Monthly Archives: June 2017

Continuing God Hoax

Since “God” is an arbitrary assertion, to say that one believes in God is to say no more than that one believes in arbitrary assertion. Now, one sees that believers often engage in argument for their belief. Why? A belief, … Continue reading

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For Clarinda

A-searching for those pictures rare To perch on post and boast their fare, Our special hostess has such fun We wish her more for every one! So profit we whose eyes can see The top of beauty—all for free, And … Continue reading

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Inspiration

I see you in your library Sitting in your chair. You’re reading oh, so calmly In light-of-thinking there. Perhaps I shouldn’t “see” you, You’ll say I’m falling off; But I need inspiration And never get enough.

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Coffee Queen

There were two coffee drinkers Who “liked” each other well (For all you lofty thinkers Of quotes make what you will). They found they both drank Nescafe’ (Oh, blessed coincidence!) But knew they were too strong to stray From off … Continue reading

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She Walks

Along the garden-path she walks serene, Her thoughts befit the musings of a Queen; But Queen she would not be of any land, Unless she could full freedom fair command. If she gave orders, they would only be To make … Continue reading

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Hoax and Jello

Tolerance is another moral hoax. No one ever says, “We should be tolerant of someone’s honesty, goodness, virtue.” No. It is always “We should be tolerant of someone’s evil,” or, “We should be tolerant of a moslem’s belief that all … Continue reading

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Old Monsoon

Whoosh! Comes the wind! Da-da da-da Da! Comes the rain! Old Monsoon is swooning For Malaysia again! She throws up her arms, She wails for a while; Yet keeps all her charms Hid deep from his guile. Whoosh! He blows … Continue reading

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Moral Hoaxes

These following two statements alleged to Jesus are what I call moral hoaxes—hoaxes pertaining to morality. One, when someone slaps you, turn the other cheek. This is pure nonsense. Since it is morally wrong to initiate force, and a slap … Continue reading

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