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In your Separation of Church and State Nice Time, the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a Ten Commandments monument at the state Capitol building has to be removed, because it violates the Oklahoma Constitution, never mind the U.S. one. Fans of Establishment Clause trolls the Satanic Temple aren’t sure whether to rejoice or be a little sad today, because now the group has no reason to push for the inclusion of its awesome statue of Baphomet giving his Satanic blessing to little children. Sadly, we have a feeling it will still be needed elsewhere.

The OK Supremes (which would be a great name for a band that does covers of OK Go and Diana Ross) held that the monument violated Article 2, Section 5 of the Oklahoma Constitution, which states:

No public money or property shall ever be appropriated, applied, donated, or used, directly or indirectly, for the use, benefit, or support of any sect, church, denomination, or system of religion, or for the use, benefit, or support of any priest, preacher, minister, or other religious teacher or dignitary, or sectarian institution as such.

Even though the monument was a gift from a private donor, the court held in a 5-2 decision that its presence at the Capitol nonetheless constituted a “use, benefit or support of a sect or system of religion,” so it has to go. The lawsuit was filed by the ACLU of Oklahoma on behalf of four plaintiffs; in September 2014, a county district judge ruled the monument legal because it had “historical value,” but the state supreme court didn’t buy that reasoning, since the state Constitution is pretty insistent about its prohibitions. The decision notes that “Use of the words ‘no,’ ‘ever,’ and ‘any’ reflects the broad and expansive reach of the ban,” and the court also emphasized that even “indirect” benefits to religion are a no-no.

As a fun bit of trivia, the court dismissed the Legislature’s rationale for approving the monument, which depended on a case from Texas in which another similar Ten Commandments monument was found not to violate the U.S. Constitution’s Establishment Clause. The Oklahoma court pretty much said, “So what?” because “the issue in the case at hand is whether the Oklahoma Ten Commandments monument violates the Oklahoma Constitution, not whether it violates the Establishment Clause.” The “historical” argument didn’t fly either, since “the Ten Commandments are obviously religious in nature and are an integral part of the Jewish and Christian faiths.”

Dang. They noticed. Also, in another fun bit of trivia, the Oklahoma monument actually has eleven commandments on it. Go ahead, count ’em. At least they fixed the spelling errors.

If we were really, really cynical, we might suggest that, by emphasizing that its decision is based solely in the state Constitution, the OK Supremes (“Where Did Our Love Go Again?”) may have also provided the good Christian people (who care about history and the basis of the law) an out: All they need to do is to amend it, which can be done relatively easily — just toss in an exception to that meddlesome Article 2, Section 5, to allow a Ten Commandments Historical Monument. The thing would still be subject to federal lawsuits, but it would take a while for those to work their way through the courts, by which time who knows how many sins may have been prevented by the public reminders to observe the Sabbath and not kill anyone. And the Satanic Temple will have a place to try to put their lovely monument again.

[Tulsa World / Friendly Atheist / Tulsa World again / Image by James Nimmo]

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  • schmannity

    Oklahoma better brace for an explosion of ass coveting.

    • darnyoudarnyoutoheck

      Good thing too. Capitalist economies would collapse pretty spectacularly if we all stopped coveting stuff.

  • memzilla
  • Lizzietish81

    Ten commandments are the basis for our laws! Which is why Adultery, coveting, worshiping someone other than the Jewish God and not holding the sabbath are illegal!

    • Ryan Denniston

      Also too, why you can’t buy beer before noon on Sunday even though that leaves you exactly one HOUR to get to the store and back home before kickoff, and you still have to fix the food for your guests and that means you end up missing half of the first quarter…

      Sorry, I have issues with Sharia Law in the South.

      • Lizzietish81

        Or Massachusetts.

        • mtn_philosoph

          Yes, but can you buy wine in a supermarket on the non-Jesus days?

          • Lizzietish81

            No.

      • Vecciojohn

        It’s a damn fine state of affairs when the guvmint won’t let you get liquored up before noon. Thanks Obama.

        • Logic of Color

          Screw you guys, here in SC we can’t buy it on Sunday all FREAKIN DAY

          • Awesome Man

            Can’t get liquor or beer on Sunday in NC either. :(.

