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It's Back to the Future!
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 14, 2019:
Unfortunately sometimes as in the case of 1984, the powers that be took one look at it and said, "Hey great idea, now how can we convince people to want those telescreens in the homes?"
“Old Yeller” - 1957. ??
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 14, 2019:
The story of a boy, his dog, his gun and what happens when one get in the way of the other.
This is going to be how I manage the store today
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 14, 2019:
You know since it was proven by Capaldi's doctor that he can choose his own face, why did they not simply cast Alex Kingston as the doctor? I think she would have been brilliant.
Recently seen lurking in "Food Glorious Food" was one of the best malapropism's that I have ever ...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 14, 2019:
Squeaking of garlic
Is there anybody who can come up with a valid reason to justify letting someone commit a crime ...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 14, 2019:
Depends of the ethics and the morality of the person in charge. To allow the committing of crimes against the populous in order to cause moral panic, so as to push through otherwise unpopular laws with the promise of greater safety is a common practice. The Burning of the Reichstag was a particularly notable example of this, as was the assassination of archduke Ferdinand. The permitting or instigating of crime has also been a tactic of intelligence agencies around the word for centuries, the excuse always being it was either for "The greater good" or that "The end justifies the means" Two doctrines I find abominable, the latter more than the former.
? just a pretty face....
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
Amazing what you can do with collagen, botox and photoshop
?Create a caption yourself....
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
Damn no one told me I was allergic to bee stings
Open Discussion. Easter traditions based on forklore from Mary of Magdela.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
The Magdalene is a fascinating historical character, even down to contention about her nom de guerre. You refer to her as Mary of Magdela, which is common enough but is none the less wrong, she is biblically and elsewhere known as Mary *that is called* the Magdalene. In the same way that Peter is referred to as Simon *that is called* Peter As James and John *that are called* boanerges It is nothing to do with the Galilean town of Magdela which was little more than three tents and a Donkey at the presumed time of Jesus, not the sort of place where an obviously wealthy family of two sisters and a brother. Would they or could they live and be visited by Jesus and his hoard? 12 apostles, each with disciples of their own, families, supplies, all being able to accommodated in the home of The Magdalene? This then is perhaps the real root of her name :- Peter means Rock Boanerges means Sons of Thunder Magdalene means Tower. She perhaps owned and lived in a home big enough to have a tower, or was herself a towering figure, socially high ranked. Alternately, she may have come from another place called Magdela. There is a city of Magda then as now in Egypt, but more intriguingly, back then Magdala was the capital city of Sheba, modern day Ethiopia meaning she was probably black. An idea backed up by the proliferation of so called Black Madonnas found all over the Languedoc region of France, a place where according to French and theological history the Magdalene fled after the ascension, according to one source, the Gnostic Gospel of Mary Magdalene, she took refuge from the terrible revenge threatened to her by Simon Peter. It is a fact that the alleged skull of Mary Magdalene can still be found in the South of France in the once Gallo Roman town of Villa Latta or Tégulata, in St. Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume church, from whence it paraded every Magdalene’s day July 22nd. What is intriguing is that in the historical record is it is claimed she arrive in Languedoc with a full entourage of people including her beloved maidservant Sarah. Sarah who is specifically mentioned as “Also being black skinned”. However since her name is in a list of people the other half of the “also” is unclear, but as a maidservant to Mary, who is it likely to be? If we go with this theory for a moment, Mary was a rich Ethiopian living in Bethany (as the bible tells us) Likewise neither Martha or Lazarus are Jewish names, Lazarus hints at being Egyptian as it is a shortened Greek version of Eleazar who was an Egyptian Priest who helped Moses flee Egypt. Martha However is not a name at all it is Aramaic word for Serving Girl. So we are faced with not a brother and two sisters, but a noble woman accompanied by a priest and her servant living a rich life style ...
This is logic everyone and it should be prevailing but chances are that someone will be offended by ...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
What about Don't like your children being shot in their schools by lunatics with readily and legally available firearms? or Don't like being mugged, burgaled or otherwise robbed by drug addicted junkies desperate for cash for a fix? Sometimes the "rights" of others have to be withdrawn or curtailed, that is why for example we made paedophilia, slavery and public dueling illegal and people used the same arguments for those as you are making here.
