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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

On When Hypocrites Fall

So this is it: when we drink, we spew sewage. I'm talking about the fashion designer who's been shown the door for shooting crap and who has now "unreservedly" apologized for swallowing his foot.

Actually, our real Selves emerge when the cousciousness brake is disabled by virtue of too much drinking or consumption of other chemicals... So, think twice before you order it double on the rocks.

Also, no amount of bible-thumping and pushing will preclude the ill-effects of (to some) or make us immune to (most of us) our raging hormones. We read in the American press that one anti-gay pastor has recently fallen from Grace and bitten the dust. With a thud! He was seen masturbating at a park frequented by children in southern United States...

Sad though it is to see that sooner (rather) than later, we live to witness such proponents of do as I say but don't do as I do being carted off to the pillory for ill behavior, we say: we rest our case!

If you want to lead the sheeple, lead by example. We (others...) are all cop to your jive.

Good riddance!

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  1. I don't know about you, but each and every time I hear one of these bible pushers denigrate and criticize gays I immediately formulate a picture in my mind of that person performing oral sex on a hustler he picked up in RENT-A-BOY or being carried away in handcuffs from a public tearoom for coming on to an undercover cop. I may be generalizing but it is so common that the hypocrisy thing is even more of a prevailing theme.


  2. It has become common currency, Raulito. We just have to keep counting. They keep falling.


  3. Shame on Galliano - he should know that hate and hateful things like what he said are never in fashion. I hope he's shunned like polyester.

    As for the pastor - its hard to keep track of how many of these fallen hypocrites have been caught.

  4. Never in fashion, Bos. So many more of those biblers will fall that, as you say, it's going to be hard to keep track.