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09/07/2010

Video: 'The Call' blares played out ringtone

by Jeremy Hooper

Of course the obvious reaction when listening to the following anti-intellectual assessment of Judge Vaughn Walker's Prop 8 ruling is to get annoyed at the lies pertaining to the gay, liberal, activist heathens who supposedly wanna roll back the 1st Amendment. But actually, for us, the bigger takeaway is just how unenthusiastic (i.e. painstakingly bored) the "Call" crowd seems:

(Tony Perkins is the speaker)

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Then again, who's surprised? Sure, every concert relies on greatest hits to get the crowd revved up. But whether its "Free Bird" or "Sanctity of Marriage," how many times can one hear the same ol' broken record before even the Port-a-Potty starts to sound more interesting?

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