Comments about ‘Thousands celebrate in rededication of Mormon temple in Buenos Aires, Argentina’

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Published: Monday, Sept. 10 2012 7:48 a.m. MDT

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Gr8Dane
Tremonton, UT

OK, I wanted to see the photos attached to this story. But the obnoxious advertisements now block the photos and won't go away. This has happened several times recently. So I'm asking Deseret News technical people to fix the problem.. I understand that it's necessary to get ad revenue, but as long as you're posting photos for a story, shouldn't at some point, the reader actually be able to see the photos without the ads blocking most of the photos and not going away no matter what you do?

mightymite
DRAPER, UT

What a blessing this is for all the poor and downtrotten people of the world.

Twin Lights
Louisville, KY

The point of the temple is not to be an architectural marvel (though some are). It is what happens inside that is important.

Is a temple a blessing to the poor and downtrodden? You bet. Those who enter the temple covenant to bless the lives of others. The well known service culture of the church is strongly rooted in temple worship.

Danny Chipman
Lehi, UT

Mightymite, are you simply trolling every LDS temple-related article you come across? Every post from you is the exact same copy-and-pasted statement with all the sarcasm and misspelling preserved. Not sure what your gripe is with a private organization using privately and freely donated funds in a manner it sees fit, but if you want to say something constructive, then pray tell and enlighten us as to how we can be doing better.

I wish you a good day, as you sound sorely in need of one.

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