Judge Roy Moore
From: [name withheld]
To: Positive Atheism <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Judge Moore
Date: Saturday, March 13, 1999
Thank you for your web page. While I do not agree with everything you believe, I still enjoy reading your site.
When I got my divorce in 1991 Judge Moore held the ink pen in his hand but before he signed my divorce papers he asked me a question which took me by surprise. "Do you or your husband attend church anywhere?" Naturally, I was afraid to say no, so I lied and said that I did.
Judge Moore is a very dangerous person and should not be presiding over a cat fight!
We suppressed your name because, although Moore was wrong for tempting you to purjor yourself, you did commit the crime of purjory in Judge Moore's court (not that we blame you, because we probably would have done likewise).
The United States Constitution abolished Judge Moore's behavior over 220 years ago. Perhaps within the next 220 years, our Constitution will cease being just an ideal, and will take effect in time-space reality -- at least in our courtrooms.
Fortunately, even if Moore's goons did want to subpoena me to get information on you, an evangelist sent me the happy99 virus, which scrambled my Inbox file (though it is not supposed to do this, according to Symantec). I couldn't get the file even if I wanted it!
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