Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Happy Holidays

Usually Blog Simple does not dive too deeply into the newspaper underworld, staying pretty much in NYT and WaPo country. Sometimes, however, an article has enough unique views and such a distinctive approach as to elicit comment, even when its from the Lexington Herald-Leader.
There, Jenean Mcbrearty has an OpEd, Hippies still trying to ruin the country, that has penetrated to the heart of the danger our country is in. I should know, because I, Dick Durata, was once a hippie, or at least something that Jenean might term a hippie, long hair, check, beard, check, smoke pot, check. And as Jenean points out, once a hippie, always a hippie.
But, you ask, "Dick, were you and are you trying to ruin the country?" The short answer is, of course, yes!
You, definitely in a questioning mood, ask again, "But how?"
Well, read the article, it explains all, but it not only explains all, it contains the first reference I've ever seen outside the inner circle of Hippie Headspace to our dominant spiritual belief, our religion if you will, though we don't like that term.
Their BAWL (Buddha-Allah-Wicca-Lenin) is better than some old Judeo-Christian God.
How did Jenean penetrate into this inner secret, that is now exposed to you and the readers of the Lexington Herald-Leader?
There remains only one secret we have left then, so we can continue to dominate the cultural horizons, to banish the Judeo-Christian God to the netherworld of inanity, and to get a good laugh during this season of good cheer. Oh yeah, and to ruin America!
Our special holiday runs from December 25 though January 1, then we who follow BAWL celebrate our rites, indoctrinate our children, and make mockery of you others. As a final slap in the face, we've named this holiday, "Holidays". Bill O'Reilly must have had some glimmer of the awful truth when he started his "Just Say Merry Christmas" campaign, but it's far too late now. Everywhere the call rings out "Happy Holidays", BWAHAHAHA!
(h/t The Spencerian)


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