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Neighbors are losing their tolerance for the Museum of Tolerance.
People who live near the museum in West Los Angeles oppose plans for a two-story cultural center that could be rented out for private events, such as weddings. The museum also wants to expand its hours to midnight, when such events are held, and to reduce its 100-foot buffer zone from homes to 20 feet.
Some neighbors, concerned about additional noise and traffic, have collected about 70 signatures for a petition asking the city to reject the proposal.
“They don’t care about us as neighbors,” said Sharron Lerman, a neighbor and museum member. “Very insensitive.”
Read about it here.
You gotta love tolerance!
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Categories : cult, fun, fun stuff, funny, Hypocrisy, Mormons, religion, ridiculous, scams, spam, tolerance, will it float
I want to welcome Bill the Mormon Realtor from the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee back to this blog. Bill decided to spam my site with posts about 2 sticks and a Baptist Preacher. Sounds like a great joke.
Bill, I’m just not feeling any burning in my bosom. Well– maybe the burrito I ate yesterday.
I hope you had fun.
BTW: This is the 1,100th post!
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Categories : atheists, Christian, evolution, faith, Hypocrisy, religion, tolerance
[From Christian Post]
A nearly-completed $27 million museum that will showcase the literal biblical account of creation has been drawing enough criticism to spur several opponents into slating protests against the museum on the day of its opening. Set to open on Memorial Day, the Creation Museum, built just outside Cincinnati, is trying to give an alternative to evolutionary models of science. Challengers are calling the museum “fantasy,” however, and have expressed fear that their children may be influenced by what the museum teaches.
“Many educated humans realize this is a myth,” said Edwin Kagin, a Union attorney and the national legal director of American Atheists, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. “Myths aren’t necessarily untrue, but they aren’t literal, either.”
Read about it here.
What happened to tolerance? It is OK for secular humanists to shove Evolution down our throats like it is a fact. It is a theory–a bad one at that. It takes more faith to be believe in evolution than it does Creationism. Give me a break. I sure didn’t evolve from an Ape. People will come up with anything so they don’t have to give God credit.
Why would other believers be protesting this museum? If another Christian wants to believe they once swung from the trees–whatever. But why go “protest” other believers beliefs. We have too many people dying and going to hell than to fight with one another.
What do you think?