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Omen of the Week

The end of the world seems to be taking it easy this week. I was having trouble figuring out what this week’s Sign of the Coming Apocalypse was going to be. Then it hit me: Newt Gingrich. This guy is still in the race to be the Republican nominee for president of the United States. A guy who called Spanish “the language of the ghetto,” wants to repeal child labor laws to toughen up those slacker poor kids, and is afraid that the U.S. will become “a secular atheist country dominated by radical Islamists.” The fact that a man who thinks Islam and atheism are the same thing is still a contender for the highest post in the land is surely the latest sign of the coming apocalypse.

Either that or it was me accidentally spewing orange Gatorade all over my cat and my laptop this morning.

Politics I

There’s two things you don’t talk about: one’s politics and the other one’s religion. I’ve certainly violated the latter, so why not violate the former?

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