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11/01/2010

Webcast debating gay crisis level: The opposite of an 'It Gets Better' video

by Jeremy Hooper

In a webcast airing tonight, conservative evangelical Michael "God Has a better way" Brown will debate liberal Orthodox Rabbi Shmuley Boteach on the question:

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Source for Webcast (7PM ET)

Such a deeply offensive premise. Especially since the organizers apparently beat up poor Charlie Brown...

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...so they could write this announcement on the side of his shirt. Isn't that violence waaaaaay worse than doubly-duded love? We think so.


But despite the "debate" being egregious by design, we'll try our best to tune in to the webcast tonight. Just don't be surprised if our reports back indicate that much of it sounded like this:

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Peanuts for the win!

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