I had the most awesome collection of their comics 'till I moved across the country and tossed them all out.
Hey, Trey. Yeah, I had an older brother who turned me onto those Chick pamphlets in the early 70s... their material was so far out that it was a gas, at least at the time, to read the stuff - strictly for laughs, mind you. We were raised Catholic but my brothers and I rejected the church fairly quick - even so, these religious comics were so over the top and foreign to us, it had all the lure of sideshow attraction. I actually enjoyed it more for the imaginative drawings and all the fascinating stereotypes they so effortlessly dredged up. The embedded messages were about as subtle as a sledgehammer to the head, which made them all the more charming in their lunacy. Quite the cottage industry, as it turns out.
I must lead a sheltered life as the "god put the dinosaur bones here to test our faith" is something I didn't think actual people believed. About as idiotic as god created evolution to test the faith of scientists.
I have been tested and found wanting my lord. Therefore you do not exist and can kiss my Śss. The invisible pink unicorn is a more plausible explanation as she (bbhhh) has been a lifelong thorn in my scientific paw as I know she is pink because she is invisible and she is invisible because I have never seen her.
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