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Your reasoning sounds like that of Gollum in Tolkiens "Lord of the Rings" trilogy.

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Submitted by kman (United States), Dec 30, 2008 at 20:31

"Dirty, tricky, lousy Hobbitses!!" Yeah, terrible little creatures mis-leading poor Gollum. the spelling for that pathetic little creature who lived several life times in a cave is probably wrong but I think you get the picture.

I have to agree about the standard tactics used by evangelists. The money could be better used to arm Muslim and Hindu militants. Right there with you!!

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