Thursday, April 12, 2007

I'll be gone all weekend, so...

I'm leaving Friday for Maryland for the weekend, but just in case I don't get to spew something inflammatory and blasphemous to piss of the fundies, I'd like to remind you all of a great web site filled with the fun things religion is opposed to! Head on over to Russell's Teapot if you want some laughs over the weekend... Here's one just for shits and giggles:



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4 comments:

Stew said...

Before I opened the cartoon and enlarged it, I read point 3 (Her immculate conception) as god saying "I swear I'll be sick"

I think that fits better

mom said...

hello jason! i am not going to comment on your comic strip thing since in my mind i turned it off like i would do on anything i don't care to hear or read. i am going to remark on the latest big news thing that is making me wonder why others can't turn off others remarks especially when these remarks are not the worse i ever heard (just listen for a bit at the words of some of the music that is out there) and i also wonder why these basketball playing girls don't have the self confidence they should have since they all seem to be so good at what they are doing and doing good in school? what is going to happen to them when they get out of college and face the real world with people that you face everyday that might not always say "nice" things to you?? we now have to stroke these egos because someone said something not nice? we take a man off the radio because they think this will fix the problem? i don't think so since ever since time began people said things and did things that are not nice. toughen up girls and get on with life and turn off the people that say things that are not nice. if i ever run into these girls that are supposed to be so smart out in the work world i don't think i want them working with me if there self confidence is so fragile. now i feel better that i got this out since i was yelling at the tv and my dog and cat did not know what to do with me. :) love and prayers

Jason Hughes said...

Stew: LOL!!! I like it! Of course, either one could have been saying that and it would have fit... :D

Mom: LOL... So how long will you be on this rampage? I swear I should just make you an author on this blog, and then you can write all your soap-box stuff with mine right on the front page! LOL! No one would ever see a short post again!! (We'd have to make sure you learn some basic capitalization and punctuation skills, though... :D) Love you! Thanks for watching Hawthorne this weekend!!!

mom said...

hello jason! i am not going to comment on your comic strip thing since in my mind i turned it off like i would do on anything i don't care to hear or read. i am going to remark on the latest big news thing that is making me wonder why others can't turn off others remarks especially when these remarks are not the worse i ever heard (just listen for a bit at the words of some of the music that is out there) and i also wonder why these basketball playing girls don't have the self confidence they should have since they all seem to be so good at what they are doing and doing good in school? what is going to happen to them when they get out of college and face the real world with people that you face everyday that might not always say "nice" things to you?? we now have to stroke these egos because someone said something not nice? we take a man off the radio because they think this will fix the problem? i don't think so since ever since time began people said things and did things that are not nice. toughen up girls and get on with life and turn off the people that say things that are not nice. if i ever run into these girls that are supposed to be so smart out in the work world i don't think i want them working with me if there self confidence is so fragile. now i feel better that i got this out since i was yelling at the tv and my dog and cat did not know what to do with me. :) love and prayers