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Post by davisherm » Sat Jun 04, 2005 2:44 pm

clue, this is about as close as I could find.


Church has to be resanctified after being used to film pornography

Heh, and even though it was my comment that got us all on this track in the first place, we might want to tone it down a bit for the kids.
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Post by 2Crunchy » Sat Jun 04, 2005 5:58 pm

Szandor wrote: I like the comment made about sending e-mails preaching the word of Satan. Or maybe it could be something about a heavy metal musician from the 80's who won't be able to get into the level of Hell he wants to unless you forward the message to as many people as you can within 10 minutes of receiving it. And for every person you forward it to, the Church Of Satan will donate 6 cents. See how well the Christian community likes that. Anywho, just thought I'd drop in with that.
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Post by Ragnar » Sat Jun 11, 2005 2:32 am

Artimesblessed wrote ;

Fluffy bunny attention grabing teen Wiccans. And just WHAT do you mean by that?

Happily, or sadly depending on point of view, we can call ourselves, or describe ourselves, as what we like. The trouble is, the press are only too willing to wet themselves in excitement when they can interview a 13¾ year old “grand inter-jock strapular Magusss of the fifteenth door of the temple of the savage stick insect , (and has an interesting scar to prove it)” or something. Who claims to be an expert on everything occult, and will “admit” to “weird moon lit rituals”, involving killing and eating whole Kindergartens full of babies, or giving rise to severe panic attacks and nightmares in the local farmers sheep. The press, probably because they have seen the scar, then proceed to believe this 100%! (and PAY 100% as well).
You all will also notice that we are never allowed to put the record straight.
(Why? Because it would ruin a good story? Maybe. But the main problem is that the media, like flies on a sewage farm, jump from one thing to another so fast, that by the time you have found the right editor, the right reporter, put your complaint to them etc, the story is out of date. I.e, “old news”. Very convenient).
THAT is what is meant by Fluffybunny teenage Wiccans, those that through their naivity cause a great deal of bother for the rest.[/i]

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Post by Librarian » Sat Jun 11, 2005 3:59 pm

While I agree with your opinion about the media and their both living off of and feeding us "sound bites", I disagree with your definition of "fluffy bunnies".

I've always known them to be, regardless of religion, as those who see only "goodness and light" and not the whole picture.

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Post by Ragnar » Sun Jun 12, 2005 12:35 am

...and exactly the reason why the rest of the world treat us as a joke, and do not take us seriously when we have genuine complaints about how our kids beliefs are been treated at school, we want Jule off, or some judge rules that the kids must only learn a mainstream religeon.

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Post by dragonflydrummer » Fri Jun 17, 2005 6:04 pm

Ragnar wrote:
THAT is what is meant by Fluffybunny teenage Wiccans, those that through their naivity cause a great deal of bother for the rest.
I've been a Fluffybunny myself from time to time. No real harm done yet. :albino:
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Post by Ragnar » Mon Jun 20, 2005 1:42 pm

Aye well, I'm 44, and still got my collection of teddy bears all over the bed.
I've read a lot, if not all of your posts, dragon fly Ok, you seem responsible enough. The trouble is it's not the responsible ones that the press are interested in. These mouth pieces of christian world domination want us to look as silly as possible, if "dangerous" as well, then thats a cause of them wetting themselves in excitement for... (given the press' attention span? Minutes?), at being able to please their masters in the Vatican, or wherever.
I am not saying "don't be a "fluffy bunny", but be responsible when comunicating with the outside world. That is something we all owe to the Gods and each other.

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Kwazy Wabbit...

Post by dragonflydrummer » Thu Jun 23, 2005 6:06 am

Ragnar writes:
I am not saying "don't be a "fluffy bunny", but be responsible when comunicating with the outside world. That is something we all owe to the Gods and each other.
Yes. The range of the Pagan movement is pretty wide. We go from almost atheistic chaos magicians to devout worshippers of single entities that seem to approach monotheism -- with everything imaginable in-between. Intellectually we go from the airhead to the erudite. This diversity seems to be both our great strength and key weakness.

In terms of our critics -- they will always focus on the weakest link. And if there isn't one -- they'll invent it. I understand what you are saying about responsibilty and agree, but there will always be worshippers of Topsy, the Fluffy Bunny God -- to give plenty of sound-bytes to those who want to find a way to defame us. :albino:

Most of these "bunnies" are just young and/or naive. You sort of have to start learning somewhere. Those that credit them as spokespeople are irresponsible.
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By the way -- nice teddybear collection, dude... :lol:
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Post by Ragnar » Thu Jun 23, 2005 8:22 am

All hail to the fluffy bunny Godess.
Last head count of teddy bears was 16. Plus my wifes fluffy donkey collection, it can make life a little ... unspontaneous sometimes (if you know what I mean).
Going past "blanket stores", (you know when kids have like a garage sale?) I can not resist the lone teddy bear. Some one loved him once. So I give him/her a good caring home.
Damn, if my mates in the Angels could read this...!

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London Times headline...

Post by dragonflydrummer » Thu Jun 23, 2005 1:41 pm

Jeeez -- don't let that get out to the Media. I can see the headline now:

Viking Warrior Confesses: "I can not resist the lone teddy bear."
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Post by Ragnar » Thu Jun 23, 2005 2:44 pm

Na ja,
but I could not eat a whole one, and garlic sauce with wood chip stuffing gives me terrible wind.

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Teddy Bears....

Post by aintgottaclue » Sat Jul 30, 2005 2:39 pm

Ragnar wrote:All hail to the fluffy bunny Godess.
Last head count of teddy bears was 16. Plus my wifes fluffy donkey collection, it can make life a little ... unspontaneous sometimes (if you know what I mean).
Going past "blanket stores", (you know when kids have like a garage sale?) I can not resist the lone teddy bear. Some one loved him once. So I give him/her a good caring home.
Damn, if my mates in the Angels could read this...!
Teddy Bears???? =D> Cool!!!! :blob8:
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Post by socialgreen » Sat Jul 30, 2005 6:16 pm

Meet my bong smoking Wiccan fluffy bunny avatar. A reminder Turby is the fluffy bunny Goddess :P
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Post by Ragnar » Sat Jul 30, 2005 7:07 pm

Hmm that reminds me I must go and visit Amsterdam again.
Strange how these boards remain dormant for ages, then spring to life again.

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Post by dragonflydrummer » Sun Jul 31, 2005 12:14 pm

Ragnar wrote:
Strange how these boards remain dormant for ages, then spring to life again.
'Tis but the whim of Turby, methinks...
:albino: :albino: :albino: :bigsmurf: :albino: :albino: :albino:
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