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  • His own son, though, right? He was protecting the child from spirits he believes can harm him. Shall we prosecute people for putting babies under water during baptisms? That's much more likely to end up drowning them than scratching some runes on a kid's back.
  • When asked why, the caller said, "Because it's a holy day" and hung up the phone. Wednesday's date was 12-12-12, a once in a century occurence.

    Huh. Much like any other date.
  • AverageAmericanGuy: His own son, though, right? He was protecting the child from spirits he believes can harm him. Shall we prosecute people for putting babies under water during baptisms? That's much more likely to end up drowning them than scratching some runes on a kid's back.



    So, you're okay with him carving a pentagram, with a box cutter, into his son's back.
     
    As for baptizing children, most churches don't immerse the child in water.  Pouring or sprinkling blessed water over the top of the child's head is the usual method. 
  • Bathia_Mapes: AverageAmericanGuy: His own son, though, right? He was protecting the child from spirits he believes can harm him. Shall we prosecute people for putting babies under water during baptisms? That's much more likely to end up drowning them than scratching some runes on a kid's back.


    So, you're okay with him carving a pentagram, with a box cutter, into his son's back.
     
    As for baptizing children, most churches don't immerse the child in water.  Pouring or sprinkling blessed water over the top of the child's head is the usual method.


    Any weirder than cutting off their foreskin because God told them to?

    Not really.
  • 12-12-12 THE NUMBER OF TWO BEASTS!
  • 12/12/12?

    Dude should have carves a hexagram, but I guess math is hard.
  • AverageAmericanGuy: Bathia_Mapes: AverageAmericanGuy: His own son, though, right? He was protecting the child from spirits he believes can harm him. Shall we prosecute people for putting babies under water during baptisms? That's much more likely to end up drowning them than scratching some runes on a kid's back.


    So, you're okay with him carving a pentagram, with a box cutter, into his son's back.
     
    As for baptizing children, most churches don't immerse the child in water.  Pouring or sprinkling blessed water over the top of the child's head is the usual method.

    Any weirder than cutting off their foreskin because God told them to?

    Not really.



    Oh yeah?

    People who circumcise have TRADITION to back up their mutilation!
  • Where is the petition to force Texas to secede?
  • This sounds like one of those stories that I really, really don't want to read for the sake of my blood pressure
  • Peter von Nostrand: This sounds like one of those stories that I really, really don't want to read for the sake of my blood pressure


    *nods in agreement*

    I hear that.
  • Amos Quito: AverageAmericanGuy: Bathia_Mapes: AverageAmericanGuy: His own son, though, right? He was protecting the child from spirits he believes can harm him. Shall we prosecute people for putting babies under water during baptisms? That's much more likely to end up drowning them than scratching some runes on a kid's back.


    So, you're okay with him carving a pentagram, with a box cutter, into his son's back.
     
    As for baptizing children, most churches don't immerse the child in water.  Pouring or sprinkling blessed water over the top of the child's head is the usual method.

    Any weirder than cutting off their foreskin because God told them to?

    Not really.


    Oh yeah?

    People who circumcise have TRADITION to back up their mutilation!


    Mutilation and unsafe traditional practices IN THE NAME OF GOD.
    It's time for this manipulative bullsh*t to go awy. No societal standards or acceptance, no tax exemptions, just go away.
  • AbbeySomeone: Amos Quito: AverageAmericanGuy: Bathia_Mapes: AverageAmericanGuy: His own son, though, right? He was protecting the child from spirits he believes can harm him. Shall we prosecute people for putting babies under water during baptisms? That's much more likely to end up drowning them than scratching some runes on a kid's back.


    So, you're okay with him carving a pentagram, with a box cutter, into his son's back.
     
    As for baptizing children, most churches don't immerse the child in water.  Pouring or sprinkling blessed water over the top of the child's head is the usual method.

    Any weirder than cutting off their foreskin because God told them to?

    Not really.


    Oh yeah?

    People who circumcise have TRADITION to back up their mutilation!

    Mutilation and unsafe traditional practices IN THE NAME OF GOD.
    It's time for this manipulative bullsh*t to go awy. No societal standards or acceptance, no tax exemptions, just go away.


    Yes, but until then are parents going to have the right to bring their kids up in their religion or not?

    How about healthcare? Or language? Or prejudice?

    The arbiter of these things being what, exactly?
  • 12/12/12 is a holy day?

    I shudder to think what this kid is going to get for Christmas.
  • Sick? Yes. "My Daddy ate my eyes" sick? No.
  • AbbeySomeone: Amos Quito: AverageAmericanGuy: Bathia_Mapes: AverageAmericanGuy: His own son, though, right? He was protecting the child from spirits he believes can harm him. Shall we prosecute people for putting babies under water during baptisms? That's much more likely to end up drowning them than scratching some runes on a kid's back.


    So, you're okay with him carving a pentagram, with a box cutter, into his son's back.
     
    As for baptizing children, most churches don't immerse the child in water.  Pouring or sprinkling blessed water over the top of the child's head is the usual method.

    Any weirder than cutting off their foreskin because God told them to?

    Not really.


    Oh yeah?

    People who circumcise have TRADITION to back up their mutilation!

    Mutilation and unsafe traditional practices IN THE NAME OF GOD.
    It's time for this manipulative bullsh*t to go awy. No societal standards or acceptance, no tax exemptions, just go away.



    If you try to make them stop, they'll blow up the Earth.
  • Well I guess that's one take on the "Getting a jump on the Pinewood Derby bonding" experience.
  • I hope he does Double Time in hell.
  • Well, the kid was six years old, so he was probably born on 6/6/6. The dad was just trying to warn us, man.
  • Amos Quito: AverageAmericanGuy: Bathia_Mapes: AverageAmericanGuy: His own son, though, right? He was protecting the child from spirits he believes can harm him. Shall we prosecute people for putting babies under water during baptisms? That's much more likely to end up drowning them than scratching some runes on a kid's back.


    So, you're okay with him carving a pentagram, with a box cutter, into his son's back.
     
    As for baptizing children, most churches don't immerse the child in water.  Pouring or sprinkling blessed water over the top of the child's head is the usual method.

    Any weirder than cutting off their foreskin because God told them to?

    Not really.


    Oh yeah?

    People who circumcise have TRADITION to back up their mutilation!


    At least the kid will have a cool scar afterwards, chicks are going to love it.

    /Came in for a circumcise comment, leaving pleased.
  • Yet another twisted motherfarker who is uberfertile.

    WTF.

    Hey God, Loving God, why do you keep letting innocent babies be born to sadistic assholes instead of loving people that want to be parents?

    You haven't answered me in years, God. You suck.
  • Ridiculously Photogenic Man carves pentagram into his 6-year old son's back because 12-12-12 is a "holy day".
  • brap: 12-12-12 THE NUMBER OF TWO BEASTS!


    Or the beast with two backs.
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