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Flag OmegaMeson September 30, 2009 12:03 PM EDT

I consider myself a Taoist atheist, and since it is blasphemy day today, I'm racking my brain on how to blaspheme against Taoism.


Christianity, Islam, and Judaism are far too easy  targets. It's much more fun to make fun of oneself, no?


So any ideas? How would one go about blaspheming against Taoism?


I must admit, I'm stumped. Is it even possible?

Flag TransJ October 6, 2009 7:21 PM EDT

 


Perhaps its the worthlessness of being a Taoist Atheist that has stump you, because there is nothing worthy of blaspheming in it.

Flag Noone October 12, 2009 12:04 AM EDT

What you consider yourself is of no consequence.

Flag OmegaMeson November 20, 2009 2:43 PM EST

You answers are quite remarkable in being what they are not.

Flag koala972 November 21, 2009 12:01 AM EST

Sep 30, 2009 -- 12:03PM, OmegaMeson wrote:


I consider myself a Taoist atheist, and since it is blasphemy day today, I'm racking my brain on how to blaspheme against Taoism.


Christianity, Islam, and Judaism are far too easy  targets. It's much more fun to make fun of oneself, no?


So any ideas? How would one go about blaspheming against Taoism?


I must admit, I'm stumped. Is it even possible?




how about 'I intend to act with intent to act'?


 


 


 

Flag OmegaMeson December 5, 2009 12:49 AM EST

Haha that's awesome! I like it.


I intend to act with the intent to act to carve your uncarved blocks.

Flag Eisenhans May 6, 2011 8:59 PM EDT

Sep 30, 2009 -- 12:03PM, OmegaMeson wrote:

So any ideas? How would one go about blaspheming against Taoism?


Easy.  By saying it's allied with buddhism, christianity, hinduism, and/or any other religion of your choice.


Eisenhans

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