Jews Against Plastic are creating A Plastic Statue is an Idol
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Back in 2015, after publishing "The Book of Santa Claus" on the corner of Santa Claus Lane and Superman Avenue during a series of Lunar Eclipses on Passover, Sukkot, a Solar Eclipse over the North Pole on the Ecclesiastical New Year, and two more Lunar Eclipses on Passover and Sukkot, I took a vow from the Bible: Numbers 6, the Nazarite. At first I did it because I wanted to see if I would look like Jesus when I grew my hair out, and I also wanted to follow the Lord on faith. A few years later, I would discover that the vow of the Nazarite was hinting at something: a prohibition on plastic statues.

First, let's start with a common theme in the Bible: "don't worship statues."

Now, let's look at the Nazarite from Numbers 6. Firstly, I don't trim the hair on my head because that's what it tells me to do. Secondly, the vow forbids grapes, wine, fermented drink, being around dead humans, and vinegar. At first, it was really hard to not eat grapes, but eventually I Iearned to look out for foods that had grapes. Not drinking alcohol is pretty easy. The hard part was staying away from vinegar. It's in food everywhere: ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, soy sauce, BBQ sauce, ranch, thousand island, condiments, salad dressing, fastfood, slowfood, stir-fry, and a lot of meals everywhere.

Let's take the prohibition on "fermented drink" and think about a "fermented drink" 3500 years ago. Fermentation causes carbonation, and a lot of Torah is written to guide our meditation when we think: the vow of the Nazarite is hinting at carbonated beverages like Coke, Pepsi, Sprite, Mtn Dew, Dr. Pepper, 7-Up, Fanta, Ginger Ale, Root-Beer, and others.

So what do all of these things have in common: Coke, Pepsi, Sprite, Mtn Sew, Dr. Pepper, 7-Up, Fanta, Ginger Ale, Root-Beer, ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, soy sauce, BBQ sauce, ranch, thousand island, condiments, salad dressing, grapes, wine, fermented drink, et al?

All of those things come in little plastic containers!

Now let us combine the idea "don't worship statues" with the prohibitions found in Numbers 6 "The Nazarite" and complete the thought the Lord started 3500 years ago:

Plastic statues are prohibited in the Bible, so now I'm starting "Jews Against Plastic".
Tiers
I'll put in my 2 shekels
$2 or more per month
Thanks so much, every little bit helps
Nick > Plastic Figurines
$10 or more per month
Instead of spending $10 on plastic figurines, you gave me $10? That's so nice of you! Someone doesn't believe that plastic statue worshiping is a problem? Put them on the phone with me and I'll let them know what's up.
The Holy Grail
$25 or more per month
Jesus Christ, you're generous. I'm going to send you the Holy Grail, a reusable 20oz stainless steel mug that will allow you to avoid using plastic figurines. Plus, if you need to convince a friend that we have an existential plastic problem, I'm just one call away. 
I Believe
$50 or more per month
True faith deserves true reciprocation. 
Cam Girls Sell a Graven Image
$200 or more per month
I don't know what to say. You must see the light. Moses did part the Red Sea, Jesus was raised from the dead, and Muhammad saw heaven. Hallelujah. 
Existential Crisis
$500 or more per month
It's OK to fear the Lord. Really, I cannot understand why anyone around here runs gambling houses, builds Towers of Babel, or worships statues and figurines. Yes, we can be friends on Facebook and I'll respond to you the same way I do to all my Fb friends.
Goals
$23 of $500 per month
If we hit $500/month, then I'll post a series of videos where I go into businesses and teach them about plastic & their idolatrous ways.
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Back in 2015, after publishing "The Book of Santa Claus" on the corner of Santa Claus Lane and Superman Avenue during a series of Lunar Eclipses on Passover, Sukkot, a Solar Eclipse over the North Pole on the Ecclesiastical New Year, and two more Lunar Eclipses on Passover and Sukkot, I took a vow from the Bible: Numbers 6, the Nazarite. At first I did it because I wanted to see if I would look like Jesus when I grew my hair out, and I also wanted to follow the Lord on faith. A few years later, I would discover that the vow of the Nazarite was hinting at something: a prohibition on plastic statues.

First, let's start with a common theme in the Bible: "don't worship statues."

Now, let's look at the Nazarite from Numbers 6. Firstly, I don't trim the hair on my head because that's what it tells me to do. Secondly, the vow forbids grapes, wine, fermented drink, being around dead humans, and vinegar. At first, it was really hard to not eat grapes, but eventually I Iearned to look out for foods that had grapes. Not drinking alcohol is pretty easy. The hard part was staying away from vinegar. It's in food everywhere: ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, soy sauce, BBQ sauce, ranch, thousand island, condiments, salad dressing, fastfood, slowfood, stir-fry, and a lot of meals everywhere.

Let's take the prohibition on "fermented drink" and think about a "fermented drink" 3500 years ago. Fermentation causes carbonation, and a lot of Torah is written to guide our meditation when we think: the vow of the Nazarite is hinting at carbonated beverages like Coke, Pepsi, Sprite, Mtn Dew, Dr. Pepper, 7-Up, Fanta, Ginger Ale, Root-Beer, and others.

So what do all of these things have in common: Coke, Pepsi, Sprite, Mtn Sew, Dr. Pepper, 7-Up, Fanta, Ginger Ale, Root-Beer, ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, soy sauce, BBQ sauce, ranch, thousand island, condiments, salad dressing, grapes, wine, fermented drink, et al?

All of those things come in little plastic containers!

Now let us combine the idea "don't worship statues" with the prohibitions found in Numbers 6 "The Nazarite" and complete the thought the Lord started 3500 years ago:

Plastic statues are prohibited in the Bible, so now I'm starting "Jews Against Plastic".

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Tiers
I'll put in my 2 shekels
$2 or more per month
Thanks so much, every little bit helps
Nick > Plastic Figurines
$10 or more per month
Instead of spending $10 on plastic figurines, you gave me $10? That's so nice of you! Someone doesn't believe that plastic statue worshiping is a problem? Put them on the phone with me and I'll let them know what's up.
The Holy Grail
$25 or more per month
Jesus Christ, you're generous. I'm going to send you the Holy Grail, a reusable 20oz stainless steel mug that will allow you to avoid using plastic figurines. Plus, if you need to convince a friend that we have an existential plastic problem, I'm just one call away. 
I Believe
$50 or more per month
True faith deserves true reciprocation. 
Cam Girls Sell a Graven Image
$200 or more per month
I don't know what to say. You must see the light. Moses did part the Red Sea, Jesus was raised from the dead, and Muhammad saw heaven. Hallelujah. 
Existential Crisis
$500 or more per month
It's OK to fear the Lord. Really, I cannot understand why anyone around here runs gambling houses, builds Towers of Babel, or worships statues and figurines. Yes, we can be friends on Facebook and I'll respond to you the same way I do to all my Fb friends.