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10/19/2009

Video: Many human animals were harmed in the making of this film

by Jeremy Hooper

Because it was just so much fun to live it the first time...


8: The Mormon Propsition
(H/t: Pam)

You'll laugh! You'll cry! And then you'll live another year and watch it all in a film version!

But it does look good. Someday we'll put it on the DVD shelf right next to the our wedding video, so that whenever rain prevents us from taking our grandkids to a literal roller coaster, we can take them on an emotional one instead.

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Your thoughts

The guy who wanted to drive off a cliff? My first reaction was go out and kill religious leaders. But that would be a hate crime.

Posted by: Tony P | Oct 20, 2009 12:04:43 AM

yay Mormons! Yay for theocracy! yay for taking away people's rights in the name of religion?

WTF I'm supposed to *respect* that point of view? I'm supposed to demur to that way of thinking? A way of thinking that makes me less of a human?

Chris Buttars can kiss my hairy white butt. I've shown him exactly the kind of treatment he deserves and as long as he continues his insane bigotry, the town he grew up in will be left alone by my economic influence.

Posted by: DN | Oct 20, 2009 12:47:48 AM

Oh my gods, that looks sooooooo GOOD!!! So very powerful, as the documentary "Paragraph 175" was. I can't wait to see it, or show it to my mom and brother! Maybe even HBO will broadcast it!

Posted by: Wade MacMorrighan | Oct 20, 2009 1:24:42 PM

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