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I agree that P.Z. Myers' hijinks with a communion wafer is pointlessly rude.
But if doing violence to an arbitrarily sanctified cracker were at all relevantly similar to doing violence to a human corpse, we'd probably want to forbid eating the cracker.
July 17, 2008 at 08:41 AM in Atheism | Permalink
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