Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Instead, I give you a link to Nintendodsg's YouTube profile, where you should be able find all the episodes.
Oh, and there's more here! Of course, you can always use the search function on YouTube.
Well, I have to get going. L8R!
More from the Religion of
First, an update. You remember the guy who decided to sue because he had to cook pork? Well, I have great news. He lost.
A Muslim chef who accused the Metropolitan Police of religious discrimination when told he must handle pork has lost his tribunal case.
Hasanali Khoja was told he would be expected to handle pork products at his new job at the Empress State Building in Earls Court, west London.
The 60-year-old from Edgware, north-west London, also said racist gestures were made to him when he complained.
The force was it was "pleased" at the tribunal's decision.
Mr Khoja said earlier he was "stressed and humiliated" at the prospect of handling pork products, which Islam considers to be unclean.
He said even wearing gloves or using tongs to cook would not protect him from the risk of splashes.
The catering manager had also claimed that he was the victim of racism by an official when he went to discuss his situation.
Jihad Watch is right: and exactly what race is Islam again?
A Metropolitan Police spokeswoman said: "We are pleased to have been cleared of allegations of discrimination on the basis of religion or belief against Mr Khoja."
She added: "Mr Khoja remains a valued member of staff."
Two words for you, lady: Fire him.
Now, the Muslims feel insulted. Again:
When the landlady of my Toronto apartment building said an outraged neighbour had filed a complaint about me over an apparently inappropriate hallway interaction with his wife, my mind raced through the countless conversations I've had with fellow tenants, none of which seemed a possible source of offence.
It turns out, it wasn't a salacious transaction that had caused the complaint, but rather a neighbourly and -- to me -- entirely forgettable greeting, little more than a brief "good morning" as I passed my neighbours on the way to work.
Still, it was enough of an affront for the man -- once a doctor somewhere in the Middle East, my landlady clarified -- to feel I had broken a cultural taboo. The incident started an awkward feud which has involved warnings not to repeat my indiscretion and one face-to-face shouting match, which included allusions to my impending death.
I expect the battle will wage on, as we appear to be stuck at an impasse.
His Muslim upbringing has ingrained in him a sense of entitlement to demand I not speak directly to his wife; and my prairie upbringing has ingrained in me a duty to strive for polite cohesion with my neighbours.
My landlady, who has handled the complaint with tittering trepidation, hasn't helped dispel the friction. She has told me to adhere to the demands because the man "could be dangerous," directing me to literally turn my back to the couple as they pass, never make eye contact and never hold the elevator for them, no matter what.
...Life among neighbours has become increasingly complicated by multiculturalism, in this case making even the most affable salutation or good Samaritan gesture a practice in walking on eggshells. But in trying to adapt to a patchwork of often conflicting cultures, has civility become the casualty of accommodation?
Of course, denying me the right to greet a woman in our shared hallway fails to measure up to reported conflicts that have caused a culture clash, such as Canada's reaction to a recent Afghan law allowing some husbands to withhold food until their wives agree to sex, or the case of a Toronto-area father and son accused of killing a daughter who refused to wear a hijab at school.
....The alternative to this is to live amongst strangers in an icy standoff, fearful that the slightest attempt at community might be viewed as an affront. The alternative is to abandon prairie law, turn your back and close your eyes. And that sounds terrible.
All you have to do to set off Muslims is say hello on your way to work.
Sunday, May 24, 2009
Anyway, I'll be back home in Indiana in a few days. In the meantime, have a Happy Memorial Day!
(Hmm... I think there's still one more scheduled post to go.)
Friday, May 15, 2009
Today, Senate Finance Committee chairman Max Baucus is meeting with the other members of the committee to discuss options for expanding insurance coverage. The slides they are using to guide their discussion — available here — are illuminating to say the least.
