Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Pope Is Suddenly Cool?

You gotta love the mainstream news/entertainment media. They spend decades disparaging Christianity (and Catholicism) and telling us what a bunch of bigoted, backward idiots they are, and doing stuff like making fun of the Pope by calling his car “the … Continue reading

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Cat Wars Update

Now they’re brazenly attacking humans.

Posted in Day to Day Trips, Radical Naturalism | 1 Comment

Fireworks Are Appropriate

Happy Bomb Plot Day!

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I’m Glad That You Asked

I’ve had a couple of inquiries as to Mary Christ, so I thought I’d do a little clarifying. Mary Christ was a woman I met in Los Angeles when I lived there in the early 1980s. At the time I … Continue reading

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Thought For Today

If you think about people’s races you think about people too much.

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Cat Wars Update

Here’s a community taking the correct approach to a problem by enforcing responsibility. But as usual the humans affected see this dictate as “punishment.” In other words, in the world we live in an enforcement of responsibility is considered punishment. … Continue reading

Posted in Day to Day Trips, Environment, Radical Naturalism | 4 Comments

7/11

Happy Birthday Mary Christ!

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Over Six Million Served

I’m offended that they don’t seem to know on which side of his head Hitler parted his hair.

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Nigger Please

This is a recurring post wherein we link to news and entertainment articles which refer to the dead horse of slavery in the U.S., supposed instances of white-on-black racism, the specialness of the black experience, and the general unsavoriness of … Continue reading

Posted in Day to Day Trips, Stupid America | 5 Comments

Generalíssimo Francisco Franco Watch

Since nothing in life is permanent I guess he’s not.

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