“Time To Get Rapture Ready”- Pope Honky Reports. (via Misplaced Grace)

As Pope Honky I, Your loving royal highness honky’s first order of business is to repost this post.

Ah, the puff of smoke is barely made it from the chimney and I can already feel the power surge through my KKK hat.

"Time To Get Rapture Ready"- Pope Honky Reports. Pope Honky I a.k.a. Jeremy of Cafe Witteveen reports that the rapture will begin in 2011, starting May 21st.  The rapture will begin in earnest with those of us Left Behind forced to wade through another grueling 5 months of recession and a Secret Muslim Presidency before the offici … Read More

via Misplaced Grace

Speaking of turning cheeks

At least 21 people have died in the Egyptian city of Alexandria when a bomb blew up outside a church.

The targets were Copts, who responded with fury to the overnight attack, marching on a nearby mosque, where they clashed with police.

Al Jazeera’s Ayman Moyheldin reports.

Thank god? Hell, thank George!

Misplaced Grace’s very own George W. complained that he missed some excellent conversations because I didn’t have a recent comments button.

He said, “Get with it, you idiot. Add a recent comments area or jump from a bridge, you moron!”

His words.

So I added a recent comments section in the widget area to the right. I put it closer to the bottom.

I’m being all indecisive. Should it be higher up? Should there be more than 10 comments listed? Do you want the avatars larger?

It won’t show more of the comments, so don’t bitch about that.

Weigh in and solve my indecision. Let me know what you think in the comments below … or jump off a bridge, you moron! (<—- George’s words).

War, war … what’s it good for?

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Sunday night, I had BookTV on in the background while I was cooking. There was an author talking about his book (surprise, surprise). I didn’t write down the author’s name, but he was answering questions about war history.

I assumed he was an expert. He used vocabulary like “grand,” “Brown Water Navy” and “I know more about war than everyone in this room, bitches.”

I hate war, but apparently it’s necessary. War allows me to write anything I want on this blog. It allows you to respond any way you want. And there’s a lot of other luxuries it affords you and me. Go figure.

If the leaders of disputing countries would only have a duel (leader versus leader) or a battle with the head honchos only, that would solve everything! Why send young men to do old men’s biddings? Let’s keep the war between the people having the conflict.

I mean, I don’t hire a group of men and women to fight Tina’s hired group of men and women when we argue. Why should world leaders get special treatment? It shows that more money equals spending more money. I can’t wait till I’m rich, and I can have my army win my domestic disputes.

Yes, yes, there are holes aplenty in my logic. Leave me be.

At one point, the author on BookTV answered a question about whether we would have used the A-Bomb on Germany if we had the chance. He answered that we didn’t know if the Asshole Bomb would work in the first place. The science wasn’t exactly clear, and dropping it on Japan was kind of a test.

Then I correlated science and war, and how without science, American strength would be in the toilet.

Then I thought, why in the world aren’t all these war-loving, gun-toting Tea Baggers in love with science? Excellent developments in science have brought us richer, craftier, killing-y-er weapons. Instead of dumbing their kids down in home schools, they should be paying through the nose to send them to high-end science and math institutions.

They should teach them to embrace all of science so that they can have kick-ass war technologies that make America the beautiful into a leathery-brown high-end weight lifter gloriously flexing her muscles on the world stage of awesome blossoms.

If anyone is leading America into a weak, penetrable land of puny-ness … it’s those science-hating Tea Baggers … who’s with me!

Don’t forget, Tea-baggers, you don’t have to turn your cheek every time. Just when you think Jesus isn’t looking.

Spend 1.5 Hours with an Amazing Mind

Douglas Adams was the best-selling
British author and satirist who created The Hitchhiker’s Guide to
the Galaxy. In this talk at UCSB recorded shortly before his death,
Adams shares hilarious accounts of some of the apparently absurd
lifestyles of the world’s creatures, and gleans from them
extraordinary perceptions about the future of humanity. Series:
Voices [5/2001] [Humanities] [Show ID: 5779]