It’s well known that the LDS church (Mormons) spend time and energy retroactively baptising other people’s dead ancestors into their church. They are famous for their geneological database, which they built for the purpose of retroactively “saving” everybody posthumously. Some people are indifferent to the practice. Others find it rude, ghoulish, offensive, or downright sacrilegious. However, one blogger responded with a humorous case of “turnabout is fair play” and posthumously inducted Brigham Young and Joseph Smith into The Village People.
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Founding members of the Church of the Latter-Day Saints Joseph Young and Brigham Young have been posthumously honored by being inducted into The Village People.