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Think About This

Good luck thinking about anything else for a while.  I was half expecting the little girl at the end to get mutilated by her swing set.

Priest accused of raping a child…

…then of trying to hire a hitman to have him killed!  Wait, that’s an awful punchline!  Maybe there really isn’t anything funny about Catholicism.

Father John M. Fiala, 52, was in Dallas County Jail on one count of solicitation to commit murder and two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child, officials said. A judge set bail at $700,000.

The sexual assault charges were part of indictments handed up last week in Howard County, which brought to six the number of charges Fiala faces that involve the boy, who was 16 at the time of the alleged offenses.

The Texas Rangers and Department of Public Safety troopers arrested Fiala on Thursday after he negotiated a murder arrangement with an undercover officer at his residence in Garland, DPS spokesman Tom Vinger said.

A DPS investigation began Nov. 11, when a neighbor of Fiala tipped off Edwards County Sheriff Don Letsinger. “I received a call from an unnamed informant who was having problems with the way Fiala was acting,” the sheriff said.

The neighbor “had been solicited (to commit the murder) himself, and he didn’t want anything to do with that,” Letsinger said. Fiala reportedly offered the neighbor $5,000 to kill the teen, the sheriff said.

Afghanistan has pretty much always sucked for invaders

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Today in History: On May 15, 1988, the Soviet Union begins its withdrawal of 150,000 troops from Afghanistan. It would take 9 months for all troops to leave. The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan on December 27, 1979. The Soviet Union went in to help the Afghani government fight against the mujahideen. The United States supplied arms to the mujahideen jihad rebels, hoping to weaken the socialist government in Afghanistan. Most notable of these Islamic rebels was Osama bin Laden. The Soviet Union eventually took a smaller role in the conflict as the fighting continued and the Soviet Union grew weaker. By 1989, they had left the country torn and shattered. The political and economic instability in the region led to fighting between various warlords, and the eventual seize of power by the Taliban in 1996.

Clinging to guns and religion

Let me be clear, I don’t favor taking away either the guns or religion of law-abiding citizens.  However, I would sincerely like to see everybody in the world give up both.  This is just a pathetic stunt.

“We are wanting to send a message that there are legal, civil, intelligent and law-abiding citizens who also own guns,” Pagano said in greeting the audience, which included people who do not belong to his church.


Intelligent?  Too late, they’re in church.

Our Imaginary Man can kick your Imaginary Man’s ass!

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Wow. Truly horrifying. Nothing like mindless repetition for all your brainwashing needs, huh? The part that gets me the most is when they talk about Imaginary Man’s fists. This abomination is supposed to be for children? I thought Imaginary Man was all about love. I must be thinking of the wrong Testiclemint. Christians have an uncanny ability to quote only the scriptures that support their current argument. For instance, they love to point out how much Imaginary Man hates the ho-mo-sexuals, because of the gibberish in Leviticus (one of the most evil books ever written, in my opinion), but when it comes time to obey the dietary laws in Leviticus, they tell you how Jebus did away with all those old laws.