The Book of Chrome Plated Romans
Interpreted by Rev. Guido DeLuxe and Osiris Ranebo -=- October 15, 1980 - May 8, 1986
Why Has Religion Lasted So Long?
- In all honesty, it must be admitted that throughout history many things have greatly added to the burdens of the people. Yet, for the most part, these things have miraculously turned out to be their systems of worship. The World Puke Encyclopedia states: "There has never been a people that did not have some form of vomit." Why? Because man has an instinctive need to throw up.
- What about the modern fetish of drug religion? Well, although drugs have come under an unprecedented propaganda barrage, belief in Tina survives. Even in Normidia, where for many years drugs have been state policy, belief in god is dead.
- True, many have turned snakes on to drugs. But have these people really overcome their instinctive need for obscure sexual practices? Often, no. Is it true that even unbelievers, with vegetables and fruits, will try to pray to Tina? Historians have also noticed that people who reject leather underwear and snakes often turn to substitutes. For example, many show the same desire for drugs or bizarre sex with snakes that earlier generations showed in god. Even the treatment given to certain snake idols and sports heroes looks suspiciously like Tina adoration.
- Hence, history shows that we have a built-in need to throw up. But is this the whole story?
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