Thursday, November 09, 2006

Science Can Be Good

I recently read this about a new medical procedure where wombs can be transplanted into infertile women. As we all know that it is a woman's duty to repent for original sin by giving birth, this is indeed good news. Unfortunately, many women will reject this new technology and continue to live meaningless lives, lives of sin; and while I recognize that, currently, we cannot force the infertile to have womb transplants, we could at least focus on those that we do have power over: a) prisoners and b) vegetables. I recognize that many that fall in to these two categories aren't necessarily infertile, but the beauty of this operation, I think, is that it can be used to install additional wombs into women, such that they could be impregnated multiple times at the same time. For prisoners -- i.e. sinners who must repent more than your average woman -- this would give them a chance to make amends with God. And as prisoners, they do not deserve any rights and should be forced to bear children into this world. The vegetative, on the other hand -- we would be doing them a favor by bringing them closer to God through childbirth at a time when they can do nothing. If they could speak and/or move, they would certainly approve.


Anonymous Yarr! I am Grendel! said...

Arr! I am Grendel! I am Grendel! Yarr!! Ra ra ra I am GRENDEL!

You just want to get laid don't you?

Grendel must extract nutrition from Beowulf's head, after Grendel finds out where Beowulf hid Grendel's arm.

4:07 PM  
Anonymous Mr. Cobra of Commanders said...

Science is good only if it forces women to get pregnant against their free will. I get it know! It all makes sense! You're an ass nazi =D

4:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The problem with your ridiculous drivel is this. God granted us, yes even we lowly women FREE WILL! That includes the will to not bear children. I AM a woman, who happens to be a mother, and a Christian. I was directed to this site by my younger brother who actually posted about this very article. Sadly, you seem to believe that which you spew. I feel truly bad that there are people whose only experience with God, and Christianity is through the loathsome manner in which you beat your comprehension of our Father's word into people's head. I can only pray that when the time of Rapture comes, that God will see, you were confused, and hopefully were unsuccessful in turning good people away from Jesus Christ. I fear that my prayers may go unanswered. For those of you who read this gobbledygook...please don't judge the rest of us by the ranting's of this truly misguided individuals tripe.

4:46 PM  
Blogger Nathaniel said...

greeneyeddragonlady -- i wonder which one of these commenters is your brother. it doesn't surprise me, though, that two members of the same family would be so misguided, because discipline and good raising are very important to becoming a good Christian. as for your comments, i agree that God did, indeed, give us free will. i, however, think this means that He didn't make us robots, that we were given the choice whether or not to sin, etc. Still, in no way does this mean we are not free to organize truly righteous Christian societies where enlightened Christians are able to force the unenlightened to do as the Bible instructs. In fact, it is our duty to do so, for when we don't Satan is able to work his magic and lead us away from God. Your refusal to see this, btw, is an example of why, in Timothy, the Bible says women should not speak out in Churches - most simply cannot comprehend what it means to be a true Christian or, at the very least, how to instruct society to be true Christians. And on a similar note, the fact that, in the 20th century, women were given an expanded role in society is exactly why even men are having trouble being faithful to Christ.

4:59 PM  
Anonymous Three Headed Grinch said...

You know what strikes me as funny? Is that you may soon regret trying to save other people and start thinking that Heaven will be too crowded. It wouldn't surprise me if you did. Your type always do that sort of dumbass stuff. And how come you only respond to one person at a time?

5:28 PM  
Blogger Nathaniel said...

three headed grinch -- i'm sorry about my lack of response. it's just that some people complain or comment on things i've already responded to in other posts or comments, while others are merely so misguided there's really nothing i can say that would make it worth my or their time. and then there's the fact that i've been very busy of late.

6:55 PM  
Blogger Marionette said...

If your wife became infertile, would you leave her?

9:44 PM  
Blogger Led Head said...

Nathaniel, would you *please* lay off the codswallop about impregnating comatose women. It's the equivalent of rape and is therefore sick.

And incidently, please stop flattering yourself by thinking that you have "power" over these women. You don't. Their families and/or loved ones would certainly see to that!

12:46 AM  
Anonymous General Cosmos said...

Reading over your various entries, I (at first) thought that thsi was just some sick joke. But then...I started to realize that you were serious. This is by far one of the worst perversions of beliefs that I've ever seen. I've never been one to question someone's beliefs or how they go about their religion, but all of this is just...horrific.
Im not a Christian, and Im sure that if I told you my religious choice you'd flip your lid and call me the spawn of Satan. But I've been raised around many good Christians, and none of them believed in this. Religion isn't all this...bollocks. You can practice your religion and worship your God without using the Punishment Chair or rationing your wife's food portions. Ten pounds? Ten pounds is nothing. PEople gain weight every year of their lives, and their weight is going to fluctuate. Does your wife even agree to you doing all this stuff and agree to your beliefs--or have you using the Punishment Chair on her?
The thoughts in here might be your own, but it's just...not humane. You could GO TO JAIL for acting upon some of those beliefs.

You're proud of your religion, that's great. Good for you. But to have these sort of beliefs and to act upon those beliefs is just terrible.

