Jun 22, 2016 ean commented on NYTimes Prints Clueless Op-Ed By Stupid LGBT Gun-Fondler.
People shooting other people in heroic good guy vs bad guy scenarios is the central narrative of the NRA and it's followers. Case specific details like LGBT, nightclub, drunks, hate crimes, etc. are beside the point: in this narrative, everyone in that club should have been packing, because then the "good guys" could have shot the "bad guy". It's that simple. Arguments regarding collateral damage, drunks with guns, shooting in a dark crowded room, caliber, clip size, or how everyone thinks they are right (including George Zimmerman and Omar Mateen), are irrelevant because "only a good guy with a gun can stop a bad guy with a gun".

The NRA wants a world where everyone gets to make up his own version of what is right and act on it with a deadly weapon at any time and place, and we are on our way to living in it. The next stop on this journey? I guess it's a disco massacre with multiple shooters, each doing what he thinks is right, resulting in yet another kind of senseless slaughter. See how that's better? I don't.

Ask yourselves, is this the world YOU want to live it?
Feb 16, 2016 ean commented on I, Anonymous.
That behavior is weird as shit. Avoid at all costs.
Oct 28, 2015 ean commented on I, Anonymous.
That is pretty bad behavior. Not much more to say on that.
Oct 27, 2015 ean commented on I, Anonymous.
Consider this a less creepy version of "it doesn't seem like you want to join our cult", and be glad you dodged a bullet.
Sep 26, 2015 ean commented on Awesome Welcome Home Hate Mail.
The writer didn't actually put that quote at the end, did he? Holy cow that is awesomecrazy!
Sep 5, 2015 ean commented on Box-Office Hit War Room Made Me Shake with Rage.
This movie isn't any more dangerous that the BS on sale at the pulpit every Sunday in a church near you. Prayer, confession, and forgiveness are the crap answers to life's problems most of us over 40 were given when we were children. The only difference was that just about everybody everywhere believed it. The whole damn society though this shit was real! Try standing up to that as an 8 year old. If this offends you, you are in for a lot of offence!
Aug 14, 2015 ean commented on Catholic Priest: We Can Reach Out to Gay People by Comparing Gay Sex to Shoving a Bagel in Your Ear.
Title Track: We Have Decent Fucking Bagels.

(sorry. I will stop now.)
Aug 14, 2015 ean commented on Catholic Priest: We Can Reach Out to Gay People by Comparing Gay Sex to Shoving a Bagel in Your Ear.
Anal Bagels, by the Banal Angels! Concept band name and first album title in the CAN (so to speak).
Jul 8, 2015 ean commented on I, Anonymous.
Liberal Arts degrees get a bad rap. Lots of successful people do just fine in the grown up world with BAs in non professional, non technical fields. If you think the only path to a livable paycheck is through a CS or Accounting degree, or through an MD or JD, then you are probably just talking to Programmers and Accountants or Docs, or maybe just listening to one of my dad's "what are you going to do with your life" rants from back in the 80's.

The truth is that Liberal Arts majors are more well rounded and better at interacting and communicating with their colleagues than their technical counterparts, making better salesmen, creative thinkers, and leaders. They do tend to struggle a bit right out of college, because they have to break into some field or other, and to be fair the techies/professionals don't typically have this problem.

However, if you are lazy, obnoxious, or profanity prone (OP?), or choose dumb places to work with no opportunity to progress, you will have a harder time making that Comparative Studies BA work for you than if you are a code slinging BSCS.

I say: drop the f-bomb dropping, hang in there, and you will eventually be glad you got an interesting degree. They make for better cocktail party conversation anyway.
Jun 13, 2015 ean commented on I Have a Proposal for Rachel Dolezal.
I wouldn't hold my breath on liking that girls show.