Discussion:
Time for the war On Easter!
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Fredric L. Rice
2006-03-26 03:55:31 UTC
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http://www.bradblog.com/archives/00002601.htm

3/24/2006

VIDEO - Fox Kicks Off 'War On Easter'

http://bradblog.com/video/flvplayer/FlvPlayer.html?file=http://www.ameratsu.com/media/vid/fox/fox_ff_war_on_easter_060324a_320x240..flv&width=320&height=240&OrigWidth=320&OrigHeight=240

by David Edwards of Veredictum.com

We haven't forgotten Fox News' phony 'War on Christmas' where Bill
O'Reilly, John Gibson and other Fox personalities attacked anyone or
anything that used blasphemous words like "holiday".

http://www.bradblog.com/archives/00002128.htm

Fox is again "fighting for the rights the Christian Majority" with
another faux menace: The War on Easter.

Undoubtedly, the "Spring Bunny" will cause the downfall of The
Republic.

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"Stone and Parker said there would be retribution." - AP NewsWire
Thandarr
2006-03-26 04:32:46 UTC
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It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right under
their noses. Bwahahahaha!

Thandarr
Dan Wood
2006-03-26 06:48:44 UTC
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Post by Thandarr
It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right under
their noses. Bwahahahaha!
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something else. .
Post by Thandarr
Thandarr
Roshi SODDI
2006-03-26 08:22:08 UTC
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Post by Dan Wood
Post by Thandarr
It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right under
their noses. Bwahahahaha!
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something else. .
Post by Thandarr
Thandarr
OK. It's now officially "Three Days After The Jews Killed Jesus Day".

This thing about "the Jews killing Jesus"...

ALL of them did it? All at once? Big flash mob of Jews?

This fisherman from around that time, Jewey McJewington of Jew Lane in the
Jewsbury suburb of Caesarea Maritima on the Phoenician border, father of
nine and part-time subsistence farmer, perpetually beaten on by the Romans,
living a hundred or so miles away from Jerusalem... HE killed Jesus?

I suspect that the vast majority of the residents of Judea at that time were
more concerned with getting enough food to eat and staying out of the way of
the Roman levies from Germania (scary red-faced dudes with blonde hair and
mustaches... sweated a lot). Hanging out in Jerusalem for Passover was
probably low on their agenda.
Wieland the Smith
2006-03-26 10:42:45 UTC
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Wasn't it the other way around, that Quintilius who governed the area
at the time of the first census, was sent to Germania later. He marched
through the northern part of it with three legions, and got beaten near
Osnabrück in the Teutoburg Forest. The place (Kalkriese) was found by
a British officer around 1989, and there is a museum now (I visited it
6 months ago).

Cheers
HellPope Huey
2006-03-26 18:26:15 UTC
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Was it our own beloved Puzzling Evidence who said "The JEWS didn't
kill Jesus; the POLICE killed Jesus?" That covers SO DAMNED MUCH OF IT.
Out of the mouths of blithering Subgeniuses often come the brightest
pearls of dark wisdom. I mean, Jesus deserves our respect, if for no
other reqason than that He COULD have turned Pilate and all the guards
into toads, but He didn't; He stayed the course and it SMARTED, too.

Besides, if you want to have greater success in promoting a religion,
adding candy to the deal is a sharp marketing move. Not at all like
those gagsome SubGenius durian fruit/lemon peel hybrids. You can't even
attract ants with that toxic crap.

--

HellPope Huey
Vini, Vidi, Gamerius:
I came, I saw, I blasphemed a little
and cut a mean rug in a halo of fire

"My son was named after the key grip
on the set of 'Dude, Where's My Car?'"
~ Jeff Stilson

"You've got kleptomania."
"I should take something for that, don't you think?"
~ The Longest Night"

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scooter
2006-03-26 19:36:00 UTC
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Post by Roshi SODDI
This thing about "the Jews killing Jesus"...
ALL of them did it? All at once? Big flash mob of Jews?
I thought the Romans killed Hay-Sus but I suspect the Freemasons were behind
it. If he ever comes back the Xians will lethal inject him for sure.

-s
Rev. Richard Skull
2006-03-26 23:16:33 UTC
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<<I thought the Romans killed Hay-Sus but I suspect the Freemasons were
behind
it. If he ever comes back the Xians will lethal inject him for sure. >>

Jesus was killed by a CIA hit squad operating under the guidance of the
NWO/Rockerfellers/Freemasons. They took a time machine back and did it.
and pinned the blame on Judas.

