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October 20, 2007

J.K. Rowling Bares All

J.K. RowlingA lot of parents have let their children down by letting them be swept up in the Harry Potter mania. At last the author, a Ms. J.K. Rowling, revealed the revolting truth: Dumbledore is a gay homosexual who doesn’t deserve to live on G-d’s green earth. Not only was Rowling obviously pushing Satan’s agenda, she was pushing the homosexual agenda as well. Was this and her “wardrobe malfunction” (pictured at right) just a pathetic attempt to boost lagging sales? You be the judge.

Now that the sordid subliminal truth has been revealed, hopefully DVD sales and book sales will plummet. Dumbledore is a simpering limp-wristed Nancy boy. As if we didn’t already suspect.

In front of a full house of hardcore [jailhouse gay] Potter fans at Carnegie Hall in New York, Rowling, sitting on the stage on a red velvet and carved wood throne [with her boobs hanging out], read from her seventh and final book, “Harry Potter and the Faggy Hallows,” then took questions. One fan asked whether Albus Dumbledore, the head of the famed Hogwarts School of Wizardry and Witchcraft, had ever loved anyone. Rowling smiled [evilly]. “Dumbledore is gay, actually,” replied Rowling as the audience errupted in surprise. She added that, in her [sick and twisted fag hag] mind, Dumbledore had an unrequited love affair [barf bag] with Gellert Grindelwald, Voldemort’s predecessor who appears in the seventh book. After several minutes of prolonged shouting and clapping from astonshed fans [in leather chaps], Rowling added. “I would have told you earlier if I knew it would make you so happy [gay].”

'I'm ready for my close up!'I think I’m going to be sick. The audience “erupted.” They were “happy.” How disgusting. What a bunch of perverts.

We already revealed the ending of the final book. So don’t waste your money. I think it’s time that any Potter material in your home meet Mr. Trash Can. Unless you want your children to become like Dumblequeer. Yuck. What a dirty trick.

Dumbledore: gay. Discuss.

Update: Somebody gets it right.

One major anti-Potter crusader is Laura Mallory, a mother of four from Georgia, who made headlines earlier this month when she told the Gwinnett County Board of Education that the series was trying to indoctrinate children into the Wicca religion. In response to Dumbledore’s outing, Mallory told ABC News that the Potter series has “an anti-Christian agenda,” and, “this only further supports that.”

“My prayer is that parents would wake up, that the subtle way this is presented as harmless fantasy would be exposed for what it really is — a subtle indoctrination into anti-Christian values,” said Mallory. “The kids are being introduced to a cult and witchcraft practices.

A homosexual lifestyle is a harmful one,” she added. “That’s proven, medically.”

Indeed.

Update 2: Somewhere, Jerry Falwell Is Smiling.

Update 3: Welcome, Think Regress readers!

Update 4: Now Think Regress is even going after journalist Bill O’Reilly. Heaven forbid we should speak out against the relentless and tireless march of the homosexual agenda. As if telling the truth were some sort of crime. It’s times like this that the left wing media bear their fangs and show their true colors. This is the face of left wing fascism.

Apparently even Keith Olbermann chose to attack us on his Countdown show on MS-DNC last night. One of the five people who actually watched it alerted us to the broadside. It’s typical that we aren’t allowed equal time to respond to the smear merchants. Just another day in the LLL MSM.

– Psycheout

97 Comments »

  1. Wow, now that surprises me. I´ve stopped with the HAryy Potter books after part 5 due to this tine changing to become more grittier and stuff (if I want something in that direction, Black Library´s the way to go) and there was never any indication whatsoever about Dumbledore being gay. Nothing, nada, zip. Given that there was nothing in that direction (sexuality I mean) at all.

    And given the look on her face in the video, it´s a pretty safe bet to conclude that it really was just an accident.

    PS. Funnily, no Harry Potter book ended with the words “The End”. I don´t think that The Deadly Hallows will break with that.

    [Ed Note: How naive you are. Come into the light.]

    Comment by PG — October 20, 2007 @ 6:21 pm | Reply

  2. Thanks for showing that your tolerence for alternate lifestyles is exactly how I imagined it. I think i’m going to direct all of my friends towards this site.

    [Ed Note: Thanks Josh! God loves you!]

    Comment by Joshua Wu — October 20, 2007 @ 6:57 pm | Reply

  3. PG – you are correct, with the exception of mentions about many of the characters having girlfriends (for the boys), or boyfriends (for the girls), no mention is made of the orientation of the characters. I’ve read every Potter book front-to-back, and there was never any indication of any romantic relationship on the part of Dumbledore. Was Rowling simply playing to her audience? Extremely possible. Then again, she has said in the past that she had notebooks full of backstory for each character – so, I don’t know. I doubt this was ever something she considered before, considering some of the things written in the seventh book.

    anyway, Psycheout, what are your plans concering the site now that Brownback is no longer in the race?

    Comment by Matt A. — October 20, 2007 @ 7:18 pm | Reply

  4. Guess what, folks! If you don’t like Dumbledore’s being gay, I can tell you, with absolute certainty, that he dies at the end of book 6. Snape, the teacher who has longed for years to teach children how to defend themselves from evil, kills the homosexual principal. Just like a good little homophobic Christian should, right?

    Also, if you ever bother to read the books, Rowling was pushing GOD’S agenda by documenting the struggle between good and evil within us all. At the end of the series, Harry defeats the sorcerer that murdered his parents. (Voldemort’s alias is the Dark Lord–I’m pretty sure killing a “Dark Lord” is as anti-Satanist as you can possibly get.) If the book were truly promoting “Satan’s agenda,” as you insist, it’s far more likely that Voldemort would have killed Harry and all his little wizard friends, destroyed the school, then gone on to take over the world–all in the first book. Rowling would then have said, “See kids! Killing others is good! Now go sacrifice your pets to the devil!” or somesuch.

    But she doesn’t. Throughout the series, every authority figure denounces murder, torture, betrayal, and cowardice, and encourages the Christian values of friendship, honesty, courage, and determination.

