Re: playing at suicide

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    >From: "Wade T. Smith" <>
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    >Subject: Re: playing at suicide
    >Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2002 09:05:24 -0500
    >On 01/09/02 02:41, Philip Jonkers said this-
    > >I once again return to one of the true
    > >(practical) values of religion, a social glue.
    >Religion is one of a very varied and multifarious set of glues that
    >society can use. And IMHO one of the worst.
    Even a religion based completely on ritual consumption of beer and chicken
    wings (with extra hot sauce) in mass quantities? There are shrines for this
    sacred ceremony scattered across the land.

    Did I win any converts? Need I proselytize more?

    The wings/beer combo could be a key to peace in the Middle East, at least
    until the bar brawls break out over who foots the bill.

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