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  • Blue Oyster Cult - 《Don't Fear The Reaper - The Best Of Blue Oyster Cult》 [MP3!]

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  • To save you the trouble, a Cult is “a system of religious beliefs and ritual; also the great devotion to a person, idea, object, movement, or work, especially such devotion regarded as to a literary or intellectual ideology; also the object of such devotion.”

    On Oregon Ranchers and Wolves

  • As a religion, the Cult is interested in more than material wealth, so why not take advantage of the non-profit niche that other religions use?

    An Interview with Venger Satanis : The Lovecraft News Network

  • The Cthulhu Cult is in the business of educating mankind.

    An Interview with Venger Satanis : The Lovecraft News Network

  • The Cthulhu Cult is in the business of educating mankind.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • Cult is another one of these words like "liberal" and "elitest" that is broadly defined, and commonly used to attack someone with viewpoint opposing your own.

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  • Cult is another one of these words like "liberal" and "elitest" that is broadly defined, and commonly used to attack someone with viewpoint opposing your own.

    On Oregon Ranchers and Wolves

  • The entire premise of the Apple Cult is to design the base product to appeal to creative people, who then pay to become your sales force and development team.

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  • To save you the trouble, a Cult is “a system of religious beliefs and ritual; also the great devotion to a person, idea, object, movement, or work, especially such devotion regarded as to a literary or intellectual ideology; also the object of such devotion.”

    On Oregon Ranchers and Wolves

  • As a religion, the Cult is interested in more than material wealth, so why not take advantage of the non-profit niche that other religions use?

    Archive 2010-02-01

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