Yeah, they were serious, and apparently very religious. I’m not looking to bash on the judge, she has rights to her own opinions and this was all in fun. Plus everyone else (even the other judges) told me I was the true winner. But judging was based on points, and I got 2 perfect scores and a zero. And everyone knows that Jesus The Walking Bread Raglan Baseball shirt born during a cold, snow-blanketed night. Only heathens believe he was born in a hot, arid, snowless land during the summer or autumn! It’s actually very cold at night in winter there. It snows around Bethlehem in winter. This is exactly why Jesus definitely wasn’t born in winter because there were shepherds out at night watching over their flocks. You can literally google pictures of snow on the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. It definitely snows in that part of the world
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Well, I’m Lutheran and I completely agree. That’s bulshit. There’s nothing religious about this The Walking Dead itself is not sacrilegious as far as I know. This was very unique and well-executed. It wasn’t her fluffy fuzzy Christmas gingerbread seen that she was expecting and she got offended. By the way, he said it was for work, not the church. So sacrilegious or not it shouldn’t The Walking Bread Raglan Baseball shirt mattered. That looks like discrimination to me. Well, you got her religion correct. But really, I just laughed it off. It was way more fun to see my co-worker’s reactions and get their compliments. Wait, she’s a Catholic and found this sacrilegious? Wow. She’s probably the kind of woman who doesn’t realize her honor student is fornicating with a delinquent, even though it’s obvious to everyone else.
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In my experience, the kind of Catholic who finds this to be “sacrilegious” is out of touch with reality. She’s the kind of mom who thinks her kids are sinless, The Walking Bread Raglan Baseball shirt they’re obviously just normal kids, like everyone else. One might make an argument that this was in poor taste, or simply not funny, but to say it’s sacrilegious is to not understand what’s going on. Proselytizing is an important part of Christianity, so I would never argue against that. But making up stuff like ‘this is sacrilegious’ when it obviously isn’t, is in itself surely sacrilegious, and thus hypocritical. No…bash her. She’s forcing her religion on a contest that should not have anything to do with religion. Sure, it’s a contest. But let her get away with it here and she’ll continue to do it elsewhere.