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#18 - anon
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** * -AND *-SO *-JESUS * -ACSENDED * -INTO * -THE * -HEAVENS * -AS * -THE * -NEW * -LORD * -AND * -SAVIOR * -OF * -OUR * -WORLD. * -HE * -IS * -LOVED * -BY * -ALL * -AND * -YOU * -SHALL * -LOVE * -HIM * -TOO, * -FOR * -NOT * -LOVING * -HIM * -SHALL * -MEAN * -SIN, * -AND * -FOR * -SINNING * -MEANS * -BURNING * -IN * -HELL.
* -ACCEPT * -JESUS * -FOR * -NOT * -WHO * -HE * -IS * -NOT, * -BUT * -FOR * -WHO * -HE * -IS. * -FOR * -HE * -IS * -OUR * -LORD * -AND * -SAVIOR, * -OUR * -ETERNAL * -CHRIST * -AND * -LOVING * -FATHER.
* -JESUS * -IS * -THE * -TRUE * -LORD, * -NOT * -ALLAH, * -FOR * -HE * -IS * -THE * -FALSE * -GOD * -OF * -THE * -ARABS, * -AND * -THE * -ARABS * -ARE * -THE * -FORSAKEN * -SINNERS * -OF * -THE * -DESERT. * -LET * -THEM * -BURN * -IN * -HELL * -FOR * -ALL * -ETERNITY.**
#45 to #18 - TheFixer ONLINE
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(02/25/2013) [-]
now you're just making the true religious people look bad. **** off anon.
#76 to #18 - XboxJunky
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(02/25/2013) [-]
Dude, I'm Catholic but you're just ******* annoying.
#64 to #18 - sagen
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#32 - teoferrazzi
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(02/25/2013) [-]
so wine is gay?
******* america. you think your Miller Lite is masculine.
retards.
#33 to #32 - anon
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(02/25/2013) [-]
>Doesn't get the joke.
>Calls all Americans retarded.
#34 to #33 - teoferrazzi
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(02/25/2013) [-]
I get the joke.
but it plays on certain accepted cultural premises, namely that wine is gay, or else that wouldn't be included in the joke.
so shut the **** up.
#65 to #34 - ivoryhammer
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(02/25/2013) [-]
Wine isn't gay, nobody said it was, he's talking about the church calling the wine "The Blood of Christ". Pay attention.
#35 to #34 - anon
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(02/25/2013) [-]
Except that isn't the joke. They serve wine (which is why it's mentioned) and bread at churches, which are supposed to be the blood and flesh of jesus. Put bread (flesh of a man) in your mouth...that's the joke.
#36 to #35 - teoferrazzi
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The joke is this ritual has gay undertones. and wine is included because americans think wine is gay.
that part of the joke falls flat for me because I'm not an american and I haven't been brainwashed like that.
#42 to #36 - psychfouronenine
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(02/25/2013) [-]
I have not seen a better time to use this in all of my time here.
#49 to #42 - mrbuu
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(02/25/2013) [-]
I think he isn't that sutpid (hope). so, there might possibly be better opertunities
#75 to #49 - infamoustrapper
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(02/25/2013) [-]
he isnt stupid. hes dense. there is a difference.
#84 to #42 - teoferrazzi
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I have not changed my mind. your country has been subjected to a mass campaign promoting the idea that watered-down beer makes you manly, while fruity, french wine is for faggots. it's blue-collar ignorance by people who call themselves 'genuine' and 'down to earth'.

**** america
#86 to #84 - psychfouronenine
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The ****? Did you get your views on America from watching Top Gear/Trailer Park Boys? You don't know a ******* thing about this place.
The ****? Did you get your views on America from watching Top Gear/Trailer Park Boys? You don't know a ******* thing about this place.
#47 to #36 - hewhoepicfails
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If there was a brand new English word in the dictionary describing extreme stupidity, you would be the picture.
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#51 to #36 - chuckbillrow
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(02/25/2013) [-]
i dont think any Americans think wine is gay it is special occasion alcohol here we tend to drink it on things like anniversaries and holidays and we dont think those things are gay
#50 to #36 - noopinion
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(02/25/2013) [-]
Wine represents getting drunk and literally taking a cock in the mouth you cheeky ****, not everything is about Europeans.

