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 Honorable Man

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Jul 04, 2001
I was on the road for 10 hours today. If I had a dollar for every fucking Jesus fish I saw, I could've bought a plane ticket. About two hours from home, something in my brain snapped. I started picturing a political ad campaign...

(open to black & white footage of unhappy people and stern music)
Voiceover (deep male):
Jesus hangs out with tax collectors and prostitutes.
He works on the Sabbath.
He's even been seen trashing a temple.
Who would you rather have as your Messiah?

(cut to solid screen, white letters on black)
Paid for by Citizens For A More Chaotic World:

We could distribute bumper stickers...

Jesus Didn't Vote.
Why Should You?

I laughed all the way home.


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You have seen the Cthulhu 1992-2000 campaigns, yes (none / 0) (#1)
by elby on Tue Jul 3rd, 2001 at 10:45:38 AM PST
"Why settle for the lesser evil?"

You could actually buy a campaign packet with posters and slogans and buttons and bumper stickers. It was awesome.


Actually, no (5.00 / 1) (#2)
by pocket reference on Mon Jul 2nd, 2001 at 10:22:39 PM PST
But it sounds interesting.


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