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Desc:Drinking and lots of sh@#-talking were done with this game, although we called it 'Wrath of God'
Category:Religious, Video Games
Tags:LOL XTIANS, bad games, jacobs ladder, not for the snes, multi-part is broken
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Just so all you fuckheads know:

I ruled on the Jacob's Ladder mini-game. It actually got the point where its highscore section was filled with nothing but my name.

And we played it on the most difficult setting, which only changed the questions to really obscure bible verses (mostly because there were at least four dudes willing to drink and play the game), so not only is this douche in the video a bitch at mini-games, he's also a pussy at bible trivia (PROTIP: Just hit a button as soon as the question is asked, you get more points the quicker you answer, if it happens to be correct).
I'm fascinated by the psychological impact of "Do Unto Others". The implication is that if you don't help your opponent win, you are a bad Christian. But then why bother trying at the game in the first place?

Yeah, "Holier than Thou" would seem to be more accurate.

Do unto others! Remember, be selfless and give!

Kick the idols in the melting pot! Remember to steal points from your opponents by kicking their idols in!

No wonder the Westboro girl was so confused she asked questions and got kicked out.
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