Who Says God Doesn’t Have a Sense of Humor?

I for one would never say such a thing.

Exhibit A (this week anyway) is the self-inflicted bonfire of Hollywood vanities that is currently engulfing Harvey Weinstein, an odious a fellow if there ever was one.

Weinstein, one of Hollywood’s heaviest hitters matches to a “T” the stereotypical Hollywood producer of yore. Actually, he exceeds it in uber-disgusting fashion. Say what you will about Samuel Goldwyn or the various Warner Brothers, but they were suave men who acted in a sophisticated way as they went about their business on the casting couch. (At least that’s what the word on the street was.) And as for their “product”, the raciest movies of yore were always done in exquisite taste. Thanks to the Hayes Code screenwriters had to be very creative when it came to dealing with sex and romance.

Weinstein on the other hand is a disgusting piece of trash; even junkies living in an alleyway behave with more decorum. Some of his movies reflect this depraved, nihilistic mindset. I mean, really! Does anybody think that the world would be a worse place if Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction or From Dusk til Dawn had never been made? We’re not talking about Forever Amber or Casablanca here.

So where’s the humor in all this? It’s more like irony. Allow me to explain:

A year ago, almost to the day, NBC released the infamous Hollywood Access tape, in which Billy Bush and Donald Trump were talking about women in the most reprehensible, locker-room fashion possible. Meryl Streep, Ashley Judd, Jimmy Kimmel and a host of other Hollywood darlings immediately jumped upon the Predator-in-Chief, calling him unfit for office; a misogynist, a rapist, you name it. So did Establishment Republicans for that matter.

Mind you, Bush and Trump were only talking about women, not actually assaulting women. Huge difference.

But when Weinstein was exposed as doing far worse –crickets. That is until (of course) he was fired from Miramax, the company he co-founded. In other words, when it was safe to pile on him. Courage from a distance, that kind of thing. I imagine before all this is over the degree of depravity that is Hollywood will explode exponentially. Yesterday for example it was revealed that Ben Afleck (another bum who doesn’t deserve Jennifer Garner) was accused of groping an underage actress and there are tapes of Jimmy Kimmel going up to women on the street and asking them to “guess what’s in his trousers”.

It’s hilarious. It’s also the fulfillment of that Chinese adage, you know the one: revenge is a dish best served cold.

It’s also the fulfillment of the prophecy of that fireman, Mark Taylor. He said years ago that not only would Trump be elected president but that all those who stand in his way would be destroyed and that a new order would be implemented following the eradication of the globalist elite. I know that that sounds far-fetched but the list of Trump’s antagonists who are biting the dust is a rather long and growing one: the Bush dynasty, the Clinton dynasty, the NFL, Bob Corker, John McCain and now Hollywood.

I dunno, maybe the Hand of the Lord really is upon him. In any event, the irony of the hypocrites on the left going ballistic about a man who talked about grabbing vaginas as opposed to an actual rapist who publicly masturbated in plain sight of an actress into a potted plant is too astounding.

Admittedly, Weinstein’s take down was a long time coming. The list of Hollywood hypocrites like George Clooney who “didn’t have any idea” is a surprisingly short one. No matter, whether they’re defenders or detractors, they’re all tossing their credibility onto the bonfire that is currently engulfing Weinstein. And deservedly so.

Please take the time to watch this short, informative video by David Seaman on what may be behind the take down of Harvey Weinstein. Seaman posits the possibility that Weinstein was too hot to handle and that he had to be thrown under the bus in order to save people higher up the socio-political food chain.

We’ll see. In the meantime, enjoy the bonfire!

Comments

  1. I had to really laugh about the Chinese adage, ” revenge is a dish best served cold.” That was funny. By the way, I thought its origin was French. Oh well, never let facts get in the way of a funny story. I agree this guy is some piece of work.

  2. Nate Trost says:

    George Michalopulos wrote
    A year ago, almost to the day, NBC released the infamous Hollywood Access tape

    No, NBC didn’t release it. The Washington Post did.

