Saying goodbye

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Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and well-wishers wait for the viewing of church President Gordon B. Hinckley in Salt Lake City. Mr. Hinckley was the oldest president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints when he died Sunday at age 97.  Associated Press
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Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and well-wishers wait for the viewing of church President Gordon B. Hinckley in Salt Lake City. Mr. Hinckley was the oldest president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints when he died Sunday at age 97.
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CertifiedGeek
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CertifiedGeek 02/02/08 - 09:43 am
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Look at all the sheeple

Look at all the sheeple waiting to see the dead cult leader.

YankeeTransplant
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YankeeTransplant 02/02/08 - 11:18 am
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You should not make comments

You should not make comments unless you know what you are talking about. Although I am not a Mormon, I did study their religion for several years. They are no more a cult then any religion.

Does_it_really_matter
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Does_it_really_matter 02/02/08 - 03:37 pm
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Ummm...yes it is. It is a

Ummm...yes it is. It is a cult. 8 million ex-members can't be wrong! I am one of those ex members. While I believe Gordon Hinkley was a nice guy, I don't think he was who the LDS claims him to be.

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