Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Captain Quahog 2.1 : When religion loses its credibility


a real true died in the wool nutjob left a post on my blog!! Woo Hoo!

I'm in the big leagues now baby!!!

Monday, November 20, 2006

When religion loses its credibility

Figured I would just post the whole damn article it's so good..enjoy.
Truth to Power!

And, if you like this one check this next: Christians Fundamentally Gone Wild over at the Smirking Chimp. No, it's not a porn video staring the good Reverend Haggard, James Dobson and Jerry Falwell. Man did I just creep myself out!

"Galileo was persecuted for revealing what we now know to be the truth regarding Earth’s place in our solar system. Today, the issue is homosexuality, and the persecution is not of one man but of millions. Will Christian leaders once again be on the wrong side of history?"

By Oliver "Buzz" Thomas, USA Today

What if Christian leaders are wrong about homosexuality? I suppose, much as a newspaper maintains its credibility by setting the record straight, church leaders would need to do the same:

Correction: Despite what you might have read, heard or been taught throughout your churchgoing life, homosexuality is, in fact, determined at birth and is not to be condemned by God's followers.

Based on a few recent headlines, we won't be seeing that admission anytime soon.

(Illustration by Adrienne Lewis, USA TODAY)

Last week, U.S. Roman Catholic bishops took the position that homosexual attractions are "disordered" and that gays should live closeted lives of chastity. At the same time, North Carolina's Baptist State Convention was preparing to investigate churches that are too gay-friendly. Even the more liberal Presbyterian Church (USA) had been planning to put a minister on trial for conducting a marriage ceremony for two women before the charges were dismissed on a technicality. All this brings me back to the question: What if we're wrong?

Religion's only real commodity, after all, is its moral authority. Lose that, and we lose our credibility. Lose credibility, and we might as well close up shop.

It's happened to Christianity before, most famously when we dug in our heels over Galileo's challenge to the biblical view that the Earth, rather than the sun, was at the center of our solar system. You know the story. Galileo was persecuted for what turned out to be incontrovertibly true. For many, especially in the scientific community, Christianity never recovered.

This time, Christianity is in danger of squandering its moral authority by continuing its pattern of discrimination against gays and lesbians in the face of mounting scientific evidence that sexual orientation has little or nothing to do with choice. To the contrary, whether sexual orientation arises as a result of the mother's hormones or the child's brain structure or DNA, it is almost certainly an accident of birth. The point is this: Without choice, there can be no moral culpability.

Answer in Scriptures

So, why are so many church leaders (not to mention Orthodox Jewish and Muslim leaders) persisting in their view that homosexuality is wrong despite a growing stream of scientific evidence that is likely to become a torrent in the coming years? The answer is found in Leviticus 18. "You shall not lie with a man as with a woman; it is an abomination."

As a former "the Bible says it, I believe it, that settles it" kind of guy, I am sympathetic with any Christian who accepts the Bible at face value. But here's the catch. Leviticus is filled with laws imposing the death penalty for everything from eating catfish to sassing your parents. If you accept one as the absolute, unequivocal word of God, you must accept them all.

For many of gay America's loudest critics, the results are unthinkable. First, no more football. At least not without gloves. Handling a pig skin is an abomination. Second, no more Saturday games even if you can get a new ball. Violating the Sabbath is a capital offense according to Leviticus. For the over-40 crowd, approaching the altar of God with a defect in your sight is taboo, but you'll have plenty of company because those menstruating or with disabilities are also barred.

The truth is that mainstream religion has moved beyond animal sacrifice, slavery and the host of primitive rituals described in Leviticus centuries ago. Selectively hanging onto these ancient proscriptions for gays and lesbians exclusively is unfair according to anybody's standard of ethics. We lawyers call it "selective enforcement," and in civil affairs it's illegal.

A better reading of Scripture starts with the book of Genesis and the grand pronouncement about the world God created and all those who dwelled in it. "And, the Lord saw that it was good." If God created us and if everything he created is good, how can a gay person be guilty of being anything more than what God created him or her to be?

Turning to the New Testament, the writings of the Apostle Paul at first lend credence to the notion that homosexuality is a sin, until you consider that Paul most likely is referring to the Roman practice of pederasty, a form of pedophilia common in the ancient world. Successful older men often took boys into their homes as concubines, lovers or sexual slaves. Today, such sexual exploitation of minors is no longer tolerated. The point is that the sort of long-term, committed, same-sex relationships that are being debated today are not addressed in the New Testament. It distorts the biblical witness to apply verses written in one historical context (i.e. sexual exploitation of children) to contemporary situations between two monogamous partners of the same sex. Sexual promiscuity is condemned by the Bible whether it's between gays or straights. Sexual fidelity is not.

What would Jesus do?

For those who have lingering doubts, dust off your Bibles and take a few hours to reacquaint yourself with the teachings of Jesus. You won't find a single reference to homosexuality. There are teachings on money, lust, revenge, divorce, fasting and a thousand other subjects, but there is nothing on homosexuality. Strange, don't you think, if being gay were such a moral threat?

On the other hand, Jesus spent a lot of time talking about how we should treat others. First, he made clear it is not our role to judge. It is God's. ("Judge not lest you be judged." Matthew 7:1) And, second, he commanded us to love other people as we love ourselves.

So, I ask you. Would you want to be discriminated against? Would you want to lose your job, housing or benefits because of something over which you had no control? Better yet, would you like it if society told you that you couldn't visit your lifelong partner in the hospital or file a claim on his behalf if he were murdered?

The suffering that gay and lesbian people have endured at the hands of religion is incalculable, but they can look expectantly to the future for vindication. Scientific facts, after all, are a stubborn thing. Even our religious beliefs must finally yield to them as the church in its battle with Galileo ultimately realized. But for religion, the future might be ominous. Watching the growing conflict between medical science and religion over homosexuality is like watching a train wreck from a distance. You can see it coming for miles and sense the inevitable conclusion, but you're powerless to stop it. The more church leaders dig in their heels, the worse it's likely to be.

Oliver "Buzz" Thomas is a Baptist minister and author of an upcoming book, 10 Things Your Minister Wants to Tell You (But Can't Because He Needs the Job).

"Let the People Vote...Then What?

For all the whining the anti SSM people are doing it would be interesting to see what their reactions will be if the ballot measure goes forward and loses. Does anyone with the ability to think actually believe that that will be the end of it? Right...

