When did this thread become about Trent Gamblin?
I "adopted" a disabled girl in Uganda,...
No, you send money to an organization that claims to contribute to her welfare. These organizations aren't very transparent about where your money goes though. You may well be surprised what it's actually used for.
You may have heard of Mother Teresa, for example.
That's not to say that your money doesn't help out or that it isn't good of you to give. It's possible that the organization that you go through is legitimately interested only in the welfare of the children and not in pushing their beliefs or building their bank accounts. It's possible that you give that money because you care only for the child and not because you think it looks good to those watching nor that it makes you somehow superior to every other human on the planet.
There is no "hate" in Christianity. So I don't know where you get the bogus idea that religion does a lot of harm.
It seems you are the first person to mention hate in this thread (at least according to Vimperator).
In any case, if you don't believe that there's any hate in Christianity then you must not be a very big history buff. I'm also guessing that you haven't watched Religulous.
Of course, religions are slippery in that the actual "teachings" are somewhat arbitrary and so it's pretty impossible to say conclusively that "Christianity" teaches hate. There's no one Christianity because it's basically nothing more than interpretations of the Bible. Certainly numerous Christian groups over the course of history have hated others in the name of Christianity and the Christian God. It's not really important if you or your church is responsible for the hate or harm. The fact is that it was still Christianity and its followers that did it.
Again, that's not to say that you necessarily preach hate just because you're a Christian, but others have and do.
I think your perpetuating of hate on the internet (not just in this thread, but time and time again) does a lot more than any religious person I've ever known.
What hate are you referring to? Disagreeing with your beliefs and indeed finding humor in them is not the same as hate.
Of course my true opinion of you is that you're just a little boy who wants to be different by rebelling against the norm, which a lot of us do, but you're the first person I've seen carry it into adulthood (you being an adult is debatable though. Your age is there, but I'm not sure you're anywhere near maturity wise).
What "norm" exactly am I "rebelling" against?
Noooo! Don't do it! AAAHHHHH----PPPPSHHHHHHHH!
I know, he probably won't even try to understand, but it was worth a shot.
Try to understand what? You didn't really seem to make a point. You just said that you are good and I am bad. I think that pretty much sums up the default Christian argument.
Depending on which adherents you focus on, all perspectives on religion - atheism included - are "poorly sold".
Atheism isn't really "sold".
Every group has its assholes and everyone knows this.
It isn't about the assholes. It's about the bullshit.