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posted on Sep, 11 2005 @ 07:43 AM
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I myself like stew. A mixture of you christians, buddhists, wiccans, etc. Little chunks of each with some fresh veggies. Thats what I'm talking about.




posted on Sep, 11 2005 @ 07:50 AM
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Originally posted by I See You
I myself like stew. A mixture of you christians, buddhists, wiccans, etc. Little chunks of each with some fresh veggies.


Hey, I'm all over that....what better way to improve my karma than by sustaining you as part of your dinner?

I'm cool wit dat


Just please don't cook me in the same pot as onions. My resulting tears would make the end product far too salty.

Mkay? Mkay.




posted on Sep, 11 2005 @ 08:23 AM
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Originally posted by LadyV

Originally posted by masqua

Since Wicca is only 50 years old, I'm sure a good 'ribbing' (pun intended) is a healthy thing.



Well, while I call myself "Wiccan"......I must say I live something a bit older, from my mother, and she from her mother and so on.....more of a Shamanism/Wiccan energy......Aaaaaaaanyway


Mmmm...yummy.
There's nothing like well aged Wiccan...flavoured by ancient traditions reaching back into a hoary past, to a time when menhirs were new and women held political sway.
I ken where you come from, Lady V...my own Frieslander past is but a stepping stone to the pre-Roman Gaul and beyond, even further back than when when Druidism was the flavour of the day and wickermen filled with the naughty burned on hilltops...a precurser to barbeques for the happy masses, I'm sure.

Ah...how the very old is new again.



posted on Sep, 11 2005 @ 09:49 AM
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Nice try Lady V. You are however fighting a losing battle. You see the thread was started by a member of the Administration and they have different rules
than us mere members. They do as they will and we are told to lighten up.





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posted on Sep, 11 2005 @ 09:56 AM
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Aw come on...

Thomas is probably one of the most passionately religious people on the board (and I mean that as a compliment, TC) and he was one of the first to poke fun at himself in this thread; I'm Buddhist, various members are Pagan and/or Wiccan, and we can laugh at ourselves.

It's just a giggle, you know?




posted on Sep, 11 2005 @ 11:27 AM
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Yes wiccan is much better tasting than christians. Christians are really gamey tasting and rough. Too much fat , grizzle and their heads are too big but makes it easier to make the record books.

[edit on 11-9-2005 by I See You]



posted on Sep, 14 2005 @ 05:39 AM
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Even though the topic was providing good recipes for Wiccans. I feel that the main point of providing food to the refugees has been put to the way side...

All this discussion of preparing different religious people, I feel that we have forgotten about the "Other White Meat". I was mulling over the idea of heading out to California and rounding up some Hare Krishna's. They are relatively easy to prepare since they shave most of thier hair off.

Some Krishna's served up with some Jimmy Jones special Koolaide would put those refugees right at peace. I'm sure the good folks over at Land Over Baptist would let us use thier private jet to round them up!



posted on Sep, 14 2005 @ 06:10 AM
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That makes so much sense i`m ashamed i had`nt thought of that,its like human scaleless fish,their already half prepared !!

And their bells can be given to the kiddies that have lost their toys,man it makes sense.

Good call



posted on Sep, 14 2005 @ 06:28 AM
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Originally posted by rancid1
I feel that we have forgotten about the "Other White Meat". I was mulling over the idea of heading out to California and rounding up some Hare Krishna's.


Good idea...sure saves on shaving, but you need to pay extra for the saffron without which Hare Krishnas are 'flat' on the palate. The other benefit is that if you catch one, you catch several since they follow each other blindly.

All the better to feed large groups of...er...refugees (no)...erm...displaced people (yikes, NO!) ...well, you know, Katrina's victims.



posted on Sep, 20 2005 @ 12:37 PM
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Originally posted by stalkingwolf
Nice try Lady V. You are however fighting a losing battle. You see the thread was started by a member of the Administration and they have different rules
than us mere members. They do as they will and we are told to lighten up.


Yes...I have seen this many, many times here.....why I am so seldon around these days....I've even been told by a couple of mods that this is true! LOL...Now I'll probably be put on temp ban status like you are for speaking my mind.....ho hummmmmm



posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 01:37 AM
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Originally posted by LadyV

Originally posted by stalkingwolf
Nice try Lady V. You are however fighting a losing battle. You see the thread was started by a member of the Administration and they have different rules
than us mere members. They do as they will and we are told to lighten up.


Yes...I have seen this many, many times here.....why I am so seldon around these days....I've even been told by a couple of mods that this is true! LOL...Now I'll probably be put on temp ban status like you are for speaking my mind.....ho hummmmmm

So far, I haven't seen anything like that happen, although if anyone has, I'm interested in hearing more about it.

As a member representative, part of my job is to observe staff actions and share my best judgment as to their propriety.

I've only been on the job for a few months, so I can't necessarily speak to longstanding grudges, but if you have evidence of any activity which I can look at, I would certainly appreciate some links.

