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2013-12-27 12:25:44 PM
I am thinking thought that perhaps you are not of the awareness. You must consider the Old Testament not in the current form of this but in the historical context. You see many people do not realize this but I am much of the scholar and can teach much things to you if you wish for this. So let me do the explanation of this one so that even those of you who are on the Fark.com website can understand this without it flying over the dumb faces of you. LAUGHTER OL I am just of course making  kiddings!

So if you read of this the original context of the bigger person calf you will see that the desire for this is that they were not people who had much of the entertainment. It was the game for they because they all did not have the things to do and the Yeah Way! which for them to have the fun times. So they did this for several days with each person holding the concealed tablet of the stone and would walk around the village talking to others in there. In the end they discovered who did this and it was to the cow. This was perhaps the first known usage of the murder mystery and many people do not realize this but this story was the precursor to the game which is called Clue!

So what was happening here was what is meant to happen to all people who are worshipers of the Biblical teachings. That is that we must do the guessing of the animal and the reason and the means of death. In this case it was the goat for the sacrifice to the god person via the bow and arrow. Next year this could be different. Perhaps you should instead of taking judgment of this man work for the defense of he as this is the First Amendment. You are welcome.
 
2013-12-27 12:41:48 PM
Not to detract from the above literary arbitrage, but what is the difference between killing a goat with a bow and arrow for food and killing a goat with a bow and arrow for god? I guarantee killing a deer in that very same county with a bow and arrow is legal.
 
2013-12-27 12:49:50 PM

lockers: Not to detract from the above literary arbitrage, but what is the difference between killing a goat with a bow and arrow for food and killing a goat with a bow and arrow for god? I guarantee killing a deer in that very same county with a bow and arrow is legal.


Hello and thank you for the question which was asked. I believe I can help you with this through the reading of the article. Oh yes I can.

The goat, named Betty, belonged to Williams' father who did not give his son permission to kill it.
 
2013-12-27 12:51:58 PM

meow said the dog: lockers: Not to detract from the above literary arbitrage, but what is the difference between killing a goat with a bow and arrow for food and killing a goat with a bow and arrow for god? I guarantee killing a deer in that very same county with a bow and arrow is legal.

Hello and thank you for the question which was asked. I believe I can help you with this through the reading of the article. Oh yes I can.

The goat, named Betty, belonged to Williams' father who did not give his son permission to kill it.


That doesn't explain animal cruelty now does it unibrow?
 
2013-12-27 12:55:35 PM

lockers: That doesn't explain animal cruelty now does it unibrow?


(1) A person is guilty of animal cruelty in the first degree when, except as authorized in law, he or she intentionally (a) inflicts substantial pain on, (b) causes physical injury to, or (c) kills an animal by a means causing undue suffering, or forces a minor to inflict unnecessary pain, injury, or death on an animal.

The above would have the inclusion of things such as what you might have considerations such as the deerslayer.
 
2013-12-27 12:55:52 PM
Ooh, this thread might get interesting.
 
2013-12-27 12:58:38 PM

lockers: That doesn't explain animal cruelty now does it unibrow?


If you take notice of such things, TFA fails to describe the location of the shot. Have you ever not taken the shot when you thought that you might not get a clean kill? So, if Betty were say, oh, shot in the ass for instance, that might well be described as cruelty.
 
2013-12-27 12:59:10 PM

meow said the dog: lockers: That doesn't explain animal cruelty now does it unibrow?

(1) A person is guilty of animal cruelty in the first degree when, except as authorized in law, he or she intentionally (a) inflicts substantial pain on, (b) causes physical injury to, or (c) kills an animal by a means causing undue suffering, or forces a minor to inflict unnecessary pain, injury, or death on an animal.

The above would have the inclusion of things such as what you might have considerations such as the deerslayer.


And if the father said it was okay it wouldn't be cruel? That makes no sense Dr. Teeth.
 
2013-12-27 01:00:01 PM

lockers: meow said the dog: lockers: Not to detract from the above literary arbitrage, but what is the difference between killing a goat with a bow and arrow for food and killing a goat with a bow and arrow for god? I guarantee killing a deer in that very same county with a bow and arrow is legal.

