Throw Another Log On The Fire

And that’s about all the respects I can pay to the man: not as bad as Kissinger.

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10 Responses to Throw Another Log On The Fire

  1. Jimmy T says:

    Not being a Catholic (Cattaholic if you will), I never kept up with the paucity that infected that religion, so there’s that. I knew a number of Cattaholics over the years and became friends with a few of them, but was never pestered by them into joining their movement…

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  2. So Joey Rats is off to his well-deserved vacation ‘retirement’ at a warm resort with attentive attendants.

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  3. It never ceases to amaze me how many vapid participants willingly take part in this (I include all religions) transparent charade for the promise of an obvious lie (afterlife) and “see, I’m a good guy” credentials.
    “Tithe bitches!” lol
    Whatta bunch of fakers, suckers and liars.

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  4. artahzen says:

    I wish I knew how to post pictures to this blog, but I do not. However, does anyone else think that Benedict looked a lot like a cartoon villain from Underdog named Simon Bar Sinister? Just google the name.

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    • ali redford says:

      Yes. Thank you!

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      • ali redford says:

        I watched and loved Underdog, and hated the resemblance when Pope Benedict became Pope Benedict, even though Simon Bar Sinister was a bad guy.

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    • Also Darth Sidious (found this at LAwyers, Guns and Money:

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    • tengrain says:

      I had to look him up.

      I think Simon Bar Sinister looks a lot like Rudy:

      Rgds,

      TG

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    • There’s no way to upload pictures here; they have to be sourced on the internet. To post something you have in image form, I discovered the following trick (there may be analogous ways to do this with other online services)

      a) save the image to Dropbox
      b) right-click in your local dropbox folder (or online) and click ‘Share ‘
      c) There’s an item to ‘share a link’ click it
      d) Now click view the link, copy it (command-c or control-c depending if your are a Mac or Windows person)
      e) paste the link into another browser window /tab
      f) right-click on the picture and select ‘Copy Image Address’ (note these are Safari-specfic instructions but all the major browsers support something like this)
      g) paste the really long and weird link into the comment form at MPS

      Voila! A beautiful picture of a cactus in the rain (this is in a planter right ouside my office at work )

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