Put "The Assault on Reason" in one of the hotel rooms, and some fundie will read it thinking that it's a Christian Right progress report.
(And, in a way, it is...)
7/29/2007 2:37:35 AM
Even for such a small thing, they can get all pissy about it. Yea, whine it to God. I wanna hear him speak for FUCKING once.
7/29/2007 6:37:52 AM
Still waiting for the consequences....
7/29/2007 11:04:42 AM
He didn't seem to get that mad when people started writing other holy books that competed with Christianity.
7/29/2007 2:32:31 PM
Yeah, those pesky eco-hotels...
What's God going to do crash an oil tanker or two into a marine park, or are you rednecks just going to have a rally in your pick-ups?
What bad things happened to those people that replaced 'punishment for sin' with medicine?
What bad things happened to those people that replaced 'God rolling out the night like a blanket and pushing two light sources across the sky - one to rule the day and one to rule the night' with astronomy?
What bad things happened to those people that replaced 'creation' with cosmology and physics and chemistry and biology?
What bad things happened to the guy that swore to keep the OT laws of God - the Romans fucked him up gooood!
7/29/2007 9:26:10 PM
This is dumb enough that it must be one of Randy's sock puppets.
7/29/2007 10:00:43 PM
Yeah, because having bibles in seedy hotel rooms is SO important. I hope they're two-ply!
7/29/2007 11:16:36 PM
Shouldn't it be Jesus and I?
7/30/2007 5:17:52 AM
Cottiers in Scotland is a pub and dinner theatre that was also once a church.
The worst that's befallen it is non-tipping customers.
7/30/2007 2:27:13 PM
Yes, your dead on MeAndJesus! Because God CLEARLY thinks that the location of Al Gore's bible is crucial to the fate of the universe! It's up to you to save us kiddo, huss 'em sinners! [/sarcasm]
So uhm... does my bible being in the deepest, darkest, who-knows-where-I-put-it, corner of my library mean I'm doomed to rot in Hell for all eternity?
7/31/2007 7:59:10 PM
Stürmen: That depends. Did you desecrate it first? :D
8/4/2007 11:45:36 AM
BlackWolfe: Naah, I just ignored it (still do) along with everything in it.... but going on MeAndJesus' logic and all.... can't ever be too certain.
Of course, given one minor detail, MAJ'd probably say I'm a living desecration.
8/4/2007 11:48:48 AM
Doing what?, giving Gore more right?, because the weather is changing, that's a fact. And they're not replacing God, they're replacing A BOOK.
8/21/2007 4:04:35 PM
If you want to read your bible in a hotel room then bring it with you.
3/3/2008 5:13:24 AM
If I was a hotelier, I would put a small selection of books in each nightstand. I wouldn't purchase Bibles, but if the Gideons donated them I guess I might put them in the rooms as a courtesy. (But probably not.) I'd probably steer away from anything too politically-minded, just because I don't want people to get pissed off and take it out on my staff, but a selection of fiction and business titles, and maybe The Green Book or something. I'd have a lending library, too. What can I say? I just like reading. :)
3/29/2008 10:45:30 AM
Why wont god ignore this, he ignores everything else ?
3/29/2008 12:26:06 PM
"Anytime you replace God with anything bad things happen."
I dunno. Nothing bad's happened to Pastafarians.
4/6/2010 3:24:38 PM
God has starving children, wars and other issues to worry about more than which book a private institution delivers.
2/2/2011 11:59:13 AM
Your god sounds like an attention whore.
4/13/2012 7:15:22 PM
I wonder if the hotel across the road from Charles de Gaulle airport that got taken out in the Concorde tragedy had bibles in its rooms.
4/14/2012 1:25:44 AM
finally an interesting and relevant book in a hotel room.
11/15/2012 4:03:41 AM