Lets put this right out on the table. These people who are against SSM, who signed this petition are homophobic bigots. Period.

To say that they aren't is a blatant lie. They can wrap themselves up in their 'Jesus Blankets' and shit on the Massachusetts constitution all they want, but that does'nt change the fact that they are bigots.

"A bigot is a prejudiced person who is intolerant of opinions, lifestyles or identities differing from their own. The origin of the word in English dates back to at least 1598, via Middle French, and started with the sense of religious hypocrite, especially a woman.

Bigot is often used as a pejorative term against a person who is obstinately devoted to their prejudices even when these views are challenged or proven to be false. Forms of bigotry may have a related ideology or world views."

The anti-SSM people argue that they don't hate or discriminate, they just don't agree with our lifestyle. Fine, as so many more have said a lot more eloquently than I have: Mind your own god damn friggin' business then! You have absolutely no right to impose your religious or political beliefs on anyone else. The fact that the Massachusetts State Legislature voted again at the recent Constitutional Convention to postpone the vote has sent the religious right and Governor Hairdo into a tizzy.

I almost would be willing to 'let the people vote' if I didn't have to read one more freakin' editorial or letter to the editor of how the Massachusetts State Legislature is "rogue, or out of control". It's amazing how they are so adamant and vocal about the role of activist judges but when it suits their narrow-minded opinions "it's all good".

The hypocrisy of these people is sickening.

I wish they would find something else fixate on.

But then I realize this is what is supposed to happen.

For most of my life for, I have struggled with being 'different.' In our F***ed up hypocritical society difference isn't something that is necessarily valued. Sure, they may say that other peoples differences are the 'fabric of America' but when push comes to shove most people are scared to death of anything that doesn't conform to their own beliefs and ideals. It wasn't until I was in my twenties that I realized that being different was pretty damn cool. Yeah, I'm gay guy but that isn't all of me; just one of many parts. I have had girlfriends and boyfriends. Does that make me Bisexual, or just curious? I used to follow the Grateful Dead around (explains a lot don't it?) . Dead shows were actually one of the places that I felt the most comfortable. I could just be. I am also Portuguese, Native American, French Canadian and English. What does that make me then...a mutt I guess. But really, I am just a typical run of the mill American trying to get along in an increasingly hostile country and world. If you need to define me go ahead, but what would my definition be? A gay man? A Dead Head? A mutt? At different times of my life I have been different things. I have had different jobs, lived in different towns and States. Does that make me a hobo? (Although I always wanted to try and hop a freight train.) It's not that easy to label someone you don't know personally but the Mass Family type organizations of the world seem to think that they know exactly who and what the millions of Gay Americans are; evil perverts who are hell bent on converting their children and instilling "The Homosexaul Agenda" on society.

What agenda? Most of the gay folks I know are no different in their wants and desires as the straight folks I know. If anyone has an agenda it's the homophobic bigots of the world who have murdered, jailed, discriminated and harassed people who they perceived as different from themselves throughout history.

Earlier today received an email from my outgoing Republican State Rep. Shirley Gomes (who I have voted for in the past) detailing the Con Con vote last week. She voted against postponing the vote which was no surprise to me as she has repeatedly stated her views on SSM. I wrote her back and asked her exactly what I said above: would a yes vote on SSM be accepted by Mass Family and herself. I am guessing I will get back the standard GOP reply: "The people have a right to vote, I hope we can come to the understanding that people have different opinions ect..." It's sad, as I personally know Mrs. Gomes and her family. I grew up going to school with her children, her nieces and nephews. Mrs. Gomes is of Cape Verdean ancestry.
She grew up in the same town on Cape Cod as I did and still lives there. Would she be defined as a woman, a mother, a State Rep., a Cape Verdean, or worse yet a... republican?

I guess where I am going with this is that we all are many different things to ourselves and others. Nobody is the same. We all have differences. One of my favorite movies is 'Harold & Maude'. If any of you reading this have seen the movie you'll know what I am talking about.
In one scene they are in an arboretum (I think it's the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park) any way, they are looking at a bunch of daisies that all look the same. Maude asks Harold what kind of flower he would like to be and he says "One of those" She asks why and he says "Because they are all the same". She sort of scolds him in her Ruth Gordonish way: "But they're not" she says, "They have all sorts of discernible differences, some are short, some are long some have different size petals". Anyway, that's pretty much the gist of their conversation. That scene always gives me a shot of 'good vibes'. What I wish everyone should and would understand is that people are not that different from those daisies. We have may have different beliefs, cultures nationalities, sexualities, but in the end we are all the same. Arms, legs, eyes, ears, mouths, noses...

Even if we don't have all the parts we are still human beings. Well, at least some of us still are.

So, to vote or not to vote, that is the question. Should the civil rights of a minority group of American citizens be put to a popular vote? Of course I think not, but the wingers, bigots and homophobes say yes. Surprise Surprise.

Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, regardless of how offensive or ignorant that they may be, but your opinions are crossing the line when you advocate writing discriminatory laws into our State constitution.

I have pondered what would happen if a petition was initiated to prevent arrogant white republican men(that's redundant eh?) the right to marry. Actually that's not such a bad idea. We would be ridding the world of so much hot air it just might be the cure to global warming.
Can you imagine the uproar. I for one would sign that petition; hell I might even start it myself. I am sure I would gather more than enough signatures to get it on the ballot...wait a minute, that's discriminatory ain't it? See, the difference between me and them is I don't give a rats ass what they do in their private lives or who they marry, (as repulsive as it makes me to think of the say, Dennis Hasert having sex...) I just threw up in my mouth.

I just don't get the fixation that these people have with other peoples private lives. What is the obsession with homosexuality? I am pretty sure it's some sort of twisted sexual repression.

I don't know any hot Christan Fundies. Who the hell would want to F*** them? (Oops, I did it again.) Me thinks they do protest a bit to much. Intolerance is usually a sure sign of repression; lashing out against another group that you have decided are inferior to yourself even though you yourself are one of the group you detest. A vicious circle.

I was always under the assumption that in this country we are free to be who and what we want. "To each his or her own". That people's differences are what make them unique and individual. Are we all supposed to be this homogenized version of what a bunch of uptight sexually repressed bigots say we should be? What a boring world it be.

