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2014-08-22 12:49:55 PM  
Daniels said he got the consecrated wafer in the last four or five weeks. He said it was sent to him by a woman who served as the "flesh altar" for a Catholic priest in Turkey who secretly worshiped Satan and who recently was killed by Muslims because of his satanic beliefs.

Yeah, that sounds legit.

But if they would have got it from a local church from a priest handing it to someone at mass, they have no legal right to ask for it back. Once you give me the wafer it's mine. You can't sue me to get it back morans.
 
2014-08-22 12:52:57 PM  
I wonder if they got the right one. How would you test? Tastes like Jesus?
 
2014-08-22 12:56:18 PM  

Walker: Daniels said he got the consecrated wafer in the last four or five weeks. He said it was sent to him by a woman who served as the "flesh altar" for a Catholic priest in Turkey who secretly worshiped Satan and who recently was killed by Muslims because of his satanic beliefs.

Yeah, that sounds legit.

But if they would have got it from a local church from a priest handing it to someone at mass, they have no legal right to ask for it back. Once you give me the wafer it's mine. You can't sue me to get it back morans.


Are you Catholic and have you received the Sacrament of First Communion? Only Catholics who have received that can take Communion, so I would argue you had committed fraud and misrepresentation to obtain the property under false pretenses. The church probably has enough lawyers to paper bomb you with the suit, and of course your homeowners insurer won't pick up the tab for a claim like that. You'll spend thousands to hold onto that bland little host.
 
2014-08-22 01:01:35 PM  
You can buy that shiat by the box at your local jesus store.
 
2014-08-22 01:03:29 PM  

James!: You can buy that shiat by the box at your local jesus store.


Not consecrated. It's just bland, unsalted, unleavened little circles of bread at that point. They wanted a consecrated host for the black mass.
 
2014-08-22 01:06:05 PM  

Nabb1: James!: You can buy that shiat by the box at your local jesus store.

Not consecrated. It's just bland, unsalted, unleavened little circles of bread at that point. They wanted a consecrated host for the black mass.


This just sounds a lot like LARPing to me.

How's about I buy the box at the Jesus connection for 4.99 and sell them to the satanists for $60 bucks a pop.  I'll tell them it's consecrated.
 
2014-08-22 01:11:27 PM  

James!: Nabb1: James!: You can buy that shiat by the box at your local jesus store.

Not consecrated. It's just bland, unsalted, unleavened little circles of bread at that point. They wanted a consecrated host for the black mass.

This just sounds a lot like LARPing to me.

How's about I buy the box at the Jesus connection for 4.99 and sell them to the satanists for $60 bucks a pop.  I'll tell them it's consecrated.


Go for it.
 
2014-08-22 01:12:54 PM  

James!: Nabb1: James!: You can buy that shiat by the box at your local jesus store.

Not consecrated. It's just bland, unsalted, unleavened little circles of bread at that point. They wanted a consecrated host for the black mass.

This just sounds a lot like LARPing to me.

How's about I buy the box at the Jesus connection for 4.99 and sell them to the satanists for $60 bucks a pop.  I'll tell them it's consecrated.



www.blackmasssupplies.com - overnight shipping for your unholy ritual needs!
 
2014-08-22 01:14:49 PM  

James!: You can buy that shiat by the box at your local jesus store.


Or Amazon.

/but, again, not consecrated.
 
2014-08-22 01:15:23 PM  

gopher321: James!: Nabb1: James!: You can buy that shiat by the box at your local jesus store.

Not consecrated. It's just bland, unsalted, unleavened little circles of bread at that point. They wanted a consecrated host for the black mass.

This just sounds a lot like LARPing to me.

How's about I buy the box at the Jesus connection for 4.99 and sell them to the satanists for $60 bucks a pop.  I'll tell them it's consecrated.


www.blackmasssupplies.com - overnight shipping for your unholy ritual needs!


YOU NEED GOAT BLOOD! WE GOT GOAT BLOOD! FRESH KILLED! FULL MOON GOAT BLOOD!
 
2014-08-22 01:25:33 PM  

Nabb1: Walker: Daniels said he got the consecrated wafer in the last four or five weeks. He said it was sent to him by a woman who served as the "flesh altar" for a Catholic priest in Turkey who secretly worshiped Satan and who recently was killed by Muslims because of his satanic beliefs.

Yeah, that sounds legit.

But if they would have got it from a local church from a priest handing it to someone at mass, they have no legal right to ask for it back. Once you give me the wafer it's mine. You can't sue me to get it back morans.

