Author Topic: Les Dernières Heures de Jesus en Playmobil  (Read 624 times)

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Re: Les Dernières Heures de Jesus en Playmobil
« Reply #10 on: April 16, 2017, 12:21:01 »
Here's a picture you'll like: some Christians about to be murdered in the arena!

Not really my thing. However, do note they are ABOUT to be eaten. Not actually BEING eaten. World of difference there.
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Re: Les Dernières Heures de Jesus en Playmobil
« Reply #11 on: April 16, 2017, 12:24:34 »
Well the Jesus klicky is not actually being crucified. In reality it's a little piece of plastic on a stick. No blood!
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Re: Les Dernières Heures de Jesus en Playmobil
« Reply #12 on: April 16, 2017, 12:44:11 »
Well the Jesus klicky is not actually being crucified. In reality it's a little piece of plastic on a stick. No blood!

Did you miss what I said? AS in being vs. about to be?

But seriously, whatever.  I just don't get it (or maybe I do), but there are plenty of other stuff I'll never understand, so...

(and we're probably way way ot  :-[ )
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Re: Les Dernières Heures de Jesus en Playmobil
« Reply #13 on: April 16, 2017, 18:21:01 »
Did you miss what I said? AS in being vs. about to be?

But it isn't "being". It's just little children's toys.
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Re: Les Dernières Heures de Jesus en Playmobil
« Reply #14 on: May 19, 2017, 15:45:28 »
Not really my thing. However, do note they are ABOUT to be eaten. Not actually BEING eaten. World of difference there.

Your 2015 Xmas dio included a klicky being splattered by a falling present. A close up of the victim is still available on your site. Great picture too and it shows there is room for all sorts of behaviour with our little people without it promoting real life violence.

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Re: Les Dernières Heures de Jesus en Playmobil
« Reply #15 on: May 20, 2017, 02:07:07 »
I have mixed feelings about it.
For starters, the setting is clearly medieval... so I guess it is a "staging" of a crucifixion and the last hours of Jesus... as in a medieval Easter or something like that? Confusing ....

Secondly, I don't find it gruesome, but I do think these kind of topics are borderline, as they are, after all, of a religious nature, that shouldn't be in the forum, only because it could lead to unpleasant discussions.
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Re: Les Dernières Heures de Jesus en Playmobil
« Reply #16 on: May 20, 2017, 02:07:57 »
As a diorama per se, it is impressive though. I do like the general design and construction a lot.
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Re: Les Dernières Heures de Jesus en Playmobil
« Reply #17 on: May 20, 2017, 08:41:10 »
Your 2015 Xmas dio included a klicky being splattered by a falling present. A close up of the victim is still available on your site. Great picture too and it shows there is room for all sorts of behaviour with our little people without it promoting real life violence.

It was done in a cartoonish way (you know, all popped!). AND he was fine - after being airlifted, spending a long time in hospital... AND he did get a Porsche out of it...

I don't think it compares. But it may be a matter of opinion.


Secondly, I don't find it gruesome, but I do think these kind of topics are borderline, as they are, after all, of a religious nature, that shouldn't be in the forum, only because it could lead to unpleasant discussions.

Religion really doesn't belong with playmobil. If geobra could stop the propaganda, would be a great start.

As to the "borderline", considering the things that get/don't get censored here, I have no idea of what the limits are.   ???


As a diorama per se, it is impressive though. I do like the general design and construction a lot.

True. Apart from that, it's great.  :)
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Re: Les Dernières Heures de Jesus en Playmobil
« Reply #18 on: May 20, 2017, 13:32:17 »
Religion really doesn't belong with playmobil.

Hm, what is the fastest selling klicky of all time?  :eh?:

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Re: Les Dernières Heures de Jesus en Playmobil
« Reply #19 on: May 21, 2017, 11:32:28 »
Hm, what is the fastest selling klicky of all time?  :eh?:

The sad state of the world, yes. Maybe a kkk one or a bloody zombie would sell in droves. Does that mean they should make them?

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