Friday, February 10, 2012

If marriage is a religious act, shouldn't we leave it up to the religions to decide if homosexuals can marry or not? Answer: Yes!

I think we should let religions define what marriage is so long as we include all religions in the discussion equally. As freedom of religion requires, we can't allow the most popular religions mandate the rules for the lesser popular religions. Thus, if laws are to be written, they must respect all religions. If a homosexual person is a member of a religion that allows him to get married, the law should allow him to do so. If the catholic church is against homosexuals getting married, it's their right to refuse to marry them. However, it's not their right to step on the toes of the homosexual person's religion by making laws prohibiting them from exercising their religious right to get married.

Monday, January 16, 2012

Again, sounded like a good idea in the planning phase

Lesson to be learned here, silly string is very flamable... Don't spray on a birthday cake!

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Could stair at this all day

I like to imagine this bottle was filled with some hardcore moonshine, and this is what happens when you drink it all, then set a lit match in it.

Man Up Greeting Card

I'm saving this one for later, cause I know I'm gonna send it a lot.


While attaching the ramp to the front of the pick up truck seemed like a good idea, I don't see how they thought the ramp in the back was gonna work.