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2012-05-02 07:22:51 AM  

rynthetyn: GhostFish: The idealization of manliness that these weirdos keep advocating is oddly homoerotic.

And it's in no way antithetical to homosexuality. There are plenty of bears, leatherdaddies, and gaybros out there. They can like sports, musclecars, working with powertools, and farking other dudes.

Whenever people start acting like homosexuality has any fixed tie to anything other than sexual behavior, I have to wonder if they are basing that on anything other than TV, movies, and popular stereotypes.

If you want to do a lot of facepalming, you should check out the fundy Vision Forum catalog sometime. It's chock full of that sort of oddly homoerotic vision of manliness, complete with books about godly close masculine friendship. It's a bizarre mix of the strangely homoerotic combined with a strong subtext that if you don't follow all of their books your sons will turn gay.

/of course the only things they have for girls are sewing kits and dolls
//being a girl who played with dolls and learned to sew at a young age didn't make me straight though


Go on....
 
2012-05-02 07:22:51 AM  
T-Minus 10 until Pastor comes out of the closet

9...
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2012-05-02 07:26:57 AM  

LavenderWolf: uber humper: Britney Spear's Speculum: uber humper: Oh god, this headline is built for the Molested Farker tm

/not believer
//but I think atheists are crazier thank believers
//me I don't give a fark what you think... even if an atheist and/or priest fark you in the arse.

What is this I don't even.

Don't even what? Understand that this is from some guy who was farked up the ass by a priest?

So that implicates atheists as crazy... how?

"Believe in God!"

"Uh, no, show me evidence"

"Damn you crazy atheists!"

It just doesn't logically follow.


What doesn't follow logically is that a logical stance towards religion = not crazy.
 
2012-05-02 07:33:36 AM  

patuljka: *rolls eyes* He already issued this on the FB page for his church's "Single's Ministry"

Dear Berean Family,

By now you may know that my words, from Sunday morning's sermon, about effeminate behavior in children are being completely taken out of context by those in the LGBT community.


It's not out of context; we HAVE the context because you're ON FARKING TAPE dipshiat.
 
2012-05-02 07:40:17 AM  
Noted.
 
2012-05-02 07:40:22 AM  
I want to stress just how much I love your children and my desire is only to see them...

Ok looks like he's actually a pedophile and he's into BDSM with the kiddies
 
2012-05-02 07:44:33 AM  

spyderqueen: It's not out of context; we HAVE the context because you're ON FARKING TAPE dipshiat.


To be fair, just being on tape does not necessitate that the context is there. For example, suppose you were on tape saying, "I don't think murder should be legal" and someone cut the tape down to just you saying "murder should be legal." You'd be there on the tape saying those words, but the context wouldn't necessarily be there. In this case, I believe that you're correct, but it isn't necessarily that way just because he's on tape.
 
2012-05-02 07:45:16 AM  

Somacandra: Britney Spear's Speculum: Jesus.....

I don't think you can pin this one on J.C. This guy's just a farkhead who advocates child abuse.


I think you have to take not only the good parts of christianity into account but the bad parts as well. Christians don't just follow the sayings of Jesus in the Bible they also consider the old testament and all the rubbish associated with Paul. Taken as a whole I think the bad far outweighs the good.
 
2012-05-02 07:51:44 AM  

LovingTeacher: Somacandra: Britney Spear's Speculum: Jesus.....

I don't think you can pin this one on J.C. This guy's just a farkhead who advocates child abuse.

I think you have to take not only the good parts of christianity into account but the bad parts as well. Christians don't just follow the sayings of Jesus in the Bible they also consider the old testament and all the rubbish associated with Paul. Taken as a whole I think the bad far outweighs the good.


If you know any christians who actually follow either the teachings of "jesus" OR the old testament, please let me know. I've never even met one who could articulate the message of their own source book.
 
2012-05-02 07:54:59 AM  
Rock McManly, star quarterback, plowed through the defensive line to score the winning touchdown, his wrists rigidly straight. Everyone agreed that he had never looked lovelier in his taffeta dress and shoulder pads. He sobbed uncontrollably when he was named Homecoming Queen. "I thank Jesus and 30 Rock."
 
2012-05-02 07:55:48 AM  

s1ugg0: T-Minus 10 until Pastor comes out of the closet

9...
8...
7...
6...

\\\
After punching all these ghey babbies, I now have teh ghey on my hands and can't stop sucking the dicks of 14 year-old parishioners.
Jesus loves you!
 
