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  • Generally they seem a pleasant and decent bunch. In my town, there's a very large Mormon population. We've never had a problem with them.
  • Although I don't agree with the religion, mormons are some of the best people out there.
  • They've got a lot more self control then myself. No caffeine, no alcohol? *Heart attack*
  • Good people. Good values. I generally just meet the young men who come to my door.
  • Sorry... met a mormon...
  • I've never met any, and I don't have any preconcieved notions about them. They are just one of many different religions or denominations. Just please don't come to my door.
  • No not to my knowledge I haven't
  • Yes quite a few of them . They are people like anyone . The young Missionaries always seem very polite and not at all pushy
  • yes, there was a Mormon church were I lived in Lousiana so I have met several. All the ones I met were very nice.
  • Yes, and they don't eat their young. I have friends that are Mormons and they are great people. Stop trying to define people by their relgions.
  • Lol have I? I live in Washington but id bet 1/8 of my high school was mormon and I didnt think anything of it really their just people (even though I dont share every belief with them)
  • Afraid not,exactly that afraid not.
  • Not only have I met one I am one. I was not raised in the church and I am not from UT. I was living in NYC at the time I met the Elders back when I was 20 around late summer of 1982. It started out as me wanting to prove what idiots they were for believing all this Joseph Smith talking to God and Angels stuff. Turns out they proved me an idiot for not having more faith. I was baptized about a month later. Haven't regretted the decision ever since.
  • Definitely. In HS my two best friends were/are Mormon and I dated one of their brothers who also was/is Mormon. I think that they aren't any different than anyone else. Belonging to a religion doesn't define a person, their actions do.
  • I know a Mormon family that is really cool. I don't agree with Mormon beliefs, though.
  • I joined the LDS for awhile. They are wonderful people as a whole but they have some strange (in my opinion) ideas and beliefs. I stopped belonging when my stepdaughter's baby died and the Bishop wouldn't loan us the money to have a funeral for her, and I had to sell my truck to get the funds for a minimal but decent funeral/burial.
  • All that I have met seems to be good people. Not when I lived out west, but here, they tend to aggrevate you with their religion more. That is the only thing I have against them, or any person of said religion, for that matter.
  • what do i think of mormons... AMAZING... i mean our beliefs, our way of caring ourselfs around... we are not of the world, and i think thats important.....
  • I LOVE coming on these topics about mormons it is SO funny!!! i am a mormon and I am 11... dudes seriously we are just normal people!!!! The only things different are that we NEVER dress immodestly- that mean we don't wear sleeve less shirts and we don't show our stomachs...... we seem happier because of the rules we live by..... but then we don't have RULES per say we can do whatever we want they say what we SHOULD do then we pick what we DO!!!! And missionaries they aren't bad people what they do is come 2 different peoples house and say "we would like to tell you about the restored gospel of jesus christ" then you guys either say come in or slam the door in there faces. and for you guys who say we r racist you guys r 4 saying that we r.... wait does that make sense? lol anyway my brother is a missionary right now. and my older bro was 2. if you have any question look at our site its lds.org i think I would give you my email address so you can ask me questions but I don't think that would be a good idea me only being 11
  • I like them. I intend to remain one of them. And if all of us go to Hell as some say we will, Then we will turn the Devils out and make a Heaven of it.
  • Wonderful, genuine, authentic and sincere people deceived about true Mormon History and the pure LDS Theology taught by Joseph Smith. As a result they must remain in "snapped" mental state (see http://www.concernedchristians.com/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=42&func=view&catid=532&id=80163#80163) and engage in Mind Control Cult practices and behaviors (see http://www.concernedchristians.com/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=42&func=view&id=80003&catid=532, http://www.concernedchristians.com/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=42&func=view&id=80001&catid=532, http://www.concernedchristians.com/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=42&func=view&id=79855&catid=532, http://www.concernedchristians.com/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=42&func=view&id=76264&catid=532) in order to remain a True Believing Mormon. They are my family members and my friends. I love Mormons and despise Mormonism. I just wish that I could do more to help my Mormon friends and family members pass through the Mormon Mirage and into reality.
  • To each his own. I won't shove my beliefs down their throats if they don't shove theirs down mine.
  • I like it when they break the churches rules and I get to see the other mormons react. it gives my life meaning to watch theology turn into control.
  • They are people. I've met some I liked and some I didn't. I think the religion has a lot of good values, doesn't meant they all follow them.
  • lost...
  • I used to be one, so I know a great deal about them. They're not a "peculiar" people, as much as they'd like to think. http://www.exmormon.org/
  • Aren't they against gay marriage? Equal rights for ALL!
  • I'd rather not say. If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all.
  • I think they are a scourge on the planet. Since hardly any tree gets to see the forest- many of them don't know the irrational quest for power that the "mormon program" has. The quest for more money, more members, more government offices, more land etc. etc. It's endless. And I understand they believe "they will rule the world forever". I think it's like a "matrix-like"_ program and the members are so caught up in it- they can't see what's going on. Or they don't want to. THEIR GOD IS MONEY.
  • After reading all the other answers on here, I have to say, with great emphasis, the old saying "Serial killers make the best neighbors" proves itself out here. Just like John Wayne Gacy- People said he was "JUST THE NICEST GUY YOU"D EVER WANT TO MEET. Everybody liked him. These people, like him, present one face to the world while they accomplish their evil in secret. The only way they ever get caught is by being a little careless, a little too arrogant, or kill too many people at one time (Like 128 + or - two or three). Or maybe they just kill the wrong person at the wrong time. Eventually, many of them get found out. It's a sorry state of affairs, that too many others don't.
  • Frankly I rarely think about the Mormons....what's there to think about anyway? It's just another religious cult to me.
  • think too much.
  • They are very defensive and insular. Brigham Young had 72 wives, many of them under age 20 and I can look at one, especially the men, and tell they are descendents of the interbred Mormon families of the mountain west (utah and arizona. Some of them are ok. My mormon neighbor across the street still looks both ways before he brings in bottle of alcohol from his trunk (to make sure no one is watching that will report him to the bishop!) He's a good guy, though.
  • I think their fine. Like any group or organization they have their positive and negative points as long as they pay their taxes, promote family and educational values and try not to run me off the road:)
  • Awesome I am one. I think they are misunderstood. You should learn more about them by asking the Missioanaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

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