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Saturday, January 13, 2007

Pretty Impressive

-In the beginning I was a bit skeptical; I sure was mistaken.

Captain Obvious

-Another side item that I found funny about this picture is that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is just as primitive as a gorilla is; I wonder if that was intentional. Either way it's still a great cartoon.


-Going off on a tangent, I would like to take this state that this is my 100th post since I started this blog off a little more than a year ago. I want to thank the entire rational blogging community, chiefly Gus Van Horn. There is so much great reading to do and because of that I haven't been bored in over a year. Thank you all.

The Curtain Has Been Lifted

-If you're curious about placing a face on the writings of this blog, well you're in luck, check out the profile.


Free Speech Vs. CAIR

-I found this article while looking into Joe Kaufman's website. It finally looks like some people are starting to get it.
The stated goal of the Islamic faith is to kill us, the ‘infidels,’ Mary Ann Hogan wrote. She penned the note to criticize the county for using personnel and equipment to assist a recent Ramadan festival at a local mosque.[Source:]

-Have a look-see at the "logical" comparison Ahmed Bedier, the executive director of the Tampa Chapter of the Council for American-Islamic Relations of CAIR*, makes concerning Catholicism and Islam:
Brown-Waite recalled in the letter that Bedier had told her, “Catholic priests pose more of a terrorism threat by having sex with young altar boys than those who flew planes into the World Trade Center.”[Source:]

-Coming from CAIR, or Muslims rather, this wild analogy doesn't suprise me in the least. Consider another valid point made by Brown-Waite:
At that meeting, Brown-Waite claims that Bedier and CAIR were seeking a member of Congress sympathetic to their views. She was not that person, she said, because “neither I, nor my constituents, felt that the American Muslims or CAIR had adequately disavowed past terrorist acts.”[Source:]

-Good, because they haven't and they never will. I'm glad to see that no one gave into the mob-like pressure CAIR tried to put on them.

*Which is less than a mile from where I currently live.

Friday, January 12, 2007


-I'm starting to love these spoofs on those irritating motivational posters that every office in America seems to have.

-That's good, especially for my mindset. Check more out at

Due Time

-It's about time someone stands up to CAIR. Notice the defender's inability to condemn those terrorist organizations. I wonder why.


Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Existentialism Is A Close Cousin Of Retardation

- I have to get this out of my system now. I have to take existentialism for a philosophy minor and I already hate it. Here's what my book for the class looks like:

-I couldn't have thought of a better picture for the cover of an existentialism book if I tried! The pier above doesn't connect to land much like how the philosophy itself doesn't have any ties to reality. The useless pier in the picture above is just as pointless as the philosophy itself.

Tuesday, January 09, 2007

North Korea Is A Dump

Hahaha. It's a little late, but wow.


Monday, January 08, 2007


-My first day of classes for the semester started today. I am in disbelief at how blantantly foolish two of my professors are.
  1. My first class of the day is "Modern European History" and my professor had the cajones to say that "There is nothing objective about history, everything is open for interpretation." While I was in class I began to wonder if 9/11 really happened; I finally wound up concluding that 9/11 didn't occur because I interpreted it that way.
  2. This next instance should be more shocking than my previous experience. At 2:00 I started an "Introduction To Formal Logic", where the professor was, to say the least, far from logical. He went on to spout something like "Logic has no real function in reality, etc." I wonder if he thinks the same thing when he goes home to type up his John Dewey (get it?) analysis on pragmatism using his computer which - **shockingly** - uses logic gates to function. He probably didn't.
-What my schedule holds for me tomorrow: Existentialism (oh yay!), American History and Ancient/Medieval History. I know for a fact that existentialism will be the worst class of all, I just hope that my American History professor is good because it's the one class (now that logic is clearly out of the picture) that really captivated my interest from the get-go.

Sunday, January 07, 2007

A Question For All

-Is it wrong for me to immediately think of affirmative action when I see this picture? I don't think so.