2012-05-02 07:57:06 AM  

Bathia_Mapes: This asshole is also in favor of North Carolina's Amendment One, which would write anti-gay discrimination directly into the constitution, and would define as the only legal relationship a marriage between one man and one woman. Amendment One would immediately make domestic violence victims ineligible for protection orders and would even remove children from their unmarried parents' health insurance.


I thought they told us the Taliban was losing? or was that just in Afghanistan?
 
2012-05-02 07:59:28 AM  

untaken_name: spyderqueen: It's not out of context; we HAVE the context because you're ON FARKING TAPE dipshiat.

To be fair, just being on tape does not necessitate that the context is there. For example, suppose you were on tape saying, "I don't think murder should be legal" and someone cut the tape down to just you saying "murder should be legal." You'd be there on the tape saying those words, but the context wouldn't necessarily be there. In this case, I believe that you're correct, but it isn't necessarily that way just because he's on tape.


No, you make a good point. I should have specified that we have the whole farking thing on tape.
 
2012-05-02 08:04:57 AM  

untaken_name: spyderqueen: It's not out of context; we HAVE the context because you're ON FARKING TAPE dipshiat.

To be fair, just being on tape does not necessitate that the context is there. For example, suppose you were on tape saying, "I don't think murder should be legal" and someone cut the tape down to just you saying "murder should be legal." You'd be there on the tape saying those words, but the context wouldn't necessarily be there. In this case, I believe that you're correct, but it isn't necessarily that way just because he's on tape.


I think that's a bit much to simply take out of context when there's almost 2 minutes of unbroken audio with a good deal of supportive "amens" in the background.

This, however, is taking it out of context:

"So your little son starts to act a little girlish when he is four years old.... but sometimes you are going to act like a girl and walk like a girl and talk like a girl and smell like a girl and that means you are going to be beautiful. You are going to be attractive. You are going to dress yourself up."
 
2012-05-02 08:07:56 AM  

patuljka: *rolls eyes* He already issued this on the FB page for his church's "Single's Ministry"



tl:dr version: I didn't mean it when I said "Beat your kids". Here's a bunch of Scripture. Don't sue or arrest me.
 
2012-05-02 08:12:16 AM  
I'm finding it increasingly difficult to distinguish between the Taliban and the Christians.
 
2012-05-02 08:14:07 AM  

untaken_name: LovingTeacher: Somacandra: Britney Spear's Speculum: Jesus.....

I don't think you can pin this one on J.C. This guy's just a farkhead who advocates child abuse.

I think you have to take not only the good parts of christianity into account but the bad parts as well. Christians don't just follow the sayings of Jesus in the Bible they also consider the old testament and all the rubbish associated with Paul. Taken as a whole I think the bad far outweighs the good.

If you know any christians who actually follow either the teachings of "jesus" OR the old testament, please let me know. I've never even met one who could articulate the message of their own source book.


To be fair to them that's because there is no "The Message" in their source book. At best it is contradictory. Mostly it's a huge unfocused muddle.

What you think is the message of the bible can easily be contradicted by, you guessed it, the bible. While I do think that most christians try to follow the bible that is no defense because darn near anything you want can be justified by it. That's why I said the bad outweighs the good. Not only does it justify all sorts of errant nonsense but it strangles critical thought, "it's in the bible so it must be true"
 
2012-05-02 08:14:39 AM  
This man has children, doesn't he...

Oh, those poor kids. They need to be removed. He advocates beating toddlers. For behaving as a toddler is SUPPOSED to behave. Toddlers will naturally emulate both genders. It doesn't make them gay. It makes them developing normally.

/dammitsomuch, I'm not getting anything done today, am I
 
2012-05-02 08:14:45 AM  

loveblondieo: This guy needs a cock punch so hard, his ancestors feel it. He is the antithesis of good Christians like Mr Rogers (an ordained minister).


On TV once, a fellow man of the cloth suggested that Fred Rogers condemn homosexuality to which Mr. Rogers replied to the camera, "God loves you the way you are and so do I". He was a good man who truly believed in love and compassion.

