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11/05/2010

'Healing gays': The one 'cure' that still makes house calls

by Jeremy Hooper

From a reader:

The Rev Ralph Ovadal (sp?) from Monroe Wisconsin has targeted a very liberal neighborhood of Madison by distributing door to door pamphlets with the title “What the Bible Says About Homosexuality”.

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Very disturbing to come home to this crap hanging on the front door.

We reply: Thanks, Mr. O, but we'll stay with the sushi coupons that sometimes find their way to our door handles. Because while both our and your knob jobs might be cold, fishy, and designed to make us feel eel, it's only the former that embraces our much love concept: Two hard sticks...

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...coming together as a package!

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