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“Maybe there is still something for me to learn when it comes to religion.”

British atheist and author RICHARD DAWKINS, in a Jan. 12 tweet promoting an upcoming Dissident Dialogues conference in New York featuring a discussion (or perhaps a debate) between him and his friend Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a Muslim-turned-atheist who recently converted to Christianity.

“Nothing. No juice. Still on zero percent.”

TYLER BEARD, a Chicago-area Tesla owner whose electric car, like many others, was dead and stuck in a charging lot in mid-January, unable to recharge due to sub-zero temperatures, according to Fox Chicago.

“What I am going to say is not a dogma of faith but my own personal view: I like to think of hell as empty; I hope it is.”

POPE FRANCIS, speaking on a prime-time Italian TV talk show on Jan. 14 after being asked by interviewer Fabio Fazio how he imagines hell.

“I saw seven of them smashing into a car the other day. They tear up roofs and break windows. Once they even chased a group of kids.”

Houston resident KELLIE DONOGHUE, whose neighborhood on the city’s west side has been terrorized by feral peacocks.


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