I’ve Made Up My Heathen Mind

Here’s what I’m going to do.

I’m going to go to schools, round up kids and pay for them to go and see The Golden Compass. Then I’m going to buy them the book that the movie is based on and all of the subsequent books in the series to make sure they get the “atheist” point and when they have read those books, I’m going to organize them into a protesting mob and we’ll picket outside of theatres that are showing the second Chronicles of Narnia film when it comes out this summer because it will clearly have dangerous pro-Christian themes (I think, because I won’t bother to see it first so I can have an informed opinion) because I don’t want children exposed to those myths that will turn them into God-fearing mush-brains.


I’ll go see it if I want, take my child if I want, act in a way that is consistent with my moral beliefs in regard to my family and LEAVE EVERYONE ELSE THE F#&K ALONE!!!!



4 Responses to I’ve Made Up My Heathen Mind

  1. Katie says:

    Takes me back to the fifth grade. My older sisters decided to give my parents a break & take all the kids to the movies. Decided on Monty Python’s “Life of Brian”. My youngest sister was about six at the time. On the way in to the movie, a picketing NUN tried to grab her away from my older sibs! Cause ya know kidnapping might be bad, but hey, it’s not blasphemy.

  2. DWPittelli says:

    I remember when I saw “Hail Mary” in Cambridge or Boston in 1985. Through the whole movie you could hear protesters on the other side of the emergency doors, chanting:

    “Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee; blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.”

    Over and over and over. For me, it actually added to the movie experience. They didn’t like the movie, which was the nativity story set in modern times, because it showed Mary naked. On the other hand, Mary was a virgin (with a frustrated boyfriend Joseph) and, to me, the movie seemed respectful of the story and the religion.

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