Wednesday, December 21, 2005

The Girls of Riyadh

Well, My freaky darlings.. the table looks a little rusty but it looks like it will start turning soon. Freedom of all sorts will ring true in the heads of many cultures on this dirtball we fondly call Earth. I mean we are Earthlings. Let's face it.. above all the media hype about this nation and that nation we are ALL basically human. It's good to see that the girls of Riyadh are recognizing that listening to your libido is more important than what a bunch of old farts think about your life. Parents be damned.. the society you live in be DAMNED. We are all on the same DAMNED planet. Can't we all just agree to disagree? If we could do that then the girls of Riyadh would make their way out of fiction and into the real world that billions of other humans live in. Someone let me know when this book gets translated into English. Till next time my freaky darlings.

Thursday, December 15, 2005

The Rise of the Orange Menace!

"We wanted to know: If China’s global development will necessitate massive deaths in enemy countries, will our people endorse that scenario? Will they be for or against it?"
See, these guys are getting braver and rowdier. Let's hope they're all hat and no cattle. They're doing focus groups on whether or not to try and take over the world! If that's not a good indication that they're going to be trouble in the times to come I'm not sure what is. Look out!

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Fiat Justitia Ruat Coelum

Well, he was convicted of murdering 4 people...As I heard one person say "Just because he wrote some books doesn't mean he's redeemed. That's not redemption." So, like it or not...Justice has been served.

Sunday, December 11, 2005

Australians Drop Their Smug Façade-True Colors Come Out

Brown People Beaten Sensless at Beach

According to various reports, somewhere near 5000 racist Australian drunks “defended” their beach from Australians of Middle Eastern heritage, background, or even appearance. From Cronulla beach to Maroubra beach, sunburned, inebriated Aussies chased down anyone that looked vaguely like an Arab, hurled racial epithets, then proceeded to pound them about the head, face, and neck area.
By Sunday the mob took out their anger on cars. It was not immediately known whether the cars were of Arab origin, brown, or simply, not white.

“No More Lebs!” the crowd chanted, as t hey waved their flag, which is still emblazoned with the Union Jack, an emblem of their subservience to the English Crown. Authorities were quick to defend these actions, explaining that they were not at all racially motivated.

Well, My Freaky Darlings, it’s happened at last and I could not be happier. For years every Australian I’ve met has denounced the American led War on Terror and they have taken every opportunity to disparage the Violence in the United States. Well, no more…These Australian Race Riots remove any Moral High Ground those shrimp sucking beer swilling bastards ever had.

Saturday, December 10, 2005

Nigerian jet crashes with 110 aboard; 7 survive

Yeah, riiight. Suuuure it did. Those crafty Nigerians don't fool me. What'll they cook up next? I bet they're going to start sending emails to let me know that someone on that plane left me 5 million dollars, right? Nu-uh, those fuckers are making it all up, don't believe a word of it. It's a trick! Better safe than sorry.

Richard Pryor Dead at 65

Ground breaking comedian Richard Pryor has passed away. He suffered from MS and for the last several years and rarely appeared in public anymore. His work has influanced an entire generation of actors and comics. He will be missed by many.

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Ramblers delight

This is a transcript of a reply i've posted on Thothweb Enjoy...

(i believe it's posted on the second page of the thread)

I’ll skip the debate on the use of the term “Semitic” here and focus on, what I assume you to mean, the Exodus. In spite of Biblical writings, there is absolutely no archeological or historical record that the Hebrew people were ever led out of Egypt on a mass scale, nor that they ever caused any kind of disruption whatsoever to the Egyptian Empire.
There are speculative references to a people called the “Habiru” from a collection of ostrakon known as The Amarna Letters, which date roughly to sometime around 1386-1321 BCE. but those references have been largely dismissed as referring to indigenous renegades.
Also, there is little serious evidence that could link them to the Hyksos as these were a well armed people who introduced such things as the composite bow and the horse drawn chariot, neither of which the pastoral and nomadic people of the Bible ever seem to have perfected.
In fact, so far nothing that absolutely proves that such an event as described in the Book of Exodus ever occurred has been found anywhere, not in Egypt, not in the Sinai and not at all in the Jordan valley. Surely, such a large scale event as the ten plagues, or a huge mass of people trampling the land, camping and cooking and discarding garbage all over the place would have left some kind of archeological evidence along the way. Nor is it likely that an Egyptian Army of pursuit would have been mobilized and moved out and *not* have captured a slow moving mass of people, laden with, as you say, thousands of artifacts. Even if such a thing *had* occurred, there would have been some Egyptian documentation or record left of the whole event. And let me tell you, The Ancient Egyptians were real big on documenting things that went on in their Empire.
Of course, even if such an unlikely event were to have occurred it would not have caused the downfall of the Entire Egyptian Empire. Although a thing may be, as you say, ‘omitted from history’ it is not likely that such a widespread rampage as you suggest, could be hidden from archeology. The evidence simply cannot lie.
I’m not convinced that the capstone on the Great Pyramid was quartz because we have nothing in the descriptions of the Pyramid from antiquity that have described it as being anything other than gold. What’s more, the capstone was intact well past the time of the Exodus and there are no accounts of it ever having been replaced.
Another thing about crystals and such; I don’t think the ancient Egyptians put the same quasi-mystical significance on them as people do today. I suspect that if they did, we would be finding lots more trinkets carved out of them rather than, say, lapis lazuli, diorite or alabaster.

And to answer slavernicus about the word Amen- it comes from the Hebrew term :
aw-mane' and means: to be sure; faithfulness; truly:--Amen, so be it, truth; also, in the Aramaic and Coptic.

Update- I don't know why I bother with some of those fools over on ThothWeb. Now, there is someone who is convinced that the term "Amen" is fundimentally linked to "Amun". That's like saying that "si" (the Spanish for "yes") is related to the word "See" or "Sea"....

Ignorance, My Freaky Darlings, is forgivable, but Stupidity never is. It's as if some of these fools wake up one morning with a wild and hair-brained thought and take it as the gospel truth. It would simply stay in the realm of a persons own kookiness until they start preaching it. As my Mother always says "It's best to keep your mouth shut and imply stupidity than to open it and *Confirm* it."