The title says it all.

You bunch of f**kheads. Grow. The. F**k. Up.

There’s no certainty. There’s no absolute answer.
You cling to certainties either way like children to lollipops.

Enjoy the life you’ve got.

Rubi out. x [blog closed]

Hey what can I say? The headline says it all. LOL. About time too.

That said, I think he/she is still posting vehemently under the @rosaresurrected Twitter handle. Irony is not lost on him/her.

I found a fun article describing not 1, not 2, but FOURTEEN ways to troll the internets. http://www.ehow.co.uk/slideshow_12274904_classic-troller-arguments-rise-online.html

Rosa gets 3 out of 14!

Top of the list is “Be a militant atheist”! Way to go Rosa!

Next up, for which Rosa qualifies is “Misinterpret a holy text”. Well, durrrh. He/she does this all the times in her bullying.

And then we have “Post slightly incorrect or ambivalent facts”. Ahahahaha. Just read through her Twitter feed or blog and you’ll see some CRAZY misinterpretations about reality. My favourite is her refuting of the the need for faith, regardless of whether religious or not. I mean… Faith defines us as a species, as a key aspect of our consciousness, so without faith we may as well expect to drop down dead right now! But no, somehow, we keep living. For a while! LOL.

Brilliant stuff, and brilliant writing from our dear Rosa.

I think she needs a holiday.

Apparently she’s going to France.

I’m sure they’ll love her in France.

This dude makes me lol. Check out this bumper sticker:

sign of the atheist cross

Look at me! I’m Richard Dawkins and now I have my own faith logo! WORSHIP ME.

I just signed this Daily Telegraph (Australian edition, like me) anti-trolling petition.

http://twitition.com/9rskn

Trolling is a terrible, irrational and mean-spirited thing and I set up this blog as a counterpoint to expose and parody a particularly pernicious and parochial one-dimensional thinker, with a keen zeal for imposing his/her view on others in a disturbingly shallow, trollesque fashion.

On my ignorant nemesis’ blog-for-cash, there is an excellent comment from user ex_king_john who brilliantly undermines the profound stupidity of the nonsensical theism versus atheist debate (note to readers: even career atheist Richard Dawkins admits he is not an atheist, but an agnostic, in an embarrassing climbdown when debating former CoE Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams).

ex_king_john 25 February 2013 22:26
We are like the TV host interviewing Richard Feynman and asking for a brief explanation in a couple of minutes of QED for the audience to which Feynman replied “If I could do that I wouldn’t have won a Nobel Prize” It’s apocryphal but it sure sounds like Feynman could have said it. And he could give you an understandable explanation but it would take longer than a TV spot has available.

At some point we all have to say “I don’t know”. I can live with that. Some people can’t and either make something up to fill in the gap or being smarter than me they go looking. Personally I’ll always listen to the second guy who says “I don’t know either but look at what I found” than the first guy who says “I know, you can stop looking now and I’ll tell you what to believe”.

Bravo, ex_king_john!

My response (anonymous coward Rosa Rubicondior is likely too afraid and/or ashamed to post it so thought worthy of inclusion here):

ex_king_john is spot on, and amply demonstrates why any so-called rational debate about faith based on empiricism and reason is inherently flawed – we’re using the wrong language here… to paraphrase again, trying describe music is like “dancing about architecture” unless you’re especially “gifted” or “disadvantaged” enough to display the arrogance of an autistic sprectrum disorder such as Asperger’s.

All Rosa Rubicondior (why not use a real name?) does is give self-absorbed atheists a chance to pat themselves on the back for being so clever, whilst simultaneously baiting self-absorbed religiosi (not a typo) to be subjected to her (or his?) unnecessarily bullying.

Oh the other thing [the mysterious Rosa Rubicondior’s] blog does is generate money… just like any good religion lol.

Some questions:

1. Why IS it that Rosa is anonymous?
2. Why IS it that Rosa fails to have a sense of humour (Asperger’s?)
3. Why DOES Rosa love bullying those with a fervent religious faith?
4. Why IS Rosa so intolerant of those with a different innate perspective of the human condition?
5. Why DOESN’T Rosa come out and turn all those great essays (some of them ARE good) into a book? She could MEGA cash in on her atheistic congregation/flock audience.

Posted: January 11, 2013 in atheism, belief, bullying, honesty, intellectual, rosarubicondior, theism

I’m sorry I never got back to you sooner. You’re right in many respects that Atheism is a belief system, after all it defines itself by being in opposition to Theism. That is to say, ironically, Atheism couldn’t exist without the idea that there may be some forms of higher beings, namely God! It’s similar to the idea of death, which would be absurd without the presence of conscious, self-aware life.

Thanks for your feedback, Disabled Buddhist. I wish you all the best. And as Dave Allen used to say: may your god go with you…

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Note: This was a response generated from a short Twitter conversation with Rosa Rubiconido. Her blog can be found at . A few changes have been made and will probably continue to be made as my thoughts progress.

Hello, I had a conversation with you on Twitter that never finished, I suppose because Twitter is a difficult platform to have a discussion about Twitter.

I formed the opinion that Atheism is a religion and you asked for proof. Well, here is my opinion about atheism as a religion, other opinions about Atheism in general, some info about myself and some advice from me:

– Atheists have a shared set of beliefs (a belief that there are no Gods/Goddesses)

– Atheists typically read popular works about Atheism, mainly western philosophical works about Atheism, some published recently, some much older (comparable to Bible and Buddhist scriptures).

– Atheists try to “convert” people…

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http://www.linkedin.com/pub/rosa-rubicondior/47/962/649

I Love Questioning the Ineffable. Fighting the unexpressable complecated consciousness with small-minded sciendce and logic.

Worshipping Satan is the COOLLLEST thing I ever done. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!

I am also known as the extremely arrogant and pious Richard Dawkns. Winding up idiots on Twitter.