Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Madonna teaches us morality

Madonna has recently launched a war on immorality, telling people they need to change their ways or they will go to hell.

"(People) are going to go to hell if they don't turn from Wicked behavior... The material world... the physical world. The world of illusion, that we think is real. We live for it, we're enslaved by it. It will ultimately be our undoing."

She must be confused with the fact that some Jewish rabbis are warning her that she will go to hell for writing a song about Yitzhak Luria, a 16th century Kabbalah scholar who some say founded the modern inception of the Jewish cult.

Hello kettle? This is the pot...

7 comments:

AT said...

I, for one, am glad that Madonna's looking out for the little guy. I'm still gonna keep that baby.

Cynthia Rae said...

Thank God Madonna is around to teach about morals! Now that she is a mother of two and "famous children's author", are we supose to forget about her boobie cones from the 90's and her table book called "sex"?

Where does she think all of her money came from?

Eff said...

Reality is fake? Well, she's a part of my reality, so why should I listen to her? Don't answer me, any of you, you're all fake. I'm not real either. Oh dear.

Sandra said...

Is she sickening or what? She earns a gazillion dollars as a Versace model, for Dog's sake, why is she lecturing people about the material world? What turned her all pinched and anal, she used to be so fun.

traveller one said...

Um .... ok... I read the Title of your post as "Madonna Teaches us MORTALITY"! Duh!

John Valentine said...

Soon Kenneth Lay will be telling us how we should all earn an honest living. Madonna's just like most folks, they pop out a couple of little cabbages and suddendly everything changes. Every mother I've ever known lives in denial of their BC (before children) life. Of course, it will be a hard sell to a child who knows their Mom was the all-time Pop Queen of Slut for 20 years.

Mike said...

So what's next? The Pope is going to launch his pop career?

Stick to what you're good at, Madonna (like me - when you find what it is)