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No.  The cheery Jesus ("Buddy Christ") was a creation of George Carlin's character in "Dogma."  He thought it was awful that the representation of our Savior was always such a downer.  :dance:

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16 hours ago, GeorgeStGeorge said:

No.  The cheery Jesus ("Buddy Christ") was a creation of George Carlin's character in "Dogma."  He thought it was awful that the representation of our Savior was always such a downer.  :dance:

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As messed up as that character was, I think he had a point.  There's been depictions of Jesus smiling and so on in recent years.   Also complected like he's from the Middle East. 

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See how easy that was?

Of course, not having seen the movie, Raf wouldn't know what the scene involved.  In a celebration after the defeat of the Nazis, a Russian general (through his interpreter) asked if Patton would join him in a drink.  Patton's response, "I'm not drinking with any Russian son of a b-tch."  The interpreter was loathe to relay that message, but Patton insisted.  The Russian replied that he thought Patton was a son of a b-tch, as well.  Patton laughed and said he WOULD drink, as "one son of a b-tch with another."

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4 hours ago, GeorgeStGeorge said:

See how easy that was?

Of course, not having seen the movie, Raf wouldn't know what the scene involved.  In a celebration after the defeat of the Nazis, a Russian general (through his interpreter) asked if Patton would join him in a drink.  Patton's response, "I'm not drinking with any Russian son of a b-tch."  The interpreter was loathe to relay that message, but Patton insisted.  The Russian replied that he thought Patton was a son of a b-tch, as well.  Patton laughed and said he WOULD drink, as "one son of a b-tch with another."

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Never saw the movie, but that's a neat moment.

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I believe a gsc-er gave me this movie, though to be honest I cannot recall who and I've, um, lost touch with a couple.

 

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Gettysburg.

Great scene. Temporary truce so confederate soldier can savor some union coffee while the union soldier enjoyed southern tobackey.

 

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With Rick Moranis and Ellen Greene singing, that must be "Little Shop of Horrors."  It's been a long time since I've seen it, so I'm not sure what's happening on screen.

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That's the end of the Skid Row (Downtown) song, and at this point you realize Moranis has the singing chops to pull this off.

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That's the movie and the scene.  Woody and Diane were part of a resistance against an overbearing government.  The Fearless Leader had died, but they saved his nose for cloning.  After trying to sneak off with the nose failed, Woody held it hostage,  :biglaugh:

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