Nope. I have. It's worse than the Bible (in my opinion). The book pretty much encourages Muslims to forcefully convert others. It mandates that they tax nonbelievers and generally curtail the rights of nonbelievers until they submit.
And the penalty for apostasy is death. I could keep going. The Bible is wild, but the Koran takes the cake.
"william sherman should've killed millions of people because postwar reconstruction would turn that area into a cesspool of ignorance" = pie
"claudia lacy is handling this the right way, unlike that idiot louis head" = whoa, whoa, guy... what are you saying?
That was frustration speaking on my part. I do have an intense hatred for the south (the culture; not necessarily all the people). My experience there was less than pleasant. I got into a ton of fistfights. Looking back, I could have been ended.
It's even more annoying when you try and explain things to people and they insist that you are wrong or insist that you are the problem or insist that the situation is explained by some extremely implausible set of events.
They piss in your face, tell you it's raining, and then become furious when you dare say otherwise.
People are chained by idiotic tradition down there. I left to enlist in the marines and never went back. So, no. I don't wish death on all the residents of the south.
But it is vexing when people always want you to take "high road" and be meek about certain things. Like cynic/sylvianlight was so pleased with that mothers reaction. It makes people like that feel better I guess. I wish that lady had raised 7 different kinds of hell as soon as they tried to say it was a suicide.