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Totally Tunsie

(10,885 posts)
6. Really?
Mon Jun 27, 2022, 01:13 PM
Jun 2022

There are three examples in this short thread of religions other than Christian making "public display of their faith". (Four, if you count the mention of Hare Krishnas.)

Might want to throw in a few BlueGreenLady Jun 2022 #1
Fine with me momta Jun 2022 #2
The Halftime show... Totally Tunsie Jun 2022 #3
Perfect! momta Jun 2022 #4
It's only Christians that want to make a public display of their faith. maxsolomon Jun 2022 #5
Really? Totally Tunsie Jun 2022 #6
Well spotted. nt BlackSkimmer Jun 2022 #8
in this context. there are no hare krishna football coaches. maxsolomon Jun 2022 #11
No one is calling you a hypocrite. Totally Tunsie Jun 2022 #19
OK. Thanks for the correction. maxsolomon Jun 2022 #24
Anything - even a hare krishna football coach - is a possibility Totally Tunsie Jun 2022 #25
Public displays of Christian piety. It's a performance. Duncan Grant Jun 2022 #7
Obviously they need it. rubbersole Jun 2022 #9
You can say that again. Duncan Grant Jun 2022 #12
Have you ever visited a country where there are (quite loud) calls to prayer on a regular basis? BlackSkimmer Jun 2022 #10
Yeah - and theirs is a different country, a different culture. Duncan Grant Jun 2022 #13
Well, you seem to have moved the goal post there just a wee bit. BlackSkimmer Jun 2022 #16
Implicit agreement that we're talking about current events in the U.S. Duncan Grant Jun 2022 #21
Actually in a section of Brooklyn where I would shop not that far from my neighborhood there were... electric_blue68 Jun 2022 #27
Yes. I lived in Turkey for 15 months while in the USAF. MineralMan Jun 2022 #14
Yes, it sure is. BlackSkimmer Jun 2022 #18
Well, unlike many countries, we have a constitution that MineralMan Jun 2022 #20
I absolutely agree with your points there. BlackSkimmer Jun 2022 #22
Yes, I know. And you were right to do so. MineralMan Jun 2022 #23
People should start booing. roamer65 Jun 2022 #15
The next time Kaepernick or anyone else takes a knee, Sogo Jun 2022 #17
+1, uponit7771 Jun 2022 #26
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