American Samizdat

Saturday, September 29, 2007. *
A sample of what appeared in OVO blog this month:
  • Cartoons, Two Responses: "Islam, like all of us, has two choices."
  • Child Rape Yes, Magic Cookie No: Communion denied Senator Kerry on orders of Cardinal who confimed the Crimine Soliciaciones.
  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (The Mormons): "Learn more about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints than most LDS members know."
  • Dr. Condoleezza Rice: "Could it be that Dr. Rice is okay with people of non-traditional sexuality?"
  • Evolution and Those Who Prefer Not to Evolve: "This atheist hopes to see you down here in the foxholes soon, tovarish."
  • FEMA Funding Clergy to Quell Unrest: "Should United States clergy go along with martial law they will be doing God's work."
  • For Religious Purposes: "If keeping an amputated body part is legal as long as it is for religious purposes, would a court forbid an atheist from owning his or her amputated body parts? What about someone keeping their amputated body part for aesthetic reasons?"
  • Happy Birthday Anne Gaylor: "Nothing fails like prayer."
  • I Am Going to Murder Christians On Sight: "Nobody ever really said the above."
  • Jesus is a Busy Fellow: "Jesus had time to tell Focus on the Family to give Jimmy Buffet's new album a bad review, but not enough time to focus on the families being killed in Iraq"
  • Kill 'Em All, Let God Sort 'Em Out: "How awesome that magic spells are going to take care of the vets that Bush isn't going to take care of!"
  • Metzizah B'peh: "the practice of adult men sucking blood from the mutilated genitals of infant boys."
  • O ye who believe: "It seems that the invisible monster that lives in the sky is fed by blood and deceit."
  • Oh, But He's Not a Real Christian: "There is a basic problem with the logic of saying that he's not a real Christian because real Christians do not behave in that way."
  • Olympic Security: "How many articles have you seen on the real history of religious terrorism at the Olympics?"
  • Outing: "When a person has a private habit that harms/benefits only themselves and those who make informed decisions to be involved, it's just plain nobody else's business."
  • Paul Crouch: "Paul Crouch is a good Christian man. He is one of the multi-millionaires behind TBN."
  • Paying the Piper: "First, get the votes (such votes as not generated by rigged machines, that is)."
  • Preserving Our National Heritage: "The bill, which was passed 247-173, would prohibit federal courts, including the Supreme Court, from hearing cases involving the Ten Commandments and would prevent federal courts from preparing, serving or consuming lamb prepared with the milk of it's mother."
  • President Bush Violates Executive Order 12333 2.11 and 2.12: "Just in case all the other arguments for the impeachment and war crimes trial of President Bush fail, here's another one."
  • Prudishness: "Three people cost Fox $1.2 million."
  • Rescuing Values from Christianity: "We can start with a reminder that whatever a person holds as a moral value, they hold it because it is true."
  • Satanic Ritual Abuse: "Between the Christian panic over Dungeons and Dragons and the Christian panic over the Internet came the Christian panic of 'satanic ritual abuse.'"
  • Twenty Recommended Art Links: books and paper, old art, random art.
  • U. S. Senator David Vitter: "I guess the voters of Louisiana haven't learned anything yet about Sen. Vitter."
  • Unit Bias as a Stressor for Media Piracy: "People with a sense of unit bias need to fill their ipods but the means to do so legally are not as readily available as the means to do so illegally."
  • We Don't Try to Do Illegal Things: "What do you do when you get caught with your hand in the cookie jar?"
  • What We're Up Against: "Sixty percent of those asked believed that the story of Noah and the ark literally occurred word for word as described in the Bible."
  • Who to Believe?: "What makes secular bodies superior to religious bodies is that they can freely admit error and change for the better."
As well as an original piece by the late Kerry Wendell Thornley titled Saint Distaff's Day.
posted by Trevor at 8:24 AM
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