Among other things, they indicate that the committee is considering a requirement
that, if an Obama-like plan were to pass, all health-insurance plans would have to conform to one of four benefit designs: lowest, low, medium, and high. That's it. Four options for everyone in the United States, determined by the federal government.
Of course, the committee is cognizant of President Obama's promise that Americans who like the insurance they have today will be able to keep it. So they create a carve-out for "grandfathered plans." Existing insurance can stay just as it is, they say.
Except that's not really true. Because elsewhere in the document, the committee makes it clear that existing insurance arrangements that do not comply with government requirements cannot enroll new entrants. Nor can any enrollees get the new premium subsidies the committee is contemplating. Consequently, no "grandfathered plan" will be viable, or at least not for long. Understandably, many people would want to leave them to get government's money, and the pool for spreading insurance risk would become less stable as people exit for a host of reasons (like when they switch jobs or get married) but cannot be replaced with a new entrant.
Regarding "affordability," the committee is apparently looking at providing new premium subsidies to everyone below 400% of poverty. For a family of four, that's about $88,000 per year. A very large segment of the working-age population falls below that threshold. If enacted, it would be a massive new health-care entitlement piled on top of the unaffordable ones already on the books.
And then there's the government-run insurance plan. The committee outline suggests four options: a Medicare-like plan; a plan which looks like Medicare but pays higher rates to doctors and hospitals; a plan that tries to create some distance from the government with "third-party" administration; and a state-based public plan. (The committee also notes that it is possible the legislation would not include a new government-run option at all.)
These alternative design options for the "government option" are really a distraction because it really doesn't matter what such a plan looks like at enactment. What matters is what it will become over time. Safeguards today can be easily overridden later. When the government micro-manages health insurance, it is inevitable that arbitrary price-setting will become the favored method of trying to control total costs because it creates the illusion that beneficiaries are protected. It's only the doctors and hospitals who are getting paid less for each service rendered, politicians claim. Of course, that's the first step down the slippery slope to waiting lists.
There is one word that effectively describes the government: Inefficient. These people can't do anything right, other then spend money. Eventually it will come down to whether or not your life is worth saving. The Post Office is bankrupt, every bailout has failed or been wasted.
Everything the government touches, it destroys. The government also appears to be absolutely incapable of learning from other country's mistakes. This has been tried in other countries, and it always ends badly.
- A 22 Year old woman dies while waiting for an MRI. Turns out, she had cancer. She may have had a fighting chance if she hadn't had to wait thirteen weeks for that MRI. And she was marked higher on the waiting list.
- The inadequacy of British Hospitals: Cold, smelly, and poorly maintained.
- They send you south.
- I hope you don't need a dentist soon.
- No medicine for you. No, it doesn't matter that you have cancer.
There's more stories, from other countries, that you can see here. This has been tried, time and time again. It has yet to work.
Socialized medicine'll kill ya.
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
On the other hand, as soon as those are released, countries that actually engage in torture (For liberals, I mean "Not America") are going to laugh until they cry.
The thing is that what goes on at Gitmo... do you realize people over on FanFiction.Net can write stories that involve more torture and still never go above a T rating?
ABC News reports:
President Obama defended his decision to fight the release of photos showing detainee abuse, saying it would only put American troops in harms way and create a backlash against Americans.Backlash against Americans, or against his administration? I tend to think it's the latter.
"The most direct consequence of releasing them, I believe, would be to further inflame anti-American opinion and to put our troops in greater danger," the president said before departing on his trip to Arizona. "Moreover, I fear the publication of these photos may only have a chilling effect on future investigations of detainee abuse."How can you inflame anti-American opinion anymore than it already is? Heck, even liberals hate this country. The last free outpost in the world, and the biggest threat is actually on the inside.
Oh, and Barry? Muslims have always hated us. You're fighting a losing battle.