    Hey, wait a minute–ROWLING NEVER SAID ANYTHING ABOUT THE SEXUAL ORIENTATION OF ANY OF HER CHARACTERS. It was the actor who portrayed Dumbledore in the movies who came out of the closet. Surely you don’t think that every character in every movie has all the attributes of the actor who portrayed him–I certainly have never confused Our Lord with Charleton Heston. And if you think Rowling herself had anything to do with the actor selection, you are badly mistaken. The only book that’s ever made it to the silver screen without being mangled beyond recognition is the Bible, and that’s because no one would watch it if it were twisted to the extent that so many books have been.

    And don’t get started on this whole “naiveté” nonsense. You obviously have nothing better to do with your time than laugh at geeks and demonize children’s book authors. What’s next, calling C.S. Lewis a Satanist for portraying Christ as a lion in the Narnia books?

    Comment by Confused — October 20, 2007 @ 7:22 pm | Reply

  5. I might be willing to write a couple of guest posts on the issues of the day if you like, but I’m not sure I could support Romney for President. Thanks for asking though. Let me sleep on it for several days. :-)

    Comment by Psycheout — October 20, 2007 @ 7:24 pm | Reply

  6. [Ed Note: How naive you are. Come into the light.]

    You got any quotes from the book containing sexual thematics? I for sure not.

    Comment by PG — October 20, 2007 @ 9:02 pm | Reply

  7. whot a sult

    Comment by JOE — October 20, 2007 @ 11:24 pm | Reply

  8. I’m confused, is this blog satire or serious? If it’s satire, very nicely done. If it’s serious how can someone be so stupid and know how to use a computer.

    Comment by BEn — October 21, 2007 @ 12:00 am | Reply

  9. I’m always suspect that.

    Comment by Jack Ass — October 21, 2007 @ 5:40 am | Reply

  10. Well, are any of you really surprised by this? That woman writes books about demons and on behalf of demons so they can gain access into the souls of the children who read them. Homosexuals, being demonically possessed, naturally play a recurring role in that smut she writes. Just look at what that actor who played Harry in her movies did – male pornography with beastality while he was still a minor! I doubt there is a homo-perv out there who hasn’t seen that awful play or pleasured themself to some filthy image of that little boy found on the internet.

    It is sick, disgusting, and evil. The sooner the Good Lord calls up demon-writer Ms. Rowling’s number and casts her head-first into Hell, the better for the whole world.

    [Ed Note: yepyep.]

    Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — October 21, 2007 @ 6:24 am | Reply

  11. That woman writes books about demons

    No demons in any Harry Potter book. WIzards, check, dragons, check, all kind of fantasy beasts, check, demons, uncheck. WHERE ARE THE DEMONS!!!1!11!

    and on behalf of demons so they can gain access into the souls of the children who read them

    Reading about a demon gives him access to your soul? WTF? If that were true, Satan personally had a open way into yours every time you read the bible!

    Homosexuals, being demonically possessed, naturally play a recurring role in that smut she writes.

    Sexual orientations weren´t even mentioned throughout the books.

    Comment by PG — October 21, 2007 @ 6:49 am | Reply

  12. “Well, are any of you really surprised by this? That woman writes books about demons and on behalf of demons so they can gain access into the souls of the children who read them. Homosexuals, being demonically possessed, naturally play a recurring role in that smut she writes. Just look at what that actor who played Harry in her movies did – male pornography with beastality while he was still a minor! I doubt there is a homo-perv out there who hasn’t seen that awful play or pleasured themself to some filthy image of that little boy found on the internet.

    It is sick, disgusting, and evil. The sooner the Good Lord calls up demon-writer Ms. Rowling’s number and casts her head-first into Hell, the better for the whole world.”

    Wow, I’ve been following the books for years, and I knew nothing about this pornography. Where did you find it, and why is a good, chaste, Christian womanlooking for pornography in the first place? Again, if most fans of the series don’t know about it, you would have to be actively looking for such filth in order to find it. There is certainly nothing sexual in any of Mrs. Rowling’s books unless you count a kiss on the lips (between a BOY and a GIRL) as a sexual act. Sex isn’t even implied, much less gay or bestial acts.

    Perhaps if you actually read one of the books, I would be able to trust your opinions. However, it is extremely bad form to denounce a book you’ve never read–and I mean cover to cover, ANY one book in the series.

    Comment by Confused — October 21, 2007 @ 6:55 am | Reply

  13. Missus GAYnes is a tortured drag queen who is a bit of disappointed that she got no part in the Harry Potter movies as a scary character, this here is her revenge.
    Don’t take her too serious, she is on good medication now (keep on swallowing that Valium, lady, for it shows that you have forgotten it when you posted on this side)

    Kisses
    Jim (who is just Jim)

    Comment by jim — October 21, 2007 @ 8:05 am | Reply

  14. Who cares? You guys are perverts, too.

    Comment by J. — October 21, 2007 @ 11:15 am | Reply

  15. “I think it’s time that any Potter material in your home meet Mr. Trash Can. Unless you want your children to become like Dumblequeer.”

    Very well said. I agree.

    Comment by Will — October 21, 2007 @ 11:34 am | Reply

  16. ” I doubt there is a homo-perv out there who hasn’t seen that awful play or pleasured themself to some filthy image of that little boy found on the internet” Mrs T.D whatever.

    Well, I’m gay and I haven’t. Does that make me unique?

    [Ed Note: Perhaps not, but it does make you a sick filthy pervert.]

    I also wonder whether Mrs T.D Claptrap has read the books, seen the play that ‘that actor’ starred in or whether she has ever pleasured herself at any images found on the internet.

    Actually, scratch the last wonder. I’m trying to erase the image of her throwing her head around while she ‘plays’.

    You religious people really need to go and have a talk with your psychiatrists. There’s some seriously rancid poop flowing around inside your skulls.

    Can I suggest you educate youselves a little by taking a look at: http://crosseddestinations.blogspot.com/2007/10/rant-polite-and-non-insulting-but-rant.html – an article by a very open minded young man.

    [Ed Note: No, you cannot.]