//I'm an atheist and he wAs the type of religious leader even I could rally behind
 
2012-05-02 08:20:14 AM  

Discipline of Children: We believe that parents should train their children in light of the gospel. Remembering the love and forgiveness that God has shown them, parents in turn should train their children with the purpose of reflecting the Heavenly Father to their children. Parents should consider their responsibility to be the instrument of discipline in their child's life (Prov. 19:18). At times this may include appropriate and reasonable physical means (Prov. 10:13) employed upon the fleshy portion of the child's buttocks (Prov. 22:15; 23:13); that this method is to be viewed as correction rather than punishment (Prov. 23:13); and that this correction will result in the child's physical and spiritual betterment (Prov. 23:14). We believe a parent should correct his child with other means as well, but that they should-as led by the Holy Spirit-model the chastening of God the Father (Prov. 3:11-12) Who corrects all of His children out of love (2 Sam 7:14; Prov. 3:12; Heb 12:6; Rev 3:19) and forgives them by virtue of His Son's redemptive work on the cross (1 Pet. 3:18). The Father does this to develop His child's reverence for Himself (Heb. 12:9) and likeness to His Son Jesus Christ (Rom 8:29; Heb 12:11). Moreover, just as the Heavenly Father disciplines His children physically for their benefit, it is in the best interests of a child to receive loving and proportional correction while under parental care (Heb. 12:10). Furthermore, we strongly caution the parent in the correcting of infants and younger children in this manner, and we reject the idea that bruising is ever the objective when disciplining a child. We also reject disciplining while angry (James 1:19-20) or causing public embarrassment to a child (Eph. 6:4). Lastly, we believe civil laws should be honored (Rom 13:1-4; Titus 3:1), and that the chastening ideal set forth in the Old Testament must be interpreted in light of the New Testament.


What the everloving fark? If I'm reading that right, and I hope I'm not, he believes

a) God is physically punishing people...?
b) It's okay to hit kids (although you should use caution with infants), but don't try to bruise them?
 
2012-05-02 08:22:58 AM  

God Is My Co-Pirate: What the everloving fark? If I'm reading that right, and I hope I'm not, he believes

a) God is physically punishing people...?


Yes. All those babies and children with horrible childhood cancers? Disobedient little bastards, every one.
 
2012-05-02 08:28:43 AM  

LovingTeacher: untaken_name: LovingTeacher: Somacandra: Britney Spear's Speculum: Jesus.....

I don't think you can pin this one on J.C. This guy's just a farkhead who advocates child abuse.

I think you have to take not only the good parts of christianity into account but the bad parts as well. Christians don't just follow the sayings of Jesus in the Bible they also consider the old testament and all the rubbish associated with Paul. Taken as a whole I think the bad far outweighs the good.

If you know any christians who actually follow either the teachings of "jesus" OR the old testament, please let me know. I've never even met one who could articulate the message of their own source book.

To be fair to them that's because there is no "The Message" in their source book. At best it is contradictory. Mostly it's a huge unfocused muddle.

What you think is the message of the bible can easily be contradicted by, you guessed it, the bible. While I do think that most christians try to follow the bible that is no defense because darn near anything you want can be justified by it. That's why I said the bad outweighs the good. Not only does it justify all sorts of errant nonsense but it strangles critical thought, "it's in the bible so it must be true"


As a non-religious person who finds most religions fascinating, I would challenge your assertion. I have studied many of the commonly-cited "inconsistencies" of the Hebrew Scripture and have found that the inconsistency is usually either one of the hundred-fifty-odd known mistranslations (for example, translating "passover" as "easter") or is a misunderstanding on the part of the critic. Please note: That does not mean I endorse or espouse the Hebrew Scripture. But hey, I could easily be wrong. It's happened before. EIP if you are interested in discussing specifics.
 
2012-05-02 08:30:00 AM  

PopeBadass: loveblondieo: This guy needs a cock punch so hard, his ancestors feel it. He is the antithesis of good Christians like Mr Rogers (an ordained minister).

On TV once, a fellow man of the cloth suggested that Fred Rogers condemn homosexuality to which Mr. Rogers replied to the camera, "God loves you the way you are and so do I". He was a good man who truly believed in love and compassion.

//I'm an atheist and he wAs the type of religious leader even I could rally behind


AFAIK Mr Rogers never had his own church, maybe it was because he was too busy out in the world doing good to waste his time with the god stuff. His being a good person and his christianity were probably coincidence, Fred Rogers would have been a good man if he were Muslim, atheist or Buddhist.
 
2012-05-02 08:39:22 AM  
Lamar's limp-wristed throwing style helped him win the javelin throw at the Atom College festival.
 
