See how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and the late rains. - James 5:7

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Friday, June 20, 2008

Groucho Marx -

Groucho Marx- Capt Spalding's Adventures in Africa

The P-Town players.



How queer is this?
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Gay people have busily spruced up their image to appear more family oriented, securing rights here and there until gay marriage has now gained recognized legal status, and many average Americans say, "Why not!" Nevertheless, gay culture has never really raised itself out of the t-rooms (latrine for those who don't know the term) - gutter for those who don't care.
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Some gay bloggers and their psych-trained counterparts insist the low life behavior of marginalized homosexuals will disappear as gay people gain acceptance, along with recognition of same-sex marriage, and a complete end to any and all discrimination - even if it is contrry to faith and morals. Activists insist anonymous trysts and bathroom glory-hole sex, along with public sex in the park will go away when gay people are allowed to date and marry just like their heterosexual counterparts. I really doubt that however, there will never be any real parity with heterosexual behavior, unless the entire society becames totally debauched, no matter what the laws dictate.
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The boys in the band.
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The boyz continue to play in the parks, and the latrines - ask John Michael - "This is what gay people do!" he once told reporters. Now the cops are cracking down on the gay behavior in one of the gay fun-spots on the East Coast - Provincetown on Cape Cod. It is one of the more notorious gay orgy sites in the world.
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The story from Provincetown.
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PROVINCETOWN — It's a slow week in the northern territory of the Cape Cod National Seashore when a man with a yellow towel flashing passers-by is the sole complaint about public sex acts.
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In the past decade, the number of complaints about explicit, open public sex in the Provincetown and Truro portions of the national park has more than tripled, Seashore acting chief ranger Craig Thatcher said. The activity ranges from flashing to masturbation to men's outdoor orgies, he said.

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This summer, federal authorities are introducing a new tactic to discourage debauchery in the dunes: pairing up with local officials and business leaders to try to persuade culprits to behave better through public education.
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"It's a growing issue, both from the number of complaints and the number of areas doing this activity," Seashore superintendent George Price said. "We certainly wanted to start a conversation with the people in Provincetown to see how we can tackle this together." - Source

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Another reason to hate birthdays.

"That's right honey, we gave all of your presents to Charity, you know, the cocktail waitress dad and I like so much."

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

THE SOS BAND - Take Your Time (Do It Right) ©1980

Background music while you read old posts!

Dr. Love- First Choice

I'll be off Wednesday, June 18th. Appointments.

Just a few words from our sponsor.


Me.
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Facebook is too much. "Much too much" as Maggie Smith would say. People are getting emails from my site asking if they will be my friend. First of all, I never ask people to be my friend - or chase them down. Secondly, I haven't ever sent out an email like that - well maybe to Cathy in the beginning - but she knows I'm nuts. I think they have bots or something that read my address book and automatically send invites out. Don't get me wrong - I like having lots of friends - but I can't respond to all of this email stuff, I'm getting over 100 emails a day - from the blogs and Facebook, along with personal stuff. I don't even answer my phone or the door at home - really - I never even pick up my phone messages. I know! - I'm just weird like that. That's all.
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On a lighter note, some advice for people who suffer from chronic pain.

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I think I'm on to something here. If you don't have medical insurance or you are poor, or you just don't want to go to the Doctor but experience chronic pain, I have some remedies.
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1) Learn to love it. Accept it, offer it up and all of that, but thank God for it - seriously - thank him you can suffer something for him and for souls. I'm not kidding - it becomes so bearable that way - well not always - but often.


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2) Frequently at night I allow myself to think about it - I imagine I'm on pain killers, but awake, undergoing surgery. I imagine the doctor inserting a huge needle, say into my kidneys, to drain cysts, and I watch the tube fill up with a watery, bloody, liquid. It seems to me the pain then goes away. Well, not always - but I distract myself with watching the surgical procedure - I imagine little flecks in the drainage as well.


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3) I do the same thing with arthritis pain - I imagine the doctor poking me with painful needles in all of my joints, while he injects cortisone. The pain of the needles allows me to forget the other pain and to focus upon the relief the cortisone would cause. The pain is still there, but it doesn't hurt as much as those pretend needles.


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4) Chest pains and breathing difficulties. The best thing here is to offer it up, recall how much you enjoyed smoking, and tell yourself how much worse they would be if you still smoked. When that fails, I try to pretend I'm on narcotics - but I can never duplicate that euphoria!


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5) Frequent awakenings during the night due to male problems... I look on these things as opportunities to pray during the night... and the pain as a good penance. But I'm always so tired the next day.


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6) If all of these remedies fail, I remind myself to pray for a happy death.


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Look for future "advice and how to" posts. I'm thinking the next one will be, "How to stretch your food budget during a recession, huge inflation, and food shortages."
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[I'll be offline because I'm in California for a wedding. OH! C'MON! I'M JUST KIDDING!!! I needed an excuse to use the photo.]




Sunday, June 15, 2008

Now days...

Being a little out of step.

I have a feeling that now days a person can become a saint just by living according to the teachings of the Catholic Church. Nothing more heroic required.