Archive for April 22nd, 2012

Who Wants a Medal? Raise Your Hand

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

They Should Be Fired For Stupidity

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

This is Dania, the 24-year old Colombian “escort” who blew the whistle on the Secret Service. After she spent the night with one of the advance men, he offered her $30.  $30!?  Did he really think a professional girlfriend like this goes for $30/night?  Or was he thinking he could just throw her out and there was nothing she could do about it?

A coworker of the guy was even dumber.  He didn’t want to pay his overnight guest because he thought she “just liked him.” Right. Actually this is one of the most pathetic lines hookers hear.

Maybe these sharpies didn’t notice the security cameras in the lobbies or the fact both women had to sign-in at the front desk for identification purposes.

There’s probably no truth to the rumors that their previous advance job was at the Government Accountability Office’s convention in Las Vegas – or, upon being introduced the women said, “it will be a business doing pleasure with you.”

Don’t Ask ME

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

What could Stephen Hawking, Gypsy Rose Lee, and I possibly have in common? We’re agnostics as in: ‘God?  How the hell would I know?’ Further, I consider myself a militant agnostic: “I don’t know and you don’t either.”

To me, you can’t “know” there’s some superior force in the universe – you can only have faith.  You got that as a gift?  Good for you.

You can’t logically be an atheist and believe “no there’s no God” because our limited minds could never fathom every aspect of the universe.  We can’t even imagine the possible reference points or the different dimensions of infinity. It would be like trying to explain the internet to my cats.

Yassar Arafat, a murderous terrorist, said, “Arguing about religion is like saying, ‘My imaginary friend can beat up your imaginary friend.'”

At any rate, I came across a fascinating web site: ‘Celebrity Atheists’.  It also lists religious celebrities and agnostics like me.  When it comes to religion, agnostics don’t make the ‘sign of the cross’ – we shrug our shoulders.