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Postby acsguitar » Wed Feb 22, 2006 6:16 pm

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_Simulacrum_ wrote:You guys better hurry up and repent... unless you want to be Left Behind X-I


UGH! Just proves that bad writing, meiocre storytelling and good, wholesome, Christian marketing can turn a horrible series of books into super best sellers. The people who read that garbage are the ones who think Harry Potter books should be banned...

"No, I don't care if millions of children are reading again, it's EVIL!!! Now kids, read this garbage..." <hands child copy of Tribulation Force, child cries>


Dude burning books wasn't ever done by anyone that didn't have good intentions
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Postby Red Stripe » Wed Feb 22, 2006 6:20 pm

Ya it does remind of that cultish Left Behind series written by those crazy Southern Baptists
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Postby Thursday » Wed Feb 22, 2006 6:27 pm

Red Stripe wrote:Ya it does remind of that cultish Left Behind series written by those crazy Southern Baptists


Funny you mention those... I actually read those and enjoyed them. I just treated it as a fun story, tho. :*)
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Postby Madison » Wed Feb 22, 2006 6:27 pm

Daulton is nuts. :-b

I read the first book in the Left Behind series and thought the storyline was interesting. Someone bought it for me as a gift, but I just couldn't see paying out $16.99 X 10 more books or so, to finish the series. I thought the first book was ok, but I didn't like it that much. :-b
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Postby acsguitar » Wed Feb 22, 2006 6:29 pm

Madison wrote:Daulton is nuts. :-b

I read the first book in the Left Behind series and thought the storyline was interesting. Someone bought it for me as a gift, but I just couldn't see paying out $16.99 X 10 more books or so, to finish the series. I thought the first book was ok, but I didn't like it that much. :-b


are the books about bowling or something?
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Postby Madison » Wed Feb 22, 2006 6:34 pm

acsguitar wrote:
Madison wrote:Daulton is nuts. :-b

I read the first book in the Left Behind series and thought the storyline was interesting. Someone bought it for me as a gift, but I just couldn't see paying out $16.99 X 10 more books or so, to finish the series. I thought the first book was ok, but I didn't like it that much. :-b


are the books about bowling or something?


Not in the slightest. It's a religious book, which is something the person who bought it for me didn't tell me ahead of time. :-b
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Postby Coppermine » Wed Feb 22, 2006 7:30 pm

Madison wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
Madison wrote:Daulton is nuts. :-b

I read the first book in the Left Behind series and thought the storyline was interesting. Someone bought it for me as a gift, but I just couldn't see paying out $16.99 X 10 more books or so, to finish the series. I thought the first book was ok, but I didn't like it that much. :-b


are the books about bowling or something?


Not in the slightest. It's a religious book, which is something the person who bought it for me didn't tell me ahead of time. :-b


OK, get this... I read the first 3 or 4 books, i don't know which; but, here's the story.

I'm catholic. In fact, you could call me a "barely practicing" catholic. OK, scratch all that, I'm agnostic. So you can imagine my predicament in college when I started dating this smokin' Baptist chick. It was crazy. I pretended I was semi-religious at least, but she kept telling me I was going to hell just for being Catholic. Seriously, she made it her personal mission to have me "accept Jesus Christ as my personal Lord and Savior." Or whatever. Anyway, I kind of went along with it because I thought I could get her to put out... she wouldn't, but let me tell you, she made it worth my while enough that I was willing to stick it out. I figured I could go all the way with her, but then i was afraid she's insist we get married so make up for our sins or some sh--.... anyway. I started reading this Left Behind series to get a better idea of where her crazy Baptist-ism was coming from.

OK, so long story short... it came down to me choosing between being a Baptist like her or the highway. I picked the highway... almost specifically because I thought the left behind books were trash. And because she still wouldn't put out.

But the 6 months of Baptist BJ's made it ALLLLL worth it.

;-D ;-D
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Postby acsguitar » Wed Feb 22, 2006 7:32 pm

Coppermine wrote:
Madison wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
Madison wrote:Daulton is nuts. :-b

I read the first book in the Left Behind series and thought the storyline was interesting. Someone bought it for me as a gift, but I just couldn't see paying out $16.99 X 10 more books or so, to finish the series. I thought the first book was ok, but I didn't like it that much. :-b


are the books about bowling or something?


Not in the slightest. It's a religious book, which is something the person who bought it for me didn't tell me ahead of time. :-b


OK, get this... I read the first 3 or 4 books, i don't know which; but, here's the story.

