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Has any body else seen this documentary??
By WHATTODO2
8/1/2012 1:03:47 AM
I am not sure when it is coming out, but I can't wait to see it!!
Sometimes when I am feeling tempted I turn this video on and listen to the words and read the stats. It always puts my mind straight!!

http://www.shamedthemovie.com/media/

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Ill take a quote    
"From the site to use for a new post. But I haven't found the actual video/documentary."
posted at 02:42:17 on August 1, 2012 by moronidenovo
That is unfortunate    
"I wonder where he saw it? I didn't think it was even finished yet and it is sponsored by lds recovery groups of all kinds."
posted at 12:42:34 on August 1, 2012 by WHATTODO2
Shamed....    
"After viewing the website and conversing with several people who have contributed, it looks like a great project. Some of the guys involved are Bernie Anderson from http://somebodysdaughter.org/, Tony Litster from http://abettermormon.com/, Ryll Crowshaw and her husband from http://www.rhyllcroshaw.com/ and http://salifeline.org/"
posted at 10:45:05 on August 6, 2012 by chefdalet


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