History EvenEvilHasStandards / MythologyAndReligion

4th Aug '16 12:12:56 PM MaulMachine
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** Which falls apart completely under scrutiny, given that rats were a pestilence for sailors, ate their food, gave them fleas and sickness, and wasted water when they got into it.
26th Oct '15 2:47:39 PM Julia1984
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* {{Jesus}} mentioned that even an evil father would not give his son a stone, when the son asked for bread, or a serpent when the son asked for a fish, when he compares them to how the Father in Heaven is willing to give good gifts to those who ask Him.

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* {{Jesus}} mentioned that even an evil father would not give his son a stone, when the son asked for bread, or a serpent when the son asked for a fish, when he compares contrasts them to how the Father in Heaven Heaven, who is willing to give good gifts to those who ask Him.
19th Apr '15 8:34:14 PM nombretomado
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* In UsefulNotes/AztecMythology, Tezcatlipoca is often shown as [[JerkassGod a jerk]], stealing others' wives and being unnecessarily violent, judgmental, and downright sadistic. However, he had a [[PetTheDog soft spot for slaves]], and anyone who made [[TooDumbToLive the mistake]] of mistreating them [[PapaWolf would face]] [[RoaringRampageofRevenge his wrath]].

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* In UsefulNotes/AztecMythology, Myth/AztecMythology, Tezcatlipoca is often shown as [[JerkassGod a jerk]], stealing others' wives and being unnecessarily violent, judgmental, and downright sadistic. However, he had a [[PetTheDog soft spot for slaves]], and anyone who made [[TooDumbToLive the mistake]] of mistreating them [[PapaWolf would face]] [[RoaringRampageofRevenge his wrath]].
11th Apr '15 12:26:12 PM EDP
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* When Jason dumped Medea, he offended his patron goddess Hera, goddess of marriage and rightly infamous for the sadistic punishments she issued to her husband's lovers. Yet Medea's rampage on her unfaithful husband was so ferocious and sadistic that Hera couldn't add ''anything'' to that aside from taking back her patronage and letting Medea's revenge stand.
23rd Oct '14 3:53:37 PM Shimegi
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** Which doesn't make much sense, as Lucifer had to have rebelled from God before he brought sin into the world, which means there was nothing yet for him to object to.
10th Oct '13 10:06:42 AM Tuckerscreator
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** Which doesn't make much sense, as Lucifer had to have rebelled from God before he brought sin into the world, which means there was nothing yet for him to object to.
10th Oct '13 9:42:58 AM LadyJafaria
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* In one of Grimm's fairy tales, a young man is sleeping in the woods when some bandits find him and notice that he's carrying a letter from the king (who's trying to get rid of the man) to the queen that says PleaseShootTheMessenger. The bandit leader says "That's a dirty trick!" , changes the letter so that it tells her to reward him instead, and leaves the young man alone.
22nd Aug '13 12:55:32 PM WZA
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** Another depiction claims that Pilate was just as disgusted at Caiaphas and the Jews bringing him and the rest of Rome into what should have been a Jewish internal matter (all for the sake of their being able to [[CruelAndUnusualDeath execute him]] as opposed to, say, life imprisonment), though that doesn't seem to detract from his not finding Jesus guilty.

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** Another depiction claims that Pilate was just as disgusted at Caiaphas and the Jews bringing him and the rest of Rome into what should have been a Jewish internal matter (all for the sake of their being able to [[CruelAndUnusualDeath execute him]] him as opposed to, say, life imprisonment), though that doesn't seem to detract from his not finding Jesus guilty.
22nd Aug '13 12:55:10 PM WZA
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** Another depiction claims that Pilate was just as disgusted at Caiaphas and the Jews bringing him and the rest of Rome into what should have been a Jewish internal matter (all for the sake of a [[CruelAndUnusualDeath method of execution]]), though that doesn't seem to detract from his not finding Jesus guilty.
*** Actually, although the Jews were permitted a certain amount of self-rule, death sentences had to be passed by the Roman governor. And even before the time of the gospels, 'hanging from a stake' was a form of Roman execution.

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** Another depiction claims that Pilate was just as disgusted at Caiaphas and the Jews bringing him and the rest of Rome into what should have been a Jewish internal matter (all for the sake of a their being able to [[CruelAndUnusualDeath method of execution]]), execute him]] as opposed to, say, life imprisonment), though that doesn't seem to detract from his not finding Jesus guilty.
*** Actually, although the Jews were permitted a certain amount of self-rule, death sentences had to be passed by the Roman governor. And even before the time of the gospels, 'hanging from a stake' was a form of Roman execution.
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13th Jul '13 8:09:06 PM Stanton2
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* There's a folktale about how TheDevil made a bargain with an old woman to break up a happy couple he had been trying to split apart for years. The woman offers to break the couple apart for a pair of new shoes, and does so by telling the husband that the wife is trying to kill him behind the wife's back, while secretly instructing the wife to remove a mole from the husband's neck in the dead of night. Scratch sees everything, and [[GOneHorriblyRight even he's shocked]] by how underhandedly wicked the old woman's plot is, to the point where he hands her the new shoes using a long stick, saying how he was disgusted by how the husband was tricked into cruelly throwing the wife out of the house.

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* There's a folktale about how TheDevil made a bargain with an old woman to break up a happy couple he had been trying to split apart for years. The woman offers to break the couple apart for a pair of new shoes, and does so by telling the husband that the wife is trying to kill him behind the wife's back, while secretly instructing the wife to remove a mole from the husband's neck in the dead of night. Scratch sees everything, and [[GOneHorriblyRight [[GoneHorriblyRight even he's shocked]] by how underhandedly wicked the old woman's plot is, to the point where he hands her the new shoes using a long stick, saying how he was disgusted by how the husband was tricked into cruelly throwing the wife out of the house.
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