venerdì, dicembre 22, 2006

Traditional Christmas Tree

You Are a Traditional Christmas Tree

For a good Christmas, you don't have to re-invent the wheel.
You already have traditions, foods, and special things you bring out every year.

mercoledì, ottobre 25, 2006

Examinationsuppgift

Stress. stress. stresssss STRESS STRESSSS STRESS!!!!!!

Jag hatar att skriva. hatar hatar hatar. blä usch hui.

martedì, ottobre 24, 2006

interesting result

You Are Romanticism

You are likely to see the world as it should be, not as it is.
You prefer to celebrate the great things people do... not the horrors they're capable of.
For you, there is nothing more inspiring than a great hero.
You believe that great art reflects the artist's imagination and true ideals.

mercoledì, agosto 23, 2006

The guy who wrote this lost his job...

excerpts from A Lefty Lexicon:

"Class - grouping people by the contents of their wallet rather than, say, how they think, feel or behave as individuals.

Disproportionate - foreign affairs: Describes any act by USA or Israel.

Diversity - creating a workforce based on how people look rather than on their skills or aptitude.

Equal - as in ‘opportunities’: describes the desire to have a workforce resemble the population it comes from, rather than matched to the task in hand. See 'diversity'.

Fascism/Nazism - apparently the 'opposite' of Socialism - despite sharing party members, ideology and - in National Socialism - the name.

Gender issues - grouping people by their sex rather than how they think, feel or behave as individuals.

Hate-crime - same as 'normal' crime as far as victims are concerned - but much more distressing for Lefties.

Inclusive - Means 'drop entry standards until anyone can get in'.

Impartial - media, BBC: the balance achieved by attacking the Opposition for being Conservative and attacking the Government for being insufficiently Lefty.

Intolerance - Intolerance can only committed against certain defined groups of people. These do not include, Americans, the middle class, white manual workers, rural people, business and Christians obviously.

Islamophobic - anyone who objects to having their transport blown up on the way to work.

Legitimate grievances - foreign affairs: why we're all to blame for deranged Islamists murdering people in the developed world.

Marx - a Victorian gentleman whose theories cannot be disproved by observation, experience or factual evidence. See 'religion' and 'post-modernism'.

Multi-cultural - All culture is valid - unless Western in some way. Usually to be 'celebrated' and always found to be 'vibrant'. See 'diversity'.

Nazi - informal: describes non-Lefty views and useful to link with people Lefties don’t like. Thus Germany’s Nazi period is the only noteworthy formative experience of Pope Benedict.

Palestinians - archetype 'victims' no matter how many teenagers they murder in bars and fast food outlets. Never responsible for anything they do – or done in their name - because of 'root causes' or ‘legitimate grievances’.

Progressive - describes ideas generally thought up around 40 years ago – that still don't work.

al Qaeda - Muslim 'militants' who for some reason or other continue to kill far more Muslims than people of any other faith.

Race issues - grouping people by their skin colour as opposed to how they think, feel or behave as individuals.

Racist - means "shut up!" - and is much, much worse than being violent, thoughtless or unkind. In fact, easily the worst crime ever conceived of.

Relevant - education: something badly written, with references to sex and full of swear-words. Always better than literature by 'dead white people'.

Religion -

Christianity: irrational, dangerous belief that material things may not be the principal motive behind human behaviour.
Judaism: most Israelis are Jewish, so probably 'intolerant'.
Islam: always needs to be 'understood'.

Root causes - foreign affairs: Usually need to be 'examined'. Belief in 'root causes' reflects dogged Lefty habit of trying to see contemporary religious issues through the prism of ‘class analysis’.

South Africa - a national showcase for Lefty policies with a one-party state, some of the worst crime levels in the world, tragic AIDS mortality and declining economy.

Stereotype - any attempt to describe the general characteristics of a group favoured by Lefties.

Terrorist - no such thing. Only people suffering from ‘root causes’ and ‘legitimate grievances’.