I read it on teh internet, so it must be true!
JohnN
2006-03-27 16:16:01 UTC
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Post by Rev. Richard Skull
<<I thought the Romans killed Hay-Sus but I suspect the Freemasons were
behind
it. If he ever comes back the Xians will lethal inject him for sure. >>
Jesus was killed by a CIA hit squad operating under the guidance of the
NWO/Rockerfellers/Freemasons. They took a time machine back and did it.
and pinned the blame on Judas.
They used the Trilateral Commission's time machine.

JohnN
Mike Painter
2006-03-26 08:43:12 UTC
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Post by Dan Wood
Post by Thandarr
It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right under
their noses. Bwahahahaha!
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something else. .
Wester?
Souther?
Norther?
Harder?

We found the body, it's canceled -er?
Robibnikoff
2006-03-26 14:06:21 UTC
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Post by Dan Wood
Post by Thandarr
It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right under
their noses. Bwahahahaha!
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something else. .
Fine. How about Oestre, it's original name?
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
HellPope Huey
2006-03-26 18:21:46 UTC
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Post by Dan Wood
Post by Thandarr
It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right under
their noses. Bwahahahaha!
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something else. .
GENERIC CHOCOLATE SURROGATE ANIMAL CONSUMPTION DAY!!! Jesus always
bites the heads off first, such a big kid He is.

--

HellPope Huey
Vini, Vidi, Gamerius:
I came, I saw, I blasphemed a little
and cut a mean rug in a halo of fire

"My son was named after the key grip
on the set of 'Dude, Where's My Car?'"
~ Jeff Stilson

"You've got kleptomania."
"I should take something for that, don't you think?"
~ The Longest Night"

http://www.beat-factory.net/hellpope/
http://www.modemac.com/wiki
Doktor Dark
2006-03-26 19:29:40 UTC
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I SAY LET'S MAKE IT BITE THE HEAD OFF A CHOCOLATE JESUS DAY!

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Robibnikoff
2006-03-27 19:42:10 UTC
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Post by Dan Wood
Post by Thandarr
It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right under
their noses. Bwahahahaha!
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something else. .
Wha? That doesn't even make sense. If she's sending her kid to Sunday
School, isn't she a christian?
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
Dan Wood
2006-03-27 23:27:28 UTC
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Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Thandarr
It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right under
their noses. Bwahahahaha!
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something else. .
Wha? That doesn't even make sense. If she's sending her kid to Sunday
School, isn't she a christian?
The parent didn't say that it was offensive to her, personally, but
it was offensive to some.

Dan Wood, DDS
Post by Robibnikoff
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
Robibnikoff
2006-03-28 15:29:33 UTC
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Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Thandarr
It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right under
their noses. Bwahahahaha!
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something else. .
Wha? That doesn't even make sense. If she's sending her kid to Sunday
School, isn't she a christian?
The parent didn't say that it was offensive to her, personally, but
it was offensive to some.
But the egg hunt is being held at the Sunday school, right? Who's getting
offended?
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
Dan Wood
2006-03-28 16:08:02 UTC
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Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Thandarr
It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right under
their noses. Bwahahahaha!
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something else. .
Wha? That doesn't even make sense. If she's sending her kid to Sunday
School, isn't she a christian?
The parent didn't say that it was offensive to her, personally, but
it was offensive to some.
But the egg hunt is being held at the Sunday school, right? Who's getting
offended?
Some of the parent's acquaintances, I suppose, she did not identify
the person(s) who objected. The hunt will be held on a slightly
wooded area adjoining the Church grounds.

Dan Wood, DDS
Post by Robibnikoff
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
I'm curous, why would you elect to call yourself "Atheist Bastard....."?
Robibnikoff
2006-03-28 17:28:27 UTC
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snip
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
But the egg hunt is being held at the Sunday school, right? Who's getting
offended?
Some of the parent's acquaintances, I suppose, she did not identify
the person(s) who objected.
I guess they were also planning on attending - otherwise I don't see why it
would be any of their business.

