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Jesus Loves You.
#26

Jesus Loves You.
What's with all these fuckin puppets on these album covers?  I mean, what the actual hell??  Hahahaha


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#27

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(11-19-2023, 03:53 AM)Dancefortwo Wrote: What's with all these fuckin puppets on these album covers?  I mean, what the actual hell??  Hahahaha

Were puppets like this a *thing* in the 60's and 70's?
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#28

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(11-19-2023, 03:53 AM)Dancefortwo Wrote: [Image: 3.bp_.blogspot.comawkward-christian-albu...5e994f.jpg]
This looks a little too romantic. I won't go as far as to say sexual, but she sure looks like she has some plans later for the dummy.
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#29

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(11-17-2023, 09:14 PM)Ajberry Wrote: This is my first thread here wanting to let you all know that Jesus loves you! Regardless of your view of Him.

Why are you telling us this, mortal?  Can't your buddy Jesus come here and tell us himself?
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#30

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(11-19-2023, 04:02 AM)Aliza Wrote:
(11-19-2023, 03:53 AM)Dancefortwo Wrote: What's with all these fuckin puppets on these album covers?  I mean, what the actual hell??  Hahahaha

Were puppets like this a *thing* in the 60's and 70's?

Well, apparently Christian puppets and ventriloquist record albums were a thing back in the 1960's.   Who knew?    But.......um.....why would you have a ventriloquist on a record album?   I mean, it would just be the voice.  


https://margaretgunnng.blogspot.com/2014...uists.html

Ewwwww.  It's all so amazingly creepy.  Here's some more.

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#31

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All religious persons are puppets.
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#32

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(11-19-2023, 02:47 AM)Minimalist Wrote: [Image: christian-albums1.jpg]



Good thing jesus loves them because those broads are so butt-ugly that normal guys would be double-bagging them.

They're so ugly they could be a modern art masterpiece you'd need half a dozen Viagra and about ten shots of navy rum to even contemplate getting jiggy. One thing's for sure, these fugglys never need to worry about having a purity ring, they just don't need one.
The whole point of having cake is to eat it Cake_Feast
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#33

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https://youtu.be/g0ewF1jtAJs?si=Uu20nsVy7NDvUon7
This is hilarious.
The whole point of having cake is to eat it Cake_Feast
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#34

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Beyond parody:



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#35

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Nothing is beyond parody!


Robert G. Ingersoll : “No man with a sense of humor ever founded a religion.”
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#36

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Pastor Gas has a profound message for you. I can get my brothers and sisters to cry with this message from the Jebus who loves us.

https://www.google.com/search?q=the+fart...h0NeU,st:0
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#37

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(11-19-2023, 02:47 AM)Minimalist Wrote: [Image: christian-albums1.jpg]



Good thing jesus loves them because those broads are so butt-ugly that normal guys would be double-bagging them.

The gal on the right looks like Stephen Fry in a beehive.  LOLOLOL
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#38

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And those hair-dos.  I showed that photo to my wife and asked if she ever had hair like that.  She had.  In junior high!
Robert G. Ingersoll : “No man with a sense of humor ever founded a religion.”
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#39

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Gee, I need to thank Ajbrerry for starting this thread so we could turn it into a comedy.     It's been fun and a lot of laughs.   Not exactly what the OP wanted though.   

Chuckle
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#40

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(11-17-2023, 09:14 PM)Ajberry Wrote: This is my first thread here wanting to let you all know that Jesus loves you! Regardless of your view of Him.

As is customary in my culture, I welcome you to this forum.

In my culture, even Noam Chomsky is welcome. (In fact, we invited him here to speak back in the day.)

Quote:“In my own professional work I have touched on a variety of different fields. I’ve done work in mathematical linguistics, for example, without any professional credentials in mathematics; in this subject I am completely self-taught, and not very well taught. But I’ve often been invited by universities to speak on mathematical linguistics at mathematics seminars and colloquia. No one has ever asked me whether I have the appropriate credentials to speak on these subjects; the mathematicians couldn’t care less. What they want to know is what I have to say. No one has ever objected to my right to speak, asking whether I have a doctor’s degree in mathematics, or whether I have taken advanced courses in the subject. That would never have entered their minds. They want to know whether I am right or wrong, whether the subject is interesting or not, whether better approaches are possible… the discussion dealt with the subject, not with my right to discuss it.

