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07/19/2007

Fred's stone cold monument is bust

by Jeremy Hooper

 Good As You Images Picture-8-40Westboro Baptist's Fred Phelps has been rejected in his latest bid to have a monument installed in Casper, WY, which would've declared that Matthew Shepard is in hell.

Our suggestion to Fred:

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You'll have your own ass-crazy monument (in a rainbow of colors) before you can say "God Hates People Who Leave The Tubs Open And Let The Play-Doh Harden."

City rejects anti-gay monument, again [Casper Tribune]

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Your thoughts

I know Fred has a certain affinity for the anus (he loves ranting on about it) and how the anus luster will burn in hell, but I would really like to hear where he stands on children who eat play-doh. Is the consumption of that colorful goodness a hell fire and damnation sort of offense?

Posted by: Patrick B | Jul 19, 2007 5:41:00 PM

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