Imagine a world filled with sexually repressed republicans.

The horror, the horror.

Sunday, November 12, 2006

Civil Rights by Popular Vote?

Over the past few years as the SSM (same sex marriage) issue has run its course one of the things that amazes and baffles me about the current attempt by the bigots at Mass Family is... are people really that stupid? Can't they see through the homophobia and the bigotry of these people? It's pretty transparent to me although I actually take the time and make the effort to keep myself informed. I don't get my information in 10 second sound bytes from a MSM that could care less about the quality and truth of news. One of the reasons our nation was hijacked by Cheney/ Rumsfeld cabal was that so many people in this country not only are aphetic about politics, they are down right stupid.

I am always amazed by shear numbers of people who just don’t vote. In this last election I was heartened by the numbers all across the country but I bumped into a few people I know that said they weren’t going to vote. I think I scared the crap out of one of my neighbors because I told her that if Cheney and Bush had there way we would be in war after war and her children would be nothing but cannon fodder for their war machine. Harsh, you bet. Reality, damn right! But then aren’t I as bad as them for using fear to GOTV? Hmmm...I don't give a shit! I live in the real world. Not some fantasy Theocratic play land where everybody praises Jesus and we shit roses.

I gotta say I was more afraid during this election than I have ever been before. If they were left in power…I shudder to think. As it is now, I am not sure if the Cheney/Rumsfeld cabal is more dangerous now that they are being pushed out. What will they do to hold on to power and continue to pursue their agendas?

So civil rights and voting; that’s the big story here in Massachusetts the past few days. With our State Legislatures voting to postpone the Constitutional Convention last week effectively null and voiding the bigoted attempt by Mass Family at altering our State Constitution, the usual bigots are out in full force. The “Let the People Vote” side is crying foul as they say their rights are being violated and the good guys (sorry I’m bias) are just happy that this could be the end of what could have potentially been a very divisive and nasty campaign. What amazes me about the people who are against SSM is that they won’t admit that they are homophobic bigots. Almost every one of these people will say, they ‘don’t care about what people do in their personal lives but…’ or ‘I have many gay friends’. Who are they kidding? Seriously! I have relatives that signed the anti- SSM petition who I probably will never speak with again. I wrote one of my relatives a letter that ‘expressed’ my displeasure with her singing it and let’s just say I probably won’t be attending any family functions with any of those people anytime soon. If I knew anyone personally who signed it I would confront them about it. We actually had 2 people running for the State Legislature here on the Cape who were both gay but one, unbelievably was against SMS. I’m guessing that he will be discussing that with his psycho analyst down the road. These people really are delusional.

Civil rights should never, ever be put to a majority vote, period. And, we need to take this back from the religious extremists who are making a mockery of our judiciary and State government. All they seem to have is hate in their black cold little hearts and they aren’t happy unless they have someone, something to hate and discriminate against. They say that this is about democracy and fairness. Bullshit! This is about civil rights for all Americans, straight, gay or even bigoted. I wish we could somehow shut these people up but sad to say they will most likely always be here waiting for that time, that issue that they can use to divide people and push their radical agenda forward. They really are pathetic aren’t they? They are nothing but bullies who have to have some to pick on. To me, they are nothing but cowards.

I guess the best way to shut them up would be how we just did it, by voting. I just hope that every person who didn’t vote is at least aware of what just happened in our country. We achieved change in Washington by voting. The war, the wars that these criminals seemed so intent on dragging us into will now at least be subject to oversight that will hold these people accountable for what they will do and most important what they have done.

For awhile, back a few weeks ago, I was so full of despair about the direction our Country was headed in I was actually thinking that it might be time for me think of moving to Canada, or some other country that actually had a democratically elected government that wasn’t on the verge of becoming a Police State. I figured for sure they were going try and steal this election, and or we would have another ‘terrorist attack’ that would be so bad, so awful that it would allow them to declare martial law and postpone or put off the election. I would not put anything past these neo-con criminals; desperate people who are afraid of losing power do desperate things. Although we still aren’t out of the danger that these people pose to out nation, at the very least their power to terrorize us has been diminished.

I guess that so many people came out to vote this election it threw off all of their voting schemes. The sheer numbers of people who showed up and voted null and voided most of, if not all their attempts at “dieiboldng the vote”

See, it does sort of work, the system. But even if somehow the anti-SSM assholes succeed at getting their bullshit petition on the ballot in 2008, there will be thousands of people who will do everything their power to make sure that these soulless bastards don’t win. Let the people vote my ass. How much you wanna bet that if the petition does somehow go to the ballot and it loses, which it looks more and more like if it did it will, these assholes will start screaming about how the system is broken. These bigots will never stop. It’s the hate that drives them and makes them feel alive. We may not be able to shut them up, but we got them running scared. With a little luck and a lot of hope we will keep them on the run for good!

Wednesday, November 1, 2006

While Rome Burns...

103 (correction:105)US Service Men died in Iraq last month and the wingesphere and MSM focus on John Kerry's inability to tell a joke?!

Who owes who an apology?

How many more lies?

How many more distractions?

How many more people are going to die?

How much longer?

How absolutley pathetic and dispicable these people are.

This is waterboarding

I have nothing... just watch.

found over at Blah3

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Thought of the Day

"Give us courage and gaiety and the quiet mind. Spare to us our friends, soften to us our enemies. Bless us, if it may be, in all our innocent endeavors. If it may not, give us the strength to encounter that which is to come, that we be brave in peril, constant in tribulation, temperate in wrath, and in all changes of fortune and down to the gates of death, loyal and loving one to another."

~Robert Louis Stevenson

Saturday, October 28, 2006

"A Walk on the Brown Side."

If this wasn't so friggin' funny it would be sad.

This is Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat, Ali G) as a gay character he does called Bruno. He is interviewing some delusional 'Christain Gay Conversion Therapist'.

I started watching his show on HBO when it came out a few years back.

Are people really this unbelievable ignorant?

Yes, I guess they are.

found over at Queer Beacon


from Crooks & Liars

Singularities, Black Holes and Stuff Part II

I neglected to talk about the fact that I still have no friggin' clue as to what a singularity really is. The closest I can get in 'Lee' speak is that: a singularity is the point where something becomes nothing and ends up being something again, only bigger and more powerful than we could ever imagine. Get it? Me neither...

