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Sorry about the empty post

I was writing a post yesterday and thought I had saved it as a draft but Carmen emailed to let me know it went out as an empty post.  Sorry about that !  I was going to share what I heard on the BBC this past week.  The story took place in India where some Hindu’s got very upset with a Muslim for eating meat from a Cow and decided to kill him.  It wasn’t the poor Muslim’s fault.  His religion forbids him to eat pork and shellfish and Jews are in the same boat as the Muslim.

Maybe they should all become Christians as all food is fair game (pardon the pun).  Just look at many of the TV Evangelists to see that gluttony  “is the way” to display God’s Favor.        🙂

Thoughts ?

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