atomic_fungus (atomic_fungus) wrote,
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atomic_fungus

#4188: Argh etc.

Another hard day at work where I had to run at full speed the entire time I was there. I had to make time to take a few swallows from the bottle of diet Pepsi I'd set on the back counter when I arrived; I also had to make time to hit the can.

I didn't have time to do anything else but serve clients until it was after 8 PM. Fortunately I have the next couple of days off, so hopefully I can get some sleep.

*sigh*

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Like Vox Day I'm switching browsers and going to Pale Moon...and for the same reason Vox Day is doing so.

Matt Walsh tells the gay rights militants that they're going to lose.

John C. Wright comments on it, and quotes Vox Day:
If atheists truly want a power struggle for the right to be intolerant, Christians will eventually engage and win. Because we will die before we will give up our beliefs and you will not. We invented the Crusade and the Inquisition, two institutions so historically intimidating that atheists still shiver and tell each other scary stories about them centuries after the event.
Once this blog post is done, Mozilla Firefox comes off the computer, never to return.

And then the AoSHQ Overnight Open Thread begins thus:
Richard Fernandez: The Cold Civil War Has Begin
Much of the shock following the removal of Brendan Eich from the position of Mozilla CEO came from the realization that, in a manner of speaking, America was now at war. True it's a culture war, not a physical conflict. But if you were waiting for the moment when the Cold Civil War actually begins, this might be it.
Well if you want a culture war, I'll give you a culture war. And you will not like it.

Don't mistake my indifference towards your cause as acceptance or tolerance in any way, shape, or form of your fascist means.
Having thrown down the gauntlet, the homosexual lobby may find the results not to its liking.

Or, who knows? Maybe the Obama administration will use this as an excuse to torch the Constitution and take over everything.

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Anyway, it was a hard day, and my wife and I are tired. Movie time!
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