Monthly Archives: November 2006

Local girl’s basketball coach just can’t win…

A couple of months ago I read about a girl’s basketball coach who was constantly being harassed by a group of parents.  It got so bad that the school and the parents made the decision that for this year’s team, … Continue reading

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Gay committment ceremony in Galveston

Pam, at Pam’s House Blend is discussing the recent committment ceremony of two men in Galveston.  The local paper, the Galveston Country Daily News, gave the ceremony a three page spread (!).  As expected the ‘good christians’ had hissy fits.  … Continue reading

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The Peace Sign=the Sign of the Devil

Oh boy, these fundamentalist Christians really need to take a break from the evil, wicked world.  The S.F. Chronicle is reporting today that at a town near Denver a couple put up a wreath in the shape of a peace … Continue reading

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It is going to get mighty cold and wet here soon!

  I just checked the weather for San Francisco, and the pictures show what our weather is usually like–clear during the day and sometimes clear at night (this week looks like all clear).  However, the lows at night are going … Continue reading

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Letter to the Spectator

A while back I wrote a letter to the editor of Spectator complaining about an idiot named Stein.  I just noticed that the letter was published on Oct. 14, but they took out some of my words and added others! … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays? or Merry Christmas?

Oh boy, I figure this little argument would come up very soon, and sure enough, Liberty Counsel, the lawyers sent out by Falwell, have begun their attacks on stores that do not say "Merry Christmas" in their advertising for the … Continue reading

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Crazy Bird

This morning I heard Zak scrambling around the windows and knew that there must be a bird close.  When I went into the livingroom, I saw what looked like a sparrow that was constantly hitting the window about a foot … Continue reading

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