Are you Catholic and have you received the Sacrament of First Communion? Only Catholics who have received that can take Communion, so I would argue you had committed fraud and misrepresentation to obtain the property under false pretenses. The church probably has enough lawyers to paper bomb you with the suit, and of course your homeowners insurer won't pick up the tab for a claim like that. You'll spend thousands to hold onto that bland little host.


Uh-oh, militant Catholic guy has arrived.

Yep, I'm Catholic and have received the Sacrament of First Communion. If the priest gave me a wafer and instead of putting it in my mouth I kept it and gave it to Satanists no laws were broken and your lawsuit would be laughed right out of court. Of course I could give it to them anonymously and there would never be a suit, as they wouldn't know who to sue.  What you gonna do to stop me on that one SuperCatholic Man?
 
2014-08-22 01:25:50 PM  

gopher321: James!: Nabb1: James!: You can buy that shiat by the box at your local jesus store.

Not consecrated. It's just bland, unsalted, unleavened little circles of bread at that point. They wanted a consecrated host for the black mass.

This just sounds a lot like LARPing to me.

How's about I buy the box at the Jesus connection for 4.99 and sell them to the satanists for $60 bucks a pop.  I'll tell them it's consecrated.


www.blackmasssupplies.com - overnight shipping for your unholy ritual needs!


Google search seems to come up with no one-stop online shop for black mass supplies. We might be on to a new business venture.
 
2014-08-22 01:27:33 PM  

Walker: Nabb1: Walker: Daniels said he got the consecrated wafer in the last four or five weeks. He said it was sent to him by a woman who served as the "flesh altar" for a Catholic priest in Turkey who secretly worshiped Satan and who recently was killed by Muslims because of his satanic beliefs.

Yeah, that sounds legit.

But if they would have got it from a local church from a priest handing it to someone at mass, they have no legal right to ask for it back. Once you give me the wafer it's mine. You can't sue me to get it back morans.

Are you Catholic and have you received the Sacrament of First Communion? Only Catholics who have received that can take Communion, so I would argue you had committed fraud and misrepresentation to obtain the property under false pretenses. The church probably has enough lawyers to paper bomb you with the suit, and of course your homeowners insurer won't pick up the tab for a claim like that. You'll spend thousands to hold onto that bland little host.

Uh-oh, militant Catholic guy has arrived.

Yep, I'm Catholic and have received the Sacrament of First Communion. If the priest gave me a wafer and instead of putting it in my mouth I kept it and gave it to Satanists no laws were broken and your lawsuit would be laughed right out of court. Of course I could give it to them anonymously and there would never be a suit, as they wouldn't know who to sue.  What you gonna do to stop me on that one SuperCatholic Man?


I'm not really that militant. I was trying to make a point to someone else yesterday and not really getting it across.

My response here was also meant as a bit of snark, but if you are really that pissed off at me for some reason, then I'm sorry.
 
2014-08-22 01:29:42 PM  

Walker: Nabb1: Walker: Daniels said he got the consecrated wafer in the last four or five weeks. He said it was sent to him by a woman who served as the "flesh altar" for a Catholic priest in Turkey who secretly worshiped Satan and who recently was killed by Muslims because of his satanic beliefs.

Yeah, that sounds legit.

But if they would have got it from a local church from a priest handing it to someone at mass, they have no legal right to ask for it back. Once you give me the wafer it's mine. You can't sue me to get it back morans.

Are you Catholic and have you received the Sacrament of First Communion? Only Catholics who have received that can take Communion, so I would argue you had committed fraud and misrepresentation to obtain the property under false pretenses. The church probably has enough lawyers to paper bomb you with the suit, and of course your homeowners insurer won't pick up the tab for a claim like that. You'll spend thousands to hold onto that bland little host.

Uh-oh, militant Catholic guy has arrived.

Yep, I'm Catholic and have received the Sacrament of First Communion. If the priest gave me a wafer and instead of putting it in my mouth I kept it and gave it to Satanists no laws were broken and your lawsuit would be laughed right out of court. Of course I could give it to them anonymously and there would never be a suit, as they wouldn't know who to sue.  What you gonna do to stop me on that one SuperCatholic Man?


This is how.

2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-08-22 01:30:43 PM  

Walker: Nabb1: Walker: Daniels said he got the consecrated wafer in the last four or five weeks. He said it was sent to him by a woman who served as the "flesh altar" for a Catholic priest in Turkey who secretly worshiped Satan and who recently was killed by Muslims because of his satanic beliefs.

Yeah, that sounds legit.