The hunt will be held on a slightly
Post by Dan Wood
wooded area adjoining the Church grounds.
Dan Wood, DDS
Post by Robibnikoff
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
I'm curous, why would you elect to call yourself "Atheist Bastard....."?
Because I am one. I'm an atheist and was born out of wedlock - for the
first two years of my life, I was legally a bastard. BTW, I obviously don't
view that as a bad word. Not my fault my parents were teenagers who forgot
the birth control. Why should I view the label I acquired through no fault
of my own as bad?
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
König Prüße, GfbAEV
2006-03-28 18:23:38 UTC
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Post by Robibnikoff
snip
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
But the egg hunt is being held at the Sunday school, right? Who's getting
offended?
Some of the parent's acquaintances, I suppose, she did not identify
the person(s) who objected.
I guess they were also planning on attending - otherwise I don't see why it
would be any of their business.
The hunt will be held on a slightly
Post by Dan Wood
wooded area adjoining the Church grounds.
Dan Wood, DDS
Post by Robibnikoff
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
I'm curous, why would you elect to call yourself "Atheist Bastard....."?
Because I am one. I'm an atheist and was born out of wedlock - for the
first two years of my life, I was legally a bastard. BTW, I obviously don't
view that as a bad word. Not my fault my parents were teenagers who forgot
the birth control. Why should I view the label I acquired through no fault
of my own as bad?
--
How can anyone guarantee their legitimacy 10 generations!?!?

Deuteronomy 23:2 A bastard shall not enter into the congregation of the LORD;
even to his tenth generation shall he not enter into the congregation of the
LORD.

I think that if all of the bastards (love children)
left the churches, there would be a lot of empty pews.
Robibnikoff
2006-03-28 19:09:11 UTC
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"König Prüße" <=?iso-8859-1?Q?K=F6nig=20Pr=FC=DFe?=>; "GfbAEV"
Post by König Prüße, GfbAEV
Post by Robibnikoff
snip
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
But the egg hunt is being held at the Sunday school, right? Who's getting
offended?
Some of the parent's acquaintances, I suppose, she did not identify
the person(s) who objected.
I guess they were also planning on attending - otherwise I don't see why it
would be any of their business.
The hunt will be held on a slightly
Post by Dan Wood
wooded area adjoining the Church grounds.
Dan Wood, DDS
Post by Robibnikoff
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
I'm curous, why would you elect to call yourself "Atheist
Bastard....."?
Because I am one. I'm an atheist and was born out of wedlock - for the
first two years of my life, I was legally a bastard. BTW, I obviously don't
view that as a bad word. Not my fault my parents were teenagers who forgot
the birth control. Why should I view the label I acquired through no fault
of my own as bad?
--
How can anyone guarantee their legitimacy 10 generations!?!?
Deuteronomy 23:2 A bastard shall not enter into the congregation of the LORD;
even to his tenth generation shall he not enter into the congregation of the
LORD.
LOL - Good point. After tracking down a cousin through ancestry.com who
gave me access to a family tree going back 200+ years, I found out that I'm
not the only little "boo boo" in the family ;)
Post by König Prüße, GfbAEV
I think that if all of the bastards (love children)
left the churches, there would be a lot of empty pews.
I agree ;)
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
Mike Painter
2006-03-29 03:07:57 UTC
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Post by König Prüße, GfbAEV
Post by Robibnikoff
snip
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
But the egg hunt is being held at the Sunday school, right? Who's getting
offended?
Some of the parent's acquaintances, I suppose, she did not identify
the person(s) who objected.
I guess they were also planning on attending - otherwise I don't see
why it would be any of their business.
The hunt will be held on a slightly
Post by Dan Wood
wooded area adjoining the Church grounds.
Dan Wood, DDS
Post by Robibnikoff
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
I'm curous, why would you elect to call yourself "Atheist
Bastard....."?
Because I am one. I'm an atheist and was born out of wedlock - for
the first two years of my life, I was legally a bastard. BTW, I
obviously don't view that as a bad word. Not my fault my parents
were teenagers who forgot the birth control. Why should I view the
label I acquired through no fault of my own as bad?
--
How can anyone guarantee their legitimacy 10 generations!?!?
Deuteronomy 23:2 A bastard shall not enter into the congregation of
the LORD; even to his tenth generation shall he not enter into the
congregation of the LORD.
I think that if all of the bastards (love children)
left the churches, there would be a lot of empty pews.
Drive around any American city on any Sunday except Easter and you will find
this to be true now...
Dan Wood
2006-03-28 22:17:04 UTC
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Post by Robibnikoff
snip
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
But the egg hunt is being held at the Sunday school, right? Who's getting
offended?
Some of the parent's acquaintances, I suppose, she did not identify
the person(s) who objected.
I guess they were also planning on attending - otherwise I don't see why it
would be any of their business.
The hunt will be held on a slightly
Post by Dan Wood
wooded area adjoining the Church grounds.
Dan Wood, DDS
Post by Robibnikoff
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
I'm curous, why would you elect to call yourself "Atheist Bastard....."?
Because I am one. I'm an atheist and was born out of wedlock - for the
first two years of my life, I was legally a bastard. BTW, I obviously don't
view that as a bad word. Not my fault my parents were teenagers who forgot
the birth control. Why should I view the label I acquired through no fault
of my own as bad?
You shouldn't. But unfortunately, narrow minded people do take a
dim view. I would not recommend you to broadcast it and give them
ammunition. It's wrong of them to disparage you over something
that you were helpless to control. You are totally innocent.

