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TUESDAY, MAY 11, 2010  |  3 comments
Pagan police get right to take festivals as holiday
Being serving police officers, they would no doubt leave their sun worshipping, mead drinking and naked dancing for their days off, not to mention the annual practice of leaving food out for the wandering dead.

As of today, however, pagan police have the right to take their festivals as official holiday after their support group won formal recognition from the Home Office.

The Pagan Police Association was announced by co-founder PC Andy Pardy, who, when he is not patrolling the beat in Hertfordshire, is a heathen worshipper of Norse gods including Thor and Odin. ...


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Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
"As of today, however, pagan police have the right to take their festivals as official holiday after their support group won formal recognition from the Home Office.

The Pagan Police Association was announced by co-founder PC Andy Pardy, who, when he is not patrolling the beat in Hertfordshire, is a heathen worshipper of Norse gods including Thor and Odin. ..."

I suppose if he didn't get a festival off, he'd be mighty thor about it.

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San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
Weird.

During my short life I've seen, and am continuing to see that which used to be considered quaint become mainstream, and vice-versa.

Shades of a changing-dying culture, I guess.

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Rick | Alabama  Find all comments by Rick
Wonder when the Human Sacrifice folks will get official recognition?
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