@JoeMyGod sings the hits

To any gay person who supports GOProud, the Republican party and/or Rick Santorum, JMG says:

That’s right, kids. GOProud says that the man who wants to make your literal existence illegal would be a better president than Barack Obama. The man who says you’re mentally ill, a hellbound pervert, a compulsive pedophile, HE is better than Barack Obama. If fact, according to GOProud, any of the GOP candidates, all of whom would destroy the marriage the Chris Barron currently enjoys thanks to the “gaystapo,” would be better than the most pro-gay president in history.

To see why Joe wrote this, go here.

Coffee with Jesus

Jesus and a woman are talking about the end times. The woman says that the Mayans predicted this year. Jesus says they ran out of room on their calendar and to enjoy life. The woman says, so maybe we should just live each day as if it were our last? And Jesus says, “If you knew today was your last, you’d be curled up in the fetal position with a bottle of whiskey, crying and babbling. So no. Just live. 

Found on Facebook.

And Jude wins the 300K contest!

I just received the screen capture above from Jude.

He’s the lucky winner of the 300,000th hit award … erhm, the 300,184th hit award!

For a while there I was thinking I would to change the contest to the 300,185th hit award.

Phew. Crises averted.

Jude will have to choose from his very own copy of “Jubei Ninpucho” or an image of mine framed and delivered to his doorstep.

Damn, I didn’t think a foreigner would win. Now I have to pay international postage rates to get the prize out.

Where were you Americans during this one!?!

Scientists find tulip-like fossil that God wanted to hide from everyone until 2012

Or maybe scientists found a tulip-like fossil that Satan buried to confuse people to accepting an old Earth theory.

That crafty Satan and his fossil hiding.

Whatever the case, check out this awesome discovery.

A bizarre creature that lived in the ocean more than 500 million years ago has emerged from the famous Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale in the Canadian Rockies

Officially named Siphusauctum gregarium, fossils reveal a tulip-shaped creature that is about the length of a dinner knife (approximately 20 centimetres or eight inches) and has a unique filter feeding system.

Siphusauctum has a long stem, with a calyx – a bulbous cup-like structure – near the top which encloses an unusual filter feeding system and a gut. The animal is thought to have fed by filtering particles from water actively pumped into its calyx through small holes. The stem ends with a small disc which anchored the animal to the seafloor. Siphusauctum lived in large clusters, as indicated by slabs containing over 65 individual specimens.