"I want to emphasize that these photos that were requested in this case are not particularly sensational, especially when compared to the painful images that we remember from Abu Ghraib," Obama said. "It's therefore my belief that the publication of these photos would not add any additional benefit to our understanding of what was carried out in the past by a small number of individuals."I think I missed the Abu Ghraib thing, so I went out and looked it up. Ah, yes, Abu Ghraib. We were heaven help us, we actually engaged in torture. Real torture. We were actually playing by the Muslim's rules that time. (And you know liberals can't stand that!)
Now, in case you're wondering what kind of atrocities go on at Gitmo, Ann Coulter has the explanation:
Without any pretense of an argument, which liberals are neurologically incapable of, the mainstream media are now asserting that our wussy interrogation techniques at Guantanamo constituted "torture" and have irreparably harmed America's image abroad.This is what liberals are screaming about. This is insane.
Only the second of those alleged facts is true: The president's release of the Department of Justice interrogation memos undoubtedly hurt America's image abroad, as we are snickered at in capitals around the world, where they know what real torture is. The Arabs surely view these memos as a pack of lies. What about the pills Americans have to turn us gay?
The techniques used against the most stalwart al-Qaida members, such as Abu Zubaydah, included one terrifying procedure referred to as "the attention grasp." As described in horrifying detail in the Justice Department memo, the "attention grasp" consisted of: "(G)rasping the individual with both hands, one hand on each side of the collar opening, in a controlled and quick motion. In the same motion as the grasp, the individual is drawn toward the interrogator."
But wait - it gets worse.
And that's not all! As the torments were gradually increased, next up the interrogation ladder came "walling." This involves pushing the terrorist against a flexible wall, during which his "head and neck are supported with a rolled hood or towel that provides a C-collar effect to prevent whiplash."Those of you who are squeamish, turn back now. Even Miss Coulter felt the irony:
People pay to have a lot rougher stuff done to them at Six Flags Great Adventure. Indeed, with plastic walls and soft neck collars, "walling" may be the world's first method of "torture" in which all the implements were made by Fisher-Price.
As the memo darkly notes, walling doesn't cause any pain, but is supposed to induce terror by making a "loud noise": "(T)he false wall is in part constructed to create a loud sound when the individual hits it, which will further shock and surprise." (!!!)
If you need a few minutes to compose yourself after being subjected to that horror, feel free to take a break from reading now. Sometimes a cold compress on the forehead is helpful, but don't let it drip or you might end up waterboarding yourself.Indeed. Now, for the continuing inhumane torture methods:
I will spare you the gruesome details of the CIA's other comical interrogation techniques and leap directly to the penultimate "torture" in their arsenal: the caterpillar.
In this unspeakable brutality, a harmless caterpillar is placed in the terrorist's cell. Justice Department lawyers expressly denied the interrogators' request to trick the terrorist into believing the caterpillar was a "stinging insect."
Human rights groups have variously described being trapped in a cell with a live caterpillar as "brutal," "soul-wrenching" and, of course, "adorable."
Good heavens, no! Not a caterpillar!!
What kind of caterpillar? A Monarch? Swallowtail? Cabbage White? Sweetheart Underwing? That's a big moth, so it might have a big caterpillar. Maybe one from inside an apple?
If it had to be a caterpillar, couldn't it have at least been one from a cercropia moth? At least that one looks moderately scary. But I digress.
There's My Two Cents has a bit more info on the waterboarding that liberals are screaming about.
...I don't recall ever seeing this procedure in such detail before, though I've read about it any number of times. It's amazing to watch in action, don't you think? No actual danger being posed to the person, but almost instant capitulation.Follow the link to watch the video he's talking about.
Torture: "the act of inflicting excruciating pain, as punishment or revenge, as a means of getting a confession or information, or for sheer cruelty"
Is this torture? No way. Anyone who thinks this is torture has their eyes closed to what real torture is. Slicing and dicing body parts is torture. Electrical shocks, crushing of fingers, and permanent physical damage is torture. Forcing someone to watch while their spouse or child is raped and cut apart is torture. Those are the things that our enemies do (it's well documented, if you don't believe me).
