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Dog that barks the most seldom bites

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Submitted by Frahad Navkhoda (United Kingdom), Aug 10, 2009 at 19:07

My comments were in response to earlier ones, please refer to them for some perspective before offering your opinion. My comments also drew similarities between the mentality of European Middle Ages and present day American Evangelicals, hardly talking about yesteryears afterall.

Your comments on the sleeping dogs offer interesting imagery, even though it's irrelevent to this debate and unconstructive!

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