*Achoo!* Sorry, all that straw is playing monkeyshines with my seasonal allergies.
1. they constantly say gods aren't real like they're angry about it. If you're angry about something not existing you should seek it out, not reject it.
Why would I seek out something that doesn't exist? And why would I be angry about gods not existing? I get what you're trying to say, at least I think I do - if there's a need for something, and it doesn't yet exist, why don't you go and invent it - but here's the thing: how in the name of chewy caramel centers do I go about making a god?
This describes the behaviour of most internet atheist celebrities.
Couldn't care less. I will admit that the whole “shut up and sing, nobody pays you for your opinion” thing irks me beyond all reason (everyone's opinion matters, and they should be free to express it where- and when- ever they want, regardless of whether it's interrupting your leisure time) but in truth, I don't obsess much over celebrities and don't know anyone else who does.
2. you follow evolutionary hypotheses like the faithful, even though the scientifically knowledgable you aspire to be wouldn't do that.
The scientifically knowledgeable follow the evidence. If you have any evidence for a being that exists outside of time, yet cares about where hairless apes park their genitals, do please present it at the next science symposium.
3. if atheism is the absence of belief then you are all stupid by default
You didn't spell “knowledgeable” right, and you're calling us stupid?
4. they think evolution from animals to man happened dispite there being no good evidence for that "fact", then blast theists for not having any evidence for the existence of ONE deity. Fail!
Ooooh…okay, it all makes sense now. You're a thirteen year old girl from 2010, probably with your fundie parent standing over your shoulder threatening to withhold support and love if you don't share their bigotries. It was the “Fail!” that tipped me off.
Well, kitten, they do have the evidence. It's called DNA. It's called, the fossil record. Show me a god making a man out of mud. Or wood. Or anything. Show me a god, start with that. No? You can't? Mysterious ways, live by faith, ask for no proof and all that? Yeah, how very convenient for you.
5. they refer to themselves as free-thinkers but won't think freely about God(s)
I can think about gods. Let's see…Thor is a drunken asshole, Zeus if a wellspring of social diseases, Ishtar might be cool to hang with. See, Ì can freely think about gods all the live-long day. They're all still fictional, though.
6. they have never studied Christianity past what they learned in Sunday school
High school, actually. Never went to Sunday School. Went to three Catholic schools and two religious summer camps, though and whoo! were they an experience! Telling a group of eleven year olds that reeeeeal soon the government is gonna become evil and if you don't join them, they're gonna take your head off! Who the hell thought that was a good idea?
Also, I don't need to study Christianity any further, I doubt they've added anything new since the last time I cracked open the Bible. Was there a new patch, maybe some new content?
7. they sympathize with other religions as if they were good, but hate Christianity
I was lucky enough to take a World Religions class - in a Catholic high school, no less - so that I wouldn't grow up to become a foaming nutter thumping away on the bible (no chance of that anyway, but it was still a good class. Gave me perspective on the world, and the teacher was nice enough.) I do not believe in any of the other religions. I see the bad they do. I see how Islam oppresses women and LGBTQ+; I see how strict and destructive hardline Judaism is. I hate how socially rigid Hinduism is. I can hate the philosophies, and still not hate the people. I had to attend a JW service for a project, and had some…less than kind words to say about the faith at the time (the inherent antisemitism, the proscriptions against life-saving medicines, the denial of hard scientific fact), but the people themselves were nice and accepting. I hope they'd have been the same even without their faith forcing them to be.
And I've met good Christians. Like, people who were good, and just happened to be Christians. Teachers, strangers, family members. They never judged, never had a sour word, my grandfather funded the church he would eventually be buried at, and I had, in my 35 years up to the time of his death, never seen him frown or heard him raise his voice, even when he probably should have. The kind of people who put being good ahead of their faith.
I've also met “good Christians;” the people who emphasize their religion over the “good.” People who thump on about gays and women and heathens, who see Satan in their soup and devils in their dinner. The people who see smiles and hear laughter and joy and only want to stomp it out in service of their grey, joyless god. You know, assholes
If you want less hate, maybe be less of an asshole. And no, "b-b-but my God commands I be a spiteful fucker!” is not an excuse. You have agency, think for yourself, dammit.
8/ they hate close-mindedness
As all good and wise people should.
yet follow atheist celebrities advice like it's gods will, in everything they do
Depends on the advice. If Gwyneth Paltrow suggests I pick up a family-pack of pussy-scented candles, I'm gonna have to pause for a moment, but if someone like Jim Carrey says, “no matter how delicious it may look, don't put the business end of a stapler in your mouth!” I might just take that to heart. If the advice is good I don't care where it comes from, be it Johnny Depp or Madonna or the Trump spawnling with the horselips, what's his name?
9. they think since some holy books are bullsh*t therefore all holy books are bullsh*t- that's crazy logic
No, that's sound reasoning. If 9 out of ten dogs bite you when you walk down the street, you're not gonna give that tenth one much benefit of the doubt, now are you? All holy books are novels. All of them. All of them are fictional. All of them. No gods, no devils, none of that is real. It makes for interesting stories, but one should view them as little more than very old Harry Potter books, and should likewise view the folks who cosplay as the characters or wail and scream and hammer out cringey fanfic over their ships with the same level of concern and distrust.
10. they hate their parents and that's the main reason they stopped believing in religion
My mother believes, my father…I honestly don't know, it's never come up.
But either way, if you grow up to hate your parents because they were religious, then maybe that's the right attitude to take? What did their religion tell them to do to make their child hate them? Forced baptisms? Weekly sitdowns with Father McFeely? Hours-long punishments in the sin-cellar for daring to talk to a boy on the sidewalk or for listening to music? No sane person hates someone for no reason. If a religious parent is hated by their child, maybe they did something to earn it? I'm pretty sure Carrie White would have grown distrustful of religion, and she certainly would have had ample reason to feel that way, given the lunatic her mother had become.
And personally, I always only ever viewed religion as “that thing some people do.” Mostly, I view the overtly religious as frauds, though, and very little in my life has so far convinced me otherwise, see the Duggars for examples.