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Inspired Wordsmith
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Registered: ‎04-29-2011
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Re: Any suggestions for the Satanic Bible?

beeyebickiebuy wrote:

kingskidjan wrote:

My daughter told me the same thing.  I told her "they just had to choose a weekend."  I remember in the '50 when someone came to the door and told my mom the world was coming to an end.  It is nice to be able to plan ahead. :smileytongue:

I would think that they would select a Monday so that they could get a large turnout at church the day before.

I for one am very irritated that I have to die not knowing what B&N was going to announce on the 24th.  Very annoying.  I would have liked to know.:smileymad:

Inspired Wordsmith
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Re: Any suggestions for the Satanic Bible?

I guess that I will not need that bible after all.  Way to go Rapturites.  You got us all excited for nothing.