Birthday Bible Reading

As today is my birthday, I thought I should post my latest Bible reading, as the members’ version features me playing a brand new piano piece—in only my birthday suit! I am currently working on several piano pieces for… well, hopefully you will see soon enough! Oh, and if you would like to send me a birthday present, check out my Amazon wish list.

UPDATE: YouTube has decided to wish me a happy birthday by suspending my YouTube account, even though my videos did not breach their guidelines at all (this is similar to what they did to my Blasphemy Challenge video). This is totally outrageous censorship of atheists’ right to free speech!

I’ve now updated this post as well as the other sexy Bible reading posts to display the videos from my new, unlisted YouTube channel—together with links to locally hosted versions for all the people who can’t access YouTube, and to give us backups just in case YouTube censors my channel again.

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Happy Birthday Sachiko!

  
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Have a wonderful b-day!

  
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Happy birthday Sachiko! You have a great way of putting things .
I hope your birthday was a good one.

  
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Happy Birthday, Sachiko!
I love your wit. Very kind of you to give us such a lovely present.

  
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Happy Birthday!!!! I hope your special day is filled with Joy and Love!!!!

  
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all ur videos got deleted by youtoube.

I didn´t expect that and it´s really depressing…

:(

  
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Happy Birthday Sachiko!
Looks like YouTube took your video down.

  
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Thanks for the birthday wishes everyone, but it looks like YouTube has totally ruined it for all of us.

  
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Happy Birthday Sachiko!

  
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Happy Birthday Sachiko!

This is the first time in eight months I’ve been able to logon to any of your sites. We’ve had terrible e-mail/internet connectivity while on deployment and while I was able to get online with my laptop in a few places when inport, your sites were block by the goverments of the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Bahrain. So I’ve got quite a bit of catching up to do!

Take care and again Happy Birthday!

John

  
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Welcome back John – we were starting to worry about you! I guess that’s another reason there isn’t much point in me doing readings of the Koran – I’ll just be blocked by Muslim governments anyway.

  
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Pathetic Google You Tube censoring the internet with its prudish attitude again.

  
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Sorry that your profile got suspended, is there anywhere else you can upload the videos?

  
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@E – I think we’ll probably upload them here – I don’t feel safe putting them on any other site now!

  
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http://www.youtube.com/user/ljmac

ur profile and 3 videos r still there.

I don´t think it´s about “prudish”, I guess a lot of “religious” ppl complained and threatened youtube.

u could try myspace, I have a few videos on myspace, that allways get deleted after a few hours on youtube, on myspace nobody seems to care.

  
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Actually, that’s not my profile, that’s my webmaster’s. And I’ve already been censored by MySpace!

  
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Happy belated Birthday and happy Anniversary! :) Sorry to hear about the suspension. :( http://vimeo.com is a good alternative.

  
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Thanks for the birthday wishes and the suggestion Joe, but I don’t know if they would censor me too!

  
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I would still like to see it. You could post it to a media sharing site like http://www.mediafire.com/ or https://www.dropbox.com

  
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At this stage, I think we’ll simply re-post them here – I just hope the bandwidth isn’t too much. :-)

  
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Are the uncensored ones still available in the members area?

  
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Absolutely – all the full length, adults only versions are still available in my site’s members’ section.

  
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Thanks Sachiko, look what you did now!

Don’t you know Google/you tube is in negotiations with all of those countries with large Muslim populations. You and your playing the piano for Jesus in the nude just incensed Allah. That’s why the floods in Pakistan and China were the largest in recorded history, and why porn was put on all the Capital building’s monitors in Malaysia at the start of Ramadan!

Don’t you realize the cause of all mankind’s woes are women?
Just look at what that trollop Eve did! She ruined everything forever! Forever!!!!!! 11111 eleventy!!!

Of course I’m kidding. Thanks for the present on your birthday.

It is a shame that google/youtube went “yoink” on your youtube videos, but there is no freedom of speech guarantee on corporate websites unless you hide content behind a payment firewall. Just, in the end, the freedom to pursue brand loyalty and corporate survival (i.e. money) is all a corporation can be expected to support. Unfortunately supporting religion supports the access to a big pile of potential money sources (~4 Trillion US Dollars worth, is donated every year to religious groups or groups with religious affiliation).

Athiests don’t represent in the dollar category, so they don’t get equal representation in the corporate world.

Plus, what’s the push to change anything from a corporate standpoint? If people are silly enough to still put so much of their lives towards the brand loyalty of religion, then they are going to be that much easier to mold to be brand loyal to brand X, and they’ll even put some energy into sticking with brand X as they do when challenged about religion. I mean they can’t be wrong about their car purchase, or the company that employs them or any other of their major investments or hobbies that they spend so much time on.