The definitions at and Wickpedia.

Black Holes

Wrap your head around this:

"The spatial singularity is a theoretical term for the state of the center of a black hole. It would occur if matter could be compressed to infinitely small proportions, a mathematical point. This is the prediction of General Relativity if there is no physical limit on the size of particles. This has nothing to do with the formation of an event horizon, which occurs as soon as the infalling matter is all inside its Schwarzchild radius, a relatively long time before it falls to the center.

Because nothing other than extremely random Hawking radiation can escape from beyond the event horizon, there is no way to observe the core of a black hole, whether or not it is a singularity. The only physical properties we can currently apply to a black hole are mass (measured by the strength of the gravitational pull), volume (calculated in three dimensions using the Schwarzschild Radius), electrical charge, temperature* (see notes), spin, and magnetic field."

I watched a Science Channel show the other night on the Hawking Paradox.

The first thing that jumped out at me was that it appeared he was saying that matter does disappear, it eventually evaporates. Now I have always thought and believed (I'm getting spiritual here) that what we are, our souls, is energy and that energy is matter and matter can't disappear.

Contradictions vs Paradoxes

Does this mean that when we are gone, when we die we are actually gone for good?

Apparently Mr. Hawking is having second thoughts about his theory though: (link).

Lately, because of recent events I have been thinking more and more about existence. Why we are. When we leave this physical plain of being, where do we go, into a big spiritual blender? Do we re-incarnate? Do we remember who we are, who we where? Will we recognize other souls we have known and loved? It has always been fairly obvious to me that religions have come about because of these unknowns. It seems our fear of dying has kept us from so much.

I found this blog entry when I did "The Google" as Dear Leader says:

"I think we scatter. I think consciousness is an epiphenomenon, arising out of a certain arrangement of matter. I don't think there's any hard evidence for disembodied consciousness, for anything that continues to exist after my physical body dies and decays, and what's more, I think this is right and good. I think this is the answer to the question "who attains nirvana?", as well as the answer to the Christian conundrum of whether we're headed to heaven or hell or purgatory. We're headed back into the great, recycling Tao, folks. And since we were always part of this Tao, just as an ocean wave never stops being composed of ocean water, then I can agree with Thich Nhat Hanh's observation that we were always here to begin with, and will always be here. There is nothing not-Tao."

That's pretty much how I think it happens. Kind of lonely sounding isn't it? No wonder people are so afraid of dying. Something inside me though says that who we are can't just cease to exist. I want so bad to believe that. But who knows? None of us are finding out 'till the big day comes anyway so what does it really matter?

All the fear, all the awful things that we do to each other are just a lesson right? This life is just a great big spiritual cosmic classroom and we are all only still in kindergarten, right?

I sure hope so...

Years ago I learned a little phrase that for the longest time I had such a difficult time understanding and accepting: 'One day at a time.' Pretty straight forward and simplistic ain't it?
Stay in the moment, live for the now. With all the terrrifying things happening in this world I need to keep repeating that phrase over and over to myself.

I guess I, we still have alot more to learn. Lets just hope the idiots in Washington don't kill us all first.

Captain Quahog 2.1 : Singularities...

I just started watching it this season. Is it me or are the Cylons dead ringers for the Cheney/Bush Cabal??

Friday, October 27, 2006

Captain Quahog 2.1 : What exit?

Yeah, I think they are here to stay. How is it possible for so many people to be so incredibly stupid? What happened in their lives to make them give up on their own individuality, their humanness?


Singularities and Nightmares

by David Brin

"Options for a coming singularity include self-destruction of civilization, a positive singularity, a negative singularity (machines take over), and retreat into tradition. Our urgent goal: find (and avoid) failure modes, using anticipation (thought experiments) and resiliency -- establishing robust systems that can deal with almost any problem as it arises."


I just finished reading this amazing essay (link above). Unbelievable! It's basically about human evolution; what's in store for us. Pretty amazing stuff. Long, but it has robots in it!!

I have been pretty much fascinated with anything space or time related since I looked through a friends pair of high powered binoculars a few years back and saw a galaxy...that little dot of light that I would see all the time was actually a galaxy with hundreds of millions of stars with countless billions of planets... and our universe has countless billions of these galaxies!


I have always liked Sci-fi. I was really into Planet of the Apes when I was a kid. I really liked the whole concept of us or other species evolving or devolving. I liked STO (Star Trek Original) but really liked TNG (The Next Generation). My friend David from when I lived in SF was really into Cpt. Picard. He thought he was hot!

On the Science Channel (which can I say, rocks!) they have great shows and series about time, space and asteroids smashing into the Earth! In fact they run all of the original Cosmos series.

Watched a show the other night about black holes. They actually think now that they are instrumental if not responsible for galaxy formation.

Quantum Physics, Singularities...

Man, what a great time to be alive. So much to learn and discover. I wonder if we will be around long enough to experience and learn all this universe has in store for us.

Any way...thought I'd share this with the few of you still reading this thing.

11 Days to the election. Terror warnings from the Gulf. Could we really be this stupid? Are we really going to throw all of this amazement, beauty and wonder away? We have so much to learn yet.

I just don't understand...

Found a great new Blog tonight:


and the website the Singularity story is from:

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

What exit?

Being from Massachusetts where Gay & Lesbian folks can already marry their little gay hearts out, I wish to welcome the folks from New Jersey to the club.

"The court said the Legislature "must either amend the marriage statutes to include same-sex couples or create a parallel statutory structure" that gives gays all the privileges and obligations married couples have.

The three dissenters argued that the majority did not go far enough. They demanded full marriage for gays."

Wonder how long it took for the 'Bible Bashing Bigot Brigades' to start spewing their intolerance and hate.

(Well that was quick)

Hopefully when the good guys win, these ignorant cretins will crawl back under the slimy stinking cesspool covers from which they came.

Saturday, October 21, 2006


On my way to the dentist yesterday morning I saw a dog lying in the road in front of the neighborhood I live in. There was an ambulance and a fire truck on the other side and two guys standing there. I thought the dog was one of my neighbors so I pulled over. It wasn't my neighbors but the dog was still breathing. It was raining and cold. Neither of the men standing by the truck were doing anything. I asked them if they had called anyone, like a vet or??? I went and grabbed my phone and a blanket and called my vet to ask if I could bring the dog to them or to the 24/7 Emergency Vet center. As I was putting the blanket over the dog he died. It turned out the fireman/ EMT is the one who hit the dog. He said that there were two of them that ran in out in front of him, the other didn't get hit and ran off. The dog who died didn't have a collar on. I got back in my truck and gave Kokoro a big hug. She didn't understand.