    George Michalopulos wrote
    Mind you, Bush and Trump were only talking about women

    No, only Trump was boasting about using his power and fame to sexually assault women. Bush came under fire for not having manned up and calling out Trump in his boasting about his sexually predatory behavior. Which Bush should have.

    George Michalopulos wrote
    not actually assaulting women. Huge difference.

    Except, of course, many women came forth to name themselves and say that Trump did in action what he boasted he did in words.

    And then, you, George Michalopulos, denounced them all and called them strumpets.

    What kind of a man will believe the victims of one wealthy white narcissistic sexual predator and vilify, attack defame the victims of another wealthy white narcissistic sexual predator?

    George Michalopulos is that man. Truly a ‘hero’ for our times!

    George Michalopulos wrote
    they’re all tossing their credibility onto the bonfire

    I’d say this applies to you, but then you’ve been busy destroying your credibility on this site of yours for years, even the ashes are cool at this point.

    • Nate,
      I don’t have a problem with you calling George out on some of this, but what does being “white” really have to do with it? Would it have been less odious if they were wealthy “black” or “brown” narcissistic sexual predators? I’m pretty sure that they exist too.

      • P. Antonio Arganda says:

        You mean , like Bill Cosby?

      • Nate Trost says:

        In short, I think it worthwhile to include the racial qualifier for a couple reasons, one of which is it is another element that places Trump and Weinstein on equal footing at the pinnacle of American cultural power and influence. Being white does not make the sexual crimes any more or less odious, however, being a white perpetrator does confer benefits in dispelling the accusations of women. Even white women, but moreso women of color. Bill Cosby is a very interesting example of a sexual predator who was not white, but as perhaps the primary saint of ‘respectability politics’, was able to bolster his protection against accusation despite not being white. Because, of course, there are still loaded cultural racial biases when to comes to white women and sex with nonwhite men. It’s also worth bringing up because of the entire undercurrent that is the racial ideology of Monomakhos, but that’s a whole additional can of worms.

        But as I said, it’s really about Trump and Weinstein being at the pinnacle of being hard to touch for their behavior. And part of that is due to being white.

        • Nate, it’s very sad you cannot admit when you’re wrong, but what is more pathetic is that you might actually believe your bullshit. You owe George an apology, when you hint that he gives sexual predators a pass if they fall into his brand of politics.

  3. Palaiofytos Vastavraks says:

    ξεβράξ όλους, Θεός σκούπα, μεν δεν παραμυθέν

    http://www.pappaspost.com/archdiocese-rebuts-claims-new-york-newspaper-no-mention-tapping-restricted-funds/
    Archdiocese Rebuts Claims by New York Newspaper; But No Mention of Tapping of Restricted Funds

    MARCUS CARMITCHELL
    September 29, 2017 – 1:33 pm
    You know this is Karloutsos game. Jerry Dimitriou got hired because Karloutsos lost the Archdiocese money on the Pelham Esplanade with Chris Demetriades. When Spyro Gyro left, anything that wasn’t nailed down at the Archdiocese disappeared, ostensibly because of renovations. Don’t forget the Arcantony travelgate. Karloutsos got Bart to encourage Jake to go to Ligonier then twisted it against him. Karloutos is the very snake of Eden, the self-same Caiafas beholden to the self-same Lazio Evil Empire.

    HERMAN STAFREPOLE
    October 3, 2017 – 8:35 am
    Sell all the dead parishes for cash. Snap audit and sell any parish with fewer than twenty taking communion. Churches belong to the Bishop, not Athena Brotherhood.

