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Is this Halloween theme "insensitive" to religious types?
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Especially if they are "off their meds."
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10-12-2018 12:48 AM

 




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RE: Is this Halloween theme "insensitive" to religious types?
Can the religious sub forum have corn husks and pumpkins instead
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RE: Is this Halloween theme "insensitive" to religious types?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-12-2018 12:48 AM)
Can the religious sub forum have corn husks and pumpkins instead

Thats Thanksgiving, not Halloween.
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RE: Is this Halloween theme "insensitive" to religious types?
I have an answer that will deal with any complaining

1. Who gives a sh*t
2. Who gives a f*#k

They can decide which they think deals with their complaint better

Sous les pavés, la plage
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RE: Is this Halloween theme "insensitive" to religious types?
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Can the religious sub forum have corn husks and pumpkins instead

Thats Thanksgiving, not Halloween.

But Satan is evil
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RE: Is this Halloween theme "insensitive" to religious types?
I think it should be covered in devils all year .
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RE: Is this Halloween theme "insensitive" to religious types?
Soul.  Wrote: (10-12-2018 12:49 AM)
I have an answer that will deal with any complaining

1. Who gives a sh*t
2. Who gives a f*#k

They can decide which they think deals with their complaint better

Do you really consider that to be "sensitive?"
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RE: Is this Halloween theme "insensitive" to religious types?
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Soul.  Wrote: (10-12-2018 12:49 AM)
I have an answer that will deal with any complaining

1. Who gives a sh*t
2. Who gives a f*#k

They can decide which they think deals with their complaint better

Do you really consider that to be "sensitive?"

Pick one

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RE: Is this Halloween theme "insensitive" to religious types?
God hates religion.

God mocks religion.


Mark 7:8-10 King James Version (KJV)

8 For laying aside the commandment of God, ye hold the tradition of men, as the washing of pots and cups: and many other such like things ye do.

9 And he said unto them, Full well ye reject the commandment of God, that ye may keep your own tradition.

He gonna throw Jorge into the lake.
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RE: Is this Halloween theme "insensitive" to religious types?
If people are offended or think the theme is too busy they could temporarily switch to LOP's dark theme.. member's only though..

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RE: Is this Halloween theme "insensitive" to religious types?
Disturbed  Wrote: (10-12-2018 12:54 AM)
If people are offended or think the theme is too busy they could temporarily switch to LOP's dark theme.. member's only though..

I was joking Disturbed

It’s awesome hahalol
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RE: Is this Halloween theme "insensitive" to religious types?
Disturbed  Wrote: (10-12-2018 12:54 AM)
If people are offended or think the theme is too busy they could temporarily switch to LOP's dark theme.. member's only though..

But what if they want to switch to a "light" theme? chuckle
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RE: Is this Halloween theme "insensitive" to religious types?
Why would it be "insensitive" to religious people? November 1st is All Souls' Day (in Latin America, Day of the Dead). It's a day to honor your ancestors that have passed on. For Pagans, it's Samhain (Sow-en). It marks the harvest and the turning of the season to the darker, colder months.

The history of Hallowe'en is interesting. You should check it out.
Personally, I'd really like to see a turnip big enough to make a candle lamp out of.

I'm a believer in Jesus Christ, btw. When I was a kid, some of the best Hallowe'en parties were at my Sunday School teacher's house. (Maybe you're thinking of dispensationalists. They get all bent out of shape over Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny, too.)
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RE: Is this Halloween theme "insensitive" to religious types?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-12-2018 01:19 AM)
November 1st is All Souls' Day

Sounds wonderful cloudnine

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RE: Is this Halloween theme "insensitive" to religious types?
Probably.
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