Sunday, October 20, 2013

Reintroducing the Sex Pest

These days, you can't pick up a newspaper, or log onto the Internet, without reading about molester this, abuse that, blah blah blah.  That's why we at the BRG are reintroducing the humble sex pest; that bastion of American culture in the days before the sexual revolution made man-haters of women like me.

Take, for example, this page from the June 1959 issue of Girl Watcher magazine:

"A yummy nicknack attracts your attention in a restaurant, you haul her off home for a trial run as one of your collector's pieces."

Forget, that's a real man for you *sigh*

This is why I am founding the Sex Pest Association of Maryland.  So, if you would like to sign up for SPAM, post your e-mail address in the comments section.  I'll make sure you receive daily updates in your inbox.

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Introducing Albion the Grey

Albion the Grey of The Wizards Brotherhood of the Amherst Grove pledging his alliegence (sic) to King Arthur and asking him for his protection for both the Grove and for the Brotherhood on their pending quest:

What a knob jockey.

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Introducing Pagan Easter

Your Choice

Today the pagans of Easter celebrate with an atmosphere of giving and happiness, a renewal of life.

Good Friday and the Christian Easter, on the other hand, represents a time of suffering, their minds filled with the horror of a tortured man dying on lumber and then magicaly rising into heaven like superman for the selfish purpose of getting you into heaven, as long as you flatter God with your own insignificance and suffering.  If you don't accept their beliefs, well, sorry, you go to Hell, a place of eternal torment.

The pagan Easter celebrates happiness and life.  The Christian Easter consecrates suffering and death.

The pagan Easter celebrates a birthday (renewal).  The Christian Easter solemnizes an execution (death).

Pagans give.  Christians take.

Pagans prepare for life.  Christians prepare for an alleged afterlife.

Pagans don't require faith or belief to celebrate life.  Christians, however, require belief in their deicidal mythology.

Which of these practices do you think has the best chance to promote the most good will?


Sunday, July 8, 2012

Introducing Introducing Your Food

The BlueGirls® demonstrate how it's done:

Scott, what's your problem?!  Lift your bloody plate up and smile, you douche!

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Reluctantly Introducing Scott Berg

(Related to hell-of-a-guy Jasper Berg, no relation to the New York hipster of the same name.)