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Correctives: Christianity vs Consumerism

Published: Fri 6 Apr 2001 09:45 AM
"The Corrective Party sees that Density Television is protesting at not being able to sell its product on Television New Zealand. Well, we think that the problem is that Pasta Tuarikidelamere has a particular approach to Christianity that is the problem." enthused Sister Raptophilia SM.
"For some of us, it is not okay that Christianity is being marketed as a consumer product alongside exercycles, baldness remedies, and the sinister Leah Kanopena cult. Christianity is not about miraculously improving aesthetic appearance, otherwise the Christian Haemorrhoids Party would not exist." concluded Sister Raptophilia, busily concealing her Vote Corrective- New Zealand Needs Discipline!!! electoral hoarding from view and concealing a wart on the end of her nose.
Contact: Sister Raptophilia SM
Matrix Dominatrix
06 3569099/ 7750.

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