We tip the guy down and pour little bit of water up his nose.
Waterboarding is not torture because there is no permanent physical damage, nor is there any mental anguish [radical Islamic terrorists strive for and worship death, so there is no anguish found in the panic reaction they talked about in this video]. Waterboarding is a phenomenally effective way to get information out of captives quickly without harming them. Our own soldiers go through it as part of their training.
I think we can safely say that Crazyville - located in Washington D.C., in case you wanna visit - has once again taken stupid to a whole new level.
I looked at the Abu Ghraib photos, okay? "Oh no! Our eeeevilll soldiers stripped someone! They threatened them with dogs!" Sorry 'bout that. Next time, we'll make sure the soldiers use actual methods of torture, you know, knives, whips, chains, that sort of thing.
Which, by the way, that stuff does not happen at Gitmo. Liberals are running around screaming that the sky is falling when they've only been bonked on the head by a tiny, half-developed acorn. If there's anything about this country that deserves scorn, well, let's just say it's not our soldiers or Gitmo.I think this video kind of puts it in perspective, even if the ending is kind of weird.
Compared to what other countries do to their prisoners, liberals have NOTHING to be complaining about.
Monday, May 11, 2009
List of Obama Scandals
Obama Indited for Fraud and Treason (This sounds to good to be true!)
The Obama File
Obama: The Making of a Fuehrer
Sunday, May 10, 2009
...You know, just forget it. Read:
A Muslim chef is suing Britain’s largest police force, claiming he suffered religious discrimination because he was expected to cook bacon and pork sausages for breakfast.
Hasanali Khoja is due to put his case against the Metropolitan Police to an employment tribunal, which starts a 10-day hearing in London tomorrow.
The case has caused outrage in the British press and has been seized on by far right political parties, being branded “the madness of multiculturalism” by the British National Party.
Nice to see someone has some sense. That's what this is: madness.
Mr Khoja, 60, whose claim is being backed by both the Association of Muslim Police and the National Black Police Association, says he was refused permission not to handle pork when he took a job as catering manager at a police headquarters in west London.
Instead, he said his supervisor suggested he wear gloves when preparing a “999 breakfast” – a policeman’s favourite that includes bacon, pork sausages and black pudding, which is made from pigs’ blood.
“I felt very unhappy about it. I was very upset and angry because it is not permissible in my religion,” said Mr Khoja, who is an adviser on Muslim food issues on the government’s Foods Standards Agency.
“I was threatened that management would sack me if I did not follow instructions. But I never enrolled to cook pork. I refused to do it. I never did it and I never would.
“I had a letter from the human resources department saying that I would not be required to cook any pork. But this was not exactly what I wanted as a guarantee.
“The Met has shown no sensitivity towards my religion. Their response has been ill-thought and discriminatory.”
Wow. No sensitivity. The religion of Islam, reaping what it sows.
Say it with me: "Karma."
“My original contract did not include any kind of cooking. I was hired as a senior catering manager,” he said. “I protested at the move [to west London] and at having to cook pork.
“I was placed on paid, special leave for a year. No Muslim in my position should have to face such harassment.”
What the? How is that harassment? I woulda fired ya. Paid leave is not harassment.
However, his plight has generated little sympathy in the mainstream of British society. Richard Littlejohn, a columnist for the Daily Mail, wrote: “There are some stories which are so preposterous on so many levels that it is difficult to know where to start.
“Whoever heard of a chef being excused pork? Naturally, he now wants a large sum of money by way of compensation. The Met has a long and undistinguished record of grovelling to this kind of opportunist bullying.
“What astonishes me is that he ever applied for a job cooking for policemen in the first place. What, precisely, did he think they serve up in a police canteen – vegetarian samosas?
“If he had a fundamental objection [to cooking pork], he should go and work somewhere else. Hiring a chef who won’t cook sausages to work in a police canteen is like hiring a lifeguard who can’t swim.