Hello and thank you for the question which was asked. I believe I can help you with this through the reading of the article. Oh yes I can.

The goat, named Betty, belonged to Williams' father who did not give his son permission to kill it.

That doesn't explain animal cruelty now does it unibrow?


There are actually Federal Laws governing animal sacrifice; namely in how the animal is kept and then slaughtered. As I understand, they're slightly more stringent than the regulations regarding keeping animals for food purposes. The Feds created them with religions lie Voudon in mind where animal sacrifice is a significant factor.
 
2013-12-27 01:00:20 PM

Old_Chief_Scott: lockers: That doesn't explain animal cruelty now does it unibrow?

If you take notice of such things, TFA fails to describe the location of the shot. Have you ever not taken the shot when you thought that you might not get a clean kill? So, if Betty were say, oh, shot in the ass for instance, that might well be described as cruelty.


Yet you shoot a deer in the ass it's considered a bad shot. How does that make sense?
 
2013-12-27 01:01:41 PM

lockers: Not to detract from the above literary arbitrage, but what is the difference between killing a goat with a bow and arrow for food and killing a goat with a bow and arrow for god? I guarantee killing a deer in that very same county with a bow and arrow is legal.


I doubt that the "for god" thing was that much of an issue. The goat wasn't his. You can't shoot other people's pets or livestock for any reason. It was just a strange part of the story that the reporter felt like including to be salacious.
 
2013-12-27 01:02:51 PM

lockers: And if the father said it was okay it wouldn't be cruel? That makes no sense Dr. Teeth.


Perhaps under the statute yes this is the possibility. If you wish for changing the legislative rulings of the state of Washington then perhaps you should engage in the running for the office.
 
2013-12-27 01:02:56 PM
motoburg.com
 
2013-12-27 01:03:55 PM
He cut the throat of Betty the goat.
 
2013-12-27 01:09:16 PM

lockers: Old_Chief_Scott: lockers: That doesn't explain animal cruelty now does it unibrow?

If you take notice of such things, TFA fails to describe the location of the shot. Have you ever not taken the shot when you thought that you might not get a clean kill? So, if Betty were say, oh, shot in the ass for instance, that might well be described as cruelty.

Yet you shoot a deer in the ass it's considered a bad shot. How does that make sense?


My comments about having a clean shot aside, perhaps we might think of it as cruel if the goat is tied to a stake, contentedly chewing its cud when our High Priest lets loose his Arrow of Ultimate Sacrifice.
 
2013-12-27 01:10:55 PM
Maybe it was an accident like what happens with guns all the time... he didn't know the bow was loaded.
 
2013-12-27 01:11:38 PM
meow said the dog: You are welcome.

I've missed you.
 
2013-12-27 01:19:20 PM

Inquisitive Inquisitor: meow said the dog: You are welcome.

I've missed you.


But honey I did the sight of you just this morning!
 
2013-12-27 01:23:30 PM
Was he a ranger or a druid?
 
2013-12-27 01:25:04 PM
Ted Nugent told me to do it!
 
2013-12-27 01:42:43 PM

cgraves67: lockers: Not to detract from the above literary arbitrage, but what is the difference between killing a goat with a bow and arrow for food and killing a goat with a bow and arrow for god? I guarantee killing a deer in that very same county with a bow and arrow is legal.

I doubt that the "for god" thing was that much of an issue. The goat wasn't his. You can't shoot other people's pets or livestock for any reason. It was just a strange part of the story that the reporter felt like including to be salacious.


A capricious choice.
 
2013-12-27 02:05:03 PM

meow said the dog: I am thinking thought that perhaps you are not of the awareness. You must consider the Old Testament not in the current form of this but in the historical context. You see many people do not realize this but I am much of the scholar and can teach much things to you if you wish for this. So let me do the explanation of this one so that even those of you who are on the Fark.com website can understand this without it flying over the dumb faces of you. LAUGHTER OL I am just of course making  kiddings!

