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Thursday, November 29, 2007

Faith or Proof

A commenter at Dean's World made this statement:

It's not so much that God cannot logically exist, it's that there is no proof. I require proof. That's the sort of thinker I am. Not much I can do about that.

I don't believe it is possible to live without any faith at all. All of these people that think they are on a higher intellectual plain, because they cannot simply believe in God without proof are fooling themselves.

A person simply can't live a fulfilled life without any faith at all. If you spend your life requiring proof without ever just having some faith, your life will suck.

FAITH — noun
  1. Confident belief in the truth, value, or trustworthiness of a person, idea, or thing.
  2. Belief that does not rest on logical proof or material evidence. See Synonyms at belief, trust.
  3. Loyalty to a person or thing; allegiance: keeping faith with one's supporters.
  4. often Faith Christianity The theological virtue defined as secure belief in God and a trusting acceptance of God's will.
  5. The body of dogma of a religion: the Muslim faith.
  6. A set of principles or beliefs.

You have to have faith or trust in things or people. You won't always have proof and even when you do, the proof can be wrong. Then what happens? Does your life collapse? You don't want to believe in a higher being? Fine don't. But don't fool yourself into thinking that you don't because you require proof. You don't require proof, you don't want proof. You choose not to believe out of fear. It's easier to live your life however you please, if you don't have to answer for it in the end. Cowardice is what that is, not higher critical thinking.

Posted by Rosemary on 11.29.2007. 58 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Why Am I Suddenly Craving Brownies?

"This photo provided by the Florida Highway Patrol shows a State Police cruiser covered with bags of marijuana Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2007. The Florida Highway Patrol says anyone missing two big bags of pot can call their Tampa area office."

HT: Ace

Posted by Rosemary on 11.28.2007. 4 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Well, I'm ...

Putting up the Christmas tree today. I'm also decorating the outside with lots of pretty lights. Have you done yours already?

Posted by Rosemary on 11.28.2007. 5 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

The Top 5 Reasons You Are...

  • A. Democrat.
  • B. Republican.
  • C. Independent.
  • D. Sick of Politics.

Real answers, not just Bush's name 5 times.

Posted by Rosemary on 11.27.2007. 70 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Monday, November 26, 2007

Ain't That The Truth!

I'm behind on the Bill Maher but I did read this and just spewed diet Coke:

New Rule: You don't have to recall things that would make people sick anyway.

General Mills has recalled five million Jeno's frozen pizzas because they might be contaminated with E. coli. Couldn't they just as easily say they're recalling five million strains of E. coli because they might be contaminated with Jeno's pizza? I mean, what's the difference? One gives you stomach cramps and diarrhea, and the other is E. coli!

Seriously! My stomach is is making sympathetic gurgling sounds in response...

Posted by Rosemary on 11.26.2007. 3 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Sunday, November 25, 2007

Scam IRS Mail

I just got an email from the "IRS", not, looking for my banking info and pin - so I can get a refund. Looked real good except the email address was crap. I reported it but I'm going to publish it later, in case, anyone else gets one. The IRS uses a .gov email address, not any other.

Posted by Rosemary on 11.25.2007. 4 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Saturday, November 24, 2007

Stickarena

Stickarena is a very fun game that I play, it's a pretty basic flash game. All you do is find weapons in the stage you're in and kill the other people playing. You have a basic time limit of 5 minutes to do so. It gets very addicting especially if you can hack. And, of course, being the Prince of All Evil, I figured out how to do so.

I don't want to do all of the typing, so I'll just give you all some links. Hacking system I found right here this is my best hacking system that I have found . this one here is more simple to use. Well, if you decide you want to play and find me, my name is yomommaxxx. If you play I hope these hackers will help a little bit. Last thing, to download it you have to scroll down a little bit then the first download word that you see is it.

Posted by Jake, The Prince of All Evil on 11.24.2007. 7 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Happy Thanksgiving!

