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07/17/2007

A monumentally f***ed up request

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 17-16Westboro Baptist's Fred Phelps is once again requesting to erect a monument in Casper, WY (the hometown of the slain Matthew Shepard), which would read: "MATTHEW SHEPARD, Entered Hell October 12, 1998, at age 21, in Defiance of God's Warning..."

In a related story, we hear Satan himself will today work extra hard and stay at the office super late, out of fear that a certain mortal is angling for his job.

Phelps wants anti-gay monument [Casper Star Tribune]

**UPDATE, 7/19: Fred's stone cold monument is bust [G-A-Y]

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Your thoughts

And Satan's just now starting to worry?

Posted by: Ben | Jul 17, 2007 9:11:07 AM

I think it goes in waves for him, Ben. He gets comfortable thinking his role is unchallenged, and then he reads something like this. It leads him to sharpen his pitchfork, turn the heat up to an even higher degree, and ratchet the eternal torments up a level. After all, he understands the corporate eternity biz is a changing environment, in which a Prince of Darkness can become yesterday's news faster than you can say 'Beelzebub.' Not only does Fred know how to condemn, cast stones, and torment, but he's also said to be quit proficient at Excel.

Posted by: G-A-Y | Jul 17, 2007 9:17:34 AM

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