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Eight comments overheard at the unveiling of the LDS Church’s plans for renovating downtown Salt Lake City:

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8. “So … where does the soccer stadium go?nn

7. “Looks nice, but those balsa-wood buildings are probably not gonna hold up.nn

6. “Whoa, is that a 20-foot statue of … Dick Nourse?nn

5. “How much of the budget has been allocated to move those City Weekly heathens off Main Street and out to Magna?nn

4. “That State Liquor Store is huge! Oh, wait, it’s a Harmons … never mind.nn

3. “Look, a scale-model Rocky Anderson buried underneath the concrete by the creek.nn

2. “No, it’s totally different from The Gateway: It will be open on Sundays.nn

1. “The first person who calls it the ‘Jesus Christ Superstore’ will be ejected from this press conference'I’m serious!

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