That used to be the purpose of foyers in the good old days.
Stephen Beecroft wrote:
> Quite obviously, we here on Zion also constitute "double-dippers",
> seeing as how the Church can't manage to provide us with a safe, warm,
> nurturing environment in which to shoot the breeze, argue obscure
> doctrinal points, and laugh at Canadians. The good thing is that,
> according to Ms. Fletcher Stack and the accomplished Dr. Bennion, we
> "are an important subset of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
> Saints". Yippee! I feel so empowered!
> Subset Stephen
> Jim Cobabe wrote:
> > http://www.sltrib.com/11022002/saturday/12782.htm
> > Interesting article about a science study by a "social anthropologist",
> > refers to mormons distracted by gospel hobbies as "double dippers".
> > "Whatever their secondary involvement, these double dippers are
> > motivated by a sense of deprivation: they are left hungry by their
> > Mormon faith and seek to supplement their "diet" with other food, she
> > concluded".
> > ---
> > Mij Ebaboc
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