of no fixed subtitle
March 23, 2004
Jesus Dress Up
- I'm posting this and then stepping away from my computer, in case of lightning attacks.
16 years ago
This is a
, f8xumlder - you've risked the wrath of the almighty for nothing...
Awww, Christ! I mean Jeebus! Crap! Sorry, ya'll.
Double Po- . . ahhh crap. I vote we turn this thread into a discussion of Mel Christian's "The Passion of Jessie Christ". I'll go first - *ahem* . . . "This movie was nothing more than a compilation of old soccer games from someone's childhood. And it was excessively and pointlessly violent."
"I loved it! That whiny little bitch Jesus got exactly what was comin' to him!"
mel gibson is a crazy poo-head weinerbiter
More glowing indictments
gibson is a twisted fuckhead - but rich!
certainsome1, you beat me to it.
The Passion of Jeezie Creezie
it is, then. I'm quite impressed that despite Jesus Dressup being around for at least two years (I remember playing with it in college which was 2000-01), it's been rediscovered and posted twice in a weekn.
Let's hope that when Arnie runs for president, he won't hire Mr. Gibson to make his ads. For all its' flaunted adherence to scriptures and historical details, those little things like the tricks of sudden cuts supposed to startle the viewer were, well, cheap. The graphic depictions of torture? If I'd were a devote, religious person, that'll be a real torture to endure. Right there with watching open heart surgery. Plus... and this really bugs me. It's all supposed to be accurate, realistic... and now and then, after we've seen it slammed and flat on the floor, he majestically rises and gives out such a dramatic stare that freezes anyone within range... I began to picture the scene side by side with the Simpons' 'diabolic dog' in that episode... where Homer makes a movie with Mel Gibson, btw. Now that's odd...
Holy Ghost, this is
an episode of Scooby Doo.
I think The Passion is supposed to be torture to a devout Christian, Flagpole. When I was in (Catholic) high school they showed us a video describing "historical" facts about the horrors of crucifixion; it concluded with a reminder that Jesus went through all this suffering for you, the viewer. You're disgusted by the violence and you pity its victim; then the narrator points out that Jesus does all these things because he
. If you know Jesus is willing to be crucified for your sake, you're much less likely to let him down. You're kind of guilted into piety.
I think that's quite sick. Really. Using emotional blackmail like that. Like how some kids get all neurotic because they think God is watching them
all the time
, even when they're in the toilet. It's a horrible way to face one's God.
Disclaimer: Just my opinion, I know that many devout Christians will disagree. And I have no problems with that. (Mis)Spent twelve years in Catholic schools.
A friend of mine's mother told him that every time he masturbated an angel died.
Was that an angle per stroke or per...
Possibly per sperm, mexican.
Thats a lot of angels.
Yeah, but then suddenly the "how-many-angels-can-dance-on-the-head-of-a-pin" question makes a lot more sense.
offing the Angels?
whoops wrong thread . .
today. Maybe nsfw if bad words are a no-no.
souperstishis peepl. i
poastd this on borlt
a fuor yersw bakk and jesus anit nebber fuggwid me boutid!