I'm a pagan...I'm a liberal..I live in West, Texas..

Monday, January 03, 2011

FIRST MONDAY OF THE NEW YEAR









































14 comments:

Twain12 said...

Happy Monday

Debra She Who Seeks said...

That Michael Vick one is so disturbing -- hard to look at. The truth is like that sometimes.

Kulkuri said...

Stole the Christ's B-Day one. Loved the Fart one and the Zombie one!!

billy pilgrim said...

how could obama make a statement embracing michael vick?

Jan said...

The Vick one should be posted in every stadium the bastard plays.

Nit Wit said...

I liked the New years resolution and the splats.

jadedj said...

Stole at least half of them. You have outdone yourself kiddo!

FoxyMoron said...

Particularly good bunch of 'em today YDG. Loved the er....graduation one the best. :)

rox said...

The graduation one, I'm sending to a friend. Her kid is dating a slut. HAH!

texlahoma said...

The Splats, lol!

MarkD60 said...

I love your Monday posts!

Elizabeth said...

Hey! I'm friends with the cartoonist who did the "Tomb of the unknown sexuality" cartoon! He's a great guy.

DaisyDeadhead said...

Love the Hanukkah one!

Biblical trivia and fundie-baiting fun: Hanukkah is in the Catholic Bible, not the Protestant one.

When I worked in the Catholic bookstore and the Bob Jones
University fundamentalist asshole-locals would come in (always in a group, never alone), spoiling for a fight, I would wait until they'd say (and since they are androids, they always would, right on cue): "Catholics believe stuff not in the Bible!"

Me: "But you don't even have the whole Bible, there are seven books missing." (note: there are)

Them: "Those books aren't inspired and contain witchcraft!"

Me: "But Hanukkah is in there and Jesus celebrated Hanukkah." (its in the book of Maccabees, I think 2nd Maccabees... I used to know all that stuff...)

Them: "WHERE does it say he celebrated it? Prove it!" (yes, they did say something as stupid as that)

Answer: John 10:22-23, Jesus celebrates "Feast of the Dedication in winter"... (Hanukkah is Hebrew for "Dedication")

Me: "Now, you say those books are not inspired, but that's where Hanukkah is, and Jesus celebrated it, so according to you, Jesus celebrated an uninspired holiday. Isn't that blasphemy?"

It may seem like gobbledegook to you, but this simple thing would tie them in knots and totally reduce them to tears. It was so much fun!

Hey, they came asking for it, we didn't!

Sharing this here for anyone else who wants to have fun-with-fundies... I know there ain't no shortage of em in Texas! :D

Intense Guy said...

The pictures aren't here anymore... oh well... serves me right for being to late.