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Funeral director Scott Teague of Mountain City, Tenn., walked 440 miles to Washington D.C., arriving Monday in the bitter cold. Why, you ask?
In the time-honored tradition of engaging in media-seeking, nonsensical and inane religious stunts, Teague told Media General News Service
that Jesus inspired his unseasonable walkabout.
"I'm not a Jesus freak or a fanatic," he said. Right...
The cross country trek was meant to support the foisting of not-universally-held religious beliefs into the faces of heathens--namely the Ten Commandments. I mean, something is wrong with a country where you walk through a public place without seeing two massive stone tablets filled with moral edicts issued by flaming shrubbery. What could be more important?
This religious freedom, of course, does not apply to the adherents of Summum. Hanging out inside a wooden pyramid, surrounded by golden, mummified animals while feeling the vibrations issuing from beings around you through a haze of fermented fruit juice is sooo much crazier than flaming shrubbery.