I'm catholic. In fact, you could call me a "barely practicing" catholic. OK, scratch all that, I'm agnostic. So you can imagine my predicament in college when I started dating this smokin' Baptist chick. It was crazy. I pretended I was semi-religious at least, but she kept telling me I was going to hell just for being Catholic. Seriously, she made it her personal mission to have me "accept Jesus Christ as my personal Lord and Savior." Or whatever. Anyway, I kind of went along with it because I thought I could get her to put out... she wouldn't, but let me tell you, she made it worth my while enough that I was willing to stick it out. I figured I could go all the way with her, but then i was afraid she's insist we get married so make up for our sins or some sh--.... anyway. I started reading this Left Behind series to get a better idea of where her crazy Baptist-ism was coming from.

OK, so long story short... it came down to me choosing between being a Baptist like her or the highway. I picked the highway... almost specifically because I thought the left behind books were trash. And because she still wouldn't put out.

But the 6 months of Baptist BJ's made it ALLLLL worth it.

;-D ;-D


hahahaha...Awesome...anyways i'd recommend your remove the derogatory references to baptists before you cause an explosion. But other then that that was hilarious
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Postby Madison » Wed Feb 22, 2006 7:34 pm

Coppermine wrote:
Madison wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
Madison wrote:Daulton is nuts. :-b

I read the first book in the Left Behind series and thought the storyline was interesting. Someone bought it for me as a gift, but I just couldn't see paying out $16.99 X 10 more books or so, to finish the series. I thought the first book was ok, but I didn't like it that much. :-b


are the books about bowling or something?


Not in the slightest. It's a religious book, which is something the person who bought it for me didn't tell me ahead of time. :-b


OK, get this... I read the first 3 or 4 books, i don't know which; but, here's the story.

I'm catholic. In fact, you could call me a "barely practicing" catholic. OK, scratch all that, I'm agnostic. So you can imagine my predicament in college when I started dating this smokin' Baptist chick. It was crazy. I pretended I was semi-religious at least, but she kept telling me I was going to hell just for being Catholic. Seriously, she made it her personal mission to have me "accept Jesus Christ as my personal Lord and Savior." Or whatever. Anyway, I kind of went along with it because I thought I could get her to put out... she wouldn't, but let me tell you, she made it worth my while enough that I was willing to stick it out. I figured I could go all the way with her, but then i was afraid she's insist we get married so make up for our sins or some sh--.... anyway. I started reading this Left Behind series to get a better idea of where her crazy Baptist-ism was coming from.

OK, so long story short... it came down to me choosing between being a Baptist like her or the highway. I picked the highway... almost specifically because I thought the left behind books were trash. And because she still wouldn't put out.

But the 6 months of Baptist BJ's made it ALLLLL worth it.

;-D ;-D


Now that's a great story. :-b

I actually read book 1 of my own free will. :-o
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Postby Red Stripe » Wed Feb 22, 2006 7:35 pm

Coppermine wrote:
Madison wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
Madison wrote:Daulton is nuts. :-b

I read the first book in the Left Behind series and thought the storyline was interesting. Someone bought it for me as a gift, but I just couldn't see paying out $16.99 X 10 more books or so, to finish the series. I thought the first book was ok, but I didn't like it that much. :-b


are the books about bowling or something?


Not in the slightest. It's a religious book, which is something the person who bought it for me didn't tell me ahead of time. :-b


OK, get this... I read the first 3 or 4 books, i don't know which; but, here's the story.

I'm catholic. In fact, you could call me a "barely practicing" catholic. OK, scratch all that, I'm agnostic. So you can imagine my predicament in college when I started dating this smokin' Baptist chick. It was crazy. I pretended I was semi-religious at least, but she kept telling me I was going to hell just for being Catholic. Seriously, she made it her personal mission to have me "accept Jesus Christ as my personal Lord and Savior." Or whatever. Anyway, I kind of went along with it because I thought I could get her to put out... she wouldn't, but let me tell you, she made it worth my while enough that I was willing to stick it out. I figured I could go all the way with her, but then i was afraid she's insist we get married so make up for our sins or some sh--.... anyway. I started reading this Left Behind series to get a better idea of where her crazy Baptist-ism was coming from.

OK, so long story short... it came down to me choosing between being a Baptist like her or the highway. I picked the highway... almost specifically because I thought the left behind books were trash. And because she still wouldn't put out.

But the 6 months of Baptist BJ's made it ALLLLL worth it.

;-D ;-D


Lol great story ;-D near the end of it you should've tried some desperation act like if she puts out you'll convert to a baptist and THEN hit the highway. ;-D
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