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Strippers Even Score With Churchgoers

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For the past four years, churchgoing folk in Coshocton County, Ohio have spent their weekends protesting the Foxhole, a local strip joint, from the club's parking lot. Led by Pastor Bill Dunfee, the altruistic, forgiving Christians condemned the sinful structure, bullhorns and placards in hand, and went so far as to videotape the license plates of patrons pulling into the establishment. Later, they would post them online in an effort to "save their souls."

Although the Lord condemns the idea of exacting revenge, even He would have to chuckle at the repercussion.

Sunday morning churchgoers in Coshocton County, Ohio are now given an eyeful of depraved flesh as Foxhole dancers protest every week outside the church. Clad in bikinis, armed with Super Soakers, the women sit in lawn chairs, grill up burgers, and wave at passing cars. Despite the women's presence, the congregation largely ignores them -- perhaps the only time the congregation follows God's disapproval of premeditated judgment.

Foxhole owner Tommy George certainly isn't shy about voicing his opinion of the church protesters. He told the Columbus Dispatch, "When these morons go away, we'll go away." He added, "The great thing about this country is that everyone has a right to believe what they want."

In Pastor Dunfee's case, it's believing that George "is a parasite, a man without judgment," and that "the word of Jesus Christ says you cannot share territory with the devil."

Fortunately for both parties, no less than nine miles separate the church and strip club.
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