Monday, June 25, 2012


I know that I am usually making fun of stupid neocons(and I love it btw). But I will always take the time also to kick extreme liberals when they are down too.  Now this involves PETA. I think this is the dumbest think ever.Why is that nutcases have to go to the extreme? The are the same nutcases who throw paint at fur wearers.  Peta wants ti use the 13th amendment (That abolished slavery) to sue Seaworld and free the Killer Whales. How stupid and crazy is that ?

Thursday, June 07, 2012


This is a very important article to read. Now this is only for open minded scientific individuals. If you are a birther or a Fox news watcher or extreme right winger, then you will hate this article and it will only confuse you, so don't read it !

Friday, June 01, 2012


 Guess which party he belonged to ?


A snake-handling Pentecostal who witnessed his father die in a similar fashion, died Sunday after he was bitten by a poisonous snake he had owned for years.  "Mack" Wolford, 44, was reportedly one of the few pastors who openly shared his beliefs about Christians being commanded by Jesus in the Bible to take up serpents without fear of death.

To sane people, that means, "This book is, at best, some parable that's not to be talken seriously." To the religiously insane, it's a How-To book on getting to Heaven.
Wolford, pastor of House of the Lord Jesus in Matoaka, W. Va., died at a relative's home May 27 after he sat down next to a yellow timber rattlesnake and was bitten in the thigh during an afternoon service.

The service soon came to a halt and Wolford was taken to his relative's home to recover from the poisonous bite -- a common occurrence for the charismatic Christian who grew up with a father who also preached snake-handling during his ministry. Wolford died about 10 p.m.

The pastor, noted for his enthusiasm for sharing his belief that Jesus calls on his followers in passages like Mark 16:17-18 to handle snakes, was officially declared dead Monday at Bluefield Medical Center. It appears that no one aware of Wolford's condition had called emergency services for help.

Well you can't call for help because that's calling God's book a liar.
Can't have that.