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Minister Buys Lap Dances To Tell Strippers About God

There are 22 comments on the Thejacksonchannel.com story from Feb 21, 2006, titled Minister Buys Lap Dances To Tell Strippers About God. In it, Thejacksonchannel.com reports that:

RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- Ex-stripper Heather Veitch still goes to topless clubs -- but she's not looking for work.

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Kearney

Columbia, MD

#2 Feb 21, 2006
I think it is juvenille...
Gus007

AOL

#4 Mar 18, 2006
"To Tell Strippers About God"
How many people really believe this is the reason the minister buys lap dances...?

“xcntrik.wordpres s.com”

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#5 Feb 1, 2009
Praise the Lord!

“Namaste”

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#6 Feb 1, 2009
Nothing like resurrecting really old threads, huh, x? LOL

“xcntrik.wordpres s.com”

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#7 Feb 1, 2009
roadrunner48808 wrote:
Nothing like resurrecting really old threads, huh, x? LOL
That's what topix gets for letting me get bored.
Curtis Lowe

Montgomery, AL

#8 Feb 2, 2009
I go to confession to tell God about strippers.

“There is no such thing”

Since: May 08

as a reasonable person

#9 Feb 2, 2009
I consider a lap dance as a date. It is the only way that I get to second base.

“The Evil Parallel Universe”

Since: May 07

Terran Empire

#10 Feb 2, 2009
Curtis Lowe wrote:
I go to confession to tell God about strippers.

You would think God already knows about strippers.
Curtis Lowe

Montgomery, AL

#11 Feb 2, 2009
beachball wrote:
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You would think God already knows about strippers.
Not so sure. He wanted Adam and Eve naked, and they were until the incident with the weedeater.

“xcntrik.wordpres s.com”

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#12 Feb 2, 2009
Curtis Lowe wrote:
I go to confession to tell God about strippers.
I would imagine that your god enjoys living vicariously through the lives of others.

“Namaste”

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#13 Feb 2, 2009
Xcntrik InVidor wrote:
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I would imagine that your god enjoys living vicariously through the lives of others.
LMAO!!! Never thought of it that way.

“xcntrik.wordpres s.com”

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#14 Feb 2, 2009
roadrunner48808 wrote:
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LMAO!!! Never thought of it that way.
I read the other day, in a book by John Spong I think, that at some time in the past, crime would rise when it was overcast, because the christians thought God couldn't see through the clouds.

DOH!

“Namaste”

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#15 Feb 2, 2009
Xcntrik InVidor wrote:
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I read the other day, in a book by John Spong I think, that at some time in the past, crime would rise when it was overcast, because the christians thought God couldn't see through the clouds.
DOH!
Do you know what's sad? I could see some posters in topix thinking this to be true. Sad, so sad.:)
Mike

Nashville, NC

#16 Feb 2, 2009
This article is no longer available. Since I cant see it I will not believe that any such event ever took place.

“xcntrik.wordpres s.com”

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#17 Feb 2, 2009
Mike wrote:
This article is no longer available. Since I cant see it I will not believe that any such event ever took place.
That's okey dokey with me Mike.

Try these on for size.

Ripped from http://www.oregonlive.com/news/oregonian/inde...

More than a dozen members of the First Christian Church in downtown Portland showed up to see their former pastor admit he stole $132,000 meant for such programs as helping the poor pay for food, rent and medical bills.

Judge Richard Baldwin then sentenced him to six months in jail.

During Friday morning's hearing Rex K. Loy, 57, shook his head as he sat before the judge, apparently still denying that he blew through church funds to pay for strippers, crack cocaine and video poker. When the church members had a chance to speak, they told Loy he had sent shock waves of devastation and grief through their 129-year-old church.

"What Rex did was commit financial rape of an entire congregation," Bill Lang said.

Ripped from http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/23858783/

RIVERSIDE, Ohio - Police say a pastor who was reported missing from his home in western New York has been found at an Ohio strip club.