Best Wishes
Dan Wood, DDS
Post by Robibnikoff
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
Robibnikoff
2006-03-29 14:42:59 UTC
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snip
Post by Fredric L. Rice
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
I'm curous, why would you elect to call yourself "Atheist
Bastard....."?
Because I am one. I'm an atheist and was born out of wedlock - for the
first two years of my life, I was legally a bastard. BTW, I obviously
don't
Post by Robibnikoff
view that as a bad word. Not my fault my parents were teenagers who
forgot
Post by Robibnikoff
the birth control. Why should I view the label I acquired through no
fault
Post by Robibnikoff
of my own as bad?
You shouldn't. But unfortunately, narrow minded people do take a
dim view.
So?

I would not recommend you to broadcast it and give them
Post by Fredric L. Rice
ammunition. It's wrong of them to disparage you over something
that you were helpless to control. You are totally innocent.
Gee, tell me something I don't know. BTW, I honestly don't give a shit what
other people think of my signature.
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
Desertphile
2006-03-28 17:50:00 UTC
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Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
I'm curous, why would you elect to call yourself "Atheist Bastard....."?
Because it is vastly less insulting than "Christian bastard."
Fwap
2006-03-28 17:53:26 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Mar 2006 11:08:02 -0500, "Dan Wood"
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Thandarr
It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right under
their noses. Bwahahahaha!
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something else.
.
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Wha? That doesn't even make sense. If she's sending her kid to Sunday
School, isn't she a christian?
The parent didn't say that it was offensive to her, personally, but
it was offensive to some.
But the egg hunt is being held at the Sunday school, right? Who's getting
offended?
Some of the parent's acquaintances, I suppose, she did not identify
the person(s) who objected. The hunt will be held on a slightly
wooded area adjoining the Church grounds.
So that's where we stage this year's Wild Hunt?

If I bringeth the beer, who wilsth bringeth the dogs and the
antlers?

...
Dan Wood
2006-03-28 22:19:36 UTC
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Post by Fwap
On Tue, 28 Mar 2006 11:08:02 -0500, "Dan Wood"
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Thandarr
It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right under
their noses. Bwahahahaha!
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something else.
.
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Wha? That doesn't even make sense. If she's sending her kid to Sunday
School, isn't she a christian?
The parent didn't say that it was offensive to her, personally, but
it was offensive to some.
But the egg hunt is being held at the Sunday school, right? Who's getting
offended?
Some of the parent's acquaintances, I suppose, she did not identify
the person(s) who objected. The hunt will be held on a slightly
wooded area adjoining the Church grounds.
So that's where we stage this year's Wild Hunt?
If I bringeth the beer, who wilsth bringeth the dogs and the
antlers?
I'll bring the dogs. I'm a deer hunter from way back

Dan Wood, DDS
Post by Fwap
...
Robibnikoff
2006-03-29 14:43:33 UTC
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Post by Dan Wood
Post by Fwap
On Tue, 28 Mar 2006 11:08:02 -0500, "Dan Wood"
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Thandarr
It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right
under
Post by Fwap
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Thandarr
their noses. Bwahahahaha!
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something
else.
Post by Fwap
Post by Dan Wood
.
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Wha? That doesn't even make sense. If she's sending her kid to
Sunday
Post by Fwap
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
School, isn't she a christian?
The parent didn't say that it was offensive to her, personally, but
it was offensive to some.
But the egg hunt is being held at the Sunday school, right? Who's
getting
Post by Fwap
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
offended?
Some of the parent's acquaintances, I suppose, she did not identify
the person(s) who objected. The hunt will be held on a slightly
wooded area adjoining the Church grounds.
So that's where we stage this year's Wild Hunt?
If I bringeth the beer, who wilsth bringeth the dogs and the
antlers?
I'll bring the dogs. I'm a deer hunter from way back
Ah, so now we know what REALLY happened to Bambi's mother ;)
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
Dan Wood
2006-03-30 22:38:05 UTC
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Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Fwap
On Tue, 28 Mar 2006 11:08:02 -0500, "Dan Wood"
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Thandarr
It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right
under
Post by Fwap
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Thandarr
their noses. Bwahahahaha!
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something
else.
Post by Fwap
Post by Dan Wood
.
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Wha? That doesn't even make sense. If she's sending her kid to
Sunday
Post by Fwap
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
School, isn't she a christian?
The parent didn't say that it was offensive to her, personally, but
it was offensive to some.
But the egg hunt is being held at the Sunday school, right? Who's
getting
Post by Fwap
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
offended?
Some of the parent's acquaintances, I suppose, she did not identify
the person(s) who objected. The hunt will be held on a slightly
wooded area adjoining the Church grounds.
So that's where we stage this year's Wild Hunt?
If I bringeth the beer, who wilsth bringeth the dogs and the
antlers?
I'll bring the dogs. I'm a deer hunter from way back
Ah, so now we know what REALLY happened to Bambi's mother ;)
Yes, she was good eating.
Post by Robibnikoff
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
Mike Painter
2006-03-31 04:48:29 UTC
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Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Ah, so now we know what REALLY happened to Bambi's mother ;)
Yes, she was good eating.
Google.video has the wonderful feature film "Bambi meets Godzilla"
Robibnikoff
2006-03-31 09:51:32 UTC
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Post by Mike Painter
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Ah, so now we know what REALLY happened to Bambi's mother ;)
Yes, she was good eating.
Google.video has the wonderful feature film "Bambi meets Godzilla"
I first saw that back in college - They usually showed it right before the
midnight viewin of "The Rock Horror Picture Show" ;)
--
Robyn
Resident Witchypoo
Atheist Bastard Extraordinaire
#1557
Thandarr
2006-03-31 17:36:21 UTC
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Robyn wrote:

