Thursday, November 09, 2006

Something is not right.

I can't quite place it, but I have a sinking feeling in my gut that something terrible has happened. Maybe this is just the flu? Anyone else out there got the same symptoms?

10 Comments:

At 11/10/2006 10:30 PM, Anonymous Mel Odious said...

Kirk:

I know it's about two weeks early, but . . .

Happy Turkey Day!

 
At 11/11/2006 1:07 PM, Blogger Kirk said...

Mel: It's called Thanksgiving. However, I immensely enjoyed the article you linked to. Especially the part about God saving the Pilgrims from starvation. No one other than God could have helped those people.

 
At 11/11/2006 2:30 PM, Anonymous frank said...

I'm so unhappy with recent events. I think I'm going to throw a fiscally responible fit and mess up things that are of no value to me but are valuable to the liberals that are responsible for my pain.

There are some Liberals in Austin Tx., Ohio, N.J., and a few in Ca. In Riverside and L.A. counties. I won't mess up the city of L.A. Not yet anyway.

 
At 11/11/2006 4:32 PM, Blogger Kirk said...

Frank: There is never a wrong time to rage against the liberal machine.

 
At 11/11/2006 10:33 PM, Anonymous Mel Odious said...

Kirk:

You can't say "Thanksgiving" anymore. It's illegal. The Liberal Media isn't going to tell you this, but since the Demoncrats recaptured the House and Senate a few days ago, they've already declared a War on Thanksgiving, to go along with their War on Christmas and their War on Easter. Hell, they even wanted to declare a War on Sunday, but the NFL is a powerful lobby, and that idea died in committee.

While we're on the subject of God . . .

In the thirteenth century, St. Thomas Aquinas published five "proofs" of God's existence. I believe that no more than two "proofs" are needed. To wit:

ARGUMENT FROM POSITIVE OUTCOMES:

1. Something good happened.
2. Thank God.
3. Therefore God exists.

ARGUMENT FROM NEGATIVE OUTCOMES:

1. Something bad happened.
2. Thank God it wasn't worse.
3. Therefore God exists.

These two arguments apply to any scenario (including the plight of the Pilgrims), are easy to remember, and best of all, don't require any thinking on the part of the believer. I hope they come in handy the next time some unsaved atheist starts making fun of your beliefs.

 
At 11/13/2006 10:14 PM, Blogger Kirk said...

Mel: These proofs are too wordy. My policy is: If it doesn't fit on a bumper sticker, I don't use it. But, these proofs are easily simplified down to this: Pray.

 
At 11/15/2006 9:26 PM, Anonymous Mel Odious said...

Kirk: I forgot to mention this in my last comment, but I thought you'd like to know that according to your site meter, I was visitor number 666,666 to Fair plus Balanced.

I find that strangely appropriate.

 
At 11/15/2006 10:10 PM, Blogger Kirk said...

Mel: I'm unsure what you are saying.

 
At 11/16/2006 10:45 PM, Anonymous Mel Odious said...

Kirk:

666 is my lucky number and I often quote Scripture for my own purpose.

Put two and two together.

Hey, where are Betty Joe Goering, Brokeback Timmy and the rest of your idiot friends?

 
At 11/20/2006 12:43 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brokeback Timmy was a tool!

But Anonymous is here! I post on most people's blogs, but I don't always agree with myself.

 

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