Utterly obvious no-brainers…


Utterly obvious no-brainers have become rebellion. And my family says i need a weapon for self defense with this shirt. How depraved can one be to react in violence to utterly obvious statements such as this? Shall “Rocks are hard,” and “the sky is blue,” become so controversial?

We need to let talkative fools know we are the silently wise majority. Normalize normal.

(And check out Mark Dice’s shirts on Teespring.)


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December 27, 2017 · 1:09 am

Great show! Be sure to check out their Exodus episodes!

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London long gone?

This video breaks my heart: https://youtu.be/IP3tl8PyEiM .

I know secular, socialist, Evolutionist England has tested God long enough. But alas, still, it is the great empire from which the U.S.A. sprang. It had supplied the world with most if its evangelists. It had been the stereotype for advanced, polite, decent society. But now filth and chaos. “And David lamented with this lamentation over Saul and over Jonathan his son: … {19}…how are the mighty fallen! {20} … {25} How are the mighty fallen in the midst of the battle! … {27} How are the mighty fallen, …” —2nd Samuel 1:17, 19, 25, 27 KJV.

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December 7, 2017 · 12:54 am

How to…

For all my life, whenever Genesis 4:1 or a similar verse was taught, people taught that “knew” was the Bible’s polite way of referring to sex. Now i see they were getting their terminology from the rape-gang of Sodom. “Conception” is the word that doesn’t mean sex, so that it can politely stand in for the word sex. This can be seen in Genesis 4:1 of course, but more clearly in 30:38–39. That is, unless you believe the rods somehow (kinda magically) caused those sheep to conceive sans sex.

Why am i “arguing” this? What’s the application? The application is for husbands. To get your wife to will to have sex with you, make like Adam and know her. And make sure she is aware you’re getting to know her, and keeping the knowledge. That is to say, let her enjoy that you know her.

I ain’t saying this from experience. But this makes more sense of the Bible as a continuity for me. It also lines up with advice on how to get a girlfriend to get a wife. Why hasn’t this advice come from the Omniscient inventor of men’s sex-drives, who is also compassionate unto us? Oh wait, it has, and right early too.

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November 30, 2017 · 12:41 pm

Owen, “When is Europe going to have enough of this? But they don’t have the 2nd Amendment over there. That’s what i would be doing here! You know what happens when someone tries a terrorist attack in Texas? They get shot dead!”


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I know when not.

Imagine if apostle, fig tree, Nathanael were “Pretrib”. I.e. if he believed in a rapture before the Tribulation from the Antichrist, mixed with God’s wrath on the antichrists.
Jesus could be like, “But of /that/ day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father.”
But instead of the next verse, Nathanael interjects, “Wow, Lord. Thou couldest return any instant now!”
Thomas leans over and sort of whispers, “I think he needs to leave first.”
Nathanael a little indignant whispers, “O quiet thou doubting Thomas. We know not the day, nor the hour!”. Nathanael closes his eyes and prepares for lift off. 
Thomas leans back and shouts, “He is right here! Look thou canst feel his hands, and his sides! He never left! Could the Lord’s glorious return be an unknown number of days and hours, after some things? Help him out, Lord.”
The conversation never happened, but it is fun to imagine. But the point is, “…that day and that hour knoweth no man…” did NOT mean “ANY second”, _back_ at the very moment Jesus said it.

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September 15, 2017 · 10:12 pm

the real prison

I’m holding a small dog right now to keep the little fatty from begging at someone weak willed against her.

So i remembered this:


Thomas Costain’s history, The Three Edwards, described the life of Raynald III, a fourteenth-century duke in what is now Belgium. Grossly overweight, Raynald was commonly called by his Latin nickname, Crassus, which means “fat.”
After a violent quarrel, Raynald’s younger brother Edward led a successful revolt against him. Edward captured Raynald but did not kill him. Instead, he built a room around Raynald in the Nieuwkerk castle and promised him he could regain his title and property as soon as he was able to leave the room.
This would not have been difficult for most people since the room had several windows and a door of near-normal size, and none was locked or barred. The problem was Raynald’s size. To regain his freedom, he needed to lose weight. But Edward knew his older brother, and each day he sent a variety of delicious foods. Instead of dieting his way out of prison, Raynald grew fatter.
When Duke Edward was accused of cruelty, he had a ready answer: “My brother is not a prisoner. He may leave when he so wills.”
Raynald stayed in that room for ten years and wasn’t released until after Edward died in battle. By then his health was so ruined he died within a year … a prisoner of his own appetite.
Dave Wilkenson
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September 10, 2017 · 5:21 pm