And wine is amazing.
#41 to #36 - bigrog
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first off you obviously don't know **** about american culture, second the reason wine is included is because he is suggesting you need to get drunk to take the flesh. Please don't spread your retardation on this site.
#39 to #36 - anon
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Um.... no? Wine is not considered gay by Americans. It's considered a mellow, sophisticated drink. It's not something a lot of people party with, but it ranks up there with aged brandy and such. Where are you getting your information on American culture?
#37 to #36 - anon
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(02/25/2013) [-]
Wine is included because it's the part that happens right before eating bread. Also, I've never heard anyone say they think wine is gay.
#44 to #32 - TheFixer ONLINE
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(02/25/2013) [-]
you should have stopped while you where ahead.
#60 to #32 - buttinspecter
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(02/25/2013) [-]
"I love that wine we had last night."
"The Pinot?"
"I love your Pino."
#74 to #32 - ButtonFly
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(02/25/2013) [-]
Americans don't think wine is gay.
I do know a great many people that consider it to be a drink reserved for romantic occasions. That's probably what he was playing on more.
#3 - karlthemarxist **User deleted account**
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#1 - teranin ONLINE
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#69 - payseht
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#24 - Ruspanic
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It's funny because Colbert is a Catholic.
It's funny because Colbert is a Catholic.
#77 to #24 - XboxJunky
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(02/25/2013) [-]
Is he?
#87 to #77 - Ruspanic
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yes
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#13 to #8 - kayen
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........ If you're catholic yes... You've also been following the words of a Sith Lord...
#17 to #8 - trickytrickster
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Your thought process stems for a drastic misunderstanding of the meaning of substance in the Catholic Church. Stephen Colbert, a devout Catholic, was simply making a joke, he knows better himself.
#43 to #17 - aldheim
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(02/25/2013) [-]
Correct me if I'm wrong, but if you ignore the fact that it's metaphorical, isn't mager spot on?
#46 to #43 - TheFixer ONLINE
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how do you ignore the fact that its metaphorical? what are you stupid? that like me saying hey let me just ignore the fact that gravity holds me to earth so that i can fly. thats how smart you look.
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#90 to #89 - TheFixer ONLINE
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(02/26/2013) [-]
okay that amounted to nothing but an attempt at an insult towards me. good job jimmy you get a gold star and we'll be handing out the glue (that you're not suppose to eat but you do) in a moment; until then continue to lick the window.
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#4 - tootsieroll
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(02/25/2013) [-]
Only if you are Catholic. I am Christian and we don't eat the bread and drink the wine. We don't kneel in church either.
#11 to #4 - svulfie
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"I'm not Catholic. I'm a Christian." is like being from California and saying "I'm not a Texan. I'm an American."

Just saying.
#19 to #11 - tootsieroll
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There are different denominations of Christianity, such as Baptist, Methodist, Lutheran, etc. Not all denominations practice the same things. I, myself, am non-denominational. We don't have communion like the people that follow Catholicism.
#20 to #19 - gammajk ONLINE
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Then don't say "christian", say "non-denominational". It's exactly the same thing as the example he used.
#22 to #20 - tootsieroll
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But it is a type of Christianity and if I were to tell someone I am non-denominational, I feel like some people would have no idea what that means, so it is just easier to say I am a Christian.
#23 to #22 - gammajk ONLINE
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Again, it's the texan and american example.
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#85 to #25 - gammajk ONLINE
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Do I really need to lay this out for you?
Texan - A part of America
California - A part of America
America - The entire country
Somebody asks the Californian if he is from Texas. He says, "No, I am from America".

Catholic - A part of christianity
Non-denominational - A part of christianity
Christianity - The entire religion
Somebody asks the non-denominational if he is a catholic. He says, "No, I am a Christian".
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#28 to #19 - verby
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but some denominations outside of catholicism have communion
#7 to #4 - anon
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then u aren't christian just some hybid faggot
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#2 - finni
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#12 to #2 - sagedivinity
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What did Legolas actually give him? This is bothering the crap out of me.
#15 to #12 - kayen
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It's the necklace that he got from his elf GF but dropped when he was thrown down into water and stuff.
#16 to #15 - sagedivinity
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I thought so thank you.
#70 to #16 - anon
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Lies
#6 - elise
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i thought that was a catholic thing? And anyway, bashing others beliefs (no matter how unreasonable) doesn't do anything but make the discriminator look hateful. I know from experience what makes ignorant judgmental christians most ashamed is when they are forced to see their cruelty in comparison to another's compassion.
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#27 to #10 - verby
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That's right. It's called transubstantiation
#14 to #10 - kayen
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This is how Catholics believe yes, I read it in my religion book when I had Religion in school.
#26 to #6 - stallwallwriter
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Yes, he is catholic, and one of the things that makes his show so great is the fact that he's even able to see the humour in his own faith.
Humour - when gentle and true - is another great way of helping people to understand the other side of an argument.
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