    Comment by Piggy and Tazzy — October 21, 2007 @ 3:11 pm | Reply

    • NO! YOU CAN’T ASK US TO EDUCATE OURSELVES! YOU CAN’T. YOU DONT HAVE THE RIGHT JUST BECAUSE YOU ARE A SICK FILTHY PERVERT!
      BUT MOST OF ALL YOU CAN’T ASK US TO GET EDUCATED BECAUSE WE RATHER BE STUPID MORONS, UNEDUCATED, IGNORANT, PATHETIC, STUPID AND HOMOPHOBES AND WE DO NOT WANT ANYBODY TO TAKE THAT OFF OF US!
      SO COME ON! COME ON! INTO THE LIGHT! COME INTO THE LIGHT….
      (that papa will be waiting for you to give you some ding a dong on your little tight hole)

      Comment by Pervert1 — July 29, 2009 @ 5:43 pm | Reply

  17. [...] 2: Oh Lordy. It get’s even funnier! (clickety click for more laughter). Again, I’m sure your comments there would be warmly [...]

    [Ed Note: What kind of corrupt gay blog names itself "Tazzy and Piggy" anyway? Sounds a bit metrosexual and bestial to me.]

    Pingback by The Gays Are Evil. - Tazzy and Piggy — October 21, 2007 @ 3:14 pm | Reply

  18. Nice of you to pop over to our place, Psycheout/Psycho.

    For a religious man (apparently), it’s good to see you lowering yourself to name-calling. So much for ‘tolerence’ eh?

    [Ed Note: B4B has a zero tolerance policy for sin.]

    Moreover, I think you ought to consider just how many (and there are a great many) of your own kind have been unveiled as ‘sick perverts’ themselves.

    Anyway (my favourite word), aren’t your sort supposed to be helping us see the light and correct our wrongs etc? Or are you just too busy preaching and promoting hatred and intolerence?

    So far as ‘Tazzy and Piggy’ goes, any idiot could probably work out that they are purely our nicknames. ‘Brownback’ on the other hand certainly brings some amusing images to mind.

    We’re not ALL filthy perverts, you know. The religious people we know do, however, seem to have a slight madness about them.

    Comment by Piggy and Tazzy — October 21, 2007 @ 3:39 pm | Reply

    • If you believe you are so righteous then why dont you follow the teachings of your own religion.

      **Do unto others as you would like done unto you.**
      **Treat others as you would wish to be treated.**
      **Love thy neighbour.**

      Isn’t that second one part of your ten commandments. What would you do if a gay couple moved in next door to you?
      Would you follow your religous beliefs and regardless of, in your eye the sin they are commiting, would you love that neighbour as you were raised to do or would you want to run them out of town for making a lifestyle choice that is different to yours?

      I’m a bisexual guy who has lots of fetishes but that is all they are.
      My choice!
      They are not wrong they are just different from your belief that sex should be limited only to reproduction and then only in the missionary position.

      Practice what you preach and stop telling others how to run their lives and what they are doing is wrong on what they get up to in the privacy of their own homes.

      I am a philosopher(not 100% an atheist), but if I was to say one thing that some form of god or evolution gave us all is the power of choice.
      You choose to live through christianity then good for you but please do not try FORCING your beliefs onto others.
      I choose to be philosophical and find my own truths in life.

      Do the right thing and try following your religions teaching.

      P.S.

      Thanks for the knowledge of the above games and books.
      They should be good presents for my friends who live different lifestyles for christmas.

      Sincerely yours

      gaysinner/Harry_Potter_Fan/lover of Incest/Orgies/Bestiality/Homosexuality/Nudism/Voyeurism/Exhibitionism/Transexuals and so many other wonderful things!!!!

      Comment by Harry_Potter_Fan — November 21, 2010 @ 11:42 am | Reply

  19. Do we need mobs of children running down the street screaming for blood and looking for people to rape before America realizes “Harry Potter” is pure, unadulterated EVIL? This whole series and the movies is nothing more than the Homosexual agenda attempt to force America to her knees and open wide for sin facile. That the main character “Humperdorf” is queer running a kids school should be a scandal of the century.

    I pray that at lest some of our Republican “leaders” have the moral courage to speak out about this.

    [Ed Note: Well said. Bonus points for "sin facile." What a stroke of genius!]

    Comment by BJ Tabor — October 21, 2007 @ 3:47 pm | Reply

    • Have you checked how many REPUBLICANS had came out of the closet lately? Well CAME OUT not exactly. They were PUSHED OUT! LMAO! You bunch of ignorant! PRAY TO THE LORD AND GO FUCK YOURSELVES!

      Comment by Pervert1 — July 29, 2009 @ 5:46 pm | Reply

  20. [Ed Note: B4B has a zero tolerance policy for sin.]

    Funny that. I thought your mythical leader offered forgiveness to those who asked it? Further, I thought little baby Jesus offered up his own life in order that we’d be forgiven.

    Or do you make/change the rules up as you go along?

    Comment by Tazzy and Piggy — October 21, 2007 @ 3:51 pm | Reply

  21. I have read the Hairy Botter books from cover to cover and there’s not a single bit of buggery in any of them.

    Comment by frobisher — October 21, 2007 @ 3:52 pm | Reply

  22. Some more topics for the loonies here to endlessly complain about.
    How bout:
    Sesame street is evil
    Ernie and Bert are gay

    [Ed Note: Not interested in your roomates.]

    Sesame street is full of monsters.

    go ahead and blah

    [Ed Note: Okay. Ahem. BLAH.]

    meeh meeh

    Comment by Jim — October 21, 2007 @ 5:44 pm | Reply

  23. Psycheout, do you have children?

    Comment by Tinlion — October 21, 2007 @ 7:06 pm | Reply

  24. ive read the book too, well my friend helped me, but we didt see enything about cork smoking or romming to conme too that… GOD IS GOOD… well so they say… sorry I MEAN GOD IS ££££ $$$$ ..

    [Ed Note: Your therapist is calling.]

    Comment by mrcuntt — October 21, 2007 @ 8:01 pm | Reply

  25. I think it’s a little nuts that there is all this uproar over the sexual orientation of a fictional character.

    Comment by ChenZhen — October 21, 2007 @ 8:42 pm | Reply

  26. You seem to be missing the big picture, ChenZhen, perhaps on purpose. The young people who read this trash are not fictional, and neither is the homosexual agenda and pro-Wicca propaganda that this tart is pushing on them. Don’t be intentionally obtuse. It doesn’t suit you.

