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Submitted by Cap'n Canada (Canada), Apr 14, 2006 at 21:06

I am not the least bit surprised by this. There are, I think, two unmentionables in so-called polite conversation; militant Islam and Jesus Christ. On this Good Friday, those of us in the loop know that Easter ain't about bunnies. Any mention of the Name That Must Not Be Named is superficial and fleeing. And of attitudes towards that certain Religion of Peace (TM)? Also superficial and fleeing. What utter nonsense!
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