Open discussion. Zoroastrianism and the influence on Abrahamic religions.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
Abraham was almost certainly a Zoroastrianist his monotheism and dualism come have come from almost no where else. Abraham introduced the concept of angels again an element of Zoroastrianism (to be clear angels in the patriarchal stories of the bible do not have wings, that came from Egypt later Zoroastrianism's angels are shining beings who dress in black to dull their "glory") He popularised the God and Devil conflict from the twin deities of Ahura Mazda and Ahriman. Many Zoroastrianist converted to Christianity believing him to be the second coming of Zarathustra who had foretold his return as the child of a virgin mother who would conceive after baptism in a sacred pool. I think there is no question whatsoever that The house of Israel emerged from Zoroastrianism.
This must be the time of the greatest number of political agnostics throughout history.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
I'll be interested to see if the vote tonight makes illegal a no deal brexit. If it does, that basically ties the hands of the government, they are faced with asking/pleading for a March 29th extension from the EU, if they refuse then the ONLY choice is to withdraw the application to leave. Exit brexit.
Food Fight! Happy Pi day!
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
As Mel Brooks once said
? I love this top.....
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
Very 1960's
Little Red Riding Hood wasn't very nice.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
If you can't tell the difference between your granny and carnivorous canine Red, what a small brain you have.
I won't explain.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
Of course if you don't look but smile at anyone else, you're likely to get an angry comment like "Oi gay boy what's wrong with me!"
It's dangerous people!
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
Reminds of the time in my youth when My brother and I attended a real Ale night, after consuming about ten pints of delicious beers we treated ourselves to a ham sandwich and then began drinking again. The following morning the inevitable result saw many calls to Ralph on the big white . Later in the day my bro rang me up to ask if I had been sick as a dog, I replied yes and was told "Yeah me too, I think those ham sandwiches were off"
More antivaxx logic, for your dining pleasure!
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
Brilliant love that sort of parody.
Are Doctor Who and New Who the same show?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
It is the same show but different production affiliates old Who was produced by BBC children's television, Nu Who is produced by BBC Cymru Wales and over the years a few affiliates in Canada and elsewhere. New who is a direct continuation of Old who and both are canon to the other.
"What will you do to me?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
Very nicely written ?
Will mankind still be here in 300 years?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
At the rate we are going will mankind still be here in 300 hours?
‘MI5 decision not to tell police about ‘paedophile’ Thatcherite MP ‘matter of regret’, spy...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
Many believe that the only way Thatcher became leader of the Tories and PM was that she had the evidence to tie Prime Minister Edward Heath to a paedophile network and a number of those later arrested in operation yewtree. So this does not surprise me
How to deal with Jehovah's witnesses []
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
So funny, but couldn't place what show it came from till I recognised Ron Bane, pretty sure this is from the short lived BBC Scotland show "Laugh??? I Nearly Paid My Licence Fee" from 1984 or it could be from an episode of Rab C. Nesbitt or it's precursor Naked Video
Jury duty. This might get me thru.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
That has made my day
I'm just having a rant because I can! I've just agreed to do a difficult 12 and a half hour shift...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
Rank hath its privileges. An unpleasant but inevitable truth.
A few years ago I was asked to roast one of my best friends for his 50th b’day.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
I tried to roast my friend once, he kept falling off the spit.
Fun Fact I bet you didn't know this...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
It is also intriguing when astronomers describe ours as a small galaxy
I would for sure..
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
There is a great urban legend about Neil Armstrong. Apparently after the one small step announcement as he set for on the moon, Armstrong can on recording be heard to mutter "Good luck, Mr. Gorsky" as he took his first steps. For years it was debated who "Mr. Gorsky" might be and during the writing of Armstrong's biography it was discovered the Gorsky family lived next door to the Armstrongs during Neil's childhood. Their grandson related to the biographer that his grandfather had been fond of relating the story that Neil must have overheard his wife yelling at Grandpa out of the open bedroom window on various occasions that she would perform oral sex for Mr Gorsky when *" that damn kid next door walks on the moon"* Hence "Good luck, Mr. Gorsky"
Posting this mostly for the verb form that means to ridicule, which I ran across in a novel, but ...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
Though all of these are pronounced Guy now after the standardization of movable type many letters and variations on vowels faded form use or were replaced with the 26 letters we have today. Foremost amongst this was the replacement of the the old letter "Thorn" þ prononced "th" it was in printed text replaced with the letter "y" this is why Thee is often mistakenly pronounced Ye and why Thou became You. Guy therefore from the time predating printing could have been pronounced Gee Goo-yu Gie Goye Goeth Goth and of course guy among others Now all are pronounced guy.
? here's a pic of a string bikini gone wild! ? but I'd still wear it!
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
Nice bit of macrame
I do, however, have a "No Solicitation" sign...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
I remember when I was a stake missionary with the LDS going through a training session and being told that if a home had no solicitation sign on the door to ignore it because *"Saving someone's soul is more important than respecting their privacy"*
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 11, 2019:
Looks more like a 2 year old who has just soiled himself.
