Skip to comments.How To Celebrate Ramadan? Try BACON VODKA
Posted on 08/01/2011 1:55:14 AM PDT by LyinLibs
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I have no financial connection to this Bacon-flavored vodka, but it sends a message to President Omoslem, and his buddies in the Moslem Brotherhood, that we intend to enjoy bacon.
This Ramadan, will Omoslem take 4 one-week vacations, back to back, to cover the entire month of Ramadan.... just like he did during Ramadan 2010?
We shall see. In the meantime, kick back and pour yourself a cool shot of Bacon Vodka.
What better way to celebrate Ramadan than by drinking bacon flavored vodka while watching epic meal time on YouTube?
Step Two. Locate Mecca, Saudi Arabia on a globe respective to your location.
Step Three. Positions one's rear area directly facing the "holy of holies", where the Prophet (pig's urine be upon him = PUBH), is said to have asscended to hell.
Step Four. Let loose with a barn burner, a four alarm gas attack, a cheek warbler, a room-clearer.
Step Five. Don't forget "Allah Ahkbar" and repeat as necessary for the next 30 days.
I guess it solves the problem of people who get drunk and head to go to Waffle House for breakfast at midnight.
You could also pray for all the people who work as corrections officers.
My dad, my ex, my current hubby and most of my male kin worked at the local state prison complex.
“RamaRiot” was the time of year you were most likely to be killed while doing your job.
This is the most dangerous time for all prison staff due to “the religion of peace” freaks going berserk.
“How To Celebrate Ramadan?”
Chilli’s baby back ribs and Shiner Bock?
As a Christian, I think there’s a little thing in Eph:4:2 that would kind of get in the way of mocking another person’s faith.
Ephesians 4 is about Unity and maturity within the body of Christ. Is is about how Christians are to treat one another. 2 reads, Be completely humble and gentle, be patient, bearing with one another in love. 3. Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace. Go on to verse 4. There is one body and one spirit, Just as you were called to one hope when you were called; one Lord, one faith, one baptism; one God and Father of all........ There verses do no enjoin one to accept nor to celebrate other gods.
Do you think Paul is addressing everyone or Christians when he says we should humbly bear with each other? Are you saying Muslims share in the unity of the Spirit? I think they are due love as fellow human beings, deluded as they may be, but I don’t think Paul was speaking to everyone, believers and unbelievers, when he admonished the Christians in Ephesus to bear with each other.
I’ll say forthrightly that Islam is an abomination. What better way for Satan to pervert Christianity than to have one of his minions synthesize a new religion, Islam, out of Christianity and Judaism? Muslims think Christ was a nice guy, maybe even a prophet, but they deny He was the Son of God. What does scripture say about that?
See Post #10. I think we see eye to eye on this one. Do I think Christians should burn the Koran, drink bacon vodka while farting in the general direction of Mecca, or otherwise ridicule Islam? Not really, but I don’t think we should pussyfoot around Muslims either.
In my opinion, Christ wasn’t just a prophet. Christ said He was the way, the truth, and the life, and no one can come to the Father except through Christ. There’s not a lot of wiggle room there. He was either a madman or the Son of God. If it’s the latter, then there’s only one way to salvation, and we’d be wise to follow it. If it’s the former, then one might as well ignore everything in the Bible.
Bacon Vodka ping.
I’m not sure about this...
Eph:4 can in a way, also be applied to people who aren’t in the body of Christ. Also, you have to remember, this is the WorldWideWeb. There is probably some fundamentalist out there who is copying and pasting each and every one of our posts and using it to rile up the fundamentalists in their country. I’m not crazy about Islam either and I think it’s a religion in a dire need of a reformation. I also think its leaders need to own up to the militant wing’s atrocities instead of tu quoqueing themselves to the west. But this is just outright disrespectful.
BTW, on a lighter note; Ramadan’s in the summer this year... Maybe if they realize how silly and anachronistic their religion is when they’re starving and they can’t pick up the fork and pita bread until around 8PM while their stomachs are growling during the long summer days, they’ll start questioning their religion.
And on the even less serious side, there’s a side benefit to a summer Ramadan. I can go to the local Middle Eastern restaurant and get good deals on falafel mix since they have to depend on infidel money to keep their businesses afloat.
God bless capitalism and free thought.
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