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12/10/2010

Forget late fees: It's basic fairness leading Minnesotans to return hostile DVDs

by Jeremy Hooper

Images-5You know those anti-gay DVDs that Minnesota's Catholic church sent to locals? Yea, well -- thousands of folks are regifting them this holiday season:

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Catholic anti-gay marriage DVD protesters are delivering more than 3,000 DVDs to Archbishop John Nienstedt on Friday, according to organizers of ReturnTheDVD.org.
KEEP READING: 3,000 Catholic Anti-Gay Marriage DVDs Returned to Archbishop [My Fox 9]

No word as to what Nienstedt will do with the surplus. Though we do hear Santa's stocking division is looking for a new alternative to coal...

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