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3 definitions by Charles Manno

 
1.
One of the main figures whose quotes and sayings provide the foundation of the beliefs and methods of the super-right-wing political organization, H.A.T.E. As of January 2005, there are three episciples, and they are, in no particular order, Dan Quayle, Denis Leary and Mike Tyson. New episciples are selected by the current leaders of H.A.T.E. When a candidate for an episciple is found, a review of their notable quotes is reviewed, and if the leaders feel that their quotes represent the beliefs of H.A.T.E., they are declared an episciple.
One of the main fundamental sayings of the episciple Dan Quayle is, "My friends, no matter how rough the road may be, we can and we will never, never surrender to what is right."
by Charles Manno February 18, 2005
 
2.
One of the main figures whose quotes and sayings provide the foundation of the beliefs and methods of the super-right-wing political organization, H.A.T.E. As of January 2005, there are three episciples, and they are, in no particular order, Dan Quayle, Denis Leary and Mike Tyson. New episciples are selected by the current leaders of H.A.T.E. When a candidate for an episciple is found, a review of their notable quotes is reviewed, and if the leaders feel that their quotes represent the beliefs of H.A.T.E., they are declared an episciple.
One of the fundamental sayings of the episciple Dan Quayle is, "My friends, no matter how rough the road may be, we can and we will never, never surrender to what is right."
by Charles Manno February 19, 2005
 
3.
The super-right-wing political organization known more specifically as "Humans Against The Emos". It was formed when it's first six leaders decided they had enough of the liberal organizations' grotesque and forceful propaganda promoting such lifestyles as vegetarianism and boycotting of non-endangered animal-based products. The beliefs, methods and highest texts are based on the beliefs of the original six leaders and the current episciples. Membership is open to all right-wing persons who share their beliefs, but registration is discreet and difficult to find.
H.A.T.E. seeks to remove or reduce (preferably the former) violent liberal propaganda and those who distribute, craft and advocate such material.
by Charles Manno February 18, 2005