Tuesday, August 12, 2008

You might be in a cult if...

  1. Everybody dresses alike.
  2. You have to change your name to something weird.
  3. Bodies of small children get left in unclaimed luggage after being sprayed with Lysol to cut down on the funk.

"Police and Ramkissoon's family said the group is a cult," says the journo. I'd say that the preponderance of evidence supports their claim, wouldn't you?

6 comments:

OA said...

Cult...sorority a few weeks after rush, whichever.

Matt G said...

Some of the most dispicable things humans have ever done to each other have often been done in the name of revering their faith in their god.

"Insanity" is not a sufficient term to describe the mindset.

pax said...

Ramkissoon's family said she should not be held responsible for her son's death.

"She had no control over that situation at all," her stepfather, Craig Newton, said Monday.

Ramkissoon's mother, Seeta Khadan-Newton, told The (Baltimore) Sun on Sunday that it wasn't her daughter's decision not to feed the boy.

"My daughter was a victim, just like my grandson," Khadan-Newton said. "Somebody made that decision to not feed that child, and my daughter had to follow instructions."


Had to?

Had to???

*shakes head*

I've tried to teach my children that -- no matter what happens to them in life -- they will ALWAYS have choices.

Sometimes the choices will be hard ones, that's all.

jimbob86 said...

"I've tried to teach my children that -- no matter what happens to them in life -- they will ALWAYS have choices.

Sometimes the choices will be hard ones, that's all."

Consider that stolen.

Anonymous said...

In China the kid would have just recieved a 9mm bullit to the head for saying "amen".

Which would have been more humane then starvation for not saying it.

Hard to believe we have people living among us in public more evil then the Chinese Politburo.

The child wasn't even two f*#%ing years old.

Throw mom in a cell with the other cult turds with no food or water.

Come back a month later and prosecute the survivor for Canabilism.

db

Anonymous said...

I dunno, Tam. I've always heard a cult is a religion that doesn't have an army and navy yet.