Discussion in 'Community' started by George Roper, Mar 10, 2013.
Does anyone know whether Samson and Goliath ever went toe-to-toe with one another? If so, who won?
who would win in a cagematch: jesus or moses?
Moses because his beard is cooler.
Pretty sure Jesus' water into wine special attack would be powerless against the awesome might of Moses' patented "Ten Commandments Takedown."
also because he's packing heat.
A communications disruption could mean only one thing: invasion.
i think moses is pretty much batman in this scenario and jesus is superman. its a batman/superman scenario as opposed to a superman/goku scenario, if you know what i mean
Also, when Jesus is walking on water, Moses can part the water causing Jesus to fall to the ground below before having the walls of water collapse back in, drowning Jesus.
Nah he'd call his buddy Jonah and say "come save me bro" and then Jonah would come and the fish that he's inside would eat Moses and stuff.
naw jonah is old testament. his team loyalty would naturally be to moses
Jesus could easily disguise his voice to sound like Moses ala The Terminator.
thats a good point but when jonah showed up the jig would probs be up
Even if Jonah showed up and Jesus multiplied the fish, Moses could just part the water and the fish die.
guys this video is very important to me because its, like, its jesus but its if jesus had lived in modern times and been a ass-clown hipster layabout instead of an actual teacher and prophet. pastor steven, the aging ex-punk who plays drums at my church, made it
My Bible Party:
So David is mostly useless and only worth a quick dip for other melee classes?
Can we discuss this bible?
He can tank.
I'm in the mood tonight for a reading from the Southern Comfort testament.
The Book of Bourbon
guys seriously please watch this its very important to me because im semi-illiterate and completely dead inside
5 minutes and 32 seconds....
No... I'm already late to my service at St. Al's Liquor.
Bourbon Chapter 2, Verse 19...
And Yea, the Bearded One shall be adorned with Lakers Jersey and flowing neckflocks. He shall sup on the golden nectar of that of Martin Wilkes Heron in New Orleans in 1874,and is now owned by the Brown-Forman Corporation.