But on the other hand, in discussion or debate concerning social issues or American foreign policy…. The issue is constantly raised, often with considerable venom. I’ve repeatedly been challenged on grounds of credentials, or asked, what special training do I have that entitles you to speak on these matters. The assumption is that people like me, who are outsiders from a professional viewpoint, are not entitled to speak on such things.

Compare mathematics and the political sciences… it’s quite striking. In mathematics, in physics, people are concerned with what you say, not with your certification. But in order to speak about social reality, you must have the proper credentials, particularly if you depart from the accepted framework of thinking. Generally speaking, it seems fair to say that the richer the intellectual substance of a field, the less there is a concern for credentials, and the greater is the concern for content.”

Quote by Noam Chomsky: “In my own professional work I have touched on a...” (goodreads.com)

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#41

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(11-17-2023, 09:14 PM)Ajberry Wrote: This is my first thread here wanting to let you all know that Jesus loves you! Regardless of your view of Him.

I should point out that it's not just my own mathemagical culture that is welcoming to the stranger, it is my wife's magical culture as well. (She comes from a Catholic culture, one of Colombia's 500 year old so-called "cultures of resistence", where non-violence is a lifestyle, not a tactic, famous for their macheteros and their cattle rustlers, so welcoming the stranger is actually unambiguously a part of her religion, from a Historical and Anthropological point of view. You don't have to be Catholic to be loved. Please don't let the fact that her religion is historically a religion of war deter you. War is just a part of her religion, just like cattle rustling. Don't let history and anthropology freak you out. Remember, it's just science. And we all believe in science, don't we?)

Here's a video that illustrates the welcoming nature of her culture. (Like many YouTube videos in the age of AI, it has audio-generated closed captions in the language of your choice. If you need any help viewing it, there are instructional music videos on YouTube that can help to teach you how to click "play" to enjoy the magic. Please let me know if you need help.)

So, on behalf of all of us here at the Atheist Discussion Forum, as well as all of our families, all of our neighbors, and all of our friends, I want to extend a heartfelt welcome to you.

By the way, I have a thread here titled "Can you hear the shape of a drum?". (Yeah, I'm an atheist mathematician.) Please feel free to post your thoughts in that thread. You don't have to be a mathematician to have thoughts on this topic. Here in this forum, we value your thoughts, and look forward to your contributions.

By working together towards the common goal of multiculturalism, we can all help to construct the peace, regardless of our cultures and our (ir)religions.

Viento en Popa Profe Lola

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#42

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(11-17-2023, 09:14 PM)Ajberry Wrote: This is my first thread here wanting to let you all know that Jesus loves you! Regardless of your view of Him.

By the way, even if you are Protestant, don't believe all of the racist lies that you may hear from time to time from those who wish to divide us here in America.

Disinformation has been rampant here in America in our own lifetimes.

When you hear rumors, you need to cross-reference those rumors with science.

Sciences like History and Anthropology.

Here's an example of the kinds of white supremacist lies that have been promulgated about my wife's culture.

I promise you, my wife has never eaten anybody, regardless of what some of those in western cultures have claimed. 

(11-14-2023, 08:20 AM)pythagorean Wrote:
Quote:Es cierto que los procesos de colonización y evangelización marcaron la pauta dualista entre el bien y el mal, y este diablo es el acusador, el que controla, es el maligno; el Valle del Patía ha sido conocido históricamente como un territorio portador del mal. El Patía lugar escabroso, de negros, de abigeato, bajeza asociada al ejercicio de la fuerza, de la esgrima, del crimen y el trabajo forzoso en la minería. Recuerdo de niña que, en Popayán, ciertos adultos le decían a los niños cuando eran necios, traviesos, desobedientes y callejeros sin permiso de los padres, frases como: Si te portas mal, te come o te mata un negro del Patía. Epítetos como “negros”, “salvajes”, “infieles”, “sin alma” a lo largo de la colonia y hasta mediados del siglo XX, eran el mal para todo aquel que no estaba dentro de la norma establecida por la conducta moral del Estado-nación. Unos ‘irracionales’ -eran considerados los afros- en una racionalidad colonial, por su particular concepción y comportamiento distintos; posteriormente fueron declarados “apátridas” por no ser partícipes de las contiendas en la campaña libertadora comandada por Simón Bolívar, quien participa en una lucha libertadora en la que quienes comandaban eran los que habían sido sus amos antes de fugarse al haber sido esclavos.