That was how my day started. After that I had a root canal that now, almost 2 days later feels like someone took a hacksaw to my jaw. If I didn't have vicadin I think I probably would have either pulled the tooth out with a pair of pliers or hit myself repeatedly in the head with a hammer. Not like it would be the first time for either...

I can't stop thinking about the dog that got hit. I still have no idea whose dog it was but I wish that people wouldn't let their dogs and cats run loose. Kokoro lived in San Francisco the first year of her life. We lived a block away from Golden Gate Park so she got walked there a couple times a day. We had to cross a four lane road. I trained her to sit at the stop light and kept it going a few years after we came back to the Cape but I still wouldn't let her walk near a road with out me or a leash. I hope the person whose dog it was found out. Other than republicans retaining control of congress, one of my worst fears would be Kokoro getting loose and disappearing. I wouldn't know what to do...

There sure are a lot of irresponsible pet owners out there. I have a neighbor who has a couple of 'outdoor' cats. Now a day that means 'kitty burgers' for the growing Cape coyote population. One of her cats wiped out a nest of baby cardinals in my yard a few years back. Now every time the cat is in my yard Kokoro always seems to accidentally get out. Here Kityy kitty kitty...

Well, I think it's been about 4 hours...time for another vicadin.


On my way to the dentist yesterday morning I saw a dog lying in the road in front of the neighborhood I live in. There was an ambulance and a fire truck on the other side and two guys standing there. I thought the dog was one of my neighbors so I pulled over. It wasn't my neighbors but the dog was still breathing. It was raining and cold. Neither of the men standing by the truck were doing anything. I asked them if they had called anyone, like a vet or??? I went and grabbed my phone and a blanket and called my vet to ask if I could bring the dog to them or to the 24/7 Emergency Vet center. As I was putting the blanket over the dog he died. It turned out the fireman/ EMT is the one who hit the dog. He said that there were two of them that ran in out in front of him, the other didn't get hit and ran off. The dog who died didn't have a collar on. I got back in my truck and gave Kokoro a big hug. She didn't understand.

That was how my day started. After that I had a root canal that now, almost 2 days later feels like someone took a hacksaw to my jaw. If I didn't have vicadin I think I probably would have either pulled the tooth out with a pair of pliers or hit myself repeatedly in the head with a hammer. Not like it would be the first time for either...

I can't stop thinking about the dog that got hit. I still have no idea whose dog it was but I wish that people wouldn't let their dogs and cats run loose. Kokoro lived in San Francisco the first year of her life. We lived a block away from Golden Gate Park so she got walked there a couple times a day. We had to cross a four lane road. I trained her to sit at the stop light and kept it going a few years after we came back to the Cape but I still wouldn't let her walk near a road with out me or a leash. I hope the person whose dog it was found out. Other than republicans retaining control of congress, one of my worst fears would be Kokoro getting loose and disappearing. I wouldn't know what to do...

There sure are a lot of irresponsible pet owners out there. I have a neighbor who has a couple of 'outdoor' cats. Now a day that means 'kitty burgers' for the growing Cape coyote population. One of her cats wiped out a nest of baby cardinals in my yard a few years back. Now every time the cat is in my yard Kokoro always seems to accidentally get out. Here Kityy kitty kitty...

Well, I think it's been about 4 hours...time for another vicadin.

Be Afraid...Be very Afraid

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Captain Quahog 2.1 : Yup...

Hey Lee...lost your email...

I met you on the bike trail. I made a page on my summer here:

I got a sticker for my car from move

It says DEFEND the republicans.

Hope to be on the Cape next summer.

Your friend in Knox, NY


Saturday, October 14, 2006

Captain Quahog 2.1 : Akita's, Dogs & the People Who Love Them

i agree... the world would be a much different and, most likely, a MUCH BETTER place...

without going into all the details, i had to put my deceased mother's dog down a number of years ago... she was a disabled, but very sweet dog... it was impossible for us to keep her any longer and there was no one else i could conceive of taking care of her and loving her the way she deserved... it was, however, a decision that has plagued me ever since... was it the right thing...? i didn't know then and i still don't know now...

Akita's, Dogs & the People Who Love Them

Yesterday a man was bitten by a dog that he was watching for a friend. Apparently the friend’s dog got into a fight with his dog and as he was trying to break up the fight the friends dog bit him very badly. The police where called and the dog was shot and killed.

The friend’s dog was an Akita. This was emphasized repeatedly throughout the stories in yesterdays & today’s Cape Cod Times. Apparently this to the writer was the most important part of the story. That and that the dog was shot and the man who was bitten almost had his arm torn off.

This is fairly typical of any type of news outlet these days; sensationalize the story, have plenty of gory details and make sure there is a villain. The story is pretty standard for the Times, which seems more and more to be turning into a tabloid wanna be. I am sure we will be assailed with even bloodier details over the next few days. They had a picture online yesterday of the dead dog lying in the street. I am very surprised they didn’t put that on the front page of the paper today along with the story.

My feelings about this where pretty immediate, sadness. 8 Years ago my dog Max bit someone very badly and after many sleepless weeks I decided to end his life. This for me was the hardest thing I have ever had to do, and over 8 years later I still grieve for him and question the decision I made. Many people said to me after that I did ‘The right thing.” Whatever. He was my ‘best boy’ and my best friend. I had a connection to him like I have never had to another human being.

To me there was no ‘right’ decision.

I feel for the guy whose dog this was. Not only does he have to go through the horrible fact of what his dog did. He also probably loved and cared for that dog very much, and he died in an awful and violent way.

After Max bit the person eight years ago, I thought they were going to take him from me and kill him. If they had done that I don’t know what I would have done. Even now, with Kokoro, I worry that something might happen. She might get into a fight with another dog or someone could take her friendliness for aggression. She is a big dog and absolutely loves people. But there are a lot of folks who are afraid of big dogs. So, I take precautions. I am much more protective of her than I was with Max…sometimes too much so. I just don’t want to put her in a situation like I did with Max which could put her life in danger.

