Thursday, July 2, 2015

Lightning show In Fresno

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Gay marriage parade participants spit on priest.

How do the ultra left gay crazies justify spitting on a priest ?
We already know many on the far Left hate religion and all its symbols, but this is too much.
So much for gay " tolerance ", which has been shown to be total bs, as there is NO tolerance in the " gay community " for opposing views.
Father Morris may be forgiving, but such acts are NOT worthy of forgiveness. There are too many of these types of events going on by the ever so intolerant left. - TGFP.

There were g-strings galore at Gay Pride celebrations across the fruited plain as scantily-clad celebrants took to the streets to herald the Supreme Court’s decision to redefine marriage.  
Supporters of LGBTQI and A marriages waved rainbow-colored flags from San Francisco to New York City.
Unfortunately – the festivities in the Big Apple turned ugly.
Instead of responding with anger Father Jonathan responded with grace.ather Jonathan Morris – was walking near Broadway — wearing his cleric’s collar – when he stumbled up the Gay Pride Parade.
Father Jonathan, who is also a Fox News contributor, tweeted what happened:
“Two men walked by and spat on me,” he wrote.
They spit on a priest!
What kind of a person hurls their sputum at a priest? What kind of a human being does that?
But instead of responding with anger Father Jonathan responded with grace.
“The two men who spat on me are probably very good man (sic) caught up in excitement and past resentment,” he wrote. “Most in that parade would not do that.”
He dismissed their act of ugliness as simply being caught up in the moment.
“Oh well, I deserve worse,” he wrote.
In a way it’s a modern-day parable – those who preach tolerance are the least tolerant of all.
But Father Jonathan demonstrated that he not only preaches tolerance – he practices it.
A lesson for us all.

Monday, June 29, 2015

Supreme Court rules against EPA and O'buma's anti coal regulations.

Nice to see O'buma get defeated in court for a change.
If only they had done this on gay marriage and O'bumacare, but that would have been too much to expect. - TGFP.

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Cows have sex during live tv news segment.

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Guess they were in the moo-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-d.
Some cattle got down to barnyard boinking during a live news segment on dairy farms by Oklahoma City's Fox 25 reporter Mitch English.
English didn't let the tee-hee moment pass, quipping, "Hey, we gotta make cattle, we gotta make some beef!"

He later took to Twitter for more bovine nooky jokes:

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Giant penis sprays people in safe sex campaign stunt. Video.

What was meant to be a fun safe sex campaign to spread information about STDs has been branded "banal and idiotic"


People are outraged after a student launched a controversial ad campaign by dressing up as a giant penis.

Philip van Eck was hired by a charity who works with sex education in the city of Sandefjord, Norway, to promote the use of condoms.
The 19-year-old student's bizarre stunt including sneaking up on people and spraying them with golden confetti.
The tagline “Tiss kan overraske” means either "Penis" or "urine" "can surprise you".

People over 30 were offended by the outrageous campaign, despite younger consumers finding it amusing.
Philip, who got the job because he is 6ft 4in and fitted the suit perfectly said: "I thought it was hilarious. If I can do a good thing for others, just by being a d***, there is nothing better.
"The filming was not unproblematic, as passers-by wanted selfies with the giant penis.
"Suddenly, lots of people wanted to touch the penis and take pictures with the penis. I almost felt harassed."

The campaign for sex education charity RFSU was launched after statistics revealed that almost 23,000 Norwegians contract chlamydia every year.
Yet despite the high STD infection rate Norwegians use fewer condoms than lovers in Sweden, Denmark and Finland.
Pernille Berg of the Involve! advertising agency, who produced a video for the campaign, said: "Sex should be fun, exciting and a little naughty. We wanted the campaign to reflect that.
"The campaign mostly found favour, and people understood the humour in our message, although many, especially those over 30, thought the campaign was pointless and some went so far as to brand it banal and idiotic."