28 October 2007

Link roundup for 28 October 2007

For a religion which believes that its priests' mumbo-jumbo can transform wine and crackers into the blood and body of God, I suppose declaring a giant rat to be a fish is no big deal.

This ad from 1963 celebrates "the making of a man".

Of course the giant fires in southern California were caused by homosexuality. I mean, it's so obvious. Nothing to do with global warming. No sirree.

Forward-looking Muslim leaders have written a guidebook for practicing Islam in outer space. So if you've ever wondered what would be the correct technique for stoning women or beheading unbelievers in zero gravity, there's now an authoritative source.

This posting makes an interesting point about the idea that man was created in God's image.

Wiccans open a school in a small Illinois town -- and are greeted with a hysterical paroxysm of bigotry.

Laws against abortion do not reduce the number of abortions -- they just make them more dangerous. There's only one thing that actually reduces the number of abortions, and the anti-abortion movement is against it.

Well, this woman won't be smoking marijuana any more. I hope the prohibitionists are satisfied.

John C. Bogle, founder of the Vanguard Group (thus certainly no socialist agitator or ivory-tower academic) warns that the US economy is becoming dysfunctional, giving the greatest rewards to those who merely move wealth around rather than creating it.

Know the enemy -- an Australian view.

Is the Iran crisis coming to a head? Read this too.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Chell said...

On your link to the Witch School article, "Kurka encouraged the crowd to try to convert the Wiccans rather than drive them away"

And this sort of harassment is being encouraged why? Do you hear of any Witches trying to convert Christians? Christians think that if they're not allowed to harass or infringe on the rights of others they are being persecuted somehow.

"We don't want them to go in there and get potions to put hexes on their friends"

ROFLMAO! Sometimes ignorance is funny. Dangerous, but funny.

28 October, 2007 11:10  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

I bet these doofuses actually do think that the Witch School's parking lot will be full of brooms.....

28 October, 2007 11:49  

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