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Bill Maher finally does it

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He tweeted that Jesus really f**ked The Golden Calf of Bristol because of his poor performance on Christmas Eve.

I knew he'd finally go too far. Asshole.

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i dont think he meant fuged as in fornicate, but as let The Golden Calf of Bristol down

he is an asshole however

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I just hope that Jesus gave The Golden Calf of Bristol some lip stick, cause I don't know about him, but I'd like to look pretty if I'm gonna be getting fuged!

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He's a comedian who says inflammatory things to rattle your cages.

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that's too far...? :rolleyes:

What would you say if The Golden Calf of Bristol was Muslim and Maher said "Muhammad really f**ked The Golden Calf of Bristol over" after a bad performance?

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'ok'

wtf am i supposed to say...? much worse has been said about jesus, The Golden Calf of Bristol and muhammad... no point in getting butt hurt about it

and no point in making it christian again muslim (or other religions altogether)... that's what's wrong with religion today. the argument of 'what if it was so-and-so religion?' is the dumbest argument in the book

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