Shuck and Jive

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Monday, June 14, 2010

Book Burning in Greeneville

Doesn't this sound like great fun?

10 comments:

  1. I don't know what I like better about this. The fact that there are free hotdogs or that there have been five other occasions to burn books.

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  2. Damn my luck! This is the night we are hosting the group that won the bid on the Greek feast!

    I can only imagine the grand fellowship that springs from burning bookings and firing bons!

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  3. You can use the bonfire for the weenie roast. Nothing tastes better than a "Catcher in the Rye" flavored hot dog.

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  4. If I can burn every copy of the Bible and every book about the Christian religion I can find at the bonfire, then I'm in.

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  5. Now that would be entertaining watching the Dr. bring a wheelbarrow full of King James Bibles to add to the bonfire.

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  6. And it will be complete because there will be the Holy Land Singers! Just wow whee!

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  7. Folks have been wondering what books to bring. The Rev. Cutshall said anything satanic or about witchcraft. He said:

    It's really all about the fellowship.

    Other burnings featured Harry Potter books.

    Here is a Facebook page about it.

    Sigh.

    Blessed Be.

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  8. On the bright side it was not a "Book Burning" AND "Heretic Roast". That is, of course, unless the weenies were roasted in effigy... Now that's a funny thought!!!

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  9. Yikes, I'm floored by this. What a great fellowship opportunity...shudder...

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  10. I was thinking of you, Bob, when I posted this. Could be an opportunity for the library to be a sponsor?

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