But if they would have got it from a local church from a priest handing it to someone at mass, they have no legal right to ask for it back. Once you give me the wafer it's mine. You can't sue me to get it back morans.

Are you Catholic and have you received the Sacrament of First Communion? Only Catholics who have received that can take Communion, so I would argue you had committed fraud and misrepresentation to obtain the property under false pretenses. The church probably has enough lawyers to paper bomb you with the suit, and of course your homeowners insurer won't pick up the tab for a claim like that. You'll spend thousands to hold onto that bland little host.

Uh-oh, militant Catholic guy has arrived.

Yep, I'm Catholic and have received the Sacrament of First Communion. If the priest gave me a wafer and instead of putting it in my mouth I kept it and gave it to Satanists no laws were broken and your lawsuit would be laughed right out of court. Of course I could give it to them anonymously and there would never be a suit, as they wouldn't know who to sue.  What you gonna do to stop me on that one SuperCatholic Man?


Careful, i hear they have Holy Hand Grenades.
 
2014-08-22 01:33:03 PM  
If I was Catholic, I wouldn't care- God is more powerful than the Devil, so no weapon formed against God can harm the Church.

Let the Satan worshippers do what they want.
 
2014-08-22 01:56:31 PM  
i2.photobucket.com
 
2014-08-22 02:01:45 PM  

James!: Nabb1: James!: You can buy that shiat by the box at your local jesus store.

Not consecrated. It's just bland, unsalted, unleavened little circles of bread at that point. They wanted a consecrated host for the black mass.

This just sounds a lot like LARPing to me.

How's about I buy the box at the Jesus connection for 4.99 and sell them to the satanists for $60 bucks a pop.  I'll tell them it's consecrated.


Everything related to religion is basically LARPing.  Following some random rules in a book that you believe to be true (or at least pretend believe to be true when it suits your goals).  The only difference is that LARP people (for the most part) understand that they're playing a game.  Religious people believe their delusions are real.  That's what makes them dangerous.
 
2014-08-22 02:04:14 PM  

James!: Nabb1: James!: You can buy that shiat by the box at your local jesus store.

Not consecrated. It's just bland, unsalted, unleavened little circles of bread at that point. They wanted a consecrated host for the black mass.

This just sounds a lot like LARPing to me.

How's about I buy the box at the Jesus connection for 4.99 and sell them to the satanists for $60 bucks a pop.  I'll tell them it's consecrated.


Not sure how it's any more like LARPing than christian mass
 
2014-08-22 02:06:32 PM  

jchic: James!: Nabb1: James!: You can buy that shiat by the box at your local jesus store.

Not consecrated. It's just bland, unsalted, unleavened little circles of bread at that point. They wanted a consecrated host for the black mass.

This just sounds a lot like LARPing to me.

How's about I buy the box at the Jesus connection for 4.99 and sell them to the satanists for $60 bucks a pop.  I'll tell them it's consecrated.

Everything related to religion is basically LARPing.  Following some random rules in a book that you believe to be true (or at least pretend believe to be true when it suits your goals).  The only difference is that LARP people (for the most part) understand that they're playing a game.  Religious people believe their delusions are real.  That's what makes them dangerous.


Extreme fedora tipping levels detected.
 
2014-08-22 02:06:41 PM  
Oh a black mass?  Is that where they eat flesh and drink blood and chant and  stuff?  Sounds really creepy.


Wait that is a normal mass?

Oh awkward
 
2014-08-22 02:07:02 PM  
So is this like the fight between fans of Star Trek and Star Wars or Marvel vs. DC?
 
2014-08-22 02:08:38 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2014-08-22 02:08:56 PM  

Nabb1: Walker: Daniels said he got the consecrated wafer in the last four or five weeks. He said it was sent to him by a woman who served as the "flesh altar" for a Catholic priest in Turkey who secretly worshiped Satan and who recently was killed by Muslims because of his satanic beliefs.

Yeah, that sounds legit.

But if they would have got it from a local church from a priest handing it to someone at mass, they have no legal right to ask for it back. Once you give me the wafer it's mine. You can't sue me to get it back morans.

Are you Catholic and have you received the Sacrament of First Communion? Only Catholics who have received that can take Communion, so I would argue you had committed fraud and misrepresentation to obtain the property under false pretenses. The church probably has enough lawyers to paper bomb you with the suit, and of course your homeowners insurer won't pick up the tab for a claim like that. You'll spend thousands to hold onto that bland little host.


I'm technically a confirmed Catholic. Whats to stop someone like me from doing this? Except of course for the crushing boredom and extreme hypocrisy of the Catholic Mass?
 
