WTF Dept

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Others wished infertility …  “I hope your wife can’t have kids, that’ll be god’s way of punishing you”.

Well now. What disastrous catastrophic Earth-shattering sin had this couple committed, to attract such opprobrium from the nice punters?

Phillips and his wife had not planned to make a political statement with their …. …… decision.

“My wife has no … and  …


note that God had to come into it somewhere. But the possessing of a narrow mind and the requisite accompanying bully-thug instinct is a state not limited entirely to Christian religious nuts. Apparently MCP nuts too.

In fact any pea-brained nut can do it …

For background  CLICK HERE

But wait, buy now and you get this too—

Why would these men — and yes all the abusive messages sent to Phillips were written by men* — take time out of their day … abusing someone they don’t know for doing something that doesn’t affect them?

I think it depends really on how you define ‘men’ … no?

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Now this1-animated-arrow-up.gif folks, could be called a real nut-cracker. As for the couple concerned my advice is just get on with your lives … but watch out for closed minds. Yeuch …

And sometimes—

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—even the most innocent can be misinterpreted.


Honi soit qui mal y pense


* That’s debatable …



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each other. Not too much, because …


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—with some people there’s simply no need. They do it themselves … they reveal themselves by what they say. (Which often saves pretentious cynics like moiself a lot of time …)


that contradictions are impossible. (No such thing, there’s only apparent such things.)


I’ve done it to death, I’ll do it again—

the concept of God’s “omniscience” (means: He’s the definitive know-all) and the concept of human individual “Free Will” tend towards contradicting each other.


they do contradict each other.

Ergo one of those concepts is in error (it means false). ‘Cos either God does know all; or yes, we do have Free Will.

Can’t be both …

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“Argus! Leave ’em alone! Hell, you’re making even MY head hurt~!”


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OH …

REALLY?         arg-scrollurl-turkey-url

Perhaps it’s me at fault.

Or perhaps some people (BS experts*) in high office have ideas just too grandiose for reality—

HWCP Management Limited – a joint venture between council-owned Invercargill City Property Limited and H.W. Richardson Group – this month revealed its plans to build a massive retail, apartment and office development in the inner city block consisting of Esk, Dee, Tay and Kelvin streets.

The ambitious transformation of the Invercargill CBD may cost close to $100 million and see the demolition of the majority of buildings in the block, to make way for the new development, O’Donnell said.

to read from source:  CLICK HERE 

More and more I’m beginning to like the American idea of civic ‘leaders’ being voted in and out of office. Coupled with it I like the idea that elections should be for much briefer periods in office with a Damoclean sword hanging at all times over the incumbents’ heads—if they don’t suit us, vote the buggers out! (And make them pay their own bills.)


how could the expenditure ever be justified? A hundred million bucks may be small change to some folks but in Kiwiland it’s Big Bikkies.


—Invercargill is not (R) not the b-all and end-all of existence. It is merely the large pimple on the buttocks of New Zealand. It’s not even (as some locals believe) the world’s southernmost city—but it can justifiably hold to being the home of the world’s southernmost Starbucks. Wow!

—but when reality kicks in it’s very rarely that the BSers* in high office ever feel the pain. They get their jollies spending the hard-earned monies of the quiet productive classes, but if when they goof: so what?


* BS being ambiguous in this instance—the traditional meaning, or if you wish ‘Big Spender’ (actually in this instance the terms are synonymous).

Hi, Brazil~!


Hy Brasil …

any the wiser now? Not yet. Let me explain:

I’m a self-confessed CT nutcase. So  whatever you call me it’s been said before.

Moving on—

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a professor at an American university did some sums after he’d suffered a rush of eurekas. He’d been poring over ye olde sea-maps …

Knowing that his conclusions would upset the current ‘experts’ he wrote his book anyway. So there.

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Before publishing he asked an obscure kraut crank to check it out; kraut* gave it quite an endorsement. He then went ahead, was predictably soundly rubbished (and eventually I purchased a reprint).

I added his info to some of the other bits I’ve garnered; thinking how unfortunate it was that he had to do his sums the old way with slide-rules and had no computers, calculators, Google Maps etc. My good fortune …


Roughly 12000 years ago an ice-age ended. Various icery  (two miles thick in places) melted sending enough water downhill to raise the then sea levels by about four hundred feet-ish. (Doggerland went from forests to seabed.) So?


