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Response to kwassa (Reply #31)

Thu Jan 26, 2012, 04:44 PM

32. You know what? I'd completely forgotten about those pesky Unitarians.

 

Which is more than a bit funny, because my parents founded a Unitarian fellowship in Canada and I was a Unitarian until I was about 18. Sheesh.

Unitarians: no dogma, no gods, and the fellowship I was a member of wasn't even spiritual - in fact most members were atheists. OK, I'm going to have to rework my definition. Thanks!

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