Wednesday, December 31, 2008

New Year? More like Old Year.

Disclaimer: In this post I go on a rant over religion and human rights. If you are of weak mind and think religion is a good thing, you may want to skip this post, probably even this entire blog. I don't want anyone to be offended, except you crazies that believe in an all-powerful being that created us in seven days and now watches over our lives and tortures us. Long live the Spaghetti Monster!!

Farcus 12/31/08
Ok, so here's the thing: I am not a smoker and I think smoking is the dumbest thing anyone could do. Here's the other thing: I still think people that do smoke should be able to. Obviously I am in the minority here or maybe just the silent majority. Well, I'm not silent about it, smoking may not be a right guaranteed in the constitution, but it's not excluded either. Just because you thing that something is wrong and stupid doesn't mean you should be able to stop others from doing it. Take religion, I and a growing number of people, think that it is one of the dumbest things that humans have ever thought up. I'm not saying faith or spirituality are bad, they can be very good influences, but religion is as evil as anything humanity has ever conceived. It excludes those that don't believe in the same thing that you do, maybe even if they look different, or even if they practice their beliefs differently. You may ask for evidence of this, well it's called Northern Ireland. They have been killing each other there for a good long while now just because some of them are Catholic and some are Protestant. They're both Christian, but because they don't do things exactly the same they bomb each other's churches and kill each other in the street. So anyway, the point is this: just because some one is different or does things you don't like doesn't mean you can take away their humanity or the rights that go along with it.

All right, now that I'm done with my rant about religion or smoking or whatever it was, we can get back to humor or lack thereof.

Marmaduke 12/31/08
Hm, it's the 31st still right? Seems the Andersons have some trouble getting their holidays right. This should be tomorrow's comic, since Marmaduke is clearly hung over from whatever kind of alcohol a dog could get a hold of. Also, why isn't owner-man hung over? Usually even nerds get blitzed on New Year's Eve.

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