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Old 02-07-2009, 09:17 PM
Location: On the Edge of the Fringe
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I cannot use the cartoon anymore because it violates the copyright TOS and I apologize and I will abide by that rule on this forum.

FYI the cartoon was a human professing his belief to a god-likeman on a throne and the man on the throne saying something to the effect of "Why would I have to sacrifice myself to my self in order to change some law I supposedly made in the first place?"
NOW I want to point out that one of the reasons (And there were too many to list here) but ONE of the reasons I left Christianity years ago was because my questions as to the how and why could not be answered and that cartoon sums up one of the biggest ones of all.....

SO anyway

Another Quote from Ghandi, I have found posted all over was that Ghandi said something like
"I like your Christ but not your Christians because they are so unlike your Christ"
Again, if I can use this quote I will, otherwise I guess I will be writing my OWN cartoons

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