Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Eight Questions

the spider stops to contemplate 
upon these questions numbered eight

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Mark Barna of The Gazette
8.  Since "The Pulpit" is much, MUCH more about gay than God, why does the Gazette continue to permit GLBT-lovin' God-bashin' Barna to title his column as such?  I mean, just imagine if I had a column called "The Gay Pagan" and all I ever wrote about was religion...?

Better yet, with a typing speed of 125 WPM and plenty skill, why doesn't the Gazette hire me as either their education or religion writer, and allow Mark to focus on his expertise?  Or is it that they only allow bland white liberal atheist males to write irreverently for them (with a couple of token liberal blacks of mediocre talent tossed in here and there for flava)?

7.  Why wouldn't anyone vote Lisa Czelatdko over Mike Merrifield?

6.  Why when it was "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" did everyone tell me anyway?


5. Who killed Jocelyn Sandberg?  Why doesn't anyone in the GLBT "community" seem to wonder, remember, or even care about that anymore -- or are they all too busy adopting, enlisting, and gittin' hitched?

4. With regard to local politico and mountain runner Jan Tanner...that both her married surname Tanner and maiden surname Jorgensen family crests plainly depict three blackamoors heads  is no mere coincidence and of much significance; obviously, there's something these folks are trying to keep within the family;   besides pizza, historically, what is the Tanner-Jorgensen family business?  

3.  Wazzup at America the Beautiful Park, wazzup with every single person or entity involved with its creation, and what is its significance with regard to the Southern Delivery System?

The dark and light eyes of Horus,
depicted to the left by the Drake Power Plant/America the Beautiful Park geoglyph,
and depicted to the right by Marilyn Manson


2.  I have written about the manifold reasons that I have an especial familiarity with suicide; I apologize in advance if I upset and/or offend anyone with the following question...but with all of the strong-mayor stuff, and changes to City Council, and changes to Memorial Hospital...isn't it possible that Dr. Ted Eastburn's death only appeared to be a suicide?  He was a great man, one who would have received my vote for mayor; just days before his death, he lunched with Richard Skorman...and I'm curious if the Doctor mentioned anything about running for mayor at that time?

1.  Whether calling ourselves conservatives, liberals, Progressives, Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, Tea Partiers, communists, socialists, capitalists, fascists, fabians or we as Americans understand or have any clue where we're going as a nation, as a people and as a world?  Do we really want to go there?  Since it's all foretold in the Bible, is it stupid to pray evenso, that we find the fortitude to work together and turn the tide?

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