Category Archives: Life is stranger than fiction


Spotted in a public building in the Greater Toronto Area:

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I know that until recently, there were just man and woman symbols (and possibly the same wheelchair and baby symbols as above in the one; I forget) on these single-occupant washrooms, both of which are wheelchair-accessible, designed primarily for disabled (or should I say differently-abled) individuals.

But some bureaucrat(s) decided they had to add a half-man, half-woman symbol to them…

Not sure why the two different colours, orange and green; perhaps they are separate washrooms for Protestants and Catholics (or, given population replacement trends, Hindus and Muslims). 😉

But surely, this is still not inclusive enough; why, it only depicts people who present as female on the right side of their bodies, and as male on the left side; what about those who present as female on the left side of their bodies, and male on the right side of their bodies? Or female upstairs, male downstairs? Or vice versa?

Clearly, more symbols must be added! 😉




I don’t know what kind of president the Donald will make, but I’m glad the bitch lost.

For now, let us enjoy progs’, neocucks’, evanjellyfish leaders’, the Pope and others’ delicious, salty tears! 🙂


‘Is your dog’s Halloween costume sexist?’, WaPo asks


Most bestiality is legal, declares Canada’s Supreme Court


Sex acts with animals are legal in Canada, so long as there is no penetration involved, according to a surprise ruling issued by the Supreme Court.

The determination stemmed from a case involving a British Columbia man convicted of 13 counts sexually assaulting his stepdaughters – including one count of bestiality. But the man, identified only as “DLW”, was acquitted of the bestiality count with the new ruling.

DLW’s attorneys argued that bestiality linked to “buggery” – or sodomy – with animals beginning with an 1892 criminal code. Bestiality was first used in a 1955 code, but still was not defined to encompass every sex act with animals.

“Although bestiality was often subsumed in terms such as sodomy or buggery, penetration was the essence – ‘the defining act’ – of the offence,” the court said.

Thus, the court ruled by a 7–1 majority that bestiality required penetration.

“There is no hint in any of the parliamentary record that any substantive change to the elements of the offence of bestiality was intended,” the ruling reads.

According to court record DLW smeared peanut butter on the genitals of his victims and had the family dog lick it off while he videotaped the act.

Let’s hope and pray that Parliament passes a law closing this legal loophole.


The Onion on a closed canon. Wait, what?

Reblogged from Coffee & Mustard:

Somehow, The Onion (!!!) has a better grasp on the sufficiency of Scripture and a closed cannon better than 95% of mainline Protestantism, including many in Calvinistic circles.

Says them, emphasis mine:

“God has granted no interviews, made no public appearances, and kept entirely to Himself for what seems like ages, and yet it’s fair to say that no other author has been quite so influential,” said noted critic and conference attendee James Wood, observing that while the fiercely private immortal being has only one book to His credit, He remains among the world’s most respected and quoted writers.

Read more… 109 more words


Donald Trump is no Vladimir Putin

I know some reactionaries are very happy with The Donald’s campaign, and hey, it is encouraging to see someone who articulates politically incorrect sentiments no-one else dares to (such as immigration restrictionism, or dealing firmly with the Islamic threat) receive such high levels of support.

But come on; the guy’s a joker, a clown; he has no fixed principles; he blows with the wind; he’s certainly not a traditionalist Christian, on our side in the cultural war. He’s enjoying notoriety by shooting off his mouth, saying whatever he feels like, whatever will outrage the media and the Republican establishment, and cheer those who enjoy his political incorrectness. (Hey, I enjoy it, too. Doesn’t mean I think he’s the answer.)

Nicole Russell at The Federalist recently compared him to Jesse Ventura, but I think that’s unfair to Jesse Ventura, who, far as I can tell, actually has a set of principles, a worldview to which he adheres – a kind of macho militant atheist libertine libertarianism, as Russell’s article demonstrates. (I’m no fan of Jesse Ventura; never have been; I’ve always loathed everything he stands for. But I’ve always believed in giving the devil his due, so accordingly I’ll give Ventura credit where it’s due.) Whereas, unlike the fake wrestler (since that kind of wrestling is all fake) Ventura, his fellow show-biz entertainer Trump (yes he’s a rich businessman, but he’s an entertainer first) has no principles, whatsoever, other than making money, being popular and infamous, and such.

Don’t get me wrong; I’m not shilling for any of the other GOP candidates; I don’t find any of them appealing.

But Trump is not the great U.S. presidential reactionary hope.

Nobody is.

At least for now.

Too bad Putin can’t run… 😉


Posted by on November 24, 2015 in America, Life is stranger than fiction


Enoch Powell and Jean Raspail were right…

… as events in Europe tonight and over the last few months have demonstrated.

Hopefully, soon most Europeans will come to similar conclusions on their own.

By all that you hold dear on this good Earth, I bid you stand, men of the West!