December 3, 2007

I just sent away for a cassette tape of Zoroastrian children’s songs called I’m Proud to Be a Zoroastrian.

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7 Responses to I just sent away for a cassette tape of Zoroastrian children’s

  1. Logan says:

    Being able to exploit the easily influenced is the only reason I would ever have children.

    Are you intending to eventually study Avestan? Because otherwise I’m not seeing the appeal here.

  2. tim says:

    Cassette tape. Never heard of that.

  3. TED says:

    I would have thought a children’s version of The Magic Flute somewhat redundant, but I gather I would have been mistaken.

  4. JamesR says:

    Who knew Zoroastrians had pride issues?!?

  5. chedwick says:

    Zoroastrian Children? You never think of the poor children when you think of religion. I was in some Sunday School class when I was 7 or 8, and some girl got up and started singing “Beautiful Savior” I remember thinking “This is complete bullshit!” after that I regarded it as brainwashing.

    I was a teenaged Sihk.
    A Chic Sihk. I thought
    “The turban is the new beret.”

  6. initials says:

    Wait until you get to the tape trying desperately to explain air burial to the Children through heavily edited readings by Salman Rusdie and Neil Gaiman… Please make mp3s!

  7. Andy says:

    Did it turn out to be any good? Can you work out to it, at least?


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