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"Might as well be Shia"? Sheer nuts

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Submitted by Peter Herz (United States), Aug 19, 2006 at 22:32

Yeah, no-one gets killed for failing to name the Four Evangelists. Come to think of it, no matter how obnoxious the Mitzvahmobile guys can be if you have a Jewish last name, folks in Brooklyn don't get killed for the length of their payot and tzitzit, either. Nor do Mahayana Buddhists in Thailand (ethnic Chinese) seem to take more than an occasional sneer from the Theravadins.

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