Posts tagged "gods"

Church of the Holy Gun (sponsored by the NRA)

Sitting in the Globe Theatre in London UK to see Richard III, it crossed my mind. What if we were in an American theater? Bang bang, and many of us would die. The first thing to cross my mind was to throw myself on my mid30 year old daughter. For the bench, backless seating of... Read more »

Who is Barbaric? Aztecs versus Pentagon

Watching a VHS recorded PBS show on human sacrifice by the Aztecs, the question arose in my brain–of barbarism. Who was more barbaric? The Spanish voiced shock to learn the Aztecs would sacrifice humans to feed their gods. Given today’s penchant to sacrifice humans to the mistake of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, I have... Read more »
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