Dogs are dogs. We forget that sometimes. Every once in awhile their instincts kick in and thousands of years of domestication disappear in an instant. Are we all that much different? We kill for sport or revenge. People are far more aggressive and destructive than animals. Maybe it’s just our fascination with violence that makes us sensationalize when an animal attacks a human. Or maybe it’s some sort of ancient genetic fear switch that flips on when it’s another species that attacks us?

I know not everyone has the same spiritual connections to animals that some of us have, but I can’t help but thinking if we all did, this world would be a very different place.

Wednesday, October 4, 2006

As so it begins....

The March to War: Naval build-up in the Persian Gulf and the Eastern Mediterranean.

Global Research

October 1, 2006
Editor's note

We bring to the attention of our readers, this carefully documented review of the ongoing naval build-up and deployment of coalition forces in the Middle East.

The article examines the geopolitics behind this military deployment and its relationship to "the Battle for Oil".

The structure of military alliances is crucial to an understanding of these war preparations.

The naval deployment is taking place in two distinct theaters: the Persian Gulf and the Eastern Mediterranean.

Both Israel and NATO are slated to play a major role in the US-led war.

The militarization of the Eastern Mediterranean is broadly under the jurisdiction of NATO in liaison with Israel. Directed against Syria, it is conducted under the faƧade of a UN peace-keeping mission pursuant to UN Security Council Resolution 1701. In this context, the war on Lebanon must be viewed as a stage of a the broader US sponsored military road-map.

The naval armada in the Persian Gulf is largely under US command, with the participation of Canada.

The naval buildup is coordinated with the planned air attacks. The planning of the aerial bombings of Iran started in mid-2004, pursuant to the formulation of CONPLAN 8022 in early 2004. In May 2004, National Security Presidential Directive NSPD 35 entitled Nuclear Weapons Deployment Authorization was issued. While its contents remains classified, the presumption is that NSPD 35 pertains to the deployment of tactical nuclear weapons in the Middle East war theater in compliance with CONPLAN 8022.

These war plans must be taken very seriously.

The World is at the crossroads of the most serious crisis in modern history. The US has embarked on a military adventure, "a long war", which threatens the future of humanity.

In the weeks ahead, it is essential that citizens' movements around the world act consistently to confront their respective governments and reverse and dismantle this military agenda.

What is needed is to break the conspiracy of silence, expose the media lies and distortions, confront the criminal nature of the US Administration and of those governments which support it, its war agenda as well as its so-called "Homeland Security agenda" which has already defined the contours of a police State.

It is essential to bring the US war project to the forefront of political debate, particularly in North America and Western Europe. Political and military leaders who are opposed to the war must take a firm stance, from within their respective institutions. Citizens must take a stance individually and collectively against war.

Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research, 1 October 2006

full article here

found over at Breaking all the Rules

I have read quite a few articles over the past weeks about the administrations plans for attacking not only Iran but Syria as well. This article puts it all together in a chilling way

My first thought after reading this is there are too many unknowns. How can they guaranteed that Russia won't get involved? or China? What about all those nuclear bombs that disappeared after the break up of the former Soviet Union? Who has those? They are not just playing with fire, they're playing with nuclear Armageddon.

And now that it's all falling apart for them what better way to rally the punch drunk flag waiving minions to their cause; Start another war!

And it will be a war without end folks, that's what they want and it appears that what we will get.

Friday, September 29, 2006

America is an idea...

"America is an idea, a dream, and that is all. We have borders and armies and citizens and commerce and industry, but all this merely makes us like every other nation on this Earth. What separates us is the idea, the simple idea, that life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are our organizing principles. We can think as we please, speak as we please, write as we please, worship as we please, go where we please. We are protected from the kinds of tyranny that inspired our creation as a nation in the first place.

That was the idea. That was the dream. It may all be over now, but once upon a time, it existed. No good idea ever truly dies. The dream was here, and so was I, and so were you."

William RIvers Pitt

Wednesday, September 6, 2006

Grateful Dead: Oakland Arena 2/26/90 Set I

Grateful Dead: Oakland Arena, OaklandCA 2/26/90 Set I

Grateful Dead - We Can Run - 10/9/89

Recorded live at Hampton Coliseum in Hampton Virginia on 10/9/89

Grateful Dead: Bayfront Center 10/16/88 Set II part 2

Grateful Dead: Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL10/16/88 Set II

Grateful Dead: Hartford Civic Center 3/19/90 set I

Grateful Dead: Hartford Civic Center, Hartford CT 3/19/90 set 1

Grateful Dead: Knickerbocker Arena, Albany NY 3/24/90 set 1

Grateful Dead: Knickerbocker Arena, Albany NY 3/24/90 set 1

Grateful Dead: Hampton Coliseum 3/27/88 Set II

Grateful Dead: Hampton Coliseum, Hampton Roads Virginia 3/27/88 Set II

Monday, August 21, 2006

Eddie Vedder - Trouble

Harold & Maude is one of, if not my all time favorite movies. For me, it's a story that gives me hope and helps me to remember who I am, and that we all are on the same cosmic journey together.

Harold: "Maude, do you pray?"
Maude: Pray, no. I communicate."
Harold: "With God?"
Maude: "With life!"

Right now I am praying that...
I am praying that somehow, someway sanity prevails and we awake from this long nightmare.

That is what I pray for us all.

tip o the hat to MyDD

Is this wrong???

Jesus h Christ!

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

False flag?

You decide.

How convenient.

Pitch Black Void

"We must open our eyes to the reality of the Bush cabal. They are the real terrorist organization. They are the murderers and the criminals, the destroyers of life and the butchers of the Middle East. They are preparing us for perpetual war, for a future devoid of security or freedom or democracy. The war on terror will not end; our troops will be in Iraq for decades to come; wars against Iran and Syria have been planned. There will be many more 9/11’s to come, some real and some concocted, yet the next one will undoubtedly open the doors to a perpetual police state, altering dramatically our way of life, making George Orwell roll in his grave.