We've been using them forever..
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 11, 2019:
The new design for Doctor Who's Turdis
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 11, 2019:
Alexander's cutting of the Gordian Knot is often used (by political extremists) as a metaphor for the dubious doctrine of "Might makes Right" since the whole point of Gordius' test was to find a wise, problem solving king, Alexanders solution was to declared that wisdom is nothing compared to force of arms and that there is no problem that cannot be solved by a simple act of destruction. It is also the origin of the modern phrase "Cutting through the red tape" a favourite maxim of Trumpty Dumpty that has proven intractably false for him, since the constitution of the USA is made of stronger red tape than his little sword is capable of severing.
Let the sunshine in..
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
Does this explain the rising popularity of anal bleaching?
Tickled my funny bone...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
Clever ?
Just one reason why children should just be children and free of symbolism like this.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
no link
Two beggars are sitting side by side on a street in Rome.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
Reminds of the tale of the two beggars in Rome taken in to the Vatican at Christmas for a charity dinner with the pope. After a fine meal, the pope offers the two men a drink. "What do you drink your Holiness?" asks one of the unfortunates. "I enjoy an occasional small glass of Creme De Menthe." says the pope. "We'll join you in one of them then says the other." The three are given a glass each and as they sip it they contemplate the flavour. "It's like drinking humbugs," thinks one. "Like alcoholic tooth paste." thinks the other. The pope bids them good night and goes off to bed, telling them to make themselves at home and for Christmas night to help themselves to what ever they want. The two vagrants decide to indulge in a little more drinking, but since it is the popes hosptiality to stick with his preference for libation. After consuming two bottles of Creme De Menthe between them, they are drunkenly shown to bed. The next morning they wake to the mother of all hangovers. As they come down to breakfast and parcels of new clothes and a few Euros to see them on their way one of the hobo's asks his host "Holy Father, is that minty wine the only thing you drink?" "It is indeed my son" replies the pope. "Good bye and may god go with you." Out side on the steps the one tramp turns to the other and says. "If that is his tipple, it is no wonder they have to carry him about in that damn chair."
? hi.. I'm a snow bunny.... You got any snowballs I can with?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
We have a saying in the uk about being cold enough to freeze the brass balls off a pawn broker, I hope he is not in that business
Sorry about the back, I just need to put something in my oven!
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
Not recommended attire when frying
When is it enough?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
They don't, but the USA does in order to have a non Islamic foothold in the Middle east, it is in fact a retainer payment (allegedly)
Just some horsing around here
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
It always confuses me how you USA folk call a scone a biscuit and a biscuit a cookie where as in the UK a cookie is a particular type of biscuit
Does this qualify as erotic?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
Why wouldn't it?
That heinous criminal in Colorado - murdered his wife and their two children to "get them out of the...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
Forgiveness maybe therapeutic for those doing the forgiving, stops them from ripping themselves emotionally for life. HOWEVER forgiving is **not pardoning**, it maybe helpful to forgive, but is it the height of dangerous idiocy to forgive AND *forget* They are still accountable and responsible for their past evil. You forget and pardon the proven potential of the psychotic at your peril and the peril of all others.
Proverbs 19:29 (NKJV): Judgments are prepared for scoffers, And beatings for the backs of fools.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
the 11th commandment, Thou shalt not think about how the rest of this shit makes no sense at all, lest ye be beaten about the head with a holy frying pan.
Facebook strikes again πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
That is like something out of the Goon Show.
Another one for the Redheads Fun Club!
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Why do they always spoil themselves with terrible tattoos
Darwin came out with "On the origin of species" 160 years ago.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Because the one thing human society will never run short of is gullible idiots.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Hey guys this is my first time posting here, I hope i will have my first atheist friend.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Welcome to the outer darkness, now that we have you you can never escape
Please criticize my logic .
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Damn it I come here to get away from this Brexshit
A lad walks in to his parents bedroom to find his dad giving his mom one.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Hope it was his stepdad or else even more disturbing
Mr. Potato Head ?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Truth be told there are probably many wives who wish they could detach it and keep it safe in a secure place when hubby is out alone. And yes I did just realise that can be read two ways
Mind boggling!!
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
or a smile emoji with a wrinkled forehead?
My hero & twin brother. ?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
When I was a child after attending a number of funerals I became convince that the correct words to be recited at an internment were: ***In the name of the Fatherson and in the hole he goes.*** I can only assume the clergymen concerned were either bored or inebriated and were in a hurry to get to the wake afterward.
