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Anti - Westboro Baptist Demonstration at Sundance Film Festival   Jan 23, 2011;  Park City, UT, USA

 Links -   Gays 2010  Westboro 2011  |  Idaho 2011  Gays 2008  Animals  Pope 1995   ERA  1982  Islam  |  Apostrophe Hell

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American Atheists were present to counter - demonstrate  at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, in January 2011 to protest the  Westboro Baptist church. Five atheists  from Salt Lake Valley Atheists and about 200 people including actor and director Kevin Smith participated in the protest.  We  passed out copies of the American Atheist magazine that featured an earlier protest of of the hate group. Lots of fun and action.

Good coverage on the local ABC channel...
Kevin Smith's Christian Fundamentalist Horror Movie

 Links:  
    Dr. Van Buskirk's Baptist wisdom
    Westboro membership list; names addresses, email, phone...

 
Counter demonstrators (left)                 Westboro (right)

 
Richard Andrews, Utah Director, American Atheists
 

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Other kinds of Christians: Chicago Christians at a gay pride parade apologize for homophobia of the Church.

Piers Morgan interviews Lauren Drain who escaped from the Westboro Baptist church, but who still believes in the existence of gods.  Stupid.  You Tube


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Apostrophe Hell:  ATTEMPT'S TO FORM THE PLURAL BY USE OF THE POSSESSIVE CASE

 Links -   Gays 2010  Westboro 2011  |  Idaho 2011  Gays 2008  Animals  Pope 1995   ERA  1982  Islam 

 

 Hmmm...  I'm not sure... Do we really hate RACIST'S ?

WHOM DO WE HATE?

To be fair, this photo may not be from the Westboro Baptists'  intellectual's body of work; I don't know.  The source is from Anu Garg's FREE Word-A-Day (original) :

 

"So many people to hate, so little time.  If there's an apostrophe hell this has to be it. If you see that fellow with his banner, ask him, "Why do you the apostrophe so much? Repent and believe in grammar."

But don't let that banner push you away from apostrophes either. There are places where an apostrophe has its place. Each of this week's terms answers the question: Whose what? And each of them takes an apostrophe. Go ahead, add one to each term every time you write it -- you can do so religiously, without thinking.

Rest assured there's no hell, grammar or otherwise. You don't need to pay for the overuse of apostrophes in another life. Overall, the universe's apostrophe store stays in balance. It seems our linguistic world was intelligently designed -- for every gratuitous apostrophe there's an instance where it's to be omitted.

My thank's to the reader who sent me that mans photo."

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    The Possessive:
Does the name of this church make sense?

    Religion of Peace  Demonstration

 ATTEMPT'S TO FORM THE PLURAL BY USE OF THE POSSESSIVE

 

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Westboro Baptist Church Pickets Liquor Store Over Phelps Death Discount

An Oklahoma liquor store is offering 10% off on champagne in honor of the death of Fred Phelps.

To commemorate the occasion, Moore Liquor decided to have a champagne sale and posted a sign reading, “Fred Phelps 1929-2014, Champagne 10% off! Not a coincidence.” The WBC doesn’t find the sign funny and plans to protest.
Source: www.alan.com

 

 

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