2012-05-02 08:39:49 AM  
*sigh*

Why?
 
2012-05-02 08:43:14 AM  
Beat on thine brat, beat on thine brat, beat on thine brat with a baseball bat...
 
2012-05-02 08:45:22 AM  

Darth_Lukecash: Religion is a tool. This idiot is abusing the tool.


No, I'm pretty sure this guy is the "tool" in this situation...
 
2012-05-02 08:46:09 AM  
shiat like this makes me wonder why people think anyone would *choose* to be gay and have to deal with assholes like this on a regular basis.
 
2012-05-02 08:46:12 AM  
He's mad at God because when the Pastor's in bed with another man, he's a total klutz.

//I went to bed mad at this guy, woke up mad at this guy
// thanks to you farkers for making me laugh.
 
2012-05-02 08:50:16 AM  

The Southern Dandy: Gyrfalcon: Bet this f*cker rapes his daughter sucks cawk in highway rest stop restrooms.


I bet he got punched a lot as a kid.
 
2012-05-02 09:06:18 AM  
How in the fark do you so called christians even begin to defend asshats like this and keep a straight face?

/yea.. "c" in christians intentionally lower case... doesn't deserve anything more.
 
2012-05-02 09:12:47 AM  
patuljka: (quoting the "pastor") Hopefully, you understood that I was speaking in a forceful manner to emphasize the degree to which gender distinctions matter to God; and therefore, must matter to each of us and especially parents.

You mean, not at all? Okay then.

I understand why it's a worry on the human plane, but I think adults do more harm when they overreact. Kids like to play and explore, and when they get tired of one thing move on to explore something else. If a girl's a tomboy, or if a boy likes dolls and dresses, they're exploring. Let them have fun with it. It doesn't mean they're born transgendered or gay. Before disapprovingly accusing a child of "acting like a (other-sex child), what's wrong with you?", please consider the upside: The tomboy may act like a boy because she likes being around boys. The boy playing with dolls may be attracted to the dolls because they look like girls.
 
2012-05-02 09:13:09 AM  

OtherLittleGuy: patuljka: *rolls eyes* He already issued this on the FB page for his church's "Single's Ministry"

tl:dr version: I didn't mean it when I said "Beat your kids". Here's a bunch of Scripture. Don't sue or arrest me.


What's really funny is that on their website they say that Christians shouldn't sue other Christians...unless it's an insurance company, then Jesus is ok with that.
 
2012-05-02 09:13:45 AM  

Arkanaut: I bet he got punched a lot as a kid.


Probably for putting on dresses. Too bad there was no youtube back then.
 
2012-05-02 09:14:51 AM  
Why not just sodomize them and burn them with cigarettes?
 
2012-05-02 09:17:23 AM  

DECMATH: patuljka: (quoting the "pastor") Hopefully, you understood that I was speaking in a forceful manner to emphasize the degree to which gender distinctions matter to God; and therefore, must matter to each of us and especially parents.

You mean, not at all? Okay then.

I understand why it's a worry on the human plane, but I think adults do more harm when they overreact. Kids like to play and explore, and when they get tired of one thing move on to explore something else. If a girl's a tomboy, or if a boy likes dolls and dresses, they're exploring. Let them have fun with it. It doesn't mean they're born transgendered or gay. Before disapprovingly accusing a child of "acting like a (other-sex child), what's wrong with you?", please consider the upside: The tomboy may act like a boy because she likes being around boys. The boy playing with dolls may be attracted to the dolls because they look like girls.


What's the point of the quotes around pastor?
 
2012-05-02 09:18:32 AM  

Arkanaut: The Southern Dandy: Gyrfalcon: Bet this f*cker rapes his daughter sucks cawk in highway rest stop restrooms.

I bet he got punched a lot as a kid.


Not nearly enough. If this guy can give special dispensations to punch kids for acting outside what he considers their gender norms I can give a special dispensation for people to beat him senseless for being a massive tool.
 
2012-05-02 09:32:20 AM  

untaken_name: LovingTeacher: untaken_name: LovingTeacher: Somacandra: Britney Spear's Speculum: Jesus.....

I don't think you can pin this one on J.C. This guy's just a farkhead who advocates child abuse.

I think you have to take not only the good parts of christianity into account but the bad parts as well. Christians don't just follow the sayings of Jesus in the Bible they also consider the old testament and all the rubbish associated with Paul. Taken as a whole I think the bad far outweighs the good.