I first saw that back in college - They usually showed it right before
the
midnight viewin of "The Rock Horror Picture Show" ;)


Thandarr responds:

Long live RHPS! Long may it fill the cinemas at midnight!

I just learned today that a friend of mine is actually a RHPS virgin.
Obviously, he needs help.
Thandarr
Robibnikoff
2006-03-31 19:33:10 UTC
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Post by Robibnikoff
I first saw that back in college - They usually showed it right before the
midnight viewin of "The Rock Horror Picture Show" ;)
Long live RHPS! Long may it fill the cinemas at midnight!
I just learned today that a friend of mine is actually a RHPS virgin.
Obviously, he needs help.
LOL - Assimilate him! ;)
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Desertphile
2006-03-28 01:09:50 UTC
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Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something else. .
Wha? That doesn't even make sense. If she's sending her kid to Sunday
School, isn't she a christian?
Some Christians realize Easter is a (obviously) pagan holiday and will
not have anything to do with it. Other Christians actually believe
Easter has something to do with a dead Jew on a stick. There's no
telling who the Christian lunatics are without a score card.
Post by Robibnikoff
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Robibnikoff
2006-03-28 10:05:26 UTC
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Post by Desertphile
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something else. .
Wha? That doesn't even make sense. If she's sending her kid to Sunday
School, isn't she a christian?
Some Christians realize Easter is a (obviously) pagan holiday and will
not have anything to do with it. Other Christians actually believe
Easter has something to do with a dead Jew on a stick. There's no
telling who the Christian lunatics are without a score card.
LOL - Good answer :)
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Fredric L. Rice
2006-03-29 04:07:08 UTC
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Post by Desertphile
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
My wife, a Sunday School teacher of seven year olds sent a
note to the parents about an Easter egg hunt for Saturday
before Easter. She received a letter from a parent saying that
easter was offensive to some and it should be called something else. .
Wha? That doesn't even make sense. If she's sending her kid to Sunday
School, isn't she a christian?
Some Christians realize Easter is a (obviously) pagan holiday and will
not have anything to do with it. Other Christians actually believe
Easter has something to do with a dead Jew on a stick. There's no
telling who the Christian lunatics are without a score card.
Recall we've had some of those in the FidoNet HolySmoke echo come
through, admitting they knew what Easter actually was. It was
damn rare.

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duke
2006-03-26 23:09:22 UTC
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Post by Thandarr
It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right under
their noses. Bwahahahaha!
Thandarr
?????????

Good Friday is not for another 3 weeks.

Haahaahaahaahaahaaa/

duke, American-American
*****
"The Mass is the most perfect form of Prayer."
Pope Paul VI
*****
Thandarr
2006-03-27 16:07:51 UTC
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Yes, I know. For some reason they always schedule it right before
Easter.

But already:

Many national stores are choosing not to have their employees say
"Happy Good Friday!" to their customers.

The "Good Friday" decorations are all silently disappearing.

Many radio stations are playing significantly less "Good Friday" music
than they have in the past.

Fox News needs to get on this story immediately!

