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Mormons
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Mormons don't want you calling them Mormons anymore


Quote:The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is embarking on a rebranding effort of sorts.

The church, commonly referred to as the Mormons, really wants people to stop using that word. It also wants people to stop using LDS as an abbreviation. From now on, it prefers that people use the church's full name, and when a shortened reference is needed, to just use "the Church" or "Church of Jesus Christ."
These preferences are contained in a new style guide that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released Thursday. It states that while "the term 'Mormon Church' has long been publicly applied to the Church as a nickname, it is not an authorized title, and the Church discourages its use." It also asks that the term "Mormons" not be used in references to members.

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...people who waste this life on 'sacrifice and devotion' to a god they think is going to give them a better one.  This is as good as it gets, and they don't appreciate that.- Di Wundrin
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"A turd by any other name still smells as sweet."
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I suppose the Catholic Church will be next, demanding that people refer to their clergy as "priest", "bishop", and "cardinal" instead of "institution-enabled peodiphile".
...people who waste this life on 'sacrifice and devotion' to a god they think is going to give them a better one.  This is as good as it gets, and they don't appreciate that.- Di Wundrin
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(08-26-2018, 08:56 AM)grayman Wrote:  I suppose the Catholic Church will be next, demanding that people refer to their clergy as "priest", "bishop", and "cardinal" instead of "institution-enabled peodiphile".

Brilliant!
Love is... that one person whose freshly-warm toilet seat you don't find disgusting.
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...people who waste this life on 'sacrifice and devotion' to a god they think is going to give them a better one.  This is as good as it gets, and they don't appreciate that.- Di Wundrin
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#6
Legendary!

You gotta say, the Mormon church has given us some great humour and satire.

I see they're still posthumously baptising people.

I'll keep on posthumously gaying Mormons.

Did you know Joseph Smith was an avowed homosexual butt-fucker?

As you'd expect, he preferred young black men. He liked to grease them up with pork fat before sliding his penis up their rectums. Yes, that Joseph Smith, founder of the Church of Latter-Day Saints. Nice fella, old Joe. Found water in a desert, too.
Love is... that one person whose freshly-warm toilet seat you don't find disgusting.
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I have a special place in my heart for Mormons.

I encountered them in my life.
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Don't forget Joe was accused of treason too.
You can lead 'em to knowledge, but you can't make 'em think.
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They have an angel naked "Moroni".
No joke.

I was pressure hard to join the LDS camp; due to my ex-wife's parents.
Her dad was high up in the scam.

The closest I ever came to LDS was LSD.

They were very white and very clean.
At the time, they didn't allow black males to enter the priesthood.
They have since changed that policy.

Yet, they remain very much white supremacists.
They are very much pro-war republicans.

It's a frightening cult.

Yet, super wholesome.
And powerful.

Their official ideology makes Scientologists seem almost quaint.

I could do anti-Mormon rants for days.
I know way too much about them.
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"It's a frightening cult.

Yet, super wholesome.
And powerful."

Super wholesome. OK.

But they are sick in their brains like a cat with parvo virus. Super lovey right up until the day they sink those fangs in deep right to the bone. And then you have to have them euthanized.
You can lead 'em to knowledge, but you can't make 'em think.
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