(page 143)

Las almas de los violines 'negros'

Dr. Paloma Muñoz

Las almas de los violines negros (unicauca.edu.co)

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Quote:It is true that the processes of colonization and evangelization set the dualistic pattern between good and evil, and this devil is the accuser, the one who controls, the evil one; the Patía Valley has historically been known as a territory bearing evil. Patía, a rugged place, associated with black people, cattle theft, lowliness linked to the exercise of force, fencing, crime, and forced labor in mining. I remember as a child in Popayán, certain adults would tell children phrases like: "If you behave badly, a black person from Patía will eat you or kill you." Epithets such as "blacks," "savages," "infidels," "soulless" throughout the colonial period and until the mid-20th century, represented evil for anyone who did not conform to the established moral conduct of the nation-state. The Afro-descendants were considered "irrational" in a colonial rationality due to their distinctive conception and behavior; later, they were declared "stateless" for not participating in the liberation campaign led by Simón Bolívar, who fought for freedom alongside those who had been their masters before they escaped from slavery.



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#43

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JFC.
Being told you're delusional does not necessarily mean you're mental. 
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(11-19-2023, 11:34 PM)brewerb Wrote: JFC.

It's good to have thread devoted to Love and multiculturalism here, isn't it?

It's refreshing!

And it is the very best part of atheist cultures!

(And non-atheist cultures as well.)

Finally, something that all people of good will, all over the world, regardless of culture or religion, here and now in the 21st Century, can agree on!

This is what atheism is all about!

Doy El Primer Paso



Gobernación del Cauca- Mi Cauca

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#45

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Atheism is about nothing.
It's the absence of one concept.
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#46

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(11-20-2023, 12:07 AM)Truncated Icosahedron Wrote: Atheism is about nothing.
It's the absence of one concept.

That's called Seinfeld Atheism.

It's about nothing. (Quite literally.)

Seinfeld Atheism is somewhat related to Seinfeld Theism.

Which is also about nothing. (Quite metaphorically.)

By the way, what did your Aristotelian ancestors have to say about Physics?

We all know what they had to say about Mathematics.

And it was pretty cool.

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#47

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(11-19-2023, 04:56 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote: Pastor Gas has a profound message for you. I can get my brothers and sisters to cry with this message from the Jebus who loves us.

https://www.google.com/search?q=the+fart...h0NeU,st:0

I forwarded the link for this video to a friend of mine in Rhode Island. He got back to me the next day and said he nearly laughed himself to death.  Chuckle
“I expect to pass this way but once; any good therefore that I can do, or any kindness that I can show to any fellow creature, let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again.” (Etienne De Grellet)
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(11-20-2023, 01:04 PM)Gwaithmir Wrote:
(11-19-2023, 04:56 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote: Pastor Gas has a profound message for you. I can get my brothers and sisters to cry with this message from the Jebus who loves us.

https://www.google.com/search?q=the+fart...h0NeU,st:0

I forwarded the link for this video to a friend of mine in Rhode Island. He got back to me the next day and said he nearly laughed himself to death.  Chuckle

The first time I sent it to my brother and sister who appreciate fart jokes, they said the same thing. LOL Smile
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#49

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What an absolute pity! I was really hoping that our new friend would return to tell us about his little buddy, Jesus. I guess Jesus didn't see fit to equip him with the magical keys to opening our hearts and minds.
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#50

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He never does.
Robert G. Ingersoll : “No man with a sense of humor ever founded a religion.”
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