A police officer patrolling the K.C. Lounge parking lot Friday morning in the Dayton suburb of Riverside spotted out-of-state license plates on 46-year-old Craig Rhodenizer's car.

The FBI and New York authorities had been searching for Rhodenizer, who disappeared Wednesday after telling his wife he was getting his computer fixed at Best Buy. He is the pastor of a church in Lyndonville, N.Y.
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Want me to tell you the story (with link) about the pastor in Alabama who accidentally killed himself while engaging in autoerotic bondage and rubber play?

It seems his snorkle got away from him.

*giggles*
Mike

Nashville, NC

#18 Feb 2, 2009
Xcntrik InVidor wrote:
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That's okey dokey with me Mike.
Try these on for size.
Ripped from http://www.oregonlive.com/news/oregonian/inde...
More than a dozen members of the First Christian Church in downtown Portland showed up to see their former pastor admit he stole $132,000 meant for such programs as helping the poor pay for food, rent and medical bills.
Judge Richard Baldwin then sentenced him to six months in jail.
During Friday morning's hearing Rex K. Loy, 57, shook his head as he sat before the judge, apparently still denying that he blew through church funds to pay for strippers, crack cocaine and video poker. When the church members had a chance to speak, they told Loy he had sent shock waves of devastation and grief through their 129-year-old church.
"What Rex did was commit financial rape of an entire congregation," Bill Lang said.
Ripped from http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/23858783/
RIVERSIDE, Ohio - Police say a pastor who was reported missing from his home in western New York has been found at an Ohio strip club.
A police officer patrolling the K.C. Lounge parking lot Friday morning in the Dayton suburb of Riverside spotted out-of-state license plates on 46-year-old Craig Rhodenizer's car.
The FBI and New York authorities had been searching for Rhodenizer, who disappeared Wednesday after telling his wife he was getting his computer fixed at Best Buy. He is the pastor of a church in Lyndonville, N.Y.
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Want me to tell you the story (with link) about the pastor in Alabama who accidentally killed himself while engaging in autoerotic bondage and rubber play?
It seems his snorkle got away from him.
*giggles*
I found another article that listed the events in a different format. Since one article is different from the other the entire event must be false as the only reasonable explaination is that someone was either playing a joke, insane, or trying to turn a buck. Stop believing in such frivolous and false concepts.

“xcntrik.wordpres s.com”

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#19 Feb 2, 2009
Mike wrote:
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I found another article that listed the events in a different format. Since one article is different from the other the entire event must be false as the only reasonable explaination is that someone was either playing a joke, insane, or trying to turn a buck. Stop believing in such frivolous and false concepts.
Whatever you have to tell yourself to convince yourself that your delusion is something more than a delusion is just fine with me.

You're the only person it affects. Well, except for anyone else in your family who's life is ruined because of your actions. But you don't actually care about them, huh?

As long as you perpetuate the delusion.

Priorities.
Mike

Nashville, NC

#20 Feb 2, 2009
Xcntrik InVidor wrote:
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Whatever you have to tell yourself to convince yourself that your delusion is something more than a delusion is just fine with me.
You're the only person it affects. Well, except for anyone else in your family who's life is ruined because of your actions. But you don't actually care about them, huh?
As long as you perpetuate the delusion.
Priorities.
Well, guess you caught on that it was a parody. Good job. And I doubt that my family will suffer as a result of my posting on a blog, but thanks for the concern.

“xcntrik.wordpres s.com”

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#21 Feb 3, 2009
Mike wrote:
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Well, guess you caught on that it was a parody. Good job. And I doubt that my family will suffer as a result of my posting on a blog, but thanks for the concern.
I wasn't talking about your family suffering because you posted on a blog, silly.

You're fantasizing.

“listen the facts not the paper”

Since: Feb 09

up to you

#22 Feb 10, 2009
taught them a lesson yea

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