So I own or co-own a few businesses that have experienced varying degrees of success. I am in the educational video business, and the book-writing business, and the merchandise distribution business, and the conference running business, and the making YouTube videos with my brother…
These signs were recently out up in the area around Main Street St. Charles, MO. The majority of people who see this will probably not have any connection to the area, but my hope is that the magic of the internet will help this person get their dog back.
[Image: a photograph of a very developed, late-term fetus captioned, “LIFE - Don’t leave the womb without it.” It is credited to www.LiveAction.org. End description.]
Because a fetus can totally listen to your directions. Makes sense.
They believe that a fetus can create a waterproof laptop in a womb so that it can post a prose piece from its perspective asking the mother not to abort it. Assuming that a fetus can follow their directions is far from the most absurd thing anti-choicers have claimed.
What annoys me about it is that the picture seems to ignore the existence of stillbirths.
How can a being be perfect, but require worship?
A perfect being would have no such requirement, nor would it need validation or worship. To say that you have an almighty, perfect being and then turn around and say that he requires worship…that seems more like human arrogance than the characteristics of a god to me. Can a theist, or someone, please…enlighten me?
Rebloged because the answer box is a bit small.
Anyways. I’ve been taught (as an Episcopalian, I can’t vouch for anyone else except possibly Roman Catholics) that we worship not because God needs us to, or because we are required to, but to show our gratitude through song and such.
Really, the only reason I go to church anymore is because I happen to enjoy organ music and the Episcopal church has a nice habit of using traditional music instead of that god-awful contemporary Christian music.
Played 35010 times.
Go the Fuck to Sleep narrated by Samuel L Jackson
Remember this book that got so much online hype before it’s release that it practically became the ‘Snakes on a Plane’ of children’s books? Yeah. That happened.
Go the Fuck to Sleep - Adam Mansbach
(narrated by Samuel L Jackson)
I’M TIRED OF THESE MOTHERFUCKING KIDS IN THIS MOTHERFUCKING STATE OF NOT BEING ASLEEP.
Tahrir Square. Cairo, Egypt. 2011.
Anti-government protests in Egypt.
NASA: the Frontier is Everywhere
This is an unofficial advertisement for NASA and a remaking of Michael Marantz’s video “EARTH: the Pale Blue Dot”. The video features original music by Michael Marantz and words from the audio recording of Pale Blue Dot, read by Carl Sagan.