Sunday, June 5, 2011

And it was.....(Drum roll)

JEHOVAH WITNESSES!!!!

These guy are all around the place I work. They always pass by and hand me a pamphlet, which I just throw away in the trash or give it to my boss.


They go in groups and dress formal. They usually take their kids too. Now this upsets me. Why? Because it's in the morning and those kids should be in school getting an education, not passing out stupid flyers. But honestly if I where those kids age, I would play along and stay out of school, LOL!

Anyway, these guys don't believe in donating blood or in blood transfusions. They also refuse surgery to remove tumors. Discretion is advised when looking at this link as I would consider it NSFW:

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_ovJS1Em-6dg/R1O0QgUUaPI/AAAAAAAARts/952ViGr1JR8/s1600-R/tumor.jpg

The only thing about the religion that is cool is that they used the name Jehovah in the movie 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade' because it is the way you write the true name God in Latin but in Latin it is spell with an 'I' instead of a 'J'. So it's Iehovah.

Indiana Jones almost got killed for this mistake too. He almost fell to his death after stepping on the letter 'J' first. Damn those tricksters!!



Anyway, Have a great Sunday!

42 comments:

  1. i don't understand any religion that doesn't let you celebrate holidays including your damn birthday. i'd be lost on halloween, xmas, thanksgiving, etc.

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  2. Urgh i cant stand jehovas witness' they're the most annoying people!

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  3. man seriously, i hate how much they want to get up in our faces

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  4. Good thing indiana jones is indestructible! I actually didn't know that J is I part, I'll keep that in mind.

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  5. Anyway, these guys don't believe in donating blood or in blood transfusions. They also refuse surgery to remove tumors.

    On the other hand....

    The JW view on transfusions is gradually going mainstream, for medical reasons, not religious. They're seldom so essential as they've been made out to be, and they carry significant risks.

    New Scientist magazine covered the subject in a 2008 article entitled An Act of Faith in the Operating Room. The act of faith was not withholding a transfusion. It was giving one.

    http://tinyurl.com/6n9lvx

    and I don't know anything about refusing to remove tumors. I think that must be someone esle.

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  6. idiot!!!!! in latin jehovah starts with an I. Quality movie.. - Also i agree about how the jehovahs witnesses shouldnt take their kids with them, disgraceful..

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  7. Ha Ha I was wrong. I thought they were Mormons.

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  8. Urgh, these guys really get on my nerves. I mean, I'm an Atheist to start off with, and I think trying to force your religion on others is just a terrible thing to do.

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  9. I'm an atheist myself, but at least these guys practice what they preach as a collective whole, as opposed to the more numerous 'Sunday morning christians'... if you're going to be religious, do it properly.

    More people should believe in the power of prayer to heal, it will cut waiting times and loss of resources for those of us who put our trust in science.

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  10. If you tell them to stop coming to your house, they may just stop doing it. We haven't had them in a while.

    If all else fails, pretend you're a satanist.

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  11. These guys are machines. They always try to give me flyers every morning...

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  12. I also hate ppl with flyers.. so anoying

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  13. interesting post. go on like that!

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  15. I can hear when someone has come in my yard because I hear our gate open. I looked out the window and saw it was some Jehovah Witnesses. I just knew that I had to make them as uncomfortable as they make me.

    Before they get to my door, I open it and I say real loud “Well, it is about damn time! I hired you assholes well over an hour ago! Now get your ass in here and give my friend a lap dance for her bachelorette party or I am going to call your supervisor and ask for a full refund!”

    They just looked at each other with dropped jaws. They did not know what to say. They just turned around and walked the other way. It worked like a charm!

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  16. Would be a bummer if you were a kid and didn't get birthday or Christmas presents!

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  17. They want to save our worthless asses:D

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  18. I've been to their kingdom hall before. There's not much I like about em, so, I won't say anything else.

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  19. This is why I'm so vehemently against organized religion.

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  20. One day I had some Jehovah Witnesses in my street. Two were ringing on my door a suddenly two more showed up on the street. They all started to have a chat and then there comes a invasion! More and more Jehovah witnesses came and suddenly there were 10 in my street. I was kinda scared at that moment.

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  21. Haha Jehovah Witness, I love messing with them ;D

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  22. they dont bother my neighborhood much

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  23. I don't understad what motivates them to keep annoying people even when they're told not to do so.

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  24. oh man i cant stand these people, seriously...

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  25. Eeeee I remember that scene. I should re watch! :D

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  26. Lord, we get Mormons around here. At Fanime someone actually cosplayed a Mormon.

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  27. Say what you will about them, they do dress nice. lol.

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  28. It's amazing how they will rather die than get a blood transfusion

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  29. Yeah, I remember that scene in the movie. Well, you can always trust on Indiana Jones.

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  30. My father used to invite Jehovas in and try to convert them to Catholocism. Quite entertaining

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  31. they never came to my house :/ too bad xD

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  32. Generally, they seem like pretty nice people. Their theology is somewhat dark, though.

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  33. We should carry some mosquito coil or something to drive off these guys, too much trouble.
    In India they passed a law if someone forces you to convert to their religion, they could be jailed and all these maniacs went on strike and stuff.
    They culd something useful.

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  34. i heard they dont celebrate holidays either :(

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  35. Ive never had an encounter with one, but they would probably be fun to troll.

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  36. @ Blk Jesus said...
    True lol!
    by the way nice blog, I follow

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