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Started by Tom Sarbeck. Last reply by Chris Jun 24.
Donald Trump, because there is no god.
Started by Mrs.B. Last reply by Mrs.B Aug 23, 2018.
In the news…Continue
Started by Mrs.B. Last reply by Mrs.B Feb 26, 2017.
Started by A Former Member. Last reply by Chris Nov 5, 2016.
Post your favorite stand-up comedian skits here. No limits on content, but if it is NSFW please say so. I like the old-timers. Here's a Phyllis Diller impersonator. Continue
Tags: humor, comedians, stand-up, comedy
Well he's right there in the thick of them.
It's funny how many racists use that term, isn't it?
Sure, tell us another one.........
I didn't learn much, as I just didn't pay attention to most of it. I was just too bored & couldn't wait for the damn meetings to be over so I could get out. They may have forced my body into church, but my mind was not there.
I think that's why I like Mr Deity so much his personal experiences of the Mormon church are told in a truly unique way. I think humour is a great weapon against the pomposity of the church service.
Look at this picture of Jesus arriving in North America to preach to the Native Americans
Central to the Mormon beliefs is the Book of Abraham. The claim made by Joseph Smith was that he translated ancient Egyptian parchments to write the book. The problem is nothing that Smith claims he translated, from what Mormons call “the papyri,” stands up to scrutiny by Egyptologists. The famous papyri he supposedly translated, are remnants of the famous Book of the Dead, written 2,000 years after Abraham’s life.
Nope, wasn't interested in finding any of it out.....even in church my mind was elsewhere.
I remember being at a cousin's wedding, & we weren't allowed in to the temple for them to get ''sealed''. I thought that was crap. I think I was about 7 or thereabouts, & didn't yet know you had to qualify to get in there..
In one way that's a shame Mrs.B, you could have told us about the weird and wonderful things in the service of the Mormon liturgy mainly weird
I never got to the temple with the exception of visiting the outside, as my grandparents lived in Cardston Alberta, where its located, & grandfather was on building crew back in the day. I was never the least bit interested in trying to get there.
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