Taking God To Court

    2,590
    views
    17
    replies
    Last post ago almost 2 years by Thammavongsa
    2d4818989f1ca7ccfaccc9b2527a6916
    Headline back 23

    Readers of this topic also read:

    Please or register to post or comment.
      • 2d4818989f1ca7ccfaccc9b2527a6916
        • Started by
          admin
          3701
        • last active 8 hrs ago
        Ernie Chambers (the man in the photo), a Nebraska State Senator and civil activist, became famous all over the world after bringing a lawsuit against ... God! 



        His accusations against God included  “widespread death, destruction and terrorization of millions upon millions of the Earth's inhabitants." He said he filed the suit in an attempt to prove how important it is that all citizens be able to present any grievance before a court, at a time when there were several initiatives trying to prevent “frivolous” lawsuits.

        “The Constitution requires that the courthouse doors be open, so you cannot prohibit the filing of suits. Anyone can sue anyone they choose, even God,” he Chambers said. The Court was not impressed though and the suit was dismissed. The official reason was that God did not have an address and, therefore, could not be served notice of the trial.

        I think he should have sued the Church instead, they do have an address
      • Index
        • Replied by
          Super Hero
          1431
        • last active 4 months ago

        Thanks for this post from:

        • 2d4818989f1ca7ccfaccc9b2527a6916
        Well, since he is wasting the court's time, and thus taxpayers money, not really sure how much I appreciate the whole thing, although it sure sounds like a hell of a fun day in court:-)
      • Index
        • Replied by
          Sr.Newbie
          42
        • last active 8 months ago
        "OMG – Oh My God! Their are still free person who try nothing just wanna be famous by this type of misconduct
      • Archnye
        • Replied by
          admin
          5701
        • last active 1 hour ago
        A state senator? I expect that kind of craziness from a crackhead but a state senator?!?  Makes no sense. Johnny, I can send him the addresses of a few churches.
      • Flapjack
        • Replied by
          admin
          4901
        • online

        Thanks for this post from:

        • 2d4818989f1ca7ccfaccc9b2527a6916
        You're right Johnny, if he wanted to sue someone he should have tried with the church. But I wonder, doesn't he have anything better to do?
      • Putting on lipstick emoticon 1
        • Replied by
          admin
          12451
        • online

        Thanks for this post from:

        • 2d4818989f1ca7ccfaccc9b2527a6916
        He got exactly what he wanted - worldwide recognition. But as far as i see it, its quite a bold move questioning and taking the man upstairs to court. Politics and religion don't mix well and it could be the very thing will have him losing the next election.
      • Index
        • Replied by
          Hero Member
          870
        • last active 5 months ago

        Thanks for this post from:

        • 2d4818989f1ca7ccfaccc9b2527a6916
        I agree with you Lips, I would love to be standing at those pearly gates when he faces his judgement day. He got his 15 minutes of fame and for a ridiculous reason. Who knows, maybe I should sue Mother Nature for bad weather! 
      • Index
        • Replied by
          admin
          19732
        • online

        Thanks for this post from:

        • Flapjack
        I guess he made a good point if nothing else.
      • Index
        • Replied by
          Sr.Newbie
          42
        • last active 8 months ago

        Thanks for this post from:

        • 2d4818989f1ca7ccfaccc9b2527a6916
        yeah Blue , fried-eggs made  good point  and hope if  the person get fame for ridiculous reason and then surely we will stand to sue Mother Nature for bad weather!
      • Index
        • Replied by
          Super Hero
          1431
        • last active 4 months ago

        Thanks for this post from:

        • 2d4818989f1ca7ccfaccc9b2527a6916
        • Flapjack
        I would like to sue my parents for this nose I've got... Bastards!
      • Index
        • Replied by
          admin
          19732
        • online
        Thammavongsa wrote:

        yeah Blue , fried-eggs made  good point  and hope if  the person get fame for ridiculous reason and then surely we will stand to sue Mother Nature for bad weather!
        [/quote]

        Sorry Thammavongsa - I meant the guy who took out the lawsuit particularly "He said he filed the suit in an attempt to prove how important it is that all citizens be able to present any grievance before a court, at a time when there were several initiatives trying to prevent “frivolous” lawsuits. "

        [quote author=Lootva link=topic=28143.msg268709#msg268709 date=1372336520]
        I would like to sue my parents for this nose I've got... Bastards!


        LOL

      • Archnye
        • Replied by
          admin
          5701
        • last active 1 hour ago
        Lootva wrote:

        I would like to sue my parents for this nose I've got... Bastards!


        LOL
      • Index
        • Replied by
          Sr.Newbie
          42
        • last active 8 months ago
        Sorry Thammavongsa - I meant the guy who took out the lawsuit particularly "He said he filed the suit in an attempt to prove how important it is that all citizens be able to present any grievance before a court, at a time when there were several initiatives trying to prevent “frivolous” lawsuits. "

      • Index
        • Replied by
          Super Hero
          1431
        • last active 4 months ago
        OK, as far as we're in the discussion about religion...
        Have you heard of pastafarians?? It's a Church of a Flying Spaghetti Monster, invented as a joke, but getting more and more followers. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_Spaghetti_Monster

        Well, there's this Austrian guy, an atheist, who was persistent enough to make the government  accept his picture for the driving licence, with the pasta strainer on his head


        Here are two links, with the whole story:
        http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-14135523
        http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/jul/14/pastafarian-photo-religious-headgear
      • Index
        • Replied by
          admin
          19732
        • online
        Each to his own...sieves and all!

      lcb activities in the last 24 hours

      • 22
        new members
      • 698
        members online
      • 14391
        guests online
      • 157
        new posts
      • 9274
        free games played
      Join the club

      Most viewed forum topics

      • Key111
        You've made a deposit and gone straight away to one of your favorite games. Sadly, your bankroll has dwindled down to a zero balance.  There is nothing left to do but close the virtual  window on another Jackpot dream...
        Penny for your thoughts...
      • Avatar 6303
        Hello,  I have waiting 4 weeks for a 600.00 payout i requested and it was declined for unknown reasons.I have had no problems till now and i really need this winnings.My car died and has been fixed but im short...
        Raging bull no pay
      • 1
        TTR Casino TTP Team is pleased to announce that we've given you 10 Frispinov the game from NetEnt - Wild Wild West. - There are no requirements for Wager! - Restrictions on the win - no! - Action frispinov last 48...
        TTR Casino No Deposit

      Join today and start earning rewards

      You will immediately get full access to our online casino forum/chat plus receive our newsletter with news & exclusive bonuses every month.
      S logo
      Select Language
      Search
      Search Results

      Report to moderator

      Use this function to inform the moderators and administrator of an abusive or wrongly posted message.

      Please note that your email address will be revealed to the moderators if you use this

      Submit
      39012170