666 Appears On Some Tickets For 'Passion Of The Christ': You know the fundies are having fun with this one... The number 666, which many Christians recognize as the "mark of the beast," is appearing on movie tickets for Gibson's film at a Georgia theatre, drawing complaints from some moviegoers. The machine that prints tickets assigned the number 666 as a prefix on all the tickets for the film, said Gary Smith, owner of the Movies at Berry Square in northwest Georgia. The 666 begins a series of numbers that are listed below the name of the movie, the date, time and price. "It's from our computer and it's absolutely a coincidence," Smith said. "It has nothing to do with the film company or any vendor. It's completely in our computer." LMAO...beauty.
Or, how about something you can actually use? If you see someone wearing paisley, congratulate them or their slide into demon worship. Yes, that's right, paisley is demonic, and wearing it connects you to the most evil sources. I'd love to tell you about this, but you gotta read it to believe it...man, I suddenly wish I had some paisley in my wardrobe...wait, maybe I still have that old tie...
Well, having no paisley, I'm still getting into the spirit of things. Today, I'm sporting the infamous "Satanic Black" t-shirt. For those that don't know, this is a local band in Salt Lake City, Utah, and I did a website for them, a few years ago. In gratitude, they sent me a t-shirt and a copy of their latest CD (which to this day I haven't removed from the shrink wrap, because I've heard their music, and it's utter crap). I love wearing this shirt, if only because it freaks out the overly-religious:
Yep, even the shirt is pathetic...a rip-off of the old NWO wrestling logo. BADLY done rip-off, at that.
For the record, I'm glad that "Master and Commander" snagged 2 Oscars, since it deserved them, and no I couldn't give a rat's ass about LotR. Can we move on?