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Friday, October 12, 2007 

The Danger of Theology

Who says studying theology isn't dangerous? This thing had like 30 legs and jaws/fangs the size of Oregon. The pictures totally don't do it justice. I was in a fight for my life.


For the PETA friendly and animal conscious, I can assure you that no spiders were harmed in the making of this documentary. However, one spider was significantly killed in opening my textbook. My bad.

Ben, you can't use this as an excuse to go East.

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"What's Dr. Clark doing on your book? Isn't he supposed to be a busy man?" says the FVist.

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