Hapgood noted similarities in many of his old maps, similar mistakes even. Not only puffy winds and mermaids, but actual navigational things. Here’s a selection for you, see if you notice ’em too—this first being hardly fair, a real toughie …

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… and moving on …

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With all these clues it’s hard not to notice …

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Are we there yet?

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Here’s one that seems a bit dated …finger-pointing-down

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And they all have something in common:

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That ‘something’ being a wee island group that doesn’t exist. So trying to find it using Google Maps, we come up with this—

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Which when you blow it up, looks like this—

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—which coupled with the old legends and maps … is spooky.

(Or not, I’m off now ‘cos The Spouse gets cranky if I don’t come running when she yodels about dinner …)

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by the way … aforementioned kraut crank was one Albert Einstein (famous for doing things with atoms and clocks).


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Your quote:

Jeremiah 36:3

Perhaps when the people of Judah hear about every disaster I plan to inflict on them, they will each turn from their wicked ways; then I will forgive their wickedness and their sin.



the gullible read but don’t understand their Bible/s?





are for burning at the stake~!

“… The team wondered how this could be. Mastodon femurs … almost 3 feet long and up to 8 inches in diameter. What could have detached these heads from their shafts and positioned them …

They tried not to speculate but kept returning to the possibility that humans might have been here, might have broken these bones and walked away …

It was heresy, maybe even lunacy …”

to read from source CLICK HERE 

No, simple staking-burning isn’t good enough for heretics! Everything is known by experts, who know it well enough to make it doctrine. Gospel.

“Mr Argus, Sir?”

“Yo, Little Virginia?”

“Gospel, Sir?”

“From ye olde English, Cutie—God’s spell, meaning the Word of God. Unarguable; you just can’t get truthier than that.”

“Heresy, Sir?”

“To query, challenge, argue with, deny, or cast asparagus upon the Word Of God is heresy, Toots. Whichever priesthood involved.”

But wait, it gets even worse—

After dating these bones, Deméré and his team argued that they were broken more than 130,000 years ago …

Oh no. Better get piling up faggots … everyone knows as a matter of faith that there were no humans nowhere near America before about 12-14,000 years ago—

For nearly half a century, schoolchildren have been taught that the first human visitors to the New World belonged to the Clovis culture, known for chipped-stone spear points first discovered in New Mexico.

Archaeologists say these people crossed the Bering Land Bridge from Asia about 12,000 years ago.

Bop the Idiot—and that’s gospel. Can’t argue with the gospel, can we?

So all the bones are wrong … who would we be to let a little scientific speculation stand in the Way of The True Faith?

To dispute Clovis-first by a few thousand years was controversial. Some archaeologists had won begrudging acceptance with a few scattered excavations.

But to propose a site more than 100,000 years older was professional suicide. It would undermine the research and reputations of most archaeologists now studying the New World.

The great Ayn Rand had one of her heroes flipping burgers for a living after he clashed with the Experts, he refused to sell his soul to conform.

More the fool him, no?

big J

“Archbishop Ussher worked out The Creation was 4004 BMe … you can’t argue with an expert, especially in those days; take a lesson here, Kids—and you’ll be fine.”




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on anyone’s parade,

(except when they start it!) … here’s a wee thought—

“Some of those attending the winter solstice celebrations at Stonehenge were there to worship, others to party or to simply to enjoy the rise of the sun after the longest night and look forward to lengthening days and springtime …

Despite it being a gloomy, soggy morning in Wiltshire, there was a joyful atmosphere as hundreds of people gathered to witness the light return.

There is evidence that spending time near or within the standing stones can actually be good for mental wellbeing.”


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—a thought which is also a clue. You know, for the wise. Want more? Okaaaayyyy … here we go; just a little more generally specific.





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And I’ll bet that the wise will have already sussed it out. As for the rest of us, I still have that bridge for sale—what is it with Australian products, Gorgeous bridge, Sydney Harbour, dirt cheap and still no takers … dunno why I bovvers, Guv …