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Oct 12, 2012

Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the kingdom of God

First Dog On The Moon

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18 thoughts on “Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the kingdom of God

  1. ianjohnno1

    Love the wolf in priest’s clothing (if that’s what it’s meant to be).

  2. SBH

    I’m offended by the portrayal of His Eminence the Archbishop of Sydney, George Pell AC as a dog. I like dogs

  3. Stevo the Working Twistie

    I don’t think that’s an Archdog, more like an Archweasel. Or maybe an Arch-hamster: they are known to devour their young.

  4. paddy

    I suppose we should just be grateful that his eminence is not drawn to resemble seafood.
    Good to have you back FD.

  5. zut alors

    ‘You know you’re in trouble when the Victorian Police call you corrupt and violent.’

    Thanks for today’s belly laugh, Mr Dog.

    As to the philosophical question of which religion is worse: ALL of them.

  6. drmick

    The squawking prostate was perfectly demonstrating a painfully obvious trait in all the “popular” religions, (including his own); they are the creation of dried up old men who hate or do not respect women. They all pretend to be based on “love” and “peace” but they all have the same dried up old tenets of deranged, psychopathic, sour old men. They hide behind their “rules”/sacrements/fatwahs to justify the exact opposite of peace & love. All the horrors performed in the name of religion over the centuries continue unabated; they just have different weapons now. The victims are the same though.

  7. Andrew L

    Gumpy old men (often in frocks) who practice sophistry – key component of all religions (including where T. Cruise fills the gig) – same same)

  8. ernmalleyscat

    Zoroastrianism is the worst religion.
    Anyone who reckons Mazda is better than Ford is a deadset nong.

  9. paddy

    @drmick….Standing ovation!

  10. Microseris

    For a man of god, he seems selective in his morals.

    Australian Reforming Catholics described him: “he is rather a nasty man with very few redeeming features”.