2014-08-22 02:09:25 PM  
Never underestimate the level of derp in the buckle of the bible belt.
 
2014-08-22 02:10:15 PM  

Nabb1: The church probably has enough lawyers to paper bomb you with the suit, and of course your homeowners insurer won't pick up the tab for a claim like that. You'll spend thousands to hold onto that bland little host.


So would the Catholic church, unless their lawyers work pro bono. Why is it that religion makes people act retarded over such tiny things like a crap-tasting cracker?
 
2014-08-22 02:10:24 PM  
Daniels had said he possessed a consecrated wafer, prompting the archbishop to ask an Oklahoma County judge to issue orders to prevent its use in the ceremony.

What the fark is happening?

What possible law could be cited that would allow a judge to get involved in such a thing?

"You can't use our magic bread"? This is legally enforceable?
 
2014-08-22 02:10:25 PM  

vernonFL: If I was Catholic, I wouldn't care- God is more powerful than the Devil, so no weapon formed against God can harm the Church.

Let the Satan worshippers do what they want.


No, it's like this, Hulk Hogan is totally the strongest, and we all know that, but occasionally The Undertaker manages to hit him with a chair while the ref (also Hulk Hogan in this analogy) is looking the other way, and gets the upper hand.  So, while we all really really believe Hogan is stronger and must on some level be faking it when he gets pinned, even though it's definitely not fake, we hate The Undertaker for managing to win.
 
2014-08-22 02:11:15 PM  

ChipNASA: [i.imgur.com image 512x384]


I kinda miss that thing.

The new one lacks gravitas
 
2014-08-22 02:11:58 PM  
Every single part of that article was completely idiotic. They seriously got into a fight over a piece of poorly-made bread.

The fark is wrong with people...
 
2014-08-22 02:12:53 PM  

HotWingConspiracy: Daniels had said he possessed a consecrated wafer, prompting the archbishop to ask an Oklahoma County judge to issue orders to prevent its use in the ceremony.

What the fark is happening?

What possible law could be cited that would allow a judge to get involved in such a thing?

"You can't use our magic bread"? This is legally enforceable?


I wonder what other religious ceremonies you can get a court order against (not that I have any time for Satanists, but if they want to call it a religion who am I to disagree?)
 
2014-08-22 02:13:23 PM  

HotWingConspiracy: Daniels had said he possessed a consecrated wafer, prompting the archbishop to ask an Oklahoma County judge to issue orders to prevent its use in the ceremony.

What the fark is happening?

What possible law could be cited that would allow a judge to get involved in such a thing?

"You can't use our magic bread"? This is legally enforceable?


It's Oklahoma. The Separation of Church and State is considered a west coast novelty.
 
2014-08-22 02:13:30 PM  
This has been going on for years here in the city.  I dont know why the local archdiocese decided to get so up in arms about it this year.  The first year it happened there was a bit of a stink but since then no one has said much.  The attendance has been going down steadily (from like, 40 down to 0) for it and I dont believe they sold any tickets for last years event.  This archbishop basically gave them a bunch of free advertising.  They really should call it the "people who live in their moms basement mass" instead of a "black mass."  These guys are such doofuses.
 
2014-08-22 02:13:36 PM  

Freudian_slipknot: Nabb1: Walker: Daniels said he got the consecrated wafer in the last four or five weeks. He said it was sent to him by a woman who served as the "flesh altar" for a Catholic priest in Turkey who secretly worshiped Satan and who recently was killed by Muslims because of his satanic beliefs.

Yeah, that sounds legit.

But if they would have got it from a local church from a priest handing it to someone at mass, they have no legal right to ask for it back. Once you give me the wafer it's mine. You can't sue me to get it back morans.

Are you Catholic and have you received the Sacrament of First Communion? Only Catholics who have received that can take Communion, so I would argue you had committed fraud and misrepresentation to obtain the property under false pretenses. The church probably has enough lawyers to paper bomb you with the suit, and of course your homeowners insurer won't pick up the tab for a claim like that. You'll spend thousands to hold onto that bland little host.

I'm technically a confirmed Catholic. Whats to stop someone like me from doing this? Except of course for the crushing boredom and extreme hypocrisy of the Catholic Mass?


*gazes into the crystal ball*

I see riches from a lucrative side business in your future!

/There is only one god, his name is power
//Money is his avatar.
 
2014-08-22 02:13:42 PM  

Walker: Uh-oh, militant Catholic guy has arrived.