    Comment by Psycheout — October 21, 2007 @ 8:44 pm | Reply

  27. “Dumbledore is a simpering limp-wristed Nancy boy”

    “sick and twisted fag hag”

    , “Harry Potter and the Faggy Hallows,”

    Christianity: We only like you if you agree with us! =

    Comment by Derrick Pollock — October 21, 2007 @ 8:55 pm | Reply

  28. You seem to be missing the big picture, ChenZhen, perhaps on purpose. The young people who read this trash are not fictional, and neither is the homosexual agenda and pro-Wicca propaganda that this tart is pushing on them. Don’t be intentionally obtuse. It doesn’t suit you.

    Comment by Psycheout — October 21, 2007 @ 8:44 pm

    Is this required reading in school or something? I mean, people have to pay for the book or to see the movie, right? If you have a problem, it’s simple. Don’t buy the darn thing.

    People like it, apparently. One of the characters is gay. With all due respect, get over it.

    Comment by ChenZhen — October 21, 2007 @ 9:26 pm | Reply

  29. Good point, Derrick. I think Psycheout would’ve lent him (or her) self more credibility if they’d not resorted to immature name calling. A simple “I don’t agree with this” would’ve sufficed. But, that’s right–condescension and bullying are okay if they’re used to entertain, right? What a great lesson to teach the same children you’re trying to shield from all this.

    Isn’t Rowling allowed to tell a story as she sees fit? And just because there aren’t specific references to Dumbledore’s sexuality in the books doesn’t mean it couldn’t have been part of his character all along. Details never explicitly mentioned in a narrative can still be used to shape a character and explain his or her actions.

    Comment by Mark — October 21, 2007 @ 10:13 pm | Reply

  30. I don’t like this series. That said, with all the crap thrown in the face of children everyday, from tv and from people, taking it out on a book about a meek boy with glasses, who tries to save the world, trying to teach children the values of friendship and collaboration, it’s pretty lame. Cheers!

    Comment by Kyle Rayner — October 21, 2007 @ 11:45 pm | Reply

  31. 22.[Ed Note: Not interested in your roomates.]

    (wait until one of your enlightened colleagues steals my subject, writes a bit of crap about it. Of course it will be followed by some heilelujah shouts by Sisy first and then you certainly will advocate muppet-hating as well.
    Since this blog is run by people who are afraid of childrens books that will be just a matter of time.

    Some more interesting topics:

    1.Chickens are evil (they don’t worship deities)
    2.I want to send my paranormal goldfish to the inquisition
    3.How can we cure missus Gaines’hairdo (answer: with a guillotine)

    Pom ti tom pom pom

    Comment by Jim — October 22, 2007 @ 5:32 am | Reply

  32. I believe that this Jim person is nothing but low class sodomite who is here to cause trouble and nothing more. It is painfully clear that he is jealous because we are better than he is, he knows this, and that is all there is to it.

    I thank the Good Lord above that when the Rapture comes we will never be bothered by impertinent little trolls like this ever again. May his descent into Hell be slow and painful.

    Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — October 22, 2007 @ 6:00 am | Reply

  33. hehe, when the rapture comes they can’t beam up your enormous hairdo. At least it is a bulletproof haircut in case that Cthulhu and his minions cone to attack America with Nintendo guns.

    Comment by Jim — October 22, 2007 @ 6:23 am | Reply

  34. Can you btw pinpoint to me the exact geological position of this place called “Hell”, is it in America too, can’t find it on Google maps, ya know.

    Comment by Jim — October 22, 2007 @ 6:25 am | Reply

  35. Too much complaining will make you get strangled by your chastity belt, Fraulein Gaines-Suckitt.
    Remember: nuns have no fun (and no guns either, one of the things you tend to forget)

    Comment by Jim — October 22, 2007 @ 6:27 am | Reply

  36. bleep…….you took 20 minutes to reply……you are too late

    Comment by Jim — October 22, 2007 @ 6:41 am | Reply

  37. you woman cannot be real.

    Comment by Kyle Rayner — October 22, 2007 @ 7:01 am | Reply

  38. Why isn’t she strapping her breasts down? Yet another reason I support church ownership of unmarried women.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — October 22, 2007 @ 8:50 am | Reply

  39. It’s about time people with faith were treated for having a mental illness. How can you criticise works of fiction yet believe and live your life by fairytales and mythology?

    You offensive little shite.

    Comment by Tina — October 22, 2007 @ 9:15 am | Reply

  40. Garrrr. That is NOT a flattering dress, JK.

    Just had to say it.

    Comment by MikeM — October 22, 2007 @ 10:45 am | Reply

  41. By the way, after having most of the books at least twice, and all the others once, I never found any mention of sexuality, other than hetero sex, in any of these books. Albus’s orientation never crossed my mind.

    The main characters, even the bad guys, were all straight.

    (Harry’s on-screen kiss with Cho Chang was one of the best kisses ever. That was very nice. And the actress who portrays Cho Chang is… Wow.)

    Comment by MikeM — October 22, 2007 @ 11:02 am | Reply

  42. It’s about time people with faith were treated for having a mental illness

    (these people are a new breed of genetically manipulated hyperlunatics, they can’t be cured)

    How can you criticise works of fiction yet believe and live your life by fairytales and mythology?

    (they have nothing better to do next to inbreed, hence there are at least two more of them next to Sisyphus, Psycheout and Ednote)

    You offensive little shite.

    (well spoken)

    Comment by Tina — October 22, 2007 @ 9:15 am

    Comment by Jim — October 22, 2007 @ 11:25 am | Reply

  43. [...] blogs are criticizing the revelation: – Psycheout at Blogs 4 Brownback called it “revolting,” saying “Dumbledore is a gay homosexual who doesn’t deserve to live on [...]

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  44. [...] blogs are criticizing the revelation: – Psycheout at Blogs 4 Brownback called it “revolting,” saying “Dumbledore is a gay homosexual who doesn’t deserve to live on [...]

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  45. “Dumbledore is a gay homosexual who doesn’t deserve to live on G-d’s green earth.”

    Memo to the moron who runs this place: He doe snot exist. He is FICTION!! You know, just like your god.
    Amazing you can even type. A total moron.

    [Ed Note: "Doe snot?" Wipe your nose! The question is: can you type?]

    Comment by DMan — October 23, 2007 @ 6:33 am | Reply

  46. “Dumbledore is a gay homosexual who doesn’t deserve to live on G-d’s green earth.”

