a comparatively dull
and quiet existence, as most common sence/rational thought
I'll let those
who are illogical and deranged go from mass murder to bowing
before supreme beings and sacrificing sheep (as the one you're
Your example really
says more about the beliefs than it does of the man.
a brilliant point to the surface so that I could highlight
Thank you Stuart.
1 Aug 2004 06:55
lies Bob, who believed in nothing, and so did nothing
I don't believe
that the desire of your heart is just a 'comparatively dull
and quiet existence'. Your web site proves that you aspire
to more than that (does being deliberately offensive to a
group of people in a passive medium hint at a passive aggressive
But you are quite
right, of course, my email "says more about the beliefs than
it does of the man', but what defines a man better than his
beliefs? They are the greatest predictor of his his actions
in any given situation. And what aimless meandering excuses
for lives we would leave if we had no beliefs. Can you thing
of anyone who has ever done anything significant who had no
beliefs? I have never read the biography of anyone who had
no beliefs. What a sad epitaph to read on a tombstone - "Here
lies Bob, who believed in nothing, and so did nothing"
before supreme beings' I neglected to mention Paul's conversion
which you can read about in Acts. When one is personally confronted
(and blinded) by the Creator of the universe incarnate bowing
seems to be a pretty mediocre response really.
P.S. I hope you
enjoyed your reading and that you have reconciled, at least
in your heart, with your earthly father, if not your heavenly
You saw my site
and you think I'm being passive aggressive? Have you read
I said to my relative? Have you seen the
things I told my parent's pastor? I have absolutely no
issues with being absolutly up front with family, friends,
fans or foes. And if you dare assume that I'm being passive
aggressive because what I actually want is to murder Christians
without saying it directly, you're totally fuckin' mistaken.
I would never threaten
someone's life or wish somebody dead no matter what they said,
believed or even if they totally offended me. Being an atheist
means that I believe there's no God. Atheism does not command
falling to ones knees and worship, nor does it declare a source
of all evil and a God above all else. In fact, it is my belief
that these extreme ideas are what promote the extreme behaviors
(hate, violence, killing, etc.).
When I stated that
your reference said more about the belief than it did about
the man, I was insinuating that a belief which attracts homicidal
mad men is not something to be showing off about. And it's
an inappropriate (even careless) comparison to make with me
as a man. However, it's a perfect example of what religion
attracts because of the forgiveness it pretends to bestow
for crimes against humanity.
Assuming that an
atheist has no beliefs is a cop-out. There are proven, scientific
answers worth believing in. Christ! You act as if there's
no other research necessary beyond the bible, as if we're
required to limit science and defeat it somehow with this
fear of God.
If I aspire to
anything, it's to speak truth as I know it and reveal this
ass-backwards way of thinking so many people have just grown
accustomed to. In addition, I also want to entertain people,
and (if you really must know) show off how talented I think
It's chilling to
see the reality you have accepted. Trumpeting a killer, rejecting
God tantamount to mass murder, and thinking that without the
idea of God in our lives there is nothing to believe in. Do
you have any idea what this combination of thoughts promotes?
3 Aug 2004 20:26
can you determine what is right or wrong if there are
no moral absolutes and everyone can just do what they
feel is right
Why is our correspondence included in the 'hate mail' area
of your web site? Has anything I have written indicated hate
towards anyone? Please do not project you own emotions or
motives onto me. This almost constitutes defamation of character
don't you think?
By the way, thank
you for posting the clarifications to your position on your
web site and for posting my email encouraging all of your
readers to enlighten themselves by reading the Word (if you
want to know why Word is capitalized you can ask your friend
It was telling
perhaps that after you read my brief autobiography of Paulšs
life you stated that " it's an inappropriate (even careless)
comparison to make with me as a man". I never did compare
you to Paul (carelessly or otherwise), you must have come
to that conclusion on your own, but I am glad that you are
doing some soul searching anyway.
I am not sure what
the difference is between being " totally fuckin' mistaken"
as you put it and merely totally mistaken, but I am sure you
can enlighten me.
I am amused, by
the way, at how atheists are offended by the name of Jesus
when they donšt believe in Him. We hear so little about how
they are offended when their children are told about Santa
Claus or the Easter Bunny, should this not be something worthy
of pursuing to the supreme court as well?
I am glad to hear
that you "would never threaten someone's life or wish somebody
dead." But why not I wonder? How can you determine what is
right or wrong if there are no moral absolutes and everyone
can just do what they feel is right, everything is just situational
ethics in this case. Interestingly if you can prove that you
do not know right from wrong in a court of law you are found
not guilty of whatever crime you are accused of - by reason
Finally, I was
not "trumpeting a killer" but trumpeting a force strong enough
to reinvent him into a powerful instrument of divine grace,
nor did I state that rejecting God (is) tantamount to mass
murder. However I have found that living without a relationship
with God was a meaningless existence (apparently every people
group on the earth agree with me as no culture has ever been
found that did not worship a deity of some kind).
I am encouraged
that you spend so much time thinking about God, I can tell
He is calling to you and I am sure he is amused by your ranting.
Finally I was saddened to note that you did not rebut my post
script as enthusiastically as you did the rest of my missive.
I hope that you can heal and mature enough to reconcile with
your earthly father as well as your heavenly one.
Dear Stuart, whom
I greet with the warmest of glad and welcoming regards,
Well, you see
my friend, in your first email you assumed that I'd take great
pleasure in the stories of Christian killing and torture.
This is where the "fuckin' mistaken" comes in, because that
sure as hell referred to a guy that hates, and that's enough
projection onto me to warrant you as "Hate Mail." And no,
posting your letter into my hate mail section does not constitute
defamation of character, unless you're going to be a baby
about it. As I see it, "Hate Mail" doesn't have to mean hating
me directly. It can also include hating my actions, and you
certainly hate the act of Christian killing (something you
think I am on the cusp of), so I did the math and you fit
Your idea that
the only thing preventing people from raping and murdering
each other is this fear of God and/or hell is frightfully
ignorant. Stuart, people have a need to simply function within
society without being bothered along with a desire to be loved.
Humans also have a level of self preservation that keeps total
anarchy at bay. Christ, it's disturbing to think that it's
only your belief in God that's keeping you from running amuck
in your neighborhood. Are you that on the brink that without
the bible you'd not be able to determine the difference between
right and wrong?
I have many things
that fulfill me in my life and I don't need to resort to an
imaginary friend to give my life meaning. I have my art and
writing which satisfies me a great deal. It is so unbelievably
fulfilling to be able to express my beliefs and feelings through
my creative talents. I also find enormous fulfillment of the
heart from my friends and family. My brothers and their families,
my mother, and yes, even my earthly father (Christ, you're
so strange) love me a great deal and I love them. I just returned
from a week long vacation with all of them last month and
I miss them already. I really do love my family. I totally
ignored your flippant "post script" regarding my dad because,
quite simply, it deserved no response. You know nothing about
the relationship my dad and I have and you deserve to know
As for my Heavenly
Father, it was maturity that left Him along side Santa and
the bunny, none of which should be pursued in any court. Often,
Stuart, I have no idea what you're talking about.