telling lies makes jesus cry.

among the lies we tell to children most do not survive to adulthood:

  • mummy can’t always make things better 🙁
  • santa claus is dead. 🙁
  • simon the goldfish didn’t go to live with the other fishes in the river 🙁
  • some misconceptions do persist but this is just due to stupidity or ignorance:

  • actors are not the same in real life as the characters they play
  • gambling is a mugs game.
  • david copperfield can’t fly.
  • ignorance and stupidity are largely responsible for the prevelance of religion in many places (on satellite television or in the whitehouse) but that cannot excuse everyone. the pope is a very clever man, so is tony blair. but so what if it is good for society?
    here’s what Religion is bad mythology

    About caspar

    Caspar is just one monkey among billions. Battering his keyboard without expectations even of peanuts, let alone of aping the Immortal Bard. By day he is an infantologist at Birkbeck Babylab, by night he runs
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    1 Response to telling lies makes jesus cry.

    1. Jim Jumpsuit says:

      “When little kids ask questions like ‘Why is it raining?’, I think a cute thing to tell them is that God is crying. If they then ask something like ‘Why is God crying?’, another cute thing to tell them is ‘Probably because of something you did.'”
      -Jack Handy

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