Belief and the fear of being mistaken – two strange attractors of society that inhibits most progress in the world today.

  
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I wrote the below playfully, so please take it in the spirit it’s intended…

I don’t really have anything against Christianity but I did enjoy your sermon.. it wasn’t so much the verbal content so much as the image I conjured of you preaching to a very austere, well dressed congregation, all suits and ties on the men, ladies in very conservative garb, all sitting upright and listening to you expound The Word..however… all the men sat with zippers down, cocks at full mast, rigid and throbbing, as their wives stroked them in their white gloved hands…. gives you new imagery for the reference in The Lord’s Prayer when they speak of “my rod and my staff…” doesn’t it? Craig.

  
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@Tengu999 – That is a very interesting image. :-)

  
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Hello Sachiko. I’m glad you liked the image I conjured up.. and speaking of which, given your antipathy toward the Church, perhaps you should consider forming your own Secular Sexual Inquistion, actively reversing the role of the Church in modern day society. You would make a very distinguished and electrifying Torquemada, dresssed in the flowing robes of The Grand Inquisitor, but tailored to maintain your usual erotic self-presentation, with your delicious looking breasts exposed, the hem split up the sides to reveal your lovely legs, and open in the front to exhibit your nicely trimmed brush.

I could see you having ministers, bishops and other true believers brought to you and put into the stocks as was done in medieval/Renaissance Europe and early colonial America, bent over at the waist, their heads and hands in the wooden frames, but with their pants and underwear down around their ankles and, while you lectured them on the fallacies of their outdated beliefs, emphasizing your points with a cane across their quivering ass-cheeks…unless of course you prefer to be your instruction to be ecouraging rather than punitive and instead mearly reached between their legs and squeezing their balls in an encouraging and gratifying way. And needless to say, you’re welcome to squeeze and caress my balls anytime. Enjoy your upcoming weekend. Whatever you do and wherever you go, I hope it puts a smile on your face. Craig.

  
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@Tengu999 – Sounds good to me, and very funny too!

  
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Hi Sachiko,

Enjoyed your bible reading no end – I admit studying christian theology for many years, although your unique delivery has to rank as one of the most lively- giving me a new lease of life in the process!

Unfortunately, it’s not theologically correct to state “the old testament is not good anymore”. A careful study of the Gospels reveal Jesus mentioned the central tenet of christianity hinges on what the Prophets (of The Old Testament) thought was important: “Love thy God with all thy might, and love thy neighbor as thy self”. Indeed, Jesus was a “rabbi” (and therefore a scholar of the Old Testament).

Later, you quote a passage from Matthew, interpreting Jesus’ message of loving “family” more than him as an act of “jealousy”. With respect, this is a misinterpretation – Jesus is making the very important point that loving family more than salvation is a self-serving act. It’s easy to love one’s family, but much harder to love one’s perceived enemy. Indeed, Jesus considered his followers brothers and sisters, part of the Family Of Man.

It’s also a misinterpretation to consider Jesus encouraged “war” within families. Throughout his Mission on earth, he showed compassion to children, women and men. Indeed, he was brutally sacrificed as an expedient between two warring parties, the Sanhedrin and Romans.

Happy birthday…

Kind Regards, NB

  
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Hi NB, and welcome to my blog! I am very well aware that it’s not theologically correct to state “the old testament is not good anymore” – that was an important part of my argument. As for Biblical interpretations, that’s an important part of my argument too – the supposedly “immutable word of God” is far too open to interpretation, and is full of contradictions. The Bible clearly is not the word of God, but the work of bronze age religious scholars.

  
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Dear Sachiko & Fellow Contributors,

Sorry I did not reply earlier (I found “the recent comments” section by chance).

Of course, you’re correct. Both Testaments are by early scholars (including Jesus Himself). When debating theology with my more atheistic friends, I point out at least four scholars reported on Jesus’ Life, at a moment in history when almost everyone was illiterate. Today, this is overlooked. But, in fact, is an extraordinary event.

Regarding the “immutable word of God”, I am reminded of Moses’ reported “encounter” with The Almighty. Moses asked to see God’s “face” to which God replied “noone can look on my face and live”. This story allows me to understand how “mutable” we humans remain…

The greatest fallacy in human society is an incredibly dangerous one. The idea that we can be as powerful as God. The Hebrews claimed their God, Yahweh, is the real one… The quiet one… (An idea roundly mocked throughout human history).

However, if He is, we have to accept we aren’t like Him at all… Agreed?

Kind Regards, NB

  
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LOVEYOULOVEYOULOVEYOU4EVER

  
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