Well, here I might agree with you.  If your going to do it, a full swing
with a large print quad in a tote would do a lot of damage, and might be
worth it.  It might make them think twice before doing their disgusting

On the other hand, I think that what should happen at the next conference is
for everyone who passes - I mean EVERYONE - to stop, smile, say hello, shake
their hand, pat their back, etc.  NOTHING in this world would irritate them
more than this.  Can you say apoplectic stroke???  I knew you could!


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "John W. Redelfs" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2003 11:45 AM
Subject: Re: [ZION] Breaking the charter?

> Jon Spencer wrote:
> >In the US, their actions are protected speech.  While the actions of the
> >members in response to this provocation are understandable from an
> >point of view, the members who took the garments away probably exercised
> >poor judgment.  We are not a people of martyrs.  We have endured many
> >and hope to endure all things.  In my opinion, there are many better ways
> >spend one's time serving the Lord than dealing with a theft charge.
> I personally think an assault and battery charge would have been more
> appropriate.  And one could wear the jail time as a badge of honor.  --JWR
> ///  ZION LIST CHARTER: Please read it at  ///
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