Category Archives: Idiots

Moment of relief at supermarket checkout



For the first time in months there were no pictures of Caitlyn Jenner on any magazine covers

BruceLyn Jenner on Vanity Fair cover

BruceLyn Jenner on Vanity Fair cover

BruceLyn Jenner’s 15 minutes of fame may be coming to an end 

Sorry Mr. Jenner. I do say prayers for you. But you have been used to pervert our culture, and have been a very effective tool.

Happy October First!!!


Jim Bakker’s lying “prophets” have now been debunked

It’s a cool cloudy morning, and I am now sitting down to a Second Breakfast that would make a hobbit blush

With their prediction of doom inside the month of September, Jim Bakker’s false prophets have moved on to doom-saying on October, November, December, etc. Some of these rascals have been pushing the date forward for years now.

Is it all good news? No it’s not. The world has been ready to explode at any given moment from before I was born. Evil people are still doing evil things. But we can at least dismiss those who shamelessly exploit other peoples’ fears as a way of selling their goods.

In the midst of it all, God remains true.

Even though I walk through
the valley of the shadow of death,
I will fear no evil, for you are with me;
your rod and your staff,
they comfort me.

You prepare a table before me
in the presence of my enemies;
you anoint my head with oil;
my cup overflows.

– Psalm 23:4-5

And as for the table set before me, I have a heart filled with gratitude to a Shepherd who cares for his sheep so much that he gave his life for them.

“My sheep know my voice. They will not follow another.”

And for the rest of the day, here is my schedule:


And please note, there will be absolutely none of Jim Bakker’s “survival food” on the menu.

Please excuse me, it’s time for a nice buttery muffin.

Azealia Banks: ‘Whiteness May Be a Mental Illness’

Keep in mind, this comes from a woman who said, “I hate everything about this country!”

The lovely Ms. Banks

The lovely Ms. Banks This may or may not be related to the recent trouble Azealia Banks encountered on a flight earlier from NYC to LAX, but the singer has been blowing up Twitter with several disparaging comments about whiteness.

In case you missed it, Banks flew to Los Angeles early Tuesday morning and, upon trying to scoot past a French couple who were unloading their luggage from the overhead compartments in front of her, she allegedly got into an altercation with the man. Things took a turn for the worse when Banks allegedly called a Delta flight attendant who intervened a homophobic slur. She later took to Twitter to shut down the backlash.

azealia-banksBanks took to Twitter again, talking peripherally about the Black Lives Matter movement. She mentioned how tired she was of hearing white people say that all lives matter (a common counter to the Black Lives Matter movement). From there, she began spiraling off into a series of other tweets about whiteness and reptilian brain theories.

Of course, there were responses. Banks defended her claims, telling followers, “I beg you guys to please unfollow me. This is my Twitter and I will post what I want my followers to see. If you don’t like it PLEASE LEAVE.” In a tweet a few seconds later, she wrote, “I’m really really not interested in the [“All Lives Matter”] bulls— and I honestly don’t want to hear what any of you haters have to say.”


Here are a few of her tweets.

“Why do white folk have to be soooooo disappointing al the time? If I hear another white person say all lives matter”

Whiteness may be a mental Illness. the general disregard for other people’s struggle that white folk generally have is not of this earth”

“And if all the pharmaceutical companies have a pill for every emotional disorder why don’t they invent something to cure whiteness?”

Why have they not invented a pill to save the planet from whiteness? There has to be someway to affect that reptilian cortex and fix it.”

“The peoples of the world are drowning in white language, white culture, white religions, white ideals. Who is gonna save us from it?”

I’m thinking this girl has some anger issues. She also tweeted the following:

Gay white men don’t support anyone gay but themselves and I’m sick of the bullshit. Leave me out of it.”

“I don’t wanna come to ur glaad, to ur logo, to nothing GAY. Especially when all YALL think bisexuality is fake anyway. FOH”

“Because it’s not really LGBT. It’s fucking GGGG and I’m sick of gay white men having control of the LGBT conversation.”

“Gay male misogyny has driven me to my breaking point. I no longer want to be associated with anything LGBT.”

She must be such a blast at parties.


Jim Bakker says ISIS has infiltrated every church in America


…and he has tasty survival food to make your ISIS experience more enjoyable

Mmmmmm! Yummy!

