“Also, what’s all this nonsense I’m hearing about BackPage adverts trading anal for blow (that’s cocaine here), a shit-ton of investigations by various alphabet agencies, destroyed public records, handing out gasoline like it’s free (hint, it’s free! since the taxpayers buy it), a free knee operation, and oodles more of good times. “That can’t be right, can it? That’s just too crazy…”
All that, my friends, is just the Moron’s channeling their inner David Cody — throwing shit against the wall and see what sticks.
What I did find fascinating is the “church giving permission” to plant those signs. This statement flies in the face of what’s publicly been put forward by Church folks (Bob Does #2).
How do you feel about the appropriation by atheists? I am all for that. I’m a big fan of what atheists are trying to do. I’m a big fan of trying to come up with humorous or user-friendly versions of atheism. I think America was more or less settled by people who hated their families or else they wouldn’t have left. So hating—or at least admitting that there’s something wrong about your family—is always healthy. I think it’s better than slavishly worshiping or insisting that your family do the same. I think that atheism is the same way: Atheism is to Christianity as awareness of Festivus is to religion. Or something like that. I loved learning that several state governments are accepting Festivus displays as part of their religious iconography. I’m all for that. So you’re a supporter of the PBR pole in Florida? Oh, yeah! I don’t even know how deep their research was—I think they must have done research because my dad’s drink of choice was PBR. And he drank a lot of it! He was one of their biggest customers. In fact, to this day, when I smell it, I have to leave the room. When the … Read More
Plaintiff has knowledge of emails sent by Defendant Jean Robb, during the time period set forth in the complaint, to Mr. Jim Lusk, Mr. David Eller, or some other person, that discuss either her support, or lack thereof, for Defendant City’s approval of a vote that would effect the land use of property owned by Mr. Eller. Plaintiff has not been able to gain access to these emails because they have not been produced pursuant to his public records request by defendants. However, the persons who have knowledge of the existence and content of these emails are Mr. Lusk, Mr. Eller, the Defendant Jean Robb, and possibly other persons known to Jean Robb.