That controversial mosque in NYC

September 25, 2010 at 2:55 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Let tolerance rule!

I think it should be the goal of every American to be tolerant. The mosque should be allowed, in an effort to promote tolerance.

That is why I also propose, that two gay nightclubs be opened next door to the mosque thereby promoting tolerance within the mosque. We could call the clubs “The Turban Cowboy” and “You Mecca Me So Hot”.

Next door should be a butcher shop that specializes in pork and have an open barbeque with spare ribs as its daily special. Across the street a very daring lingerie store called “Victoria Keeps Nothing Secret” with sexy mannequins in the window modeling the goods.

Next door to the lingerie shop, there would be room for an Adult Toy Shop (Koranal Knowledge?), its name in flashing neon lights, and on the other side a liquor store, maybe call it “Morehammered”?

If you agree in promoting tolerance and you think this is a good plan, pass it on.




Odd news from around the world

In case of emergency, please remove your bra: “Caught in a disaster? You’d better hope you’re wearing the Emergency Bra. Simply unsnap the bright red bra, separate the cups, and slip it over your head — one cup for you, and one for your friend. Dr. Elena Bodnar won an Ignoble Award for the invention last year, an annual tribute to scientific research that on the surface seems goofy but is often surprisingly practical. And now Bodnar has brought the eBra to the public; purchase one online for just $29.95. ‘The goal of any emergency respiratory device is to achieve tight fixation and full coverage. Luckily, the wonderful design of the bra is already in the shape of a face mask and so with the addition of a few design features, the Emergency Bra enhances the efficiency of minimizing contaminated bypass air flow,’ explains the eBra website.”

Aliens are monitoring our nukes, worry ex-Air Force officers: “Captain Robert Salas was on duty in Montana in 1967 when a UFO shut down the nuclear missiles on his base. And he’s hardly the only one to make such a claim. On Monday, six former U.S. Air Force officers and one former enlisted man will break their silence about similar events at the National Press Club, all centering around unidentified flying objects and nuclear missiles. They plan to urge the government to publicly confirm the incidents, stating that they were ordered never to discuss the events.”

Singles think the best bedmates are hairy: “They are a man’s – and a woman’s – best friend. Now for an increasing number of single people, a dog or a cat is easing their loneliness by sharing their bed. About one in three singles said they let their dog or cat in their bed, a major shift from 10 years ago when just 8 per cent would do so. One single who doesn’t mind sharing a blanket with her eight-year-old dog Chops is Vanessa Papas, 25. “Chops is very much a house dog and has always just been my baby and a member of the family,” she said. “Since we’ve had him he always just comes into my room and climbs on to the bed. It’s an arrangement that works very well for both of us. “He likes the attention and I like having the company.”

Beer bikes in Berlin: “Up to 16 people can sit on this mobile masterpiece, a four-wheel bike powered by multiple sets of pedals and featuring a 360-degree wooden beer counter, a CO2 system to pump the beer and a sound system to pump out the music. Groups of what appear to be very happy campers can regularly be seen partying along the streets of Berlin as they burn up the kilojoules while supping fine German beer and taking in the sights.”

British Keystone Kops again: “As the mother of a serving police officer, Margaret Pearcey was only too happy to support police attempts to tackle a criminal family blighting her neighbourhood. She gave witness statements, carried out surveillance, noted down number plates of suspicious cars after being promised that her anonymity would be protected. But the 62-year-old ended up being driven from her own home and forced to live in a string of hotel rooms and safe houses after blundering police blew her cover by leaving her name on prosecution paperwork. The papers were handed to her ‘nuisance’ neighbours as part of legal proceedings to evict the family and close down their suspected drugs den home. Mrs Pearcey’s name was even read out in court hearing as police successfully applied for a closure order. Staffordshire Police admitted liability and awarded Mrs Pearcey £99,000 damages over the mistake and apologised to the mother-of-six for the ‘highly regrettable error’.”

And don’t forget to catch up with all the Strange Justice before you go.


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