According to the cabal of terrorists, it is inevitable.
One more attack on our soil is all it will take for the bastion of democracy and freedom to turn into the cesspool of authoritarian rule. The cabal of terrorists is looking for an excuse, an opportunity. How many of us will die this time? How many of our children will be sent to the next war(s)? How many liberties will we have left? How many of our friends and neighbors will be made to disappear? Will we accept their rule, and continue fighting a charade, or will we finally put an end to this madness? Will we change our ways, or will we continue living like the sheep and lemmings we are being conditioned to become?" full post here

~Manuel Valenzuela

I have nothing to ad. I am usaully at a loss for words after I read one of his posts. This time is no different...

Wednesday, August 9, 2006

Goin' Home, Goin' Home...

by the waterside I will rest my bones
listen to the river sing sweet songs
to rock my soul.

Frost Amphitheatre '85 (I think)

Jerrry G. you are missed...

Sunday, August 6, 2006

Sunday Akita Blogging

My best boy Max, Herring Cove Beach, P-town.

I miss you...Kokoro in Ojai, 1998
Blizzard of '05
Outer Beach

Wednesday, August 2, 2006

Thought of the Day

"The true rule, in determining to embrace, or reject any thing, is not whether it have any evil in it; but whether it have more of evil, than of good. There are few things wholly evil, or wholly good. Almost every thing, especially of governmental policy, is an inseparable compound of the two; so that our best judgment of the preponderance between them is continually demanded."

~Abraham Lincoln~

Saturday, July 22, 2006

Be afraid... Be very afraid!

“No one wrecks my vacations,” Mr. Bush said with steely resolve. “Not on my watch.”

Batten down the hatches everyone~
The Shrub is going on vacation!

Friday, July 14, 2006

Homophobes, Bigots and Me: Round II

Thanks to all the blenders from Pam's House Blend that surfed on over to the wingnut from Christian Hill's blog. Some of your comments were amazing and incredibly thoughtful. I obviously am not as eloquent. I am a bit more visceral and passionate. I blame it on my Latin blood. One thing is for certain though, if their attempt to enshrine bigotry into the State constitution comes to pass, it is going to be a bumpy ride here in Massachusetts.

Already we have seen people confronting those who signed the petition to repeal Gay Marriage and it hasn't been pretty. I myself found a few of my distant cousins who signed the petition and it broke my heart.

But this is what these bigots want, they seem to thrive on conflict. If they don't have some group, someone to discriminate against, they are miserable and lost. They want to divide and conquer. They want to break up families and create rifts that will never heal.

It's funny, all you hear from the supporters of this amendment is "Let us vote, this is a democracy". Yet, when you voice your opinions and call these homophobes on their shit, they cry "Unfair, no name calling". "That's the way to sway us to your side". What side? The side that's tolerant and understanding of other peoples differences? Sway who? A bunch of homo-bigots whose minds where corrupted by hate and fear long ago? It's laughable that I am accused of "Not doing my cause any good". How many times do we get to hear these people call us evil, immoral, sick & perverted then turn around and say "it's ok, it's my religion"!? I am sick and tired of being "civil"while these assholes marginalize us and take away our civil rights and liberties.

These are the people I don't give a shit about swaying. These whack-jobs drank the wrong brand of Kool-aide long ago and their brains are sauced in it. I doubt if there is any turning back for these sheeple. These are the same people who blindly follow their dear fearless leader into what looks more and more like WW III because he is supposedly a good Christian...


Aren't real Christians supposed to be loving, tolerant and accepting?!! These people wrap themselves up in their 'Jesus blankets' and fall back on the ole "It's my religion" excuse to cloak their arrogance, hate and bigotry.

They are nothing but sniveling Cowards!

Thursday, July 13, 2006

The Bible-Bashing-Homo-Bigots are out in full force

At another Cape Cod Blog I read occasionally (gotta know who you are up against right?) there was a post and some commenting on the decision by the Massachusetts State Legislature to postpone the vote on Gay Marriage to November 9th. Now this of course has got the Bible-Bigots in a tizzy. One in particular has got her panties all bunched up in a wad and has accused me terrible, awful, unspeakable things!

She obviously has nothing better to do with herself than rail against Gay people and their families.
What always amazes me about these so called "Christians" is their uncanny ability to hate, then hate and then hate even more.

How incredibly "Christian" of you.

Here is a great post from Pam over at Pam's House Blend about the insane hypocrisy that seems to just ooze from these peoples pores.

I have said it before and I will say it many more times I am sure;

what sad, miserable lives these people must lead.

Wednesday, July 12, 2006


The Homo-Bigots of Massachusetts will have to wait now till November to try and get bigotry written into the State constitution.

But be assured: You. Will. LOSE.

You are nothing but pitiful, miserable people with nothing to do but hate.

What horrible sad existences you must lead.

Sunday, July 9, 2006

Friday, July 7, 2006

I Freakin' Knew IT!!!

found over at: GD Hour Log Blog

Negativity & Wingnuts, the Grateful Dead and Me

Recently I engaged in a commenting tussle at a blog I read and link to called Grateful Dead News. (Actually I might have started it...oopsy) The post that got me (and quite a few others) riled up was entitled: 'An Interview with Ann Coulter'. Now for me, just the mention of her name is enough to make smoke come out of my ears. And after reading this interview I lost it. I left a pretty negative and nasty comment about it at GDN (I deleted them so I would stop being the focus and because I didn't want to engage the AC supporters anymore. I am tired of people supporting people like her & their 'right' to hate speech!) and for this I am sorry. Not about her being a self-promoting, bigoted, xenophobic, nasty stanky-assed fishmongering whore (Oops I did it again) but that I did exactly what she wanted; I got as negative and nasty as her.

So as other people pointed out in the comments about her interview, at best she is a 'fan' of the Grateful Dead, not a 'Head' as we who still love and follow the boys on the their mystical journey call ourselves. What I think, is that she is just a wanna be fan who had friends in college who were into the Dead and she thought it was cool and wanted to be with the 'in' crowd so she slithered aboard the train. Are we supposed to believe a word she says in this interview in light of the current allegations concerning her journalistic credibility!?It should be obvious to anyone that actually reads her crap that she is a liar, an instigator, an attention whore and an now it appears an apparent plagiarist.

It amazes me how certain individuals apparently have pin pointed exactly what it means to be a Dead Head and because AC attended a few shows and can name a few songs that makes her one. Let me tell you what being a Dead Head means to me & the ways and affect that it has had on my life.