    He doesn’t live. He’s a fictional character. Like most of your Bible heroes.

    Comment by Daluni — October 23, 2007 @ 7:14 am | Reply

  47. “[Ed Note: B4B has a zero tolerance policy for sin.”

    “Zero-tolerance policy” is a very poor word to use, especially when you never know whose children have been false victims because of its left-wing zealotry. Or had you not heard of the news story Saturday about the boy who was suspended for drawing a picture of a water gun because “our school has a zero-tolerance gun policy?”

    Also, I hope you’re not wearing blended fabrics–according to Leviticus 19:19, that cotton/polyester blend is an abomination in the eyes of the Lord.

    You should also throw away your razor: according to Leviticus 19:27, shaving is also an abomination in the eyes of the Lord.

    If you’re going to follow one Levitical law, follow them all, please.

    Comment by a TRUE Christian — October 23, 2007 @ 7:32 am | Reply

  48. Wow. Growing up in a Christian household, I learned that God loves all of us — even with our humanly perceived flaws — I wish many of you Christians would have learned the same lesson. Perhaps then there would be less anger and hatred in this world. Do gay people really affect your life and damage your world so much that you hate them with such vicious anger? Is that what God wants of you and your heart? I think you need to think twice before attaching my God to your hatred. It is not holy and it is not part of God’s love.

    Comment by Clint — October 23, 2007 @ 7:52 am | Reply

  49. I cannot believe that adults are acting like this is the scandal of the century. Keep your eyes on the ball people. There are thousands of people dying in Iraq, but oh, let me guess, they probably deserve it because they read Harry Potter as well.

    Get a grip…

    Comment by LVX — October 23, 2007 @ 7:53 am | Reply

  50. “I cannot believe that adults are acting like this is the scandal of the century. ”
    Actually, no. The scandal of the century is about the theft of the elections in 2000 and the subsequent systematic effort by the neocons to destroy our democracy.

    [Ed Note: You may be right. al-Gore should be in jail.]

    But, back to this pointless topic:
    An author reveals that a fictional character’s bio includes the fact that he is gay, and the anti-Christian right jumps all over this as if it has any relevance to the stories in which this character appears. Can’t say it surprises me.

    First of all – It’s fiction – do you really think God is so weak as to allow a single one of his flock to stray from reading fiction? Where is your faith?

    Second of all – It’s fiction – The over arching story-line is about a boy who grows up to defeat an evil tyrant, who is bent on creating hell on earth (kind of reminds me of another evil tyrant who is working hard to create hell on earth, but I digress).

    If Christ said “judge not, lest you also be judged”, and then we make it our business to judge others, then what do you suppose awaits us at the end?

    It is an abomination for a man to sleep with another man as a woman, it’s also an abomination to eat pork (the other white meat), and to have premarital sex (anyone? yep, thought so).

    By the way, where is the outrage over the million plus Iraqis who have been killed in your president’s war for oil? Where is the protestation over the planning for nuclear war with Iran? Oh wait that’s right (pun), we need to help bring about the fulfillment of Revelations (never-mind the fact it’s a mostly symbolic book).

    [Ed Note: First of all, he's gay. Second of all, he's gay.]

    Comment by Al — October 23, 2007 @ 10:13 am | Reply

  51. “Dumbledore is a gay homosexual who doesn’t deserve to live on G-d’s green earth.”

    F’n bigot.

    Comment by Max — October 23, 2007 @ 11:23 am | Reply

  52. “Dumbledore is a gay homosexual who doesn’t deserve to live on G-d’s green earth”.

    You may not be aware of this but he isn’t in fact living … HES A FICTIONAL CHARACTER YOU IDIOT.

    Comment by faggot — October 23, 2007 @ 11:40 am | Reply

  53. I plan on boycotting the Harry Potter series because of this. This is in addition to my boycott of the Republican party because of Larry Craig and Mark Foley.

    Comment by Dave — October 23, 2007 @ 11:44 am | Reply

  54. This queer Dumbledore doesn’t deserve to live on God’s green earth like any other human who sins.

    Will you throw the first stone, Mr. Blogger?

    [Ed Note: I think he just did.]

    Comment by Matt — October 23, 2007 @ 12:12 pm | Reply

  55. HAHAHAHA, wow, you guys are great…it’s even better because there are people taking you seriously!

    Wait, you were serious?

    Holy poop. That requires almost toxic levels of stupid.

    Comment by octopod — October 23, 2007 @ 12:50 pm | Reply

  56. I just wish all of the queers in never never land would learn how their liberal ideas are destroying everything that makes the USA strong! I’m sure if the founders of our USA knew where things were going they wouldn’t have made the first or fourth amendments! We should kick Rowlings out of our country and revoke her citizenship!

    Comment by Paul — October 23, 2007 @ 12:51 pm | Reply

  57. Actually Paul. The queers are not to blame for destroying everything that was once strong in the USA.

    Your president and his equally idiotic supporters are doing that.

    Comment by Piggy and Tazzy — October 23, 2007 @ 1:11 pm | Reply

  58. Just for the record, calling someone a gay homosexual is redundant. That is all.

    Comment by Jesus of Nazereth — October 23, 2007 @ 3:15 pm | Reply

  59. Piggy and Tizzy, I *think* Paul was being sarcastic…

    Of course, I’m not even willing to try to use hyperbole to express sarcasm on this comments board, because either it’s already been done much better than I could, or else people are *really* too crazy to exaggerate…

    I mean, honestly. If *any* of these posts are serious, we have hypocrasy of epic proportions already drowning out everything else.

    Probably a safe bet to assume this whole lot is satire, and have a good laugh :o)

    Comment by Amused — October 23, 2007 @ 7:15 pm | Reply

  60. The lady doth protest too much, methinks.

    Individuals who display such a bizarre obsession with the sexual behavior of others are almost invariably dealing with personal issues concerning their own sexuality.

    Here’s a tip, Psycheout: Many, many people in the world recognize that men who show an excessive interest in berating homosexuals (and who feel the need to assert repeatedly that homosexual behavior is “gross” or “icky” or “sick”) are almost certainly attempting to overcompensate for their own self-perceived ‘shameful’ thoughts.

    Perhaps you might consider seeking help through your faith instead of turning your self-hatred upon others.