It's been a rough year for many of us. Despite that, today is a day to give thanks and reflect on all the good things in your life. Spend this day basking in the glow of only the good things and put the anger, the sadness and the worry away.

Think only about life's blessings and be thankful. I have more to be thankful for than I have to be angry, sad and worried about. Lately, I've spent way too much time focusing on the negative stuff. Not today. Today is all about the good.

So, to you my Peeps, I want to say that I am very thankful for you. Each and every one of you. The regulars, the lurkers and the ones that pop in occasionally.

Happy Thanksgiving! I love you guys! [Shep too]

Posted by Rosemary on 11.22.2007. 3 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Journeyman: One of the best shows... that nobody watches.

by Jerry

Networks make me sick. A few years ago one of the best shows on TV was cancelled due to poor ratings in its 2nd season. That show was called Sports Night. In today's television marketplace most shows don't even get that long. For example, my new favorite show Journeyman on NBC is on a death watch right now. It's a great show, with terrific writing. The problem is that it follows Heroes, and that show is suffering from a sophomore slump. People are getting bored with the "lost" aspect of Heroes and turn off Journeyman because they've already wasted one hour.

If Journeyman followed Heroes last season, NBC would have a Monday night juggernaut once again. Heck, had this been Heroes FIRST season, they'd probably be on the short list too. Instead, the sharks are swirling waiting for the Fonz to jump. Journeyman is a great show. I encourage you to watch it. Especially any Nielson families.

For more info on the show click here

Posted by Jerry Kondraciuk on 11.21.2007. 6 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Funniest Campaign Ad So Far...

He's has no chance but damn... That is a great ad.

HT: Michael

Posted by Rosemary on 11.21.2007. 0 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Pooped But Amazed

I'm pretty exhausted. I've been running around like a headless chicken for about a month. I'll be going like this for another week or two and then I can just settle in and chill till Christmas. Well, if you don't count the Christmas shopping, I'll be chillin'.

Anywhoo, on to the amazing part. Jake is writing on the blog and I think that is really super cool. His brother is writing as well. Our little boy, who is 34 months old, can legibly write the entire alphabet, in both cases. Yes, peeps, both upper and lower cases. It's rudimentary but LEGIBLE. He's NOT EVEN 3 yet!

Children are so damn amazing. Nothing in life can be better than being a parent. Nothing.

Posted by Rosemary on 11.21.2007. 1 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Monday, November 19, 2007

This show is awesome

This show that I watch is very cool, it is a ninja action show and it advertises on tv all the time. It is called Naruto. This show is the American version and it's about halfway through the season now. I have already seen all 226 episodes, so I watch the version that will be out in a few years. If you don't like your kids watching stuff with swearing, then don't let them watch the version that I watch. It's called Narutoshippuden.

If you don't want them to watch the one with swearing, then let them watch the clean version. It's on every Saturday at 9:00pm EST on Cartoon Network. by the way the theme song is awesome

Posted by Jake, The Prince of All Evil on 11.19.2007. 10 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Yeah, I Did It

I gave my 10 year old permission to blog. Why? Well, two reasons. First, if I'm busy he can help me out and keep the blog active.

The second and more important reason, he's taking creative writing in school. The kid, like most kids, hates homework. Blogging is fun and it will help him develop as a writer. He says that he didn't get the "writing gene" from Dean and I. I told him that I don't have a "writing gene" either, Dean does. My writing just naturally improved the longer I blogged. Practice makes perfect and all that. Once he gets good writing about stuff he likes, he'll be better equipped to write about the stuff he doesn't.

I gave him "homework" only, like I did with vegetables, I gave it a different name to make it palatable. I also told him that, if, he did a good job and liked blogging, I'd set him up with his own blog.

Posted by Rosemary on 11.18.2007. 12 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Friday, November 16, 2007

I Didn't Know I Couldn't Do It...