          • JohnR

            Thought ya’ll made your own, saw it on TV.

          • mtn_philosoph

            Including moonshine?

      • nightmoth

        Beer-less Yankees make Southerners laff and laff because all true sons and daughters of the South know to “get ye to a liquor store before midnight on Saturday.”

        • Ryan Denniston

          That’s brilliant! And the solution was there in plain sight, why have I never thought of that?

        • Logic of Color

          Umm no, that just leads to more drinking Saturday night and possibly sleeping through pre-game

          • Blank Ron

            And sleeping through the pre-game show is bad because…?

          • mtn_philosoph

            Crap, they can’t even set any aside on Saturday for use on Sunday and instead go and to drink up everything in the house? Damn, I have no sympathy. It takes me a month or more to go through a 6-pack of beer because I don’t want to kill the six off too quickly. If I did then it would be a long wait until I got the next month’s pension check and could go out and buy another one.

      • Viva La Tabula Raza

        It’s worse than you think, since OK and TX are in the central time zone and the early games all start straight up at noon, so you don’t even have that hour of which you speak.

      • david green

        Well, out here on the left coast, you can run down to the local convenience store and pick up a couple of six-packs of a good micro-brew anytime between 0600 and 0200 the next night. Yah, you can also buy some of the Clydesdale piss Budweiser sells.

    • Skwerl King

      Oh the butthurt if they found out that our law is based on English common law which is based on pagan tribal law, which is based on “he-who-owns-the-most-sheep-and-young-slaves” law.

      • Msgr_Moment

        Who needs sheep if you got those nubile slaves?

        • zerosumgame0005

          sometimes sheep herders just want a bit of “strange”, so they try those nubile slaves.

          • Antimassacree

            So many had just sheep but no slaves. Ew. Or ewe, I guess.

    • memzilla

      I would like to add some Commandments, like: “Thou Shalt Not Be A Douchebag,” and “Thou Shalt Stay In Thy Lane.”

      • Mary Sandoras

        Thou shalt not speak the language of word salad. ever.

      • grumblestiltskin

        Amen. No coveting the ass of my Toyota.

      • elviouslyqueer

        Thou shalt keep fucking thy chicken.

      • Tony Alexander

        no talking during the feature ffs

        would be a hit with me.

        • Blank Ron

          MST3K libel!

      • Dee Andee

        Also, too, thou shalt use turn signals!

        • bobbert

          And, thou shalt turn off the fucking turn signal if you don’t mean it.

          • david green

            HEY! I’m 70 and if I want to drive in the far left-hand lane at 52 mph with my signal blinker on, then I’m gonna do it. So sue me, you whiners!

      • Whale Chowder

        But NOT the fucking left lane unless you’re passing.

      • mtn_philosoph

        Thou shalt not drive slow in the left lane.

    • JustPixelz

      The only two commandments that are clearly reflected in today’s laws are no killing and no stealing. Those are also “commandments” in every culture, so not exactly groundbreaking.

      • Blank Ron

        Though I note that lately there seem to have been an awful lot of exceptions to both.

    • Msgr_Moment

      I assume the shellfishverbot was one of numbers 11-15.

      • Gleem-McShinez

        Probably also lost head-rounding and beard-cornering in that set.
        Damn, how can anyone even be moral if their beard isn’t trimmed in certain ways?

        I always like to imagine that “the other set” was all the punishments for violating the first 10. “Thou shalt receive tornadoes and floods and be infested with simpletons for every coveting”

  • Politics_Nerd

    Oh the butthurt, she cried.

  • VandeGraf

    God was on the 7th Celestial Hole and too busy to notice. S/he has, however, faith that someone or something somewhere eventually will at least attempt to do the right thing as far as they understand what that might be. Until then, s/he’ll be concentrating on getting to the (mostly) green.

    • Vecciojohn

      Is that the one where they use the moon as a sand trap?

  • Incoming Ham

    Shame. I was really looking forward to seeing the Baphomet statue.

  • cleanfront

    So, you’re telling me they aren’t OK with it?

  • Dudleydidwrong

    Judge Roy Moore will ride over to Oklahoma on his trusty steed “Butthurt” and set right the wrong that has been done to the good people who need the Eleven Commandments on a monument to keep from doing bad things.

