Out of almost 3,500 career Café Witteveen posts, let it be known that I have NEVER posted from Perez Hilton, the queen of Internet gossip.
Tina sent me a post that I had to reblog here.
I couldn’t agree more that the multi-faced Christian douchebaggery on this one is hands-down typical of the “Christian stereotype”. Way to go Young Women’s Christian Organization. You have successfully perpetuated a stereotype!
Keep up the great work.
How interesting. Hmm. It’s funny how some people in the Christian community believe that homosexuality is a sin, but they’re more than willing to forgive infidelity. We seem to remember that’s against some set of 10 rules or something. Can’t really remember…
Anyway, point is Traci Nobles, the Christian cheerleading coach who carried on a sexual email exchange with Rep. Anthony Weiner, is keeping her job at The Young Women’s Christian Organization. She’ll actually be teaching a class at the center’s summer program and when contacted about her employment, a rep from the YWCO would only say:
“Traci does still work for us, but as a matter of professional courtesy we do not discuss personnel issues.”
Fair enough. Still, we can’t help but wonder how much longer she’ll stay employed there. We imagine that there will be more than few complaints from parents who don’t want their daughters learning cartwheels from a mistress, even if she was just an “online” mistress!
What do U think? Should this woman get canned for her indiscretions or should she be left alone?
[Image via Facebook.]
Damon Thompson preaches that a woman who committed a crime became a Christian and it changed her DNA to not match the DNA she had when she committed the crime.
The moral of the story is, commit a heinous crime as a non-believer and then convert. You may get caught, but your DNA won’t match the scene of the crime and you’ll get off Scot “Damon Thompson” Free.
That’s all you need to know.
Audio book read by Samuel L. Jackson of the children’s book Go the F**k to Sleep, by Adam Mansbach, with illustrations by Ricardo Cortés. Enjoy.
Keep in mind that it’s 2011.
Activists in Kentucky are planning a peaceful response after two gay men with developmental and intellectual disabilities were kicked out of a public pool.
A maintenance technician reportedly cited the Bible while telling the two men they couldn’t swim at The Pavilion, a government-funded recreational facility in Hazard, Kentucky.
“We own this place and can tell you to leave if we want to,” the couple was told, according to the Kentucky Equality Foundation.
“The Pavilion staff immediately entered the pool area and asked my clients and their staff to leave the Pavilion,” Mending Hearts Executive Director Shirlyn Perkins recalled. “My staff asked The Pavilion staff why they were being asked to leave, and they were informed that ‘gay people’ weren’t allowed to swim there.“
We don’t hate the sinner. We hate the sin. And it’s sinful to share water with gay people.
If this is “love,” keep it far from me.
We should rename Jude, “The Pimp.” He pimps his pups like they’re hookers on North Avenue (the rough equivalent of our red light district).
Here’s another couple shots of Sam and Anna. And if you’re curious which one is which, Anna is the purple one with green polkadots and Sam has the florescent tubing and glistening sparkles on his eyes and butthole.
Here’s a previous Wednesdog post on Sam and Anna. And while I’m at it, make sure you celebrate hump day right with a good ol’ frolicking in the hay with your loved ones. You could invite your pets in the room to watch, but keep the sex between you and the humans … you hedonistic crazies.
World Net Daily, the same publication that used this blog to show dissent for Carl Werner’s coloring books that opposes evolution, says that liberals are mentally ill.
The subhead says, “‘Strikingly irrational beliefs and emotions’ cited by veteran forensic psychiatrist.”
“Strikingly irrational beliefs.”
I love when it’s obvious that rightists use the same language we science-loving liberals use in reverse.
“Strikingly irrational beliefs.”
Sitting on the religious right and telling the world they must talk to the creator of the universe through thought expression … that’s rational.
Hoping to give fair and equal treatment to people of all walks of life … irrational pipe dreams.
Check out this great quote from the article:
“Based on strikingly irrational beliefs and emotions, modern liberals relentlessly undermine the most important principles on which our freedoms were founded,” says Rossiter. “Like spoiled, angry children, they rebel against the normal responsibilities of adulthood and demand that a parental government meet their needs from cradle to grave.”
As opposed to the spoiled, angry children that rightists claim they are (children of god). They constantly murmur prayers trying to escape personal and Jesus-mandated calls to action to help those in need.
The black pot speaks volumes.
Isn’t it odd that the “article” reads more like a advert?
In other — more important news — Ben & Jerry’s might release a new ice cream flavor called, “Schweddy Balls” inspired by the SNL skit from yesteryear.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie tells Piers Morgan his thoughts on gay marriage and whether homosexuality is a sin.
Via Joe My God
Pulp Fiction … all the fat is removed and only the juicy meat remains … aka this is only the “bad” words from Pulp Fiction:
Derek Ogilvie says he can read the minds of infants who are too young to communicate verbally. Now he agrees to undergo a series of controlled experiments to test the limits of his alleged abilities. He even faces the ultimate sceptic in the form of James Randi, an investigator of the paranormal who has offered $1million to anyone who can provide evidence of the supernatural.