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Post by Big Fat Heretic on Tue Feb 03, 2015 12:27 pm

OK, I remember way way way back in the early 1960s, when I was just a kid in grade school, we use to play make-believe games. That is perfectly natural.

Imagine a kid, with a plastic ring that he got our of a box of Cracker Jacks, and he pretends it's a magic ring, and he threatens to use it to make another kid disappear.

You would think, that adults would laugh at something like that!

But now, it's not the 1960s anymore. This is the 21st century.

So, here in my home state of Texas (which I'm ashamed to admit) in Kermit, Texas, a kid in the 4th grade was suspended from school for making a "terroristic" threat, by saying that he was going to make another kid disappear by using his magic ring! Can adults really be that stupid???

Oh wait! I keep forgetting! Texas is a Republican red state! Stupid me!

Anyway  . . . . .

Please to check out the following article from Politicususa

http://www.politicususa.com/2015/02/02/time-break-texas.html

Yeah! This is another one for the books!





It’s Time to Break Up With Texas
By: Hrafnkell Haraldsson
Monday, February, 2nd, 2015, 8:04 am




We have become used to bizarre news items coming out of Red States. They’re full of Tea Party-types, white militias, and religious fanatics, after all. But what is wrong in Texas that it seems to be the epicenter of so much craziness?

Like the fourth grader in Kermit, Texas who was suspended for making “terroristic” threats with a ring that doesn’t exist. Nine-year-old Aiden Steward told a classmate at Kermit Elementary School that he’d use his “One Ring” – forged in Mount Doom of course – to make him disappear.

I could see suspending somebody for threatening to shoot somebody – guns do exist – but how can you threaten somebody with something that not only does not exist, but cannot?

And if it’s bad science, its bad fiction too, because the One Ring doesn’t make other people disappear, but its wearer. Counsel young Mr. Steward for failing to understand Tolkien if you want, but suspend him? Really? Why isn’t everyone involved just laughing, or at least saying, “Well, he’s a kid.” I mean, he’s NINE. Not only was nobody hurt, but nobody could be hurt, for crying out loud.

If that is not bad enough, we’ve seen Texas declare Moses a Founding Father. If Moses is a Founding Father, what’s wrong with magic rings? I’d volunteer to be disappeared. Get me out of here. Now.

Texas Governor Gregg Abbott – yes they can find governors stupider than Rick Perry in Texas – thinks he can change the essential nature of math, falling into the trap of totalitarian states that there is such a thing as Communist math, or National Socialist math, that is somehow superior or more true than, well . . . just math. You know, like in the Common Core.



I know they do teach things differently these days, and there is a learning curve for parents, but they taught things differently when I was a kid too. Parents of my day had a hard time helping kids with math too – the “new” math – which was different than the “old” math of their childhoods. Teaching methods change. And that’s what’s key here: the math doesn’t change – it stays the same – just the teaching method changes.

I’m not sure Gregg Abbott understands that, and I don’t think glasses are going to help him any more than they are helping Rick Perry. Nor will other conservatives who have a firmer grasp on our shared reality, like radio host Bill Bennett, a conservative, who tried, futilely to explain to Abbott Sunday that he was hurting his state by rejecting Common Core.

Chris Wallace of Fox News even tried to explain some facts – yes, facts to Abbott:

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“Your state of Texas got an overall grade of C minus and ranked 39th among the 50 states. Meanwhile, the top nine states, in terms of their performance, governor, all have adopted Common Core.”
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When Abbott argued for “local control” (and I think he just proved that’s a bad idea), Bennett dropped the logic bomb:

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“You’ve got local control, you decided that Common Core wouldn’t be in Texas so it’s not in Texas. And Texas can teach math any way it wants, but what Texas can’t do is change the nature of mathematics and what mathematical reasoning and mathematical sequence becomes.”
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No arguing with that, right? Abbott did, saying, “I’ve got to strenuously disagree with that.”

And what would Texas be without Islamophobia? First we have Christian terrorist Christine Weick, daring Franklin Graham to take over a mosque and “have a service there.”

