Guess What The Society’s Latest Trainwreck Is All About? (HINT: Apparently Deaf People Shouldn’t Masturbate.)

Dude trapped in a box.

Either the Society wants you to know that only deaf people can prevent masturbation or this guy is trapped in an invisible box.

Yeah, you thought the Society’s use of “mentally diseased” to describe apostates 1 showed poor judgment. Then they came out with that video about Sparlock and suddenly, the Governing Body’s lack of judgment went viral! Surely they’ve learned the error of their ways by now, right?

Right??

BEHOLD! The Atheist Geek brings you the awesomest, bestest, most fantastic example of Watchtower goofiness yet. Are you sitting down? Probably. You might want to lay down to avoid falling out of your chair for this one, though. Get it while it’s still available!

Here it is, kids. Just watch it. I dare you not to laugh. Be sure to click on the link once the Society yanks it down. (Snicker.)

Special thanks to Danmera for finding this!

Here’s another version of the video in case the one below get’s pulled. Or whatever.

 

  1. Unless you still believe in their “truth” and their organization, you’re one!

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3 Responses to Guess What The Society’s Latest Trainwreck Is All About? (HINT: Apparently Deaf People Shouldn’t Masturbate.)

  1. becky says:

    Dude! How do I join The First Atheist Church? I’m currently a member of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, but I would like to expand my religious experience. I’m also an ex-JayDub turned atheist.
    Ooops. After 29 years a JayDub, I accidentally considered the possibility that other ideas might be true, and found myself laughing at the absurdities I was hearing in the congregation.

    • First Church of Atheism: http://firstchurchofatheism.com/

      Spiritual Humanism: http://www.spiritualhumanism.org/

      I have registered with both these groups. I actually carry a card saying I’m an ordained minister of spiritual humanism.

      Compare prices for the packages before you take this step. :-)

      There’s also a Duddist church some have joined. My best friend and I actually made up a religion we called Duddism in high school, so that always stuck with me.

      It only had 5 Commandments because they were easier to remember than 10.

  2. CyniQ says:

    A friend stumbled [hehe] onto your blog and sent me here. Interesting stuff. I was born a JW. 5th generation, actually. I do not currently hold any belief in a deity or anything supernatural. But religious subject matter still fascinates me, particularly JW stuff.

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