Scientology? Mormons? Impovershed working conditions in 3rd world countries?
I feel like if it's 21st century then it's probably been mocked on South Park. <_<
[Edited by Latiosmaster47, 9/7/2010 4:34:07 PM]
You illustrate my point beautifully. Mass media needs wacko morons to record and thrust down our throats in order to satisfy the 24 hour market. They luuuurrrve it. And we do to. Otherwise we wouldn't be watching it.
It's not having that much of success and they're burning Qu'rans already? I wonder what would've they done if it had a success...
You mean, the success of Islam is illustrated by the frequency of burnings? I've never been to a Muslim country, but I'm amazed you can breathe with all the fumes from those fires. Sounds a bit like a Christian illustration of hell...
...and then we don't care 24 hours later.
Because there's some other, equally dumb thing to obsess about all over the airwaves, and whatever people were freaking out about before fades into the background.
Either way they're getting ignored into obscurity. <_<
1. The state of being unknown, inconspicuous, or unimportant.
If that's how you want to see it, they're obscure to start off with and really never cease to be so.
[Edited by EternalSlayer, 9/7/2010 4:47:20 PM]
Maybe the "unimportant" part of that definitions fits, but when some stupid thing is all over the news, it can't really be "unknown." Informed (>_>) people are going to know what you're talking about even if it's just for that day that thing is in the news.
The vast majority of Christians wouldn't care any more than if you went around burning any other book.