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October 26, 2002

church worried about competition

by Feòrag

A business man is being forced to remove a sign celebrating the success of a local basketball team which praises the team coach with the words Geno is God. The official reason is that it violates zoning laws which ban signs commemorating events more than sixty days ago, but Ken Bernacky has not been asked to remove another sign reading We love UConn women basketball. The real reason is that the local church have complained that the sign is blasphemous. Maybe he should complain about any signs the church might have, seeing as they celebrate events which, if they happened at all, happened nearly 2000 years ago. 'Geno' Worship Rankles Church - Hartford Courant, October 24th 2002.

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