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Here's where your wrong you satan-lovers

There once was a 90 year-old man who had warts (but he got them removed - they were on his feet). This man was Japanese, and he liked to carve things, but he lived all by himself. He was so alone that he talked to his carvings. He lived in a little hut in the mountains. He decided one day that he would carve a giant dragon panda on the top of a great mountain overlooking a village. It took him 3 months to complete the carving, but eventually he was done after hard work and gallons of sweat (which isn't good for old people).

Well to his suprise, there was a horrible storm that broke the statue from the bottom, and it rolled down the mountain. It killed everyone in the village by squishing them with their guts flying out everywhere.

The old man was traumatized, and he went into his hut where he live 7 more years until he died - all alone with no one to talk to.

 

 


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 If I could make anything

 If I could make anything out of this at all, I'd swear it was Poe.  As it is, I think someone needs to get back on the meds.

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     Foul5town  does your name mean,  five birds in the town,  or five foul balls  per town,  or  I'm wrong (foul) in five towns,  or "I went wrong in five towns",  or  "I went wrong five times in one town";   any of these  answers would make more sense  then your morality play.

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There once was a 90 year-old man who had warts (but he got them removed - they were on his feet). This man was Japanese, and he liked to carve things, but he lived all by himself. He was so alone that he talked to his carvings. He lived in a little hut in the mountains. He decided one day that he would carve a giant dragon panda on the top of a great mountain overlooking a village. It took him 3 months to complete the carving, but eventually he was done after hard work and gallons of sweat (which isn't good for old people).

Well to his suprise, there was a horrible storm that broke the statue from the bottom, and it rolled down the mountain. It killed everyone in the village by squishing them with their guts flying out everywhere.

The old man was traumatized, and he went into his hut where he live 7 more years until he died - all alone with no one to talk to.

Oh oh oh, I get it. I get it!

What you're trying to say is that.......um.......he had no one to talk to......because he couldn't talk to Jesus! Because he's a Satan lover! Those damn Japanese.

Yeah, so if we're all 90 year-old Japanese people with warts living in a little hut on a mountain overlooking a village and we all carve giant dragon pandas that then collapse during a storm and roll down the mountain, crushing everyone in the village, with their intestines flying everywhere, we'd also be really lonely for 7 years because we don't have Jesus! If we had Jesus, then we could repent and talk with Jesus after accidentally squishing everyone in a tiny village in Japan with a giant dragon panda statue.  

Was that the gist of your argument?

 

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          It is nice to know at least one of our regulars  "gets it" I don't.   On the other hand;  besides four fingers and a thumb,   I do not recall  him useing that word jesus,   or jesus that christ even once.  Has  a  nice little atheist like me   just missed the boat on this one.   And   I  do  NOT like missing boats!!!!!!!!!

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Jeffrick wrote:

 

 

 

          It is nice to know at least one of our regulars  "gets it" I don't.   On the other hand;  besides four fingers and a thumb,   I do not recall  him useing that word jesus,   or jesus that christ even once.  Has  a  nice little atheist like me   just missed the boat on this one.   And   I  do  NOT like missing boats!!!!!!!!!

Well, no.  You'd be crushed by ...giant dragon panda statues.

 

 

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Oh shoot!

 

 

 

        While I recover from being crushed could you check your messages,  and respond?

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i can't it won't let me...

i can't it won't let me...


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Wait folks, lets give the OP

Wait folks, lets give the OP some credit. THERE IS A MORAL TO THE STORY.......

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I have not been a member of this forum long, but this stuff seems to crop up fairly often.  What the heck is it?  Is it non-english speakers, or kids, or pranksters or...?  Unless it is really just crazy people?

 

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 There is NO CRAZY ON THE

 There is NO CRAZY ON THE INTERWEBZ!!

 

NO CRAZY!!!

 

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You should have written

You should have written "you're", not "your", in this context. "Here's where you're wrong you satan-lovers".

And I think "Satan" is supposed to be capitalized.

