July 23rd, 2006


Sunday Sermon: for all minorities, inclusive of non-Caucasians, plants, vegans & vegetarians.

I say to you, when comes the end of days, the W.A.S.P. is merely meat after all.
          eppylover the christine, 07:23:06

Reality and logic. Nature. People are organisms, and in that way are no different from apes and snails and amoebas ... we're the most highly evolved. That's all. Our ability to "reason" (albeit in a fashion most faulty) and be "cognizant" (ditto) also has given us the arrogance to presume that we're somehow better than non-humans.

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Think of that as you take another bite into that juicy Big Mac.

Sunday Sermon: Extra Added Attraction!

Very poorly-"photoshopped" image
carrying a very grand wisdom.
Ten Commandments
If you're an avid reader who loves irony and hates
religious/political pretense, click on the above image,
This background info was new to me, too...

And, just fer da helluvit:
Moses scene from Mel Brooks 'History of the World Part I'
Well, after all, it IS rerun season...

Robert Sherman: "Surely you recognize the equal citizenship and patriotism of Americans who are atheists?"

Bush: "No, I don't know that atheists should be considered as citizens, nor should they be considered patriots. This is one nation under God."

          ~ President George H. W. Bush, August 27 1987;
          see Free Inquiry magazine, Fall 1988, Volume 8, Number 4, page 16
ChibBeatles! Brian Epstein by apartment4

Online radio: Syd Barrett tribute tonight

Here's the rundown, from the station's website:
The Ralph Valdez Program (10PM-12am)
WDET Music Mix. Tonight’s show is dedicated to Pink Floyd founding member and psychedelic / progressive rock pioneer, the late Syd Barret.

Besides exploring listener favorites and rare recordings, local musician Matt Smith will be on hand to share Syd Barret stories, scandals and theories about his true mental health.

Lucky listeners will also have a chance to win tickets for upcoming concerts by Mission Of Burma (7-28 Magic Stick) and also for Ian Anderson’s Orchestral Jethro Tull (7-28 Meadow Brook).
To access the station, click the below url, then the appropriate player link, or follow their directions on that page if it doesn't work at first ~


This is a great and diverse public radio station, referred to me by Chazz Avery

of BeatleSource

and The Savage Young Beatles!

According to Chazz:
You might hear The Ramones followed by Frank Sinatra followed by The Monkees followed by Indian music followed by John Coltrane. They have a nightly jazz program, folk and blues on Saturday. Celtic music on Sundays. And from midnight 'till 5:AM, the Liz Copeland show presents the most eclectic batch of music that I've ever heard.