The South Park story of Joseph Smith.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Love that episode, almost as good as the Scientology one "Tom Cruise won't come out of my closet"
Something worth thinking about: Quote from Bruce Hood -- Psychologist: It seems almost ...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
word salad If you want to be controversial then try reading Jacques Lacan, much more cogent and interesting
I know your god is fake, random Christian who is friends with my Pentecostal aunt.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
hey don't hold back, tell us what you really think
Which is the best? []
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Someone really thought this was a good use of their time to seek out, download, edit together and compile this video of people having a perfectly natural reaction to temperature changes?
US business meeting:
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Thank you Lord for keeping the customers dumb as a box of rocks and for keeping the government happy enough with that that we have leaders with those same rocks in their heads.
I know, I deserve a kick in the caboose for this one
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
funny stuff
Who is your favorite Classic Who Doctor?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Pertwee though Troughton is a very close second
I threw up a little in my mouth... Trump signing Bibles in tornado ravaged AL []
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
# " and, in a very normal post-disaster move, signed Bibles" I just love the way the articles uses this phrase as if in an effort assure people, **"he's not mad as a march hare, really he isn't"**
In Defense of Schadenfreude
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
schadenfreude is the basis of a lot of comedy, and is the set up for tragedy when misfortune evolves in to actual pain or death. I can also morph in to pathos and empathy if handled correctly, taking away the guilt and replacing it with shame with the addition of only a little more information. It is a useful tool for the writer and a social learning experience. The current trend of trying to curb and eliminate emotions that "might cause offence" or "trigger" people will rob a whole generation or more of that societal education and lead to unforeseen consequences that are likely to be horrific
Movies that surprised you for better or worse.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
The Judas Ghost Made on a shoe string budget indie film in England, with a literal nothing budget, scared the hell out of me.
My two favorite hobbiesπŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
that is freaking hilarious, nearly choked on my cola
Is the Catholic Church a force for good?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
Does the pope shit golden hamburgers in the woods?
International Women's Day - What better day than on my birthday! In a world of mortals, we are ...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
Happy Birthday fellow human
Why are people so quick to judge?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
Why are people so quick to judge? WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY THAT???? You intrusive, nosey, prying, inquisitive, busybody, republican horror bag!!!!!
remember the buddy system !
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
Terry Pratchett warned us of this verminous creature that infests many washing machines and feeds upon right footed hosiery only.
Train yourself to let go of everything you are afraid to lose-I've had to do this with losing my ...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
A very Buddhist outlook. However I would offer this advice an alternate maxim
Me in B&W..
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
Did you use a low resolution camera or is the hammered/planished texture photo shopped in later? Either way it is very effective and give a stronger feel to the contrast and breaks up the blending definitively. I really like your work, well done.
How many would do this? ???
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
If you are in a doctors waiting room and a stranger sits down beside you, put a magazine over your lap and start scratching underneath it. Some times they leave skid marks.
She is correct..
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
Claiming that the criticism of a person, ideology or business that happens to have originated amongst the Jewish population as anti-Semitic is denying the right to be an arsehole to all Jews and that is discriminative and ant-Semitic.
Dennis the Menace
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
It is a strange coincidence in the world of comics that in March of 1951 Hank Ketcham created a character called Dennis the Menace in the USA while thousands of miles away in the UK David Law also created a character named Dennis the Menace Completely independently. It was established in court that it was an extraordinary case of simultaneous creation and that both publishers and creators were allowed to continue to use the name.
[agnostic.] [agnostic.] My last two posts... Anyone get alerts for these?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 7, 2019:
Pettifog verb bicker or quibble over trifles or unimportant matters.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 7, 2019:
My favourite film of all time is Theatre of Blood starring Vincent Price Which during the scene parodying the Merchant of Venice contains this great line as a prelude to a particularly gruesome murder Lionheart: Now we come to the part where Portia, with a mean **pettifogging** little piece of legal trickery, saves your life. But we have revised the script.
Happy Birthday Bryan Cranston! Who is Bryan Cranston to you?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 7, 2019:
I know him best as Titanium Rex he aging and adulterous super hero in Super Mansion
Is white a sexy color?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 7, 2019:
Depends, on a nun or a clansman no, on lingerie yes
Reading Sir Terry Pratchett I came to this gem: Context: This is part of the sacred writings of a ...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 7, 2019:
The thief of time is perhaps the most simply satirical of all the Disc world books, brilliant but not really one of my favourites. Even the worst Discworld novels a streets ahead the best most other fantasy writers can come up with.
Texas judge disciplined after claiming God told him defendant was innocent - Houston Chronicle
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 7, 2019:
Oh for fuck sake, retire this loon and up his medication.