If you know any christians who actually follow either the teachings of "jesus" OR the old testament, please let me know. I've never even met one who could articulate the message of their own source book.

To be fair to them that's because there is no "The Message" in their source book. At best it is contradictory. Mostly it's a huge unfocused muddle.

What you think is the message of the bible can easily be contradicted by, you guessed it, the bible. While I do think that most christians try to follow the bible that is no defense because darn near anything you want can be justified by it. That's why I said the bad outweighs the good. Not only does it justify all sorts of errant nonsense but it strangles critical thought, "it's in the bible so it must be true"

As a non-religious person who finds most religions fascinating, I would challenge your assertion. I have studied many of the commonly-cited "inconsistencies" of the Hebrew Scripture and have found that the inconsistency is usually either one of the hundred-fifty-odd known mistranslations (for example, translating "passover" as "easter") or is a misunderstanding on the part of the critic. Please note: That does not mean I endorse or espouse the Hebrew Scripture. But hey, I could easily be wrong. It's happened before. EIP if you are interested in discussing specifics.


Since "Easter" comes from the name of a pre-christian germanic goddess and is specificaly a celebration of Jesus's resurection (something that supposedly happened well after the hebrew scripture was written) I would say that any translation of the bible with "Easter" in the old testament was pretty shoddy work indeed. I have never seen Easter referenced in the old testament but hey with all of the translations of the bible out there I wouldn't be surprised if it was in one or two of them. I was, however, talking about christianity and its many inconsistencies (i.e. god loves everyone, most people in the world are going to hell, I have come to fulfill the law not one jot nor tittle of it shall be changed, christians don't keep kosher, etc.).

Here are a few inconsistencies in the old testament:

The Israelites had plenty of water to wash their clothes for purification. Ex.19:10.
The Israelites had no water and rioted for a drink. Ex.15:22-24.

God remembers sin even when it has been forgiven. Ex.34:7.
God does not remember sin after it has been forgiven. Jer.31:34.

All the Egyptian livestock dies in plague #6 and yet they are referenced in later plagues as getting boils, dieing in hail storms, and having their first born die in the last plague.

After the plagues happen the Egyptians are left with no crops in the field (lost to a plague of locusts) and no livestock and yet somehow they survived having no food at all to continue on as a country. Although that last one is more of an inconsistency with reality than an internal inconcistency.

There are many more and a simple google search will turn up hundreds of internal inconsistencies within the christian bible and their, often silly, explanations by christian apologists.
 
2012-05-02 09:35:18 AM  
"Either Paul's words in 1 Corinthians 6:9-11 are true and we should communicate the truth in love for fear of not entering the Kingdom of God or the entire Bible cannot be trusted to be the Word of God."

I wish these farking Paulians would quit trying to bastardize Christianity.
 
2012-05-02 09:44:47 AM  

Darth_Lukecash: Religion is a tool. This idiot is abusing the tool.


Religion = Superstition + $$$$$
 
2012-05-02 09:45:42 AM  
Sounds like a good way to stop this "gay" virus that seems to be more prevalent these days......
 
2012-05-02 09:45:53 AM  

DECMATH: patuljka: (quoting the "pastor") Hopefully, you understood that I was speaking in a forceful manner to emphasize the degree to which gender distinctions matter to God; and therefore, must matter to each of us and especially parents.

You mean, not at all? Okay then.

I understand why it's a worry on the human plane, but I think adults do more harm when they overreact. Kids like to play and explore, and when they get tired of one thing move on to explore something else. If a girl's a tomboy, or if a boy likes dolls and dresses, they're exploring. Let them have fun with it. It doesn't mean they're born transgendered or gay. Before disapprovingly accusing a child of "acting like a (other-sex child), what's wrong with you?", please consider the upside: The tomboy may act like a boy because she likes being around boys. The boy playing with dolls may be attracted to the dolls because they look like girls.


Why are those upsides? You seem to be going along with his assumption that being gay is "bad". Just let the kid be what the kid is going to be. If that is an effeminate straight man then fine, if that is an effeminate gay man then fine, neither is "wrong".
 
2012-05-02 09:49:36 AM  
As a tomboy, fark this guy. The only time I wore dresses growing up was to piano recitals and weddings...and even then I hated every second of it. My casual look is jeans, t-shirt/polo/hoodie, sneakers, and a baseball cap. At work, dress pants, polo, and black shoes. I own maybe 5 dresses which get worn maybe twice a year.

