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  1. Laripu says:

    And the last phrase is: “best shackles tested”.

    I don’t know whether Author intended this irony, but it suggests that even religion depends on empiricism to some extent.

    Or that that slave keepers are inherently not religious. Or that religion is necessarily a collection of contradictory beliefs.

    Instead I’ll go with the idea that religion itself is actually the best shackles ever tested.

  2. Culandun says:

    I’m trying to log in to Wordpress to change my password without success. I change the password but wordpress won’t accept it.

  3. Eylenn says:

    Author, panel 3: certain.

  4. Donn says:

    He’s testing us. It’s his whole gig. Tests, more tests. I give myself A+ and run away from school.

  5. Mockingbird says:

    “INTERNATIONAL DAY OF BLASPHEMY.” What a brilliant idea. What “all powerful, omnipotent god” needs by a mob of mere humans with a blasphemy law to protect him?

  6. Author says:

    Thanks, Eylenn. Fixed now.

  7. mcalex says:

    i like the ‘certain’ – ‘christian’ portmanteau 😀

  8. mcalex says:

    … which magically changed when i posted.

  9. Vanity Unfair says:

    Just one day? Such moderation!

  10. Dave says:

    The American Amalgamated Association for the Advancement of the Alliterative and Assonantal Arts approves of panel 2.

  11. Succubus ov Satan says:

    surely calling ‘god’ “him” is totally blasphemous towards her?

  12. Donn says:

    Surely everyone’s going to see that the right thing to do, is call it “them.”

  13. M27Holts says:

    Aye. Mo has to do his maths, his wives chains cannot be shorter than the distance from the bed to the furthest points of the kitchen…

  14. Rob Barnett says:

    My wife was pointing at some underwear called “Magic Knickers”…I pondered…”Aye wear them and your sex life disappears…”

  15. Laripu says:

    M27, you’re referring to this, derided as magic underwear, but properly called garment of the holy priesthood by Mormons:


    It’s one more example of the sacred brainwashing of true believers.

    There’s an old joke about Mormons, who aren’t allowed to drink alcohol, on camping trips: Never go on a camping trip with just one Mormon; always take at least two. If you go with only one, he’ll drink all your beer. If you go with two, neither one will want to drink in front of the other, so the beer is all yours.

  16. M27Holts says:

    Aye. I worked with a geezer who married into the morons…he was schooled in the particular underwear fetish of the cult. But no, the knickers the mrs pointed out were slimming arse curtains for ladies who are no stranger to the sweet trollie….


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