So it Seems

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I’m writing down these thoughts on Tuesday-the-Four-Teenth. That’s not in the least bit significant… unless you’re into numerology. Then you have to decide whether to put the month first= 10-14-14 or the day first= 14-10-14, which looks more symmetrical and therefore more organized. But no matter what you do, Wednesday screws up the numerology, and what’s worse, it has nothing do with entropy and the eventual death of the universe in a grand fizzle, or whatever term scientists are using for it these days.
Pluto is still a planet.
Cowboy boots cause blisters.
The city of Houston has issued subpoenas demanding a group of pastors turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or Annise Parker, the city’s first openly lesbian mayor. And those ministers who fail to comply could be held in contempt of court.
If you don’t eat your supper, you can’t have any desert.
Interstellar, A movie that will be released on November 7, is about astronauts who leave an environmentally devastated Earth to go through a wormhole and find a solution for the folks back home.
My thought for the day is to ignore everything above this sentence, and…

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12 thoughts on “So it Seems

  1. Austin is creeping into Houston, and now, that's not amusing. But the carpet munching mayor needs to get a frigging life.

  2. The Houston situation is interesting. I want to see the Houston Police go from parish (and parsonage) to parish serving search warrants in defiance if the First Amendment – Freedom of Speech and Religion – collecting documentation from people of faith to see if any of them quoted Holy Scripture in condemnation of the practice of homosexuality.

  3. Agree with all, and in Houston will that ALSO apply to Mosques? And what about Synagogues, black churches and others??? Or is it just WASP and Catlicks???

  4. It certainly does not apply to mosques, home of terrorists and turn-coats. I don't think that it applies to Black Liberation Theology Centers either (Rev. Wright). Likely Catlicks and WASPs are the targets.

  5. I'm not sure that the document still carries water in many quarters in the nation. You'd think that it should, but when everyone in DC ignores the rules, it emboldens petty lesbian potentates in Houston.

  6. They want separation of Church and State, unless the Church is talking about the State, and then the State wants to know everything the Church is doing. How about the Church subpoenas all government records on anything said about the Church….

  7. A Special Master search warrant would do the trick. It would be interesting to find a Houston area judge who would issue this sort of search warrant (screw the subpoena – if you want the info, get a warrant). Of course, you'd need to have a felony committed – but if we're ignoring the Constitution anyway, in the words of a wanna-be president, "what difference does it make?"

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