Wednesday, May 1, 2013

GOP Resorted to Cannibalism in Jamestown Colony – 1607

Liz and Dick Joyfully Celebrate 400th Anniversary of Jamestown Virginia  -  2007
(Yes, they are Smiling - White People, ya know.)

From the people in America that brought us 250 years of black slavery – cannibalism to balance the books and survive silly and ridiculous rules and Gubmint regulations. lol

That’s one possible version of an event that took place sometime during the winter of 1609-1610 in Jamestown. What’s not in doubt is that some members of that desperate colony resorted to cannibalism in order to survive.

That cannibalism occurred during the colony’s “starving time” was never actually in much doubt. At least a half-dozen accounts, by people who lived through the period or spoke to colonists who did, describe occasional acts of cannibalism that winter. They include reports of corpses being exhumed and eaten; a husband killing his wife and salting her flesh (for which he was executed); and the mysterious disappearance of foraging colonists.

(“If cannibalism helps us control spending, so be it. Goddess Ayn Rand would approve.” -- Paul Ryan)


New Pope’s New Ways Getting on Some Cardinals’ Nerves

"Acting Chairman" - RCC INC.

Another Vatican insider who wished not to be identified went even further: ‘The Holy Roman Church has a long tradition of sickening excess and sociopathic power-brokering. We have toppled whole kingdoms on a single Pontiff’s whim. Anything that stood in our way we crushed under our heel. Il Papahas got this glorious heritage and basically he’s pissing it up a wall. Ungrateful, or what?’

The Head of the Worldwide Catholic Church – or ‘Acting Chairperson’ as His Holiness has taken to calling himself – was unavailable for comment at time of going to press. He was said to be ‘lending a hand with an ecumenical Meals on Wheels service. Or something equally crap.’

CumbayĆ” ?


Alfred B. Mullett – Architect – New York Second Empire Post Office / Federal Court House

I have always been fascinated by the fact that the long demolished former NYC main U.S. Post Office was such a massive building and once stood in such a tiny corner, small area, of what is now New York City Hall Park, Broadway and Park Place.