Unilateral - media, BBC: used to describe any act by the United States in furtherance of its national interest.

Victim - see ‘Terrorist’, ‘Palestinians’, ‘gender issues’, ‘race issues’ and ‘social exclusion’."

and from the comments box:

"Evidence based – backing policy decisions with selective social science research.

Tolerance - The act of accepting that everyone else is right and you are wrong, or alternatively, permission to think only along approved lines.

Judgemental - Bigoted people that suggest that maybe some forms of behaviour are less socially optimal than others.

Positive discrimination - all discrimination is evil unless it's against those nasty white evil oppressors, in which case it's wonderful.

Targeted savings - cutbacks"

domenica, luglio 09, 2006

mercoledì, maggio 24, 2006

Tips

Svensk katolsk webradio: http://85.17.2.12:8276/listen.pls

lunedì, aprile 17, 2006

1984 iPod ad


Has Mr. Jobs had this idea for, like, 20 years!?
Just look at this picture from the famous 1984 ad and tell me that thing is something else.

Edit: It IS an iPod. But the pic is from the (in 2004) remastered 1984 ad, in which Apple thought it be fun to add it. Here is the original, non-remastered version:

mercoledì, febbraio 22, 2006

Muhammed Cartoons



More muhammed cartoons

Islamophobic: In a parallel universe...

"In a parallel universe..."

Muslim war on everyone else, especially Christians - What would the reaction be, had it been the other way around?

Read it.

mercoledì, febbraio 08, 2006

Cartoon Wars global map


From Face of Muhammed blog:



(Updated feb 9)

Please Leave

from here:

Dear muslims,
If you do not like my country, please leave.
If you do not like the way our women dress, please leave.
If you do not like our separation of politics and religion, please leave.
If you support violent responses to criticism of Islam, please leave.
If you support terrorism in any way, shape or form, please leave.
If you cannot accept satirical cartoons in our newspapers, please leave.
If you do not support democracy or the freedom of speech, please leave my country.

lunedì, febbraio 06, 2006

Offensive Cartoons


This picture pretty much summarizes the absurdity of the "Cartoon Rage" issue. Picture found here.

What does "peace" mean?

Religion of peace

You've all heard it. The mantra. "Islam is a religion of peace". I am not going to tell you that is untrue. But I invite you to consider this little line of thought:

Chrristianity is generally also considered a "religion of peace". Christianity has roughly 2 billion followers. Islam has roughly 1 billion followers.

Now.
1) How many people are killed per year by the peace of Christ?
2) How many are killed by the sword of Islam every year?
3) If you are one of those interesting people who somehow managed to answer question 1 with an even remotely close figure to that of question 2, I invite you to consider how many of the "Christian" murderers shouted "Allahu Akbar" or some christianized variation thereof.
4) How many Christian suicide bombers have you ever heard of?
5) How many Muslim suicide bombers have you heard of?
6) How much do religious murderers of different creeds generally care about civilian casualties (regardless of wether you count western modern warfare of sucular states as "Christian" or not)? Compare Islam to the other "peaceful religions".
7) Do an google image search for "anti-islam cartoons", "anti-islamic cartoons", "anti-islamist cartoons" and "anti-muslim cartoons", and compare the results with the result when you search for "anti-semitic cartoons", then tell me what countries should be boycotted.
8) Take a look at the "face of muhammed" pictures from Jyllands-posten (posted below in my latest blog entry) then explain by what reasoning they justify the burning of several danish embassies.


Now tell me: what does "peace" in the phrase "Islam is a religion of peace" mean?

