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“Put some jeans on and fear God. Forget about all this fashion nonsense.”
— STEVE DRAIN, spokesperson for the hate group Westboro Baptist Church, who reportedly planned to protest at New York Fashion Week (via New York Post)
Needless to say that no one was amused.