Re: Of Womyn & Wytches

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Posted by Doc M on January 18, 2000 at 13:24:03:

In Reply to: Re: Of Womyn & Wytches posted by Goody Sandy on January 18, 2000 at 12:55:53:

: : : Hi GnomeDome:

: : : >> I barely have the first coffee down and looking at this thread though I had stumbled upon www.witchesvoice.org

: : : Ha, ha, ha. You crack me up GnomeDome. In America, we all have a voice – even witches.

: : : >> And whatever gave you the idea this was a country founded on religious freedom?

: : : What sort of hallucinogen was in your morning cup of coffee? Eye of newt? Bat wings? Non-dairy creamer? Neither one of us said that this country was founded on religious freedom. Our point was that it’s one of the freedoms that we as Americans hold near and dear to our hearts. Unfortunately, there are people who think that exercising this freedom is limited only to those who follow a “mainstream” religion, and there are still people being persecuted for their beliefs.

: : : >> The American people, as a whole, are fair minded and tolerant. I dare say this country has a wider acceptance of religious difference than any other.

: : : I totally agree with you. Again, we weren’t referring to the fair-minded and tolerant majority but to the closed-minded and intolerant minority who tend to be very vocal and seem to be on a religious crusade to convert the “non-mainstreamers.”

: : : Best wishes,
: : : Goody Sandy

: : Good points. Perhaps we can sit down together and I can talk about the bible with you some day. Like maybe 6:30 some sunday morning...or when you have the least possible time and inclination...or just as you sit down to dinner????

: : Bill R

:
: Hi Bill R:

: >> or just sit down to dinner????

: Dinner….by all means…I wonder if Doc Mary has any good recipes for barbecued Wood Gnome on a stick. Tee, hee, hee.

: Best wishes,
: Goody Sandy

Indeed I do. On these cold bleak winter days I always
have a cauldron of Gnome Fricassee with Dumplings a-bilin'
on the stove. Make sure you dredge all his little dismembered
parts in seasoned flour before browning -- makes all the
difference. And don't forget the Gnome Gravy! My next
favorite receipt is Tenderloin of Telemarketer, but that's
a story for another time.

Doc M


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