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(Phys Org2)   Iran is fighting to recover stolen antiquities fully realizing Hobby Lobby has a thoroughly modern legal team   (phys.org) divider line
    More: Obvious, Museum, Iran, Iranian Revolution, British Museum, World War II, Iran's National Museum, Natural History Museum, Collection  
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2022-04-19 9:29:16 AM  
Now we know why God had to put "no stealing" in the Ten Commandments.  It's not working, maybe we need new tablets.  Or maybe turn the old tablets off and on again.
 
2022-04-19 10:38:37 AM  
LOL WE ARE USA WE HAVE HOBBY LOBBY WE STEAL YOU CRY LOL

And yet Americans sometimes believe their legal system is democratic? Fark them.
 
2022-04-19 10:44:00 AM  
As much as I love museums, most of the artifacts were taken illegally and should be returned or leased.
 
2022-04-19 10:59:58 AM  

Marcus Aurelius: Now we know why God had to put "no stealing" in the Ten Commandments.  It's not working, maybe we need new tablets.  Or maybe turn the old tablets off and on again.


I think Hobby Lobby stole the old tablets.
 
2022-04-19 12:13:45 PM  
FARK Hobby Lobby and their sick Christo-Fascist owners (and all such Deplorables).
 
2022-04-19 1:50:27 PM  
How bad is it when Iran are the good guys?
 
2022-04-20 1:06:29 AM  

Marcus Aurelius: Now we know why God had to put "no stealing" in the Ten Commandments.  It's not working, maybe we need new tablets.  Or maybe turn the old tablets off and on again.


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