“Typically, I would imagine, the police were so terrified of being accused of ‘racism’ that they took him on regardless.”
Unfortunately, that's probably true.
But Khalid Sofi, Mr Khoja’s lawyer, insisted there was “an important issue of principle at stake” in the case, with ramifications for the police and wider society in Britain.
“He has genuine and strong religious beliefs and expects that they will be accommodated,” he said. “’The Met is a very large organisation and could easily have met his demands.
Yeah, that would be nice, IF Islam tolerated other religious beliefs, which it does not. Now before you start screaming "Racist" you do realize it's illegal to carry a Bible in Saudi Arabi, right? Some real tolerance goin' on right there.
I've heard a few stupid lawsuits but boy, this takes the cake. The majority ought to kowtow to the minority. That's what this idiot lawyer is saying when he says the Met could have met his client's demands. It COULD have, but that would mean making the majority (the organization) give up pork for the minority (this idiot).
“Mr Khoja’s case raises the general question of the Met accommodating the needs of the Muslim community at a time when there is a lack of confidence in the police among Muslims.
“We are confident that we have a very good claim. Religious discrimination law obliges employers if possible to accommodate genuine religious needs.
“This case goes in to wider issues of diversity and I think it raises significant issues in the current climate.”
Oh, it raises some issues alright. I just don't think they're ones you want raised.
A spokesman for the National Black Police Association said: “It was suggested that he could wear gloves to cook bacon and sausages. This, of course, was no good because it is the principle involved and not about just handling the meat.
“It was all very, very nasty. They were telling him to do something that was against his faith.”
How can I put this...
GET A DIFFERENT JOB!!
Good grief, this is almost worse then the woman who sued McDonald's 'cause she burned herself on hot coffee. Now who in defense of the Majority is going to sue Mr. Khoja, his lawyer, the Association of Muslim police, and the National Black Police Association?
Here's hoping the judge throws this case out of court.
Friday, May 8, 2009
Here: "Americans Are Not Human Beings."
At Friday prayers on May 1, 2009, Iranian Ayatollah Khatami criticized Obama's calls for talks and declared that Americans are not human beings... And, "Death to America."In his Friday, May 1, 2009 sermon at the Tehran University campus, Interim Tehran Friday prayer leader Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami criticized
Washington for its call for talks with Tehran, saying, "The Iranian nation is the same nation that put all options of (former U.S. President George W.) Bush under table and into history's dustbin. (U.S. President Barack) Obama is now toeing Bush's line regarding Iran."
"Arab World Must Realize That Should Israel Gain Power, It Would Not Hesitate to Occupy Other Countries in the Region"
Khatami, an Iranian Assembly of Experts member, also encouraged the Arab world to cut ties with Israel, warned certain Arab leaders over their efforts to maintain close relations with it, and said that the Arab world must realize that should Israel gain power, it would not hesitate to occupy other countries in the region.
"'If America Was A Human Being, We Would Talk With It' - But You Are Not Human Beings, And This is the Same Nation It Was 30 Years Ago... And [Therefore] Say: 'Death to America!'"
In further comments on U.S.-Iran relations, Khatami said: "Praise to the Imam [Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, founder of the Islamic Revolution in
Iran] who said, 'If America was a human being, we would talk with it' -but you are not human beings, and this is the same nation it was 30 yearsago... and [therefore] say: 'Death to America!'"
Nice. Real nice. What's also nice is this idiot has the grammar of of a four year old, but I digress. You know how Muslims take comments against their religion? That's about how I take it when people slur my country.
Oh, by the way Stupid, I hate to give away the game here, but Israel has nukes. They are stronger than you. And - what's this? They're staying in their own country! Imagine that.
Do you realize what a pain it's gonna be to find that embed again? Well, I'd better hop to it.
Update: 5 Minutes later!
