Archive for March, 2010

Two Religious Videos

Monday, March 29th, 2010

Jeff Eyges alerted me to the first video below. The second one is by the same people. They’re worth a few minutes of your time. The Holy Gospel of the Easter Bunny (YouTube page is here) Ultimate Praying Championship (YouTube page is here)

We Are Not Ashamed

Thursday, March 25th, 2010

You’ve probably heard by now that Bing McGhandi over at Happy Jihad’s House of Pancakes has started the I-Am-Who-Am Is Ashamed of Your Slogan Campaign. It started when he discovered that Asses in Genesis has a new slogan (pictured above). It says they are not ashamed to stand on the Bible. Since these people are […]

Permission Slipped

Thursday, March 25th, 2010

My cousin alerted me to an article by an Aussie named David Thorne. It’s actually an email exchange (that presumably happened, but you never really know on the internet, do you?) between Mr. Thorne and the “Christian Volunteer” at his son’s school. The first email says: Dear Darryl, I have received your permission slip featuring […]

Why Couldn’t He Have Taken a Three-Day Rest?

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

Our seven-day week seems to be based on the Genesis myth. Our five-day work week is the result of the labor movement. Clearly, unions are more powerful than God. However, starting primarily with the Reagan administration, labor unions are being destroyed in this country. I guess Republicans think they’re more powerful than unions. Using the […]

Red Baiting

Friday, March 12th, 2010

(Image from The Propaganda Remix Project) The liberal 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled yesterday that “Under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance is not a government endorsement of religion, even though not all religions believe in God and many Americans are not religious. The dissenting judge understood what’s really going on here, even if […]

A Fast Threesome

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

(Image from 9Gag) I have three quick notes worth mentioning this morning. Note 1: Oops! I found this amusing inconsistency over at Futility Closet: In The City of God, Augustine raises a curious question: How did Methuselah survive the flood? According to the Septuagint, the patriarch was 355 years old when Noah was born, and […]

Activist Judge Injects Religion into Classroom

Friday, March 5th, 2010

Just look at these monstrosities: They’re obscene! They are very clear violations of the Establishment Clause. They don’t belong in a classroom. Thanks to an activist judge appointed by George W Bush and rubber-stamped by the Republican Senate in 2004, a San Diego school teacher now has the right to impose his religious views upon […]