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  • Some fundamentalists tend to pay a lot of attention to the details of events in the Greater Metropolitan Holy Land. A lot of rapt attention. (Pun intended.) Which is plenty reason right there to grab that bottle of Beam and drink deeply.

    As for pharmacists, they have mighty powers indeed. They could lose their own license (and voting rights, several years of their lives, etc.) if they give a bad prescription: i.e. if a bug-eyed gent comes in at 2 a.m. with a piece of kleenex emblazoned "GIV HEM SOME DRGZ

    • Yes, because what other people pay attention to is of great significance to everyone else ...
      • Yes, because what other people pay attention to is of great significance to everyone else ...

        That doesn't exactly zip the Suhthuhn Baptists to the top of the attention queue tho. For example, I'd be rather more interested in what Egyptian Copts think of the whole situation.

        • No, I agree with what you said ... just the idea that frag said, that we should be concerned that they pay attention to what's going on in the region, strikes me as odd.

          A lot of Christian professors do (although perhaps more than that don't, but think they do) have an interesting take on what's going on in the region, from a religious perspective; that said, perhaps what is needed right now in the conflict is a lot less talk about religion. :-)

          I had a brilliant Old Testament professor who took students to Israel ever year, and he knew more about the history of the region than anyone else I've met. But in that respect he was more of a history professor than a theology professor ...