Posted by Rosemary on 11.16.2007. 7 Comments 0 Trackbacks
if you have an annyoying son who says hes bored

there is a game that i really like it is called fiesta it sounds like a party game from the name but its not its a fighting game and its really cool. just go to www.outspark.com.then just download and have fun. there problem solved

Posted by Jake, The Prince of All Evil on 11.16.2007. 6 Comments 0 Trackbacks
uhh he's weried XD

this guy is too weried he sometimes gives me nightmares D:

Posted by Jake, The Prince of All Evil on 11.16.2007. 4 Comments 0 Trackbacks
hide me hes scary!

this guy is uhh kinda a video game freak lol

Posted by Jake, The Prince of All Evil on 11.16.2007. 0 Comments 0 Trackbacks
My Mom Gave Me The Keys

I'm only 10 and I can't swear. Please remember that when you comment on my stuff. If I swear, I'll be so grounded and that will really suck. I'm serious!

So, what should I blog about? Online gaming, Xbox, Wii, Playstation and cool youtube vids? What do you people want from me, I'm only 10?!

Something for your enjoyment. I have homework. Man, that's like the only thing that woman says to me. Talk about evil...by the way another funny is halo funny situations just watch my vid and go to the bottom when its over and scroll around there until you find it!

Posted by Jake, The Prince of All Evil on 11.16.2007. 26 Comments 0 Trackbacks
I Can't Stop Laughing.....................

Via: Balloon Juice

Posted by Rosemary on 11.16.2007. 0 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Blog Fight!!!

A Lefty and a Right.

From the Right side, Patterico says:

Democrat blogger John Cole is appalled that I have opened a debate on the morality of waterboarding admitted mass murderers for less than three minutes if it were 100% certain to save thousands of lives. To express his disgust, he solicits his readers’ opinions as to whether he should physically assault me. Most agree that he should.

UPDATE: John says this post of mine “may be one of the dumbest posts ever” because, after all, it was just a hypothetical and it didn’t name me. (Ha, ha! Get it?) Apparently it never occurred to him that his post would send his commenters into a frenzy of discussion about how much fun it would be to commit violence to me.

John knew that his lefty faithful would go after Patterico like lifers in San Quentin would at the sight of a fresh cornhole exposed in the shower. His comment section is like a frothy circle jerk these days. Makes it loads of fun. I spend lots of time there now. When I'm sad and lonely, I just read Cole's comment section. Especially now that my beloved Michael is posting there now. [Happy Belated Birthday Baby!]

From the Left side, John Cole says:

Look, I genuinely like Patterico, but with this gem, he broke out the big red nose and funny shoes for what may be one of the dumbest posts ever:

Democrat blogger John Cole is appalled that I have opened a debate on the morality of waterboarding admitted mass murderers for less than three minutes if it were 100% certain to save thousands of lives. To express his disgust, he solicits his readers’ opinions as to whether he should physically assault me. Most agree that he should.

Where was this alleged ‘solicitation?’ This hypothetical mocking his ridiculous torture hypothetical. Patterico- it was just a hypothetical, boss. And just like your hypothetical, neither is rooted in reality (not to mention the hypothetical never even mentioned you).

And since I like you, I will just assume you were joking.

*** Update ***

Apparently I lack the class of the great one:

But there’s nothing irresponsible about talking to that crowd about committing violent acts on conservatives. I’m sure if Michelle Malkin ever did the reverse — “mocking” a liberal by talking about kicking him, while addressing an audience predisposed to think liberals are less than human — John Cole would take it in stride as just joshin’.

Of course, that would never happen. Because Michelle Malkin has far more class than John Cole ever will.

What is more absurd than absurd? Absurder? And is there another Michelle Malkin out there?

At any rate, before he gets another set of the vapors, someone please tell Patterico that Jeff Goldstein at PW has never actually cock-slapped anyone.

Gives me the chills. I love it when grown men get all macho with their keyboards.

One thing though, I'm pretty sure that Jeff Goldstein did cockslap a guy once when he started shouting about building 7 and steel can't be melted by fire...
Of course, I might have just dreamed that.