‘The View’ Loses Three More Sponsors After Nurse Remarks

Couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of womyn.

Behar (l) and Collins (r)

Behar (l) and Collins (r)

Ace Show Biz: More companies have cut ties with “The View” after the show landed in hot water due to its co-hosts’ controversial nurse remarks. Snuggle, Party City and McCormick have joined Johnson & Johnson and Eggland’s Best to pull their ads from the ABC talk show.

The three companies announced their withdrawals on their respective Facebook pages. Snuggle explained that the placement of its ads was not an endorsement of the program, but merely based on a timeslot.

“As a supporter of nurses, we disagree with the comments made on daytime television and have paused our advertising for that program,” the company added. “Please join us in thanking and celebrating nurses for the critical role they play in our healthcare system.”

Party City wrote, “In response to recent comments made on ‘The View,’ Party City has decided to pause its advertising accordingly.” McCormick additionally stated, “Thank you for expressing your concerns. Like you, we also value and admire nurses, so we have paused advertising on the daytime television show in question.

“The View” generated public outrage after Joy Behar and Michelle Collins mocked Miss Colorado Kelley Johnson’s nurse monologue at the Miss America pageant. “The talent, though, I have to say, the woman who sang opera, and she was incredible. Really good,” Collins said at the time. “But then there was a girl who wrote her own monologue… She came out in a nurse’s uniform and basically read her emails out loud and shockingly did not win … it was hilarious.” Behar chimed in, “Why does she have a doctor’s stethoscope on?”


The two co-hosts later apologized on the show. Collins said, “I, for all of us, want to say we love nurses. Nurses, if you’re watching, we adore you, we respect you.” Behar admitted that she was “just not paying attention,” and thought Johnson might have just been in “costume.”

THE VIEW - "The View" invited dedicated professionals from NYU College of Nursing to share firsthand what these hard working nurses do on a daily basis today, Friday, September 18, 2015. "The View" airs Monday-Friday (11:00 am-12:00 pm, ET) on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/Lorenzo Bevilaqua) NURSES FROM NYU COLLEGE OF NURSING, RAVEN-SYMONE´, MICHELLE COLLINS, JOY BEHAR, DIRECTOR OF SIMULATION LEARNING, KELLIE BRYANT, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR LARRY SLATER, PAULA FARIS

Trying to make amends…

Trying to show how sincere they were with their apology, the show honored nurses by inviting a group of nurses on the show Friday, September 18. Behar said, “After we made comments about the Miss America broadcast and the talent performance by Miss Colorado, we heard from many of you. You let us know you were offended by some of our comments and believe me, we were listening. We apologize for our remarks and we know how important nurses are.

She added, “But we didn’t want to leave it at that. So we have invited the dedicated professionals from NYU College of Nursing to share firsthand what these hard-working nurses do on a daily basis.”

Collins admitted that she “learned a lot this week” and didn’t previously “understand the challenges facing nurses.” She added, “Hopefully, by focusing on this today, we can help better understand and recognize the critical role that nurses play in caring for others and making such a big difference.” Behar then declared, “Thank you nurses. Thank you all very much.”


TV star calls for children with Down’s syndrome to be put down

What a vile creature.

Talk about a pointless life...

Talk about a pointless life…

The Sun: A former  TV star has sparked outrage after posting a vile Facebook post claiming children with Down’s syndrome should be “put down”.

Ursula Presgrave, who appeared on BBC3 show The Call Centre last year, wrote: “Anyone born with down syndrome should be put down, it’s just cruel to let them lead a pointless life of a vegetable.”

The hateful status, posted on Sunday evening, received more than 1,000 comments from people calling her “vile” and “sick”.

One mum wrote: “My son has Down’s syndrome and is three but he is more of a person than you will ever be sweetheart. What goes around comes around and I hope your karma is terrible. Shame on you.”


Presgrave, from Swansea, has caused uproar on social media in the past after she posted a disgusting status about missing child Madeline McCann.

Instead of apologising for her cruel words, Presgrave responded by saying things like “attempting to give a f***” and posted pictures mocking children with Down’s syndrome.

Facebook has since removed the post.


Noah vs The Jim Bakker Show

When Noah heard from God that a great flood was coming…


…did he first try to make a fortune selling life preservers before the rain started?