commented on Savage Love
@33 - But no one claims every word of Shakespeare is to be interpreted literally and/or is to be used as a moral handbook. If people thought of the Bible as old (lousy I might add) literature rather than as 'scripture', there wouldn't be a problem.
commented on SL Letter of the Day: The Big Finish
I often can't finish in the mornings if I'm not awake enough yet. And usually it just makes it even more explosive the next time I do climax. That's just how I work. My wife doesn't complain about this at all. She just climbs on top and gets herself a couple nice orgasms. It can be a little frustrating on occasion, but I know she's good for repaying the favor at some point in the future, so it's not a big deal.
commented on Saddlebacking As Birth Control
All I have to say about this is that more slog posts should be accompanied by Garfunkel & Oates videos. Because they are awesome.
Nov 21, 2012
commented on Republicans Try to Figure Out the Problem with Republicans
The other problem is their other message: "We are your moral authorities". And that's a message that doesn't sit well with a lot of people, myself included. I could be much more easily convinced to engage in a conversation about differing views on fiscal policy if they would drop the pro-religion, anti-science, anti-choice, anti-women, anti-LGBT planks in their platform. Dropping the pro-war, pro-bloated-military bits wouldn't hurt either.