Monthly Archive:: September 2006
The gentle lamb of Jesus that brought us the Anti-Atheist Documentary now brings us the Atheist Holocaust (warning: obnoxiously loud music & indecipherable speech) on Blip. Omer and Pasha would like to see Christian Nazism return so that we inferior atheists can be tossed in the ovens. Screenshots:
Several days ago an anonomous person released an clip from a performance given by Kinky Friedman a little over 26 years ago. The clip has Kinky making a reference to white Houstonians drowning bowling balls at sea under the impression they were nigger eggs. Anybody who’s anybody here in Texas politics is screaming like stuck
Chris Bell, the Democratic runner for governor here in Texas, has made a bold move. One so bold you are not going to believe it. He’s wearing his Christianity on his sleeve. Can you imagine the balls it takes to make unspecific statments about what an alleged god would or would not support in a
Are god(s) mocking liberals running liberal theists into clutches of the Republicans? That appears to the point of a post by Olvlzl, You Don’t Have To Believe It…. Well, excuse my hostility, but Olvlzl and alleged liberals like him are blithering cowards who have the backbones of the common slug. Contrary to what Olzlvl may
Sixty-eight members of the Pakastini Parliament are threatening to walkout if Pakistan enacts the Criminal Law Amendment for Protection of Women. Why are they so pissed off that they’d quit their jobs? The new laws (link) drop the requirement that a Muslim woman must produce four “pious” male witnesses should her attacker deny her charges.
Back in June the Secular Coalition alerted us to the Public Expression of Religion Act (PERA) which will effectively shut down all attempts to uphold the Establishment Clause by making it too expensive to bring such suits by barring the collection of fees and costs. Now it seems that PERA is coming out of commitee
I found a link over at Unscrewing the Inscrutable and I thought I would share. It’s called The Rapture is at Hand and it’s done in the style of those books where you pick the path the main character takes. I’ve played it through twice. The first time I ended up on my own Caribbean