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About this blog

This blog began as just random tidbits that I would post of things that either irritated me or I found humorous. I still post those items to ease the pain of my third eye being blinded by a soup spoon, yet it’s evolved into so much more. I cover topics such as religion, entertainment, the unexplained, and whatever I may have thought was interesting at the time.

perhaps you will find something to your liking, or even disgust, but at the end of the day it’s my hope that you at the very least were entertained, and at most gave you something to think about.

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2023 a retrospective.

With the year quickly coming to an end I thought that I would highlight some of the silliest, serious, and eye raising events that have happened during 2023. 1) The 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine continued throughout 2023. Countries from around the world had pledged support to Ukraine so they could fend their homeland against foreign intrusion. Update Sept. 7, 2023: data since January 24, 2022, and through July 31, 2023  Over the summer, the EU has sent a clear signal by announc

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Fake History: A Chihuahua’s tail with a side of mayo.

Many a year ago, I worked at a pizzeria. Myself and a few other employees were sitting around gabbing before we opened. A friend of mine had told me a story of when she worked at a pet store and had to pronounce chihuahua phonetically to get the correct spelling. Think  Chi who-ahh who-ahh. Another co-worker came in to the conversation at the tail end and promptly corrected my pronunciation. So my brain kicked in and instead of explaining what we were talking about I promptly told her my pr

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Meats on the menu boys: the non cook book for the modern day Cannibal.

Are you a Cannibal in an overcrowded neighborhood? We here at the law firm Soylent, green, and long pig have the perfect gift to get your neighbors. The one and only Burrito blanket, now you no longer have to opine about the good ole days back in the jungles of your homeland. City folk are soft and plump somcatching them with the promise of a cozy nap in this burrito wrap is just the thing for you.  Don’t like hispanic food? That’s okay, make those delectable weirdos in to a pizza ins

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The Wild Hunt

The Wild Hunt is a folklore motif occurring across various northern European cultures (motif E501 per Thompson).[1] Wild Hunts typically involve a chase led by a mythological figure escorted by a ghostly or supernatural group of hunters engaged in pursuit.[2] The leader of the hunt is often a named figure associated with Odin in Germanic legends, but may variously be a historical or legendary figure like Theodoric the Great, the Danish king Valdemar Atterdag, the dragon slayer Sigurd, the Welsh 

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So you love Satan? A dating guide for christian youths and how to break the news to your parents.

It’s always been easy falling in love with that bad boy/girl, but never easy to maintain that relationship when parents and family are hostile towards their precious little angel and the corruptive influence that scamp they’re dating might have on them. Today I will do my best to bridge that gap and bring families back together. I had the time to summon the devil, he showed up and agreed to an interview. It’s not a terribly long one but I was thankful that he took the time to chat with me.

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Weird Tales: Clark Aston Smith

“Clark Ashton Smith (1893-1961), perhaps best known today for his association with H.P Lovecraft and the Cthulhu Mythos, is in his own right a unique master of fantasy, horror and science-fiction. Highly imaginative, his genre-spanning visions of worlds beyond, combined with his profound understanding of the English language, have inspired an ever -increasing legion of fans and admirers.” Though not as well known outside of weird tales like H. P. Lovecraft, and Robert E Howard, Clark Ashton

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Sweet Baby Jesus In; The Soiled Diaper Of Destiny.

The huffing of paint, cat urine, or second hand marijuana smoke had no influence in the making of this blog post. (Destiny commonly refers to a specific future or outcome that results from a predetermined or inevitable course of events. The word can also refer to the course of events itself or to the power or force thought to make such things happen. A close synonym for all of these senses of the word destiny is fate) Todays topic is destiny, the question of the day is “Was I destined

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Bat Boy: Is he the hero we actually needed?

Bat Boy is a fictional creature who made numerous appearances in the American supermarket tabloid Weekly World News, beginning with a front page story in 1992. The character became a pop-culture icon. In 1997, the story of Bat Boy was turned into an Off-Broadway musical, Bat Boy: The Musical   The Weekly World News at one time was required reading in my home, not only for Bat Boy stories but for top hitting editorials like the Ed Anger column, and to read the happy fun time escapades of B

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Whackadoodles aren’t the chicken soup for the soul.

Today’s topic is the Whackadoodle and is defined below, but first a word from our sponser. Do you have the face only a murder wasp or deranged hobo with a pipe could love? If so do we have the product for you. Let me introduce to you the Melon Obfuscater. This handy piece of luxurious wardrobe is a thousand count pillow cover using giza cotton from, that’s right you guessed it, EGYPT! These wonderful pillow covers come with precut holes and a wide variety of colors. Running late for a klan

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Swamp Gas: Alien Coverup, Alligator Love Noises, or Hill-billie Lighter Games?

Many who come to the Unexplained Mysteries website (hint, you’re here now) are at least slightly aware that swamp gas was used to explain away mysterious lights in swamps of possible ufo sightings. The first newspaper articles appeared roughly in September 1966, but my counter argument is as follows. Alligator Love Noises? Do alligators fart and if so is it a signal to other alligators that they are actively out and about? One could argue that alligators don’t fart due to their slow metabol

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Heroes of the Bible

First up we have the mighty Samson. lets move on to David. How about Noah?   so according to the bible, it is filled with gay super heroes, boy wonder giant slayers, and an old dude who lured animals on to a boat. What sort os super heroes does Christianity have now?   a gay looking super hero with a p*** yellow light saber, since there aren’t any “giants” to slay that leaves us with… Old men who “allegedly” allow children to be lured in

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Wanna join a cult? It’s real easy, just give it a go.

Okay so this is how it works. You dear reader will concentrate real hard on the numbers below, then pick the hidden content under that number to see which cult you will join. one Two Three Now you can share your cult status below by telling one and all your number only so as to not unduly influence others like some sicko death cult. Here’s looking at you J.C.

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Monkey Brain and sports

Okay for complete transparency I’m not a huge sports fan. I do enjoy catching a game or match from time to time and even have some favorite teams. Though I couldn’t name anyone on the roster unless they had their name on their jersey. As an example, I like to watch the Chelsey Premiere League and I root for whatever team is playing against Manchester United, Why you might ask? Well even a casual watcher of football like myself even I can at least name a team other than the one Beckham played on.

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