Holy cheese, I updated my blog and the video came back. Dang, that's freaky.
Oh well. At least I don't have to go find the player again.
Thursday, May 7, 2009
Jordanian Islamist leaders on Thursday condemned Pope Benedict's visit to the Middle East, saying it was provocative because he has not apologized for offending comments implying Islam was violent and irrational.
They said the pope, who arrives in Jordan on Friday on the first leg of a tour including Israel and the Palestinian territories, still owed them an apology for hinting Islam was violent and irrational in a 2006 speech in Regensburg.
Islam? Violent and irrational? Couldn't be.
Jordan's Roman Catholic Church urged Islamists on Wednesday to welcome the pope despite their earlier criticism of his visit. A senior Amman official acknowledged some discontent but said the government would warmly welcome Benedict.
"The present Vatican pope is the one who issued severe insults to Islam and did not offer any apology to the Muslims," Zaki Bani Rusheid, head of the Islamic Action Front, the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood, the country's largest mainstream Islamist party, told Reuters.
"Ignoring Muslim sentiments will only block the healing of wounds his statements caused," said another Islamist figure, Jamil Abu Baker.
Yeah. Too bad Muslim sentiments are violent and irrational. Cry me a river.
For many Arabs in the region, the pope's stated mission of peace and reconciliation is futile without a sufficient gesture to Palestinian suffering under Israeli occupation.
This was even more pressing in Jordan, a country where a large portion of its 5.6 million are of Palestinian origin, they or their parents having been expelled or fled to Jordan in the fighting that accompanied the creation of Israel in 1948.
"It's the same pope who apologized to the Jews about the Holocaust and now comes to the region but says nothing about the Palestinian Nakba (catastrophe)," Bani Rusheid added. Arabs call Israel's creation the "Nakba" (catastrophe).
How are Palestinians suffering under Israel? I demand this be explained. The only ones suffering are the Jews themselves, you know, what with all those "peaceful" Muslims shooting rockets into their state.
And that last line: "Arabs call Israel's Creation the 'Nakba' (catastrophe). Isn't that - dare I say it - a little irrational? I tend to think it is.
Not all Muslims are violent, but you wouldn't know that from the way the rest of the Muslims act. It's not a lie to call the religion of Islam violent and irrational because they are at least violent, if not irrational. It's a lie - that the American media has been actively perpetrating - to call Islam a religion of peace, which it is not.
For doubters, here's a few examples from the religion of peace:
Religion of PEACE
Religion of PEACE
Religion of PEACE
Religion of PEACE
Religion of PEACE
Religion of PEACE
Religion of PEACE
Religion of PEACE
Religion of PEACE
Religion of PEACE
Religion of PEACE
Religion of PEACE
Religion of PEACE, and more PEACE
Yes, it's hard to miss the PEACE
I'm sorry, but from where I'm sitting, the moniker just doesn't match the facts.
The religion of peace feels insulted. Again.
Monday, May 4, 2009
Here we go. Liberals/Supporters of Barack Obama, turn back now!
Obama Got Run Over by Republicans
(or, The 2012 Ballad)
Obama got run over by Republicans
Trying to win again in twenty-twelve.
You can say you don't believe in "Karma"
But as for me and Cheney, we believe
He'd been trashing the the free market
Anything he got his hands on
Would soon be socialized and so unfair
Now we're all so proud of Palin
She's been taking this so well.
See them rally to her speeches
Man, we wanna see her win in twenty-twelve
It's much safer without Barry.
Our enemies won't soon attack.
'Cause they know that unlike Barry
Sarah Palin won't take any of their flack
Now the free world can recover
We can get some wealth back
But we just can't help but wonder,
Is there anything that Barry didn't sack?
Obama got run over by Republicans
Trying to win again in twenty-twelve
You can say there's no such thing as "Karma"
But as for me and Cheney, we believe!