Posted by Rosemary on 11.16.2007. 10 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Kos vs. Rove

Ara informs the Daily Kos faithful that Kos and Rove will be doing election coverage for Newsweek.

Naturally, everyone thinks Kos will kick Rove's ass but that is more wishful thinking than fact. Fact is Kos is a pretty shitty writer and an even shittier analyst. Just ask the guy who lost to Joe Lieberman, I can't even remember his name. That's how much Kos influenced that election, he couldn't even get rid of Joe (I love the taste of Bush's ass) Lieberman.

Rove didn't become Rove because he was lucky, Rove is smart. Evil, scary smart. Kos is just an angry little turd. He knows how to cultivate anger and make money off irrational people. That does not make him a savvy political advisor or even savvy commentator. He's more Vince McMahon than Edward R. Murrow. He's more Madonna than Walter Cronkite. Good packaging, shit product. Kos is in over his head and the end of his 15 minutes will commence with his first Election 2008 Newsweek article.

I can't wait!

Posted by Rosemary on 11.16.2007. 4 Comments 0 Trackbacks
The Winner of Last Night's Debate Is...

Me! Because I didn't watch it. I watched "Are you Smarter than a 5th Grader?" instead.

My non-viewing analysis is this:

Obama continues to disappoint and further proves that I was right and he's not ready for the big chair.

Clinton had to answer pointed questions designed to make her look bad. She didn't look bad. She's a Clinton, CNN newspeeps... Clintons are like kryponite to lackwits in the news industry.

Edwards looked mighty pretty but proved, once again, that beauty really is only skin deep.

Dodd was probably really smart and had great answers. Nobody cares, sorry Chris.

Biden still controlled his desire to talk on and on. Most likely made a lot of sense and had good ideas on Foreign policy. Your Base doesn't care, you aren't pretty, sweet or prepared to give away trillions of dollars on programs designed to "improve" our health and safety. By safety, we don't mean terrorists, we mean smokers and fatty foods. More bans! More laws! Stop what we do to ourselves! Except all sex acts and abortions. Those are okay, unless, there is foot tapping. Ban foot tapping!

Kucinich is still bat shit crazy but an entertaining little fucker.

Anyone else? If there is, then it's time they dropped out of the race...

Posted by Rosemary on 11.16.2007. 2 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Who Is Gonna Be #100?

99 comments in the thread Two Peas in a Pod and counting...

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Posted by Rosemary on 11.14.2007. 4 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Who Hates More?

Dave Price links to a WSJ piece by Peter Berkowicz about Bush hatred. Berkowicz talks about experiences he's had as a Bush supporter. Dave Price agrees with Berkowicz's "editorial" and adds:

I think Republican intellectuals are somewhat less susceptible to this mindset because Republican intellectuals tend to be churchgoing Christian intellectuals, and Christ teaches us to always act in love, something serious Christians must at least hold as an ideal even though we so often fail to live up to it; in this context, it is difficult to justify hate, no matter how supposedly well-earned, as acceptable or desirable.

Yeah, okay. Maybe I just haven't met any "Republican intellectuals" but I do know many Republicans, really smart ones, and man can they be vicious. Seriously, have you Republicans just mentally blocked out the Clinton era or what? Right off the top of my head lets see what comes to mind...

  • Vince Foster
  • Whitewater
  • Paula Jones
  • Monica Lewinsky
  • multiple charges of rape
  • Wag the Dog - anytime Clinton used force

I came up with all that in just the time it took me to yawn. I like what Jane Galt said:

The devotees of the party in power are smug and arrogant. The devotees of the party out of power are insane.

That about sums it up from my perspective.

Posted by Rosemary on 11.14.2007. 4 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

"24" in 1994

HT: Ace

Posted by Rosemary on 11.13.2007. 3 Comments 0 Trackbacks
"Darwinism: The Imperialism of Biology?"

Ben Stein, one of my favorite writers, has a post called "Darwinism: The Imperialism of Biology?"

Let’s make this short and sweet. It would be taken for granted by any serious historian that any ideology or worldview would partake of the culture in which it grew up and would also be largely influenced by the personality of the writer of the theory.

