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The Hindu nutcakes have a good many wacky ideas about children. There is a temple dedicated to rats in India. The devotees of this particular establishment believe that rats are the reincarnations of persons who died as children. They daily place bows of mixed rice, milk and other goodies out for the rats to eat and drink from. Those rats sometimes crawl into the bowls to eat, drink, defecate and urinate. The ever-so-enlightened Hindus later eat and drink the remaining contents of the bowls. But, please, do not submit critical or prejudicial comments about this seemingly bizarre practice, for as we all have been repeatedly told by the apostles of hyperecumenicalism, all religions are good and none is "better" than any other. Perhaps this rat poop and rat urine drinking is something of a sacrament to the "enlightened" patrons of the rat temple, and if so, who are you or I to take issue with their nasty, deranged religious practices? (Woops, my bias just seeped out there!)

Doubt this? Here is a pretty authoritative link from National Geographic:
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2004/06/0628_040628_tvrats.html

And you can watch it all on YouTube and revel in the marvels of diversity!:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qH8z1M9pHrQ

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