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This activity should include burning the computer, the cooker, the microwave..........you know, none of them are exactly "of God".
6/29/2007 3:24:45 AM
Where exactly in the bible does it say to do that then?
6/29/2007 4:00:54 AM
"Where exactly in the bible does it say to do that then?"
Ah no, you see, this is Elijah 2!
He's, like, a whole new prophet from God ready to bring down fire from the sky! In hardback!
Mind you, I'm not that against the burning of Anne Rice novels, just on grounds of taste.
6/29/2007 5:01:37 AM
There is just a little problem with all that. Ok, so, demons, vampires and the such are supernatural beings who don't obey any known rule of physics and nature. They can force you to make things you don't want to and so powerful that, with the tech we have and so on, you can't beat them. Ok, so, why is fire or a prayer going to stop them?, any logic?. If you are going to make it up, make it up completely and don't be so cheeky as to use a computer, if you believe medieval tricks.
6/29/2007 5:08:57 AM
How about "The 451 Degrees of God" award?
6/29/2007 5:34:19 AM
Fahrenheit 666 award.
6/29/2007 5:51:46 AM
Why do they assume that if someone feels a 'presence' then it must be the devil/a demon. Why couldn't it be god? Envy is a sin Elijah.
(ok, I know god doesn't exist, but I was making a point)
6/29/2007 6:13:37 AM
@Ambrielle - God doesn't hang around where vampire books are present, just like he can't be around sinners in heaven.
Fundies will tell you that with a straight face, never noticing the contradictions.
6/29/2007 7:02:47 AM
Vlad the Impaler
What? Burn Bram Stoker? Let's burn YOU!
6/29/2007 7:12:11 AM
What about werewolf books?
6/29/2007 7:18:47 AM
Anybody here see a guy with pointy teeth?
6/29/2007 7:20:14 AM
Bram Stoker would laugh at you, and then drink all your whiskey.
You're so paranoid and delusional, it's funny. Hee.
6/29/2007 8:46:37 AM
My Dear Sister: Ask yourself would you trust anyone who had a dancing banana as an icon?
6/29/2007 9:43:32 AM
Funny, I have not only read vampire books, I have also PLAYED Vampire the Masquerade.
Don't recall any demons or feeling like something was sitting on me. Just a lot of fun dressing up and pretending.
6/29/2007 1:05:15 PM
Y'know, just the other day I was reading a book about vampires and half way through, there was a heavy weight on my lap and chest and a piercing pain in my neck (well, shoulder, but it's close enough).
Then again, my dad has an attention seeking cat with sharp claws and a weird tendancy to rest on my chest even when I'm sat upright.
6/29/2007 1:28:22 PM
Burn them?? Why? Do they weigh the same as a duck?
6/29/2007 1:49:10 PM
I endorse the burning of vampire books if it will stop angsty teenagers thinking they ARE vampires.
6/29/2007 2:04:09 PM
Decoy: Just give them to me. I'll pretend to dispose of them and my "library" will be extended dramatically. Besides, what's wrong with kids believing to be vampires? You'll never see them running around during the day and you get to spray them with garlic sauce if they annoy you.
6/29/2007 2:19:37 PM
Who would've thought a fundementalist would take a work of fiction so seriously?
Especially one full of nonsense based around people coming back from the dead.
6/29/2007 2:35:32 PM
The burning, or destruction, of books tops my list of "Worst Possible Things to Do in 2007".
...but wouldn't it be great if the same books they've burned get a free ticket to their Heaven :P
6/29/2007 5:10:12 PM
6/29/2007 7:15:23 PM
My french teacher used said
"Every times you burn a book, whatever it is, the liberty cries a tear"
with peolple like you poor liberty would cry a river...
6/29/2007 9:01:52 PM
How can you say to burn books?
This makes me cry irl =(
6/29/2007 9:17:43 PM
Would these books be burned before or after the heretics are burned at the stake, anyway?
6/30/2007 2:57:37 AM
Fahrenheit 451 Award?
6/30/2007 6:24:45 AM
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