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Drinking unsupervised milk causes agnosticism. The milk may in fact be 100% from a kosher animal, but if no Jewish person was present to watch the milking, it has the effect of casting doubts in our core beliefs.

Rabbi Baruch Emanuel Erdstein, Ask Moses 113 Comments [1/26/2008 3:27:06 AM]
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Morninglight

Oh. My. Fucking. God.

This is pure fail at its finest.

1/26/2008 3:30:32 AM

Incubusion

This has GOT to be a poe.

1/26/2008 3:35:21 AM

the Good Witch

fuck the what? this is pure, untainted, undiluted stupidity.

1/26/2008 3:38:52 AM

WMDKitty


Poe!

1/26/2008 3:39:34 AM

Horsefeathers

"Drinking unsupervised milk causes agnosticism."
Because your god said so, right? And you can point out where your god said that, can't you? Yeah, thought not. Listen pal, appending the title of Rabbi to your name doesn't give you free license to go making up shit.

"The milk may in fact be 100% from a kosher animal, but if no Jewish person was present to watch the milking, it has the effect of casting doubts in our core beliefs."
If something that pathetic casts doubts on your core beliefs then they aren't worth holding. You could always convert to Christianity or Islam. Your brand of nuttery would fit right in.

1/26/2008 3:41:55 AM

t3h_fuhr3r

"Unsupervised milk"
Now there's a phrase you don't hear every day.
"causes agnosticism"
And here I just thought milk gave you strong bones, not religious ideals.

1/26/2008 3:50:35 AM

aqualung

[size=25]WTF?![/size]

1/26/2008 3:52:54 AM

moonkitty84

*headdesk*

1/26/2008 3:53:48 AM

cool cats

All those old food laws are several generations of hearsay. Or are you claiming that you, yourself heard God command that they be followed?

1/26/2008 3:56:42 AM

Illuminatalie

Not a poe. Check out the website. Pretty bizarre eh, milk causes agnosticism. I was reading a few entries on an MSNBC message board, and I found a post that claimed that homosexuality could be cleared up by antibiotics.

Fundamentalists were even mentioned in Utopia (by Thomas More) It's a universal trait I guess. In this day and age, the government of India does not dare to publicly acknowledge that the Ram Setu (a rock formation between India and Sri Lanka) was not in fact built by Lord Ram and his army of monkeys, or they will face a public backlash :

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/6994415.stm

(On the other hand, if these religious nuts prevent this area of the world from getting ruined by industrialization and pollution, maybe it's a good thing).

1/26/2008 3:57:13 AM



unsupervised milk!!! this is too funny...
*dies laughing*

1/26/2008 4:01:54 AM

Illuminatalie

Milk supervisors are paid well, and generally get good benefits and coverage.

1/26/2008 4:03:04 AM

Mayhem

Too stupid for words.

1/26/2008 4:13:29 AM

MrBadAxe

So if a Jewish woman is breastfeeding, there has to be a rabbi watching or it's not kosher?

1/26/2008 4:17:49 AM

Mike

Either this rabbi is extremely orthodox or this is a POE. My rabbi doesn't believe in this shit.

1/26/2008 4:24:14 AM

Acebrock

O_o

1/26/2008 4:31:24 AM

Detrs

Well, that explains a lot. I drank soy milk a lot growing up, now I'm gay and atheist.

1/26/2008 4:34:02 AM

Pizza

@Detrs: "Well, that explains a lot. I drank soy milk a lot growing up, now I'm gay and atheist."

My sister needed soy milk, so cakes and things like that had soy milk in them. I had dairy milk for things that were just for me. I'm bi :). My sister's a hetero-romantic asexual, though.

We're both atheists. The atheism-inducing effects of soy milk must be more powerful than its homosexuality-inducing effects. :)

1/26/2008 4:49:30 AM

Alethe

WTF...

To the WTFth power.

1/26/2008 5:04:07 AM

Osiris

The Jewish faith. So weak that it's threatened by milk.

1/26/2008 5:06:05 AM

Reverend Davidius

last i experienced, thinking is what causes agnosticism

1/26/2008 5:11:23 AM

approximate

Oy vey!!

1/26/2008 5:19:09 AM

Septic Sceptic

I knew about this before now. The Great Faith Lapse of 1931 caused hysteria among Jewish holy men across the globe. The outbreak was finally traced to a dairy in Lewisham where it was discovered that the milk was being observed by a rabbi with poor eyesight, offering it only a fraction of the standard immunisation against sceptisism that a rabbi with 20/20 eyesight could offer.

1/26/2008 5:37:23 AM

Septic Sceptic

I knew about this before now. The Great Faith Lapse of 1931 caused hysteria among Jewish holy men across the globe. The outbreak was finally traced to a dairy in Lewisham where it was discovered that the milk was being observed by a rabbi with poor eyesight, offering it only a fraction of the standard immunisation against sceptisism that a rabbi with 20/20 eyesight could offer.

1/26/2008 5:37:35 AM

Brian X

To the extent that kosher certification generally implies a higher standard of quality control, I don't really mind the concept of kashrut. But it's important to remember that it is a religious artifact, and people can get their knickers in a twist about it.

1/26/2008 5:54:18 AM
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