Other than that, well done!

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foul5town wrote:Here's where

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Here's where your wrong you satan-lovers

I don't think there are any satan-lovers here. But out of curiousity, what are satan-lovers wrong about?

 

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There once was a 90 year-old man who had warts (but he got them removed - they were on his feet). This man was Japanese, and he liked to carve things, but he lived all by himself. He was so alone that he talked to his carvings. He lived in a little hut in the mountains. He decided one day that he would carve a giant dragon panda on the top of a great mountain overlooking a village. It took him 3 months to complete the carving, but eventually he was done after hard work and gallons of sweat (which isn't good for old people).

Well to his suprise, there was a horrible storm that broke the statue from the bottom, and it rolled down the mountain. It killed everyone in the village by squishing them with their guts flying out everywhere.

The old man was traumatized, and he went into his hut where he live 7 more years until he died - all alone with no one to talk to.

Its seems he was alone before and after the statue killed everyone and I was wondering if he was alone his entire 90 year life. But he had to have talked to someone to get the warts removed, right?

 

Perhaps he should have tried talking to the people in the village instead of carving huge statues.

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Satan is a friendly guy

I have decided to hand my life over to Satan. At least he understands the way my mind works.

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Atheistextremist wrote:I

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I have decided to hand my life over to Satan. At least he understands the way my mind works.

What is your definition of satan so I can understand what you are "handing your life over to"?

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Satan is a drunken philandering fishing show host

And I'm taking the piss.

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:O

 WAIT...I swear this was from an anime. I know I saw this exact thing happen...


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Dragon Panda statue? Heresy!

Dragon Panda statue? Heresy! No wonder they were all punished. Dragons are inferior.

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foul5town wrote:Well to his

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Well to his suprise, there was a horrible storm that broke the statue from the bottom, and it rolled down the mountain. It killed everyone in the village by squishing them with their guts flying out everywhere.

Something just like this happened when I was living in Klawock. They were raising a big totem pole that had been carved by a really nice old Tlingit man, Stan. It was beautifully done. Anyway, during the totem raising, another man was crushed beneath the totem. It was just his big toe, but boy, was it crushed.

Stan turned to his friend, who was hopping around on one foot yipping like a beat dog, and said, "Shut up, you big pussy. Tend to your rope."

I know exactly what you mean, Dude. Carvings kill.

(Actually, I quite enjoyed the story. The details were really great, especially the bit with the warts and the sweat. This is classic Disney.)

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Vastet wrote:Dragon Panda

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Dragon Panda statue? Heresy! No wonder they were all punished. Dragons are inferior.

Not as inferior as PANDA IS TO MOOSE!

Pandas are slow, lazy and ornery. Moose, on the other hand, are magestic, regal, and fair-minded.

Moose also don't watch professional wrestling, which is Totally Lame, and for Panda Lovers!

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I prefer the story I heard

I prefer the story I heard recently on 'NonProphets' recently, where a devout Catholic was trapped in an elevator, prayed to be rescued, was rescued from the elevator, promptly rushed to his church to give thanks to God, where he embraced a statue supporting a big altar, which collapsed and killed him...

 

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HisWillness wrote:Vastet

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Dragon Panda statue? Heresy! No wonder they were all punished. Dragons are inferior.

Not as inferior as PANDA IS TO MOOSE!

Pandas are slow, lazy and ornery. Moose, on the other hand, are magestic, regal, and fair-minded.

Moose also don't watch professional wrestling, which is Totally Lame, and for Panda Lovers!

We have already established multiple times that a moose is no match for any bear of any kind.
And 'professional' wrestling is enjoyable to people in general. Recent studies show that the base percentage of people who enjoy it remain constant across all ethical, cultural, and 'racial' groups. In other words, even most people foolish enough to follow the moose love wrestling.

A sad day it is when moose lovers are so desperate that they must resort to ridiculous and falsified suggestions. Next thing you'll say is that Babylon 5 is only for Trekkies.

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