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1149 clicks; posted to Main » on 19 Jan 2003 at 10:08 AM (15 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2003-01-19 10:17:26 AM  
"The Church does not consider animals to be the equals of man. Animals are not endowed with a soul and as such, are not bound for heaven."

it isn't heaven to me if i can't be reunited with my past dogs...
2003-01-19 10:19:54 AM  
What is there to do anyways? It sounds boring.
2003-01-19 10:33:54 AM  
"Animals are not endowed with a soul and as such, are not bound for heaven."

Well, at least I won't have to face all the dead kittens.

Oh, wait, I'm probably going to hell.. Do dead animals go to hell?
2003-01-19 11:29:29 AM  
You think church for domestic pets is weird? That´s nothing, I still think church for humans is bizarre. "Eating" the body of someone who has been dead for 1970, more or less, years, now that´s odd. Poor guy dies crucified and now we all make fun of him by using crosses everywhere. He never even wrote a single word in his all life, and yet he is an inspiration for millions. Talk about biased point of view of someone... And let´s not forget the time when a new Messiah was believed to be found, millions of jewish folks followed him, only to be betrayed when he cowered away when his life was put at risk, thus triggering the anger of millions because of his deceit and the burning of (almost) all the books that mentioned him. I guess they don´t take lightly the refusal of being a martyr. And the universe is infinite? Yeah, right, that´s what the inhabitants of the Easter Island thought about the sea (being isolated from the rest of the world and all that).

Institutionalized celebrity fanatism has come a long way, and that´s not necessarily a bad thing. But I guess the whole point I'm trying to make here is I HATE SAUERKRAUT. That's all I'm really trying to say.

End Rant
2003-01-19 11:45:32 AM  
Should have the cool tag.
2003-01-19 12:12:20 PM  
One woman entered the church, making the sign of the cross with one hand and holding a cat in the other.

[rushes to bathroom and is confused over what to do first: urinate or vomit]

Ps-I'm athiest

2003-01-19 12:20:15 PM  
...the pope even stroked, and blessed, a circus python last year.

2003-01-19 01:07:45 PM  
Damn, these theists are trying to take over...first its us, now its the pets!
2003-01-19 01:19:13 PM  
Go and pray for the kittens. They need our prayers.
2003-01-19 01:37:37 PM  
Jimmy Butters, my rat, would not be amused.
2003-01-19 04:17:21 PM  
Made me think of the "Twilight Zone" episode where the dog saved the old man from entering Hell. "If my dog canna come in I'll give it a pass myself". Classic TZ.
2003-01-19 10:45:54 PM  
Corpwhore:m That is your opinion and You certainly have a right to express it, but I don't agree with it. I happen to think that saurkraut is rather tasty, and goes well with a large variety of foods. Saurkraut, like pickles, comes in many different varieties. Perhaps a less seasoned, less tart, "overnight" saurkraut would be more to Your liking. Not unlike "overnight" half-dill pickles, the kraut of the same name has a fresh, not overly spiced, and not really sour at all taste, that is rather refreshing, and is best eaten cold, but that's just My opinion.
2003-01-20 12:26:23 AM  
I like penguins.
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