I don't know why I feel the need to educate people. Usually I know within a few moments of talking to someone that they're so much less intelligent than me that we'll never be on the same wavelength, and certainly I am not prepared to undertake the gargantuan task of addressing the fact that most people simply need to start their entire philosophical outlook from scratch, so why do I get drawn into arguments?
I think it's a primitive urge. But, like sex with people you hate, it feels good for a few moments, but it quickly begins building up inside you like lactic acid, burning your your insides as you try desperate to fuck one or more retards.
When I look at great intellectuals like Richard Dawkins, who has clearly become utterly addicted to winning mind numbingly easy debates (that is not to say his opponents aren't smart; but Einstein himself would lose religious debates to an 8 year old, where he to take any position that argues there's any form of supernatural), and I hope I don't end up like them.
I am already like them. I can't help myself.
On the topic of Dawkins, I am finding more and more that, like Feminism, the existence of Dawkins and his rabid atheist ilk is giving religious people valid reason to criticize us. I know it's important to lobby against religion, but more and more people are lobbying for atheism. I preferred simply knowing that there was no god, and stating it without shame when it became relevant.
Whilst Richard Dawkins' heart is in the right place, and I don't think he should stop in the slightest (he may be spawning new lines of bullshit, but religion was always total bullshit), I am massively inconvenienced by the fact that religious people seem to ignore whatever is coming out of your mouth and simply remember something Richard Dawkins said and argue against that.
I used to enjoy the changing, flailing nature of religious bullcrap. A bit like hurling a Pipe Bomb on Left 4 Dead; Dawkins has got all the idiots in one place, fighting over one person, and in that way that are easier to pick off, but frankly I don't like lots of idiots in one place.
It makes the place smell of idiot.