In this case, I really don't see anything terribly out of line, and have noticed that the staff do cut a bit more slack for members who have demonstrated that they aren't basically trolls. I know I tend to get the benefit of the doubt more often or not, and I suspect you do as well, more often than not.

That said, I like to keep an open mind. If you have a case to make here, I will be happy to review it and share my opinions with both yourself and the senior staff.

Feel free to U2U me or submit a complaint with the information, or both, if you like.

I take these kinds of charges seriously. If there is wrongdoing taking place, it's my duty to look into it.

Just tell me where I need to look.

Respectfully yours,

Majic
DISC Councilor



posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 01:48 AM
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Originally posted by I See You
I myself like stew. A mixture of you christians, buddhists, wiccans, etc. Little chunks of each with some fresh veggies. Thats what I'm talking about.


Ooooh, that sounds absolutely delicious!
The only way to make that better is to end it with a Diced Druid Dessert! Scrump-dilly-icious!

Thanks for the backing, Tinker, and get a sense of humor, LadyV. The whole point of the thread just might have been missed by you, me thinks! Guess what, some of us will catch the right bus and some of us are going to miss it, but while we are here, we are all here.
I know, that sounded a lot like Yogi Berra, but as he wisely said, "When you come to a fork in the road, TAKE IT!"



posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 03:07 PM
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Hello Majic...you have a U2U



posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 03:34 PM
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I got an interesting U2 a bit ago and asked if I could print it becuase I felt it was well put....they said yes, but they didn't want to be identified..


Apparently seems to be ok to denigrate some beliefs with impunity, and not others. I'm not a Wiccan, but would never intentionaly insult someone's beliefs, regardless of what they are [ok unless they're malicious, you get the point]. Why do people seem so intent upon chasing others away with insensitivity? Because it's "funny"? It ceases to be funny when it becomes hurtful. I hope you don't get chased off. Consider the source.


I would imagine there are many others feeling the same way, but knowing how things work....won't openly voice their opinon



posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 03:37 PM
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Rustling The Curtain


Originally posted by LadyV
Hello Majic...you have a U2U

Investigating now.

Gotta earn my pay now and then, after all.



posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 04:48 PM
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I resent this thread

But if you really want true flavor, try buddhist. I have heard they are great in sautees,but, they are especially great fried, has a texture similar to duck. They are fed an all natural diet of roughage and spices, they aren't too tough, as they spend many times pondering. And forget about the gaminess, all you need to do is fast your buddhist, a week before cooking and you'll have one fine culinary delight. They also make a wonderful Cacciatore, Id stay away from Wiccans though, we spend alot of time in nature hiking, so we tend to be quite tough.



posted on Oct, 1 2005 @ 11:00 AM
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Originally posted by Mirthful Me
Once again, I have been besieged with inquiries regarding a very serious matter. Many have wondered about the proper "doneness' of Wiccan. It's a question that has plagued mankind since the Inquisition. Sure, the old adage was burn them at the stake, but was that satisfying? No. Nothing is worse than an overcooked Wiccan, but the peril of contamination awaits those that eschew bringing the center of your cuts up to proper temperature (160º F). The danger of eating undercooked or raw Wiccan cannot be overstated. Don't do it! Care taken during preparation can result in a moist, tasty Wiccan dish without the possibility of a late night run to he ER to get one’s stomach pumped


I thought once the belly ring popped out, that meant they were done.



posted on Oct, 1 2005 @ 11:32 AM
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I thought once the belly ring popped out, that meant they were done.



OK, THAT was the funniest one I've read in this thread!

I give you one of my "Way Twisted" votes for this month.



posted on Oct, 1 2005 @ 05:02 PM
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A friend of mine from the trailer park said if you pour a can of Hormel Chili on dem wiccans, it don't matter how they're cooked!!!



However my favorite is an old Hungarian recipe for Wiccan Paprikash, simmered Wiccan in onion and served with Hungarian dumplings and a sour cream/paprika gravy....YUM!


[edit on 10/1/2005 by chrmdrx1971]



posted on Nov, 4 2005 @ 07:41 PM
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I'm a little confused on this thread...

When a Cannibal Christian eats the body of R. Yehoshua bar Yosef ("Jeeezuzzz") every week and tries to drink his blood, what part of his body actually gets to be eaten by his band of chosen followers? Are there any really juicy Kosher bits left after a crucified victim has had the carrion birds upon him?

I suppose the smaller appendages (especially between the legs !) would make an ok appetiser for Christian Cannibals at the Eucharist tables, but he would surely have been violently castrated on that gibbet he was dangling from by the Romans who had such a heyday with his other body parts---like most Galilean Seditionists who arm their disciples with swords on hills during feasts...probably not much left there, especially if he WAS Daviddic after all...you know, that dirty family lineage thingy...

No wonder they couldn't find the body a few days later...his followers ATE him !!

But then look what must have happened about 12 hours later...oh well, c'est la vie !!





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