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From the old board.

I remember being at a friends house 3 years ago. Well one of their friends were a devout religious family. They seemed like nice people, but damn their views were out of this world.

-When we were playing Apples to Apples, one of the words that came up was freedom. I think we were supposed to use it in a positive light or something (I don't remember the game much) so one of the kids jokingly said "Yeah like the freedom for gays to marry" as if it was a bad thing!!

-These same people also said that the only reason Obama got in was because he was black. And since they were strict anti abortion people, they couldn't think of anything other than abortion to justify their vote. So to them, "the cries of the unborn" were on our hands since we voted Obama in. Because 8 years of a "prolife" president made such a difference (not to mention the tens of thousands of people killed in Iraq). Prolife my ass! 

But that's WHY we should be pro-life, so we can raise an army to bring democracy to the world! /fundiethink

Osama bin Bambi:

--- Quote from: Kali on January 04, 2012, 11:05:41 pm ---But that's WHY we should be pro-life, so we can raise an army to bring democracy to the world! /fundiethink

--- End quote ---

Jack Mann:

--- Quote from: N. De Plume on January 04, 2012, 08:39:51 pm ---Was the dog a Husky or other breed where heterochromia is particularly common? If so your neighbors get bonus points for canine ignorance.

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He was more husky than anything else, but to be fair, we didn't realize it for the longest time either.  He had yellow-orange fur and ears like a lab.  Like most mutts in my experience, he was an awesome dog.

N. De Plume:
Mutt with husky blood. Cool. Wouldn’t expect your neighbors to recognize that.


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