I was introduced to the Dead & their music when I was in 9th grade (1977) by a guy named Mike Moran who had just moved to the Cape from New York. Mike had a gaggle of older brothers and sister; hippies them all. At first it was mostly about bong hits & getting wasted. But then on may 14th, 1978 at the Providence Civic Center I saw my first show and something really wild and cool happened. I knew I was home. I know this might sound strange to the folks out there that never saw the Dead or who weren't into them, but home I was. I didn't know most of the songs at that point, but a few standouts for me were the rockin' 'Me & My Uncle/Big River' and an amazing 'Estimated Prophet/Eyes of the World'. And of course, one of the few songs I knew at the time, 'US Blues' to close. I remember the energy of the crowd; how everyone was laughing & smiling and dancing their asses off. I never had such a good time in my life before! Wel at least in my oh so short 15 years at the time/.

Thursday, July 6, 2006


This really goes right into the WTF? column.

I just watched my next door neighbor drive about 50 her mailbox...

across the street...

it's drizzling out...

We are doomed, doomed I say!!


First off...


A week and a half ago I got this email:

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This system has detected that your blog has characteristics that resemble spam. Since you're an actual person reading this, your blog is probably not a spam blog. Automated spam detection is inherently fuzzy, and we sincerly apologize for this erroneous result.

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The Blogger Team

Almost 2 weeks ago! and I am just able to post today...

They really are right on top of things!

Sunday, June 25, 2006


found over at All Facts and Opinions:

Friends Don't Let Friends Vote Republican

Found this on the Armchair Activist list (thanks, JN!) and just had to share. It's called "Things Republicans Believe" and can be found at other places on the 'Net. And it's a joke, we know there are GOPsters who don't fit these beliefs, OK? We kid because we are terrified and imperiled and generally pissed off.

Things you have to believe to be a Republican today:

* Jesus loves you, and shares your hatred of homosexuals and Hillary Clinton.

* Trade with Cuba is wrong because the country is Communist, but trade with China and Vietnam is vital to a spirit of international harmony.

* The United States should get out of the United Nations, but our highest national priority is enforcing U.N. resolutions against Iraq.

* A woman can't be trusted with decisions about her own body, but multinational corporations can make decisions affecting all humankind without regulation.

* The best way to improve military morale is to praise the troops in speeches, while slashing veterans' benefits and combat pay.

* If condoms are kept out of schools, adolescents won't have sex.

* A good way to fight terrorism is to belittle our longtime allies, then demand their cooperation and money.

* Providing health care to all Iraqis is sound policy, but providing health care to all Americans is socialism.

* HMOs and insurance companies have the best interests of the public at heart, as do oil companies.

* Global warming is junk science, but creationism should be taught in schools.

* A president lying about an extramarital affair is an impeachable offense, but a president lying to enlist support for a war in which thousands die is solid defense policy.

* Government should limit itself to the powers named in the Constitution, which include banning gay marriages and censoring the Internet.

* The public has a right to know about Hillary's cattle trades, but George Bush's driving record is none of our business.

* Being a drug addict is a moral failing and a crime, unless you're a conservative radio host. Then it's an illness and you need our prayers for your recovery.

* What Bill Clinton did in the 1960s is of vital national interest, but what Bush did in the '80s is irrelevant.

I don't necessarily believe that all Republicans think this way...
But since the 'religious right' hijacked the Republican Party, it seems the majority of them do.

Sunday, June 18, 2006

Is this for REAL??!!

This is freakin' me out!!
I don't know whether or not to be fascinated
or completely repulsed...

they're not real...
It's an art exhibit by a Canadian sculptor Adam Brandejs.

Had me going there for awhile.

found over at: Metafilter

Monday, June 5, 2006

Bible Bigots Get Their Photo Op

And the rest of us get screwed (and not in the good way).

How much more of this insane homophobic bigotry are we going to take?!

I for one am going to do everything possible to prevent these cretins from taking away my civil rights here in Massachusetts.

A bigot is a bigot no matter how tight you wrap yourself in your 'Jesus Blanket' or start spouting your arcane dogma!

Leave us alone!!
There is no agenda.
There are no plans to dominate the world.
We just want the same civil rights and liberties as the rest of America...
Well what's left of them anyway.

Saturday, May 27, 2006

WTF is wrong with Human Beings???!!!

"Bob Hudson says he has played in the Rose Bowl, jumped out of airplanes, scuba dived off Fiji and stalked bighorn sheep in the Rockies. But for all the excitement of his 67 years, there was one thrill he still craved: hunting polar bear in the high Canadian Arctic.

He sold his beloved Jaguar XKE on eBay for $26,000 to do it. After heavy wind and snow ruined his hunt in April, he took another $14,000 out of his retirement account for a return trip.

"Life is short," Mr. Hudson joked. "The last check you write should be to the undertaker, and it should bounce."

Mr. Hudson, a McDonald's franchise owner from Oxford, Miss., got his trophy: a nine-foot bear bagged with a single shot from 30 yards. But the future of the hunt is far less certain for those who may want to follow his tracks." link

So this is what he wants to do before he dies? Shoot a defenseless animal on the brink of extinction?!

Here's a real sport for you asshole: The bear & you, no guns, nothing. Yeah, you sure are big bad macho guy with that gun... no f***nuts, you're
a friggin' neanderthal retard...with a gun!

You cowardly

Man, I really wonder sometimes how the hell we have made it this far.

Friday, May 26, 2006

Desmond Dekker 1941-2006

One of my all time favorite Ska/Reggae tunes is The Israelites.

Didn't realize he was only 64...

Some great ole' rockin music that's fer sure.


Wednesday, May 24, 2006


"I have received information psychically, which is corroborated by scientific data, according to which on May 25, 2006 a giant tsunami will occur in the Atlantic Ocean, brought about by the impact of a comet fragment which will provoke the eruption of under-sea volcanoes. Waves up to 200 m high will reach coastlines located above and below the Tropic of Cancer. However, all of the countries bordering the Atlantic will be affected to greater or lesser destructive and deadly levels. This site is dedicated to life, to civic responsibility and to information. There is still time to save lives. Thanks for participating in the world-wide alert!" -- Eric Julien link

Fuck fuckity fuck fuck!

My last post...maybe?!

Oh well...

Better get my surfboard out....

"If the thunder don't get you then the lightening will."