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Thou Shalt Sort Of

On January 4, 2011 By

Thou shalt not kill.

This is from the Holy Bible. It’s one of the ten commandments allegedly given to the prophet, Moses, straight from God. It doesn’t say:

Thou shalt not kill. Well, unless it’s for your country. Oh, or if you’re hungry.

God, not being Schizophrenic, kept it simple, as I can only imagine […]

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Search Limits

On February 1, 2010 By

I was trying to think of a Google query I could make that wouldn’t result in porn:

“the holy bible king james version”

As funny and ironic as BiblePorn™ is, this exercise is disheartening on a few different levels:

a) Level of ease.

When I was a kid, I had to actually go outside and […]

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One Dream. So Little Time.

On January 19, 2010 By

1963 was before my time, and I had only heard excerpts over the years, so today I decided to watch Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famed “I Have A Dream” speech in its entirety.

One very obvious and notable aspect to this particular Martin Luther King Day is President Barack Obama. During the decade […]

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The Devil Schools Pat Robertson

On January 17, 2010 By

For those of you who unfamiliar with the popular Christian televangelist’s latest drama, he recently stated that the earthquake in Haiti was the result of a “pact to the devil,” made sometime in the not-so-distant past.

The famed mythological figure, Satan, himself, commented via the Minneapolis Star-Tribune on Thursday:

Dear Pat Robertson,

I know that […]

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