No less a genius than the evil Karl Marx noted that even after capitalism succumbed to Communism, society would still be imbued with the class artifacts and cultural values of the system that preceded it. Much smarter analysts than I have noted that the whole system of Marxism, especially its sharp attacks on capitalists as a class, was motivated by Karl Marx’s envy of the much wealthier industrialist/capitalist members of the Marx family.

In other words, major theories do not arise out of thin air. They come from the era in which they arose and are influenced greatly by the personality and background of the writer. (In law, this theory is known as “legal realism”. Judges make up their minds on the basis of their prejudices and then rationalize their decisions by pretending to be bound by prior case law. One might call what happens with ideologies “political realism.” Persons make up their ideologies based on their times and their life situations.)

Darwinism, the notion that the history of organisms was the story of the survival of the fittest and most hardy, and that organisms evolve because they are stronger and more dominant than others, is a perfect example of the age from which it came: the age of Imperialism. When Darwin wrote, it was received wisdom that the white, northern European man was destined to rule the world. This could have been rationalized as greed–i.e., Europeans simply taking the resources of nations and tribes less well organized than they were. It could have been worked out as a form of amusement of the upper classes and a place for them to realize their martial fantasies. (Was it Shaw who called Imperialism “…outdoor relief for the upper classes?”)

Go read the rest. Stein's take is really interesting.

HT: Ron Coleman

Posted by Rosemary on 11.13.2007. 10 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Monday, November 12, 2007

It's About Time Someone Did!

The King of Spain, Juan Carlos, tells Hugo Chavez to shut up at the end of the Ibero-American summit.

Posted by Rosemary on 11.12.2007. 27 Comments 0 Trackbacks
An Inconvenient Reality Check

Al Gore's "documentary" was more fantasy than reality, according his scientist friends.

This week, the United Nations' climate scientists will release a major report synthesising the world's best global warming research. It will be the first time we've heard from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) since its scientists won the Nobel Peace Prize with former US vice-president Al Gore.

The IPCC's Assessment Report will tell policy-makers what to expect from man-made climate change. It is the result of rigorous and painstaking labour: more than can be said for the other Nobel Prize winner. The difference between Gore's claims and IPCC research is instructive.

While Gore was creating alarm with his belief that a 20-foot-high wall of water would inundate low-lying cities, the IPCC showed us we should realistically prepare for a rise of one foot or so by the end of the century. Beyond the dramatic difference, it is also worth putting that one foot in perspective. Over the last 150 years, sea levels rose about one foot - yet, did we notice?

If you are really interested in the science of climate change rather than the fear-mongering, you should read the rest of the article

Posted by Rosemary on 11.12.2007. 9 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Sunday, November 11, 2007

This is TIM!

Posted by Rosemary on 11.11.2007. 4 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Saturday, November 10, 2007

This Is ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Rosemary on 11.10.2007. 12 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Friday, November 9, 2007

Are You Serious?

That question came out of my mouth, in the most sarcastic tone I'm capable of, after I read this:

Sen. Joe Lieberman on Thursday painted a dim picture of his party, saying Democrats have given up their moral authority on foreign policy because they are more concerned with opposing Republicans than doing what is right.

I was gonna say "no shit, Sherlock" but I'm trying to curb my swearing. I'm not doing too fucking well with my profanity diet. It would help if these assholes would stop being so absofuckinlutely obvious.

Posted by Rosemary on 11.09.2007. 6 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Thursday, November 8, 2007

Two Peas in a Pod

Pat Robertson endorses Rudy Guiliani.

Robertson on Wednesday said Giuliani is the best candidate to handle the War on Terror. He said Giuliani understands the need for a conservative judiciary, and that he is a "true fiscal conservative" who is tough on crime.

"The overriding issue before the American people, is the defense of our population against the bloodlust of Islamic terrorists," Robertson told the National Press Club audience. "Our world faces deadly peril...and we need a leader with a bold vision who is not afraid to tackle the challenges ahead."

