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Something for "Earth Day" 2012 by Glimpses and Glances on Apr 21, 2012The late comic George Carlin has something to say to the so-called "environmentalists". Another point well made.



"The Christians gave Him Sunday, the Jews gave Him Saturday, and the Muslims gave Him Friday. God has..." by Mobile Manila on Apr 21, 2012“The Christians gave Him Sunday, the Jews gave Him Saturday, and the Muslims gave Him Friday....



The Very Essence of Eats A Date: A Message by George Carlin by Eats A Date! on Mar 23, 2012I'd like to share with you all something which I'm sure will make you think....... I've read this a long time ago and it is one of the driving forces behind this humble blog of ours. I'd like to dedicate this to my co-author Frank, to Badeth and...



3 Jobs that I Respect Because I Won't Have the Courage to Do Them by The Magical Tumbong on Jan 23, 20121. Comedian 2. Professional Wrestler 3. Porn Star...



Meet me on Monday by Nowhere Near Perfect on Dec 11, 2011Questions:1.  Tomorrow I'm going to _________?SCHOOL!I'm following up on my grades (or let's say I'm asking the professor to pass me!). I was supposed to finish last semester but then there seems to be a problem with a subject. My graduation (th...



Suicide in the Philippines by PoliTikalon: The Official Weblog of JR Lopez Gonzales on Nov 17, 2011Taking one's own life is reflected in illustrado times. Simoun, one of Rizal’s characters in El Filibusterismo committed suicide perhaps in order to escape being tortured by his enemies, or out of desperation and despondency. Earlier in the novel,...



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Suicide, Suicide, and More Suicides! by The Official Weblog of JR Lopez Gonzales on Dec 6, 2010Simoun, one of Rizal’s characters in El Filibusterismo committed suicide in order, perhaps, to escape being tortured by his enemies, or out of desperation and despondency. Earlier in the novel, Juli likewise committed suicide to escape the amorous...



Thoughts for the Day # 31 by Lambingin Bridge on Sep 23, 2010As George Carlin said: “Once I was sad because I had no shoes, until I met a man who had no feet. I took his shoes. Now I am happy again.” Filed under: road musings, satire...



The Paradox of Our Time by Mga Sulating Pilipino on Jun 2, 2010image taken from conversationagent.typepad.com/ THE PARADOX OF OUR TIME by Dr. Bob Moorehead not by George Carlin (click here) The paradox of our time in history is that we have taller buildings but shorter tempers; wider freeways, but narrower viewp...