Well, there you have it. If you can, let me know how you liked it. I don't know how good it was because, like I said, it was late. And anything's funny when you're in desperate need of twelve hours of sleep.
Also, I think there's an extra verse in there. But that's okay. It's all good. I think. Yeah.
Ah well. L8R!
Sunday, May 3, 2009
Muchas Gracias, again, to Unknown Petra Fan.
Petra - He Came, He Saw, He Conquered
And, my personal favorite, The Water Is Alive.
Petra - The Water is Alive
Saturday, May 2, 2009
Well, not exactly fun, as the Kingdom Hearts fandom is quite possibly the most retarded fandom in the world, and I mean literally retarded. Good fics are few and far between. (And by good fics, I mean not yaoi or yuri.)
Anyway, here's my survey.
THE KH SURVEY
SECTION ONE: The "Favorite" Questions
1. Your favorite KH guy?
2. Your favorite KH girl?
3. Your least favorite KH guy? Why?
That one guy in the Organization who has the earth powers. He looks kinda stupid.
4. Your least favorite KH girl? Why?
I don't know.
5. Favorite World? (Includes both KH1 and KH2)
Halloween Town. Definitely Halloween Town.
6. Least Favorite World?
7. Favorite Weapon? (Includes both KH1 and KH2)
Ooh! Um... Oh... Zexion's Lexicon. I'd love a weapon that was a book.
8. Least Favorite Weapon?
That one Organization member's tomahawk, which is freaky.
9. Fav. Summon? (includes both KH1 and KH2)
How about King Mickey?
10. Fav. Form? (aka. Sora's Forms)
I dunno. I haven't really thought about it.
11. Favorite Pairing? (includes yaoi coupling) Why?
Anything that DOES NOT INVOLVE SLASH!!
12. Least Fav. Pairing? (includes yaoi couples) Why?
ANY SLASH PAIRING.
13. Any cool crack pairings you've heard of? List 'em.
No. Fandom is retarded and thier crack pairing suck. Though I have to admit, that Xemnas/Kairi thing was pretty dang weird.
14. Weirdest Pairing(s) You've Ever Heard Of?
Xemnas/Kairi. I wanna know how that could happen. Besides, he's at least old enough to be her father.
15. Any "Kh-pet-peeves" you have?
Fandom thinks every creature in the game is gay. I wanna shoot whoever started that.
16. Fav. Partner in KH? (includes both KH1 and KH2)
Dunno. I've only played Chain of Memories.
SECTION TWO: Do you believe it, or not believe it?
17. Do you believe in the Xemnas/Saix theory?
18. Do you believe that Zexion is emo?
Of course not. Why would I think that about
19. Do you believe that Marluxia is gay?
NO! YOU FREAKS!
20. Do you believe that Kairi is the most annoying character in KH
SECTION THREE: Answer Yourself!
21. If Roxas had to choose either Namine or Olette, who would you root for? Why?
Namine. Those two are just meant to be.
22. What's your theory on KH: Birth by Sleep?
I don't know. Unless the fact Namine put Sora to sleep for a year at the end of KH: CoM had something to do with it...
23. Was Chain of Memories a waste of time?
I don't know. I couldn't defeat the game. I'll have to get the manga.
24. If you had the choice of meeting ONE (and ONLY ONE!) KH character, who would it be?
Axel. Definitely Axel.
25. Which KH character do you relate to the most? Why?
Probably Axel. Even though by birth my element is water, I definitely have a more fiery personality.
26. What's the most embarrassing moment that ever happened to you that had something to do with KH?
I don't think I've had one yet.
27. Have you ever cosplayed as a KH character? If so, who? If not, who would you like to cosplay as?
Nope. But I'd go as Larxene so I can have the black coat and not make a fool out of Axel while I cosplay.
28. The Funniest Moment in all of KH would be...?
In the manga, where Donald freezes the whole castle and he and Sora and Goffy team up to try and stop Axel, but they end up sliding right past him.
