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Even as Sodom and Gomorrah, and the cities about them in like manner, giving themselves over to fornication, and going after strange flesh, are set forth for an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire. Likewise also these filthy dreamers defile the flesh, despise dominion and speak evil of dignities.
Too bad these reprobates chose the wrong path. Must be lots of fun to throw away your eternal life for homosexuality.
An icon of faggot music. I think the village people started this genre. Now it is loaded with all these effeminate boy bands where you can't tell it is a woman singing or a man with a dick up his arse
All you can be sure about is the group behind promoting this type of music
is it the jews? tell me what are the jews trying to accomplish?
the answer to that has been given on many threads by many different people. here is just one:
How do you turn lies into the truth? And who thinks of such things?
He knew what his freedom would bring him. He took the wrong road, to hell.
As Cornfed said, faggots never live long. Aids or God strikes them down. Micheal Jackson as well. They are given just long enough to repent their way of life. If they defend and promote it they seem to die sudden.
Oh wow. RIP George Michael.
I remember how he was all the rage for a while...Then the bathroom incident happened and he stopped making music because he got into an argument with his record company.
Anyway, I know he was gay but I like 80s music, so I will miss his music, since it brings back memories of my young childhood. I wasn't a big fan of his music, but I can appreciate his catchy musical style. You can dislike his music all you want, but you have to admit, it's a whole lot better and more positive than the garbage you call music these days.,,
Faith was one of the first CDs I ever purchased. Every track on that album was a hit. To this day, I still love that sugary 80s pop sound.
I've seen a few of his interviews. He seemed like such a genuinely sweet man. Man, such a shame he's gone so early...
I think a baboon beating a tin can is better music than the moaning women and c(rap) these days, which is all sytnthesised jungle noise. Come to think of it, the people making modern music are very much like a baboon beating on a tin can