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September 25, 2011

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Chicken Little (R)

Oh. My. Gawd. Pass me a Jim Jones cocktail, I can't take it any longer.

sparky

Among many of the reasons I quit going to church was the old hymns were replaced by this crap. People now want to be entertained. It was too weird then, and this is hilariously terrible now.

fremont

Is that a "fearfully and wonderfully made" mullet on his holy head?

Puget Sound Blathers

Is that a "fearfully and wonderfully made" mullet on his holy head?

Posted by: fremont | September 25, 2011 at 12:16 PM

LMAO, that's pretty good.

i wonder if it could be one of those
Ron Popeil 'Mullet Weaves' that you could get for 4 easy payments of 49.99 with a set of Ginsu Knives and the Flavor Injector thrown in for free.
Those were pretty damn popular down in Kent circa 1985...

Mohammy

Why are you always putting down Christians? What are you afraid of?
God bless America! (A Christian Country!)

Der Moderate

Again, what does this have to do with talk radio? Must be a slow weekend for the progressive liberals.

Mohammy

Der Moderate, you missed the point. It's Sunday so you have to make fun of the Christians. Blatherwatch doesn't have the nerve to make fun of the muslims on Fridays because they know the muslims would hunt them down and behead them just like they did Daniel Pearl!

sparky

Mohammy, Steven Colbert had a great quote a few weeks ago: "If this is going to be a Christian nation that doesn't help the poor, then we either have to pretend that Jesus was a selfish as we are, or we should acknowledge that he commanded us to love the poor and serve the needy without condition and then admit we just don't want to do it."

Many on the right say we are a Christian nation. I am waiting to see some proof.

Pete

Somewhere, amidst the one and a half billion Muslims in this world, there might well be an imam making videos of himself singing a cheesy hymn in an Alvin-the-chipmunk voice. I really hope not, but the ways of humans are many and mysterious; it could well be. And if so, that is worthy of mocking, too.

Seems to me BlaM is mocking this guy, not Christianity. If anyone's mocking Christianity, it's Lil Markie. At minimum, if he's showering God with glory, it's a shower approximately the color of that God-awful sweater.

Pete

And Fremont, didn't you hear the man? God made him just the way he is. That's GOD'S mullet! Lil Monkey bears no personal responsibility at all...

leroy

"Blatherwatch doesn't have the nerve to make fun of the muslims on Fridays because they know the muslims would hunt them down and behead them just like they did Daniel Pearl!"

This reminds me--remember how our slimy local rag "The Seattle Weekly" completely abandoned their cartoonist when she pissed off some mooselyms?

Seriously--"The Seattle Weekly" and their scumball owners are authentic rock-bottom shit-suckers.

Pete

Leroy, you're way too kind. They abandoned their cartoonist, but they're more than happy to take a principled stand on behalf of selling kids into sex slavery.

Those assholes make Dori Monson seem righteous and authentic.

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