    Comment by you_know_it — October 23, 2007 @ 9:21 pm | Reply

  61. We should kick Rowlings out of our country and revoke her citizenship!

    Comment by Paul — October 23, 2007 @ 12:51 pm

    — Oh yeah, revoke her citizenship because she is SO american already. I’m sure that would be a huge change for her, no to be able to live in the US anymore !

    oh ,wait, she lives in Edinburgh, Scotland ! OMG she’s british !! If THAT isn’t a proof of her sinfulness, what is !

    Comment by C. — October 24, 2007 @ 5:07 am | Reply

  62. [...] argument for tolerance,” some conservatives attacked the revelation, saying it was “revolting” and vindication for the late Rev. Jerry Falwell’s [...]

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  63. Amused – I *am* treating it as satire!

    Comment by Piggy and Tazzy — October 24, 2007 @ 11:54 am | Reply

  64. It seems amazing that so much energy is directed at a work of fiction until you remember that they base their lives (or at least their lip service) to a work of fiction.

    And the projection – good grief. Gore should be in jail, slow painful descent into hell for jim, throw Rowling straight into hell, Rowling a sick, twisted, fag hag, etc etc etc – but, let’s not forget, it is the liberals and atheists that are the haters.

    What lunacy is christianity.

    ROFLMAO

    Comment by T0M SAWYER — October 24, 2007 @ 12:12 pm | Reply

  65. “[Ed Note: B4B has a zero tolerance policy for sin.]”

    I assume by this remark that you don’t consider lying a sin, after all basically everything psycheout says is a lie,, either that or he’s just really really stupid.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — October 24, 2007 @ 1:32 pm | Reply

  66. god god god god god

    I love that “o”

    Man, I was bummed out by this site until I saw this forum. This is great. Solidarity, non-haters.

    If this web site is serious: You guys are haters. Jesus preached a message of love. You are stupid but I don’t hate you, and I’m not even a Christian.

    god god god god god god

    Comment by god-god-god-god-god — October 24, 2007 @ 1:37 pm | Reply

  67. Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett

    “It is painfully clear that he is jealous because we are better than he is, he knows this, and that is all there is to it.”

    Since when do Christians claim to be better than other people,,, that is a very hpocritical statement,, so there goes everyones belief that you are Christian right out the window,, True Christians don’t place themselves above anyone, you however are not a true Christian, you are a hypocrit. And that’s a sorry excuse for a human being.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — October 24, 2007 @ 1:44 pm | Reply

  68. theres nothing wrong with homosexuals!
    2 of my best friends are lesbians! not together, they both with other people and happier than most hetrosexual couples i know!

    Christianity is a joke if this is what you’re meant to think!
    but in our R.E lessons, we got told that its ok to be gay in the strictest christian denomination, just dont have gay sex……and there is no gay sex in any of the harry potter books…….no straight sex either come to think of it!!

    plus i always thought jesus was gay, he was always surrounded by men which is a tad weird for some one who is against homosexuality BUT doesnt judge anyone

    (you seem to forget you’re not meant to judge people until you know them. if you met a gay person but didnt know they was gay and really got on with them, then found out they were gay, what would you do?)

    Comment by Just Regular Sam — October 24, 2007 @ 1:52 pm | Reply

  69. and just to add it

    DUMBLEDORE ISNT REAL!!!! DEAL WITH IT!!!

    you dont NEED to read the books and you dont NEED to see the films!

    Comment by Just Regular Sam — October 24, 2007 @ 1:53 pm | Reply

  70. For some reason or another you so-called Right Wing Christians seem to have forgotten the words of the man Christianity was founded on. Jesus Christ. Do you remember this guy or his words? Do you even care about his words? Allow me to demonstrate.

    Republicans – pro war
    Jesus “The Prince of Peace” Christ said, “Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God”. [Matthew 5:9] “Resist
    not evil: but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek, turn to him the other also”. [Matthew 5:39] “I say unto you, Love your
    enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despite-fully use you, and persecute
    you.” [Matthew 5:44]

    Republicans – anti social welfare
    Christ said, “Love your neighbor as yourself.” [Matthew 22:39] “So in everything, do to others as you would have them do to you.”
    [Matthew 7:12.] “If you would be perfect, go, sell what you possess and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven.”
    [Matthew 19:21] “But when you give a feast, invite the poor, the maimed, the lame, the blind, and you will be blessed, because they cannot repay you. You will be repaid at the resurrection of the just.” [Luke 14:13 &14.]

    And now, here you are judging JK Rowling and homosexuals – (by the way, gay homosexuals is a little redundant don’t you think?). What do you think Christ would say about your holier than thou attitude? Allow Him to tell you in His own words, “If any one of you is without sin, let him be the first to cast a stone at her.” [John 8:7] “Do not judge, lest you too be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.” [Matthew 7:1 & 2.]

    And please don’t go back to Leviticus looking for anti-gay scripture, or I will be forced to remind you that it is in Leviticus that we learn: Clams, oysters, crabs, lobsters, and shrimp are abominations to God. [Leviticus 11:10-12]; Don’t touch any dead creeping things. [Leviticus 11:31]; “The swine … is unclean to you. Of their flesh shall ye not eat, and their carcase shall ye not touch.” (I guess that means you can’t play football with a real ball. [11:7-8]

    I suppose my point is that you guys are the types who only follow the word of the Bible if it suits your agenda and if it doesn’t, you ignore it.

    [Ed Note: Very nice and all, but what does this little rant have to do with the topic at hand? Is this just a generic comment you post on conservative blogs or something?]

    Comment by Robert Rouse — October 24, 2007 @ 2:11 pm | Reply

  71. [...] by the fascist left-wing smear merchants over at Think Progress for a couple of days now over the J.K. Rowling Bares All article, and the unhinged secular progressive echo chamber is piling on.  Typical herd [...]

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  72. Arn,

    Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett is the most humble Christian I know. You should see the kindest and modesty she shows her household staff, even the little brown ones who work for her. She doesn’t say she is better that everyone else, her fellow Christians say that, voted her “Best Christian” twice in row at her church. Now her husband earns a six figure salary thanks to Jesus love for the Crocketts. Can you say that much that you can judge them? I think not.

