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Re: Feudal Superstition

From: Valerie
Sent on: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 6:20 PM
Actually, I do have a picture (it's from the hotel guide book) and it's listed (among other things) with drugs, prostitution, pornography, etc.   How do I post a photo to the mailing list?  Do I just add as a regular email attachment?



P.S. I realized (perhaps very lately) that the entire Judeo-Xian precept rests upon the idea of an angry, authoritarian, anthropomorphic deity who needs to be appeased through sacrifices.  (And perhaps Jesus was a man who learned certain concepts from other cultures, but the story got adapted and revised for the angry-god culture...)


Chris K wrote:
You should take a picture of the sign.  Very funny.


From:
OhSojourner <[address removed]>
To:
"[address removed]" <[address removed]>
Sent:
Tuesday, April 15,[masked]:23 PM
Subject:
Feudal Superstition

The Chinese hotel where I'm staying lists among its regulations: "No engaging in feudal superstition..."  

...Telling it like it is, maybe?


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