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Let’s bring in our Bibles, let’s bring in our liturgy, let’s bring in the hymnals, let’s put up crucifixes where we acknowledge Jesus Christ as Lord, and let’s go into their mosque and do that. I guarantee you that will never happen because they scream tolerance of everything, and yet they’re not tolerant of us – at all.
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Um . . . because taking over a mosque is tolerant?

Or attacking an imam for praying over a rodeo? That’s tolerant, right?

On Sunday, January 25, Moujahed Bakhach of the Islamic Association of Tarrant County led a public prayer at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. The reaction was anything but friendly, as The Dallas Morning News tells us, with the stock show’s Facebook page filling up with comments like this:

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A sampling of the sentiments expressed: “I for one won’t attend an event that allows a darkness to be spoke over me,” “Muslim/Islam has no place in this country” and “I just will choose NOT to go somewhere that embraces a religion that wants me, my family and my people DEAD.”
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Well, we’ll just forget that part in the Old Testament then where it says to stone all non-believers dead. And that part where it says to turn the other cheek. And to love your enemies.

This episode brings to mind the Texans who got upset that Muslims weren’t publicly decrying terrorism, but when some of them tried to do just that at a conference, were told by home-grown, white Christian terrorists to “Go home and take Obama with you.”

Even though America is their home, just as it is the home of Moujahed Bakhach.

And we can’t leave without mentioning the spate of open-carry episodes recently, with open carry advocates storming the capitol and forcing legislators to vote panic buttons into existence, because, you know, it’s rather hard to focus on debating legislation with a bunch of armed people standing over your shoulder telling you how to vote.

More pointedly, why did a nine-year-old get in trouble for threatening to use a non-existent ring and a bunch of people with real guns didn’t?

With one Texas legislator wanting teachers to shoot their students and another wanting to end the Union through nullification, I’m thinking more than ever that it’s a pity Santa Anna didn’t win.

I’m sorry folks, but it’s time to break up with Texas. Or maybe we can borrow that magic ring . . .  

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Yeah! This is just absolutely nutso!!!

"And we can’t leave without mentioning the spate of open-carry episodes recently, with open carry advocates storming the capitol and forcing legislators to vote panic buttons into existence, because, you know, it’s rather hard to focus on debating legislation with a bunch of armed people standing over your shoulder telling you how to vote."

Yeah! Uh uh! A bunch of retards armed with guns, storming the Texas state capital, and telling legislators how to vote!

Really??? Really??? Really???

But in the meantime . . . . . . .

". . . . . why did a nine-year-old get in trouble for threatening to use a non-existent ring and a bunch of people with real guns didn’t?"

So, a bunch of right-wing retards storm the state capital with guns, and they all got away with it!

But some kid in the 4th grade gets suspended from school for threatening to make another kid disappear with a nonexistent magic ring!

WOW!!! I mean, like, seriously . . . . . just . . . WOW!!!

Un-fucking-believable!!!

Nah! I believe it!

People have really become that fucking retarded!

Look at our Republican party!

I rest my case!

I'm outta here!
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Post by Earl on Tue Feb 03, 2015 6:21 pm

Please wake me up when the nightmare's over.

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Post by Big Fat Heretic on Tue Feb 03, 2015 10:08 pm

Earl wrote:Please wake me up when the nightmare's over.

The nightmare will never be over!

It's just starting! And it will go on forever!

We are in another planet's HELL!!!
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Post by Earl on Wed Feb 04, 2015 3:59 am

I've said it before, and I'll say it again:  Robert Bloch, one of the leading writers of horror fiction in the U.S., once was asked what he thought was the greatest horror story ever written.  Bloch had a wicked sense of humor; but I doubt he was joking when he replied, "The history of mankind."  He happened to be a Jew, a member of one of the most (the most?) persecuted minority groups in history -- which fact may have given him a special sort of insight into this very sad and very grim reality.

Given the fact that I'm not a billionaire or a powerful politician, there's little I can do about the world.  But I know this (and really I'm speaking only to myself):  I can straighten up my own life so I'll be in a better position to help others.

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Post by Big Fat Heretic on Wed Feb 04, 2015 11:07 am

Earl wrote:I've said it before, and I'll say it again:  Robert Bloch, one of the leading writers of horror fiction in the U.S., once was asked what he thought was the greatest horror story ever written.  Bloch had a wicked sense of humor; but I doubt he was joking when he replied, "The history of mankind."  He happened to be a Jew, a member of one of the most (the most?) persecuted minority groups in history -- which fact may have given him a special sort of insight into this very sad and very grim reality.