    ZORAS FAZAKROSTIS
    October 6, 2017 – 10:09 am
    A hundred parishes have opted out of Fair SHare, following the example set by Cake Fart Passias in the 1980s when he directed funds to the Muhammad Agape Fund. But here’s the rub, these Greek CHurches would rather submit to the Vatican than OCA.

    https://www.thenationalherald.com/173525/ecumenical-patriarchate-wants-embattled-archbishop-demetrios/
    Vousigas Tompamas says:
    September 1, 2017 at 11:08 am
    America can no longer stand your islamosoviet faith. All of you, Greek, Russian, Syrian, or English, OUT! Smyrna 1922, USA 2017.

    https://www.thenationalherald.com/173042/demetrios-hierarchs-travel-phanar-aim-reverse-patriarchal-chicago-decision/
    Garidoscufis Astakanevis says:
    September 7, 2017 at 9:27 am
    First the priest gets all the yayissas to remortgage their homes to fund the church. Then the efrmamissas demand ending the fraggohorodia so they can sell the fancy organ. Then they sell the Tiffany stained glass. The compalin the icons are too latin and don’t follow the Fotis Kontoglu standard. Then they burn the church for insurance fraud. Then they sell the land and build a tin can church on a cheaper parcel. And all the proceeds go to the Eframist munasteries to produce Krokodil from kerosene to stupefy Trump voters for Putin. The monasteries were built with pilfered credit cards from elderly they supposedly cared for.

    https://www.thenationalherald.com/172713/pontians-america-celebrate-panagia-soumela/
    Panos Froutnas says:
    August 23, 2017 at 10:00 am
    Lucan icons were unheard of before Theodore the Lector (530AD). This is from Uspensky, 1992, pp. 62-63. That’s right: Tinos, Smella, and Prutsa are all frauds! Miracle icons are located exactly where demented pagan oracles used to be. The greatest part of the Greek icon pantheon is brigands righteously executed by Ottoman courts. Peloporicans taught Magnagrecians to propagate faith by epigenetic probiotics.

    https://www.thenationalherald.com/171191/problems-running-new-york-diner/
    Geidaroscufis Varufakaturas says:
    August 7, 2017 at 11:09 am
    Open any MBA textbook on restaurants and you can see that Greek diners are not a business but a Trojan Horse money laundering tax scam! Greeks ban flushing toilet paper so they can fertilize diner produce and culture feta yogurt. Gyro is the original Mystery Meat. If Greeks trojaned their eurobudgets, do you trust their food hygiene, caique shipping, quisling lawyers or olive witch doctors?

    https://www.thenationalherald.com/173534/elect-malliotakis-mayor-karaloukas-death-not-vain/
    Zanis Palifrekoustas says:
    September 5, 2017 at 9:40 am
    Greeks no do good with Repoumplikas! Nacolle she not want us to rent. How Yiayia live? Devalisos he want us to rent every room. Repoumplikas like Sarakatsoris with mayor Tsogliani take our cars. Now she teke ous house.

    https://www.thenationalherald.com/172866/trump-mocks-greek-american-anchor-george-stephanopoulos/
    Chooch Staphilaplitos says:
    August 24, 2017 at 9:38 am
    When Sandra ran, the Kenner club had video of him fudge trolling midtown private banks
    Chooch Staphilaplitos says:
    August 25, 2017 at 9:23 am
    His dad talked about Hegelian progression for church women, but even Buddhists know this is anthropolatric satanism
    Chooch Staphilaplitos says:
    August 30, 2017 at 12:00 pm
    His book talked about Original Sin, which proves he’s a uniate.

    https://www.thenationalherald.com/173211/half-greeces-shipowners-leave-save-money/
    Veras Kaltroupis says:
    August 28, 2017 at 9:29 am
    Shipowners are Uniate Venetians, never Greek

    https://www.thenationalherald.com/171404/no-greeks-need-apply/
    Mitros Farupas says:
    August 10, 2017 at 12:07 pm
    A quarter of Doric Greeks were always blond and blue eyed. America’s founders loved Greeks, especially William Cullen Bryant’s Greek Boy. It wasn’t until the pseudo-Greek Arab-blooded anti-Semites from the Islands and Asia Minor gave us a bad name that Americans turned against us.

    http://www.pappaspost.com/draining-swamp-turkish-money-influence-washington-dc/
    YESIL SERMAYE
    September 20, 2017 – 9:09 am
    Turkey would have no power were it not for the Greek shipping lobby. The Greek shipping lobby moves most Arab oil, and it is Saudi Yesil Sermaye that planted all the canards Greeks believe about those who brought down the Ottomans. As England, Jordan and Israel terminated the Ottoman Empire, those who despise them are nostalgic for lost Ottoman franchises.

