I’m over at Our Big Gayborhood again today. Please go check out my latest post examining a case study of why gay marriage is still vitally important.
You Are a Banana
You are mellow, easy going, and a total softie on the inside.
People find it really easy to get along with you. You suit most tastes.
And while you’re very sweet, you’re not boring or ordinary.
You are spirited, energetic, and a total kick to be around.
Fundies Say the Darndest Things! might be my favorite new website ever. Maybe you all have seen it before, but Lee sent me a link to it today and I have been alternating between hysterical laughter and incredulous silence.
UMB thinks I have lost my ever loving mind.
Here are some highlights:
One of the most basic laws in the universe is the Second Law of Thermodynamics. This states that as time goes by, entropy in an environment will increase. Evolution argues differently against a law that is accepted EVERYWHERE BY EVERYONE. Evolution says that we started out simple, and over time became more complex. That just isn’t possible: UNLESS there is a giant outside source of energy supplying the Earth with huge amounts of energy. If there were such a source, scientists would certainly know about it. [emphasis added]
Uh, Hi. I’d like to direct your attention to that big bright yellow ball of fire in the sky. You must live in Seattle.
I am a bit troubled. I believe my son has a girlfriend, because she left a dirty magazine with men in it under his bed. My son is only 16 and I really don’t think he’s ready to date yet. What’s worse is that he’s sneaking some girl to his room behind my back. I need help, God! I want my son to stop being so secretive!
Umm… the jokes just write themselves for this one…*
There are a lot of things I have concluded to be wrong, without studying them in-depth. Evolution is one of them. The fact that I don’t know that much about it does not bother me in the least.
Of course it doesn’t.
I often debate with evolutionists because I believe that they are narrow mindedly and dogmatically accepting evolution without questioning it. I don’t really care how God did what He did. I know He did it.
Err. Someday writers will study this sentence as the perfect example of irony.
Make sure your answer uses Scripture, not logic.
So we’re agreed there is no logic in your answer?
The only solution we have to stop gays from recruiting other people is to cut off the source. They need to be taken to specialized containment centers where they will be forced to become straight and accept Jesus as thier savior and to repent from their disgusting, wicket, hatful, devilish ways. Those that refuse to go can either be forced, or banished from society in other specialized communities where they have no connetion to the outside world at all. Most would die of AIDS anyway. Anyone who refused any of the answers to make them better would have to be killed or banished.
Mmmm…. Gay containment centers… sounds like a circuit party to me. Better send a whole team of priests bearing martinis.
Everyone knows scientists insist on using complex terminology to make it harder for True Christians to refute their claims. Deoxyribonucleic Acid, for example… sounds impressive, right? But have you ever seen what happens if you put something in acid? It dissolves! If we had all this acid in our cells, we’d all dissolve! So much for the Theory of Evolution, Check MATE!
Perhaps my favorite quote on this page. I guess scientists should just learn to use smaller words, like DNA.
To say the Bible was written by men and may contain inaccuracies completely contradicts the word of the Bible.
You have to admit, the logic is sound. And circular.
To me, religion is evil. It is manmade and man-centered. I have a belief. A belief in My Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Thanks for making the distinction clear.
Aah, I can feel the hate mail generators firing up.
* One of the comments left on this one was hysterical:
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Well, it happened. I thought I was the only one with short term memory problems.
Well, since I won the challenge I get to pick the next topic, and I’m ineligible to win this round.
I’d like to invite you all to enter this challenge… even if you don’t have a blog (I’m looking at you, hellohahanarf, Lee, Sly, and Toby) you can enter… I’ll post them on my site here for you.
Oh yeah… you’ll want to know the topic:
You know how you can be driving along, just minding your own business and suddenly a song will come on the radio that transports you through space and time so clearly and throughly that you miss your exit or rear end the car in front of you?
Here’s your topic: What song transports you through space and time, and where do you go?
You know… I’ve been working really hard around here lately. So I’m taking a mini-day off and pointing all of you to Killer’s post in which he hopes to stir up a little controversy.
Maybe one of the kooks will grant his
Othurme posted the conclusion of NYE 2007. Click over and check it out.
Othurme posted part two of our NYE saga. Click over to check it out.
I could tell you, but then you probably wouldn’t click over to Othurme’s blog to read his version of the night.
And that would be a shame.
There are a lot of “Best of” lists going around, being that it’s the end of the year. I decided I wanted to do my own take on the “Best Of” genre and bring you some of my favorite posts, comments, pictures and moments of the year.
Best Most Frequent Commenters:
* hellohahanarf (335) – I still say she needs a blog.
* Avitable (193) – The Prince of Darkness
* Miss Britt (155) – Avitable’s guardian angel or bad influence? We may never know for sure.
* ginamonster (139) – Arts, Crafts, and Boobs. It’s a good thing.
* Killer (131) – The inspiration for “Balls of Doom.”
* heather (124) – She’s always got something fun to add to a conversation… usually about the characters she shares her house with.
* Branden (116) – He also needs a blog. And a clothing line.
* Crail (111) – He’s very punny.
* Toby (108) – My ex. Needs a blog, and to show up around here a little more often.
* Liz (93) – The keeper of Killer’s balls, and my southern fruit fly.
* othurme (86) – Sarcasm, Jerry be thy name.
* DutchBitch (69) – Adventures in Dutchyland.
* Bianca (57) – Adventures in Tulsa.
* danny (54) – Adventures in San Francisco
* Lee (53) – My blog-less sidekick. Every superhero needs one, ya know.
I reset the count so that you can all start fighting over the top spot again. Aren’t I sneaky?
Here are some of my favorite posts from the past year:
- A Dish Best Served Cold – In which I exact my revenge on an ex friend on her wedding day.
- Cat Haiku – The comments got outrageous.
- The Record Contract; Part XX: A Pinch of Insult – The last of the initial Record Contract Series featuring a great line by Pee Wee Herman. I plan to pick up this story where I left off soon.
- No Fatties Allowed – The post that sent a ripple throughout the gay blog clique.
- Faceoff: Killer and Liz – A balls-worthy version of The Newlywed Game.
- A Conversation with God – One of my occasional phone calls to the big guy.
- Yahoo! – How UMB and I met.
- Apoplectic – The first gay guy to receive a Flaming Fuck You award.
- Caption Me, The First – The one that started it all. You all remember it, right? The VERY NSFW sommelier.
- That’s So Gay – The most commented post on this site ever. An excellent example of someone blowing shit WAY out of proportion and digging themselves into a deep dark grave.
- There’s Gotta Be Mascara in Heaven – A tribute to Tammy Faye.
- Guest Post from Avitable: I’m Coming Out – Avitable as a gay man. In other words, business as usual.
- Would You Like Fries With That? – Freud, your slip is showing
- Be On The Lookout – The police force at their best.
- Jester Reads the News – Just what it sounds like.
- Money Mystery – A cat burglar strikes.
- No One Gets Me – A conversation with Lisa.
- Full Throttle Ahead to Alaska – Another conversation with Lisa.
- Adventures on BART – I’m hot, then not.
- A Conversation with My Mailman – It’s a gay, gay world.
Thanks everyone for a great year. Here’s wishing you a wonderful 2008. Stick around. I might say something interesting.*
* There are no refunds or returns available. I hope you understand.
The Japanese sure do make some interesting games. I imagine that this one should keep you busy for at least a little while. Maybe I’m dumb, but it took me approximately 2 hours to complete all the puzzles.
How quickly can you get through them? The goal is to find the star that is hidden in each panel.
If you get stuck, let me know. I can give you the solutions.