Merry Christmas??? I'm having a real problem here, to wit; why are non-Christians celebrating Christmas?
If you aren't black do you celebrate Kwanzaa (whatever the fuck that is)? Do you celebrate Chanukah if you're not Jewish? If you're not Chinese, you don't celebrate Tet do you? Non-Moslems don't do Ramadan, do they? Then why the fuck are all these anti-Christian ass-holes celebrating Christmas.
Your first clue here is the root words for Christmas, Christ and mass. Lets start with Christ, a Greek word meaning redeemer, as in Jesus of Nazareth, son of GOD, the risen redeemer (Christ). Mass, a Catholic (I'll do Catholics in another rant) religious ritual. So, Christ Mass (Christmas) is by Christians for the commemoration of the birth of Our Lord. Jews, Moslems, Hindus, Buddhists and atheists have no reason to celebrate a Christian Holy Day. So why the fuck are you???
If you're not going to talk to GOD, or follow the teachings of Jesus, this is not a holiday for you so get your ignorant lazy asses back to work. If you believe Darwin's theory of evolution then you are saying, in effect, that you are descended from monkeys. Humans were created in GOD's image. Animals don't have a soul and are incapable of talking to GOD. If you are the end result of millions of years of evolution, then you are sub-human and can't talk to GOD anyway. So why are you celebrating the birth of the son of GOD? Why aren't you celebrating the birth of Darwin? Or King Kong?
You non-Christians are out there right now in an ass-holish frenzy of shopping, acting like you are the only ones with a right to use the roads and be in the stores. People who hate me 360 days out of the year are sucking up to me in an effort to get put on my Christmas list. Show a little class, shit-heads. If you're going to hate me 360 days, hate me the other 5. I'll respect that more than your hypocrisy.
Stop trying to make my holy day a commercial farce. The reason for the season is JESUS, not some fat clown dressed in red velvet pajamas flying around huffing reindeer exhaust and invading people's homes. That fat fuck would get shot if he came into my house in the middle of the night.... then I'd eat his reindeer.
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Posted by: pauleee.
12:06am on Monday, December 31st, 2001
Right on brother, keep'em comin'.
Pauleee & Anna'Lisa in Vagas
Posted by: REDWOLFtheCONCHOMAN
12:07am on Saturday, January 12th, 2002
DAMN STRAIGHT! X-mas is fer kids anyway!
Only reason I enjoyed it was because my Grandboy was old enuff ta open his presents!
Posted by: Artemis
12:08am on Sunday, March 10th, 2002
After reading through your opinions, I've come to the conclusion that I, a non-christian, will not take part in Christmas events when you, a bigot, stops being as such.
Reply from Mondo Disgusto:
Bigot??? Oh, Aghhh. Artemis, you really got me with that one.OOhhh. You are right I am a BIGOT! What your tiny mind has not grasped is that I'm an "Equal Opportunity" bigot. I loathe the entire world (with the notable exception of a handful of people)regardless of Race, Creed, Gender, Color, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religious affiliation or(ahem) Sexual orientation. On the other hand, if I find a righteous, stand-up person, I like them regardless of the above. What, you might ask, are my criteria for making these critical decisions? Simple. I loathe Stupidity, Arrogance, Greed, Hypocracy and Laziness. At least I'll admit to being a bigot. You on the other hand are a hypocrite. I'm not talking about your celebrating a Christian Holy Day while turning your back on The Christ. I'm talking about your belief that, if a man kills a pregnant woman he should be charged with two counts of murder, but you will pat your pregnant single buddy on the back and tell her it's okay to get an abortion. Oh, I also loathe liberal feminists.
Posted by: Eisenkriegvogel
12:09am on Friday, March 29th, 2002
Actually, Tet is a Vietnamese holiday, but hey, who's keeping track?
I don't consider myself to be a Christian, but I still go X-mas shopping anyway, simply because my parents would be pretty irate if they didn't get a X-mas present from me. If you want my opinion, it's the retail shopping industry, not them thar eye-legal immigrunts, that are responsible for the secularization of Christmas.
Your musings are so absurd they're hilarious. Dude, are you for real? I bust a gut reading your shit. Keep up the good work.
P.S. Animals don't have a soul? I don't agree with you on that one, but that's a different subject altogether...
Posted by: Andy
12:10am on Monday, April 8th, 2002
You know "Christians" are historically the worst muderous bastards on the fuckin'planet.And "Athiests" are the dumbest bastards on the planet.
I BELIEVE!!! And that's all it takes.
Posted by: Bob
12:11am on Wednesday, July 3rd, 2002
Actually, "christmas" was an ancient Pagan holiday, long before the christians even existed. It was merely a celebration of the winter solstice. "christmas trees", yule logs, gift giving....these all came from the ancient pagan celebrations. When Constantine implemented christianity as the national religion of Rome, people were reluctant to give up these ancient pagan rituals that they had practiced for centuries, even under the threat of death from the church. Therefore, the Roman church came up with a christian reason to allow the recently coverted pagans to celebrate. This reason was the "birth of Jesus." There is no real evidence that Jesus even existed, so of course there's no way of knowing his exact birthdate. The church simply settled on December 25, the date of the winter solstice, celebrated by pagans.
