This Week in Religion

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Post by Still216 » 03 Jul 2008, 9:53pm

Wolter wrote: Pantepa's Paulgar Display of Sauza.
Which was the superior predecessor to The Great Sauzan Tep-Kill.
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Post by Olaf » 04 Jul 2008, 12:48pm

Sauza Paul in Cambodia
Ivan meets Sauza Paul
I saw Mommy kissing Sauza Paul
Sauza Paul got stuck in my chimney
Little Red Sauza Paul

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Post by Olaf » 05 Jul 2008, 5:16pm

Flying Sauza Rock'n'Roll

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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by Wolter » 06 Jul 2008, 5:22pm

Olaf wrote:Flying Sauza Rock'n'Paul
Paul'd.

But awesome either way.
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Post by threecoffins » 07 Jul 2008, 1:52pm

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I always had a sneaking suspicion that Dr. Zaius was The Almighty.

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Post by JennyB » 08 Jul 2008, 10:57am

threecoffins wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:Image
I always had a sneaking suspicion that Dr. Zaius was The Almighty.
Thanks TCR, now I'm singing the Dr. Zaius song to the tune of Rock Me Amadeus. Wait, that's awesome.
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Post by threecoffins » 08 Jul 2008, 11:01am

JennyB wrote:
threecoffins wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:Image
I always had a sneaking suspicion that Dr. Zaius was The Almighty.
Thanks TCR, now I'm singing the Dr. Zaius song to the tune of Rock Me Amadeus. Wait, that's awesome.
Damn fuckin' straight!

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Post by revbob » 13 Jul 2008, 6:01pm

Apparently I live in a state full of heathens.
Faithless in Vermont?
Are Vermonters heathens?

Not exactly, but they are less religious than people in most other states, according to a national poll conducted by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life.

The U.S. Religious Landscape Survey, which combines results for Vermont and New Hampshire, suggests that people in the two states pray less often, are less likely to attend weekly services and are less likely to believe in God with absolute certainty than are people in the rest of the nation.

http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/apps ... 007/NEWS02

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Post by Dr. Medulla » 14 Jul 2008, 3:52pm

First Amendment, meet Second Amendment …
OKLAHOMA CITY -- An Oklahoma church canceled a controversial gun giveaway for teenagers at a weekend youth conference.

Windsor Hills Baptist had planned to give away a semiautomatic assault rifle until one of the event's organizers was unable to attend.

The church’s youth pastor, Bob Ross, said it’s a way of trying to encourage young people to attend the event. The church expected hundreds of teenagers from as far away as Canada.

“We have 21 hours of preaching and teaching throughout the week,” Ross said.

A video on the church Web site shows the shooting competition from last year’s conference. A gun giveaway was part of the event last year. This year, organizers included it in their marketing.

“I don’t want people thinking ‘My goodness, we’re putting a weapon in the hand of somebody that doesn’t respect it who are then going to go out and kill,'” said Ross. “That’s not at all what we’re trying to do.”

Ross said the conference isn’t all about guns, but rather about teens finding faith.

“You make a lot of new friends down here,” said Vikki Goncharenko, who attended the conference. “You get to meet new people. There's a bunch of things that are going on. It's just, you have a wonderful time.”

Friday evening, Ross said the gun giveaway had been canceled. Pastor emeritus Jim Vineyard, who ran the event, injured his foot and wouldn’t be able to attend. The gun giveaway was also removed from the church Web site.

Ross said the church would give the gun away next year instead. He said the church spent $800 buying the gun for the promotion.
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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by Dr. Medulla » 30 Jul 2008, 9:39am

Walrus birth doesn't make good breakfast conversation!

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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by revbob » 30 Jul 2008, 9:51am

A safe deposit box is hardly an appropriate shrine for such a magnificent piece of holy food.

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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by Wolter » 30 Jul 2008, 9:53am

revbob wrote:
A safe deposit box is hardly an appropriate shrine for such a magnificent piece of holy food.
Tep's Cheesus is good enough for me, anyway.
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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by tepista » 30 Jul 2008, 12:38pm

Wolter wrote:
revbob wrote:
A safe deposit box is hardly an appropriate shrine for such a magnificent piece of holy food.
Tep's Cheesus is good enough for me, anyway.
Thank you Wolt, y'all know fuck-well I found the Cheesus 15 months ago.

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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by tepista » 30 Jul 2008, 12:40pm

revbob wrote:
A safe deposit box is hardly an appropriate shrine for such a magnificent piece of holy food.
I still have mine, did she get offers? I sell the fuckin savior, I have bills.
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