  4. George Michalopulos says:

    I’m really taking a fancy to this Kurt Schlichter guy:

    https://townhall.com/columnists/kurtschlichter/2017/10/12/behold-our-betters-n2393375

  5. Nate,

    The big difference between Trump and Weinstein, is that you fail to mention Trump denies the charges, and, Weinstein does not, in fact he is going freewill into rehab, and admits he has issues with women. Not to mention there was tape of 66 year old Weinstein doing his best to lure a young lady, in her twenties, back into his Hotel room, after a hundred no’s from her, and admitting he touched her breast the night before without her permission. The tape speaks volumes, in fact quite creepy, in a child molesting kind of way. Finally, I too like Vincent’s question. What does race have to do with any of this? Or is it that can’t you help yourself, from throwing race into all topics?

    • Nate Trost says:

      Weinstein is busy trying to limit his admissions and his crimes to as little as he can possibly admit to. And of course, rehab is a stunt when it comes to attempting to avoid the stigma of criminal behavior. The repentance of St. Mary of Egypt, Weinstein is not.

      So, Weinstein’s admissions count for very little, as do Trump’s denials. Weinstein admitting to anything does not magically absolve Trump of guilt just because Trump denies doing what he says he did and women have said he did. Last I checked Cosby was still denying any wrongdoing.

      • Peter A. Papoutsis says:

        Mate you are truly lost if cannot tell the difference. Oh well embrace your narrative. That’s all you progs got left.

      • Nate! Slow down comrade, Weinstein’s admissions, AND the recording of him, trying for a second time to sexually assault the young lady, matter very much, for Weinstein, and only Weinstein, not Trump, nor Cosby. If you would like to belong to a society where you are guilty by accusation only, then your probably in the wrong country of choice. The ladies words that accuse Trump of wrong doing, are of no more value than Trump’s words of denial. Until we hear admissions from Trump, or proof from victims, who popped out of nowhere, right before the election. Apples and oranges. You owe George an apology, Nate!

        • Weinstein has been expelled from the Academy of Motion Pictures, with a very strong statement from them. Now that’s not been done for decades, if anytime. He better start polishing his resume.

        • Nate Trost says:

          Dino wrote
          proof from victims, who popped out of nowhere, right before the election.

          Oh Dino, shame on you. If you had paid closer attention to the accounts of the Trump accusations, many of the women, even if they didn’t go public at the time, recounted their stories to close friends and family. This is establishing decades long patterns of behavior, in light of which, makes Trump’s denials of actually doing what he says he does in the Access Hollywood tape ring utterly false. I disagree that it is “apples and oranges” as it were.

          Dino wrote
          You owe George an apology

          The person who should be making apologies is George Michalopulos to the women who came forth with Trump accusations. Although if he had to work through the backlog of people he’s slimed on his blog, it could take a while to get to them.

          • George Michalopulos says:

            when Weinstein, Billy Clinton, the estate of the late Ted Kennedy and a host of other big-name liberals issue their apologies for sexual assault, rape and manslaughter, then you’ll have a case.

          • Thanks Nate! I will add this shame to my long list of appointed shame. Coming from you, a compliment for sure.

  6. He wasn’t at Miramax. Disney bought them years ago. Sometime after that he left and started the Weinstein Company.

    He got fired from the Weinstein Company. Last I saw, they were planning on changing the name.

