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I don’t know if I have said it before, but I like quora. Generally it’s a good site. There are also unbelievable stories that I have read on there that I have usually suspected must be by some bored fellow living in a basement where light never shines.

Anyway I have seen a question on quora and I think some people should not have internet. A guy has asked

If god doesn’t exist, how do atheists explain that the coronavirus outbreak emerged in a non Christian country? Why do search outbreaks never emerge in Christian countries

This link from WHO is a good place to start. And I thought measles was eradicated? What the hell Europe?

Back to the question, I thought if god exists, it is everywhere. So god must have caused the outbreak. Let’s hope no Christian dies😁

There is a devastating locust outbreak in Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia, how is this to be treated?

About makagutu

As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

16 thoughts on “Commercial break

  1. Mordanicus says:

    I can literally spend hours on Quora, it’s sometimes very addictive. I like the good content but also the sheer idiocy one can find over there.


  2. renudepride says:

    Wasn’t HIV emergence first documented in the USA? Isn’t that a country where all of the political leaders claim is a “great christian nation?” So much for the very inappropriate notion that all nonbelievers are all disease-infected! 🙂 Naked hugs

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  3. Ron says:

    God smote China because he’s tired of their shoddy merchandise: the “drop-proof” tablets her ordered for the Ten Commandments broke after only 40 days and nights; the “shockproof” Ark of the Covenant had a faulty ground that killed nearly everyone who touched it; and the Roku box he got to live-stream Earth contained spyware that stole his identity.

    Understandably, His eternal patience finally wore out.


    • makagutu says:

      Hahah Ron.
      So god smote China for intellectual property theft and for making shoddy merchandise. But I think god did not pay the right amount of money for the job or his agent was sleeping on the job


  4. A bit off topic, but proof a god doesn’t exist is the existence of “anti-vaxxers.” No sane, omnipotent creature would ever create such a stupid, dangerous group of people.

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  5. judyt54 says:

    Measles isn;t eradicated, but I think the dangers of it have been totally blown out of proportion: if an unvaccinated child comes down with it, and two vaccinated children ‘catch it’ (the vaccines aren’t all that good yet) then the entire school is closed, the whole community is warned, and I’ll wager the school is disinfected with bleach.

    The danger that I see with mandatory childhood illnesses is even if everyone is vaccinated, there are always some for whom the vaccine doesn’t take, and always a few who hid in the bathroom that day. Or were out. And that’s when it gets dangerous.

    Im not against vaccinations, (let me show you my smallpox vaccination) but I think we have lost our balance when it comes to chicken pox, measles, and whooping cough. Frankly I think Chicken pox is far more dangerous, because most people survive nicely, but they are now contaminated for life, and anyone who never had chicken pox is at risk of catching it from them. It’s the bear that bites ya, every time, since you also run a pretty good chance of getting shingles in later life, and shingles if it happens on the face can cause blindness.

    The only disease I do know of that has been officially eradicated is Small Pox, but they keep vials of it in labs somewhere in case it crops up again. Or in case someone wants to terorize a country.

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  6. jilldennison says:

    Sigh. People are stupid. 🙄


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