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I was reading an article in the Salt Lake Tribune about how young Mopologist Kwaku El has almost singlehandedly set back Utah’s fight against COVID-19 by weeks through his irresponsible dance parties when I came across this interesting nugget of information:
El also developed an online following making videos bearing his belief in Latter-day Saint teachings. Some of those videos have appeared on a YouTube program called “Saints Unscripted.” The show has been sponsored by the More Good Foundation, a nonprofit supporting Latter-day Saint messaging online.
I had lost track of More Good Foundation and wondered whether it might be defunct. Now we see that MGF has been sponsoring Kwaku’s apologetic videos. Will they continue this support now that Kwaku has demonstrated such recklessness?

https://www.sltrib.com/news/politics/20 ... z_LVt_QSVg
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I wonder how many people will die because of Quacko? How many elderly temple workers caught Corona and succumbed to their illness because of Quacko's need to party and dance? Temple work brought to its knees due to Quacko and his dancing ducks.

Party everyone!

Party at Quacko house!

The brethren won't know and what they don't know won't hurt em.

Go, go, Quacko! QUACKO DUCK, for Church President!

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440 souls in Utah have died due to Corona, thus far.

Honestly, if you jumbled the numbers and look ahead it may just be that Quacko could be responsible for Corona reaching one of the apostles and possibly infecting an entire apostolic family leading to the apostle's untimely death. Do you suppose he could be excommunicated for that? What if two apostles die due to Quacko? Or three! Four?

I wouldn't want to have that on my conscience. But Quacko probably wouldn't care because he's singing and dancing it up at the party house.

Way to go, QUACKO duck!

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He can infect as many people as he carelessly and negligently can with impunity. What he can’t do is marry a dude or agitate for women’s priesthood.
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The "anti-mask" movement is growing. A friend from the past connected up with me the other day and he's still TBM, but he ain't happy about the whole religious right "covid is a liberal conspiracy" thing. He mentioned some folks I knew from back in the day, and even one of the most level-headed persons from my previous life is now a big anti-masker. And then another friend has been testing me anti-mask memes. Very weird. I'd never considered myself "pro-mask" anymore than I'm "pro-seatbelt" or "pro-driver-side-airbag".
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Gadianton wrote:
Sun Sep 20, 2020 7:27 pm
The "anti-mask" movement is growing. A friend from the past connected up with me the other day and he's still TBM, but he ain't happy about the whole religious right "covid is a liberal conspiracy" thing. He mentioned some folks I knew from back in the day, and even one of the most level-headed persons from my previous life is now a big anti-masker. And then another friend has been testing me anti-mask memes. Very weird. I'd never considered myself "pro-mask" anymore than I'm "pro-seatbelt" or "pro-driver-side-airbag".
Nowadays being sensible and cautious is considered by some to be a sign of weakness. People establish or affirm their conservative/Trumpy cred by not doing those things that the weak "libs" do.
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Anything liberals believe are by default very wrong. Makes it easy to not have to think about anything and you just have to ask liberals questions to know what you believe.
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Themis wrote:
Thu Sep 24, 2020 11:23 am
Anything liberals believe are by default very wrong. Makes it easy to not have to think about anything and you just have to ask liberals questions to know what you believe.
Yes, like agreement between subject and verb.
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Kishkumen wrote:
Thu Sep 24, 2020 6:56 pm
Themis wrote:
Thu Sep 24, 2020 11:23 am
Anything liberals believe are by default very wrong. Makes it easy to not have to think about anything and you just have to ask liberals questions to know what you believe.
Yes, like agreement between subject and verb.
You and those elite grammarians!
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Early Modern English were good enough for God.

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Physics Guy wrote:
Fri Sep 25, 2020 3:40 am
Early Modern English were good enough for God.
‘Twere!

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