Robertson said Giuliani is "a proven leader who is not afraid of what lies ahead and who will cast a hopeful vision for all Americans ... It is my hope and prayer that he will lead the Republican Party to victory in November of 2008."

Wow, you know Robertson is scared when the "bloodlust of Islamic terrorists" trumps adultery, homosexuals and abortion.

You hear that liberals? Apparantly, you can win the hypocritical bloviators on the Right "social conservatives" by promising to kick some serious ass. If you promise to ass whoop the terrorists, you can cheat on your spouse, have some tappy toe toilet sex and all the abortions your uterus can take!

Woo hoo!

HT: Malkin

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Posted by Rosemary on 11.08.2007. 103 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

For Your Viewing Pleasure

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Posted by Rosemary on 11.06.2007. 6 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Monday, November 5, 2007

It's On Now!

The writers are on strike. Oh man, no Leno or Letterman. I'm not a fan of either so I don't care. Now I am a "Real Time with Bill Maher" fan, so that's gonna suck for me. The regular shows and soap operas will be screwed come February. I think the writers have a legit gripe. They should get more money than they are getting. Without writers there wouldn't be much of an entertainment industry. Actors/actresses are replaceable, writers are less so. They should take royalties from the lesser important contributors and give it to the writers but they won't. They will cave eventually and when they do, the prices will go up. You can't have some executive giving up his share of profits. I just wonder how long before they cave in...

What shows are you gonna miss the most?

Posted by Rosemary on 11.05.2007. 21 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Sunday, November 4, 2007

Schumer and Feinstein Defect, Mukasey Will Be AG

Well, well, well, that schmuck Schumer came through for Bush. Schumer said,

"I deeply esteem those who believe the issue of torture is so paramount that Judge Mukasey's views on it should be the sole determinant of our vote, but I must respectfully disagree."

What? You aren't using the accepted practice of one issue trumps all? What kind of Democrat are you? Hey Schmuck, I think Mukasey believes that Roe v. Wade is bad law. Still with him? That's fine, I agree with you. It's not like the AG will have anything to do with the abortion issue. Unless, Ginsberg croaks and Bush gets another nominee through...

Dianne Feinstein astutely points out that Mukasey is

"not Alberto Gonzales". "Rather, he has forged an independent life path as a practitioner of the law and a federal judge".

Huh?

I'm embarrassed for you liberals. Seriously, how does it feel knowing that two of your more important Senators are knee deep in Bush's colon?

Posted by Rosemary on 11.04.2007. 18 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Friday, November 2, 2007

First day of School

I took Draco to his first day of school. It went pretty good considering he's only 33 months old. He wowed them with his creepy smartness. He did an art project and then asked how I wanted his name spelled on it and I said ask him. They did and he spelled D-R-A-K-E. He doesn't say much but he can spell a lot of words. I asked him who does he love and he spelled "I L-O-V-E- M-O-M-M-Y". He can also spell and identify Jake, Granny, Daddy, cat, baby, bye, and me. In the last few days, he started saying more words. Today at school he said "ball out" then he threw a ball out. He also said "go" when I asked him if it was bye, bye time - first time ever.

We are making some very big strides. I'm really excited.

Posted by Rosemary on 11.02.2007. 10 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Thursday, November 1, 2007

"Consensus Nominee" = A Washington Specific Oxymoron

When will they learn? Judge Michael Mukasey, the "consensus nominee" for Attorney General, has become a battle.

I'll type this slowly for the "short bus riders" in D.C., there is NO SUCH THING AS A CONSENSUS NOMINEE. On a list of believable things, a consensus nominee falls way behind Santa Clause, the Tooth Fairy and Peter Cottontail...

Bush is such a dolt. He should have gone with Olsen. Stop taking advice from that shmuck Schumer.

Nominate Bob Dole! He's up for anything...

Posted by Rosemary on 11.01.2007. 6 Comments 0 Trackbacks

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