Insanely good sense

This South Park clip makes insanely good sense. It follows along the lines I laid out in a previous post. Language evolves. The shrieking PC brigade wants to deny that reality, but it is what it is . As such, whereas I defined “faggot” rather narrowly, the South Park clip does it more accurately (at least in regards to “fag”). Some people are complete and utter fags. Most of them are heterosexual.

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"Efforts to reach Christ were unsuccessful."

Just like the regular Jesus.

Jesus Christ was called for jury duty this week in Jefferson County, but was sent home for being disruptive.

Court officials were skeptical at first when on Monday a potential juror submitted a name change form with “Jesus Christ” on it. But the 59-year-old Birmingham woman, who previously went by Dorothy Lola Killingworth, assured the presiding judge that was her name.

“It raised eyebrows, so I asked her if that were truly her name,” Circuit Court Judge Scott Vowell said. “She assured me that it was. She had her name changed in the Probate Court, and she presented her driver’s license.”

Christ was sent to Judge Clyde Jones’s courtroom for a criminal case, but was excused because she was disruptive, court officials said.

Instead of answering questions, she was asking them, a court employee in Jones’s (sic) office said.

Efforts to reach Christ were unsuccessful.

Court administrator Sandra Turner said she and others in the jury assembly room were somewhat shocked at first when the woman insisted Christ was her name. And when her name was called, several potential jurors laughed out loud.

Unlike some Jefferson County residents, Christ did not try to get out of jury duty. “She was perfectly happy to serve,” said Turner.

“Efforts to reach Christ were unsuccessful.”

Just like the regular Jesus.

Jesus Christ was called for jury duty this week in Jefferson County, but was sent home for being disruptive.

Court officials were skeptical at first when on Monday a potential juror submitted a name change form with “Jesus Christ” on it. But the 59-year-old Birmingham woman, who previously went by Dorothy Lola Killingworth, assured the presiding judge that was her name.

“It raised eyebrows, so I asked her if that were truly her name,” Circuit Court Judge Scott Vowell said. “She assured me that it was. She had her name changed in the Probate Court, and she presented her driver’s license.”

Christ was sent to Judge Clyde Jones’s courtroom for a criminal case, but was excused because she was disruptive, court officials said.

Instead of answering questions, she was asking them, a court employee in Jones’s (sic) office said.

Efforts to reach Christ were unsuccessful.

Court administrator Sandra Turner said she and others in the jury assembly room were somewhat shocked at first when the woman insisted Christ was her name. And when her name was called, several potential jurors laughed out loud.

Unlike some Jefferson County residents, Christ did not try to get out of jury duty. “She was perfectly happy to serve,” said Turner.

Intelligence trick

How dare this person use the trick of intelligence! It’s a conspiracy of the competent!