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    Quote Originally Posted by buttmunch View Post
    What a crock of shit. Dogma was, if anything, an affirmation of spirituality. Meaning of Life? Not even Python at it's best but what it had to say about Catholics and Protestants was basically true. And the of of The Canterbury Tales were sex-drenched? Well, duh. So was the book. Miller's Tale anyone?

    Jesus, were they? Guess I shouldn't have stopped reading after 3 pages. I knocked it off as typical pontificating fluff (given the era).
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    Quote Originally Posted by southernbelle View Post
    I do, too. We were forced to watch a Michael Moore "documentary" in one of my classes this semester. It actually suggested that Cuba had better healthcare than the United States. I couldn't believe that there were people out there who actually took it seriously.
    Cuba provides health care to all its people unlike the US. Cuba may not have access to certain medicines and such but that is the result of the US embargo on Cuba. Cuba's health statistics are not far off the US particularly when you consider the United States spends much more per person but does not get a drastically better result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffy View Post
    Cuba provides health care to all its people unlike the US. Cuba may not have access to certain medicines and such but that is the result of the US embargo on Cuba. Cuba's health statistics are not far off the US particularly when you consider the United States spends much more per person but does not get a drastically better result.
    I find it highly ironic that Castro himself has doctors and surgeons flown in from other countries.

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    ^The rich and powerful always get special treatment because they can afford it. Same thing goes on in the US. Haven't you noticed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkdgirl View Post
    I find it highly ironic that Castro himself has doctors and surgeons flown in from other countries.
    but you also have a lot of people flying to cuba to get specialised treatment for certain things. health care in cuba is much better than most people imagine.
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    shhh stop ruining people's long clung-to impressions...
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    I'm not sure he was saing Cuba has better healthcare, just htat health care is available to all, not dependent on insurance. As someone who has lived out of the US quite a bit I can tell you that health care in teh states sucks, no matter how much you're paying. Give me Scandinavia any day of the week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by southernbelle View Post
    I'm surprised that "Saved!" wasn't on there. It was hilarious, but if there's any movie that flagrantly mocks Christianity, that's it.
    "I am FILLED with Christ's love! You are just jealous of my success in the Lord."- Says Hay-Fay as she throws a bible at Mary

    I really love this movie and Mandy Moore was sooo hilarious. I could quote her all day but that was my favorite line.

    Also love Dogma!
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    Quote Originally Posted by southernbelle View Post
    I didn't think that most of the movies on this list were "anti-Christian". I'm surprised that "Saved!" wasn't on there. It was hilarious, but if there's any movie that flagrantly mocks Christianity, that's it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Laxmobster View Post
    "I am FILLED with Christ's love! You are just jealous of my success in the Lord."- Says Hay-Fay as she throws a bible at Mary

    I really love this movie and Mandy Moore was sooo hilarious. I could quote her all day but that was my favorite line.

    I really liked Saved....my fav line was:

    -There's only one reason Christian girls go down to Planned Parenthood.

    -She's planting a pipe bomb?

    -Okay, two reasons.
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    I like it when Pastor Skip runs onto the stage at the pep rally, does a front flip, and screams "GIVE IT UP! THE LORD JESUS IS IN THE HOUSE! LET'S GET OUR CHRIST ON!!!!!"

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    Nobody has mentioned the wonderful movie by Robert Duvall where he portrais a PREACHER...

    very good movie....

    BTW El crimen de el Padre Amaro is great and Ana Claudia Talancon is YUMMMYYY

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    Quote Originally Posted by H. Lecter View Post
    Nobody has mentioned the wonderful movie by Robert Duvall where he portrais a PREACHER...

    very good movie....
    The Apostle. Also starring Farrah Fawcett. Yes a very good movie!!

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    ^^ Loved that movie!! Robert Duvall is one sexy old dude.

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    After seeing that one of the top preachers in the USA has a 747 SP for its "goodwill" trips.... that movie really strikes a chord...

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