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MAY 28
2017
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Evil Baby. Evil, evil baby.

Apparently this is a thing that’s going around. For good reason.

*sigh* Kids these days…


Vegan Black Metal Chef is easily the best cooking videos on the internet.

There, I’ve spoken.


Stay classy, Summit Church

Witness what happens when someone tries to challenge the lies told by an ex-gay speaker at a church in Sparks.

What incredibly Christ-like behavior, don’t you think?

Parents of gay kids, do yourselves (and your kids) a favor. Accept your children, be involved with their lives just as you would if they were straight, keep your family together, and for the love of all that is good in the world, don’t encourage this sort of menacing, un-Christian behavior by attending, and worse yet, tithing to, authoritarian outfits like this one. These pharisees are giving Christianity a bad name and causing more life-long mental and behavioral issues than they can ever hope to prevent.

Kudos to you, Kathy Baldock.


Some Pre-Weekend Cyclist Humor

Originally taken from this website, we have here NYC cyclist Casey proving a point that the law, even the law you get fined upon infraction, cannot always be followed to the letter.   Granted, his method isn’t exactly suggested, it’s worth a laugh, no matter if you prefer gas pedals or geared ones:

 

 

Ride and drive safe out there, folks.

(…thanks to Adam for finding this wonderful gem…)


Police State Watch

I sure am glad our society has finally succeeded in eliminating that demon scourge marijuana.

Otherwise things like this might not be worth it:

guerenaThe Pima County Regional SWAT team fired 71 shots in seven seconds at a Tucson man they say pointed a gun at officers serving a search warrant at his home.

Jose Guerena, 26, a former Marine who served in Iraq twice, was holding an AR-15 rifle when he was killed, but he never fired a shot, the Sheriff’s Department said Monday after initially saying he had fired on officers during last week’s raid.

Vanessa Guerena says she heard noise outside their home about 9 a.m. Thursday and woke her husband who had just gone to bed after working a 12-hour shift at the Asarco Mine, she said. There were no sirens or shouts of "police," she said.

Guerena told his wife and son to hide inside a closet and he grabbed the AR-15 rifle, his wife said.

"When I came out the officers dragged me through the kitchen and took me outside, and that’s when I saw him laying there gasping for air," Vanessa Guerena said. "I kept begging the officers to call an ambulance that maybe he could make it and that my baby was still inside."

The little boy soon after walked out of the closet on his own. SWAT members took him outside to be with his mother.

"I never imagined I would lose him like that, he was badly injured but I never thought he could be killed by police after he served his country," Vanessa Guerena said.

Guerena says there were no drugs in their house.

RIP Jose Guerena.