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wow--looks like a must see.

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Thank you for your comment, shea!


Last year in college my theatre department did the wellknown piece called "the laramie project", which chronicles the death and impending murder trials for Matthew Shepherd of Laramie, Wyoming. Anyway, there's a couple of scenes which depict Fred Phelps protesting at Matthew's funeral, and the trials. It's pretty sick what that guy does. To make the play even more personal, the cast and crew were actually worried that the real dickhead himself, Fred Phelps, would show up to protest the play. He only lived a couple towns up the highway. Thankfully, he didn't, but I know from growing up in Texas, rural Texas at that, exactly what the people in Mississippi and Alabama go through.

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