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Talk:Saint Monica's Church
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"but in Fallout Saint Monica was a woman born to ghoul parents". Where is this stated in F3? 22.214.171.124 02:58, September 13, 2009 (UTC)
you can hear Father Clifford talk about it, in one of his speeches
Podium v Lectern[edit source]
There is actually a difference - a podium is the raised platform, the lectern is the stand/table thingy. It doesn't make much difference in this context though, as long as readers know what we are talking about. Ishotamaninnewreno 12:07, February 8, 2010 (UTC)
- I just read it online and found this. Was looking to get one for my lodge as we need a new one. http://www.white-boards-and-more.com/asp/superbrowse.asp?clid=29&caid=&sku=YB1238&PiID=1634951&refid=FR12-YB1238_1634951
--Kingclyde 12:10, February 8, 2010 (UTC)
- Thats cool, common usage supports the synonymity anyway. Ultimately language is fluid, so its not like it matters... just trying to flex my education :P Ishotamaninnewreno 12:30, February 8, 2010 (UTC)
Saint Monica Of Fallout III =/= Saint Monica Of Wikipedia[edit source]
There is a link to a Wikipedia article on saint Monica of Hippo, a historical saint in real life. The saint Monica of Fallout III, however, was a woman born to ghoul parents and sold into slavery, according to a sermon by father Clifford (which he often rants about even when out of the church, glitchily enough). I think this link should be removed, and the text of father Clifford's sermon on saint Monica should be added in its place. Once I find the speech in the GECK, I'll edit the page to add it.
Anarch 04:15, May 24, 2010 (UTC)
- Thanks for putting the correct info in the article. I also appreciate the laugh at "Saint Monica of Wikipedia."--Gothemasticator 05:49, May 24, 2010 (UTC)