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Camp Quest provides summer fun for atheist kids

There are 1 comment on the Religion News Service story from Jul 30, 2013, titled Camp Quest provides summer fun for atheist kids. In it, Religion News Service reports that:

Campers Piper and Meghan Judge paint cabbage juice-soaked coffee filters with various liquidsduring a pH painting elective session at Camp Quest Chesapeake.

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#1 Jul 30, 2013
Amazing. A neutral, non-insulting item about Camp Quest, one that's not a "hit piece". I've never seen one before.

Every other time religious sites "talk" about CQ, it's an insult, an attempt to claim it teaches kids how to be immoral and "hate god".

It must be an accident. Every other "roboblogger" post is a piece of shit.

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