Reply from Mondo Disgusto:
Thanks, Bob. I was wondering when somebody would mention the fact that Christmas is a pagan holiday. You are correct all the way down to "There is no real evidence that Jesus even existed,...". The Roman Empire required that it's governors, satraps and procurators keep complete and accurate records. Many of those records still exist. The records scrolls of Pilate and Caiaphas concerning the crucifixion of Jesus, Herod's account of the slaughter of the male infants of Bethlehem and Herod Antipater"s account of the execution of John the Baptist still exist, and can be read (among other scrolls) in "The Archo Volumn". Archeologists are constantly trying to prove that the Holy Bible is false, but vitually always end up proving it's historical accuracy. The census was taken in the month we now know as October (meaning the eighth month), but was known then as December(meaning the tenth month). Even the Romans weren't stupid enough to put an entire country on the move in the dead of winter.
Posted by: ttbrowne
12:12am on Saturday, December 7th, 2002
Hmmm, Another believer filled with hate and intolerance. Exactly the reason why there can't be a God. Listen to the believers, they are all the proof needed.
I volunteered to work Christmas but management wouldn't go for it...I HAVE to take the day off. So, It's another example of believers making the rules.
Mondo, Are you gonna be in heaven? If so then that won't be a place where I'd want to spend eternity.
Reply from Mondo Disgusto:
I wouldn't worry about meeting me in heaven. All you have to do is continue to turn your back on the living GOD, HE doesn't force anyone to worship HIM so you don't need to be concerned about spending eternity in the same place with me.
Posted by: Metta Jon
12:13am on Sunday, December 8th, 2002
The theory of evolution doesn't state that humans evolved from monkeys; it says that humans and apes evolved from a common "ancestor." As far as the argument about "souls," there is no proof that animals don't have them, nor is there proof that humans do have them. Could you please give us a scientific definition of "soul"?
Concerning the historicity of Jesus, despite what you claim about the "Archo Volumn," there are no texts of unquestionable legitimacy from non-Christian sources that mention the alleged acts of Jesus (healing, walking on water, rising from the dead, etc.), that are contemporary with the time in which he is said to have lived. I'm not saying that he didn't exist, but it is interesting that Greek and Jewish historians made no mention of his life and ministry. Considering the attention that he received by the community, according to the New Testament, his life certainly would have been noteworthy enough to mention, wouldn't it? The silence of the non-Christian historians speaks loudly.
Regarding the Christmas holiday, it's interesting to note that there was a popular religion in the Roman empire (already in existence at the time that Jesus was said to live), which revolved around the worship of a sun god named "Mithra." He was the result of a virgin birth on December 25th. When he died, he rose from the dead after 3 days. Sound familiar?
By the way, you shouldn't blame the commercial aspects of the Christmas season on non-Christians. As the majority of Americans lay claim to being Christian, it follows that the majority of merchants and others who stand to profit from Santa Claus, etc. are probably Christian, too.
If you're really concerned with ending the secular "celebration" of Christmas by non-Christians, why don't you contact your Congressman and other elected representatives, and ask them to remove Christmas from the list of official government holidays? And ask the Post Office to stop making postage stamps with Christmas-related themes while you're at it. The government, in supporting the holiday in these ways, contributes to the observance of Christmas as a cultural (rather than religious) occasion. Don't blame me if I can't go to work on YOUR holiday (or Holy Day).
Posted by: dave
12:31am on Monday, January 20th, 2003
Phew! Ok, I've read many of the posts, liked all so far... this one hit a "teeny weenie" nerve.
I guess I can sorta agree with the non-chrisitan/catholic thing... whatever it was. If I had to say what faith I was, I'd say "non-practicing Jew" Not an Atheist persay, but that's another story.
My question is this: We have people who celebrate the 4th of July, but would never serve in the military to defend what they are celebrating. We have people celebrating St Patricks Day..... and aren't Irish. We have people celebrating Easter..... and hate rabbits (ok.... that was a joke). People celebrate (take day off from work) Martin Luther King Day..... yet they are racist or aren't Black.
Secondly. I agree that Christmas is a religeous holiday. That being the case, why don't people just go to church and pay hommage and that's it? What does celebrating the birth of Christ have to do with buying your nephew the latest video game?
Ya may have stirred the pot enough for me to respond, but still respect your opinion and love your site.
Posted by: LOBO
12:35am on Thursday, May 1st, 2003
bla bla bla I kinda agree with everybody here, BUT I wanna know what happened to thanksgiving? It's so overrun by X-MAS( not CHRISTmass) that it almost doesn't exist. Soon It'll be X-MAS 365, if you let the retailers have there way, I think we ought to boycott shopping for X-MAS this year and remember why this day is so special, FAMILY. Halloween kicks ass!!! R.W.T.W.
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