Sunday, July 17, 2005

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Jesus Says

8 comments:

Aaron Kinney said...

Who the hell drew this thing?

Hellbound Alleee said...

Little alleee, age 7.

breakerslion said...

Ok, I was going to let this pass without comment, but since silence has been broken... What's Jesus doing with his right hand? Is that a "ghetto grab"?

Rev. Barking Nonsequitor said...

I can sure tell that you grew up Catholic! I didn't even know what an Atheist was until I was in my early 20's. I am convinced that my gradeschool parish was fairly moderate - there WAS a shortage of nuns that still had their teeth. Sister Mary Carol, our principle, was much feared, but I did see her once without her habit - and she was a redhead! Come to think of it, if she had done something with herself she would have been great piece of fiery ass! And a fiesy wench she could have been - argh! Too bad she was married to Our Loving Savior. I had too much unrequited love for the redheaded class queen, Sheila Wrobel, to notice what a bod SMC had on her. Note to self: "Fantacize about redheaded nuns tonight". I believe it was the Marquis de Sade that was imprisioned for having intercourse with nuns. Have a nice day. Poop.

Hellbound Alleee said...

If you're talking to me, nope. I grew up literally in the Calvary Bible Church. It is a breakoff of the Presbyterian church--the presbys aren't conservative enough. It was evangelical; very much like baptist. It was very very anti-Catholic: the Catholics aren't considered Christians. In fact, they are supposed to be pagans.

Skull_Duggery said...

Gack....what an unsavory thought. Catholics as Pagans. Now THAT is a non-sequitur.

Hellbound Alleee said...

My former church thinks that Catholics are pagans because:

literal eucharist
Praying to Mary and Saints
Crucifixes (a cross with a bloody Jesus) are false idols
Incense
Holy Water
the pope

...etc etc. My former church was, however, nowhere near as strict about plainness as my grandmother's church, the Quakers. My former church had a lot of emotional display, which, I think, is as much ritual and pagan as anything the Catholics do, possibly more so. I mean, come on. A person writhing around on the ground and speaking in tongues? Sounds like Voodooo to me.

Rev. Barking Nonsequitor said...

I have always been pretty good at spotting the "catholic" mind - course maybe it's just coincidence since there are so many of them. Just goes to show, there is no shortage of religious hatemongers - regardless of what they call themselves.