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Catholic sexual abuse scandal?

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Mayans Kiss Ass Four Days On

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We’re still here!! Dec 21st has come and gone and it’s now Christmas Day 2012. No offense, but I wasn’t really going to lose sleep over something forecast by people defined in history by their penchant for human sacrifice.

Seasons Greetings from everyone here at the Anonymous® Show! to you and yours and all our other reader/listeners. Without you there is no one listening. Until the next Apocalypse !

The Guy Fawkes Gunpowder Plot

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Remember remember the fifth of November
Gunpowder, treason and plot.
I see no reason why gunpowder, treason
Should ever be forgot…

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Happy Saint Patrick’s Day !!

Little Irish Girl Prank Calls

Becky is featured on an Irish morning radio show.

Here’s a charming young girl from Dublin, making prank phone calls at the age of 8 !

[ed.] Fill yer boots, man!

PROMISE KEEPER | Paddy Paul

My lawyers’ name is Paul Paddy. He was one of Frankie’s nerd buddies back in high school. They started a club in high school, the King Tut Club. Fucking idiots. Anyway Paddy liked weed and one summer day we sat in my ’64 Saab and smoked weed at the San Clemente campground. We ate a dozen deviled eggs apiece. I respected him for that. He could hang and as we grew older he could put away booze and handle all the partying that I could. How he got through law school, or college for that matter, is beyond me.
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It’s World day against Cyber-Censorship

The fight for online freedom of expression is more essential than ever. By creating new spaces for exchanging ideas and information, the Internet is a force for freedom. In countries where the traditional media are controlled by the government, the only independent news and information are to be found on the Internet, which has become a forum for discussion and a refuge for those who want to express their views freely.
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Irish Atheists Challenge New 2010 Blasphemy Law!!


An atheist group in the Irish Republic has defied a new blasphemy law by publishing a series of anti-religious quotations on its website.

The new law makes blasphemy a crime punishable by a fine of up to €25,000 (£22,000; $35,000).

The government says it is needed because the republic’s 1937 constitution only gives Christians legal protection of their beliefs.

The new law was passed in July 2009 but came into force on 1 January.
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