  • FlemmishSpy

    Why is there a PlayStation logo under the 11th?

    Are we not to covet thy neighbor’s gaming system?

  • docterry6973

    Is there wailing? Gnashing of teeth? Rending of garments?

  • SnarkTank

    “The OK Supremes (which would be a great name for a band that does covers of OK Go and Diana Ross)”

    Radiohead libulz!!11!!11!!!

  • actor212

    GOD IS DEAD! OKLAHOMA SURVIVES! Film at eleven…

  • Ryan Denniston

    The statue isn’t even accurate. Where are the other 5 commandments?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I48hr8HhDv0

    • Biff52

      Beat me by 3 hours. Damn it!

  • Brother Yam

    What’s with double-up on the coveting? Who doesn’t like a nice covet now and then? Oy…

    • Logic of Color

      I coveted the shit out of my wife before we ever went out, and it worked out just fine. Oh, and I committed lust in my heart. I don’t know how these people ever get laid.

  • Skwerl King

    Dear Penthouse: I was wandering on the Oklahoma capitol grounds coveting my neighbor’s wife when suddenly I noticed the Ten Commandments were missing and a rainbow was in the sky….

    • actor212

      Signed,
      Oklahomo

    • House0fTheBlueLights

      A rainbow? So then you started coveting your neighbor’s husband?

      • Skwerl King

        Chicka chicka Boom boom!

  • Bill Slider

    This is good news for those who claim the basis for the US Constitution is the Bible. The Oklahoma Supremes agree with you and raise you a Tora.

  • proudgrampa

    Thank God I’m an atheist.

  • Viva La Tabula Raza

    Huh, you’d figure that 11th Commandment would be “No Homo, Bro.”

  • Vecciojohn

    There were originally eleven commands to the Constitution?

    • Blank Ron

      Ten commandments and one amendment.

      • Vecciojohn

        Oh yeah, the No Homo Amendment.

  • VandeGraf

    Okay, so as Christianists– previously Hebrew– we’re obliged to do right by our neighbor. But what if the guy lives a couple houses down and we don’t really know him?

    • Vecciojohn

      Look, a rule is a rule. You must love all of the people in your gated community. Unless they’re black or something like that. (Yeah, like that’s going to happen.)

  • Vecciojohn

    In retaliation, the state legislature voted to make Jesus the state bird and put his picture on all the license plates and state documents.

    • AntiDerpomeme

      He’s quite majestic, I think

      • Biff52

        Direct result of all the chicken-fucking, obvs.

      • darnyoudarnyoutoheck

        That’s *sniff* beautiful.?

    • VandeGraf

      I think I saw a kettle of Jesus’s near some roadkill.

  • Me not sure

    Why aren’t these people willing to find a nice church somewhere near the Capital and in an act of Christian charity make them a gift of the thing?

    • Tony Alexander

      not ‘in your face’ enough!

      • Me not sure

        Sorry, I thought only Libruls crammed stuff down people’s throats.

        • Logic of Color

          When they do it, it’s clearly for our own good.

      • Gleem-McShinez

        “12. Thou shalt clubbeth thine sane-folk with The Lord’s jiggery-pokery until applesauce doth pour out”

    • MrBlobfish

      They were sure it was going to work this time

      • Me not sure

        Curses! Foiled again!

        • bozilingus

          Damn meddling kids!

          • Me not sure

            …and their dog.

    • Dee Andee

      Gift it to a Black congregation. Assholes torched another of their churches last night.

      • Me not sure

        Well, that ought to make it all better.

        • Dee Andee

          Doubt it. :(

          • Me not sure

            Reverse racism!

      • doktorzoom

        For what it’s worth, it’s looking like God was the arsonist this time. http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/fire-south-carolina-black-church-not-arson-article-1.2277554

        • Dee Andee

          It sounds weird to say ‘good’ about a fire, but…good. Better nature than assholes, any day. Thanks Dok.

        • Snopes Shop

          That will negate arson in all the other church fires, no doubt.

        • Biff52

          So an act of god, then?

          ♪♪Awkward!♪♪

          • mtn_philosoph

            [sad trombone]

  • JustPixelz

    Typical activist judges use the actual literal words of the constitution to make their decisions.