29. The Hardest Enemy/Boss was...?
Hades. Grr. If he wasn't immune to fire, I'd go in and burn him to death.
30. What was a good edition in KH2 that made it oh-so-addictive?
SECTION FOUR: Decisions, Decisions...
Note: You MUST only choose one! "Both" or "Neither" in unacceptable!!
31. Hayner or Pence?
And, who exactly are they...?
32. Zexion or Marluxia?
33. Riku or Roxas?
34. Roxas or Sora?
35. Axel or Demyx?
36. Kairi or Larxene?
Kairi 'cause she's not homocidal.
37. AkuRoku or SoRiku?
NEITHER! THEY AREN'T GAY!
38. Namixas or Namiku?
39. Zemyx or AkuRoku?
Read my lips: none of the characters are gay! This is a game for kids for cryin' out Gleason! It's the blasted fandom that's rated T. NEITHER!
40. SoKai or SoRiku?
41. Sea Salt Ice Cream or Paopu Fruit?
Sea Salt Ice Cream.
42. Cloud or Leon?
Leon, I think. Wait, which character is that again? He's the one from Traverse Town, right?
43. CloTi of Clerith?
44. Simple and Clean or Passion?
Simple and Clean
SECTION FIVE: The Last Section!!
45. List all the KH character you've fallen for.
Leon's pretty cool, and I like the guys from Organization XIII. Just the guys.
46. What crossovers would you like to see with KH?
Well, I've already crossed it over with Sonic the Hedgehog. I'd like to see someone do that with Yes! PreCure 5. That would be cool.
47. Does anyone in KH look like another character? List 'em all!
Ven and Roxas.
48. Which new KH game can you abosolutely NOT wait for?
Doesn't matter to me.
49. Do you like KH1 or KH2 better? Why?
KH2 because of Organization XIII
50. LAST QUESTION! What makes Kingdom Hearts one of the best games in the world!?
The cool characters. And it would be alot cooler if three-fourths of the fandom could be banned.
Friday, May 1, 2009
On Wednesday, April 29, the U.S. House is scheduled to vote on so-called "hate crimes" legislation, which would give "actual or perceived" "sexual orientation" and "gender identity" the same federal protection as race. Last week the House Judiciary Committee refused to exclude pedophiles from the bill's protection. The Committee also refused to include veterans. Moreover, the bill does not include the elderly.
H.R. 1913 (Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009) is not about stopping crime but is designed to give "actual or perceived" sexual preference or "gender identity" (which is still classified as a mental disorder) the same legal status as race. The DSM IVR (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual used by psychologists and psychiatrists to diagnose mental disorders) lists more than 30 "sexual orientations" and "Gender Identity Disorders," including pedophilia. The hate crimes bill does not limit "sexual orientation" or "gender identity" and, thus, includes all these disorders and fetishes. The use of "actual or perceived" includes those with disorders or deviant sexual preferences and those who do not have such disorders or fetishes, so long as it is alleged that the person charged allegedly "thought" the other person had such disorder or fetish.
The hate crimes bill also provides that the federal government, under the direction of the Attorney General guidelines, may award grants to local law enforcement agencies to address these alleged incidents. In other words, the federal government can pay for so-called "sensitivity training" and coercive pro-homosexual propaganda.
Mathew Staver, Founder of Liberty Counsel and Dean of Liberty University School of Law, commented: "Sexual orientation and gender identity include pedophilia and every imaginable deviant fetish. Cross-dressers and pedophiles find refuge in this so-called hate crimes bill, while veterans and grandmas are left to fend for themselves. Obviously, this bill is not about the prevention of crime but is all about pushing a radical sexual anarchy. This bill will crush free speech and trample free exercise of religion."
Pedophilia is a crime, sorry. Having sex with minors is known as "statuary rape." Now, if you suffer from any of the
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."
You shall not lie with a male as with a woman. It is an abomination.