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Reader comment on item: Those Danish Cartoons and Me

Submitted by Shosh (United States), Feb 23, 2006 at 18:45

More proof that the most common element in the universe is STUPIDITY!

Also: How secure is a person REALLY in their so-called religion if they can get so worked-up (i.e. -- getting the "vapors" like some Victorian spinster) and offended over cartoons AND some dummied photos taken from other, non-related sources?

A true faith matures a person -- it does NOT turn them into violent, rampaging crybabies who throw global hissyfits over every perceived, or , more often, a misperceived, slight!

It's time to grow up, start acting responsible and leave the dark ages behind!
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