So if you read of this the original context of the bigger person calf you will see that the desire for this is that they were not people who had much of the entertainment. It was the game for they because they all did not have the things to do and the Yeah Way! which for them to have the fun times. So they did this for several days with each person holding the concealed tablet of the stone and would walk around the village talking to others in there. In the end they discovered who did this and it was to the cow. This was perhaps the first known usage of the murder mystery and many people do not realize this but this story was the precursor to the game which is called Clue!

So what was happening here was what is meant to happen to all people who are worshipers of the Biblical teachings. That is that we must do the guessing of the animal and the reason and the means of death. In this case it was the goat for the sacrifice to the god person via the bow and arrow. Next year this could be different. Perhaps you should instead of taking judgment of this man work for the defense of he as this is the First Amendment. You are welcome.


do you ever throw your knickers into an oven to make music ? there's definitely no logic to human behavior
 
2013-12-27 02:10:42 PM

I drunk what: do you ever throw your knickers into an oven to make music


This is the funny thing because the plans of me on the evening are also this!
 
2013-12-27 02:11:07 PM

cgraves67: I doubt that the "for god" thing was that much of an issue.


welcome to farkchan
 
2013-12-27 03:00:41 PM

lockers: Old_Chief_Scott: lockers: That doesn't explain animal cruelty now does it unibrow?

If you take notice of such things, TFA fails to describe the location of the shot. Have you ever not taken the shot when you thought that you might not get a clean kill? So, if Betty were say, oh, shot in the ass for instance, that might well be described as cruelty.

Yet you shoot a deer in the ass it's considered a bad shot. How does that make sense?


The deer was not of the name of the Betty. The goat had the name of the Betty.
 
2013-12-27 03:42:21 PM
Why does god always take the pretty ones?
 
2013-12-27 04:57:13 PM
It was someone else's goat ? So he didn't really make the sacrifice then .
 
2013-12-27 05:34:26 PM
Couldn't read the article because a taking drop down took up my whole screen.

Sacrifices are meant to be eaten. In every freaking religion either you eat your sacrifice - like in Hinduism - or the priest class eats it - like in ancient judaism.
 
2013-12-27 08:36:47 PM

lockers: meow said the dog: lockers: That doesn't explain animal cruelty now does it unibrow?

(1) A person is guilty of animal cruelty in the first degree when, except as authorized in law, he or she intentionally (a) inflicts substantial pain on, (b) causes physical injury to, or (c) kills an animal by a means causing undue suffering, or forces a minor to inflict unnecessary pain, injury, or death on an animal.

The above would have the inclusion of things such as what you might have considerations such as the deerslayer.

And if the father said it was okay it wouldn't be cruel? That makes no sense Dr. Teeth.


You're trying to make sense of meow? What kind of moron are you? Meow is not to be understood, but merely savored as a fine amalgam of wheat and rye.
 
2013-12-27 08:37:05 PM

halB: Sacrifices are meant to be eaten. In every freaking religion either you eat your sacrifice - like in Hinduism - or the priest class eats it - like in ancient judaism.


Volcano?
 
2013-12-27 09:07:22 PM
Personally I've just been dragging a couple of sandwiches to work for the daily sacrifice to keep my little piece of the big machine rolling.
 
2013-12-27 09:23:34 PM

Senseless_drivel: halB: Sacrifices are meant to be eaten. In every freaking religion either you eat your sacrifice - like in Hinduism - or the priest class eats it - like in ancient judaism.

Volcano?


Pele eats it.
 
2013-12-28 07:56:58 AM
The goat, named Betty, belonged to Williams' father who did not give his son permission to kill it.

Am I the only one who thinks Jr. caught daddy farking the goat and took exception?
 
2013-12-28 08:00:36 AM

Gyrfalcon: Senseless_drivel: halB: Sacrifices are meant to be eaten. In every freaking religion either you eat your sacrifice - like in Hinduism - or the priest class eats it - like in ancient judaism.

Volcano?

Pele eats it.


sbceo.org

Aztecs eat it.
 
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