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Dancers from Ohio strip club protest at church (video included)

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posted on Aug, 10 2010 @ 05:37 PM

Originally posted by TripGun
The protest is meaningless, they have just unified that church, the pastor is right, now they all see the same vision. This is however, an interesting social experiment of a business that just called out the wilder radicals who attend that church to act upon their own personal darkness in the name of God.

What are they protesting again?

You could make that same argument for protesting against the KKK so is it meaningless to protest against the KKK as well? Can't have it both ways.

posted on Aug, 10 2010 @ 05:46 PM

Originally posted by HarmonicNights
reply to post by mblahnikluver

If you choose that sort of job, then you can't complain about all the "crap" you go through. You chose it. And people go through crap no matter what job they have. A stripper is not an honorable thing to be. It's something that requires no education, skill, or learned craft. Only willingness to become an sex object for men who can't get laid. Some women suddenly forget about dignity, self-respect, and their children's well-being when money is involved. Women are now seen as nothing other than sex objects. One of the most common images of a woman you will see in the media is that of a whore. Because of women willing to degrade themselves to the fullest for a buck, all women have to suffer for it.

WOW the ignorance of this post astounds me !

If you choose that sort of job... REALLY?
You can say that about any job.
Pull up your pants, your ignorance is showing !
You are everything that is wrong with this world and you don't even know it. How sad !!!!

posted on Aug, 11 2010 @ 07:15 AM
Still, this thread isn't about the looks of the strippers or what people do with them, it's about the simple fact that most church organizations still continue to try and force religion down our pun intended..ha.

You have the right to go to church every Wednesday and Sunday, you don't see anyone picketing the services. Why should a certain persons beliefs be pushed off as fact for everyone else to endure?

And I can almost certainly tell you, If the strip club donated part of their earnings to the church, all would be fine and this wouldn't be in the news. Its all about competition. In good times and especially bad times you have constants. People will flock to religion to ask for miracles, people will flock to the "SIN" factors as well. Porn, Alcohol, and tobacco. You will always have business in each category, now its just, again, competition. If I'm spending all my cash on beer, smokes, and some chic on a pole on Saturday night...probably not gonna dump any in the Sunday morning plate... Competition

posted on Aug, 11 2010 @ 08:59 AM
As unattractive as the dancers might seem to most, I ask, would you rather have a beer and watch them pole dance or go to church and listen to the preacher condemning them to hell?

posted on Aug, 11 2010 @ 09:45 AM
reply to post by earl call

We could all learn a lesson from Sarah Palin on how to get along better with protestors.

What lesson would that be?

Resign from your elected position half way through, to pursue millions in a book signing?

I fail to see how this relates to strippers.....

Oh i see. Very astute observation, Earl!

Strippers lure men in with sex appeal in order to steal their money and leave them stranded, blue balled, and disappointed. They offer zero intellectual stimulation and are basically there to serve 2 purposes:

  • Eye Candy
  • Distraction from the real world.

All you have to do with the above Paragraph is replace the word "Strippers" with "Sarah Palin" and you see how Sarah Palin & Strippers have something in common.

[edit on 11-8-2010 by Snarf]

posted on Aug, 11 2010 @ 10:24 AM
I wonder how many Foxhole protestors would turn out for this issue?

Greg Gutfeld: Build a Gay Muslim Bar Next to the Mosque at Ground Zero he-nook&Itemid=59

posted on Aug, 11 2010 @ 12:40 PM
I thought it was illegal to go around taking pictures of people's license plates and posting it online. Doesn't this cross a legal threshold?

I agree with the idea that people should then follow "church" people around and record them enjoying their personal forms of entertainment, document and post online. Fair is fair.

"An *eyefull* for an *eyefull*" I always say.

posted on Aug, 11 2010 @ 03:04 PM
The problem is, this is a gray area. Taking and posting pictures of peoples license plates on the internet may be enough to really tick someone off but is not illegal. License plates are not personal property, they are government property mandated by law to identify the owner operator of the motor vehicle. There are several websites out there where you can look up plate numbers and even several websites that post pics of vehicles and plate numbers showing cars and or their drivers in illegal acts.

For example, , is a website showing off the everyday illegally parked cars in handicapped spaces.

Another good example, Google maps street view. Pull up any major city or busy highway and drop into street view. There are thousands of pics of vehicles and guess what, do you think Google takes the time to blot out all that information? Nope.

Now, I am not a fan of someone posting my information on the internet, but most everything that is public knowledge is available online. I just typed in my full name with just the words Kentucky address behind it and the first hit on Google search engine shows my wife's name as a inclusion to mine, my age, my address, my phone number, my wife's age and both of our previous address. Now just pop that information into Google maps and you can get turn by turn directions straight to my house.

So, posting pics on the internet of peoples plates, unfortunately not illegal.

posted on Aug, 11 2010 @ 04:26 PM
reply to post by Xiamara

Its actually, "Do unto others, as you would have them do unto you."

posted on Aug, 11 2010 @ 06:21 PM
Another blaring and valiant example of the benefits of a 501 (c)3 tax exempt corporation (the "church) busy brow beating, claiming to hold some moral "high ground" whilst casting solidified balls of envy, judgment and hypocrisy from their trebuche whilst in their glass bastion.

I think the strippers (although many comments are right- I wouldn't pay money to see them on a pole... eeewww) show higher regard for self, dignity for others, than the grainy haired bast... (oops) pastord.

Amazing, really. Can you imagine the Boy Scouts organizing sign waving out front of MBLA? How about the National Heart Association picketing McDaniels?

I suggest this pastord be investigated for violations of his 501(c)3 status.

?Didn't old Yeshua get an oily head massage by a whore? Hmmm....

posted on Aug, 11 2010 @ 09:00 PM
Well, neither party has the right to do what they are doing (the church protesting against the strip club and the strip club protesting against the church).

The right thing to do is:

A. The Churches needs to stop deceiving people in the name of profit.
B. The Strip Club needs to stop demoralizing people in the name of profit.

THEN, we as a society can start living a 100% morally life

posted on Aug, 13 2010 @ 09:11 PM
reply to post by airspoon

I bet the Paster is just P....d because they wont give him a discount entry! Can't stand evangelicals and the rest of them. I bet God, Jesus, Mohammed, Buddah and the rest of the crew just look down sometime's and go WTF!?!?! I didn't say that at all, and I sure as hell didn't mean that! What happened to live and let live? what happened to 'be nice to each other'? OK Thats it we're outer here, this lot are hopeless...Next!

posted on Aug, 13 2010 @ 09:13 PM
reply to post by Snarf

that would only apply if you think Sarah Palin is good looking...annnddd she's not!

posted on Aug, 14 2010 @ 12:46 PM
Wish they did that in our ministry.

What a nice way to liven up things, a notch higher.

Not saying their right in what they're doing. But a pick me up is welcome any day. Anything to break for the droning of everyday life. Church singing is still welcome but hot chicks sun bathing in front of the ministry... yeah!

Wait, they're not hot!


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