People Never Thank GOD

When The celebs Accept Awards They Never Thank The Lord And Thats Not Right.Without GOD They Wouldnt Be Here And They Need To Take Time And Write A List Of Who They Would Like To Thank.If GOD Can Put Them On His List Why Cant They Put Him On Theirs

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Um... first of all, LOTS of

Um... first of all, LOTS of celebs thank god when they win awards, but for the life of me I can't figure out why. In fact, I've always found it extremely annoying! The award is supposed to be recognizing your work and skill at mastering your craft. If you're really only there because some god fellow put you there, then that sounds like you don't really deserve the award.

Personally I like Kathy Griffin’s statement when she won the Best Reality Program Emmy, for My Life on the D-List:

A lot of people come up here and thank Jesus for this award. I want you to know that no one had less to do with this award than Jesus. Suck it, Jesus.

Of course that statement was never aired, because some religious groups got all offended. Heaven forbid we should ever say anything that offends religious groups.

A lot of people come up here

A lot of people come up here and thank Jesus for this award. I want you to know that no one had less to do with this award than Jesus. Suck it, Jesus.

Just another fuckbag whacko trying to push an agenda just like those thanking god and Jesus. Like the poster here that is bitching about people not thanking god or Jesus. Grow the fuck up both of you. People have the right to think what they want and just because you cannot accept what they think goes to show how little each of you are.

I accept what they think. I

I accept what they think. I just think they're wrong. I have some extremely religious friends who I respect a great deal, but that doesn't mean I don't think their beliefs are evolutionary based, culturally reinforced delusions. 

People are always thanking god in public—award ceremonies or otherwise—so it makes me happy when now and then someone mixes it up a bit. It's nice to remind people who are religious that god may be their truth, but it is not the truth. That is up to each person to decide on their own.