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  1. #11
    Robert
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    Could this be the story?

    <marquee><font color="blue"><FORM METHOD="LINK" ACTION="http://www.planetark.org/dailynewsstory.cfm/newsid/21393/story.htm">
    <INPUT TYPE="submit" VALUE="Holy Fish">
    </FORM></font></marquee>



  2. #12
    Glen T. Brock
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    Re: Could this be the story?

    Robert,

    As I didn't see the story myself I cannot confirm it. However, it certainly sounds like it!

    Isn't it ironic that to be used as 'holy water' the water has to be sterilized to kill any organisms in it?

    Glen T. Brock

  3. #13
    danielle
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    Re: Could this be the story?

    Glen, I agree. Oh ye of little faith...

    But of course, if you want to get technical, the water is only "holy" not "consecrated." Fish just don't rank high enough up on the chain of spiritual protection.

    (don't take me seriously)

  4. #14
    Lisa Werth
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    Re: Could this be the story?

    I sometimes wear holey socks to church. Not the same is it?

  5. #15
    M T
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    cheap cheap cheeeeeeeap

    That's pretty cool Robert!

    I was raised Protestant, but I remember watching a Catholic burial service in the local cemetary when I was a kid. The priest had a bottle with Holy water which he sprinkled over the grave, then he pretty much tossed the empty into the trunk of the car. I remember thinking that he should treat the bottle with more care. But years later in my own Protestant church, I found out that during Communion, instead of offering actual wine (blood of Christ) to the congregation, they used canned whelches grape juice. Man!

    I'm not the religious type, besides, I prefer vodka. :0P

  6. #16
    Reese
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    Er, Robert ...

    I believe that would be Holy Mackerel?

  7. #17
    Mike Fulton
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    Holy Water Heresy

    Fish are either nondenominational or Unitarians, so the holy water fracas was probably a PC issue.

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