    • Tony Alexander

      damned hippies!

    • Antimassacree

      Wonder if the two dissenters were able to complain about the majority’s ‘jiggery-pokery’.

      • Reddishrabbit

        Applesauce!
        Pure applesauce!!

      • SullivanSt

        I’d be willing to bet the dissents are argle bargle.

  • Mary Sandoras

    But I have one more prayer.

    • VandeGraf

      As long as it’s not the “just” prayer, where they ask the bird to “just [this]” and “just [that]”. I’m hoping that the “just” prayer is a regional peculiarity!

      • Kat Anyperson

        Likely a grammar pattern from a subdialect. Goodness knows we have so many @_@

        http://aschmann.net/AmEng/

        • VandeGraf

          Now, THAT’S interesting!

  • JustPixelz

    Their commandments go up to eleven.

    • VandeGraf

      That’s an interpretation, Satan Spawn! .

    • Antimassacree

      Though no more effective than the ones that only go to ten. Just like guitar amplifiers.

    • Gleem-McShinez

      Jesus was thinking about working as haberdasher, in a chapeau shop.

  • weejee

    ISIS takes over Oklahoma in 3, 2, 1…

    • Not they’re to busy taking over all the Le Sex Shoppes.

  • MrBlobfish

    monument where it belongs, like a football stadium?

    • Logic of Color

      Or a state penitentiary

    • Mehmeisterjr

      Wait a minute, a football stadium is sacred ground and no monument should contradict this commandment: “I am the Lord thy God football. You shall allow no other sport to come before me.”

  • elviouslyqueer

    Spittle-covered, invective-filled memo from Mary Fallin in 3…2…1…

  • elviouslyqueer

    Needs moar Lawd Jesus Cat, amen.

    • AntiDerpomeme

      What? There is a Lawd Jesus Cat?!! How do I not know of this already?

      • elviouslyqueer

        Honey, I’m from the South. “Lord/Lawd Jesus” is about as prevalent in our vocab as is “Bless Your Heart.” Thus:

  • Joshua Norton

    Notice that the dude’s name sticks out as big as the commandments. I highly doubt the reason for his little giftee was to be a saintly, humble do-gooder. I’m surprised it isn’t in neon lights.

  • SpaceCaptainWarlock

    “Thou shall not covet thy neighbors wife, nor thy manservant, nor thy maidservent, nor thy cattle…”

    Um… does it seem strange to anyone else that “cattle” appears in that commandment?

    • zerosumgame0005

      not in Oklahoma…or Texass for that matter!

    • Wives, slaves, and herd animals were all property (more or less), so it makes a sort of perverse sense.

    • Dee Andee

      With the extra-added eleventh commandment not to covet anyone’s house. The McMansion Amendment.

    • Reddishrabbit

      Maybe that’s the only thing keeping Santorum from his true love, that loving dog.
      It would be irresponsible not to speculate.

    • darnyoudarnyoutoheck

      Not odd at all, all chattle. Movable goods, owned by a fellow dude-bro.

  • Msgr_Moment

    I suggest we vote in an eleventh commandment that overturns the first ten. You know, just like the 21st overturned the 18th.

    • Vecciojohn

      Thou shalt mind thine own goddamn business.

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JSeuDDzjIB8

    • Robert Ivey

      There is an 11th Commandment. Its in the new testament.

      Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God
      with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This
      is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.

      • eddi

        Jay had a lot of good ideas. Too bad nobody listened.

  • Spotts1701

    So, anyone need a really big paperweight?

    • eddi

      Sandblast it clean and I’ll buy it for the tombstone of Donald Trump’s Presidential ambitions for 2016.

  • Geez, if we don’t have a public display reminding us of our Christian faith, then all we have left are our bibles, our churches, Christian books, Christian radio stations, Christian movies and TV shows, Christian T-shirts, Christian breath mints, and novelty Christian chotskies like Precious Moments figurines.

    How am I expected to maintain my faith with such a paucity of reminders not to go out and worship idols?

    • eddi

      Careful. Those figurines may count as idols.

  • MrBlobfish

    I like how they put two Stars of David on there to throw us off the scent. The 5k Jews in OK thank you.

