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Minority Viewpoints

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What opinions do you have that deviate from the norm?

Rachel Scott: I’d have to say that a “normal” viewpoint for a liberal (and believe me, I am a raging liberal) is that the death penalty should be abolished. But I am all for it, provided the crime is heinous and the person is guilty beyond reasonable doubt.

Jackie Briggs: I think hula-hooping at bars and other adult places is so stupid. In fact, any sort of “sexy hula-hooping” makes me want to throw up.  

John Paul Brophy: Baseball is the National Pastime.

Susan Kruithof: Evidently, being an atheist puts me in a pretty small percentage of the world at only 2.5 percent.  I can’t even imagine what tiny percentile I’d fall into for the state of Utah. Perhaps I need to start going door to door.

Kolbie Stonehocker: Bloody Marys are disgusting and Wristcutters is a terrible movie.

Scott Renshaw: I don’t believe in the existence of “evil.” And I’ve seen every Adam Sandler movie, so that’s saying something.

Nick Clark: I don’t like Zoolander or Prince. Totally unrelated except for the fact that I just can’t get into either of them.

Jesse Fruhwirth: The United States ceased to be a benevolent force in the world in the 1890s when it squashed Aguinaldo and the Philippene independence movement in pursuit of empire.

Wally Greenwell: I think eternal life would suck after a while.