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08/07/2006

We said they're 'going to Helena;" they say we're going to "Helena hand basket'

by Jeremy Hooper

In response to our recent "You're Going To Helena" parody of Westboro Baptist's "You're Going to Hell" video, we today received the following email from WBC's Shirley Phelps-Roper:

Of course after her "digression," Shirley had to run off so that she could picket "Gression's" funeral. So meticulous, they are.

Be sure to look for future responses to some of our other Westboro-centric needlings, when we predict our "You're batshit crazy" claim will receive a response affirming that their pet bat did, in fact, once defecate a bit of craziness.

Family, friends honor Cpl. Baucus [Great Falls Tribune]

**In full disclosure, Shirl and I are frequent penpals, and this is just one of our many correspondences. While I find her message beyond nuts, and I'm assuming she feels the same about mine, our exchanges are always frank and cordial. In many ways, I appreciate this far more than the duplicitous, false compassionate messages that all-too-often come from the "pro-family" camps.

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