Scott Hardie | September 27, 2001
Yesterday on campus I twice encountered men who were passing out free pocket-sized New Testaments and asking me if I've found Jesus. (They were all over; I saw other men in the distance.) I'm not immature enough to give them the sign of the devil and ask them if they've found Satan, but part of me wished that I was. :-)

Derek Sutcliffe | September 30, 2001
i dont know if any of you has ever heard me say this but "jesus is not allowed in school, on school grounds, so tell him to pack up his shit and go home" heh no one take that too seriously i dont believe any religion belongs in school its just christianity is probally the most popular one


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