I’ve heard it called the “Original Sin,” but is it? Why exactly is “sex” a sin? It is, biologically speaking, the act of creating more humans. Having a deity that says procreation is a bad idea makes very little sense. If we didn’t do it, us lowly humans would die out and then there wouldn’t be anyone left to worship anyone, would there?
Apparently, it’s news that the Houston Astros are capable of watching television and telling their players about it. What a crime!
I’m going to let you know up front, this post is born out of my own ignorance. It concerns a subject that is sensitive to many people and, so you know, I’m on the side of the women on this one. I have no problem with the movement I am about to talk about, I would have been in favor of it if I were around when all this happened. I do not want it reversed. I would, however, like it to have a different name for the movement and it’s followers as the one it has makes remarkably little sense to me. The words in question, in my mind, are “Sufferage” and “Sufferagette.”
No, seriously. The DC Universe is riddled with better female characters than the fairly inept Harley Quinn.
I’m asked periodically, how I can be an atheist. The answer is simple, organized religions really don’t make a whole lot of sense. Most of them.
Television and movies have, all too often, shown the ugly side of religions and, unfortunately, many people believe the way the people on TV do.
As you’ve probably noticed, there are a lot of things I don’t understand. I think there are a lot of things everyone doesn’t understand. In this particular instance, I’m referring to whether or not a particular food is good for you – specifically: avacados.
Dear YouTube, On behalf of the people who upload things, could we possibly have this one minor change that would make us feel a little less pedophilic? Thanks.
A couple weeks ago, my oldest daughter, the one that’s moved out already, yes, I’m that old, had a pain in her legs. She did what anyone living in today’s society should be able to do without too much fuss, she went to a doctor… kinda.
According to ESPN, a tremendous life lesson that even non-baseball people could learn from was recently taught by the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. It’s one that a lot of people could learn from, including Major League Baseball itself. They won’t, of course. It’s too easy a fix and makes too much sense and, most of all, works – therefore it won’t be done. But let’s imagine for a moment that people pay attention.
This entry concerns a Kentucky judge who has been accused of a number of things, according to an article I found in the New York Post. It concerns our legal system, our country’s morals (kinda) and a comment about the alleged events.