Thandarr
Post by duke
Post by Thandarr
It looks like we managed to sneak our War on Good Friday right under
their noses. Bwahahahaha!
Thandarr
?????????
Good Friday is not for another 3 weeks.
Haahaahaahaahaahaaa/
duke, American-American
*****
"The Mass is the most perfect form of Prayer."
Pope Paul VI
*****
duke
2006-03-28 11:43:31 UTC
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Post by Thandarr
Yes, I know. For some reason they always schedule it right before
Easter.
Many national stores are choosing not to have their employees say
"Happy Good Friday!" to their customers.
The "Good Friday" decorations are all silently disappearing.
Disappearing??? Never seen those before. And I live in heavy Catholic
country.
Post by Thandarr
Many radio stations are playing significantly less "Good Friday" music
than they have in the past.
Fox News needs to get on this story immediately!
Thandarr
Nah, you're making the whole thing up. Because you got caught thinking Good
Friday was past.

duke, American-American
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"The Mass is the most perfect form of Prayer."
Pope Paul VI
*****
just john
2006-03-28 12:46:03 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by Thandarr
Many radio stations are playing significantly less "Good Friday" music
than they have in the past.
Fox News needs to get on this story immediately!
Thandarr
Nah, you're making the whole thing up. Because you got caught thinking Good
Friday was past.
What, they STILL haven't crucified that guy? His lawyer really should object.
I bet he could get the whole case thrown out.
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Patrick I. McCurry
2006-03-29 10:30:29 UTC
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Post by just john
Post by duke
Post by Thandarr
Many radio stations are playing significantly less "Good Friday"
music than they have in the past.
Fox News needs to get on this story immediately!
Thandarr
Nah, you're making the whole thing up. Because you got caught
thinking Good Friday was past.
What, they STILL haven't crucified that guy? His lawyer really
should
Post by just john
object.
I bet he could get the whole case thrown out.
Not since he was declared an enemy combatant by the above reproach
informant Judas. Or as his friend Bush calls him 30 SilverMan
because he's all about the bling.

The evidence is rather compelling with the alleged riot incitement on
the mount and sudden unprovoked bout of violence on those innocently
conducting business in a temple.
Thandarr
2006-03-28 19:05:34 UTC
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How dare you suggest I thought Good Friday was past? I knew it all
along, obviously. Can't you tell from my post? You can't?

Actually, I think I remember this from Sunday School. On Good Friday
Jesus was crucified and died and was buried. Three days later he rose
from the tomb. And if he saw his shadow there were six more weeks of
winter.

Okay, maybe I confused it with Maundy Thursday. That one's past, isn't
it? Maundy Thursday. Yeah, that's it.

Thandarr

P.S. Of course I'm making it all up. It's Usenet!
Post by duke
Post by Thandarr
Yes, I know. For some reason they always schedule it right before
Easter.
Many national stores are choosing not to have their employees say
"Happy Good Friday!" to their customers.
The "Good Friday" decorations are all silently disappearing.
Disappearing??? Never seen those before. And I live in heavy Catholic
country.
Post by Thandarr
Many radio stations are playing significantly less "Good Friday" music
than they have in the past.
Fox News needs to get on this story immediately!
Thandarr
Nah, you're making the whole thing up. Because you got caught thinking Good
Friday was past.
duke, American-American
*****
"The Mass is the most perfect form of Prayer."
Pope Paul VI
*****
t***@comcast.net
2006-04-01 13:07:25 UTC
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You mean Duke has never pestered merchants in his area to honor Good
Friday?


Paul

Mgr Dry Martini
2006-03-26 09:29:18 UTC
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We could bring back pre- Christian spring equinox practice. Whoever
gets the burned hot crossless bun gets burned in the wicker man.
Rev. Ivan Stang
2006-03-27 16:30:54 UTC
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Post by Mgr Dry Martini
We could bring back pre- Christian spring equinox practice. Whoever
gets the burned hot crossless bun gets burned in the wicker man.
Nowadays we use teabagged Oreos instead of those old fashioned buns.
Budikka666
2006-03-26 14:32:43 UTC
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eostre

Easter - another festival the christian plagiarists stole from the
pagans!

