The driver of this Toyota Avalon really pulled a fast one on the old man upstairs! This man wagered...wisely. Also, disregard the Flyin' Hawaiian on my dash. She serves as a constant reminder of my white privilege. Speaking of cars facts, I guarantee you this guy insists on driving a stick: And finally, this man... Continue Reading →
Happy Easter/Passover everyone! This week, we take a moment to remember a final supper, a betrayal, and a beard (and the man beneath it) that rose from the ashes postmortem (how's my Latin? Do I need to go back to the Roman Catholic Church and do some boning up?). I'm not quite sure how JC... Continue Reading →
But first. Read a good one today: Two jews find out that Hitler walks past a certain alley every morning at 8am. So they decide to wait in the alley and kill Hitler and save the world. They get to this alley at 5am and wait...6am...they wait. 7am...they wait. 8am...still no Hitler. So they decide... Continue Reading →
Some of you may be familiar. Some of you may not. The following is taken from "Is There a God?" by Bertrand Russell (commissioned by, but never published in, Illustrated Magazine, in 1952). "Many orthodox people speak as though it were the business of sceptics to disprove received dogmas rather than of dogmatists to prove... Continue Reading →
Take this, all of you, and eat of it, for this is His Body, which will be given up for you... Take this, all of you, and drink from it, for this is the offering of His Meat, the Meat of the new and eternal covenant which will be pulled out for you and for... Continue Reading →
And I had the opportunity to escape and jump into those sweater puppets, I'd probably stick to the cross too. Talk about having a tough time weighing your options...
Wait a minute. This is just a crude rehash of the Wall Street Journal's Money & Investing and Opinion sections.
This is too good. Among the lesser evils, including deceit, hypocrisy, logical fallacy, truthiness, and willful ignorance lies (very much pun intended) creationism. What better way to kick off the list than with the invisible man in the sky! Plenary indulgences can be recognized with a simple donation of $5. Donors providing recurring payments will be offered... Continue Reading →