Discussion in 'The Bar' started by gwartney, Jul 6, 2015.
We could talk about meatballs and inexpensive home furnishings.
I drove through Colorado City yesterday, where Warren Jeffs had his weird polygamist LDS church. The houses were so big, like everyone needed room for their 19 wives. It was pretty eerie.
i bought my cookware from there, i really like it thusfar
Actually drove past it. I don't think I would go through it.
How do those guys afford to support all those wives and chillins? Are the wives allowed to work?
I don't really know what they do. The houses were big, but looked really shabby. I don't think the wives can work. I think they are supposed to teach the kids at home instead of sending them to school.
That sounds like hell for absolutely everyone involved.
The houses from the road looked like this
And they dress like Laura Ingalls, I read.
I get the same feeling whenever I drive through the Town of Gilbert @Pelini
Jesus. Desert wasteland.
They look more like apartments than homes. Probably how they look inside too.
That first one reminds me of that barn on that hill in Jenner
Imagine trying to avoid 19 wives
Mormon churches always seem to have two sides to them. There is one close to where I live. Parking lot is on either side as well. I wonder if they are separate entrances for men and women.
In my case.
I didn't take any pictures myself because I'm lazy but there were some that they had started building and just never finished, maybe because the leader went to jail. They had plants growing up through the floor and around the first level of windows.
You go in there, maybe have some lingonberry juice, look around at all the wood chairs, it's like being in Holland gazing at a windmill. Just standing there, gazing.
Oh that freaky gray one?