    • George Michalopulos says:

      It’s all basically the same. There are only six major entertainment/news conglomerates in the US now and every now and then they sell an asset (say ESPN, CNN) to another corporate behemoth. They all swim in the same sewer and have the same sensibilities so really, what difference does make at the end of the day?

  7. I quote George saying “hypocrites on the left”…. interesting considering I have read nothing on this site about the recent story covered at Fox News about GOP representative Tim Murphy resigning after suggesting his mistress have an abortion. There is as much hypocrisy on the right as there is on the left. What’s disappointing is the focus to villify one side while turning a blind eye to the other. Those who subscribe to this tribalism on both sides are guilty of fueling the hate and division we are witnessing more than ever before in this country. Is this what our Lord wants from us?

    When tempted to blatantly ignore the travesties in your own backyard because you are too busy looking at the mess in another’s, Matthew 7:5 is a good reminder:
    “Hypocrite! First remove the plank from your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.”

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/10/05/gop-rep-tim-murphy-resigns-after-reports-asked-mistress-to-get-abortion.html

    • George Michalopulos says:

      Stacy, I haven’t been up on the cable news networks for the most part. I get most of this info from the internet. I didn’t know about Cong Murphy’s mistress and the pregnancy scare. He’s wrong and he should be punished. But principles aren’t principles unless they’re universally applied.

      Having said that, Weinstein is a pervert of the worst sort. And worse, this thing in Hollywood is going to bust wide open. Probably bigger than the RC pedophile scandal.

      • Peter A. Papoutsis says:

        Weinstein is just the tip of the tip of the tip of the iceberg. Get ready for more.

      • No argument here on Weinstein’s perverted sick behavior that abuses his power to prey on women. But let’s be clear that I have witnessed your tribalism in partiality to even Milo, who is as twisted in his perverted view of men/young boy exploits. And your willingness to looking the other way on the words and actions of the President, and even find ways to justify his poor behavior, is disturbing. Not something I think our Lord has a sense of humor on. The”hypocrisy from the left” is the same as the hypocrisy from the right. Your desire to vilify one side while looking the other way on the right is missing the mark. It is disheartening to continue to witness this on an Orthodox Christian blog, because it is not our calling to point blame to one group while turning a blind eye toward another just as guilty. I know you have a good heart but the tribalism is blinding.

        • George Michalopulos says:

          Stacy, I admit that I am rather soft on Milo. Yeah, there might be some tribalism involved. Having said that, for all of Milo’s sins, the guy has got a tremendous amount of courage and I admire him for that.

          • George – Milo stated sex between adult men and 13 year-old boys is OK as long as the boy’s sexual organs are “mature.” He also thanked a certain Catholic priest for teaching him to “give such good head” when he was a child. There is nothing to admire in a person who really believes this in his mind and heart. Yet because he is “alt” right you admire him and go as far as to call him “courageous”. He is a shock jock, yet his tribalism has you hooked. This is the disturbing trend among our many Americans that has infiltrated those within the Orthodox Church. Love and prayers to you George.

            • George Michalopulos says:

              Stacy, I’m beyond disgusted by pederasty and pedophilia. What Milo said was inexcusable. But let’s not kid ourselves, our society is actively promoting homosexuality for a generation now. And yes, pedophilia is a big part of the homosexual initiation.

              The left can’t have it both ways: condemn Milo for speaking honestly about his own initiation on the one hand but praise the LGBT agenda on the other. I choose to condemn the LGBT agenda but then again, I and like-minded traditionalists have totally lost this battle, haven’t we?

              • You condemn the LGBT agenda? The left can’t have it both ways? Milo got married to his boyfriend last year. I guess according to you the left can’t have it both ways but the right can. How “courageous” of Milo to speak out against gay marriage then get married to his boyfriend. I mean really….Hypocrisy of the left was the point of this post, but George, you did quite well in showing your own hypocrisy in the process. But hey God has a sense of humor right? Our icons are not laughing, they are weeping, and it’s not just the “left” they are weeping for. Lord have mercy on us all!

