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336 weeks ago @ The Wild Hunt - Esoteric Publishers, C... · 0 replies · +6 points

Your attack on "a coffee colored world" is an attack on me and my (interracial) family. Live and let live indeed. I think your ideas on that issue are completely idiotic, no matter how enveloped in lofty intellectualism they may be.

336 weeks ago @ The Wild Hunt - Esoteric Publishers, C... · 0 replies · +12 points

Good for you, Scarlet Imprint.

336 weeks ago @ The Wild Hunt - The Fifth Sacred Thing... · 0 replies · +1 points

I liked this book when I read it about ten years ago...ofcourse I was much more naive and idealistic back then. Maybe I'll give it another read now.

336 weeks ago @ The Wild Hunt - Quick Note: Congratula... · 0 replies · +1 points

Agreed, Nick.

337 weeks ago @ The Wild Hunt - Pagan Community Reacts... · 1 reply · +3 points

I guess sounding like a foolish bigot on the internet could be someone's idea of fun.

337 weeks ago @ The Wild Hunt - Pagan Community Reacts... · 0 replies · +2 points

What, you know where I work now?

337 weeks ago @ The Wild Hunt - Guest Post: Patrick Mc... · 0 replies · +5 points

Bless you Mr. McCollum and keep fighting! We shall overcome.

337 weeks ago @ The Wild Hunt - Pagan Community Reacts... · 0 replies · +3 points

*Disclaimer* I know that she's probably a troll...but I just couldn't resist commenting.

337 weeks ago @ The Wild Hunt - Pagan Community Reacts... · 0 replies · +3 points

Yes, many of us are "on the fringes of society", always have been, but does that mean we don't have the same basic human rights as those in the center of society?

337 weeks ago @ The Wild Hunt - Pagan Community Reacts... · 1 reply · +3 points

Sorry, we will never see eye to eye on this issue. Aside from the fact that you obviously have some sort of problem with Paganism.
I do not believe that it is up to the government to draw a "line" separating certain religions from others. A secular government like ours has no business doing that. I believe that a member of ANY religion, no matter how "freaky' or "fringe" it may seem, has the right to be accommodated by society and its institutions to the exact same degree as members of mainstream religions. Some might argue that that's what America is all about, in theory anyways.