Monday, October 10, 2011

Dash Your Brains Out On a Rock or Watch The Third Eagle of The Apocalypse

Which ever you find the more preferable.

This man is totally and unequivocally insane. What on earth is he jabbering on about?


Anonymous said...

Himself, could you, a resident from Babylon, please inform me when your island is moved out of her place. Living in the Dutch mountains we have to be prepared, we just cannot trust the scarlet beast from the other side. Besides, the way they do the statistics in the Netherlands, a much smaller country, is different.

By the way, did you know that the leopard is also the lion? And now we know just as much as our host does, absolutely nothing. Good night to you. Maren

Himself said...

I think I'm the lion, the leopard and the tiger all rolled into one. The mongrel of Babylon, that must be it.

I haven't the courage to watch it again, but I'm sure somewhere in that broadcast from Bedlam, there was a ''God told me'' moment.

What is they say? If you talk to God you're praying, if he talks to you, you're schizophrenic.

And the really scary thing are the comments he gets. Not the ones taking the piss, but those that are right there with him, up to their knees in the same batshit.

Anonymous said...

The comment section gives a one-sided impression. Our censorship host will delete any "f" words, however ...

@erichathy222 "I don't know what denomination you belong to, but if it does not baptize in the name of the FATHER, SON and HOLY SPIRIT (Mt. 28:19), that is not a valid baptism and I advise you to get out of that cult."

Anonymous said...

"You see Vader (Father) wearing nothing but his leopard-print underwear,"

"I think the answer (as always) is much more simplistic and can be summarized in 5 letters: L-I-G-H-T."

Absolutely true. M

Himself said...

To say we are so close, geographically, and culturally not a million miles apart, such a practice would be so alien to us Brits.

When I was relating my tale to you about that little village out in the sticks, I failed to mention that every house had its curtains open, but not only that, a night light left burning in the front room. (So everybody could look in!)

Totally alien.

Orf to the dentist shortly. I don't want to go mum, please don't make me go!!!!

Anonymous said...

Glad you survived the dentist.

A friend of mine went to the dentist recently. He commented that it must be tough spending all day with your hands in someone's mouth. He said: "I just think of it as having my hands in their wallet."

Now I have to prove I'm not a robot by typing two words instead of one. Kind regards M

Himself said...

Good morning Maren, the dentist was less radical than expected, thank you.

The password thing is a right royal pain in the bum I know, but what can I do?

I have no control over the amount of words, it has two settings, on or off.

I don't know if you saw my tweet, but I now have 'BT Care' supposedly going to sort my account out. It might need some sorting too, the overcharging could go back years. It will be like winning the Lotto if the pay up all that's owed.

I have a bit more broadband on the dongle I bought, I now have 3GB (£15) as opposed to 1GB (£15) with the dongle I borrowed temporarily.

More tea.