Saturday, December 20, 2014

The Milf in Fishnets


Last week on Twitter I said that I wanted to lick some feet for Christmas.  Yesterday I got that chance.  As you all know I find women's feet to be the sexiest part of the body.  I just love them.  I don't like shoes, the feet must be barefoot or in stockings, nylons, fishnets, or pantyhose.  

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Rights of the Accused vs Rights of the Accuser

I have to admit, I am a bit torn on this one.  In the news is the Rolling Stone article about a gang rape as part of an initiation at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.  In the days following various news outlets dug into the details and now even Rolling Stone themselves is backing off of the story.  They issued this apology, but later retracted it due to pressure from Social Justice Warriors.  The current apology can be seen at the top of the original Rolling Stone article.  Below is the original apology.

Saturday, December 6, 2014

The American Dream is Dead? No!

On twitter about an hour ago, my friend Vogter2100 posted on his twitter a link to his Facebook where he posted this.


I'm sorry but just as most people of Denmark would have issue with me talking about how much their country sucks, I likewise take issue when someone from Denmark flat out promotes falsehoods about America.  Now I can't blame Vogter too much for forwarding along this myth, as I have no idea how much of American culture finds it's way to Denmark.  Furthermore, I can't blame Vogter too much because sadly there are actually American citizens who think this way as well.  All you need is a picture of some unhappy children and your message will be passed along as true.  

Well let's go through this myth one by one, shall we.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

McMass Project, McDonald's in Church?

I first came aware of this idea from my friend BionicDance and her video is listed below.



There are a few points that she raised that I would like to address, followed by some very important details that the McMass project is leaving out.

1.  Would having a McDonald's violate scripture?

Friday, November 28, 2014

A Longing for Jesus

For those who don't know I was raised in a non religious home and it wasn't until my teen years that I began to get involved with church.  I stayed with the faith through most of my adult life.  One of the biggest things I miss about my time as a Christian was the belief that I was serving God and I made an effort to bring glory to God in everything I do.

I had a falling out with my church a few years ago when a friend of mine was injured while doing volunteer work for them.  Instead of behaving like I felt they should, they responded to his injuries the way a business would and that did not sit well with me.  So I quit going to church.  Of course you can't blame the actions of one single church and lay it at the footsteps of the whole faith, I just never quite got over it and did not seek out a new house of worship.

Two years later I became friends with a few atheists and began to take a look into the things I believed.  It was an intense traumatic experience for me as my faith was a central core of who I was.  Eventually I came out as an atheist.  I no longer believed in God.  About a year after that a bunch of people were posting their deconversion stories and I uploaded mine.  It was 54 minutes and it was very in depth.  I later took the video down as I did not want my video to be responsible for anyone else's separation from God.

In the years that followed I made several new friends as sadly most of my old Christian friends no longer came around.  I found organizations to help out such as Doctors Without Borders and for a while life was good.  However, I have been feeling as of late that there is a Christ centered hole in me.  There is something missing and I am confused on how to fill it.

Can I go back?  Returning to my Christian faith would be difficult for me as I feel I know too much.  I don't think I could sit through a lesson on Noah and the Ark, or Jonah, or any of the other acts of miracles from the Bible.  I don't think going to a liberal church, where they view things like creation as a parable, would work for me.  If I were to go I would have to go all in.  I don't know how to do that.

Part of me wants to believe in God and the Bible again, but I truly don't know how I could.  I don't know what the answers are.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Working on Holidays

Here in America we are getting ready for Thanksgiving.  Forget the vanilla retelling of the origin of this holiday, Thanksgiving is the celebration of gluttony.  In America you will also hear the term Black Friday, this refers to the sales that stores have the day after Thanksgiving that launches us into the Christmas shopping season.  It is named Black Friday because traditionally stores would operate in the red (debt) or close to it. The stores rely on the Christmas shopping season to make most of their profit.

Other traditions include rioting in stores as shoppers trample over each other to buy more stuff just hours after they spent the night listing the things they were thankful for.


Monday, November 24, 2014

#YesAllDaughters

Today in Norman Oklahoma students are walking out in silent protest against their school and how the school handled the bullying of rape victims.  First the facts, as they are at the time of this blog.


  1. The alleged rapes occurred off campus away from the school.
  2. The alleged rapist has not been charged or arrested by police, despite the incident happened two months ago.  Rather the investigation is still ongoing.
  3. The alleged rapist was suspended from school for passing around the video of the encounter
  4. At the time of the suspension only one victim was known, currently there are four.
  5. When the girls returned to school they were met at the door by their classmates taunting them.  At this time the school had no knowledge of the alleged rapes.  
  6. Now that the other victims are known, they are cooperating fully with the police.
So my question is this.  Other than suspending the alleged student and fully cooperating with the police, what more could they have done.  They had no prior knowledge of the events, thus no way to foresee the bullying that happened to these young girls.  Maybe I just don't get it.  Why of all things do they protest a school that has done nothing wrong?