Damnsle Inthis-Dress

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Wednesday, October 04, 2006

The Evils of Christianity (Now with fewer grammatical errors!)

I'd like to propose a ban on the Chronicles of Narnia books, because they promote the evils of Christianity. On the face of things, they are merely fantastical stories about a group of siblings who are transported to another world by way of an old wardrobe. A world full of mythical beasts, magical inhabitants and time-bending phenomena. But in reality, these are all allegorical references to C.S. Lewis's Christian beliefs, a fact which is readily admitted by the author. He has never even tried to deny his attempt to draw unsuspecting children into the hate mongering, self-righteous religion. On the contrary! He actually revels in his perversity because he is, in fact, a theologian! He's all about the Christianity, unlike Ms.Rowling who has never endorsed any religion whatsoever in any of her novels. I don't want my children, and other people’s children, exposed to the misogynistic and closed minded teachings of such a horrible and deceitful cult as Christianity. This religion’s factions generally have no respect for life; In fact Christianity is responsible for more suffering, death and murder than drugs and abortion combined. I believe it is in the best interests of our society to stamp this blight out. The very least we can do is to prevent our children from being exposed to its evils in their very schools, which are, ideally, places to open and expand the mind, not places of censorship and rigidity.


Blogger That's Mr. McDougal, to you, punk said...

I am madly in love with you.

Just so you know.

Now the stalking won't seem so weird.

You know ... because it's out in the open.

Hey, you're not really going to honor that restraining order are you?

4/10/06 21:01  
Blogger Calzone said...

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5/10/06 21:23  
Blogger Calzone said...


5/10/06 21:25  
Blogger damnsle said...

Mr. McDougal: Is stalking really stalking when it's mutual?

Calzone: My love, I've waited for your voice again in a torrid heat of longing. OK, so i've not been here either. Don't be picky. The point is that we both know how to play the game. The cube is now in your smart. Don't let sex-suits cloud your scenes. Bloat it my ass-way dead flesh. I'm complete in four peices to your three. Your turn.

6/10/06 22:20  
Blogger That's Mr. McDougal, to you, punk said...

Get the fuck out of here 'zone and STOP MAKING TIME WITH MY LADY!

I thought we settled this in Provo last October.

Here, I'll remind you of the agreement:


You get busstop whores, transvestites and shitbats.

You hear me, dragon?

Shitbats. You get the shitbats.

Now take a hike, Savory Italian dish.


So, Damnsle ... let's talk about me.

Do you find back hair offensive?

What about on the bottoms of one's feet?

6/10/06 23:26  
Blogger That's Mr. McDougal, to you, punk said...

I'm just kidding, Damnsle.

I'm completely hairless.

6/10/06 23:27  
Blogger Slagothor1 said...

Then who do I get?

6/10/06 23:27  
Blogger That's Mr. McDougal, to you, punk said...

Punched in the stomach if you don't stop following me around the Internet, Mr. Othor.

6/10/06 23:28  
Blogger damnsle said...

Mr. Othor: You can have my older sister. I don't like her much.

Mr. McDougal: I don't know that I qualify as a "smart one". Shiny things impress me and I'm completely obsessed with swatch watches. I'm a twit. And I love you. Marry me.

7/10/06 07:30  

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