  • MrBlobfish

    I suddenly have an urge to go covet something.

    • AntiDerpomeme

      Related to that earlier GIF of bouncing bazooms, no doubt.

      • Whale Chowder

        Yup, got the coveting covered.

      • Gleem-McShinez

        That’s my neighbor?! I need to covet some binoculars, stat!

  • jjdaddyo

    In other news, the Koch Brothers will be placing a Golden Calf statue on the Capitol grounds and all legislators will be required to dance around it while speaking in tongues before entering the building.

    • BackDoorMan

      … well, they already have a statue on Wall St. but it’s bronze (close enough) and from the looks of that one, I know where all that ‘speaking in tongues’ action is happening.

  • The Big Truth

    Well, as an Oklahoman, I can’t argue with the Court’s rationale for their decision, because, you know, f#ck Texas.

    Soooooooooners #1! (Insert rousing rendition of OU fight song here)

    • Latverian Diplomat

      Texas doing something is usually a good argument for not doing it.

  • Sterculius

    The truth is that the wingnut OK legislators asked for it to be removed because it was obviously God’s attempt at big government socialist regulation of the otherwise free market created by Koch brother bribes, er, I mean free speech money.

  • Playonwords

    Which version of the magnificent 10?

    The ones found in Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5 and if so which version? The Catholic version or the Protestant version?

    Or perhaps the version in Exodus 34:12-26

    Technically however there are 613 Mitzvot (laws) in the Old Testament, not just 10.

    • JohnR

      All true christians know catholicism is the hore of Babylon.

      • BackDoorMan

        … whereas the Bore of Babble-on is generally regarded to be $arah Palin, she of the Dominionist Christians…

  • JohnR

    That’s nothing I once lived in a dry county in Darkansas and would take a ferry across Bull Shoals like to Missouri to but booze.

  • Jen_Baker_VA

    You guys missed the real story. This good christian doctor who donates religious monuments named one of his kids Amity.

    http://ia.media-imdb.com/images/M/MV5BMTc0NDMyNTU3M15BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwMjM0MTgwNA@@._V1_SX640_SY720_.jpg

    • SK

      That should shield the kid from Josh Duggar.

  • AnOuthouse

    and stop coveting your neighbor’s shit. Right now!

  • Rufus T. Firefly

    Stop coveting my ass, you preverts!

    • Antimassacree

      But who is my neighbor?

  • Fly

    Satan wins big in Oklahoma.

    • eddi

      Actually he lost a big chance to twist everyone’s knickers into a tight knot by getting his statue erected.

  • I’m confused, but I admit that I didn’t pay much attention in Sunday School–which commandment is bogus and added later? There’s 11, but there should be 10. Or maybe the private donor is a Spinal Tap fan…?

    • Latverian Diplomat

      Catholics and Lutherans fold the first two (Other gods and graven images into one).

      Other Protestant separate those two, but combine the last two (the two covet ones) into one commandment.

      So, when you just say something like “the 8th commandment” you have to be careful who you are talking to or spell out which numbering you are using.

      Bear in mind, there are ten because ten is a mystically important number, the ancients didn’t always count very accurately. Try to figure who the twelve disciples are sometime. There are more than twelve names listed across the gospels (12, is another “nice” number numerologically speaking).

      • Aha!!! Son YOU were the one that was paying attention during Sunday School!

        • Latverian Diplomat

          Yes, I earned my Kool-Aid and cookies in Vacation Bible School too.

      • Biff52

        Actually, there were 15 Commandments.

        • eddi

          Oy!

    • Jonathan Lawson

      Sure, 10 commandments are good enough for god, but OK needs 11.

      • Duke Woolworth

        Only three are crimes: Murder, theft, and perjury. One is the basis of advertising: Coveting.

  • Spork

    Do these activist judges have no respect for a venerable three year tradition of displaying the commandments?

  • marxalot

    Well, of course they ignored the “does it violate the Establishment Clause” precedent: that precedent was set in a Texas case. Like any neighbors or siblings, the two territories would rather go without than take the other’s hand me downs.

