The next priest who says this to me in any forum whatsoever, who tells me how much he wants to say out loud the things I say here, but who just can’t because of his bishop or his religious superior or because of his job,
I’ve got to go home now, so I don’t want any moaning in the commboxes. Man up, people. I’m about to go home for the day, so here’s a little advice and some viewing recommendations to get the blood moving. 1 – Don’t kill yourselves
We’ve done everything possible to prepare. You know your jobs and we’re the meanest baddasses in the galaxy. If everybody stays calm and does their job, we’re all going to be OK. The embargo is up at noon our time, which means y’all are going
“Politicians, wisely, refuse to answer hypothetical questions from journalists about what they will do in hypothetical situations. Perhaps one should follow their lead. Why put ones head above a parapet before any conceivable moral obligation to do so is clear? But there seem to be
“An unfortunate clash of ideals” Gavin McInnes summarizes the Parisian narrative: “An Israeli train, made in America, crashed and killed a bunch of people.” And the Parisians are saddened, so they’re doing what people do when there’s been an accident. “It’s time for irrational hatred.