Ex-Toledoan seeks biblical relics

Ex-Toledoan seeks biblical relics

There are 1 comment on the Toledo Blade story from Mar 11, 2012, titled Ex-Toledoan seeks biblical relics. In it, Toledo Blade reports that:

Scott Carroll leads a tour of items from the Green Collection on display at the Vatican.

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Arnildo Switchhammer

Salem, CT

#1 Mar 12, 2012
This guys sounds pretty full of himself. The high point of the article was his attempt, as a ute, to burn down a church. Personally, I think it speaks well of him, but his later conversion experience (or "psychotic break" in medical terms) illustrates the destructive power of brain worms, which are all over the place in Ohio and which he probably picked up down by the tracks when he was throwing cinders at passenger trains and burning hobos. Also, doesn't it always make you want to puke when some asshole lets you know that he or she speaks "13 ancient languages." The only possible riposte is, "Gosh, that doesn't seem to have saved you from becoming a douchebag."

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