Quote# 41605

It's starting to get bad against those of us who are believers. On days that I do my major house cleaning I put on worship music and my daughter and I sing and dance as we are cleaning. Well, most of the time we get so into it that the volume gets turned up loud Everytime we do this I think to myself "Is today the day I get a knock at my door and get told that if I don't turn off my believer's music that I will be arrested?". This used to be a crazy thought now it's not Even sadder is the idea that the neighbors blasting their horrible rock music won't be bothered for a second by the law.

kelly, RR 77 Comments [6/24/2008 9:04:48 PM]
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No, today is not the day. Sorry, your persecution fantasy will once again need to be acted out in the masturbatory fantasies you have while trying to suffer through your husband's gruntings.

6/24/2008 9:09:43 PM


Well, I'd certainly call the police if you had that shit cranked up so high I couldn't do my own living.

6/24/2008 9:14:39 PM

The Watcher

If your music is disturbing the peace, then yes, someone should call the police. Don't try to make it out like you're being persecuted, either. You have as much right to call the cops on anyone else for doing the same with their music, whatever it may be.

6/24/2008 9:15:33 PM


Dancing is satanic. You just bought your daughter a one way ticket to hell on the Sin Express, sister.

Tsk, tsk...

6/24/2008 9:18:10 PM

Paschal Wagner

Take it from your fellow fundie: "Rights are Satans attempt to curtail and confuse." Now STFU.

6/24/2008 9:21:42 PM


Pie chart!

6/24/2008 9:22:45 PM

doomie 22

I don't think your neighbors care that it's believer music. I (and most sane people) wouldn't care if it was worship or heavy metal. I (and, once again, most people) enjoy hearing my own thoughts.

EDIT: Here you go, F.

6/24/2008 9:23:00 PM


If my neighbor was playing religious music too loud, I'd say there's only a few antidotes: death metal, thrash metal, or black metal. Take your pick. Immolation, Gorgoroth, and Slayer would be my recommendations.

6/24/2008 9:26:20 PM

Septic Sceptic

Oh the fun you could have with a convincing police uniform at Kelly's house.

"Sorry ma'am, all music pertaining to God the Creator of All Things is hearby banned. When Obama the muslim antichrist steps into power, he does not want his atheist junta polluted by the music of the faithful. Hail Satan!"

"This is persecution!"

"Is that insubordination? Control, we have an unsubmissive believer, dispatch the Retrieve and Brainwash squad on the double."

"Oh nooooo! Run darling, out the back door!"

"Heh. Pity they've gone and such a nice tv behind..."

6/24/2008 9:28:53 PM


Again with the music/persecution fantasy? WTF?

6/24/2008 9:38:16 PM


If your shitty "music" is too loud, you might just miss the trumpet's call!

Oh, the horror! Truly "left behind."

6/24/2008 9:40:42 PM


So it's getting bad because you're afraid of a noise complaint that hasn't happened yet?

Your tinfoil hat is showing.

6/24/2008 9:41:37 PM


Worship music.
Be careful that you don´t begin to worship the music instead of HIM. You know what YHWH thinks avbout having other gods before him ;)

6/24/2008 9:50:16 PM


Some absurdly loud Deicide wouldn't go astray in a situation like that...

And Gorgoroth FTW!

6/24/2008 9:50:31 PM


The difference between your "believer's music" and the "horrible rock music" of your neighbors?

More than likely, theirs will have unbearably loud BASS pumping.

Odds are, if you had yours cranked up fully, I'd still barely hear it, let alone feel it more than a block away.

Given the choice, I'd pick yours as the less annoying one.

6/24/2008 9:56:17 PM


Paranoid much?

6/24/2008 10:03:27 PM


Don't make me blast your with rickroll!

6/24/2008 10:05:58 PM


You wish.

6/24/2008 10:12:09 PM

David D.G.

If you're that anxious to be persecuted, go to a country that actually DOES persecute Christians. This one panders to them instead, which is quite the opposite, so I doubt you'll get your martyrdom aspirations fulfilled here.

~David D.G.

6/24/2008 10:16:43 PM

Tomby Stone

Wait, I don't get it. Someone actually called the police on her or she's claiming Christian persectution because she considers the possibility that someone may call them ??

If the latter is the case my heart just goes out to her. We all have problems but I can't imagine living with the horror of thinking there's a possibility somebody might call the police on me whenever I blast my music at full volume even though nobody ever has. These poor, poor people.

6/24/2008 10:18:56 PM


"Everytime we do this I think to myself "Is today the day I get a knock at my door and get told that if I don't turn off my believer's music that I will be arrested?""

You people really buy into this "persecution" bullshit, don't you?

6/24/2008 10:21:41 PM


Hehe... I'd find that a perfectly good reason to get some earplugs (hey, I don't want hearing damage!), put my speakers all flush against the presumably shared wall of the apartment (again, assuming a lot here from the quote), and crank some Laibach of the choicer bits of their album "Jesus Christ Superstars" followed by some Ministry like "Never Believe" and "Faith Collapsing." After that I could perhaps turn to some RevCo ("Viagra Culture" in particular) and Skinny Puppy. If they haven't had a heart attack by that point, I'd turn the music back down and enjoy some good Siouxsie and the Banshees and Abney Park.

Bet she'd call the police before the first track of "Jesus Christ Superstars" is done.

6/24/2008 10:24:41 PM


People, you should read better:

"Everytime we do this I think to myself "Is today the day I get a knock at my door and get told that if I don't turn off my believer's music that I will be arrested?"

In other words, nothing actually happened. It's not persecution fantasy, it's IMAGINAIRY persecution fantasy.

6/24/2008 10:27:42 PM


Everytime we do this I think to myself


6/24/2008 10:28:26 PM


If I lived next door to you, I'd put on stuff in the strangest, most un-danceable time signatures, just so you couldn't dance anymore.

6/24/2008 10:35:07 PM

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