    No this figures, a good Christian like Psycheout calls evil like he sees it and the wicked form a virtual lynch mob to persecute him and anyone who stand with him. If you were a real Christian Arn like you claim you wouldn’t be enabling this attack.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — October 24, 2007 @ 4:38 pm | Reply

  73. Hmmm… Psycheout, I have a proposal for you.
    I want you to actually read the Harry Potter series, and when you’ve finished, show us the exact points that the books either try to coerce people into practicing witchcraft or, “promotes the gay agenda”. If you can find me ONE, SINGLE piece of evidence, I’ll read the bible from cover to cover. Remember, no fibbing. I’ve read each one at least five or more times.

    Comment by The Learned One — October 24, 2007 @ 4:57 pm | Reply

  74. The harry potter franchise is the work of satan! I caught my youngest son reading one of them last week, and I burned the book and beat him half to death. Why hasn’t anybody done anything to combat this devil scripture. My suggestion is that we let local bookstores know that if they stock books like Harry Potter, they won’t get our buisness. I am currently boycotting Amazon.com for their refusal to remove them! If this failes, we may have to resort to more violent measures.

    Comment by good christian — October 24, 2007 @ 5:16 pm | Reply

  75. “…I burned the book and beat him half to death.”

    An enlightened approach to child rearing, I can tell you are trying to emulate your “father” in heaven.

    “My suggestion is that we let local bookstores know that if they stock books like Harry Potter, they won’t get our buisness. I am currently boycotting Amazon.com for their refusal to remove them!”

    Probably not the most effective strategy. I mean, how many books do you actually buy? After all, if it is not in the bible is it really worth reading?

    “If this failes, we may have to resort to more violent measures.”

    That’s the spirit, you’ve captured the essence of christianity. Onward christian morons…erm soldiers.

    Comment by T0M SAWYER — October 24, 2007 @ 6:41 pm | Reply

  76. Dear Author,

    While I am pleased that you are using your first amendment rights I am very sorry that you are calling your self a Christian. You are doing your testimony harm by behaving in this manner. Did God not tell us to love our enemies? and to do good to those who hate you?

    Dumbledore is Gay. So what? He is fictional. Yes, he will now be used by the Homosexual advocates, Yes, Harry Potter is about witches, but. Yes I said BUT, we are not called to drag him; or his author though the mud. Yes I think that Homosexuality is a sin. I think that it grieves God when we misuse the bodies he gave us and the gift of sex itself. But God still loves Mrs. Rowling. God loved me when I was lost in my sins. It was not through lectures, or being yelled at that I came to know and love God. It was by other Christians loving me right where I was, warts, mud, sins and all.

    We are called to be Jesus’ representatives in this world. We are to hang out with the kind of people he hung out with and love them as he loved them. Jesus hung out with tax collectors, prostitutes, lepers, people from other cultures and all manner of other socially undesirable people in his day. Do you know where he would be today? He would still be hanging with prostitutes but he’d be visiting homosexuals, transsexuals, people with AIDS, the homeless and other socially undesirable people today.

    Someday he is going to comeback and when he does he is not going to what to know how many internet debates you started, how many times you went to church or how many homosexuals you insulted. He is going to ask Who did you welcome into your life? When I was hungry did you feed me? Or tell me that my poverty was my own fault for being lazy and not getting a job. When I was naked did you give me something to wear? Or did you call me names? When I was in prison did you visit me? Or rejoice that another scumbag was off the streets? When I was homeless did you find me a place to stay? Or did you walk right past me praising my father for your brand new coat? Whatsoever you do, whatsoever you say to the homosexual protester, whatsoever you do to the lesbian who moves in across the hall, whatsoever you think about another of my children, whatsoever you do to the least of these, that do you unto me!

    Comment by A Woman of Faith — October 24, 2007 @ 7:24 pm | Reply

  77. You are FreaKING RETARDED!

    Comment by Who Cares — October 24, 2007 @ 9:34 pm | Reply

  78. OMFG! The majority of the ‘Christians’ on this website are soo funny. First of all stop deluding yourselves there is no such thing is as God.

    Second, if you do believe in God, don’t force your children to as well, that’s called being an ass-hole.

    Third, Harry Potter is a work of fiction and all JKR (<– that’s an acronym for all you ‘Christians’ that don’t like them long words…) did was say that a fictional character was gay.

    Guess what, Gay people are statistically more moral than Christians.

    Whatever, if you want to keep believing in God I hope you all enjoy your time in hell.

    You guys got pwned.

    Comment by Ranman — October 24, 2007 @ 11:35 pm | Reply

  79. the only problem i have with this blog:
    “Dumbledore is a gay homosexual who doesn’t deserve to live on God’s green earth.”
    there is no use in saying both ‘gay’ and ‘homosexual.’
    also, I’d like to know where exactly did anyone find the references to wicca in the harry potter books?

    Comment by Julina — October 25, 2007 @ 5:17 am | Reply

  80. Comment by BJ Tabor
    “No this figures, a good Christian like Psycheout calls evil like he sees it and the wicked form a virtual lynch mob to persecute him and anyone who stand with him. If you were a real Christian Arn like you claim you wouldn’t be enabling this attack.”

    You are an idiot, first, I never claimed to be a real Christian, or a Christian at all, I’m not. I have my own beliefs and they do not include Christianity, I have read the Bible (every single word of it more than once) and it teaches a lot of good moral values, but I am not a Christian.
    Second, psycheout is not a Christian, Christians don’t insult people and call them names, like psycheout does, he is an idiot, even more so than you. And Mrs. T. Gaines Crockett is not a Christian either, she did say she was better (“he is jealous because we are better than he is”), that is a copied quote from her post, would you like to try and say she didn’t say that? Now I know this is all a big satire and you guys are not serious, if you were you would be in a mental institute by now, but to make such a mockery of the Christian religion by claiming to be Christian while acting like scum is an insult to those who really believe. As I said, I am not Christian, but I have respect for those who are, as well as members of other religions, but you idiots put yourselves above everyone else which is just nonsense, stupidity will get you nowhere. And believe me,, you guys are really STUPID.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — October 25, 2007 @ 7:15 am | Reply

  81. You said, “[Ed Note: Very nice and all, but what does this little rant have to do with the topic at hand? Is this just a generic comment you post on conservative blogs or something?]”