Good morning Earl:

Yeah! Speaking of horror fiction . . . . .

I remember back in 2008, I had seen a movie about a distopian society in the future.

It took place in the year 2500 and it was titled IDIOCRACY!

Everyone was retarded, or at least functionally retarded.

It was the result of intelligent people having fewer children while ignorant redneck yokels were breeding like flies, and over the next 500 years, society became dumber and dumber.

The state of Texas is becoming an IDIOCRACY!!!

Of course, I'm not letting the other southern states off the hook either.
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Post by Earl on Wed Feb 04, 2015 6:10 pm

I thought you might be able to relate to this Twilight Zone revival series adaptation of the classic Henry Slesar short story "Examination Day."  It's quite depressing, but its message is valid and relevant.





https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLvu_bPqaL0

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Post by Big Fat Heretic on Mon Feb 09, 2015 6:37 am

Good evening Earl:

Sorry I didn't respond sooner to you in this topic.

I have been busy with other issues, and signing a lot of petitions in my E-mails.

Earl, I know you're not into politics, and you don't vote.

But even so, you could go to websites like, Amnesty International, or Sierra Club, or many other websites like Ultra Violet, and sign petitions on line, and you don't have to make any donations. Yes, they do ask for donations on the next page after you clicked to sign a petition, but even if you don't make any donations, you can still always go back to the websites to sign more new petitions.

And it works!!! Because actions have successfully been taken as a result of the number of people signing these on line petitions. Tom Wheeler of the FCC is going to institute Title II for Net Neutrality, thanks to thousands of people like me signing petitions.

So, you don't have to be a political animal like me. Just sign a few petitions once in awhile. OK?

Anyway . . . . . . .

Yeah, I watched the YouTube video you posted on the Twilight Zone. I remember seeing this new color version of the Twilight Zone back in 1985, the year that my mother died.

I actually broke down and cried after watching this. But, I'm still very glad you posted it. Thank you.

At 9:40 in the video "This is the government educational service calling. Your son, Richard Gordian Junior has completed the government examination and the results have been analyzed. We regret to inform you, your son's intelligences quotient has exceeded the government's standard. According to rule 84 section 5 of the new code you may specify now if you wish the body interred by the government. Or would you prefer private burial?"

Oh WOW!!!

So, I had posted a comment under the video. Here's a copy of my comment.


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OK, I have been scrolling down through all the comments going back about three years. To some of you who have been dissing on Obama and the Democratic party, I have this to say . . . . .

It's Christian Fundie Republicans who want to have Creationism taught in public school science classes. I live in Texas (I'm ashamed to admit) and Texas Republicans are against teaching critical thinking or Higher Order Thinking Skills, what they call HOTS, because they believe that it undermines parental authority.

I'm 63 years old, and back in 1965 and when I was 13 years old I scored 150 points on a standard IQ test.

But, I once got suspended from school because I failed to climb a rope in the gymnasium. Oh no! Never mind that I was unable to climb the stupid rope in the gym because of my crippled up left knee, due to having been in a car accident. Never mind that I was passing all my other academic subjects like, SCIENCE AND MATH!!!

But, NNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

Sports and athletics was more important than academics!

Yeah! Sports and religion!

The future distopian society as depicted in this Twilight Zone video is what would be the result if we let the Republicans have their way with us.

The Republicans all their panties in a bunch and have been crapping in their diapers since 2009 because we have a black President, and all the FOX tards are pissing in their pants because of a black astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and his new COSMOS Space Time Odyssey.

And in our high schools, the science nerds and techno geeks get bullied around by the sports fans and the jocks.

Here in El Paso, Texas where I live (again, ashamed to admit) back in 2013 our City Hall building and our Insights science Museum was torn down to make room for a new sports arena. When I had voiced my opposition to the new sports arena, I was told that I was "what's wrong with America" and I have even been told that the physically handicapped should be eliminated, and that kids who are physically handicapped should not even be allowed in our schools if they're unable to participate in sports.

