Monthly Archives: September 2015

What Insanity!

In Heaven, the Christians say, god has prepared a better life for man. Is it better to never be hungry or thirsty, or in need of clothing or shelter, than to work for and earn these things? Is it better … Continue reading

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Bomb Islam

It is bomb, bomb, bomb, Drop a bomb into Islam. Now we go bomb, bomb, bomb, Into a tomb, tomb, tomb! There is a place, there is a room, There’s a wasting space of doom, And it is down, very … Continue reading

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Oh, Islam Is A Bed-Bug

Oh, Islam is a bed-bug, Your blood it wants to drink; So squash it with authority And wash it down the sink! Authority of love-of-life, That does with reason think, And with good acts of soldiers true Pours Islam down … Continue reading

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The Nunnery (on Fox News, last night they showed some college girls visiting a nunnery.)

The girls came to the nunnery, Who selfhood had them none, To learn the life of nunnery, Which isn’t much a one. They lay upon the floor there And deemed it very nice, And dreamed of evil more there And … Continue reading

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Sky-Striders, Come!

When men give all their all to God And he gives nothing back,— Wait! Since there’s no god, nor ghostly bod’ It is not right to write like that! ……………………………………. When men give all their all to naught And all … Continue reading

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Praise God? Praise Man?

Most men do not think it is mentally un-healthy to worship God. The science of psychology has a long way to go before it itself becomes healthy, before its practitioners cease to be cowards and embrace man’s nature, man’s reason, … Continue reading

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What?

“What?!” the man exclaimed, “you don’t believe in God? You don’t believe in anything?” I looked him straight in the eyes and said, “I believe in justice.” “What? That blind-folded woman who can’t see what’s going on? Come on, get … Continue reading

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