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Journal of No. 118


July 29th, 2008

(no subject) @ 01:33 pm


Christians demand removal of 'satanic' 10 Commandments

Actually, the American Stonehenge sounds like one of them wacky Freemason/Rosicrucian pranks: "The modern-day mystery stems from the fact that so little is known about the stones' creation or the mysterious "R.C. Christian" who paid to have the monument built."
 
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From:doctorray
Date:July 30th, 2008 02:53 am (UTC)
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More southern accented irony.

"We have atheists and Satanists getting the Bible's Ten Commandments removed from public property," said Mark Dice, spokesman for the group The Resistance, "yet the satanic Georgia Guidestones have stood for decades, and nobody seems to care. Well, we do."

and below the fold:

"Since the land the monument sits upon is owned by a private trust and is not public property, Dice said, the battle against the monument will have to take place in the court of public opinion, rather than a court of law."

The mockery just writes itself!

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From:essentialsaltes
Date:July 30th, 2008 03:03 am (UTC)
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Yes, I wasn't even going to bother to comment on the legal issues in an angry article from Worldnet Wingnut Daily.
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From:doctorray
Date:July 30th, 2008 03:14 am (UTC)
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Okay - just check me here to make sure I've got it right (so to speak):

Conservative cause/donor = property rights good, boycotts undemocratic bullying

Liberal cause = property rights the refuge of scoundrels, boycotts the brave expression of community values.

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From:dogofthefuture
Date:July 30th, 2008 09:09 am (UTC)
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That is some wacky ass shit and it's nothing I'd personally want to concern myself with. "The infinite" means... well... nothing.

But as previously mentioned, it's on private land, so... go fuck yourself, Mr. Dice.

Journal of No. 118