Tetris and God

The logic is impeccable:

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(via Another Random Day)



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  • Kathryn

    Damn, that’s why the straight piece never comes. 🙁

  • Logically, this would imply that atheists are better at Tetris, since we don’t wait around for the straight piece but instead make good use of what we have. So why is it I’m so bad at that game?

  • It’s an old bash.org quote 🙂 still, funny as hell.

  • The ‘I’ piece is just as likely to come next as any other. I plan for and make use of the ‘I’ pieces based on the reliability of the odds involved. It allows me to repeatedly set up and score a tetris for the maximum point value. 🙂

  • Tetris is pretty time consuming and ultimately pointless….waitaminute!

  • koz

    That is excellent.

  • Jonathan

    i like this comic. it highlights a timeless question of human beings-a question that has never been and will never become pointless.

  • david

    This comic offends me. Every Tetris player knows it is not only good to wait for the straight piece, it is necessary, and we all know if you Play Right, eventually it will come, and there will be much rejoicing. Messiahs on the other hand, not so reliable, not so much rejoicing. If anybody needs me I’ll be in my Russian cave, playing Tetris.

  • I don’t know. Searching for the missing link ain’t exactly what they are good at.

    I think the Atheist are more comfortable dealing with missing pieces, that and being surrounded by a bunch of squares.