Subject: Re: SATAN'S ARCH ENEMY...GOD!

Date: 28 May 1996 00:00:00 GMT

From: Xiuhtecuhtli@worldnet.att.net

Organization: Interzone University

Newsgroups: alt.apocalypse, alt.satanism, alt.slack

References: 1

 

 

colinep@istar.ca averred:

 

 

>SATAN'S ARCH ENEMY...GOD!

 

So what's holding up the show? Go arrest that bad boy.

 

This concept of a quasi-independent spirtual enitity

who is at odds with the creating force -- that's

totally wierd. If Satan was created by the Christian

god, then wasn't that some sort of fuck up on the part

of your god?

 

On what day did your god decide to create an arch-nemisis

to spoil his other creations? Actually, since your god

created this Satan, then it would appear that it's your

god that's the bad guy in this universe.

 

Maybe this Satan is more like a "next door neighbor" who was

there when your Christian god moved into this quadrant of

the galaxy.

 

Subject: Re: SATAN'S ARCH ENEMY...GOD!

Date: 01 Jun 1996 00:00:00 GMT

From: ljduchez@en.com (Lou Duchez)

Organization: Exchange Network Services, Inc.

Newsgroups: alt.apocalypse, alt.satanism, alt.slack

References: 1 , 2 , 3

 

 

John Laviolette (talysman@psyber.com) wrote:

: Lou Duchez (ljduchez@en.com) wrote:

: : In article <4odlj1$7hv@mtinsc01-mgt.ops.worldnet.att.net>,

: : Xiuhtecuhtli@worldnet.att.net wrote:

:

: : > Maybe this Satan is more like a "next door neighbor" who was

: : > there when your Christian god moved into this quadrant of

: : > the galaxy.

:

: : Maybe he's more like the wacky neighbor on a million sitcoms.

: : The opening credits to the Universe probably listed them as:

:

: : God

: : Jesus

: : Holy Spirit

: :

: : and Satan

:

: : In this capacity, Willie Aames (Buddy from "Charles in Charge")

: : would make for a Great Satan, wouldn't he? Even better than Reagan.

:

: Lou, are you suggesting that Scott Baio is Jesus?

 

Startling theological implications, eh? I guess Jesus, in his youth,

ended up on the "Happy Days" set and told his parents: "Why do you

disturb me when I am in my Producer's house?"

 

Does anyone remember the episode of "The Fall Guy" where Scott "Jesus"

Baio played a cross-dressing nightclub piano player? Entertainment at

its finest. (No offense to Pete here ... Scott Baio is a twit and

deserves to be mocked for any and all things he has done, in any sort of

attire.)

 

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, another entry for your "Jesus Spotter's

Handbook": The Sitcom Jesus.Subject:

Re: SATAN'S ARCH ENEMY...GOD!

Date: 01 Jun 1996 00:00:00 GMT

From: petehip@cogsci.ed.ac.uk (Peter Hipwell)

Organization: HCRC/Centre for Cognitive Science, University of Edinburgh

Newsgroups: alt.slack

References: 1 , 2 , 3

 

 

In article <4op99p$g2k@antares.en.com> ljduchez@en.com (Lou Duchez) writes:

 

>

>Does anyone remember the episode of "The Fall Guy" where Scott "Jesus"

>Baio played a cross-dressing nightclub piano player? Entertainment at

>its finest. (No offense to Pete here ... Scott Baio is a twit and

>deserves to be mocked for any and all things he has done, in any sort of

>attire.)

>

 

Hell, I spent Thursday night in a frilly satin cocktail dress first

off at a party (I think I'm pretty definitely "out" at work now) then

sitting in a cafe/club drinking pints of beer and having to shake the

hands of gawping dingbats who kept wandering across to ask "Are you a

man?" (what would they have done if I'd said NO?) and have a good

snigger. I managed to set my hair on fire -- really properly this

time, I've still got blisters all over my hands from beating it out,

and a new REALLY COOL asymmetrical layered hair style -- get drunk and

stagger out at 3.00am and THEN decide to climb the mountain in the

middle of Edinburgh (you can't call Arthur's Seat a hill; you have to

see it to understand) with a couple of friends up the steep side in a

howling gale while wearing open-toed heels only to get lost and

descend at 5.00am in the middle of a nowhere place smeared with mud

and aching all over. The dress was, miraculously, untouched, but HOW

TWITTY WAS THAT?

 

Enjoyed it though.