“When you grow up on a farm in Georgia, your first girlfriend is a mule.” Yep, that’s what a radical Christian anti-abortion activist said on the Alan Colmes radio show. Listen to the whole feed here.
Here’s one of the many money quotes from the interview: “If it’s warm and if it’s damp and it vibrates, you might in fact have sex with it.”
Which reminds me of an old one:
Q: What’s a Redneck’s version of Safe Sex?
A: Mark all the livestock that kick.
A comment on Fark.com hit the nail on the head, regarding the mindset of the radical far-right Christian: “I was a filthy dirty bastard until I found Jesus, therefore all you people who don’t accept Him into your hearts must be filthy dirty bastards too.”
Here I am at the post-party of my high school reunion at the Unicorn pub: live blogging just to piss off the growing anti-blog crowd. oh you know who you are. Let me allow some of the attendees to have their say:
John Roxburgh: if only we had this technology 20 years ago in high school, we’d have had a head start in pissing people off.
Cary Shafir: the truest thing are said in jest.
Cher Anne Nash: people are people. after 20 years everyone is happily the same.
Ray: that’s not necessarily a good thing, Cher Anne.
Jennifer McKeen: hi mom and dad!
Shirley Hunt: Simon Houpt pissed me off.
Rufus Glasgow: Holy fucking shit!
Dave Cranmer.: I don’t recognize anybody!
Wendy Sniderman: how fucking surreal!
Stephen Couchman: to the zoo and step on it!
John Young: that guy is still a loser!
Here’s a pic of Rufus and Shirley: