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(Politicus USA)   Fundamentalist pastor says that refrigeration removes sin, tells gays to go from the closet to the meat locker   ( politicususa.com) divider line
    More: Dumbass, Bryan Fischer, gender identity disorder, refrigerators, fundamentalists, lesbians, gays  
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2013-01-26 08:30:13 PM  
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If eating pork in the Mid-East, circa 1000 BCE, was so damned dangerous that they incorporated a prohibition against it into their religion, why did just about every other culture not do the same. North Americans, Northern Europeans, Asians... they all ate pork. What was it about pigs in the Mid-East?

And eating shellfish today is OK because of refrigeration... well, what about eating shellfish just after you catch it, before it needs to be refrigerated? Why wouldn't that be OK with god? And just how long does shellfish stay sin-free in a fridge? Somehow, I think 2 month old clams in a fridge would be chock-full of sin. Wouldn't the sinitudenousness depend on the particular shellfish? Oysters: no sin until day 4. Shrimp turns sinny on day 5. How does canning figure into all of this? Is an unrefrigerated can of clams sinful if you haven't opened it? What if you ate a lobster that had just eaten an unrefrigerated oyster? Are you going to hell, or is the lobster? What about that fake Krab stuff? Is that fake sin? Personally, I think Krab is a crime, but I don't know about sin. What if you don't have a refrigerator? What if your refrigerator breaks? Shouldn't refrigerator repairmen be held in as high a regard as clergy, given that they are so important in keeping your shrimp-eating ass out of hell?

I am the Aquapope and i should have answers to these questions. Take, eat, this oyster po-boy is my flesh. Take, drink, this clamata beer is my blood.
2013-01-26 05:15:31 PM  
2 votes:
Oh, freeze a jolly good fellow, freeze a jolly good fellow...
2013-01-26 10:25:29 PM  
1 vote:

Vegetative reproduction: I would go with the health and wellness interpretation for old testament law as STD transmission rate is higher for unlubed butt sex than vaginal sex. Keeping diseases from crossing species is also why you weren't supposed to fark or be farked by animals, but now that we have condoms if an animal is willing...

I've only fished for brown trout with two women and I can't imagine either going for it with no lube. I'm not sure I'd be so interested either.

I agree with the anti-gay part of Leviticus. It is an abomination for one man to lie with another. One should be standing up,on his knee,s or bent over the arm of the couch or something so that it is not an abomination.
2013-01-26 08:06:24 PM  
1 vote:

Oznog: enOto·koitEs. A logical meaning for this word, if the key were analogy to the others in the set, would be something like 'a person with a (sexual) ear fetish.'

So Paul was banning aural sex?

Makes sense, you might get hearing AIDS.
2013-01-26 05:22:40 PM  
1 vote:
At least there is some semblance of twisted logic to his argument.  Reading the headline, I was assuming he wanted to put gays in freezers to freeze the gay out of them.
2013-01-26 03:54:51 PM  
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2013-01-26 12:59:49 PM  
1 vote:
I could defend this nutjob -- but I won't.
2013-01-26 12:56:40 PM  
1 vote:
Sounds like this pastor has seen fire AND rain.
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