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  • #31
    Originally posted by jarhead6073:


    and where can I find this 'comic'?

    Assuming your serious you will likely have to go a comic book store or if your afraid to do that (strange people hang out there sometimes) go to Amazon. The series ended a few years ago but its so popular that its been collected in six or seven trade paperbacks which have eight or nine issues each. There were 66 issues in all (66 was a delibarate number since it was the closest that they could come to 666) and I think there are seven TPB's. The first one is Preacher: Gone to Texas. The last is Preacher: Alamo. I neglected to mention that the state of Texas features prominently. This story is also a modern day western. In between in some order are Preacher: Salvation, Preacher: War in the Sun, and a couple of others I don't remember since I started collecting the issues rather than the TBS's once I found out how good it was.

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    • #32
      "The Duke also did a great speech called "The Hyphen."
      I've been trying to find a recording or transcript."


      I posted it in a thread less than 2 weeks ago. Let me see if I can find the thread

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      • #33
        I did a search for it. It's not cheap to buy though.
        On the wings of a dove
        Let's roll for justice
        Let's roll for truth
        Let's not let our children grow up
        Fearful in their youth -- Neil Young

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        • #34
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          Last edited by Frank Booth; 12-26-2003, 10:32 AM.

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          • #35
            As for the hyphen thing, I saw a guy in another forum reffering to himself as an "American-American". I thought that was pretty clever.
            TRAVIS ED WILLIAMS
            Police Officer
            Mesquite, Texas, P.D.
            Mesquite, TX
            Date of Death: 09/23/1974

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            • #36
              Which is rather innacurate, unless he's a native American.

              Me, I'm European-American (technically, Swedish/Irish/German-American, but that's a bit long winded). Rock on.

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              • #37
                Hey, Watchman, I'm still trying to figure out how you deduced that the three judges who made this ruling were "anti-American homosexual communists."
                What else could they be?

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                • #38
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                  Last edited by Frank Booth; 12-26-2003, 10:33 AM.

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