So, Im going to be proud of my religion and my beliefs...So, here I go:
I am Wiccan, and I am damned proud. My 'God' (Spirit) consists of two parts--male and female. I see females equal to males, and I think sex should be only enjoyed by those who truly love one another and that know the consequences. I don't believe in hell or heaven nor do I believe in Satan. I believe that the three-fold rule,"Ever mind the rule of thee, for what you give out comes back to thee." Basically, I believe in Karma; oh, and reincarnation.
I believe that no child should be beaten, and I believe that no man is in charge of his wife.
Women should be able to stay virgins or divorce their husbands should they decide to beat them. Women should be able to get as fat as they wish or as skinny as they want. Make-up? Sure, go for it! As long as it's not extreme, I believe that make-up can be used to enhance your already beautiful features--which everyone has.
I am a woman, and I am outspoken. I am equal to any man, and I am far more intelligent and mature than most in my age group. I am young but far beyond my years.
I am a Wiccan, I am a woman, I am young, and I am equal to any man alive. I plan on owning my own business, and one day being the mother of my family--whom I will play an equal role in. I will be equal to the father of my children, and I will not hesitate to fight back should that man decide to follow your beliefs--though, I don't think I'll have a problem with that. The one who I plan on marrying is an aethiest, and he accepts me and loves me for who I am.

You can say that I am going ot hell, but I've got one thing ot say:
I can't go to hell if I don't believe in it.

5:28 PM  
Blogger Nathaniel said...

marionette -- no, i would not, of course, leave my wife. Divorce is only an option when your partner has strayed from Jesus, and infertility is no such thing.

5:48 PM  
Blogger Nathaniel said...

general cosmos -- you certainly are going to hell, and just because you don't believe in it, doesn't make it any less true.

6:08 PM  
Anonymous Three Headed Grinch said...

Hell was an advertisement ploy that Christianity made up to make people scared. If I'm not mistaken, it started out as being a dragon that would eat you or some shit.
I personally think that when Nathaniel goes to hell, he'll be subjected to watching feminist action rights video's, Lethal Weapon 2-4, and Nova's "The Elegant Universe" over and over again.
Oh yeah, and Stephen Hawking would have the ability to visit him sometime and bitch-slap him.

11:44 PM  
Blogger Led Head said...

Well said, General Cosmos. But you may as well be talking to a brick walls in Azkaban. More receptive by far they are.

3:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

La-lala-la-la! This post was so funny. Multiple wombs? Do you know ANYTHING about female anatomy? Heck, do you know anything about MALE anatomy? There's barely enough room in there for ONE womb!! Besides, multiple children can come to term in the same womb. Go to grade school, bub.

4:12 PM  
Anonymous Three Headed Grinch said...


Dude, anonymous just owned your ass.

Not only would the multiple womb thing make a woman look like some giant sack of marbles, but the body wouldn't accept all that. The idea of transplanting wombs into infertile women is of itself maybe possible but unlikely and would be an extremely difficult and tedious medical procedure. How the hell do you expect it to be done on such a massive scale? If you want babies to be made so much, how 'bout you just further along test tube babies then?

Not only that, but multiple wombs would cause miscarriages like you wouldn't believe. Unless you want fetus soup, I suggest you forget this incredibly insane and poorly educated scheme of yours.

4:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I did not understand at first, but now I get it. Your other site is more interesting, since the subject matter is funnier, but I guess it's also comical that these people don't understand yet. It makes sense though; your style isn't really obvious. It took me a whole 10 minutes to figure it out. Either way, good stuff man, good stuff.

2:47 PM  
Blogger Dr. JD Parnell said...

Heavens to Betsy! Goodness Gracious, what a wonderful plan. Our policies should always be focused on creating new life, wherever and whenever possible. I believe in God's grace, and I believe in God's purpose; and by mandating laws to this effect we can certainly achieve His purpose, and more women will receive His Grace - And the men who achieve this purpose shall recieve His everlasting Glory! We must remember that, without this good plan, women can be made no less onerous in the eyes of the Lord if they shall be beholden to no man and shall not bear his fruit!

3:33 PM  
Blogger Ryven said...

Readswift, could you possibly link this other site to me, please? I'm very curious.

6:17 PM  
Blogger Led Head said...

Me too. I didn't think there was another site.

11:36 PM  
Anonymous Helping Hand said...

I think readswift was referring to the masters of chaos site although I can't be sure.

2:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You want to FORCE women to bear childern? And even inject things so they may carry more childern?

This site's title is very misleading.

5:48 PM  
Anonymous Toto said...

How about we take wombs out of donors and allow men to have them installed, then the men can finally make up for all that natural sin by giving birth. after all, thats why you want the wombs for infertile women, is it not?

7:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

haha, okay - you got me! I actually thought this blog was real! Very funny :-D
My brother is just like you - he walks into a dinner party and says killing whales is okay just to stir people up, then sits back and enjoys the show. I tell him off for it like I will you: enough buddy! We get the joke! Fundamentalist Christians are bloody insane! Nice one! LOL! I'm going to start my own ridiculous Christian satire facebook page :-)

8:30 PM  

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