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Thread: Does music and religion really go together?

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    Senior Member Zofia's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by millionrainbows View Post
    Music can do anything religion can do, backwards and in high heels...
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    why do gifs not always work /sad
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zofia View Post

    why do gifs not always work /sad
    I think because it is posted as an attachment. If you direct link it, then it should work--I think. Yes in fact it does work. Here it is as a direct link:

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    This agnostic thinks the answer is yes.
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