11 December 2007
Yes, folks, in quaint little Waco, TX, you can find the Town House MoHotel. The decor is conservatively frumpy with a touch of inexpensive style. Every nightstand has a Book of Mormon and a copy of Resolving Homosexual Problems. They regularly rent out the space for slumber parties, but only for 5 or more people in odd numbers. They even have extra wide futons for group spooning and other forms of "healthy touch", though beds are remarkably narrow, barely accomodating one person each, "for your own safety". Pay-Per-View service offers on-demand viewing of Evergreen promotional videos, So You Think You Can Dance, American Idol, Brokeback Mountain (edited, offered as a "cautionary tale"), Angels in America (edited -- it's about 9 minutes long after cutting the vulgar language, cross-dressing prophet scenes, inappropriate sterotyping of LDS women, and heavy-handed, sexualized cynicism), and Latter Days (completely unedited for "educational" purposes, of course, so you know what your "gay" friends have been watching all this time).