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Saturday, December 02, 2006

Ummm...Proofreader?

I was over at Debunking Christianity and saw his video from when he was on Hannity & Colmes regarding the six-ton 10 Commandment monument there.

Aside from the fucking retardedness of the thing, one bit struck me that was also commented on by many people - watch it and see if you can pick it out. Here's a small hint: it's on the monument itself....

Did you catch it? Oh man, it's too good. How do you make a six-ton monument to place outside a goddamn courthouse and not spell check the text?! Seriously, "adultry"? Oh man, if anything illuminates the stupidity and non-thinking nature of that whole movement, it's that.

hahahaha..."adultry"...too good

4 Barbaric Yawps:

At 2/12/06 8:47 pm, Blogger Stardust1954 said...

"adultry"

Priceless...stupidity preserved forever in granite! It took probably how many people to make the thing, then move it, and install it? Xians try so hard to convince themselves, don't they? Why would a town that was full of fundies need a block of granite to remind them of things they supposedly adamently believe? It's as if they are constantly trying to convince themselves more than anyone that their mythology is real.

 
At 2/12/06 9:28 pm, Blogger BigHeathenMike said...

Ain't that the truth.

 
At 3/12/06 7:24 am, Anonymous Sean Kehoe said...

Hmm, this is odd. Someone looking at that monument might get the impression that fundie religionists are.. well.. not very smart.

What a shame.

 
At 6/12/06 11:15 am, Blogger Prup (aka Jim Benton) said...

But then there's the example of Rep. Eagleton of Ga. who was invited to appear on the Colbert Report to explain why he believed the 10 Commandments should be posted in public buildings, was asked by Colbert to name them, and was able to name only 3.

 

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