17 Dec 2007


I once visited Salon, Pandagon, Media Matters, Crooks and Liars, Curve, and others.  Recently, it's just been “Pam's House Blend,” which I've used both badly and well as a diversion from the work that's always dogging me.  I admire Pam and many others here.  The reason that Pam's House Blend is last on my

12 Dec 2007

Does God have nostrils?

The Bible says that we're made in God's image.  Let's assume that the Bible is the inerrant word of God (I don't believe this, but many people do, and assuming this floats my coming considerations.).  If the Bible is the inerrant word of God and if we're made in God's

10 Dec 2007

The Perpetual Burden of Bush

I've been telling folks for years that we'll literally pay for Bush (and Bush-voters) for decades.  Here's someone who agrees:  http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/features/2007/12/bush200712

07 Dec 2007

The Gold Crucifix

I just went to the mall and saw a kiosk that sold “Christian Jewelry.”  The jewelry was made of silver and gold.  “That's an oxymoron,” I thought. And it is.  How can one adorn oneself with gold and silver and do so in the name of the Christ?  The Christ rejected Satan's

02 Dec 2007

Hillary Clinton’s Crotch

Considering the fundies'/cons' obsession with Clinton crotches and their whispering that Hillary might be gay, that makes Hillary's crotch their wettest of dreams, for her crotch could be both a gay crotch AND a Clinton crotch.  Egads.  It'll be their perfect crotch!  They won't be able to tie their shoes or brush

25 Nov 2007

Vietnam, Iraq I, Iraq II, and the History Channel

We lost in Vietnam. We won so cleanly in Iraq I; all those nifty bombs raining on buildings and a mere 148 U.S. deaths. Replays of those laser bombs hitting their targets were popular on the History Channel for years, but hey, hey, hey, where are those replays now? Iraq II is better named

15 Nov 2007

My first diary entry!

I recently read a Rolling Stone article about the prognostications of Dr. James Lovelock, the Gaia Hypothesis guy.  He thinks that 6 billion of us will die in this century due to global warming's droughts, famines, and floods, reducing the human global population to .5 billion.  Lovelock says that the Sahara will spread