Is religion universal?

Re: Is religion universal?

Postby Zla'od » 28 Sep 2011, 21:08

And may the Good Brothers refrain from sliming us with their ectoplasm.
"In the Legislative Yuan, Chu has the option of attending meetings as the KMT chair or the mayor of New Taipei City. When asked if it would be awkward to be in that position, Chu used a baseball reference and said that today he may be the pitcher and tomorrow he may be the catcher." http://www.chinapost.com.tw/taiwan/nati ... ent-of.htm
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Re: Is religion universal?

Postby jdsmith » 28 Sep 2011, 21:11

TainanCowboy wrote:Thank G-d there is debate n this matter.


Meh, I think the obvious answer is "No" but that comes with a few qualifications. :wink:
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