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Shortpacked!: Easter

Shortpacked!: Easter

You might know this song better as “I’m a Slave 4 U” by Britney Spears.

Just to be sure, you are aware that the movie Noah didn't follow the Bible? As in, most of the moviescript wasn't true to the original story? I've been considering watching it so your review was really helpful, I think it would stress me out :s

I am extremely familiar with both of the Bible’s versions of the Noah story, yes.  The movie is not strictly faithful to either of them.  At times it is more faithful to Genesis’ first version version, with the Nephilim (rendered as rock creatures) and the saving two of each kind of animal instead of seven, and at times more faithful to Genesis’ second version, with its use of doves to find land instead of a raven.  

dumbingofage:

itswalky:

And don’t forget Chastity Churchmouse!

Chastity Churchmouse was namedropped in today’s Dumbing of Age, so let’s reblog this old art.
Joel Watson really really wanted her name to be “Chastity Churchfuck,” but I’m pretty sure that’s not a name that would have flown with her fictional creators.

dumbingofage:

itswalky:

And don’t forget Chastity Churchmouse!

Chastity Churchmouse was namedropped in today’s Dumbing of Age, so let’s reblog this old art.

Joel Watson really really wanted her name to be “Chastity Churchfuck,” but I’m pretty sure that’s not a name that would have flown with her fictional creators.

comicsalliance:

Religious Anti-Ninja Turtle Propaganda from the Ancient World
As it turns out, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are components of an evangelistic gospel of “outright Hinduism, occultism and humanism” that teaches children “ideals that are contrary to Christian beliefs” with subversive merchandise like “pepperoni sticks.” At least, that’s according to a group of curiously coiffed Canadian men in an early 1990s propaganda film decrying the original TMNT animated series, Vanilla Ice, Bart Simpson and other alleged evils of the ancient world.
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comicsalliance:

Religious Anti-Ninja Turtle Propaganda from the Ancient World

As it turns out, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are components of an evangelistic gospel of “outright Hinduism, occultism and humanism” that teaches children “ideals that are contrary to Christian beliefs” with subversive merchandise like “pepperoni sticks.” At least, that’s according to a group of curiously coiffed Canadian men in an early 1990s propaganda film decrying the original TMNT animated series, Vanilla IceBart Simpson and other alleged evils of the ancient world.

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he is risen

he is risen

cjthearchitect:

ALL OF MY YES.

The buffer has breached August.

The buffer has breached August.

not an appropriate use for this ruth coaster

not an appropriate use for this ruth coaster

Is there a "Where Are They Now?" with the Praise Kids and Psalty?