Speaking of faeries, who doesn’t love mermaids?
While grocery shopping the other day, something caught my eye upon walking down one of the aisles.
This has to be the most enchanting voice I have ever heard:
People of the Northern lands, to think about the thousands of years your ancestors fought, struggled and toiled to build a civilization in extremely harsh conditions; that you now allow your women to be raped and are frittering away your unique cultural heritage (infected by the pretentious idealism of the political correctness multicult) to hordes of invading immigrants who have their own best interests and do not respect your ways…
The Valkyrja are not pleased. When I reflect on this, I literally weep.
Gotta love it!
Factoid: Segways were banned in Norway until July 1st, 2014.
(we wouldn’t want a viking scraping his knee, now would we?)
Photo credits: http://imgur.com/gallery/95mrZB9
If we are on a date,
and you will not try even one delicious bite of bacon
(non-GMO, locally raised of course)
it just isn’t going to work.
You know, pH / chemistry, that kind of stuff.
No Bacon = No Love Makin’ + Heart Breakin’.
But we can still be friends…
Sorry, that’s the way it is.
Guys have their dignity and boundaries too.
Once upon a time, it was possible to look at a rainbow and appreciate the magical artistry of Mother Nature. Perhaps a whimsical idea about a pot of gold at the end or the science of refracted light would come to mind. Or maybe the mind would become still, immersed in the beauty of the moment.
“This hat is too small.”
“This hat is too big.”
“And this hat is just wrong.”
“All of these hats stink, and so do the blood-stained, backwards beliefs they hang on,” said Goldilocks.
And she is correct.
I will take a pride of lions over a pack of opportunistic, ugly, shrieking hyenas all day, any day. Stealing a kill by outnumbering with a mob = dishonorable:
(Feel free to ignore the interstitial commentary, but notice how the female lions take down a full grown wildebeest in the first clip. Then, compare that to the hyenas targeting a baby zebra in the next clip and targeting a baby rhino in the next video. When the male lion shows up it is not about stealing food, it is about taking care of business by eliminating the matriarch. In the final clip, the female and male work together to destroy the enemy.)
And, if by instincts only, sometimes a lion might help out another species facing unfair circumstances: Continue reading Bring in the Lions