Mwahahahaha it’s Friday the 13th today a day when a lot of people are convinced bad things happen simply because supposedly 13 is unlucky and especially on a Friday, huh? What I always find fascinating about this concept is the amount of people who are supposedly atheist or at the very least agnostic are generally the first ones to start going “Oooh Friday the 13th I think I’ll stay home today!”
I simply cannot understand how people can say “Yeah, come on. There’s no such thing as God, you really think there’s some beardy bloke up there watching and controlling us?” and yet believe in magic, witchcraft, ghosts and above all good and bad luck. These are a clear indications of mankind’s lack of self-confidence “It was just bad luck I didn’t get that job.” or “I fell off the ladder shattering my spine because of that mirror I broke last Saturday.” we have this ingrained need to believe something outside of our control is manipulating us, this is why religions are so successful they thrive on fear, insecurity and above all superstition.
So if you believe in Friday the 13th you must also clearly believe in God.
“Who was looking after the $7,000 option? It’s only $7,000 for pity’s sake! Surely out of a global business world you can fined more than several?”
[Several actually means nothing, it's like saying many years or a number of years it means nothing. People generally use it to con you into thinking it's more than it actually is.]
“20,000 backers. 20,000! There’s over seven billion people in the world? What was you doing? Targeting Brighton?”
“Who was looking after the Persone Piccolo? $20 and $50! How hard can it be to get $20 out of our community? What the hell was the Loco’s doing?”_
[With my FOSS hat on I'm not happy about this one but as a Manager I think it's a valid statement.]
I can think of more but I’m not doing Canonical’s job for them without some sort of consultancy fee.