                • George Michalopulos says:

                  Stacy, I didn’t know that he “married” his boyfriend. But so what? It’s the law of the land now (thanks to judicial fiat). What do you want me to do about it? Spend another forty years trying to overturn it, like we did (in vain) with the baby-killing legalized by Roe v Wade?

                  So am I a hypocrite because I choose to look the other way regarding his “marriage”? Yeah, I guess so. As for myself, I don’t believe he is “married” because I don’t believe it’s possible for two (or more) people of the same sex to be married. It’s an ontological impossibility or a contradiction in terms if you will. At best, all I can do is pray for Milo and all other deluded homosexuals hoping that they see the error of their ways.

                  Personally, I’ve come to believe that the whole LBGT agenda is merely a diversion, a misdirection if you will. One priest told me that the whole thing will probably collapse in five years or so.

                  • Peter A. Papoutsis says:

                    Very true. A lot of people with ssa will need as, as they do now, when the wheels come off the LGBT train.

                  • Tim R. Mortiss says:

                    And how much money was that priest willing to put on it? For that matter, how much are you willing to bet?

                    George, you’re in a perfect place to explain this “tribalism”, a subject I have gotten interested in. Frankly, what another “Anglo” says or accomplishes means nothing to me from an ethnic perspective. But then, I reckon “ethnic” doesn’t even apply. We do have Shakespeare festivals and such, but it’s different somehow…

                    • George Michalopulos says:

                      Thank you TimR. I’ll try my best to describe this “tribalism”. Basically, people from the Mediterranean tend to think and act collectively. That’s not a bad thing in and of itself; I personally think that if the Old Stock Americans did this we’d have a healthier nation. I.e. no needless foreign wars, a welfare state for the deserving poor, no importation of foreign slaves or the present importation of mestizo peonies. In other words, we’d look out for ourselves and what was in our interests, not what the international banking classes want.

                      The downside for those of us who are Greek, Lebanese, etc, is that this thinking collectively causes some parishes to think exclusively in terms of ethnic identity. And that can lead to a mafioso-type of mentality, one which can lead to violence.

                  • Justify Milo’s actions all you want George, and same goes for the president you have placed on quite a pedestal. Why don’t you call evil what it is on both sides of the extreme spectrum? That won’t happen here… I simply see the vilifying of one side while making excuses for evil things coming from the other side. There are Weinsteins on the right too, but you aren’t concerned with them. You admit you didn’t know about the Representative who asked his mistress for an abortion….maybe it’s because you are too busy trying to find evil on the left to continue vilifying.

                    Those on the left and right are our brothers and sisters in Christ no matter how much you don’t agree with the ideology. There are good and bad aspects on both sides. I hope and pray those on this forum that choose to ignore one side and crucify the other, take off their far “right” glasses and put the ones on that Christ asks us to wear. That’s how we are going to achieve peace and love….calling evil what it is on BOTH sides, and stop making excuses when it comes from the side we identify with.

                    It’s called “cognitive dissonance”…when we align with one group, we find ways to justify what we know is immoral, and find ways to vilify the side we don’t identify with. I referred to your tribalism in the political extreme sense. We should be subscribing to being on Christ’s team, and stop the finger pointing. George if you are not bothered by your own hypocrisy in pointing fingers to the left and excusing the right, again, I recommend you re-read Matthew 7:5.

                    • George Michalopulos says:

                      Stacy, the dudgeon you feel is superficial I believe. Where were you when Bill Clinton was accused of sexual harassment, assault or even rape? Where were you when Ted Kennedy cause a young woman to drown his car?