  • natoslug

    If this shit keeps happening, I’m going to have to accept that our little chunk of the world is actually getting better in some ways. Of course, I’m going to also start demanding more of this hopey-changey stuff — how about single payer healthcare and a free Tesla for all?

    • Blank Ron

      Car or coil?

      • natoslug

        Both! Although a Tesla clone for all would also be nice. The pigeons, at least, would be ecstatic.

  • harryeagar

    Does No. 10 mean that Christians cannot watch HGTV?

    • eddi

      That’s cool but watch out around garage sales. Remember to say “I need that” rather than “I want that”. Avoid any hint of coveting. Word choice is vital when dealing with paranoid, rageaholic thunder/war gods.

  • Gleem-McShinez

    Damn! Fixed the misspellings, but now the engraving company forgot the asterisk by the “graven images” line!

  • PDX Realness

    Wait, since when is coveting your neighbor’s manservant a sin? Julio and I are in love!

  • Candy Apple

    Those things aren’t cheap. My uncle’s trying to put together a monument for one of my polygamous ancestors for the Utah State Capitol grounds and the thing is going to cost a bundle. (Around $100,000, but the lolz all come from rubbing Utah’s polygamy into everyone’s face yet again, so I’m firmly behind the project.) Anyway, Dr. Ritze is gonna be pissed his lovely monument is getting booted.

  • Duke Woolworth

    Isn’t the eleventh commandment “Thou shalt not get caught doing the other ten.”

  • SullivanSt

    Counting the commandments has always been far more of an interpretive art than a science. One might even describe it as jiggery-pokery.

    Of course, treating it as a historical document is kind of fun, since if we go line by line:

    “I am the Lord thy God” – a statement the 1st Amendment prohibits the government from endorsing.

    “Thou shalt have no other Gods before me” – a rule the 1st Amendment prohibits the government from adopting

    “Thou shalt not make to thyself any graven images” – ditto

    “Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain” – same again

    “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy” – getting to be a theme, isn’t it (this time on Establishment grounds, previous ones were on Free Exercise grounds)? To those who would protest that laws which until quite recently covered most or all of the US tightly controlled what business was allowed to be done on Sundays, the riposte is of course that that ain’t the Sabbath day, Saturday is.

    “Honor thy father and thy mother yadda yadda” – never been US law

    “Thou shalt not kill” – except that US law does allow killing; specifying as murder, this is hardly unique to Jews and Christians, for example the Code of Ur-Nammu made murder a capital offense

    “Thou shalt not commit adultery” – modern understanding of the 4th and 14th Amendments would seem to prohibit enforcing this; of course there have been (I think still are a couple) state laws against it – but again, hardly unique to the Bible, because, again, the Code of Ur-Nammu made adultery a capital offense

    “Thou shalt not steal” – say, you know what else the Code of Ur-Nammu made a capital offense?

    “Thou shalt not bear false witness against they neighbor” – under many circumstances, the 1st Amendment prohibits enforcing this; when it comes to, say, perjury, again not unique to Judeo-Christian tradition – the Code of Hammurabi made perjury a capital offense.

    “Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s house”
    “Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s anything else” – mmmmm, thought crime – hey, that’s never been US law.

    So yeah, as a piece of history it is useful for examining wingnut claims that our law and/or constitution is based on the ten commandments, because it emphatically rejects it – most of the commandments are not and never have been part of US law, half of them the constitution prohibits enacting, and those that are or were part of US law are all also found in codes that significantly predate the Torah (and likely provided inspiration for it).

  • Blank Ron

    Tangentially related:
    I always get a kick out of those ‘Biblically accurate’ pics of the Ten Commandments written on the tablets IN HEBREW. Even if anything remotely similar to the Exodus happened (survey says, nope, not even close) it would have been damned prescient of the big G to write ’em out in a language that wouldn’t exist for a few centuries.

  • Helena Handbag

    Since when are myths, legends, and shit just purely manufactured from thin air considered “history”?

    • eddi

      Their effects on real history are fascinating though. Like train wreck fascinating.

  • That does it, OK Supreme Court! County clerk’s across the land will now refuse to gay-marry you for vio!caring thier sincere religious beliefs.

  • Noxious1

    Darn it! I was SO looking forward to that Baphomet statue on the OK state capitol lawn.

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