Yep, I'm Catholic and have received the Sacrament of First Communion. If the priest gave me a wafer and instead of putting it in my mouth I kept it and gave it to Satanists no laws were broken and your lawsuit would be laughed right out of court. Of course I could give it to them anonymously and there would never be a suit, as they wouldn't know who to sue.  What you gonna do to stop me on that one SuperCatholic Man?



"Your voice sounds so lovely when you're whimpering in agony."

img1.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2014-08-22 02:13:52 PM  

Freudian_slipknot: Nabb1: Walker: Daniels said he got the consecrated wafer in the last four or five weeks. He said it was sent to him by a woman who served as the "flesh altar" for a Catholic priest in Turkey who secretly worshiped Satan and who recently was killed by Muslims because of his satanic beliefs.

Yeah, that sounds legit.

But if they would have got it from a local church from a priest handing it to someone at mass, they have no legal right to ask for it back. Once you give me the wafer it's mine. You can't sue me to get it back morans.

Are you Catholic and have you received the Sacrament of First Communion? Only Catholics who have received that can take Communion, so I would argue you had committed fraud and misrepresentation to obtain the property under false pretenses. The church probably has enough lawyers to paper bomb you with the suit, and of course your homeowners insurer won't pick up the tab for a claim like that. You'll spend thousands to hold onto that bland little host.

I'm technically a confirmed Catholic. Whats to stop someone like me from doing this? Except of course for the crushing boredom and extreme hypocrisy of the Catholic Mass?


Nothing. That was lawyer humor. Not a great example of it, but that's what it was meant as.
 
2014-08-22 02:14:41 PM  
It's been fun watching the city, and the Catholic Church, lose their mind over this mass. For $420 bucks this guy has managed to troll an entire city.
 
2014-08-22 02:15:02 PM  
How the frak can one tell between consecrated and UN-consecrated communion wafers!!??
 
2014-08-22 02:15:12 PM  
Bermuda59 nailed it

this is a retard fight

let's GET IT ON!!!
 
2014-08-22 02:15:48 PM  

Kittypie070: How the frak can one tell between consecrated and UN-consecrated communion wafers!!??


Consecrated wafers float?
 
2014-08-22 02:16:31 PM  

Kittypie070: How the frak can one tell between consecrated and UN-consecrated communion wafers!!??


Consecrated wafers don't give you gas.
 
2014-08-22 02:16:55 PM  

HotWingConspiracy: Daniels had said he possessed a consecrated wafer, prompting the archbishop to ask an Oklahoma County judge to issue orders to prevent its use in the ceremony.

What the fark is happening?

What possible law could be cited that would allow a judge to get involved in such a thing?

"You can't use our magic bread"? This is legally enforceable?


In the long run, the Archdiocese probably didn't have much of a case, but it sounds like the guy gave up rather than spend a lot of money having to answer the suit.
 
2014-08-22 02:17:16 PM  
Hey, a little peanut butter on one of those things, or some cheese, and you got a tasty Savior snack.
It'd be like, "Hey, those hors d'oeuvres literally saved this party!"
 
2014-08-22 02:17:38 PM  
img.fark.net
 
2014-08-22 02:18:02 PM  

skozlaw: Kittypie070: How the frak can one tell between consecrated and UN-consecrated communion wafers!!??

Consecrated wafers float?


Er.....I think they're not exactly crunchy in milk.
 
2014-08-22 02:18:04 PM  

Nabb1: HotWingConspiracy: Daniels had said he possessed a consecrated wafer, prompting the archbishop to ask an Oklahoma County judge to issue orders to prevent its use in the ceremony.

What the fark is happening?

What possible law could be cited that would allow a judge to get involved in such a thing?

"You can't use our magic bread"? This is legally enforceable?

In the long run, the Archdiocese probably didn't have much of a case, but it sounds like the guy gave up rather than spend a lot of money having to answer the suit.


On a scale of 1 to Nazi accounts in Swiss Banks, how rich IS the Catholic Church in the grand scheme of things?
 
2014-08-22 02:18:24 PM  
Black Mass

static.guim.co.uk
 
2014-08-22 02:19:02 PM  
It's only wafer-thin.

assets.esquire.co.uk
 
2014-08-22 02:19:25 PM  

Kittypie070: How the frak can one tell between consecrated and UN-consecrated communion wafers!!??


They hold a UV light over it to see if it picks up any consecration fluids.
 
2014-08-22 02:21:42 PM  

Shadow Blasko: ChipNASA: [i.imgur.com image 512x384]

I kinda miss that thing.

The new one lacks gravitas


WOW that kinda SUCKS!!!!


Old not yet busted....


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Hotness

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New.......Meh......

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