Budikka
duke
2006-03-26 23:08:31 UTC
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Post by Budikka666
Easter - another festival the christian plagiarists stole from the
pagans!
Sorry, bud, but Jesus walking from the tomb on the third day came along 14.5
billion years before the easter bunny.

duke, American-American
*****
"The Mass is the most perfect form of Prayer."
Pope Paul VI
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Rev. Dementertainment
2006-03-27 17:57:19 UTC
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Post by Mgr Dry Martini
We could bring back pre- Christian spring equinox practice. Whoever
gets the burned hot crossless bun gets burned in the wicker man.
Couldn't we just stick with burning virgins? We could lose a really
good slut that way...
________________________________________________________________

That, dear girl, is what a REAL maypole looks like.
Fwap
2006-03-27 18:47:26 UTC
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On 27 Mar 2006 09:57:19 -0800, "Rev. Dementertainment"
Post by Rev. Dementertainment
Post by Mgr Dry Martini
We could bring back pre- Christian spring equinox practice. Whoever
gets the burned hot crossless bun gets burned in the wicker man.
Couldn't we just stick with burning virgins? We could lose a really
good slut that way...
________________________________________________________________
That, dear girl, is what a REAL maypole looks like.
Nah. Doesn't work. The pole burns trough at the base before
the virgin is properly incinerated. Then it tips over, and
you've got bits of half-roast ex-virgin splattered all over
the solstice party. So we fixed it so that we do the
bonfire, and the swedes to the thing with the pole. But of
course, the swedes had to pussy out and put a symbolic
wreath at the top instead. Fucking swedes can't ever get
things quite right. We all do the dancing round whatever it
is and getting drunk, though.

...
Fredric L. Rice
2006-03-29 04:05:26 UTC
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Post by Rev. Dementertainment
Post by Mgr Dry Martini
We could bring back pre- Christian spring equinox practice. Whoever
gets the burned hot crossless bun gets burned in the wicker man.
Couldn't we just stick with burning virgins? We could lose a really
good slut that way...
That, dear girl, is what a REAL maypole looks like.
The Wicker Man -- that one a _great_ movie. The Inn Keepeer's Daughter.
}:-}
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Robibnikoff
2006-03-27 19:43:09 UTC
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Post by Budikka666
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eostre
Easter - another festival the christian plagiarists stole from the
pagans!
Yes, indeedy. I mean, what the hell do bunnies have to do with Jeebus?
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König Prüße, GfbAEV
2006-03-27 20:29:17 UTC
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Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Budikka666
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eostre
Easter - another festival the christian plagiarists stole from the
pagans!
Yes, indeedy. I mean, what the hell do bunnies have to do with Jeebus?
Don't forget Landover Baptist!
http://www.landoverbaptist.org/
Robibnikoff
2006-03-27 20:37:13 UTC
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"König Prüße" <=?iso-8859-1?Q?K=F6nig=20Pr=FC=DFe?=>; "GfbAEV"
Post by König Prüße, GfbAEV
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Budikka666
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eostre
Easter - another festival the christian plagiarists stole from the
pagans!
Yes, indeedy. I mean, what the hell do bunnies have to do with Jeebus?
Don't forget Landover Baptist!
http://www.landoverbaptist.org/
LOL :)
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Dan Wood
2006-03-27 23:40:08 UTC
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Post by König Prüße, GfbAEV
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Budikka666
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eostre
Easter - another festival the christian plagiarists stole from the
pagans!
Yes, indeedy. I mean, what the hell do bunnies have to do with Jeebus?
Christians adopted several pagan holidays. The reason was to make
Christianity more acceptable to pagans whom missionary programs
were directed. Jeebus for Jesus? Is this just insensitivity of ignorance?

Dan Wood, DDS
Post by König Prüße, GfbAEV
Don't forget Landover Baptist!
http://www.landoverbaptist.org/
König Prüße, GfbAEV
2006-03-27 23:57:10 UTC
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Post by Dan Wood
Post by König Prüße, GfbAEV
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Budikka666
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eostre
Easter - another festival the christian plagiarists stole from the
pagans!
Yes, indeedy. I mean, what the hell do bunnies have to do with Jeebus?
Christians adopted several pagan holidays. The reason was to make
Christianity more acceptable to pagans whom missionary programs
were directed. Jeebus for Jesus? Is this just insensitivity of ignorance?
Dan Wood, DDS
Post by König Prüße, GfbAEV
Don't forget Landover Baptist!
http://www.landoverbaptist.org/
I dunno. There seem to be lots of overlays.
Like with the Christians on top of the Jews
on top of the Pagans and Pantheists and
Animists. Then, on top of that, you got your
Muslims, and Mormons. And the veritable
plethora of Johnny-Come-Lately Saviors.
Religion is Big Business! Show me one of
those bastards that is handing out money
instead of telling you that you got to give
it up because God sez so, and you'll burn
if you don't. If that's not extortion, I'll
kiss your ass!

Bunch of pimps and used car dealers!

