Hear ye, hear ye! We received another letter from a curious lady, who is curious on what shall not be suffered to live. Here's her letter:
I had a breakup with my boyfriend because he told me that I don't deserve to live. He keeps slapping me with some quotes from his Bible just because I am not going to Topeka, Kansas with him. He's planning to join the "cult" called "Westboro Baptist Church," which was labeled as a cult by some critics, including some of the news I found here. What would I do? Fight, bag, pull him to a mental institution, or run?
SOLUTION: Well, that seems harsh of him. But like what the sages say, every problem has a solution. Here are some of them.
The first is to run, but what if he hires spies from Topeka to track you down? Now that's scarier than horror movies.
Pulling him to a mental institution might not be the best option. Everyone might think you're the one who needs to be pulled. Better file a case against him.
Also, the part that says "thou shalt not suffer a witch to live" is believed to be distorted by King James I of England during his reign around 1604. Until now, it's been debatable, but the two solutions I suggest above are the best options I can give.