How many of yall believe in a historical Jesus? And why?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 7, 2019:
Jesus is not a name it is a title, meaning a Joshua, a common epithet for those claiming to be the foretold messiah, Jesus is just the Latin term. At least nine people around the supposed time of the carpenter of Nazareth used the title, and some of their exploits are weaved in to the Biblical Jesus myth. Two of them are mentioned in the scriptures, those being Jesus Barabbas and "John" the baptist for who there is a lot more historical evidence but none of it relating to a Jesus of Nazareth, however several historical non biblical stories attributed to the Baptist are in the gospels attributed to The Nazarene. The church of John still exists in the form of the Iraqi Mandaeans and in the more controversial claims of of the Alpha Galates organisation and several of its many schisms.
Why do people swear that being atheist/agnostic makes you morally bankrupt?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 7, 2019:
Because they base their reasoning on the false premise that without the threat of Hell and the salvation of Christ, you cannot possibly be responsible for your own moral code. It is of just another veiled threat to back up Religion's unsubstantiated claims of being the guardian of right and wrong.
What's the right word? Scrumpdellicious!
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 7, 2019:
Scrumdiddlyumptious I think you mean.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 7, 2019:
One of my mother's favourite words.
New Test : If you spot the orange juice lose!
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 7, 2019:
Sorry but she looks stoned out of her skull.
I’d like to find some information on the Canaanites and Philistines and all those people ?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 7, 2019:
And you know what, there is hardly any actual historical evidence for these genocidal crusades at all, except for when the the Israelites fought the Hitites, for which there is an historical record from the Hitites basically laughing at the attempted attack by the Israelites and mockingly explaining how they kicked their ass and sent one third of them back to Jerusalem with their tail between their legs, under orders to never come back, with the house of Jacob still claiming a great victory to their own uniformed masses.
As a nonbeliever, do you fear death?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 6, 2019:
I may fear the method and or the pain of my death, but actual death itself is nothing to be feared because it is simply the ceasing of my body functioning.
Old but relevant article on drone civilian casualties, relevant because Trump just cancelled ...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 6, 2019:
And so it begins, it is a very short step from not requiring reports to suppressing reports.
I have read too many profiles that states "agnostic and atheist".
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 6, 2019:
Rubbish, all atheists are agnostic. A-Theist without gods A- Gnosis with out knowledge (of gods in this context) Since to be without gods you must necessarily be without evidence or proof of gods ie. knowledge of said gods. Agnosticism is therefore a composite part of atheism. All atheists are agnostics and all agnostics are to a degree atheistic
Here's a couple new photos of me in B &W.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 6, 2019:
Interesting use of shadow, on the second you might have been better to use a selfie stick for a little more distance and depth. Very nice though.
Priests and other religious leaders who are pedophiles choose the job for the access it provides.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 6, 2019:
Parasites go where the food is and they deserve the same fate.
I don't think that smell will ever come out.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 6, 2019:
I much prefer the old word Stench, much easier to load with sputum and vitriol
She thought it was just a passport photo!
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 6, 2019:
Looks a lot like Nagao Mariya
A bull with wonderful aim must be celebrated.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 6, 2019:
I remember these cartoons appearing in the Mayfair magazine every month, There were various characters, Carrie, Connie, Jane and Wicked Wanda all come to mind, with the basic plot of somehow contriving to get the heroine stripped naked in public by "accident" I could not swear to it but I think the above is a Connie strip from Don Lawrence circa 1976
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 6, 2019:
“HEATHEN, n. A benighted creature who has the folly to worship something that he can see and feel.” Ambrose Bierce The Devil's Dictionary
Very familiar with gullible of course, not so with gull.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 6, 2019:
Shares a root etymology with Guile and to beguile
African witchdoctors arrested for killing/sacrificing children. []
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 5, 2019:
African witchdoctors arrested for killing/sacrificing children. The world condemns the superstitious barbarism The Vatican offers condemnation for the appalling waste.
Hello!!! I am Jamie from Oklahoma.
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 5, 2019:
Welcome, can we assume that since you express such regard for the UK, we can rely on you to spell colour correctly? ?
At 62 yoa I find myself less comfortable disclosing my understanding of reality! The far right ...
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 5, 2019:
It belies the claim that Christianity is a religion of peace. The moment the Christians feel they have any sort of power or authority they begin hurting and bullying anyone they perceive to be lesser than them.
Why are people so opposed to the LGBT community?
LenHazell53 comments on Mar 5, 2019:
Because the lord Jesus Christ hates a great many people but none more so than the homosexual... Family Guy


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