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Before Turning The Gun On Himself... [DVD] [2012]
Before Turning The Gun On Himself... [DVD] [2012]
Dvd ~ Doug Stanhope
Offered by mrtopseller
Price: £11.50

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stanhope Triumphs Once Again!, 31 May 2012
I saw this guy in the UK and he had me in stitches, particularly in one of his last rants in which he slates the UK and compares it to the USA. (Still trying to find a clip of that) Before turning the gun on himself is nothing short of comic genius. An amazing album and probably the best of the year. You want to grab the mass trash of pop culture, and sit them down in front of this guy for an hour, open their eyes to what they are being subjects of, because let's be honest, the best comedians of all time have always made you laugh, and made you think.
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The God Delusion
The God Delusion
by Richard Dawkins
Edition: Paperback
Price: £8.99

2 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A complete deconstruction of a myth that has finally been taken on, with full force., 3 Dec. 2010
This review is from: The God Delusion (Paperback)
The last word in my title for the review of this book, is the word force, however, this word could be substituted with many others, such as evidence (although apparently faith doesn't need evidence, yet it still searches for it and claims to know everything about the universe, a most outrageously arrogant claim), rationalisation, logic, empathy (yes empathy, empathy for fellow human beings who love the world they already live in, believe in children to be brought up with freedom of choice, and to embrace science in all its wonders) and many other words.

This book demonstrates, or dare I say it, rips a new damn whole, in religion, its believers, and many other forms. The read only gets better as it goes on, exposing (perhaps the worst element of it all) the indoctrination of children. How the modest believers, no matter how modest and lovely they are, will always be inadvertently harbouring the sick, extremist value of religion.

I could write so, so much about this book. But all I will say, even to the believer, read it with an open mind, as hard as that may be to you, and you perhaps may embark many times during the book, and for what the book does as a whole, as consciousness-raising. It ridicules the silly little arguments, of which you hear many times by the half-baked believers (many of whom live in England), questions such as 'I can't prove god exists, but you can't dis-prove god exists', (the word 'god' in this review, starting in lower case intentionally), and moves on to the real core issues that religion, and its results, have fabricated in over the past centuries, and still continues to do so today.


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