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      Jon M Fratsman

      There’s no question that some people do take it too far, and I’ll give you that. But is it really too much to assume that the Founders might actually have MEANT what they wrote?

      And yes, I fucking know, that’s why I said “not to make the explicit comparison”.

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      Jon M Fratsman

      Come on, man. The Spirit is one of the pieces of literature. Not every chapter has the good fortune to be located in the South and I’ll admit that I’ve seen some pretty weird guys wearing my letters, but they’re still our brothers. Not to make the explicit comparison, but that feels like saying “but just disregard this chapter of the Bible”.

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      The Standard

      Ok, thats fine. Do you all really think that when the Spirit was written it had the same intended meaning of “different temperaments, talents and convictions” as some people define it today? My personal opinion is absolutely not.

      If you compare the Bible to your fraternity literature, you might as well be working for Nationals.

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      Pro Consul

      Regardless of whether or not you think people take the literature from The Shield too far, he’s our brother. I’d rather have him than someone who will throw brothers under the bus.

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