Saturday, June 23, 2018

rokkit syanse

When Trump calls someone "a dummy" on Twitter, he is speaking from experience.

Trump is the Don of Dumb!

He is a very very poor excuse for a bullsh*t performance artist.

Trump's followers are, by and large, the Slaves of Stupid!

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Trmup misspellings

Donald Trump is most known for his off-the-cuff messages on Twitter.

But his lack of intellect and sans a spelling checker on the social media platform, he has frequent misspellings. He’s neither bright nor reserved…

When the Donald's account tweets misspelled words, it corresponds with a spike in searches of the same words spelled incorrectly on the as noted by

When Trump tweeted: "I am honered to serve you, the great American People, as your 45th President of the United States," reported searches for the term "honered" went up 3,850% more than the previous week.

Additionally, Trump tweeted: "How low has President Obama gone to tapp my phones during the very sacred election process. This is Nixon/Watergate. Bad (or sick) guy!"

This led to people looking up the word "tapp" as if it has two "p's," with a 46,300% percent increase in the searches.

If Trump tweets it, it is 100% the gospel truth to his cult following!

His latest is not a tweet, but an executive order!

Trump is an IDIOT!

He may be a (self-serving) self-centered IDIOT, but he is an IDIOT just the same.

The science on this is very clear: Trump supporters are between 3,850 and 46,300 times as stupid as the average American!

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Jumping Jehoshaphat

In my previous posting, I mentioned how goofy and goofier met with goofiest for a prayer fest.

It is about manipulation.

I also mentioned that the "United Monarchy" had to do with Egypt and not Israel.

I also mentioned that Abraham's name (in the Akkadian language, using cuneiform script) is Hammurabi - backwards.

This time, it's Saint Buddha that I will mention.

BARLAAM AND JOSAPHAT [Barlaam and Josaphat], legend popular in medieval times. It corresponds in part to the legend of Buddha. Versions of the story have been found in nearly every language. At the birth of Josaphat (or Joasaph), the son of the Indian king Abenner, it was prophesied that the young prince was destined for greatness not as a royal leader but as a holy man. The king did all that was possible to stop the prophecy from coming true, but the prince, through the teachings of the monk Barlaam, was converted to religion (according to Western legend, Christianity). After the death of Abenner, Josaphat abdicated the throne and lived out the remainder of his days with Barlaam, as a religious recluse.

Scholars have known for over a century that "the Bible is a collection of regional folklore, borrowed without interest, and [through a number of revisions] masterfully crafted into a work of political propaganda."

The story was based on events in Siddhartha Gautama's life, better known as the Buddha. Jehoshaphat is the jump! [leap of faith]

The Cathiholic description is found HERE.

I also mentioned that SOME of the Psalms and Proverbs were borrowed from the Egyptians - as were the Ten Commandments.

Anochi is the Egyptian word for god. Akhenaten was the earliest Egyptian monotheist. In the bible he is called Moses.

The Midrash states: “I am — Anochi — the Lord your God,” as the opening words of the Ten Commandments.


Back to Saint Buddha... here, the goofies explain.

My favorite Buddhist story in the bible is the "Widow's Mite" episode.

The widow freed herself!

There is a way to free yourself from an extended stay in purgatory (Hades) called an indulgence.

The church sold them by the buss-load!

Some people will buy anything.

Oh, I know: "Church people are GOOD people."

And Trump can pardon himself.

Trump is the Pope of Presidents!

What would Jesus say (when he's not stripping and waxing a floor)?

What would Buddha say"

"It doesn't matter."

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Denuded of nuance

Denuded of nuance, it’s not just how smart Trump is (or isn’t) but his inability to pay attention or lack of interest in the matters at hand that you should watch.

There was a time, not long ago, that our President, politically weak, deeply insecure and challenged on all fronts looked for a boogeyman. He conveniently created one in the guise of Kim Jong-un and North Korea.

"Trump's limited vocabulary indicates a low intellect and a lack of education."

What are your thoughts on Donald Trump's “America First” foreign policy speech?
He lacks the nuance and sophistication that, say, an Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, or Obama displayed openly.

The words “lack of nuance” used in context of politics means the person lacks the ability to distinguish nuance (and thus make discerning judgments).

Aug 1, 2016 – Trump often lacks nuance in his statements. Sometimes he blurts out mistaken ideas (such as bombing the families of terrorists or the inference that Presbyterians are evangelicals) that he later must back away from or be corrected about.

Some say he is egotistical, bombastic, and brash, that he lacks nuance in his statements. He blurts out mistaken ideas (such as bombing the families of terrorists) that he later must abandon. He insults people. He is vindictive when people attack him. He is slow to disown and rebuke wrongful words and actions of fringe supporters. He has been married three times and openly says that he has been unfaithful in his marriages.

As a specific example, Trump appears unfamiliar with the nuances of Christianity.

Just two days before his inauguration, Trump greeted a pair of visitors at his office in Trump Tower.

The Rev. Patrick O'Connor, the senior pastor at the First Presbyterian Church in Queens, and the Rev. Scott Black Johnston, the senior pastor of Manhattan's Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, arrived.

I did very, "very well with evangelicals in the polls," Trump said.

They gently reminded Trump that neither of them was an evangelical.

"Well, what are you then?" Trump asked.

They carefully explained they were mainline Protestants, the same Christian tradition in which Trump, a self-described Presbyterian, was raised and claims membership.

Trump gave his autistic nod throughout (not paying attention), then asked: "But you're all Christians?"

Yes, we're all Christians.

Trump is unique among modern American presidents for his lack of religious orientation. He doesn't have a hometown church, and an examination of the congregations he had ties to found no evidence that Trump put down roots in any of them. Congregants at his childhood church in Queens say Trump might not be welcome there today. The midtown Manhattan church he attended later in life has denied that was ever a member there. [NOTE: Many Early American Presidents were often NOT Xtian!]

Monday, June 18, 2018

white house guest

Triple Crown-winning jockey and New Mexico native Mike Smith will NOT make a celebratory appearance at Trump’s white house.

When asked why, he said:

“If I wanted to see a horse’s ass, I would have finished second.”