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Otherwise, I might be tempted to link to this.
What's with this headline hucksterism? Is this some kind of Halloween trick?
First of all, Pat Robertson isn't important. Just ignore him.
Second, why on earth would you link to that fraud Barry Lynn? Robertson might be a boob, but Lynn is an even bigger boob. He's only slightly more relevant than Robertson. Idiocy!
Now, if you will excuse me, I am going to return to my preparations for tonight's black mass.
Well, I have spent a long time trying to be more relevant than Robertson. Thanks for conceding that at least.
he is not important.
The very idea of demonically-possessed candy is absolutely wonderful. It would explain a lot about America, too.
...I saw Oingo Boingo performing live on the 700 Club.
CBN website. the "demonic candy" article, linked by the article referenced above, can't be found, but here's one that showed up at the top of the list after I search for "Halloween candy' on the CBN site:
"the question remains: What do we do? I agree with other writers on this site that Halloween has its benefits and banning the holiday – whether mentally or literally – is like throwing the baby out with the bath water.
As suggested, it is a great opportunity to get to know your neighbors. What other season brings total strangers to your doorstep? You can use this “non-holiday” as a way to meet new faces in your neighborhood. You may plant seeds or form a friendship that leads to more in the future. They certainly won’t get to know you from behind closed doors.
I think Halloween is as harmful as you make it. There are those who use this night as a reason to do séances and commit random acts of mischief. However, the idea that the devil is running amok through the streets of your town especially on Halloween night is rooted in fear. And we as Christians don’t operate in that. If we’re victorious in Christ, surely that grace extends through the month of October.
With the ipods, palm pilots, and hand-held video gaming systems, we don’t need another reason to disengage from the world. So if you’re scared that passing out candy is inviting Satan into your home, I’ve got news for you. Jesus reigns! He’s alive and well 365 days of the year and has made us more than conquerors. So let’s show our neighbors the fearless side of faith. After all, how can we be a light if we refuse to go into the darkness?"
seemed like a pleasant little town. Who knew there were 122 registered sex offenders for neighbors? Who know it reflected many places throughout this increasingly sick land?
Also? Do you know where your candy is made? Do you know what is in it?
"Also? Do you know where your candy is made? Do you know what is in it?"
Much of it is made in Pennsylvania and Illinois. Some of it isn't. Most of it is loaded with corn syrup and sugar, often in that order, but sometimes the other way around. Lots of other crap, too, of which you shouldn't eat too much.
Laced with black magic, however? Doubtful.