San Diego Union Tribune Covers MRFF: San Diego-based admiral declines to probe Bible placement at Okinawa hospital

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  1. Grey One talks sass

    Fine. Christians get their place at the table which means my faith must be allowed too. The Witches Bible Complete and Tibetan Book of the Dead will make healthy additions to the books already mentioned in the article.

    Equality appears to be oppression to those drenched with privilege.

  2. Calif Anon

    The Witches Bible, don’t we still burn witches and their occult books? Time to break out the pitchforks and torches.

  3. G

    You can’t burn witches anymore Calif Anon; otherwise, we might as well let the Japanese crucified their people who had convert to Christianity.

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