The last supper was originally meant to be the last time that Jesus saw all his disciples before he was captured but in the painting to Jesus right hand side there is a woman (who Dan Brown & some website guy claims is mary magdaline). According to the bible all the disciples were males and quite a few people seem to think that Jesus and Mary were man and wife.
Click on the link and press slideshow if your interested.
> no.. I've watch the film.
Based on the story from the bible?
> how do you know that, is that something you read in the bible?
no.. I've watch the film.
> Light wrote:
> You mean like Michael Moore claiming the US elections were stolen in
> 2000? He misses simple facts, such as the woman who made the critical
> decision (on the counting) was following the law (that no one had
> previously contested and applied to both parties).
Heh. I love when you make comments like this when you have never actually seen or read anything by him. He misses simple facts? So tell me, the woman who made the critical decision being Bush's campaign manager in the Florida campaign; how come you missed that 'simple fact'?
Lest you be ready to doubt me...
FAHRENHEIT 9/11: Michael Moore Said - “Make sure the chairman of your campaign is also the vote countin’ woman and that her state has hired a company that’s gonna knock voters off the rolls who aren’t likely to vote for you. You can usually tell them by the color of their skin.”
And where did he get this info from? Well...
“The vote total was certified by Florida's secretary of state, Katherine Harris, head of the Bush campaign in Florida, on behalf of Gov. Jeb Bush, the candidate's brother.” Mark Zoller Seitz, “Bush Team Conveyed an Air of Legitimacy,” San Diego Union-Tribune, December 16, 2000.
The Florida Department of State awarded a $4 million contract to the Boca Raton-based Database Technologies Inc. (subsidiary of ChoicePoint). They were tasked with finding improperly registered voters in the state’s database, but mistakes were rampant. “At one point, the list included as felons 8,000 former Texas residents who had been convicted of misdemeanors.” St. Petersburg Times (Florida), December 21, 2003.
Database Technologies, a subsidiary of ChoicePoint, “was responsible for bungling an overhaul of Florida’s voter registration records, with the result that thousands of people, disproportionately black, were disenfranchised in the 2000 election. Had they been able to vote, they might have swung the state, and thus the presidency, for Al Gore, who lost in Florida. Oliver Burkeman, Jo Tuckman, “Firm in Florida Election Fiasco Earns Millions from Files on Foreigners,” The Guardian, May 5, 2003. See also, Atlanta-Journal-Constitution, May 28, 2001.
In 1997, Rick Rozar, the late head of the company bought by ChoicePoint, donated $100,000 to the Republican National Committee. Melanie Eversley, “Atlanta-Based Company Says Errors in Felon Purge Not Its Fault,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, May 28, 2001. Frank Borman of Database Technologies Inc. has donated extensively to New Mexico Republicans, as well as to the Presidential campaign of George W. Bush. Opensecrets.org, “Frank Borman.”
Seriously Bell; if you're gonna continue to crusade against that nasty fat man, I'd make the effort to actually study some of his work. Otherwise you end up looking particularly stupid. In fact, the only way you could look stupider is if you (a man who has lived with his parents his whole life, who spent his university years living at home, and who quite probably still lives at home) starts pontificating about life in "the real world". What's that? You already have? Oh....
> Y'know, like Bell does with Michael Moore for example.
You mean like Michael Moore claiming the US elections were stolen in 2000? He misses simple facts, such as the woman who made the critical decision (on the counting) was following the law (that no one had previously contested and applied to both parties).
Y'know, like Bell does with Michael Moore for example.