My answer: Islam is not a peaceful religion - just look at its very bloody history, starting already in the Qu'ran - it has always spread by the sword - or, to borrow the words of Jesus - *lived* by the sword...

mercoledì, febbraio 01, 2006

I have nothing to add

Fact about Islam: "There is no Islamic Patrick, no Islamic Boniface, no Islamic Cyril and Methodius, no Islamic Damien of Molokai, no Islamic Jean de Brebeuf, no Islamic Matteo Ricci, no Islamic Teresa of Calcutta"

Denmark



Islamists around the world are encouraging the world to boycott Denmark. Why? Because a newspaper has depicted their 'prophet' Muhammed (which itself is a crime... in Islamic countries) as beeing a violent and destructive moron (which... is true). Regardless of what one thinks of claiming (the truth that) that religious figure is wrong and a danger to modern society - there still is something called "free speech". It is obviously ok in Islamist countries to portray Jews (unlike Muhammed, Jews are an entire people and a race, not a person) as the source of all evil and the offspring of pigs, So freedom of speech obviously applies only to Muslims or friends of Islam. And yet, they dare accuse the West of double standards...

venerdì, gennaio 20, 2006

martedì, gennaio 17, 2006

Not a heretic - phew :P

You scored as Chalcedon compliant. You are Chalcedon compliant. Congratulations, you're not a heretic. You believe that Jesus is truly God and truly man and like us in every respect, apart from sin. Officially approved in 451.

Chalcedon compliant

100%

Pelagianism

58%

Nestorianism

50%

Apollanarian

50%

Monophysitism

33%

Adoptionist

25%

Socinianism

17%

Gnosticism

8%

Modalism

8%

Monarchianism

0%

Arianism

0%

Donatism

0%

Albigensianism

0%

Docetism

0%

Are you a heretic?
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sabato, gennaio 07, 2006

Centurion

Centurion
You scored 74 Stubborn, 50 Crazy, 31 Agressive, and 51 Evil!


Apperance: Life of Brian

The black shaddowed person in helmet.


Highlight:

Latin Lesson.

Brian is writing a slogan to a wall, oblivious to the Roman patrol approaching from behind. The slogan is "ROMANES EUNT DOMUS".

Centurion: What's this thing? "ROMANES EUNT DOMUS"? "People called Romanes they go the house"?
Brian: It, it says "Romans go home".
Centurion: No it doesn't. What's Latin for "Roman"?
Brian: (hesitates)
Centurion: Come on, come on!
Brian: (uncertain) "ROMANUS".
Centurion: Goes like?
Brian: "-ANUS".
Centurion: Vocative plural of "-ANUS" is?
Brian: "-ANI".
Centurion: (takes paintbrush from Brian and paints over) "RO-MA-NI".
"EUNT"? What is "EUNT"?
Brian: "Go".
Centurion: Conjugate the verb "to go"!
Brian: "IRE". "EO", "IS", "IT", "IMUS", "ITIS", "EUNT".
Centurion:So "EUNT" is ...?
Brian: Third person plural present indicative, "they go".
Centurion: But "Romans, go home!" is an order, so you must use the ...?
(lifts Brian by his hairs)
Brian: The ... imperative.
Centurion: Which is?
Brian: Ahm, oh, oh, "I", "I"!
Centurion: How many romans?
(pulls harder)
Brian: Plural, plural! "ITE".
Centurion: (strikes over "EUNT" and paints "ITE" to the wall)
(satisfied) "I-TE".
"DOMUS"? Nominative? "Go home", this is motion towards, isn't it, boy?
Brian: (very anxious) Dative?
Centurion:(draws his sword and holds it to Brian's throat)
Brian: Ahh! No, ablative, ablative, sir. No, the, accusative, accusative,
ah, DOMUM, sir.
Centurion:Except that "DOMUS" takes the ...?
Brian: ... the locative, sir!
Centurion: Which is?
Brian: "DOMUM".
Centurion: (satisfied) "DOMUM" (strikes out "DOMUS" and writes "DOMUM") "-MUM".
Understand?
Brian: Yes sir.
Centurion: Now write it down a hundred times.
Brian: Yes sir, thank you sir, hail Caesar, sir.
Centurion: (salutes) Hail Caesar.
If it's not done by sunrise, I'll cut your balls off.
Brian: (very reliefed) Oh thank you sir, thank you sir, hail Caesar and
everything, sir!




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