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[someone made a remark about Pat Robertson]

Better not talk smack about one of Gods faithful. It may not bode well for you on that great and terrible day.

Peacebestill, Christian Forums 43 Comments [5/13/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: quantumspirit
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JadedRevenge


Worse, how can it get any worse?
Is he going to send me to hell again?
Pat Robertson's a moron, doo dah, doo dah...

5/13/2006 5:42:38 AM

Napoleon the Clown

[Set to Camp Town Ladies]

Good ol' Pat first fucked a cow
Doo da
Doo da
He fucked that cow so goddamn hard
Oh dee doo da day
Gonna cum all night
Gonna preach all day
Bet he fucked Bessy in the hay
Oh dee doo da day

5/13/2006 5:59:03 AM

Oolon Coluphid

If I was God, I would smite Pat Robertson for making me look bad.

5/13/2006 6:12:36 AM

CousinTed

God's Faithful? You mean the one I...Boned?

5/13/2006 6:35:04 AM

NotMe

Who is Pat Robertson? If he was a great prophet of god, why haven't I heard of him? Doesn't god care about me?

Ah well, let's get to the killing. Since god doesn't care about me, I don't care about god. And people who don't care about god haven't got morals so I can kill without feeling bad about it. Let's start with the fundies.

5/13/2006 6:39:59 AM

Aesmael

Atheists would have it a lot harder if god existed.

5/13/2006 7:37:05 AM

Dante

The ultimate argument against God is people like Pat Robertson, so it is in His vested interest to be rid of people like him.

5/13/2006 2:24:49 PM

mad dog

Wow, I didn't know that the Truly Saved proposed assassinations!

5/13/2006 4:29:07 PM

Papabear

I'll risk it, Peacebestill. Pat Robertson and all his cronies are hucksters. liars and shitheads.

5/13/2006 6:14:04 PM

Anti-Goth

<Who is Pat Robertson?>

Trust me, you're better off not knowing. You'll lose your faith in humanity all over again.

5/13/2006 7:21:20 PM

Will.

So, don't even question a religious authority. Just bow down and accept everything they say without question!

5/14/2006 12:00:58 AM

Julian

God bless Pat and his proclamation that the Twin Towers was the wrath of God.

He and Jerry Falwell need to stop sucking Osama's cock and get out a little more.

5/14/2006 12:13:55 AM

Julian

I thought the Lord was meant to work in mysterious ways, not mysogynistic gays!

5/14/2006 12:15:14 AM

Hadanelith

Anti-Goth: all over again? Once I started reading this site, I lost it, and it never came back.

5/14/2006 2:22:30 AM

Nick

Napoleon, if comments were ratable, that would get a 5 * 10^6.

5/14/2006 3:07:56 AM

Napoleon the Clown

Why thank you, Nick!

5/14/2006 3:38:39 AM

Maronan

When the Rapture comes, Pat Roberston cums!

Of course, the Rapture will be here any day now! It's been coming for something like 700,000 days, so it's got to be right around the corner, right?! (Actually, my 700,000 days figure is likely very off. When did the idea of the \"rapture\" start, again?)

5/14/2006 11:18:37 AM

The Last Conformist

If God existed, he'd sue Peacebestill for libel.

5/14/2006 2:27:39 PM

Crosis

Maronan - 2000 years ago would be ~730,000 days, so you're probably not far off.

5/14/2006 7:35:54 PM

Anti-Goth

<Reply to Hadanelith>

Whew! I was beginning to think I was the only one that happened to.

And Julian, the image of Jerry and Pat orally pleasuring Osama almost made milk come out my nose.

5/14/2006 9:56:18 PM

mad dog

come out your nose? I heard that you can come from certain orifices, but, your NOSE?!

5/16/2006 3:31:51 PM

Anti-Goth

I think your mind is even dirtier than mine mad dog!

ROFL!

5/16/2006 8:36:22 PM

Maronan

Crosis- The idea of the Rapture began in the 19th century, or something. It wasn't in the Bible, and is a fairly recent creation.

5/21/2006 12:50:59 AM

Julian

Yeh, but an interpretation's an interpretation and Revelations (The Apocalypse of John) was written in about 95CE.

5/21/2006 2:46:37 AM

Crosis

<<< The idea of the Rapture began in the 19th century >>>

True, but Jesus told his followers (if the Bible can be believed) that he would return in their lifetimes ... so the Rapture itself may not have been predicted for that long, but the end of the world certainly has.

5/21/2006 3:23:41 AM
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