You know, I don't think your heart was really in this one.
LOLWhat gave you that idea? Should I have added bulk with a bunch of Scripture psgs?
Well, it could have been spiced up with some pictures from thisiswhyyourefat.com at least.Maybe some advice to Christians on how to do Yoga without accidentally becoming a pagan in the process.Other than that, it's good. Succinct, but good.
Haha, that site rocks.You've seen the Windows 7 Whopper, right?I've lived in Japan. They're...off...over there.
You've seen the Windows 7 Whopper, right?I have. Someone would have to hate themselves intensely before ordering that.I've lived in Japan. They're...off...over there. I know. I think that the best case to be made for nuclear disarmament is the current state of Japanese culture. Any country that has a very unsettling collective school girl fetish and considers this to be perfectly acceptable television entertainment can only be explained by some sort of cultural PTSD. (Though I have a feeling you would would more attribute it to their secularization)
No, I think you have a good point, except for the connection to disarmament. It'd be great if nukes didn't exist...but they do.Japan is weird, and ask most anyone in Japan (I have) in the right way and the nuclear damage weighs heavily on their minds and hearts. But I'd say their secularisation is overrated. Their gov't may be secular in name, but their officials go to Shinto/Buddhist shrines and temples all the time, and most Japanese are pagans. Not very devout, but vaguely spiritual, though also very materialistic. It's a strange place, for sure. Very pre-Christian, a high-technology pagan society.
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