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Robibnikoff
2006-03-28 00:51:45 UTC
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Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Budikka666
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eostre
Easter - another festival the christian plagiarists stole from the
pagans!
Yes, indeedy. I mean, what the hell do bunnies have to do with Jeebus?
Christians adopted several pagan holidays. The reason was to make
Christianity more acceptable to pagans whom missionary programs
were directed. Jeebus for Jesus? Is this just insensitivity of ignorance?
Total insensitivity. So?

Would you prefer Jesus Xmas on a Pogo Stick?
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scooter
2006-03-28 03:40:51 UTC
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Post by Robibnikoff
Yes, indeedy. I mean, what the hell do bunnies have to do with Jeebus?
The Bunnies patrol your bedroom in case a Goldfish attempts to put a
Lincoln Log in your sock drawer.

-s
Dan Wood
2006-03-28 04:15:12 UTC
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Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Budikka666
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eostre
Easter - another festival the christian plagiarists stole from the
pagans!
Yes, indeedy. I mean, what the hell do bunnies have to do with Jeebus?
Christians adopted several pagan holidays. The reason was to make
Christianity more acceptable to pagans whom missionary programs
were directed. Jeebus for Jesus? Is this just insensitivity of ignorance?
Total insensitivity. So?
Obviously, the Christian lady was being sensitive to the feelings
of others, something perhaps you fail to comprehend.
<snip nonsensical statement>

Dan Wood, DDS (the painless dentist)
Post by Robibnikoff
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Robibnikoff
2006-03-28 10:06:29 UTC
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Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Budikka666
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eostre
Easter - another festival the christian plagiarists stole from the
pagans!
Yes, indeedy. I mean, what the hell do bunnies have to do with
Jeebus?
Post by Robibnikoff
Post by Dan Wood
Christians adopted several pagan holidays. The reason was to make
Christianity more acceptable to pagans whom missionary programs
were directed. Jeebus for Jesus? Is this just insensitivity of
ignorance?
Post by Robibnikoff
Total insensitivity. So?
Obviously, the Christian lady was being sensitive to the feelings
of others, something perhaps you fail to comprehend.
Actually a) I personally believe you're wrong (and what lady are you
referring to?) and b) don't really care.
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skyeyes
2006-03-30 23:00:03 UTC
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Post by Dan Wood
Christians adopted several pagan holidays. The reason was to make
Christianity more acceptable to pagans whom missionary programs
were directed.
Yes, we know.
Post by Dan Wood
Jeebus for Jesus? Is this just insensitivity of ignorance?
Oh, it's intentional, dear. No ignorance involved. I will confess,
however, that we cribbed it from The Simpsons.

Brenda Nelson, A.A.#34
EAC Professor of Feline Thermometrics and Cat-Herding
Don
2006-03-30 23:08:43 UTC
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GO EASTER! GO CHRISTMAS!

Screw the political correctness crap - it's ridiculous when it comes to
major US holidays. I wonder how many kids actually associate Easter
and Christmas with religious principals versus commerical ones? I bet
that split is probably close to 50-50.

I mean come on Holiday Dance - it's the Christmas Dance. It doesn't
mean that you celebrate this particular religious holiday - it simply
means you're attending a dance in the winter which usually falls near a
major "recognized" US holiday.

A huge majority of the country doesn't have to go to work on XMAS day -
should we call this unconstitutional? If I can't go to my favorite
store on Christmas because it is closed are my rights being violated.

Please............call it for what it is.
Don
2006-03-30 23:09:32 UTC
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"principles"
The Bishop
2006-03-30 23:24:00 UTC
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Christmas Day is a national holiday in America.

Religion is no longer required.

Failure to wassail, however, is a class B felony punishable by
mandatory Kwanzaa parties for 7 solstices going forward.
Santolina chamaecyparissus
2006-03-28 00:21:44 UTC
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Post by Fredric L. Rice
http://www.bradblog.com/archives/00002601.htm
3/24/2006
VIDEO - Fox Kicks Off 'War On Easter'
Start with the term "Easter", which was invented by
atheistsecularistabortionists as a way of getting rid of the
Resurrection. Henceforth, this day will be known as Resurrectionmas.

Then there are all those gay pastel colors. Obviously this was
promoted by the atheistsecularistabortionisthomosexual lobby. Blood
red, black, and white only on Resurrectionmas, please.

Images of bunnies are okay, so long as they are being ritually
slaughtered and burned as sacrifices to the Almighty. The
atheistsecularistabortionisthomosexualPETAnuts won't like it, but too
bad.

Finally, eggs are okay too, provided they are decorated with pictures
of aborted fetuses and then tossed at the homes of
atheistsecularistabortionisthomosexualPETAnutcommiedemlibs.

We're taking back Resurrectionmas.
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