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religious or not, we can still have a sense of humour. . . . .



speaking of Sal Tlay Ka Citie, you should definitely squeeze it into the next USA Tour!!!!

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brilliant. Is this part of the stage show?

Come to think of it, and with respect, I've never seen a non-white mormon. I'm sure they must try to convert people of all races but is the mormon faith predominantly white?
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brilliant. Is this part of the stage show?

Come to think of it, and with respect, I've never seen a non-white mormon. I'm sure they must try to convert people of all races but is the mormon faith predominantly white?

I'm fairly sure that there are Mormons of all races. From what I understand there are a growing number of Samoans and Hawaiians who are Mormon.
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[Come to think of it, and with respect, I've never seen a non-white mormon. I'm sure they must try to convert people of all races but is the mormon faith predominantly white?[/QUOTE]


Since you hadnt seen one (non-white Mormon) yet, and if you are really wondering if they exist, do a google search for "Mormon Channel." Then there is a section under "Series" called "Mormon Messages." And, under the same "Series" by clicking to the right, there is one called "I'm a Mormon." There are Asian Mormons, African Mormons, South American Mormons, European Mormons, not so many Middle Eastern Mormons, 0 Antartican Mormons, Australian Mormons, Polynesian Mormons (my guess is that 10 % of the crown in the video "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain" are Mormons). And Lots of North American Mormons.

I'd be curious what you think after watching a few of the "non-white" clips.

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P.S. There are even Cowboy Mormons. Just sayin'

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If Mormons would have been around 1,000 years ago....there could have been Norman Mormons....
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Not making fun...just providing some levity.
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If Mormons would have been around 1,000 years ago....there could have been Norman Mormons....
I know, I sound like the guy in Forrest Gump, who tells of all of the types of shrimp there are. lol

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Good ol' Bubba. Shrimp stew, shrimp salad, shrimp gumbo, shrimp soup, shrimp sandwich....lol
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