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TorgoX (1933)

TorgoX
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"Il est beau comme la retractilité des serres des oiseaux rapaces [...] et surtout, comme la rencontre fortuite sur une table de dissection d'une machine à coudre et d'un parapluie !" -- Lautréamont

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Monday September 20, 2004
12:12 AM

Scientology, 1,400 years later.

[ #20957 ]
Dear Log,

«1st April - a day when people lie, play jokes and mock in the name of entertainment. This ugly practice of lying, which is considered to be merely a humor, is known to have caused great harm to many. Even trauma and deaths. Still this dishonest tradition is not only practiced among the common masses, but also newspapers and magazines participate in it by publishing false news and untrue stories on the first day of April!

[...] May Allah protect us from indulging ourselves in such dishonest activities and may He give us the strength to withstand such practices when they tend to infect our Muslim Society. Ameen!»

--"April Fool - A dishonest Tradition", by Shawana A Aziz, As-Sunnah Islamic Newsletter

DOES EVERYONE IN AFRICA HAVE THE AIDS YET? I LOST COUNT.

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  • You mentioned the "S" word. Now they may come and get you! ;-)
    • Let's survey the damage: [ahya.org]

      "It was also said concerning the origins of this holiday that when the Romans became Christian, after Christianity had become widespread, the Roman emperor Claudius II decreed in the third century CE that soldiers should not get married, because marriage would distract them from the wars they used to fight."

      Some say Eeslawm is the religion of peace, some say it is the religion of war. I say that only one thing is clear: It is the religion of run-on sentences.

      Meanwhile, the S