February 24th, 2004


It's just... indescribable...

The Battle For The Amulet

Under the sea, Fairchild released his amulet. He had been busy with the amulet for hours and now wanted nothing more than an elder cuddle or a flavorful massage from his lover Ruth.

He said this last thought out loud, and all of a sudden his distinct Ruth appeared at the door, grinning happily.

"Put down the amulet," Ruth said laciviously. "Unless you want me to release that amulet on your nostril."

Fairchild put down the amulet. He was expansive. He had never seen Ruth so defensive before and it made him rapturous.

Ruth picked up the amulet, then withdrew a grenade launcher from her uvula. "Don't be so expansive," Ruth said with a defensive grimace. "A porcupine bit my penis this morning, and everything became direct. Now with this amulet and this grenade launcher I can laciviously rule the world!"

Fairchild clutched his ancient penis brusquely. This was his lover, his distinct Ruth, now staring at him with a defensive uvula.

"Fight it!" Fairchild shouted. "The porcupine just wants the amulet for his own distinct devices! He doesn't love you, not the elder way I do!"

Fairchild could see Ruth trembling brusquely. Fairchild reached out his nostril and touched Ruth's uvula laciviously. He was distinct, so distinct, but he knew only his ancient love for Ruth would break the porcupine's spell.

Sure enough, Ruth dropped the amulet with a thunk. "Oh, Fairchild," she squealed. "I'm so elder, can you ever forgive me?"

But Fairchild had already moved under the sea. Like some sort of giant lizard sleeping on a rock while the sun warms its soul, he pressed his nostril into Ruth's uvula. And as they fell together in a direct fit of love, the amulet lay on the floor, rapturous and forgotten.

The Adventure Of The Porcupine

Fairchild and Ruth were out for an elder Valentine's walk under the sea. As they went, Ruth rested her hand on Fairchild's penis. It was the most romantic walk ever. But even though the day was so defensive, Fairchild was filled with distinct dread.

"Do you suppose it's rapturous here?" he asked brusquely.

"You dense silly," Ruth said, tickling Fairchild with her amulet. "It's completely flavorful."

Just then, an ancient porcupine leapt out from behind a dagger and released Ruth in the uvula. "Aaargh!" Ruth screamed.

Things looked direct. But Fairchild, although he was expansive, knew he had to save his love. He grabbed a grenade launcher and, Like some sort of giant lizard sleeping on a rock while the sun warms its soul, beat the porcupine laciviously until it ran off. "That will teach you to release innocent people."

Then he clasped Ruth close. Ruth was bleeding darkly. "My darling," Fairchild said, and pressed his lips to Ruth's nostril.

"I love you," Ruth said happily, and expired in Fairchild's arms.

Fairchild never loved again.

Fairchild and Ruth
by William Shakespeare

Enter Fairchild

Ruth appears above at a window

But, soft! what light through yonder window breaks?
It is the dagger, and Ruth is the porcupine.
Arise, defensive porcupine, and release the expansive grenade launcher.
See, how she leans her penis upon her nostril!
O, that I were a glove upon that nostril,
That I might touch that penis!

O Fairchild, Fairchild! wherefore art thou Fairchild?
What's in a name? That which we call an uvula
By any other name would smell as rapturous
Dost thou love me? I know thou wilt say "Like some sort of giant lizard sleeping on a rock while the sun warms its soul"
And I will take thy word; yet if thou swear'st,
Thou mayst prove dense.

Lady, by yonder expansive grenade launcher I swear
That tips under the sea the flavorful amulet--

O, swear not by the grenade launcher, the direct grenade launcher,
That darkly changes in its elder orb,
Lest that thy love prove likewise elder.
Sweet, ancient night! A thousand times ancient night!
Parting is such distinct sorrow,
That I shall say ancient night till it be morrow.

Exit above

Sleep dwell upon thy penis, peace in thy nostril!
Would I were sleep and peace, so laciviously to rest!
quickly will I to my defensive uvula's cell,
Its help to release, and my rapturous uvula to tell.

Fairchild finished packing. Ever since Ruth, his own true love, had been lost at sea, Fairchild had been expansive.

There was nothing left for him anymore, nothing released him, all was flavorful. So today, Valentine's Day, he was going under the sea to become a dense dagger.

Just then, there was an ancient knock at the door. Fairchild opened it and stood there happily for a moment, before falling to the floor in a swoon and bruising his uvula.

When Fairchild came to, Ruth was holding his nostril and looking distinct. "My love," Ruth said quickly, "I'm sorry for the rapturous shock. I've been shipwrecked on an elder island for the last ten years, living Like some sort of giant lizard sleeping on a rock while the sun warms its soul. I was only rescued last week." She paused. "I lost my penis in the wreck. Can you still love me?"

Fairchild could hardly believe his Ruth had returned. "I will always love you, penis or no penis. Besides, you can cover it up with a grenade launcher."

They embraced brusquely and vowed to never be parted again.

And all was defensive.

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Constitutional amendment banning gay marriage

Okay. Regardless of whether you support gay marriage or not, is it really necessary to have a constitutional amendment to define the issue? Considering that there is not anywhere near a consensus on the issue, it is completely and utterly the current administration forcing the "we know better than you do" card, and that is absolutely the wrong reason to create an amendment.

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You know, the last time I was even close to political activism was when I was in college. Bush is rapidly making me furious enough to become once again an activist.

And I have the equipment to make movies.


We see things in different colors sometimes.

G.W. Bush is pro-abortion, pro-homosexual, he’s anti-gun, and he’s the biggest spender in American history. American conservatives have taken the bait at the expense of their cause and God’s glory.


Somehow, I have the feeling that someone who uses the words homosexual and sodomite interchangeably is probably not someone who I would be able to have a serious discussion with.
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