Archive for August, 2007

My latest compilation

by @ Sunday, August 12th, 2007. Filed under Family Matters

A new record…with a caveat

by @ Wednesday, August 8th, 2007. Filed under Sports

So, Barry Bonds broke the home run record after hitting his 256th homer.  His entry into the record book should include an asterisk behind his name to indicate the caveat of “chemically enhanced”.

I’m not really surprised by this

by @ Wednesday, August 8th, 2007. Filed under Religion

On Saturday, I blogged about the state of Texas using the threat of punishment to force students to recognize God.  Since then, I have spoken with a number of people about it, and have actually managed to find one Christian who finds the concept appalling.
 Just one.
Even with all the people I talked to about this, I expected the number [...]

Interesting question

by @ Saturday, August 4th, 2007. Filed under Blogs

Scott Adams, author of Dilbert, cites a recent study and asks a very important question:  Would you trade 10 IQ points for a higher sex drive?
For me, of course, the answer would be no.  The last thing I need is a higher sex drive.

It’s a vagina, not a clown car

by @ Saturday, August 4th, 2007. Filed under Idiots

One of the things that contributes to the stereotype of southerners being uneducated hicks is the oftentimes mistaken belief that southerners have very large families.  For the most part, the stereotype is a load of bull, however….
Arkansas Couple Welcomes 17th Child
17 children?  How does one manage to support that many children?  Even more important, how [...]

One Theocracy Under God

by @ Saturday, August 4th, 2007. Filed under Theocratic Party

Once again, the theocrats running the state of Texas have tipped their hands to their true agenda.  Effective this coming school year, all students are required by law to recite the Texas Pledge of Allegiance with the words “one state under God”.  Students who refuse to acknowledge God will face administrative penalties unless the school [...]

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