An act of God?
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How about "deliberate and reckless acts of HAARP"?

Weather is not merely magical; it has causes that can be and have been mastered.


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(04-20-2010, 08:17 AM)Cetil Wrote:
(04-20-2010, 03:14 AM)ggreg Wrote: I notice on the news that people keep referring to an act of God when talking about the icelandic volcano, insurance payouts or covering travellers for their losses (the airlines don't want to pay out according to the generous EU rules).

I wonder if it irritates the atheist, as much as it irritates me.

If they believed in God I'd understand why they called them acts of God but otherwise please stop blaming an entity which you believe to be a fantasy or omnipotent but ignorable 99.9999999% of the rest of the time.

I think they should start calling them Acts of Evolution.  Acts of Global Warming.  Or rather acts of Climate Change.

It's just  a loophole phrase for insurance companies. As I recall Donald Trump referred to the financial crisis as an act of God.
It offends me too. God gives us a sunrise every day and not a few other blessings but only gets credit from the secularists when disaster strikes.

C.

re Trump: it was an act of HIS god.  LOL (BTW, isn't it strange that a man who makes his millions in the casino cities is named Trump?)
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Good one!  LOL But what's amazing to me is that Trump lives so well and has filed for bankruptcy so many times!

C.
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(04-21-2010, 07:48 PM)Cetil Wrote: Good one!  LOL But what's amazing to me is that Trump lives so well and has filed for bankruptcy so many times!

C.

I tried filing for bankruptcy once and the lawyer said I wasn't rich enough.  No money, Honey
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