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Friday, August 31, 2007

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Ed Peters

I seriously wonder whether CH is losing his mind. I don't wonder this lightly. His vitriol is surpassing any sense.

Sandra Miesel

Who can forget Hitchens' performance as an ABC "color commentator" at Mother Teresa's funeral? Spluttering with rage, he was, as Ken Woodward tried to remain calm and professional.

TSO

Perfect; you're on a roll on this Mother Teresa subject. Too bad you weren't debating Hitchens on MSNBC instead of Donohue.

padraighh

An Autobiography of Theresa of Calculta N.A.S.N.W.N.H (Not a saint no way no how)
by Christopher Hitchen S.S.A.G. (sometimes styled a god)

Nah na nah na nah nah.
I told you so! Who's your daddy!
Don't you mess with me.
Who's the man!
Who's the man! Yeah.
That's what I'm tak'in bout.

Face.

The end.

Sharon

I have read that the revelation about Mother Teresa's dark night came from private papers which she asked not to be made public.

Pope John Paul II also had private papers which he instructed to be destroyed - that was not done either.

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