Thoughts, observations, musings, encouragements, exhortations, and occasional rants from an Anglican Parish Deacon and Master Electronics Technician.
Saturday, September 11, 2010
September 11, 2010 - Vespers
The Nations will rage, the infidels will rattle their swords. Yet, He remains in firm control and is returning to settle the score. Maranatha!
September 11, 2010 - II
September 11, 2010
Thursday, September 09, 2010
- Damn the nation from the pulpit like rev. Jeremiah Wright
- Emotionally assault mourners at military funerals like the trolls from Westboro Baptist
- (Apparently) Intimidate voters a la New Black Panthers
- Take your best white sheets off the bed and wear them in the public square
- Burn the Holy Bible
- Engage in sex acts on a public street, in front of children (gay pride parade style)
- Engage in street evangelism at that same pride parade.
- Build a monument of triumphal conquest in the shadow of a mass grave in Lower Manhattan.
- Burn copies the koran on the anniversary of the most cowardly against civilians in American history
Tuesday, September 07, 2010
We moved down here from Washington County Maryland in 1994. Shortly after our arrival, I would hear this mantra repeated often: Don't get in trouble in Stafford. Initially it seemed to be sour grapes from someone who crossed the line and was called to the bench to answer for their "misdemeanourin" (to quote Governor Menelaus "Pappy" O'Daniel). It soon became clear that far too many people were making the claim for it to be mere simpering.
One only needs to read the Freelance Star a week or so to realize that the phrase "held without bond" appears in nearly every story concerning some neer' do well who ran afoul of the Stafford County Mounties. Dovetail this fact that the County is saddled with a Commonwealth Attorney who has made it his personal crusade to turn as many citizens into felons as the calendar will bear. This is the same one who's office charged an 8 and 10 year-old as felons for the Mansonesque crime of chucking snowballs at a moving car (something that could be remedied by a simple trip to the woodshed).