Well, He Could Always Blog!

Share on facebook
Facebook 0
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn 0
Share on reddit
Reddit 0
Share on delicious
Delicious
Share on digg
Digg
Share on stumbleupon
StumbleUpon 0
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp
Share on email
Email
Share on print
Print

From the only reliable source of news on the net, the Onion.  Being in favor of freedom to express opinions that you hate is easy.  Being in favor of the free expression of babble that you find deeply annoying, aye, there is the rub!

As an example, how many of you have been on the receiving end of this type of endless monologue recently?

Voltaire observed in a letter of February 6, 1770:  “Monsieur l’abbé, I detest what you write, but I would give my life to make it possible for you to continue to write.” I rather doubt that he meant that, as Voltaire was a physical coward as well as being a congenital liar.  However, I think we can all agree that freedom of speech even for the most annoying and boring is a good thing, so long as we can avoid being within ear shot of them!

More to explorer

Lawrence Charles McClarey: In Memoriam

  Lawrence Charles McClarey Birth:  September 5, 1991 (Feast day of Saint Lawrence Justinian) Death:  May 19, 2013 (Pentecost) [38] For I

Saint of the Day Quote: Blessed Peter Wright

Gentlemen, this is a short passage to eternity; my time is now short, and I have not much to speak. I was

Unicorn Sighting

A pro-life Democrat who is the real deal: Nearly three decades ago, when Democratic Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards’ wife was 20

4 Comments

  1. I wonder how often judges actually wish they could beat lawyers/plaintiffs/defendants to death with their gavels?

  2. Perhaps after attending a re-education camp and taking a class in sensitivity training, he could be permitted a sentence a day, carefully monitored of course.

  3. Mr. Collins, probably more often than we would like to believe.

    But then, I am sure the sentiment is reciprocated.

  4. “I rather doubt that he meant that, as Voltaire was a physical coward as well as being a congenital liar”

    You shouldn’t hold back Don of what you really think.

    IMHO, he’s also a detestable human being because of the thousands of priests and nuns he killed through his writings of “enlightened” thought.

    A Freemason as well as an anti-Catholic & anti-Semite, he refused to recant Satan on his deathbed.

    What a life.

Comments are closed.