Not a good day to insult Marc or Canadians in general. Why do you always have to be such a douchebag?
'Cause the Bean counter's a cunt, fur sure.
The "fur sure" is like the skin of a puffer fish. Bloated and full of air. It's called LEAVEN; aka hypocrisy.
Proverbs 16:18 Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall.
Notice the reference number??? Bean counter's imagine their snarly remarks are perfect and forever, like a golden mean would glow like a hammer pounding a horseshoe.
One must see through such delusions of grandeur!
Douchebags are always puffed-up and "full of it".
I say the douchebag is a real asswipe. I think he might have a shitty propeller spinning on his Bennie head. They are the generators of shit storms
, you know, fur sure!
Why do douchebags use hockey pucks to play their sanctimoniousness every month. Why they last three periods naturally. What's so unnatural is that only a douchebag would imagine using a filthy rag for righteousness and at that, to stretch it out for three periods.
Now THAT is stress
Isaiah 64:6 But we are all as an unclean thing, and all our righteousnesses are as filthy rags; and we all do fade as a leaf; and our iniquities, like the wind, have taken us away.
I wonder how STRESSED The ?Honourable? Robert Douglas Nicholson feels about all all this DEA extra-DICTION convolutions of extrapolating crapola
Seems purely POLITICAL in what the DEA has/is and forever will be (hubris always obliges law above the law) contriving when it comes to their invasion of Canadian sovereignty. That ALONE should cancel and treaty obligations.
Seems that the justice minister would have a duty (if not oath?) to null and void the DEAth land request, as it is purely all political, ergo parasitic and blood sucking!
Is-raelistically (sss)peaking however, "the law is above the law", when it comes to holier-than-thou douchebags and stressfully, living the truth has a bit in its mouth(do as I say ah; Isaiah, don't do as I do do) when it comes to "breaking laws" to (justify the means to unjust ends)that serve Masters over their Slaves (the 007, license to Break the Moral Law?) so I wouldn't expect much from the cunts who run Canada's inJustice System...
Given: "...laws to serve their own needs..."
If that idea was composed as a kind of algebraic function, maybe it would look like this:
Where variable (x) = laws
f(x) = y (WHY?)
Given y = (o)wn (n)eeds = on
(f)laws = on
What is this function, i.e. f(laws), that the variable (x) in the laws depends (up)on, given y = (o)wn (n)eeds?
The flaw is in the laws.
Two things fill my mind with ever-increasing wonder...
the starry heavens above me and the moral law within me. Immanuel Kant
P.S. (From Haloscan comments by Cee Miracles)
Stress... By Layla Anwar
This September my old water tank burst, my heating system had to be shut down, and my well-pump was out of commission.
I have an old homestead in winter snow country with streams on the property and my electricity was still working. It also rained and I could catch water from the house eaves. I decided that that was more than most Iraqis have, and I'd tough it out as long as I could in honor of their valiant struggle.
A few days later I did manage to get cold water out of a tap, and I could heat it in a pot on my electric stove.
I "showered" outside a few times beneath the pines or in a field when it was a fairly warm day, and washed my dishes and had enough for cooking.
I located a source of wood, and put in a double barrel stove that was on the edge of a roadside and cost me $20. I was on my third cord of wood at the end of November when my suburban-based son kindly stepped in and hired a plumber for his renegade mother.
By the first week of December, the water ran cold and hot, and the heat from baseboards that were in danger of freezing warmed the house and my, by then complaining, two cats and old dog.
I am 71, and I was born during The Great Depression. And life was different then. People didn't whine over everything. They made do and got creative. Still, for many, it was a horrendous time.
I did suffer stress in this ordeal, and the skin on my hands cracked some and my hair got coarser without being able to wash it much. But everyday I thought of the Iraqis and so many others who not only do not have water and electricity, but they have no food or adequate shelter. And when you add to that 40,000 tons of bombs dropped [67 per cent of all U.S. cruise missiles were used to bomb Baghdad in the beginning of SHOCK & AWE, plus 30,000 tons of bombs were dropped] in the last few days outside of Baghdad, do you shriek, as I do, thinking of the blown-up souls ...and then my own grandchildren possibly someday blown up and lying around in bloody bits and pieces because of what has been wrought in the last many years on so many INNOCENT PEOPLE?
Wasn't the line WE ARE GOING TO LIBERATE THE IRAQIS sold to us every minute of the day on some network somewhere?
Yes, Layla, you are right. We Americans have been dumbed down and entranced by propaganda. And, yes, so many of us are shallow and ignorant ... and arrogant and racist.
But I more than suspect that our time, here in the U.S., is coming.
Economic Depression and more than a little fascistic problems ... already in the works.
And the young and the very selfish and self-centered will learn about "stress" to the nth degree.
I certainly don't wish it, but I know because, as an elder, I have known enough pain in my own lifetime to understand that who I am now and what I can handle is a far cry from the self-centered young person I was once when times got prosperous after WWII. My "Great Depression" skills and attitude have kicked in many times as I've gone along, and I've been grateful for those knowings.
Those who are younger now in the U.S. are likely going to find out what they are made of in the not too-distant-future. And it is then they will begin to understand about stress and grace under pressure. And hopefully, most of them will develop compassion, the universal compassion that disallows for the barbarity of killing and hurting others. Maybe.
I often wonder how people keep going, whether in Iraq or Darfur or in so many other countries and maintain their sense of humanity and are still generous of spirit as so many Iraqis and others constantly demonstrate.
Yes, Layla, write. Keep on writing and tell it like it is.
And maybe, let us hope, more and more will understand and, if there is enough time, we may evolve into human beings who, as a given, will no longer perpetrate, accept or allow the unconscionable.
Let us hope.
Cee Miracles | 01.14.08 - 6:53 pm | #