Way back in the 1960s when I was in the 5th grade, I had my first male teacher who was a sports-obsessed tyrant who liked to humiliate me in the gym. One day when we were checking out books from the school library, I saw this one book on astronomy that I wanted to check out. My teacher would not allow me to have the book, we got into an argument over it, and he dragged me out into the hallway, pushed me back against the wall, bashing the back of my head against the corner of the concreted block wall.

The following year, that teacher was fired.

But for me the damage was done. I had a severe head concussion and for years afterward, during my teenage years I had headaches and dizzy spells until I was in my early 20s.

Oh! When I was 14 years old, I got suspended from school for a few years because I told a PE coach to go to Hell.

So, we as a society already punish the bright kids in our schools while granting extra privileges to drooling moronic jocks who can't even read above the 2ed grade level.

OK, allow me to post a link to another YouTube video . . .

Teaching Children - Carl Sagan (Science) vs (Religion) Jesus Camp
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjrjE8LHOVs

The first half of the video shows Carl Sagan visiting his former 4th grade class and having a discussion with the kids about space exploration.

That was really cool.

The second half of the video shows Becky Fischer brain-washing innocent little children at Jesus Camp.

That really sucked!

So, if we are heading toward the future distopian society as depicted in the above Twilight Zone video, then, we can blame it on the sports culture, the Republican party, and right-wing Christian fundamentalists.

I rest my case!
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OK, Earl:

I understand that you and Mrs. Earl both interpret the Bible literally. I really don't have a problem with that. OK?

But, I do have a problem with those people like Ken Ham, Ray Comfort, Kirk Cameron, Eric Hovind (son of jailbird, Kent Hovind) Ian Juby, and Becky Fischer, etc. etc. etc. when they brain-wash little children, and try to force their beliefs on the rest of us, and try to influence politicians to support their tax exempt institutions with our tax dollars, and try to have Creationism inserted into public school science textbooks. Ken Ham of AiG, Answers in Genesis, is all pissed off because tax payers refuse to fund his Noah's Ark theme park. His park would discriminate against potential employees if they are not Christians, and not of his denomination.

So, these right-wing Christian Fundies expect tax payers to support them when they are tax exempt!

That's when I have a problem. A real problem!!!

You're cool . . . . . because unlike those others, like, Becky Fischer, you like to read Harry Potter.

But, on the other hand, Becky Fischer says that if Harry Potter were living back in the days of the Old Testament, he would have been stoned to death.

I have seen the series of YouTube videos titled Jesus Camp back in 2009. But the series was taken down because of some copyright issues, however, short segments from Jesus Camp can still be shown under the DMCA Fair Use clause, for the purpose of instruction, commentary, or parody.

Anyway . . . . .

Here's a YouTube video I would like you to see, and I would like your opinion on it. OK?


Teaching Children - Carl Sagan (Science) vs (Religion) Jesus Camp



And here's the direct link to the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjrjE8LHOVs

The first half of the video is beautiful!!! It's really cool.

Carl Sagan visits his old 6th grade classroom, and is talking to the kids about space exploration, and showing photos taken by the Voyager space craft. You can see the kids are all very happy!!!

I loved Carl Sagan! And when he died back in the summer of 1996, I was in the public library, using the Internet before I had my own computer. I actually broke down and cried, right there in the library, when I read the news of his death.

Here is a quote from Carl Sagan.

"It has been my immense good fortune to have parents and some teachers who encouraged this odd ambition [to become an astronomer] and to live in this time, the first moment in human history when we are, in fact, visiting other worlds and engaging in a deep reconnaissance of the Cosmos."
~ Carl Sagan - COSMOS - Chapter VII - The Backbone of Night - page 169 ~

Carl Sagan grew up in Brooklyn, raised in a poor family during the depression. His mother was Jewish. So, according to Judaism, if the mother was Jewish, that would make him Jewish by birth, even if he became an atheist, he was still Jewish from birth.

Of course, when I was a kid, living in Carlton, Minnesota, a small isolated and corrupt little fiefdom with a population of about 800 in northern Minnesota, I was not as fortunate to have good teachers to encourage my pursuit in wanting to study Astronomy. NO! In the 5th grade, I had my head bashed against a brick wall, God damn it!!!

Perhaps if I have lived in a much larger city, I would have gone to a much better school and had much better teachers.

