6 responses

  1. a. mcewen
    January 31, 2008

    perhaps they should have said “pretty please with sugar on top.”

  2. woulfe
    February 1, 2008

    They may have to use a different web address. The domain name godhatesaustralia.com has already been registered by someone in Australia.

  3. Willie Hewes
    February 1, 2008

    *laughs long and loud*

    …and conduct a religious service?! Is that what they call it?

    I’m glad, last thing anyone needs at a funeral is their religious servicing.

  4. Gab.
    February 1, 2008

    Couldn’t a couple of australians “tell” those morons where the cermony is to be held? (say, in some hard to get to/accessible by pedestrians only, highly dangerous place, far from civilisation and hospitals, (and far from his or anyone elses burial place, except maybe their own in the near future)).
    If nothing else, it would make their resources even smaller….

    (how could they afford it anyway with a >$12 million
    fine to pay?)

  5. Emily K
    February 1, 2008


    hahaha!!! I LOVE this. This Australian registered the domain as soon as they found out WBC was going to do it. Nothin’ but a dancing bear and a note signed “…love thy neighbour.”

  6. Regan DuCasse
    February 1, 2008

    As IF, the WBC is entitled to know anything about where ANYONE’S funeral is so that they can disrupt it and torment the attendees?

    I think our government needs to rethink free speech and expression.
    Pestering, tormenting, provocation and imposition couldn’t possibly be protected speech. The free expression thereof poses a threat to those who can’t restrain themselves from doing so.
    Why should anyone restrain themselves from pummeling these people if not knowing how to leave somone in peace isn’t on their radar?

    Is self defense protected expression from the likes of the Phelps? Has to be.

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