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    UBE!

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    I'm very disappointed in that list. I was considering these:

    1. Smug Religiosity
    2. Commercial Advertising
    3. Those crappy fake Sheetz "cappucinos"
    4. Truthiness
    5. Media politics
    6. MySpace.com
    7. the Wii
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanan View Post
    UBE!
    Relax, I was joking. (Based on that old song "Jesus Loves the Little Children" or something like that.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I'm very disappointed in that list. I was considering these:
    1. Smug Religiosity
    2. Commercial Advertising
    3. Those crappy fake Sheetz "cappucinos"
    4. Truthiness
    5. Media politics
    6. MySpace.com
    7. the Wii
    Why the Wii and not the PS3?

    (Or maybe because old people, who are also likely nuns, play with the Wii?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Relax, I was joking. (Based on that old song "Jesus Loves the Little Children" or something like that.)
    I know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Why the Wii and not the PS3?
    (Or maybe because old people, who are also likely nuns, play with the Wii?)
    It was the Wii because that's all I could think of right now.

    "8. Old-fart senility."

    Enjoy your brain cells while they last.
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    Roman Polanski should be pope.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    It was the Wii because that's all I could think of right now.

    "8. Old-fart senility."

    Enjoy your brain cells while they last.
    8 Deadly Sins are not logical. They are not of a divine number nor divisible by a divine number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    8 Deadly Sins are not logical. They are not of a divine number nor divisible by a divine number.
    Depending on one's perspective, 8 could be appropriate as the number of redemption and resurrection. 7 is a very unlucky number to the Chinese... which I'm sure the Pope could give a flip about except to convert them from Buddhism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanan View Post
    Depending on one's perspective, 8 could be appropriate as the number of redemption and resurrection. 7 is a very unlucky number to the Chinese... which I'm sure the Pope could give a flip about except to convert them from Buddhism.
    I bet 7 is an unlucky number in satanic cults, as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    I bet 7 is an unlucky number in satanic cults, as well.
    Probably since they usually "flip" anything Catholic. Not very original thinkers actually.

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