Namrepus221 wrote:Acctaully Ben would kinda know when he bought the property (the place is supposidly haunted remember)
Also ppl have been bringing up good arguements that why would belentine want to further descerate an indian sacred ground by having a ceremony on Ben's property (Any one else remember Poltergeist?).
Honeslty. Ben should let her do it. Just charge them an arm and a leg to rent out the place.
I think Ralph had a brain fart when he wrote this cause it doesn't make any logical sense for the how and why.
TMLutas wrote:Wiccans make precious little logical sense. How a religion that maybe dates back to the 1920s can stand making the claims they do without spontaneously combusting of embarrassment is a mystery to me.
You know, some of that land was bought, fair and square. The Manhattans, for instance gave up their title to their ancient lands for a whole ~$50 in trinkets. Then again, their "ancient lands" it was discovered later, had only been moved onto about 50 years prior so who was conning who? The Dutch got the better of the deal but there's nothing unfair about that. Hard work made New Amsterdam, not theft.
Madmoonie wrote:Actually, Sharuuk, Beltane did NOT know that Ben was in charge of the arcade when she went there to ask...about whatever it is she wanted.
From the dialog in the first panel of this latest strip, I get the impression she left for a bit and then came back...
Persephone_Kore wrote:I think by the time he asked her straight out why she'd come, it was probably better to go ahead and tell him. (I wonder if the "What's that supposed to mean?" was partly an attempt to dodge via belligerence.) No matter how oblivious she might be to anything else, I'm guessing she has figured out by this point that she is not likely to get what she wants out of Ben.
Mumbling "Oh, never mind" and slinking off, however, is not her usual style and would probably just make Ben suspicious.
Well, at least it would make ME suspicious!
MikeVanPelt wrote:I heard one Wiccan, quite a few years ago, say he liked Wicca because "It's a religion you make up as you go along."
rangers wrote:MikeVanPelt wrote:I heard one Wiccan, quite a few years ago, say he liked Wicca because "It's a religion you make up as you go along."
I remember saying something similar about being a Methodist once. Back when I was young and stupid.
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