Friday, December 25, 2009

Happy Birthday Jesus



"Today... is Christmas! There will be a magic show at zero-nine-thirty! Chaplain Charlie will tell you about how the free world will conquer Communism with the aid of God and a few Marines! God has a hard-on for Marines because we kill everything we see! He plays His games, we play ours! To show our appreciation for so much power, we keep heaven packed with fresh souls! God was here before the Marine Corps! So you can give your heart to Jesus, but your ass belongs to the Corps! Do you ladies understand?" -- Stanley Kubrick, film producer, 1987

Today is our blessed LORD's birthday.

Satan Claus didn't die for our sins.

9 comments:

The Quark Observer said...

That is a great fucking quote!

Satan Claus didn't die for our sins.

FULL OF WIN!

Quantum_Flux said...

I thought you were Jewish or something.

OilIsMastery said...

QO,

LOL glad you like it.

OilIsMastery said...

QF,

I'm almost Jewish except for one minor difference...:P

Quantum_Flux said...

Satan Clause?

OilIsMastery said...

QF,

See here.

Quantum_Flux said...

That Santa hating Jesus lover is such a Communist. I personally think that we should be celebrating Isaac Newton instead of Jesus or Santa Claus.

OilIsMastery said...

I used to think Newton was a crackpot but now I consider him to be one of my heroes.

"... to what Agent did the Ancients attribute the gravity of their atoms and what did they mean by calling God an harmony and comparing him & matter (the corporeal part of the Universe) to the God Pan and his Pipe?" -- Isaac Newton, mathematician, 169-

"... the Egyptians ... concealed mysteries that were above the common herd under the veil of religious rites and hieroglyphic symbols." -- Isaac Newton, mathematician, 1694

"[Newton] certainly believed in an Egyptian prisca sapientia, which he saw it as his mission to retrieve." -- Martin Bernal, historian, 1987

"This question of measurement is only one example of Newton's faith in the prisca sapientia of Ancient Egypt. He was also convinced that atomic theory, heliocentricity and gravitation had been known there [See McGuire and Rattansi (1966, p. 110)]." -- Martin Bernal, historian, 1987

"There's a tradition of scholarship that was very popular in the Renaissance called the prisca sapientia, the primal wisdom. It claimed that there was a secret wisdom that was first trasmitted by an archetypal figure--say, for example, Moses--and then passed down through the line of successors, usually including Pythagoras, Plato, and so forth, and that this wisdom was really the ultimate tool for understanding the universe. Newton clearly believed that." -- Bill Newman, historian, November 15th 2005

Quantum_Flux said...

:)