Archive for July, 2010

Gay Yet?

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

(Image from Myrtle Beach Remembered) Surely you must be gay by now. After all, the homosexuals have been promoting their agenda and shoving their lifestyle down your throat for several decades now. If the conversion hasn’t stuck yet, well then, I guess it never will! I was reminded of this agenda by seeing an article […]


Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateapokaiwhenuakitanatahu in New Zealand I’m sure you’ve heard the word “antidisestablishmentarianism” at some point in your life. It’s allegedly the longest word in the English language. This Wikipedia article tells us there are longer words, but they don’t count. I remember looking up the definition years ago and not really getting it. I looked it […]

Perception is Reality

Monday, July 19th, 2010

Via Dogwood Tales, I came across I-Spot Annoying Fanboys. It’s a “humorous” look at the people you know who are a little too deep into their lifestyle choices. I put “humorous” in quotation marks only because it’s quite uneven. Some jokes work; others miss completely. They’re equally spotty on their facts. They do make some […]

What’s Brazil’s Problem?

Sunday, July 18th, 2010

PZ recently did a post on camel sex. That led me to discover Google Insight. I was curious who is the most concerned about fundies, so I typed that in. I was expecting the U.S. to be at the top of the list, since we have the biggest problem. Nope. We’re a distant second: Brazil? […]

This is Why, STOOPID!

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

I received an email from the “Family” Research Council (and “Family” is probably an accurate description). The email states: When the North Carolina legislature asked Ron Baity to serve as a guest chaplain at the state house, the pastor of Berean Baptist Church said it was an honor. What he didn’t know was how short-lived […]

Kevin Wirth Is Like a Piece of Old Farm Equipment

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

Kevin Wirth When I was growing up, I spent some of my summers on my grandfather’s farm in South Dakota. It was a fantastic place to run around, although my mother was convinced I’d get maimed. She was always telling me horror stories about how dangerous a farm is. Allegedly one of her cousins or […]