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I came across this music site on World o' Crap and thought I'd share it with you: http://shop.wnd.com/store/item.asp?ITEM_ID=1270 I didn't have the guts to listen to the samples, but I thought you guys might like it.


Here's an intellegent design song they could do...


(In tune of the "Lumberjack Song")

I am human trash and it's all right,

It's two people who made sure that I'm going to Hell tonight,

I'm a sick, horrid person for just being born

but God will hate me less if I give up my mind and porn.


(It's not the best, but I thought I'd give it a shot.)

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Oh good God. Some people's children. Here's a list of this clowns highly important song topics:

"Castlegate Love," the album's opening number, is about a Christian woman seeking an "equally yoked" man.


"Where Did All the Holidays Go?" decries the commercialization of holidays.


Snappy "Home-School Kids" extols the benefits of homeschooling.


"Echoes of Vietnam," a tribute to the veterans of that war, is a story about a dying vet having a flashback to battle.


"Goodbye to Darwin" takes aim at the cultural impact of reducing people to animals.


The album picks up speed with "Network News," '50s-style rock ‘n' roll that whacks liberal media bias -- and just happens to plug WorldNetDaily!


"The Lost Cause," a haunting ode to the South of Robert E. Lee, is odds-on to be a hit in Dixie.


The high-powered "Let Revival Break Out," a pure gospel tune, will make you dance.


"The Fifties" is nostalgia about better times.


"Say ‘No' to The New World Order" champions American sovereignty.


"Freedom Shall Return," the title song, is a dramatic call to restore religious liberty to America, especially in public schools.


The last cut, "Congress is Back in Session," is strictly for laughs, featuring a big-mouthed congressman who brags about spending and vote fraud.


Yeee haw! And it's only $16.95!!


You know I write music too. If these folks will pay $16.95 for this mindless spew, I'll whip me up a few dozen songs like this in a couple, few hours and make a killing off these fools too!

"The sheep they are for fleecing,

The sheep they got some dough,

Let me sing my songs to them,

They'll pay me for some mo!

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LOL! Are you sure those are real songs? Sounds like a parody, like you'd find on landoverbaptist.org (to which I once almost wrote a nasty complaint letter before I had an epiphany and realized it was a joke site). Hard to tell, though. Fundies are walking, breathing parodies without even realizing it.

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