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Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Hell Pizza: Even Bush is TOO BAD for Hell

Nice tolerance the New Zealanders are showing.

The no-talent hacks had such slogans as:

Even Hell Has its Standards.

Hell: Too good for some Evil Bastards.

And of course, they had the slogans next to a demonized pic of President Bush. Wow! That's not childish or anything. Well, since they are judging and saying Bush is going to hell, couldn't we say those Kiwi Bastards are going to hell also? Since they're soooo knowledgable.

Yeah, once exec said, he knew it would cause a bit of a stir. Well, it did. So, prepare for a hellstorm, jerkwad.

LINK: http://www.wndu.com/news/082005/news_43957.php

3 Comments:

  • At 9:40 AM, Blogger Kevin said…

    Nick,

    I'm not sure the link you posted is correct. Or perhaps it has changed. Regardless, I think this is a link to what you are referring to:

    Hell Pizza Story

    I've eaten there tons of times, that place rocks. They've even got this neat three wheeler that the pizza drivers use to tote deliveries around the city.

    And the Kiwis do hate Bush (on a whole). They also think 51% of our country is either blind and deaf, or just plain dumb.

    Also, religion is really not a dominant part of their life, so I doubt many of them believe in hell, much less think they're on their way.

     
  • At 12:23 PM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    So I take it there's no more Maori native religion there? What did the Anglos whipe that out also, with whatever vestiges of God once occupied that land?

     
  • At 1:28 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    Well the Maori traditionally believe more in spirits or 'atua' than Gods, though they do and did have a number of Gods that they recognized.

    Their is most certainly a Maori presence all throughout New Zealand and many rituals are still performed as they would have been 1000 years ago.

    And actually, I suspect you'd disagree with their ways (the kiwis that is), as I believe it is compulsory in New Zealand to study Maori history/religion/ways of life as much as it is to study the western ways of life. Thus, anglos are familiar with the once native ways.

    Imagine if we had to take a class on Native American ways of life before we destroyed them. You'd flip! =]

     

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