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10 Responses to Anger Against the Marriage Equality Ruling

June 26, 2015

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    Here are your responses to the angry rhetoric over today’s Supreme Court decision. No need to pick just one! (1) “It’s Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve.” Actually, it’s Adam and Lilith. Lilith left Adam because he was abusive and God punished her for caring about her own well-being. Eve was Adam’s […]

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Second Presidential Debate Incites Riot

October 17, 2012

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Audiences tuning into the second of three debates between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney last night were expecting what one member of the town hall audience described as a “knock down, drag out fight.” They were disappointed. “It wasn’t what we wanted to see,” said Debbie Watkins, a college student from UCLA who […]

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Vice-Presidential Debate Takes Unpredicted Turn

October 12, 2012

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Last night, millions tuned in to watch the Vice-President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan square off at Centre College in Danville, KY. Viewer expectations were mixed, with those on the right anxious to get a first look at Paul Ryan’s debating prowess, and viewers on the left wanting to see Biden bring a tougher […]

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Big Bird Responds to Presidential Debate

October 4, 2012

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The nation gathered around their television sets last night for the first debate in the 2012 Presidential Election. While the suspected topics of health care, the economy, and Cthulhu took up a large portion of the debate between President Barrack Obama and his challenger, Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, the surprise topic was PBS. As part of […]

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The War on Halloween

October 4, 2012

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The following is a post that originally appeared on author Benjamin Kane Ethridge’s site. Check out the Bram Stoker Award winner’s work here: http://www.bkethridge.com/WORK.html THE WAR ON HALLOWEEN by Brad C. Hodson Imagine it’s the eighties. An overweight only child, one parent dead and the other in prison, sits in front of the television in his […]

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Top Issues for Presidential Election Are Economy, Cthulhu

September 7, 2012

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A new study shows that the top issues discussed by both Republican and Democratic Presidential candidates are the economy and the possible rising of Cthulhu. Dr. Herbert West, a Professor at Miskatonic University in Massachusetts, has spent the last four months compiling data from every speech, interview, and press statement made by both the Obama and […]

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9 Stupid Facts About the US Government

August 17, 2012

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I find politics absolutely absurd in this day and age. Part of it is the mouth-frothing vehemence that people exhibit when holding to their views (or, rather, the views their party tells them they should have). Another part of it is due to what we choose to get up in arms about. The fact that […]

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Riding the Digital Seas

January 26, 2012

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In the wake of Congress failing to perform anal rape upon the whole of the internet, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at the issue of piracy. I realize I’m a little late to the party here, but the recent debates over SOPA and FUBAR and whatever other idiotic bills were […]

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They Just Don’t Riot Like They Used To

July 29, 2011

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I remember watching the Los Angeles Riots in the early nineties. As a kid in East Tennessee, it might as well have been footage from Mars. I’d never seen anything even remotely resembling the bubbling anger and resentment that poured into the streets and erupted in fire. Years later, I’d see old footage of the […]

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Summer Makes Me Think of Cold War Propaganda

July 6, 2011

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On the 4th of July, several of us got together to grill out. We took it as a “cheat day” and sat aside our healthy eating plans for a day of chili dogs and pie. And more chili dogs. And more pie. And yet, as fun as it was, it didn’t quite feel like Independence […]

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