Tag Archives: Blog Against Theocracy
Tengrain — and if you think I was going to put my usual signature somewhere in those four quadrants, you’re crazier than I am! In my line of work, we get these sorts of “magic quadrant” analysis of where our … Continue reading
(This post comes to us from our great friend and Scissorhead Jimmy Dean’s Fucked-up Cousin Clyde. JD’s etc. has been a long time supporter of the Blog Against Theocracy and always contributes a thought-provoking and creative post. He did it … Continue reading
I know, I know, I know… but imagine if the news shows filled up a few minutes here and there with sightings of Mohammed, or Buddah. Why is it always Jesus’ image on the stain in the news? You see, … Continue reading
Via email, I’ve been asked to explain myself, how I could “perverse” such an iconic image as the Rosenthal photograph of the planting of the flag on Iwo Jima. The writer suggest a few things I could do with the … Continue reading
(Cross-posted for my favorite religious lady and friend, FranIAm, who proves to me daily that you can be a Christian and cool. Rgds, T.G) (Despite my calls for action for Blog Against Theocracy weekend (Also available at MockPaperScissors) I seem … Continue reading
(Our good friend and Scissorhead, Travelling Man, submitted this post by email – we are very glad and proud to present it here at Mock, Paper, Scissors. Rgds, T.G.) With the election of Barack Obama, the influence of the Religious … Continue reading
…is like arguing with teh crazy. These are actors, by the way, they are reciting actual words that the fundies have said. I have to admire them for not breaking character as they say some of these things.
…can be found at Wee Mousie’s most excellent Cinema Burlesque. I laughed, I cried, it is the feel-good Friday post of, well, Good Friday.
To everything There is a season And a time for every purpose, under heaven No more April Fools mischief for us here at Mock, Paper, Scissors. The time has come for us to put away our childish things, to become … Continue reading