Messages Dated September 1998
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Pagan/Wiccan/Gaian Death
See? He will reply, but he won't answer. I'm beginning to wonder if he doesn't think, like Parker, that Jesus wasn't the victim of drawn-out torture <G> Helping \/tian To Stop /\tortion Richard Smith

Fat chance of that happening Well, holy moley, Judith, it cuts it everywhere else for Steph (Jesus wasn't tortured) Parker! Next thing you know, he'll trot out the Lyndon LaRouche bit about mosquitos carrying the HIV virus Helping \/tian To Stop /\tortion Richard Smith

PA Murders
Geezuz, last time I looked, it wasn't an echo requirement! <G> <Lon Chaney Jr. voice> Did I do good, George? I baited him just like you said George. By God I did! Now can I take care of the bunnies, George? Odds are he never notices. Helping \/tian To Stop /\tortion Richard Smith

PA Murders
though really confused people think otherwise. Kewl! Sound effects! Helping \/tian To Stop /\tortion Richard Smith

This Week in HolySmoke - Part 1 of 3
Absolutely. And thanx for this again. I'd forgotten. Much Grass. Helping \/tian To Stop /\tortion Richard Smith

You know, I think you need to rent some videos or something, Dave. Or go back to looking at spider sex organs. Or something. <beg> Helping \/tian To Stop /\tortion Richard Smith

Homer & Co
Will you? Can you? Which question. Name them. And I'd like to see citations and sources. Got any? As I said, name them. And then present your sources. Argumentum ad numeram, Bob. A fallacy of the first order. To follow your line of reasoning [sic], since we have more ancient book-keeping documents than manuscripts of the New Testament (which was written later than Homer, btw MUCH later), then bean-counting documents are the #1 piece of ancient literature.

It comes, no doubt, from being culturally deprived. I haven't been this confused since I was made a turtle. Helping \/tian To Stop /\tortion Richard Smith

The Ken Kit
It looks fine to me. And I can all but hear the NAMBLA Bitch salivating right now Helping \/tian To Stop /\tortion Richard Smith

PA Murders
Well, you won't run short of laughs with Steph, that's for sure As to the former, it was even mentioned as Metropolis in the films and all the different television shows and cartoons. As to the latter, you're right. Heck, I'm right too. He seems to want to stubbornly dig into that meadow pie he just excreted. Stay tuned. Helping \/tian To Stop /\tortion Richard Smith

PA Murders
Sue! You're upsetting Steph's strawman! Good work! <G> Of course, he also believes that Christ did not die a torturous death <G> Helping \/tian To Stop /\tortion Richard Smith

Not to much, now. It can blind you. Look what it's done to her. <G> Helping \/tian To Stop /\tortion Richard Smith

True Xtian Love spoken here?
Really? I'll have to go look someday. I just get this stuff from another echo Helping \/tian To Stop /\tortion Richard Smith

PA Murders
Well I guess we'll have to agree to disagree. Other than the attention and annoyance you can call your own? <G> You mean did he ever say witch? I'll look again and I'll get back to you on it Helping \/tian To Stop /\tortion Richard Smith

Sexual Acts
Does that make you week and want to end this thread?

Sunday Skool (b)
Xianity uses a perverted version of Buddhism. They stole it from Hillel who in turn stole it from Buddhism. You really should learn more about that religion you toss around.

I, of course, took French. Can't carry on a conversation in it and can barely read it other than getting the general gist of a simple sentence. I'd heard about the "A mighty fortress...." bit. I was pretty sure on "Dummheit," but wasn't sure. <g> "Dummheit," like most other German words, sounds earthier (and so, more like a curse). I've often heard (and uttered) "stupidity" with sufficient venom to get the same sort of feeling across. --P. G. Simpson

Tour de farce.
Thing is, it wouldn't have helped, as you wrote the wrong word correctly! Did it ever get there?

Pagan/Wiccan/Gaian Death
I'd like to see your evidence for this. --P. G. Simpson

Steve Asher: Victimizer Bunny.
Not a big proponent of dispassionate discourse, are you? --P. G. Simpson