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    Re: Religious family abandons U.S., gets lost at sea

    Quote Originally Posted by Risky Thicket View Post
    Jesús está en Tijuana!


    The best part is when he puts the beer over his head at the shrine then he "cracks" it...

    "a beer"

    "Jesus"

    "haaaaayyyy I left my wallet at the house."

    "I don't speak Spanish"
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    Re: Religious family abandons U.S., gets lost at sea

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Nick View Post
    The best part is when he puts the beer over his head at the shrine then he "cracks" it...

    "a beer"

    "Jesus"

    "haaaaayyyy I left my wallet at the house."

    "I don't speak Spanish"
    Absolutely! It is a great movie. Of course you realize that you and I may be the only people here who think so.

    Here you go.










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    Re: Religious family abandons U.S., gets lost at sea

    Quote Originally Posted by Crosscheck View Post
    I am upset I am forced to pay taxes to help rescue fools and bring them back to the US.

    Religious family abandons U.S., gets lost at sea - CBS News
    LMAO

    morons

    how hypocritical that they accepted the US's help
    also funny how facts disagree with their asinine views
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    Re: Religious family abandons U.S., gets lost at sea

    Quote Originally Posted by Risky Thicket View Post
    Absolutely! It is a great movie. Of course you realize that you and I may be the only people here who think so.

    Here you go.
    Cheech's name is Rudy right?

    Funny movie....

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    Re: Religious family abandons U.S., gets lost at sea

    Quote Originally Posted by Risky Thicket View Post
    Absolutely! It is a great movie. Of course you realize that you and I may be the only people here who think so.

    Here you go.

    That is the funniest part of any movie ...

    Paul Rodriguez is like: "Jeezzzuuussss" with a beer above his head ahahahahahaha

    It shows the painting of Jesus...

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    Re: Religious family abandons U.S., gets lost at sea

    Quote Originally Posted by trfjr View Post
    this great nation was started by people just like them leaving a country they felt persecuted in to start a new life somewhere else. they risked their lives and that of their family and many did die. We even have a national holiday in their honor. So be care what you criticize
    OMG. You REALLY went THERE? Like their experience is anything at all like the real persecution the people who left England were experiencing. These pampered, fully enfranchised cry - babies don't even know what the meaning of the word persecution is. Dear god in heaven, you almost make me want to pray for our spoiled, ignorant populace, and I am an atheist.

    You do realize that people were imprisoned and executed for religious differences in early modern England, right?
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    Re: Religious family abandons U.S., gets lost at sea

    Quote Originally Posted by Crosscheck View Post
    I am upset I am forced to pay taxes to help rescue fools and bring them back to the US.

    Religious family abandons U.S., gets lost at sea - CBS News
    I guess God wants them back to the place where there is no religion then?
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    Re: Religious family abandons U.S., gets lost at sea

    Quote Originally Posted by Paschendale View Post
    I guess all that praying they did on the ocean didn't help much, huh?

    It's like that old joke:

    One day it began to rain very heavily. It kept raining and a big flood came.
    The man climbed up on the roof of his house, and knew that he would be ok. God would protect him.

    It kept raining and now the water had reached his waist. A boat came by and a guy in the boat said: “Hey, jump in. We will take you with us”.
    “No thanks”, said the man. “I’m a firm believer in God. He will rescue me”. He sent the boat away.

    It kept on raining and now the water had reached his neck. Another boat came by and a guy in the boat said: “You look like you could need some help. Jump in and we will take you with us”.
    “No”, said the man. “I’m a firm believer in God. He will rescue me. Don’t worry about me”. The boat sailed away.

    It still rained and the water now reached his mouth. A helicopter came by and a guy in the helicopter threw down a rope and said: “Hi there my friend. Climb up. We will rescue you”.
    “No”, said the man. “I’m a firm believer in God. He will rescue me. I know he will”. The helicopter flew away.

    It kept on raining, and finally the man drowned.

    When the man died, he went to heaven. When entering Heaven, he had an interview with God.
    After giving a polite greeting and sitting down, the man asked: “Where were you. I waited and waited. I was sure you would rescue me, as I have been a firm believer all my life, and have only done good to others. So where were you when I needed you?”

    God scratched his confused looking face and answered: “I don’t get it either. I sent you two boats and a helicopter”.

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    Re: Religious family abandons U.S., gets lost at sea

    Quote Originally Posted by jmotivator View Post
    It's like that old joke:

    One day it began to rain very heavily. It kept raining and a big flood came.
    The man climbed up on the roof of his house, and knew that he would be ok. God would protect him.

    It kept raining and now the water had reached his waist. A boat came by and a guy in the boat said: “Hey, jump in. We will take you with us”.
    “No thanks”, said the man. “I’m a firm believer in God. He will rescue me”. He sent the boat away.

    It kept on raining and now the water had reached his neck. Another boat came by and a guy in the boat said: “You look like you could need some help. Jump in and we will take you with us”.
    “No”, said the man. “I’m a firm believer in God. He will rescue me. Don’t worry about me”. The boat sailed away.

    It still rained and the water now reached his mouth. A helicopter came by and a guy in the helicopter threw down a rope and said: “Hi there my friend. Climb up. We will rescue you”.
    “No”, said the man. “I’m a firm believer in God. He will rescue me. I know he will”. The helicopter flew away.

    It kept on raining, and finally the man drowned.

    When the man died, he went to heaven. When entering Heaven, he had an interview with God.
    After giving a polite greeting and sitting down, the man asked: “Where were you. I waited and waited. I was sure you would rescue me, as I have been a firm believer all my life, and have only done good to others. So where were you when I needed you?”

    God scratched his confused looking face and answered: “I don’t get it either. I sent you two boats and a helicopter”.
    I actually almost related that story to someone yesterday because it just happened to fit really well. Sadly, I couldn't make myself care that much so I shrugged and walked away instead.
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    Re: Religious family abandons U.S., gets lost at sea

    Oh the rich metaphor of creationists getting lost at sea on foundering upon the cruel factuality of the ocean.

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