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    http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/more...id=mailsignout

    Okay, so normally I avoid MSN and their "news" like the plague, but this article caught my attention.

    From the article:

    Also this week, The Satanic Temple, which has 42 members in its Seattle chapter, announced that its members were open to being invited to a game, and a few students and teachers extended such invitations. The organization doesn't believe in Satan except as "a potent symbol of rebellion against tyranny," it says on its website.

    Yeah, sure, whatever...

    Stuff like this burns me up.

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    Originally posted by The Knight View Post
    http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/more...id=mailsignout

    Okay, so normally I avoid MSN and their "news" like the plague, but this article caught my attention.

    From the article:

    Also this week, The Satanic Temple, which has 42 members in its Seattle chapter, announced that its members were open to being invited to a game, and a few students and teachers extended such invitations. The organization doesn't believe in Satan except as "a potent symbol of rebellion against tyranny," it says on its website.

    Yeah, sure, whatever...

    Stuff like this burns me up.

    Yes this is very sad. For what I read he was only going down a one knee and praying silently. Our Bill of Rights gives everyone the right to do that. Our nation has become like the old USSR.

    We need to rid ourselves of leaders like Obama, Hillary, and Sanders.

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