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To: Greg Luzinski
...but God chose what is foolish in the world to shame the wise, God chose what is weak in the world to shame the strong... I Cor. 1:27.


So, Abe Foxman is convening his war council tomorrow morning. Drudge has had rumblings for 2 days that The Vatican is about to endorse Mel's Passion. Abe's summoning his legions to take on The Pope.


Deal Hudson had a story recently mentioning that Mel had quit smoking and was even giving away his stash of contraband Cubans. Fascinating to find out Mel's fair-weather show-biz friends threatened to spit on him if he ever returned to their smoking club. They're soooo tolerant out there in Hollywood -- unless you happen to be a Christian.


I've respected Mel since he was the only one at the Academy Awards 3 years ago with the decency to look disgusted and embarrassed as tolerant Hollywood presented award after award to a pro-abortion movie. If they do kill Mel's career and he departs La La Land, I predict God himself will blow the fault lines and cast California into the pit of hell. Wonder what the NY Times headlines will be?


As for me and my house, I usually see a movie once and then buy the DVD -- spending 100 bucks, max. For The Passion, I'm planning to spends thousands at the box office alone, taking everyone I know. Then I'm going to spend thousands more on DVDs. I hope The Passion makes Mel a billionaire.
32 posted on 09/11/2003 9:49:54 PM PDT by karenbarinka
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To: karenbarinka
I've respected Mel since he was the only one at the Academy Awards 3 years ago with the decency to look disgusted and embarrassed as tolerant Hollywood presented award after award to a pro-abortion movie.

Which movie was that?
54 posted on 09/12/2003 12:40:37 PM PDT by Rummyfan
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