Anyway . . . . . that's neither here nor there. What's been done, can't be undone. You can't un-ring a bell, and you can't put the toothpaste back inside the tube.

OK, the second half of the video absolutely SUCKS!!!

Here is a quote from Becky Fischer of Jesus Camp.



"It's no wonder, with that kind of intense training and disciplining, that those young people are ready to kill themselves for the cause of Islam. I wanna see young people who are as committed to the cause of Jesus Christ as the young people are to the cause of Islam. I wanna see then as radically laying down their lives for the Gospel as they are over in Pakistan and Israel and Palestine and all those different places, you know, because we have . . . excuse me, but we have the truth!"
~ Becky Fischer, Christian summer camp director, in Jesus Camp (2006) ~

I hate and despise Becky Fischer!

She has been brain-washing these innocent little children.

You should see the sad expressions in their innocent little eyes, and some of the kids have their faces painted with war paint and doing a war dance.

Sure, the kids are cheering, but they're not really happy. I see the look of fear on their sad little faces.

I HATE Becky Fischer!!! She should just eat some pie and shut the fuck up!!!

Well . . . . . the Jesus Camp was eventually shut down.

These innocent children were being inspired to become warriors!!!

Back in 2009, I had seen the entire documentary, Jesus Camp, on YouTube before it was taken down due to some copyright issues.

It was late at night when I watched the series of videos, and it gave me nightmares!!!

I should have watched it during the day instead.

So, I compare the happy faces of the kids in Carl Sagan's former 6th grade class, and the sad faces of the kids in Becky Fischer's Jesus Camp.

Children have a natural curiosity of the world around them and are always asking questions, and good parents and good teachers naturally support and encourage their curiosity.

But Becky Fischer of Jesus Camp does not support or encourage children's natural curiosity, and she actually suppresses them, and has been brain-washing them!!!

It's because . . . . . WE SAY SO, AND THE BIBLE SAYS SO!!! DON'T QUESTION IT!!!

While Carl Sagan, when he was still living, he was reaching out to young kids, encouraging them to ask questions and to seek knowledge.

But, Becky Fischer, she wants to see children laying down their lives for the Gospel. It's a good thing that Jesus Camp was eventually shut down, because if it was still going strong, Becky Fischer might even start encouraging children to kill for Christ, and commit terrorist acts for Christ.

I wish Carl Sagan were still living and that Becky Fischer was DEAD!!!

I absolutely HATE that psycho bitch!!!

Anyway . . . . .

I have seen more recent videos put up by some of the kids who have grown up since they had left Jesus Camp.

I have seen how they have been effected by their experiences, and many of them will be screwed up for the rest of their lives because of it.

OK, now I need to add . . . . .

There is a 90 year old man, a Christian, who has been feeding homeless people in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Now, I don't know if he's a Fundamentalist who takes the Bible literally, or not, and I don't care one way or the other. He could believe the moon is cheese for all I care!

All I know is that he's a good and decent person who's been feeding the homeless, and he does not force his religious beliefs on anyone. He doesn't care if you're a Christian or not, or an atheist, or if you're straight or gay. He only cares about feeding the homeless. That's his gig.

Oh! But, NO NO NO!!! Fort Lauderdale has passed a city ordinance making it illegal to feed the homeless, and he's gone to jail because of it!

I have signed petitions on line to have them drop the charges against him, and to have him released from jail.

So, what is this all about?

Whoever passed the city ordinance making it illegal to feed the homeless, they are Republicans, and they even profess to be good Christians.

Yeah! We actually have some Christians hating on other Christians!

Just like Ken Ham of AiG, Answers in Genesis, who's been expecting tax payers to support his stupid Noah's Ark theme park, while discriminating against people, even other Christians who are not of his denomination.

And Becky Fischer looks like someone who would probably snatch food away from a homeless person, she's such and evil psycho bitch! Yeah! She makes us fat people look bad.

I have even given a few dollars, and a cigar to a homeless person myself whenever I could. And I don't even care if he/she spends it on some beer. If I had been living in Fort Lauderdale, Florida I probably would have gone to jail for it.

Well, anyway . . . . .

In the meantime . . . . .

Please do watch the video I have posted, and let me know what you think.

Thank you!


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