Don't you know that it is a lot easier to be sanctimonious about things that we can hardly affect instead of those that we can....
Rob,As you're usually interested in issues religious, I thought you might be interested in Kate's latest foray into the concerns of the moronically superstitious.http://www.smalldeadanimals.com/archives/012172.html
I am giving a chance to the cesspool inhabitants at this blog to cry a river of crocodile tears.There - now say a big THANK YOU because I let you be the hypocrites that you are.
thanks so much for popping in to deliver the non sequitur there, eternally extinct one.
Just when you think the stupid can't get any stupider ...
"Sarah Maria Nooners."Eh? Eh?
She's not all bad. She referred to me at my place, quite accurately I believe, as the "All Knowing One."
"Sarah Maria Nooners."vonnegut ref?KEvron
CC = "Blogging Tory Maria S Nunes weeps crocodile tears [...]"Dodo = "I am giving a chance to the cesspool inhabitants at this blog to cry a river of crocodile tears."Seriously? Your one post in this blog and the most original quip you can come up with was the exact same one used against you?Can you - I don't know - at least try to write something substantial next time? I know you're used to transcribing Right wing talking points, but you don't have to start transcribing our wit, especially when you don't understand it.(Dodo: "Why don't YOU try to write something substantial! Nyah nyah!")
There should be a re-naming contest for that anti-intellectual non-sequitur-powered black hole of ignorance.I imagine that Dodo's iPod contains a steady beat of "Left, right, left, right, left ..." Although I don't know whether it would remind her to breathe.
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