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My cousin is a 32nd degree freemason, should I ask to join?

 
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My cousin is a 32nd degree freemason, should I ask to join?
What do you do when your family are freemasons? Should you ignore it or ask to join?
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Re: My cousin is a 32nd degree freemason, should I ask to join?
Go ahead. You have to study and recite chapters of information from their book. Enjoy!
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Re: My cousin is a 32nd degree freemason, should I ask to join?
Might as well join up.

There's plenty of loot to be robbed, in Masonism!

Also, judges and cops will be your friends.
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02/18/2012 06:51 PM
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yea i would. might as well make some connections. I doubt your local masons are into anything big like you read about on the internet.
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Re: My cousin is a 32nd degree freemason, should I ask to join?
Might as well join up.

There's plenty of loot to be robbed, in Masonism!

Also, judges and cops will be your friends.
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What do you mean by "loot to be robbed"?
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Re: My cousin is a 32nd degree freemason, should I ask to join?
It's always a good idea to consult your uncle in matters of this nature (or any nature for that matter).
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02/18/2012 07:17 PM
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You should try and get him out of the wicked cult
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02/18/2012 07:21 PM
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Re: My cousin is a 32nd degree freemason, should I ask to join?
You should try and get him out of the wicked cult
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Its a cult? Whose the leader?
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