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10/04/2005

Yes, I'll have one Iced Grande Skim Latte housed in a dogmatic cup that features a propagandizing quote of 'ex-gay' false compassion, please

by Jeremy Hooper

   Responding yet again to the "Great Gay-Friendly Starbucks Coffee Cup Controversy of 2005," anti-gay mouthpiece Robert Knight is applauding Baylor University for pulling the containers from its campus stores, yet criticizing the omnipresent coffee kings for not offering alternate cups featuring a quote from an "ex-gay." According to Agape Press, Knight and his concerned cronies have "challenged the Starbucks Coffee Company by asking why it has a pro-homosexual quote, but not one from a former homosexual."

We hear that Knight and crew then went on to ponder exactly why the java purveyors serve coffee in their stores, yet don't offer even one magic potion; how they can call themselves "Star bucks" if they don't accept celestial-based currency; and why they hire human employees instead of android baristas from the planet Jesustopia.

Baylor Univ. Applauded for Yanking Starbucks Coffee Cups [Agape]

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