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Repeat after me: it's FICTION!!!
2/3/2008 1:27:16 AM
Arcen, honey, Scooby and the gang are just as real as yer Lawd n' Savyer.
2/3/2008 1:28:15 AM
"When I was 7 or 6 years old several years ago watching the cartoon Scooby-doo I was influenced by these occultic things"
You weren't a very bright child, were you?
"What are these occultic things in Scooby-Doo show you ask? As I can remember there were witchcrafts, voodoo dolls, spells, levitation, witches, demons, satanic and occultic symbols."
You may also recall that never, not once, even a single damned time, was there ever a true supernatural element to any of the stories. If you'd actually payed attention you might recognize that, rather than teaching "occult" information, the show in fact pointed out the virtues of being inquisitive and looking for rational explanations to things.
"And how did they influence me you ask? Not only me, but the children around me watching the show also. They and I were amazed and curious. We had this desire to make spells, learn magic and rituals, and "Put dangerous and inappropriate things in a large bowl with fire and sticks under it."
Then you weren't paying very close attention. I can only conclude that you have an extremely short attention span and the colors and funny dog distracted you from the actual message of the show.
"And yes I tried it before."
Then you're an utter fucking moron. Congratulations.
"Well, i'm above 13 yrs old and below 18 yrs old. It is bad for the eyes and ears of the children to watch and hear these kinds of stuff because their minds are open and they can be easily influenced like I was."
That's funny. I wasn't adversely influenced by Scooby-Doo. Then again, I apparently have a better grasp of reality than you do.
2/3/2008 1:32:21 AM
The baby Jesus throws his poopy diapers at liars like you, Arcen.
2/3/2008 1:33:24 AM
2/3/2008 1:35:09 AM
Please be poe.
2/3/2008 1:35:31 AM
"Occultic" WTF does that word mean?
2/3/2008 1:36:22 AM
Wasn't the point of Scooby-Doo to show how all these paranormal evens were nothing more then elaborate hoaxes perpetrated by criminals and could be explained logically?
2/3/2008 1:45:13 AM
Osiris: Why else would a fundie think it's the work of teh debbil?
2/3/2008 1:45:57 AM
As I recall, in every single episode of Scooby-Doo it turned out that the monster or ghost or whatever was just a dude in a mask and there was absolutely nothing supernatural going on. This encourages "witchcraft"... how?
2/3/2008 1:51:35 AM
Um...it's a cartoon. Any kid who tries to copy things done on Scooby-Doo is badly in need of common sense.
2/3/2008 1:53:59 AM
After you watched a Superman cartoon you jumped out of a window and landed on your head, didn't you?
2/3/2008 2:05:17 AM
And I would have gotten away with it too if it weren't for those meddling fundies!
But come on, nearly every Scooby-Doo villain is some guy in a mask and all of his "ghosts" are illusions. I mean, Scooby-Doo is the most anit-paranormal/occult show out there.
At least she wasn't harping on Velma for being a lesbian.
2/3/2008 2:18:55 AM
1) Its a damn cartoon
2) Everyone that they tracked down "doing" these things turned out to be a dummy in a monkey suit (a figure of speech for you literalists).
3) Have the balls to admit you tried this after age 20.
4) The only way in which I was influenced by this show was it added, in an unimaginative ammount, to a plethora of unimaginative pot jokes.
2/3/2008 2:20:29 AM
If you're going to come up with moral objections to Scooby-Doo, at least base them around the plethora of drug references undoubtedly contained within.
2/3/2008 2:26:15 AM
2/3/2008 2:27:57 AM
And if you play Scooby Doo's voice backward, it says "Please send your answer to Arcen, care of the funny farm"
2/3/2008 2:39:41 AM
dear god this is the most epic FAIL i've seen in a while /facepalm
if you think scooby-doo promotes the nonsense you claim it does you must have used lead in your "witchcraft" and drank it
2/3/2008 2:42:40 AM
Maybe that's because you were an idiot. I remember when I was 7 years old... in home school... in 6th grade...
2/3/2008 2:46:56 AM
The really sad thing is that he doesn't realize how deeply mired he is in the Christian cult, but then everyone in a cult believes that they have the only answers. I was in that cult at his age, but I managed to escape it, and am a far far better person than I ever could have hoped to be under the influences of that insidious, pathetic and dangerous mythology.
2/3/2008 2:57:36 AM
Come on - everyone knows the show only became truly evil when Scrappy-Doo (AKA the anti-scooby) joined.
2/3/2008 3:06:12 AM
Don't Scooby Doo and the gang always try to show how the Occult is a cover up for shady dealings? I thought that would make fundies happy.
2/3/2008 3:28:58 AM
Most supernatural things in Scooby Doo turned out to be mechanical, sweety.
2/3/2008 3:33:39 AM
If it wasn't for those pesky kids meddling, the demons would have got away with it.
No. Wait. That's not how it goes...
2/3/2008 3:51:12 AM
Did you never watch the end of the episode where the Scooby-gang would show that there was a rational explanation for everything that went on, and was never paranormal?
2/3/2008 4:13:20 AM
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