                    • George – Regarding Ted Kennedy, I was a baby. Regarding Bill Clinton, I was utterly disgusted and vocal about it. Are you questioning if I’m partial based on party lines like you? I have no loyalty to Democrats or Republicans. My loyalty, allegiance and obedience is to Christ only. Bad behavior is bad behavior. I don’t pick and choose who should be called out for immortality based on party lines. Nor should anyone who is serious about their faith. We may align with the ideology of one party or another but ultimately we righteously judge by Christ’s standards…not by our own in being partial to those who align with our party line. That’s like not exposing corruption in the Orthodox Church because I am Orthodox. You know for a fact I don’t play that, so questioning my partially is deflection. You continue to avoid addressing if this is what the Lord asks of us… deflect instead.

            • If that is true, then Milo was abused as a child by a priest, and his life has been grievously, profoundly affected. Even sadder, he does not call it abuse or understand its impact so that he could begin to heal. Praying for him to become open to Christ’s healing and love.

              • George Michalopulos says:

                Nicole, isn’t that the point, I mean, why do we have laws and customs and feel revulsion for child molestation? Because we instinctively know that that is going to screw up a kid’s life forever. The obvious observation is that a young girl will get pregnant and either be forced to marry young or have an abortion, either of which will scar her for life one way or the other. As for the boy, if he’s sodomized it’s going to affect his psyche forever and turn him into a sodomizer as well.

                Neither of these are salutary. And yet we can’t speak against them because that would undercut the major raison d’etre of the LBGTers.

      • Peter A. Papoutsis says:

        Harvey Weinstein is to Hollywood what Bernie Madoff was to Wall Street. He did wrong, but don’t fall for the sacrificial lamb bit and miss all the other predators still in Hollywood like we ignored all the other wrongdoers in Wall Street.

        • George Michalopulos says:

          You gotta start somewhere, Pete.

          • Peter A. Papoutsis says:

            I agree. I just don’t want it to end with Harvey. In any event it won’t. Floodgates are now open. To Hollywood swamp is about to get drained.

            God I love it when the Holy Spirit moves. It is just so dramatic and right.

            Peter

  8. Jim of Olym says:

    What about the late Spyros Skouras who built St. Sophia Cathedral and owned (I believe) 20th Century Fox? Did he have any nasty baggage attached to him? Just wondering! He is
    buried, incidentally, next to his cathedral with the sliding stained glass deacon’s doors and the hot and cold baptismal font, wonders in themselves in the ‘Greek’ Orthodox world.

  9. M. Stankovich. Just for no reason then child-like laughs and giggles, imagine us Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson:
    Holmes and Watson are on a camping trip. In the middle of the night, Holmes wakes up, and gives Dr. Watson a nudge.”Watson, he says, “Look up into the sky, and tell me what do you see.”
    “I see millions of stars, Holmes.” says Watson.
    “And what do you conclude from that, watson?”
    Dr, Watson thinks for a moment.”Well,” he says, “Astronomically, it tells me, there are millions of galaxies, and potentially, billions of planets. Astrologically, I observe Saturn is in Leo. Horologically, I deduce, it about a quarter past three. Meterologically , I suspect we will have a beautiful day tomorrow. Theologically, I see that God is all-powerful, and we small, and insignificant. Uh, what does it tell you Holmes?”
    “Watson, you idiot! Someone has stolen our tent!”

    • M. Stankovich, my Sherlock joke was a attempt at some humor, to lighten up the mood, between you and Cyprian. Not to offend anyone. By now I imagine we all know who he might be, so some misdirection might be wise, at this point. Our brother seems to comes to his senses after a cool off period. Throwing coals to the fire never works with our friend Cyprian.

  10. cynthia curran says:

    Well, Antifa supports sex with kids since they are an anarcho-communist movement, They also have a branch in Austin Texas that praises Comrade Stalin. These kids are so ignorant of communist. There problem is they think the only evil hatred is racism but don’t consider that communism had a hatred against religion and social class. They don’t know about what Comrade Stalin did to kulaks or they support what he did. In fact while Milo has his moral problems he is nothing compared to the antifa bunch that rioted at his suppose speech date at Berkeley,

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