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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Sir EvilFreeSmeg, Sep 8, 2006.
Krazy Konspiracy Kook
I found this nutjob theory elsewhere and couldn't resist posting it.
I don't think he's paranoid. He's completely bat**** ****ing loco.
The correct term is barking mad moonbat**** crazy
Uhh, I don't get it, it seems fairly plausible to me?
You didn't by chance miss that did you?
You must not have seen one of those History Channel specials on the Bible code. It has already predicted many events of history, so I don't see why this couldn't have been predicted by a scholar knowledgeable enough.
I've seen them many times and still find them laughable. The same thing can be done with the dictionary and a phone book.
But the cunning part is that the sub is actually going to sit underneath an American battleship when it fires and it's going to target the Iranian ambassador, implicating the American captain. Why wouldn't they detect the sub right beneath them? Because this one can fire while cloaked! Quick, we have to escape the frozen gulag, grab a ship to the peace conference, defeat the Shakespeare-quoting evil general in his prototype submarine and stop the next assassination! Mr President! Mr President!!!!
LOL, it's such a shame John Safran Vs. God wasn't broadcast outside Australia:
In fact he used "Ice Ice Baby". And he also did the converse; he used the Bible to predict the rise and fall of Vanilla Ice's career.
This isn't uncommon. Do a google search for John Hagee, and you can find all his predictions about the next six months as well.
It truly is the end of the world as we know it...
The Big Book testifieth mightily, but you don't need to be a prophet to see that one coming...
That's not a nice thing to say about ECI.
Yeah all you need is his cameo appearance in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2.
The rise is the shocking part.
It came on here in New Zealand, it was a very entertaining watch.
John Safran was great. Speaking of New Zealand and TV shows, I loved Seven Periods with Mr Gormsby.
You write things that look like words but I don't know what you mean by them.
Hey now! Mr. I Claim I Drink Booze But It's Really Water:laugh:
Here's an excerpt from an episode of John Safran Vs. God. In this one he tries to get a fatwa put on local Australian TV personality Rove McManus (and briefly succeeds).
Here's one about aboriginal ownership.
Here's a bit about the average atheist.
Oh awesome - I found a bit where he's trying to pitch a movie to Mormon moviemakers - Extreme Mormons...