Sunday, September 17, 2006

Here's an Idea...

If you don't want people to think you're batshit insane...

JesusCamp Poster

...Stop acting batshit insane.

Just a thought.

12 comments:

Will Divide said...

"Camp" like Adam West?

Neddie said...

"Camp" like "Concentration."

Bobby Lightfoot said...

Heyyyyy, c'mon now- let's all try to lighten up on our Christian brethren. Heyyy. Heyyyy.

roxtar said...

Bobby is right. We need to understand that our Christian brethren enjoy access to....well, let's call it an alternate reality.

Of course, the same can be said for schizophrenics. Hey, I'm all in favor of folks having friends, even invisible friends. But the Resident has an invisible friend telling him what to do in the Middle East, and I'm not particularly cool with that.

The Viscount LaCarte said...

We're all gonna die. Soon.

Bobby Lightfoot said...

Mein Jesus Kampf.

Blowing Shit Up With Gas said...

God damn, that's one fucked up kid. Take a closer look at her eyes. I think that's the scariest thing I've ever seen. It's going to take some therapist decades to un-fuck-up that little girl, if it's even possible at this point.

Black Jack Shellac said...

I made it about 30 seconds into the trailer via Crooks and Liars this morning, and then I had to retreat cause it was just too painful to watch these little kiddies being indoctrinated. This is what it must have been like for the little Deutsche-Kiddies during the brown shirt indoctrination process. Exactly the same. And I'm just as terrified of these kids as I would have been of the brown shirts.

The Sam Harris link from the viscount lacarte is an excellent read, even if we are all doomed by the sky fairy types.

Ronzoni Rigatoni said...

Dang. Ol' Tbogg's gotten serious about this today. No Koufax Komedy award for this post:

http://tbogg.blogspot.com

Christofascism? But it's OK because it's not Islamofascism, I guess. There's a difference?

Akatabi said...

Mmmmm... Communion S'mores! And you can use the same campfire for autos da fe.

H. Rumbold, Master Barber

monicker said...

Hmmm...sounds like home. Scary, very scary.

Devil's Rancher said...

Mid-August, I received, free of charge, (under the blade of my windscreen wiper) a thin pamphlet from one church or another announcing "NUCLEAR WAR SEPT. 12TH! Down a ways from this headline was a little note asking me to subscribe now. How do they expect us to believe their bullshit when they clearly don't believe it themselves?