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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by nickster9224, May 20, 2007.
Wow check this load of garbage out http://www.cnn.com/2007/US/05/20/baby.in.microwave.ap/index.html
WTF and ZOMFG, both at the same time...this is insane...
The man who put his baby in a microwave is either mental unstable, or an evil person.
And blaming the devel! WTF?! Come on..I have problems, but I don't blame imaginary things!(Minus those damn elves, they keep screwing me up!)
Blaming the supernatural ain't gonna help her get her parental rights back in any court of law so, I think she should carry on with her story.
That poor child.
religious people? how about just an idiot mother.
It was god's will. Or maybe it was the devil that did it. But is it god's will that the devil must do this stuff? I thought god was more powerful? So it's back to god's will. Or maybe the devil doing god's will? Yep, I think that's the ticket.
It was the devil fulfilling god's will. Let us all pray (I leave it up to you, whether you should pray to god or the devil since they all seem to be doing the same thing).
Wow. At 19, I wonder how ready the father is to be a father or religious leader. In my mind, the most frightening part of the current rise of prominence of the Non-Denominational Evangelical Christian movement is that anyone can become a pastor/preacher/reverend.
Coincidentally enough, my Rabbi, who is 60 something and spent over 10 years at divinity school, never put any babies in microwaves.
The "mom" and "dad" are both out of their ____ing minds.
Is there such a thing as "religious addiction"? Because that would certainly explain a lot, from medium-level cases such as the politicians who want to turn our country into a theocracy, to extreme cases such as this. And it would definitely explain why people who quit heavy addictions to things like drugs, gambling and alcohol sometimes become religious freaks -- it's just another addiction.
I don't have a problem with faith, but when people can't keep it compartmentalized and in perspective...........
Well, it was the father who did it. But I won't argue that they're both idiots, and obviously disturbed.
"Satan saw my husband as a threat".
Everyone should see this man as a threat. Yet of course, despite being a complete psychotic, it's much better to externalise the problem and blame supernatural forces.
And he was on course to become a preacher? That says it all as far as I'm concerned.
So God tells Abraham to kill Isaac, and all is well. The Devil tells a woman to put her child in the microwave, and she's crazy?
I blame those damn Scientists for inventing microwaves. They'll roast in Hell for that.
For three minutes on medium power
I think they'll need a bit longer than that, but I can't find the eternity button on my microwave.
Microwaves are used to speed up cooking. An eternity in a conventional oven is equivalent to 15:00:00 on high in a conventional microwave.
But things get crispier in an oven, and I like my food nice and crispy, not microwaved and soggy
Maybe they couldn't afford a conventional oven? Soggy was 2nd best
How does one fit a child into a microwave?
The obviously HUGE difference in that statement is God stopped Abraham before any harm was done.God doesn't harm people.People harm people.
These two people are both wacko's that wish to blame anything except their own lack of humanity/common sense.
a classmate of mine who worked in the same children's guidance center had a 7 yo girl patient, who placed her puppy in the microwave, and proceeded to nuke the animal. the puppy was still alive afterwards, but had to be euthanized because it was so severely damaged. no, i dont know how long it was in the microwave.
the little girl looked so innocent and cute, but to imagine what she did sent shivers up my spine. to hear grown adults doing that with their baby shocked me even more. i can understand one person listening to possible voices (shizophrenia), but mom and dad agreeing to it? wow.
dont think you can blame religion for this, but probably mental illness.
Tell that to Job.
Anyone who tells you a diety of some flavor told them to kill someone you're dealing with a wacko.
Not sure where this picture is from but it seems relevant to the story. be gentle.
i thought i had bad taste in jokes...
I know! Good thing its not my kid. Some people will do anything to get passed around the internet these days.
Would that be like the Atkins diety?
Atkins infallibility crashed into the ice.