Growing up I played sports, hunted bugs, played with legos/TMNT action figures, and played violent videos games. None of that turned me into a lesbian. I was and am just not into fluffy, glittering, and fancy things. Then again he would probably also say I'm condemned to hell since I don't want to be a mom and have no plans in the future to ever be one.
 
2012-05-02 09:50:15 AM  

RabidRythmDivas: "Either Paul's words in 1 Corinthians 6:9-11 are true and we should communicate the truth in love for fear of not entering the Kingdom of God or the entire Bible cannot be trusted to be the Word of God."

I wish these farking Paulians would quit trying to bastardize Christianity.


Sorry, Paul's letters have been a part of christianity from the begining. I don't think that any of the various configurations of the bible have left him out. I can understand that some of what he wrote is troubling but don't try to pretend that somewhere there is a "pure" christianity that doesn't include Paul.

/Paul is one of the things that opened my eyes to what a load of crap christianity is when I was a teenager.
 
2012-05-02 10:04:01 AM  

LovingTeacher: RabidRythmDivas: "Either Paul's words in 1 Corinthians 6:9-11 are true and we should communicate the truth in love for fear of not entering the Kingdom of God or the entire Bible cannot be trusted to be the Word of God."

I wish these farking Paulians would quit trying to bastardize Christianity.

Sorry, Paul's letters have been a part of christianity from the begining. I don't think that any of the various configurations of the bible have left him out. I can understand that some of what he wrote is troubling but don't try to pretend that somewhere there is a "pure" christianity that doesn't include Paul.

/Paul is one of the things that opened my eyes to what a load of crap christianity is when I was a teenager.


I'm talking more from a "literal semantics" viewpoint.

"Christian" should imply that you follow the words of someone known as "Christ". And his words were actually very good words to live by. Paul's? Not so much.

As you alluded to though, the Paulians have been bastardizing Christianity since the beginning.

Oh, and the Jefferson Bible definitely leaves Paul out. And any mention of the Jefferson Bible really gets the Paulians' panties in a wad.

http://www.angelfire.com/co/JeffersonBible/
 
2012-05-02 10:16:06 AM  
nothing more manly than ditch-digging

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or a mix of military team-sports

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2012-05-02 10:18:04 AM  

patuljka: *rolls eyes* He already issued this on the FB page for his church's "Single's Ministry"
Either Paul's words in 1 Corinthians 6:9-11 are true and we should communicate the truth in love for fear of not entering the Kingdom of God or the entire Bible cannot be trusted to be the Word of God.


Dear dumbarse,
The Corinthians are a letter from Paul to the Corinthians, NOT the word of God. That's why the chapter is sometimes called "Letters to the Corinthians." If it was Jesus talking, you may have a point. Instead you're just a bigot who makes other Christians look like anuses (ani?)

That book, I do not think it means what you think it means.
 
2012-05-02 10:18:45 AM  

Evil Kirk vs Bad Ash: loveblondieo: This guy needs a cock punch so hard, his ancestors feel it. He is the antithesis of good Christians like Mr Rogers (an ordained minister).

Mr. Rogers inadvertent made me lose my faith. I tried to picture him entering Heaven and being disappointed in God's inability to forgive everyone for everything.

In the end I decided if I can't picture Mr. Rogers being upset enough to cast Hitler into the lake of fire, why should I worship a deity petty enough to do that over trivial things?

/Thanks neighbor!


Now I'm kind of sad that I never got to meet Mr. Rogers. I'll bet he smelled like cookies.
 
2012-05-02 10:20:08 AM  

nburghmatt: loveblondieo: This guy needs a cock punch so hard, his ancestors feel it. He is the antithesis of good Christians like Mr Rogers (an ordained minister).

you wouldn't be saying that if you knew how many gay toddlers Mr. Rogers punched.


As a matter of fact, I do know how many gay toddlers Mr. Rogers punched. I know the exact number. Zero. :)
 
2012-05-02 10:21:59 AM  

Bathia_Mapes: This asshole is also in favor of North Carolina's Amendment One, which would write anti-gay discrimination directly into the constitution, and would define as the only legal relationship a marriage between one man and one woman. Amendment One would immediately make domestic violence victims ineligible for protection orders and would even remove children from their unmarried parents' health insurance.


That's frightening.
 
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