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As the article notes, Monaghan hasn't owned Domino's since 1998.
Oops, my bad. Founder, not owner. Good catch.
You can always just call him a Flounder.
He's still getting cash from them, I'm sure. Not that Domino's isn't the most horrid pizza on the face of the Earth anyways, but this is just even more reason for people not to patronize them.
Regardless of ownership - pious religious dogma has arguably done little to promote real spiritual development by often ignoring basic scientific and human behaviorial principles. From a political standpoint, creating the "Catholic City" will ultimately blur the separation of church and state, which the Constitution seeks to uphold. But hey, he's got money....
In our country we have a clone called Dominous Pizza. I tried it once, it's expensive and doesn't taste that good either :)
Hmmm...I see the obvious violation of the separation between church and state. But, he is starting a brand new community and people can choose to move there or not, right? So it seems like more of a commune than an incorporated township. I say let 'em do it. At least this way we'll know where they are. I don't know what that means.
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