    No, this isn’t a generic comment I post on conservative blogs. I just find your entire Holier than thou attitude at odds with real Christianity. By the way, I notice you didn’t try to refute my assertion that the so-called Conservative Christian movement that seems to be backing Brownback actually doesn’t follow the teachings of Christ at all. The whole reason I came to your site was because of your attack on Rowling and Dumbledore is gay proclamation. What is your point in attacking?

    My point was that Christ would probably include gays in his flock and try to teach you to be a little more inclusive an understanding. He would not want you to judge other people based on their lifestyles.

    [Ed Note: No he wouldn't.]

    I suppose what I really wanted to know was how you can reconcile your actions with your so-called beliefs?

    [Ed Note: We all act upon our beliefs. Do I really need to explain this to you?]

    Comment by Robert Rouse — October 25, 2007 @ 9:31 am | Reply

  82. Christianity has been taken over by Theocrats and hyperreactionary hate-mongers. Jesus would weep.

    Comment by John — October 25, 2007 @ 10:03 am | Reply

  83. Here’s hoping the onward march of the homosexual agenda leads to more *fabulous* interior design.

    Comment by dumblewhore — October 25, 2007 @ 11:01 am | Reply

  84. I’ve always fought against religious indoctrination as being supersticious brainwashing that is proven to be the cause of more hatred, malice and bloodshed than any other phenomenon in the history of humankind, I found this site by accident via Reddit (in a round about way) and thought at first I had landed on proof that Americans can understand the subtle humour of sarcasm.

    I now realise with horror that this is genuine, I could make endless comments detailing just how you appear to sane individuals but there would clearly be no point.

    This is why most of the civilized world now hates America, those Americans still capable of independant thought please bear in mind how you look to the rest of the world when you pour out such bile into a public domain.

    It is a big world out there and the rest of us are watching you, the reaction of the American public after an author explained of her FICTIONAL character’s back story is fast becoming a worldwide joke.

    On the plus side, your behaviour is sure to increase sales of Ms Rowling’s work as nothing is more certain to generate publicity and further sales than some extremist group shouting about it from the rooftops.

    Keep up the good work, if sales are lagging (which I doubt), your behaviour is certain to correct the situation.

    Comment by Kat — October 25, 2007 @ 11:26 am | Reply

  85. I’D TAP THAT, OVER AND OVER AGAIN, ALL WHILE YOU BURN IN HELL AND GET AN ERECTION AT THE SIN OF SEX AND LUST. THEN I WILL MAKE YOU PLEASURE ME ORALLY. THEN I WILL PARADE BEAUTIFUL WOMEN AROUND IN FRONT OF YOU, UNTIL YOU BEG FOR SEX, THEN I WILL RAPE YOU.

    Comment by ANTI CHRIST — October 25, 2007 @ 8:36 pm | Reply

  86. Wow, I don’t know what to say first. The fact that some old hag had the nerve to say that a “A homosexual lifestyle is a harmful one, That’s proven, medically.” HA. Please spend more time raising your four sheltered kids rather than stating some close minded statement such as that. I have a child, he’s 9, and he looooooooves harry potter, does that make him gay? or a satan follower? NO, he makes him imaginative and bright. He could care less about any of the characters sexual orientation. I don;t think any child who reads would care, it’s the uptight parents who want their kids to grow up in bubbles that actually care that some one could be a homosexual. WAKE UP PEOPLE, ITS 2007 FOR GODS SAKE………what are you going to do when a WOMAN becomes president and LEGALIZES GAY MARRIAGE??? You all need a hobby….leave the children happy and content with their books and movies…find something more constructive to do…honestly.

    Comment by Melissa — October 27, 2007 @ 9:27 am | Reply

  87. JK Rowling is amazing.Not only did she get children away from the television and back into reading, she also captured the interest of adults as well. The Harry Potter series does not promote Satan. Yes, it deals with magic but so does the story of Santa Claus (how else is one to travel around the world in one night and fit down chimneys far too small for him? Obviously magic..) Another name for Santa? Saint Nicholas. Do the people who are “anti-Potter” also discourage their children from the happy wonder of Santa Claus?

    The Harry Potter series promotes acceptance, love, and the triumph of good over evil. That doesn’t sound like a terrible lesson to teach our children…

    Comment by Christina — October 27, 2007 @ 10:15 am | Reply

  88. The MSNBC moonbats need to stop hanging out with ostriches. I am quite certain that you have been looking at your own sexual organs for the last 500 years, and admit that the earth is flat. Round earthers should be shot, maimed, and urinated on.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — October 28, 2007 @ 10:34 am | Reply

  89. “It is painfully clear that he is jealous because we are better than he is, he knows this, and that is all there is to it.”

    Mrs. Gaines, need I remind you that pride is one of the Seven Deadly Sins?

    Comment by a TRUE Christian — October 28, 2007 @ 4:16 pm | Reply

  90. Woman of Faith: I commend you. You are truly a light in the darkness. *bows*

    Comment by a TRUE Christian — October 28, 2007 @ 4:25 pm | Reply

  91. By the way, by homosexuality being medically dangerous, are you referring to the AIDS epidemic? Because I have shocking statistics for you.

    Yes, homosexual males are most likely to get AIDS. Heterosexual males are in second, and heterosexual females third most likely.

    However, lesbians are dramatically less likely to contract AIDS than any of the aforementioned groups. If health were the main issue here, there would be people lobbying for all women to become lesbians, and nobody is stupid enough to claim that.

    Comment by a TRUE Christian — November 14, 2007 @ 9:43 pm | Reply

  92. The harry potter franchise is the work of satan! I caught my youngest son reading one of them last week, and I burned the book and beat him half to death. Why hasn’t anybody done anything to combat this devil scripture. My suggestion is that we let local bookstores know that if they stock books like Harry Potter, they won’t get our buisness. I am currently boycotting Amazon.com for their refusal to remove them! If this failes, we may have to resort to more violent measures.

    Comment by good christian — October 24, 2007 @ 5:16 pm
    you know that is child abuse and I have reported you to the athorities you are the worst of your religon you need to step into reality and quit following a fake person who is supposed to give life and by the way jesus was gay he surounded himself by men who wer fasinated with him (guess he had a big D*** for them to worship him the babtist religon must die!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Comment by THE DRUID — November 17, 2007 @ 10:46 pm | Reply

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