Sunday, February 17, 2008

HEADLINE: Atheism Empirically Proven Incorrect

Here's a partial list of things I haven't done lately:


  • I have not saved any infants from burning buildings.
  • I have not retrieved my great-aunt's cat from a tall tree.
  • I have not helped give soup to the homeless.
  • I have not read "Peter Rabbit" to child cancer patients in the Terminal Ward.
  • I have not air-dropped medical supplies to Darfur.
  • I have not given one red cent to the collection plate of any church anywhere.
  • I have not martyred myself in the Colosseum.
  • I have not slain the Dragon imperiling the local serfdom.
    I have not given up all worldly possessions to walk the Earth proclaiming His Word.
So, then... someone want to explain to me what I did to earn THIS?:




That would be Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johansson on the red carpet for "The Other Boleyn Girl," doing something they could previously only be seen doing in my imagination 20-30 times a day. News item here:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/showbiz/showbiznews.html?in_article_id=515051&in_page_id=1773

5 comments:

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Striker Z said...

*Sigh*...

Why the fuck is it that geeks feel this essential, intrinsic need to support lipstick lesbianism? Seriously, are we supposed to believe ourselves so fucking pathetic that the idea of two fake, sculpted females making out, and us at least getting to watch, should take the place of a desire for any actual relationship?

Geeks love to pretend that we're somehow smarter than everyone else. And yet, here we are, watching two completely artificial beings carrying out a completely artificial act.

Back when 'Terminator in Space', aka the new Battlestar Craptacula, came out, I was told that if I didn't like it, I should turn in my geek card. Well, all I can say is, where can I do that, because lately, it hasn't gotten me shit.

Bob said...

"Why the fuck is it that geeks feel this essential, intrinsic need to support lipstick lesbianism? Seriously, are we supposed to believe ourselves so fucking pathetic that the idea of two fake, sculpted females making out, and us at least getting to watch, should take the place of a desire for any actual relationship?"

Wow, and I thought I had a crummy Valentine's Day... ;)

Ewald the Black said...

Bob, I believe the above poster was either gay or a eunuch. As such, as a firm believer in the encouragement of beautiful women necking with each other, I have no problem with this.

Striker, what geeks need to do is have a sense of humor ;)

tyra menendez said...

well, not all of us are into lesbians.
anyway, did you see them on the today show? scarlet looked like she was about jump natalie, right then and there.
they had it on the soup...