As if DKL's "anonymous permablogger" post on Molesters attending Church at Mormentily wasn't enough to beat the topic into the ground, FMH has posted another anonymously submitted, very similar post on the very same subject. Did Red Hat Dan the Deranged Democrat want to keep passionately appealing to dispassionate discussion on the topic and seed FMH? Did DKL not get enough of the subject already, and submit to FMH to really let things fly? And fly they do, as anti-mormon "Mary" joins the fray. Welcome to FMH, where anti-mormon women are welcome, but manly drill sergeants are not. Maybe Mary submitted anonymously, just so she could throw this zinger in? Who knows? Who cares?

What the Bloggernacle really needs is a big blog to pick up the topic and make it a trifecta. You know, like BCC picks it up reviews all of the relevant Dialogue articles and points out how thoughtful and sensitive they are given the difficulty of the topic, or T&S picks it up and talks about the legalistic implications of the Church's position and attempted actions, or M* picks up the ball from Dan and presents it as a vast horrible conspiracy designed to torment divorced fathers (and to celebrate the trifecta, all of your comments appear three times in the Recent Comments bar). Yes, that is what we need to put this dead horse into a shallow grave, once and for all, for 2007 anyway.


Todd Wood said... @ January 19, 2007 at 9:27 AM

Hi Snarkimus Prime, do you think sexual molestation can be put in a shallow grave for 2007?

Snarkimus Prime said... @ January 19, 2007 at 9:42 AM

Hi antimormon,

Do you think trolling antimormons can be put in a shallow grave?

todd wood said... @ January 20, 2007 at 10:25 AM

Some day, I will be put in the grave, snarkimus. I don't look forward to it, but I am thankful for the grace in Christ.

Ivan Wolfe said... @ January 21, 2007 at 4:35 PM

To complete the trifecta, comments on this post should be closed after three.

Oh, wait....

Anonymous said... @ January 21, 2007 at 8:34 PM

ok folks, this is a serious, non-snarkable topic. let it go.

Snarkimus Prime said... @ January 22, 2007 at 8:09 PM

The topic may be serious, but the way these goofballs and handling it is snarkworthy.

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