Category Archives: Religion
Hopefully this is the closest I will ever come to having this type of footage available online. My book, Sex in the Name of God, is complete and available for purchase.
After looking into some options, I felt an explainer video was needed. People need to understand this book covers real bible passages in a humorous fashion, because scripture is often ridiculous when it comes to the subject of sex and human relations.
Off to a cheapo website I went looking for entrepreneurs. After contacting a few folks who said, oh hell no, I posted an inquiry. Out of the responses, I purchased several, knowing full well my money might go down the toilet.
I didn’t know Jim Carrey was a painter.
He is in hot water, for what I’m not quite sure. He made a beautiful woman unbeautiful, and he used the word, “Christian.” Both are big no-no’s in today’s hypocritical America.
Jim Carrey painted Press Secretary Sarah Sanders as an unattractive woman, a #metoo shame for sure, but any and all political caricatures are unflattering. He seemed genuinely offended with his comments calling her a “so-called Christian whose only purpose in life is to lie for the wicked.” She or her acts were deemed, “Monstrous!”
I read A Brief History of Time many years ago and loved it. Making physics make sense to the layperson isn’t easy, and it was a fascinating read.
After his passing, I very much enjoyed the tidbit on Stephen Hawking and paradoxes by Michael Guillen.
This amazing scientist certainly was a paradox. He lived most of his life with a severe disability, was incredibly smart, but he was also famous for being smart.
What is very remarkable about Hawking was his celebrity-type status. I have seen footage of him scooting around in his wheelchair with throngs of paparazzi. You just don’t see that outside of celebrities and politicians. We’re talking Michael Jackson and Lady Diana crowds.
Roy Moore, politician and creepy-ass cracker, has been accused of diddling with a teen girl when he was in his thirties. Numerous other people have come forward to state that Moore was known for trolling teens at malls, as well as elsewhere.
Roy is now facing a lawsuit from one of his accusers. He is embarrassed about the toll this has taken on his family. Yes, it’s embarrassing to be you.
Perhaps Mr. Moore learned his poor pickup techniques in church because in an effort to distract, he is spouting off religious overtones against others he feels are bringing down our nation, specifically lesbians, gays and transgenders.
Joy Behar of The View is in hot water for mocking Mike Pence about hearing from Jesus.
The entire fuss started with Omarosa, famed Celebrity Apprentice contestant and former White House staffer who seemed deathly afraid of Mike Pence’s strong religious beliefs. If he believes Jesus is telling him to say things, yeah, that scares me, too.
Joy took this information and declared that it is okay to talk to Jesus, but if one hears back he is mentally ill. Not an unsound argument.
Atheists such as myself would further argue one is not dealing with a full deck of cards if one speaks to a dead dude on a daily basis.
Regarding the Hawaiian missile false alarm, we mainlanders can’t appreciate the scare these people went thru. Imagine receiving texts not only from the government but then family and loves ones regarding an incoming death threat.
Porn abort. The sky is falling. You can run around like a chicken with its head cut off, but it’s time to stop choking the chicken. #Timesup for real.
Thank goodness said panic attack was all for naught. Hawaiians, as the rest of us would, took in a deep breath, exhaled a huge sigh of relief, and returned to porn.
This is a very blind and sick faith. But that’s okay; vitamins are available.
I’m sure many scientologists are popping handfuls after crossing Leah Remini. Her series on this “religion”, meaning cult, is quite fascinating and she is a hard pill to swallow. Don’t mess with Brooklyn.
Pretty much everything Scientologists have been using to keep their members in line is backfiring against them.
Bullying people, name calling, taking video to intimidate ex-members. Not panning out. Youtubers see creepy people with creepy smirks saying creepy things to their victims. Straight up stalking and harassment.
The stages of grief: Anger, denial, bargaining, depression and acceptance.
I want to lash out in anger, but where?
I’m angry about people politicizing the issue. Democrats are blaming Republicans and making unbelievably incendiary comments that are painfully hypocritical. I could go on and on and make some great points specifically to the likes of Hayley Geftman-Gold who is now fired. But I really have one thing to say, because I’m angry.
F**k you and your kind.
I am also angry with the insane shooter. I want revenge and justice, both of which can’t be found with a dead guy.
Scientology is all kinds of weird. It is based on a lying, wife-beating, mad-man’s sci-fi delusions of grandeur. We’re talking L. Ron Hubbard and Dianetics. Watch the movie Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief. If you are interested in expelling aliens from your body, or if you would like pictures of Tom Cruise all around your home to worship as if he were the Supreme Leader of North Korea, then this is the cult for you.
Scientology claims they are a religion. They fought and won religious exemption status from the IRS by filing thousands of lawsuits. Yes, they actually took on the IRS and won. In return, as promised, the lawsuits were withdrawn.
I can’t even believe what is happening in England on so many levels.
If these terrorist attacks continue, the anti-Muslim sentiment will far outweigh the cries of those who claim all are welcome in the name of religious freedom and religious tolerance. I hate to mention the name Trump, but in light of recent events, I can’t say the travel ban isn’t uncalled for. We may soon see the United Kingdom enact a travel ban even more encompassing, which would actually be welcomed by its citizenry.