Desenex and the City
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Religious people don't need to be ethical, because religion is mostly about salvation. It's about closing your eyes, very tightly, and believing in someone so much, without question, that when you die he will save your ass. Religion is about saving your ass. And that ain't ethical. There's a million reasons I could give you as to why a religious person is less moral than an ethicist, but here's ...
On June 22, 2002, he received the Los Angeles Press Club's highest honor, the President's Award, for "championing free speech". The award was given six days after the final episode of Politically Incorrect
(1993), Bill's social-satire show from which he was dismissed for politically incorrect statements about the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center.
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