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quote of the year ~

Posted in earthly delights with tags on December 28, 2012 by johnny haddo

there’s no way you could ever  hate me half as much as I don’t care _

Sacred Cow

Posted in earthly delights with tags on December 28, 2012 by johnny haddo

The Missionary Position ~

This book details another side of the Catholic Saint Mother Theresa of Calcutta.  Anyone with that long a title must surely be most beneficial to the existence of mankind.  Right?
Missionary positionFrom an interview with Mother Theresa:
Q:  ”So you wouldn’t agree with people who say there are too many children in India?”
A:  ”I do not agree because God always provides.  He provides for the flowers and the birds, for everything in the world that he has created.   And those little children are his life.  There can never be enough.”
Perhaps there is another opinion:
Poor-Children
God obviously does not provide for every animal and plant.  Nor every person.  Species go extinct.  Animals starve to death from competition in the wild.  Plants whither and die in drought.  People suffer and starve.  This woman dedicated her life to helping the poor.  Her help included spreading religion and an anti-birth control message.  She may have fed the poor but also helped to create more poverty.
Our society has brought us unprecedented wealth through our growth in technology.  It has also wrought great poverty in underdeveloped societies.  Charity is a temporary fix to a growing problem.  It is the basic human rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness that should be granted to all people.  Instead, billions of people are unable to pursue these goals because they don’t have their basic needs met.  They don’t have food, shelter, drinking water, medicine, or sanitation.  I therefore urge you to give whatever you can in charity, but I also urge you more importantly to promote the development of mankind worldwide so that people can have not just the opportunity to survive, but to thrive.

the abbot of Unreason..the feast of fools

Posted in earthly delights with tags on December 24, 2012 by johnny haddo

Even our most excellent and guileless prophets, the unmistakable representatives of God, who when unhindered in their work are our faithful ministers, are treated with insolence.” For the soldiers, they spend all their wages in riot and loose women, see plays perhaps, “for they learn vulgarity and the practices of actors”. Their military discipline is relaxed and slackened. They make sport of the laws and the government of which they have been appointed guardians. For they ridicule and insult the august government. They mount a chariot as though upon a stage; they appoint pretended lictors and publicly act like buffoons. This is the nobler part of their ribaldry. But their other doings, how can one mention them? Does not the champion, the lion-hearted man, the man who when armed is the admiration of his friends and the terror of his foes, loose his tunic to his ankles, twine a girdle about his breast, use a woman’s sandal, put a roll of hair on his head in feminine fashion, and ply the distaff full of wool, and with that right hand which once bore the trophy, draw out the thread, and changing the tone of his voice utter his words in the sharper feminine treble?

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The BoN CluB ~

Posted in earthly delights on July 28, 2012 by johnny haddo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xW5abat5NEU

 

double trouble ~

strange dazes

Posted in earthly delights on July 15, 2012 by johnny haddo

any chance of a quickie

Posted in earthly delights with tags on July 8, 2012 by johnny haddo

STEAL ~

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 jam yesterday…jam tomorrow but never jam today ~ click here for a little blood _ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDpnjE1LUvE

Lady Tampax..??

Posted in earthly delights with tags on July 8, 2012 by johnny haddo

fame makes the ugly beautiful & the beautiful into icons of exaggerated perfection,

so the war is over..god save the new queen..click here for Mickael Moorcock  _http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gu3RARqBCdI&list=FL1vI7YGVzp5iXoDX4eR9pKg&index=7&feature=plcphttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gu3RARqBCdI&list=FL1vI7YGVzp5iXoDX4eR9pKg&index=7&feature=plcp

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