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Friday, November 22, 2013

Terminal Madness of the Endtimes Entry #82930

Sandwich bread is racist.

What if they were eating human flesh at home? Is it in poor taste if we refrain, as though there might be something wrong with that dish as a choice of entree?

Tell me why they migrated to begin with? Was there something wrong with the soil back home? Did it exude fail gas and they felt they needed to breathe win gas instead from lucky soil somewhere else? You look at some of these places they migrate from - they are pretty fantastic countries. They have fertile soils, good access to seaports, resources easily harvested for sale and pleasant weather. The only problem back home was not with the soil there at all. The soil was just fine. The problem lay elsewhere.

6 comments:

theepilgrim said...

Hilarious. Seems that publik schules in the Kwa are dropping all pretenses of teaching reading, writing or arithmetic and are focusing full time on white-guilt, self-hatred and die-versity.

If you love your kids, homeschool, if not, meh, toss 'em to the State. Next best thing to abortion.

John said...

I keep on saying to myself, it can't get much worse. Obviously it can, but this can't on forever. People know this too and that's why I find the current situation so odd. Intelligent adults are sticking their fingers in their ears and yelling "Lalalalalalalalala! I'll be retired soon and nothing will touch me!"

It's a little discouraging, the lack of perspective from the baby-boomer crowd. They tell you your vote counts, it's irresponsible not to vote, but they voted and they voted now we have this. They say, we don't have the heart to deny their dislike of PB&J sandwiches. What's the harm in granting them their wish for non-discriminatory lunch choices?

They've watched the whole thing happen before their eyes and they have the audacity to ask "What's the world coming to?"

Tex, I have to ask you this: how does Christianity fit in with respect to the PB&J-haters? When I talk to my parents, they say "I'm a Christian, being hard on these poor people is against what I believe in." I guess I need to brush up on my scripture.

Anyways I just got my copy of Felix's book. The Vault-co correspondence course is going nicely. Take care.

John said...

keep on saying to myself, it can't get much worse. Obviously it can, but this can't on forever. People know this too and that's why I find the current situation so odd. Intelligent adults are sticking their fingers in their ears and yelling "Lalalalalalalalala! I'll be retired soon and nothing will touch me!"

It's a little discouraging, the lack of perspective from the baby-boomer crowd. They tell you your vote counts, it's irresponsible not to vote, but they voted and they voted now we have this. They say, we don't have the heart to deny their dislike of PB&J sandwiches. What's the harm in granting them their wish for non-discriminatory lunch choices?

They've watched the whole thing happen before their eyes and they have the audacity to ask "What's the world coming to?"

Tex, I have to ask you this: how does Christianity fit in with respect to the PB&J-haters? When I talk to my parents, they say "I'm a Christian, being hard on these poor people is against what I believe in." I guess I need to brush up on my scripture.

Anyways I just got my copy of Felix's book. The Vault-co correspondence course is going nicely. Take care.

Moe! said...

In street Ebonics

"da bitch be crazy"

Some dude said...

Did it exude fail gas and they felt they needed to breathe win gas instead from lucky soil somewhere else?

worth reading your blog all this time if only for that one hilarious line.

lj3 said...

@John The baby boomers were raised to believe in certain things and they're going to hold on tight to those beliefs all the way to the grave. The subsequent generations are no different. Global warming has been disproved time and time again, yet everybody I know still believes it. Same for recycling and feminism. Let's face it: sapiens as a whole are easily programmable.

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